Crosby, Stills & Nash Woodstock

Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Woodstock / Helpless at Discogs. Complete your Crosby ... David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash formed a loose group in 1968 after the demise of their former bands. After their first album was released in May 1969 (simply called Crosby, Stills& Nash) Neil Young joined them, too. Though the quartet was incredibly successful, the musicians rather paid attention to their individual solo careers. Luckily the formation of CSN&Y made it to Woodstock ... Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young is a folk-rock supergroup formed when Crosby, Stills & Nash (Stephen Stills of Buffalo Springfield, David Crosby from the Byrds, and Graham Nash from the Hollies) asked Neil Young, also of Buffalo Springfield to join them in 1969 and form 'Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young'.Commonly referred to by their initials CSNY, the band is primarily known for their four-part ... Crosby, Stills & Nash is a pioneering folk/rock supergroup formed by David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash - refugees from three 1960s bands: The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and The Hollies.The band is primarily known for their three-part vocal harmonies. They are strongly associated with the 1969 Woodstock Festival. Get the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Setlist of the concert at Max Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, NY, USA on August 17, 1969 and other Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Setlists for free on setlist.fm! Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 'Woodstock': Well I came upon a child of God, he was walking along the road And I asked him tell me where are you... Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young's performance at Woodstock was only their second show together. Before forming the band, Crosby had been a member of The Byrds, Nash was with The Hollies, Stills and Young were members of Buffalo Springfield. Neil Young played with the group for only part of the set. The self-titled Crosby, Stills & Nash album was an instant hit, and the Woodstock audience knew their music well. In order to promote the album, the band was going to need to tour, but this was initially difficult given the fact that Stephen Stills had played most of the instruments on their debut album apart from the drums, which were played ... Woodstock Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Produced by Neil Young, David Crosby, Graham Nash & 1 more. Album Déjà Vu. Woodstock Lyrics. Well, I came upon a child of God He was walking along the road Get the Crosby, Stills & Nash Setlist of the concert at Winston Farm, Saugerties, NY, USA on August 13, 1994 and other Crosby, Stills & Nash Setlists for free on setlist.fm!

Fantasy Music Drafts - An Explanation...

2020.09.27 17:46 MusicDrafts Fantasy Music Drafts - An Explanation...

