Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby art0hur0moh » Sun Aug 21, 2016 12:47 am

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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby Cherry de Voured » Sun Aug 21, 2016 1:07 am

I enjoyed a bit of Destiny's Child (Bebut - Survivor), but never been much of fan of Beyoncé's' solo stuff, apart from 'Work It Out'.

'Work It Out' and this...



As I said, not a fan of Beyoncé - but this song... Can''t get enough!!
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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby calitom » Mon Aug 22, 2016 5:31 pm

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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby Stooo » Mon Aug 22, 2016 7:22 pm

So long Toots :bawlin:

Toots Thielemans, one of the only musicians to have a successful career as a jazz harmonica player, died on Monday in Brussels. He was 94 and lived in La Hulpe, a Brussels suburb.

The death was confirmed by Mr. Thielemans’s agency, which did not specify a cause. Mr. Thielemans, who retired in 2014 for health reasons, had been hospitalized recently with a broken arm.

That Mr. Thielemans played jazz on the harmonica was unusual enough. Even more unusual was how he first gained international attention: by playing guitar and whistling in unison.

He introduced this approach in 1961 on his recording of the wistful but jaunty jazz waltz “Bluesette,” which he wrote.

The record became an international hit, and the song was his signature. It also became a jazz standard, recorded by numerous instrumentalists, among them Chet Atkins, Tito Puente and Mr. Thielemans himself, who went on to record it several more times. It was also recorded, with lyrics by Norman Gimbel, by Sarah Vaughan and other singers.

But his distinctive sound on the chromatic harmonica was Mr. Thielemans’s primary claim to fame and, especially, to fortune.

Although his name was well known in the jazz world — he performed with greats like Ella Fitzgerald, Benny Goodman and Charlie Parker — it was relatively unknown to the general public; his playing, on the other hand, was virtually ubiquitous.

It can be heard on the soundtracks of movies like “Midnight Cowboy” and “The Getaway.” It was featured in television commercials and on records by, among many others, Ms. Fitzgerald, Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Dizzy Gillespie and Quincy Jones, who once called Mr. Thielemans “one of the greatest musicians of our time.” For more than four decades, it has been heard in the opening theme music of “Sesame Street.”


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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby Lady Murasaki » Tue Aug 23, 2016 7:21 am

Wow,,loved what he did on that midnight cowboy theme. RIP.

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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby calitom » Tue Aug 23, 2016 4:59 pm

Stooo wrote:So long Toots :bawlin:

Toots Thielemans, one of the only musicians to have a successful career as a jazz harmonica player, died on Monday in Brussels. He was 94 and lived in La Hulpe, a Brussels suburb.

The death was confirmed by Mr. Thielemans’s agency, which did not specify a cause. Mr. Thielemans, who retired in 2014 for health reasons, had been hospitalized recently with a broken arm.

That Mr. Thielemans played jazz on the harmonica was unusual enough. Even more unusual was how he first gained international attention: by playing guitar and whistling in unison.

He introduced this approach in 1961 on his recording of the wistful but jaunty jazz waltz “Bluesette,” which he wrote.

The record became an international hit, and the song was his signature. It also became a jazz standard, recorded by numerous instrumentalists, among them Chet Atkins, Tito Puente and Mr. Thielemans himself, who went on to record it several more times. It was also recorded, with lyrics by Norman Gimbel, by Sarah Vaughan and other singers.

But his distinctive sound on the chromatic harmonica was Mr. Thielemans’s primary claim to fame and, especially, to fortune.

Although his name was well known in the jazz world — he performed with greats like Ella Fitzgerald, Benny Goodman and Charlie Parker — it was relatively unknown to the general public; his playing, on the other hand, was virtually ubiquitous.

It can be heard on the soundtracks of movies like “Midnight Cowboy” and “The Getaway.” It was featured in television commercials and on records by, among many others, Ms. Fitzgerald, Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Dizzy Gillespie and Quincy Jones, who once called Mr. Thielemans “one of the greatest musicians of our time.” For more than four decades, it has been heard in the opening theme music of “Sesame Street.”


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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby wutang » Wed Aug 24, 2016 9:46 pm

RIP Toots

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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby Stooo » Wed Aug 24, 2016 10:17 pm

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I'm liking this, my favourite version :thumbsup:
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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby Vicky » Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:34 am



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Re: Dogs Arms Jukebox Part XVI

Postby Stooo » Thu Aug 25, 2016 8:41 pm

I've known a few from Beltane over the years, sound dancers, drinkers and singers :more beer:

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