I figured that I'd share something with this group that my friends and I started in late 2016...
We are all big sports fans, and naturally we like fantasy sports. Our group is also REALLY into music. Real junkies.
I, myself, always used to take my iTunes library and work to pare down "greatest hits" albums for each of my favorite artists. What would an album look like? Single/Double Album? How many songs should be included? What was the order? Catalog sequential or more topical?
One night, two of us were having a beer watching a game and we started arguing about Smashing Pumpkins songs and which ones were the best. And it got us thinking...
As everyone knows, the best part of the fantasy season is the draft. You get the chance to craft your team with the best players available. You feel like a real GM.
That's when I had the stupid idea to "draft" 10 songs each and see who's was better.
We shared the two lists and they voted on which was better, and slowly this morphed into us starting a FANTASY MUSIC DRAFT LEAGUE.
Yes, we are a bunch of junkies and losers.
But...
We also follow through with an idea.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Here's the basic logistics of how this works...
We have 5 guys in the league, and we started a group chat on our iPhones.
For season 1, I created a group of 10 bands to draft (subsequent "seasons" we would have a "band" pre-draft...)
We create a random draft order using a fantasy draft randomizer online, then we have a 10-round snake draft picking songs along the way.
We then have a short drop/add time to round out our 10 songs, then work to reorder those songs to make the 10-song playlist.
We create the playlist on Spotify and then share with the rest of the group. All of the picks and playlists are saved on shared Google Docs file to keep us organized.
Then, we each score the playlists with two criteria: "Draft Performance & Song Quality" and "Playlist Construction & Theme Quality". (By the way, this is the inherent flaw in our league, as music is incredibly subjective. We've refined the scoring system several times, still not sold on our methodology...)
The scores from the individual weeks add up over the course of the season and we declare a winner.
We are now in the middle of season 8. To date, we've done 87 official drafts, and probably another 10 side drafts. As you could imagine, our wives think this is the dumbest thing ever, but we persist...
Here are the bands that we have done thus far...
SEASON 1 Week 1 - Radiohead Week 2 - Incubus Week 3 - Coldplay Week 4 - Pearl Jam Week 5 - Pink Floyd Week 6 - Kings of Leon Week 7 - Red Hot Chili Peppers Week 8 - Led Zeppelin Week 9 - Smashing Pumpkins Week 10 - Beatles - Double Album
SEASON 2 Week 1 - Bob Marley Week 2 - G-Funk Era Week 3 - Dispatch Week 4 - Billy Joel Week 5 - Outkast Week 6 - Michael Jackson Week 7 - U2 Week 8 - Motown's Greatest Week 9 - The Who Week 10 - Dave Matthews Band - Double Album
SEASON 3 Week 1 - Eagles Week 2 - Jack Johnson Week 3 - Rush Week 4 - 2004 Week 5 - Allman Brothers Band Week 6 - Seattle Scene Week 7 - Death Cab For Cutie Week 8 - Eminem Week 9 - Weezer Week 10 - 1982 Week 11 - The Police Week 12 - Hair Metal Week 13 - 2017 Austin City Limits - Double Album
SEASON 4 Week 1 - War On Drugs/Kurt Vile Week 2 - Rolling Stones Week 3 - Black Crowes Week 4 - 1986 Week 5 - Tribe/Q-Tip/Busta Week 6 - Kanye West Week 7 - Beck Week 8 - Everything Jack White Week 9 - Tom Petty Week 10 - 1994 Week 11 - Elton John Week 12 - Rage Medley Week 13 - 2011 Mountain Jam Festival - Double Album
SEASON 5 Week 1 - Boy Bands Week 2 - Ben Harper Week 3 - Green Day Week 4 - 1981 Week 5 - My Morning Jacket Week 6 - Tame Impala/Mac Demarco/MGMT Week 7 - The Roots Week 8 - WuTang Clan Week 9 - Blink-182 Week 10 - 1998 Week 11 - Stevie Wonder Week 12 - Lil Wayne Week 13 - Woodstock Festivals - Double Album
SEASON 6 Week 1 - Beach/Chill Summer Medley Week 2 - John Mayer Week 3 - 311 Week 4 - 1974 Week 5 - Bob Seger Week 6 - Nas Week 7 - Beach House Week 8 - Chon/Ronald Jenkees/Tauk Week 9 - Kendrick Lamar Week 10 - 2005 Week 11 - Genesis Medley Week 12 - Grateful Dead Week 13 - 2004 NOLA Jazz Festival - Double Album
SEASON 7 Week 1 - Phish Week 2 - Death Cab Re-Draft Week 3 - Hieroglyphics/Bay Area Week 4 - Jimmy Buffett Week 5 - 1978 Week 6 - Black Star Week 7 - Toro y Moi Week 8 - Queen Week 9 - Fiona Apple Week 10 - 2000 Week 11 - Brooks and Dunn/Alan Jackson/Travis Tritt/George Strait Week 12 - Steve Miller Band Week 13 - Logic
SEASON 8 - Current Season Week 1 - Chuck Berry/Little Richard Week 2 - Frank Sinatra Week 3 - 1971 Week 4 - Aerosmith Week 5 - Prince Week 6 - Foreigner Week 7 - 1996 Week 8 - Credence Clearwater Revival Week 9 - Miles Davis Week 10 - Foo Fighters Week 11 - 2003 Week 12 - Pavement Week 13 - The Whigs Week 14 - Unknown Mortal Orchestra Week 15 - 1967 Week 16 - Anything Crosby, Stills, Nash, or Young Week 17 - Chromeo Week 18 - Bone Thugs N Harmony Week 19 - 2007 Week 20 - Erykah Badu/Jill Scott Week 21 - Undetermined Festival - Double Album
I'd like to start sharing the results of the already completed drafts somewhere here in the community. Maybe post them week by week, with links to the Spotify lists, and let the group at large vote on the playlists.
Wanted to get feedback from this group to see how to best make that happen.
Thought you'd appreciate the music nerd-dom...
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2020.09.27 17:43 MusicDrafts Fantasy Music Drafts - An Explanation...

I figured that I'd share something with this group that my friends and I started in late 2016...
We are all big sports fans, and naturally we like fantasy sports. Our group is also REALLY into music. Real junkies.
I, myself, always used to take my iTunes library and work to pare down "greatest hits" albums for each of my favorite artists. What would an album look like? Single/Double Album? How many songs should be included? What was the order? Catalog sequential or more topical?
One night, two of us were having a beer watching a game and we started arguing about Smashing Pumpkins songs and which ones were the best. And it got us thinking...
As everyone knows, the best part of the fantasy season is the draft. You get the chance to craft your team with the best players available. You feel like a real GM.
That's when I had the stupid idea to "draft" 10 songs each and see who's was better.
We shared the two lists and they voted on which was better, and slowly this morphed into us starting a FANTASY MUSIC DRAFT LEAGUE.
Yes, we are a bunch of junkies and losers.
But...
We also follow through with an idea.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Here's the basic logistics of how this works...
We have 5 guys in the league, and we started a group chat on our iPhones.
For season 1, I created a group of 10 bands to draft (subsequent "seasons" we would have a "band" pre-draft...)
We create a random draft order using a fantasy draft randomizer online, then we have a 10-round snake draft picking songs along the way.
We then have a short drop/add time to round out our 10 songs, then work to reorder those songs to make the 10-song playlist.
We create the playlist on Spotify and then share with the rest of the group. All of the picks and playlists are saved on shared Google Docs file to keep us organized.
Then, we each score the playlists with two criteria: "Draft Performance & Song Quality" and "Playlist Construction & Theme Quality". (By the way, this is the inherent flaw in our league, as music is incredibly subjective. We've refined the scoring system several times, still not sold on our methodology...)
The scores from the individual weeks add up over the course of the season and we declare a winner.
We are now in the middle of season 8. To date, we've done 87 official drafts, and probably another 10 side drafts. As you could imagine, our wives think this is the dumbest thing ever, but we persist...
Here are the bands that we have done thus far...
SEASON 1 Week 1 - Radiohead Week 2 - Incubus Week 3 - Coldplay Week 4 - Pearl Jam Week 5 - Pink Floyd Week 6 - Kings of Leon Week 7 - Red Hot Chili Peppers Week 8 - Led Zeppelin Week 9 - Smashing Pumpkins Week 10 - Beatles - Double Album
SEASON 2 Week 1 - Bob Marley Week 2 - G-Funk Era Week 3 - Dispatch Week 4 - Billy Joel Week 5 - Outkast Week 6 - Michael Jackson Week 7 - U2 Week 8 - Motown's Greatest Week 9 - The Who Week 10 - Dave Matthews Band - Double Album
SEASON 3 Week 1 - Eagles Week 2 - Jack Johnson Week 3 - Rush Week 4 - 2004 Week 5 - Allman Brothers Band Week 6 - Seattle Scene Week 7 - Death Cab For Cutie Week 8 - Eminem Week 9 - Weezer Week 10 - 1982 Week 11 - The Police Week 12 - Hair Metal Week 13 - 2017 Austin City Limits - Double Album
SEASON 4 Week 1 - War On Drugs/Kurt Vile Week 2 - Rolling Stones Week 3 - Black Crowes Week 4 - 1986 Week 5 - Tribe/Q-Tip/Busta Week 6 - Kanye West Week 7 - Beck Week 8 - Everything Jack White Week 9 - Tom Petty Week 10 - 1994 Week 11 - Elton John Week 12 - Rage Medley Week 13 - 2011 Mountain Jam Festival - Double Album
SEASON 5 Week 1 - Boy Bands Week 2 - Ben Harper Week 3 - Green Day Week 4 - 1981 Week 5 - My Morning Jacket Week 6 - Tame Impala/Mac Demarco/MGMT Week 7 - The Roots Week 8 - WuTang Clan Week 9 - Blink-182 Week 10 - 1998 Week 11 - Stevie Wonder Week 12 - Lil Wayne Week 13 - Woodstock Festivals - Double Album
SEASON 6 Week 1 - Beach/Chill Summer Medley Week 2 - John Mayer Week 3 - 311 Week 4 - 1974 Week 5 - Bob Seger Week 6 - Nas Week 7 - Beach House Week 8 - Chon/Ronald Jenkees/Tauk Week 9 - Kendrick Lamar Week 10 - 2005 Week 11 - Genesis Medley Week 12 - Grateful Dead Week 13 - 2004 NOLA Jazz Festival - Double Album
SEASON 7 Week 1 - Phish Week 2 - Death Cab Re-Draft Week 3 - Hieroglyphics/Bay Area Week 4 - Jimmy Buffett Week 5 - 1978 Week 6 - Black Star Week 7 - Toro y Moi Week 8 - Queen Week 9 - Fiona Apple Week 10 - 2000 Week 11 - Brooks and Dunn/Alan Jackson/Travis Tritt/George Strait Week 12 - Steve Miller Band Week 13 - Logic
SEASON 8 - Current Season Week 1 - Chuck Berry/Little Richard Week 2 - Frank Sinatra Week 3 - 1971 Week 4 - Aerosmith Week 5 - Prince Week 6 - Foreigner Week 7 - 1996 Week 8 - Credence Clearwater Revival Week 9 - Miles Davis Week 10 - Foo Fighters Week 11 - 2003 Week 12 - Pavement Week 13 - The Whigs Week 14 - Unknown Mortal Orchestra Week 15 - 1967 Week 16 - Anything Crosby, Stills, Nash, or Young Week 17 - Chromeo Week 18 - Bone Thugs N Harmony Week 19 - 2007 Week 20 - Erykah Badu/Jill Scott Week 21 - Undetermined Festival - Double Album
I'd like to start sharing the results of the already completed drafts somewhere here in the community. Maybe post them week by week, with links to the Spotify lists, and let the group at large vote on the playlists.
Wanted to get feedback from this group to see how to best make that happen.
Thought you'd appreciate the music nerd-dom...
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2020.09.25 23:35 MusicDrafts Fantasy Music Drafts... An Explanation

I figured that I'd share something with this group that my friends and I started in late 2016...
We are all big sports fans, and naturally we like fantasy sports. Our group is also REALLY into music. Real junkies.
I, myself, always used to take my iTunes library and work to pare down "greatest hits" albums for each of my favorite artists. What would an album look like? Single/Double Album? How many songs should be included? What was the order? Catalog sequential or more topical?
One night, two of us were having a beer watching a game and we started arguing about Smashing Pumpkins songs and which ones were the best. And it got us thinking...
As everyone knows, the best part of the fantasy season is the draft. You get the chance to craft your team with the best players available. You feel like a real GM.
That's when I had the stupid idea to "draft" 10 songs each and see who's was better.
We shared the two lists and they voted on which was better, and slowly this morphed into us starting a FANTASY MUSIC DRAFT LEAGUE.
Yes, we are a bunch of junkies and losers.
But...
We also follow through with an idea.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Here's the basic logistics of how this works...
We have 5 guys in the league, and we started a group chat on our iPhones.
For season 1, I created a group of 10 bands to draft (subsequent "seasons" we would have a "band" pre-draft...)
We create a random draft order using a fantasy draft randomizer online, then we have a 10-round snake draft picking songs along the way.
We then have a short drop/add time to round out our 10 songs, then work to reorder those songs to make the 10-song playlist.
We create the playlist on Spotify and then share with the rest of the group. All of the picks and playlists are saved on shared Google Docs file to keep us organized.
Then, we each score the playlists with two criteria: "Draft Performance & Song Quality" and "Playlist Construction & Theme Quality". (By the way, this is the inherent flaw in our league, as music is incredibly subjective. We've refined the scoring system several times, still not sold on our methodology...)
The scores from the individual weeks add up over the course of the season and we declare a winner.
We are now in the middle of season 8. To date, we've done 87 official drafts, and probably another 10 side drafts. As you could imagine, our wives think this is the dumbest thing ever, but we persist...
Here are the bands that we have done thus far...
SEASON 1 Week 1 - Radiohead Week 2 - Incubus Week 3 - Coldplay Week 4 - Pearl Jam Week 5 - Pink Floyd Week 6 - Kings of Leon Week 7 - Red Hot Chili Peppers Week 8 - Led Zeppelin Week 9 - Smashing Pumpkins Week 10 - Beatles - Double Album
SEASON 2 Week 1 - Bob Marley Week 2 - G-Funk Era Week 3 - Dispatch Week 4 - Billy Joel Week 5 - Outkast Week 6 - Michael Jackson Week 7 - U2 Week 8 - Motown's Greatest Week 9 - The Who Week 10 - Dave Matthews Band - Double Album
SEASON 3 Week 1 - Eagles Week 2 - Jack Johnson Week 3 - Rush Week 4 - 2004 Week 5 - Allman Brothers Band Week 6 - Seattle Scene Week 7 - Death Cab For Cutie Week 8 - Eminem Week 9 - Weezer Week 10 - 1982 Week 11 - The Police Week 12 - Hair Metal Week 13 - 2017 Austin City Limits - Double Album
SEASON 4 Week 1 - War On Drugs/Kurt Vile Week 2 - Rolling Stones Week 3 - Black Crowes Week 4 - 1986 Week 5 - Tribe/Q-Tip/Busta Week 6 - Kanye West Week 7 - Beck Week 8 - Everything Jack White Week 9 - Tom Petty Week 10 - 1994 Week 11 - Elton John Week 12 - Rage Medley Week 13 - 2011 Mountain Jam Festival - Double Album
SEASON 5 Week 1 - Boy Bands Week 2 - Ben Harper Week 3 - Green Day Week 4 - 1981 Week 5 - My Morning Jacket Week 6 - Tame Impala/Mac Demarco/MGMT Week 7 - The Roots Week 8 - WuTang Clan Week 9 - Blink-182 Week 10 - 1998 Week 11 - Stevie Wonder Week 12 - Lil Wayne Week 13 - Woodstock Festivals - Double Album
SEASON 6 Week 1 - Beach/Chill Summer Medley Week 2 - John Mayer Week 3 - 311 Week 4 - 1974 Week 5 - Bob Seger Week 6 - Nas Week 7 - Beach House Week 8 - Chon/Ronald Jenkees/Tauk Week 9 - Kendrick Lamar Week 10 - 2005 Week 11 - Genesis Medley Week 12 - Grateful Dead Week 13 - 2004 NOLA Jazz Festival - Double Album
SEASON 7 Week 1 - Phish Week 2 - Death Cab Re-Draft Week 3 - Hieroglyphics/Bay Area Week 4 - Jimmy Buffett Week 5 - 1978 Week 6 - Black Star Week 7 - Toro y Moi Week 8 - Queen Week 9 - Fiona Apple Week 10 - 2000 Week 11 - Brooks and Dunn/Alan Jackson/Travis Tritt/George Strait Week 12 - Steve Miller Band Week 13 - Logic
SEASON 8 - Current Season Week 1 - Chuck Berry/Little Richard Week 2 - Frank Sinatra Week 3 - 1971 Week 4 - Aerosmith Week 5 - Prince Week 6 - Foreigner Week 7 - 1996 Week 8 - Credence Clearwater Revival Week 9 - Miles Davis Week 10 - Foo Fighters Week 11 - 2003 Week 12 - Pavement Week 13 - The Whigs Week 14 - Unknown Mortal Orchestra Week 15 - 1967 Week 16 - Anything Crosby, Stills, Nash, or Young Week 17 - Chromeo Week 18 - Bone Thugs N Harmony Week 19 - 2007 Week 20 - Erykah Badu/Jill Scott Week 21 - Undetermined Festival - Double Album
I'd like to start sharing the results of the already completed drafts somewhere here in the community. Maybe post them week by week, with links to the Spotify lists, and let the group at large vote on the playlists.
Wanted to get feedback from this group to see how to best make that happen.
Thought you'd appreciate the music nerd-dom...
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2020.08.26 03:46 Keyboardtyper57 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Woodstock [Classic Rock]

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2020.07.18 07:31 Kheparis Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" and the Faustian Bargain


Fifty years ago, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young released "Woodstock" as the first single from their "Deja Vu" album. In North America, it was by far the best known version of the song, reaching #11 on the "Billboard Hot 100", and #3 in Canada. Their radio hit was a fairly upbeat, driving hard-rock interpretation. But the original tune, written by Joni Mitchell, and recorded as the B side to her "Big Yellow Taxi" single, has, to me, an entirely different tone and feeling. I think it is a beautiful expression of what analyst Naomi Lewinsky says -- that "We are haunted by Faustian guilt . . . ." (See below for links to Lewinsky, etc).
As "Big Yellow Taxi," and many other Mitchell songs over the years have shown, she was certainly capable of writing happy-sounding, upbeat tunes herself. But the lyrics of "Big Yellow Taxi" were, in large part, a warning against environmental destruction. To my ears, Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" is a dirge -- a lament for how far the 'dream' of the (1969) Woodstock festival's "peace and love" sensibility was from reality. And this is despite the fact that even members of CSNY say that Mitchell's version was the best in terms of capturing the essential feeling of the Woodstock festival. I suspect that what people 'really', perhaps unconsciously, mean by this is that behind the "song and celebration" of the festival there was an unconscious yearning for reality to be closer to the 'dream' of the "Aquarian" event, which was, after all, only 3 summer days.
The last of the song's three verses ends with the dream:
And I dreamed I saw the bombers Riding shotgun in the sky Turning into butterflies Above our nation.
The Vietnam War was still raging at this point, and the ongoing Cold War with the Soviet Union kept the possibility of nuclear annihilation somewhere in the back of the world's collective consciousness. Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, published only seven years earlier, had shown the disastrous effects of pesticides. The A side of Mitchell's single release, "Big Yellow Taxi", had these lines:
Hey, farmer, farmer Put away the DDT now Give me spots on my apples But leave me the birds and the bees Please Don't it always seem to go That you don't know what you've got' Til it's gone They paved paradise Put up a parking lot
After the last verse of "Woodstock", Mitchell adds an extra two lines to the last iteration of the chorus to end the song's lyrics:
We are stardust (Billion-year old carbon) We are golden (Caught in the Devil's bargain) And we've got to get ourselves Back to the Garden
As effective as this is, Joni doesn't stop there. She continues with a final, wordless lament in improvisational style.
In an online abstract to "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Faust as Jung's Myth and Our Own", Naomi Ruth Lewinsky has this to say about "the Devil's bargain."
We are Faust. We have made a bargain with the devil for enormous power over the earth. We have committed crimes against nature and humanity for the sake of more land, more energy, more destructive capacity. We have murdered that loving old couple, Baucis and Philemon, who hosted the god in his disguise as a homeless wanderer. We are haunted by Faustian guilt about melting glaciers, rising seas, the fate of the salmon.
Jung, whose psychology can be described as an amplification of Goethe's Faust, saw it as his ethical task to take on Faust's guilt. He placed an inscription over the gate of his home at Bollingen that read: Philemonis Sacrum—Fausti Poenitentia (Shrine of Philemon—Repentance of Faust). This resonates over the years and speaks to our current ethical dilemmas.

Lewinsky's abstract:
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00332920902880663?journalCode=upyp20

Joni Mitchell, singing "Woodstock" live
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRjQCvfcXn0

"Woodstock", by Joni Mitchell
I came upon a child of God He was walking along the road And I asked him, tell me, where are you going? This he told me: I'm going on down to Yasgur's farm I'm going to join in a rock 'n' roll band I'm going to camp out on the land I'm going to try an' get my soul free.
We are stardust We are golden And we've got to get ourselves Back to the garden
Then can I walk beside you I have come here to lose the smog And I feel to be a cog in something turning Well maybe it is just the time of year Or maybe it's the time of man And I don't know who l am But you know life is for learning
We are stardust We are golden And we've got to get ourselves Back to the garden
By the time we got to Woodstock We were half a million strong And everywhere there was a song and a celebration And I dreamed I saw the bombers Riding shotgun in the sky They were turning into butterflies Above our nation
We are stardust Billion year old carbon We are golden Caught in the devil's bargain And we've got to get ourselves Back to the garden
Source: LyricFindSongwriters: Joni MitchellWoodstock lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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2020.07.10 21:36 JeffersonAirplne Crosby, Stills & Nash - Blackbird (Live at Woodstock)

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2020.06.02 18:44 ssendor Tom Morello's #AvengeFloyd

click here for a youtube.com link to the song "#AvengeFloyd aka Minneapolis": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-cyISiIzsQ
The great Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine, The Night Watchmen, The E Street Band, and more put out a contest of sorts the other day. He posted on his social media a request for songs, poems, jams, etc. with the title "#AvengeFloyd" to be uploaded to a link he set up. Morello said he would play the best one(s) on his Sirius/XM radio show.
I'm not a songwriter. But I jotted down some thoughts and lines. I kept jotting until- before I knew it- I had several verses. So I decided to put it to chords and record it. I'm not much of a singer either. And, quite honestly, I'm not the one to be singing these words anyway because I'm white. I actually had Morello's voice in my head as I created the song.
Unfortunately, I think I missed the deadline. I only saw the social media post a couple of hours prior to that. I don't think I uploaded the file in time.
Last month was the 50th anniversary of the shootings at Kent State... when the National Guard opened fire on college students protesting Nixon and the escalation of the war in Vietnam.
The National Guardsmen shot nine people, four of whom died. College kids. Teenagers. Three of the nine kids shot were hit in the back, which means they were shot while trying to run away.
Look how far we've come. The thing is, the teenagers and 20-somethings from 50 years ago- the ones who got shot, the ones who bought Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's "Ohio"... the ones who went to Woodstock, read "The Pentagon Papers", etc., etc... well, those kids are now in charge.
They're in power- whether in government (national, state, local) or industry. They might be the most disappointing generation in the history of the world. Certainly in this country's history. Those people don't need an education or to read a history book. THEY WERE THERE. All they need to do is remember.
The United States is a powder keg right now. Apart from a few isolated incidents of a police chief or a sheriff joining in with protests, or some social media comments, I've yet to see anyone make a significant statement or gesture that might cool things off. Certainly not our president. Instead, certain people are putting a lit match to it.
It's going to blow. Maybe this week. Maybe in November. But it's coming. Unless something is done to stop it. Good luck to us all.
Where is the art? Where is the music. Springsteen? Dylan? Young? McCartney? They were there and they're here. What about the younger artists? John Mayer? Drake? Lady Gaga? Hell- even Taylor Swift? Can't they voice their frustrations in a song that unites, rather than a 142 character tweet?
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2020.05.15 21:04 autobuzzfeedbot 17 Bizarre Woodstock Facts You'll Find Interesting, Even If You're Not A Baby Boomer

  1. The New York State Thruway was jammed for 50 miles, so festival-goers eventually left their cars on the highway and hitchhiked to the festival.
  2. Because other musicians were late, Richie Havens ended up performing first at Woodstock. Every time he tried ending his set, they pushed him back onstage, which is why his setlist was over two hours long.
  3. During his unplanned setlist, Havens completely improvised the now legendary song "Freedom" because he ran out of music to perform.
  4. The cute hippie couple from the iconic album cover is still together 50 years later.
  5. Carlos Santana was so high on LSD during his performance, he thought his guitar neck was a snake.
  6. Over 400,000 hippies attended the festival at Max Yasgur's farm in August 1969.
  7. When Woodstock ran out of food to serve, Bethel residents donated sandwiches, eggs, olives, and anything else they had in their fridges and pantries. Because of the chaotic traffic jam, the food was flown in by helicopters.
  8. There were allegedly a few babies born during the festival.
  9. Woodstock Ventures hired a hippie commune, named the Hog Farm, to be their peaceful security instead of actual police officers. They called themselves a "Please Force" instead of a "Police Force."
  10. There were only 600 toilets available on the grounds for the 400,000+ attendees.
  11. Tickets were originally sold for $18 in advance and $24 at the site. But as the crowd started getting bigger and bigger, concert-goers broke down the fences and the festival eventually became a free event.
  12. On Sunday when it started to rain, the guitarist from Country Joe & the Fish led a "No rain!" chant, and everyone joined in because they believed it'd make the rain go away.
  13. Joni Mitchell was originally supposed to perform, but at the last minute her manager told her not to go because she was scheduled to appear on The Dick Cavett Show the next day. She wrote the hippie anthem, "Woodstock," just by watching the news.
  14. The festival wasn't actually held in the town of Woodstock — it was held in Bethel, New York.
  15. There's over 36 hours of music recorded from the festival, and most of it wasn't released until the 50th anniversary in 2019.
  16. Neil Young performed at Woodstock as part of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, but refused to be filmed for the movie.
  17. And most folks left the festival early because of the rain, so only half of the attendees actually witnessed Jimi Hendrix's iconic "Star Spangled Banner" performance on Monday morning.
Link to article
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2020.05.08 05:37 iron_gil Crosby, Still, Nash & Young - Woodstock

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2020.04.24 11:50 autobuzzfeedbot 25 Music Facts I Find Unbelievably Interesting, Even Though I'm Not A Baby Boomer

  1. Paul McCartney said the melody for The Beatles' "Yesterday" came to him in a dream.
  2. "Respect" by Aretha Franklin is actually a cover — it was originally written and recorded by Otis Redding.
  3. Speaking of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin was the first woman inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.
  4. Tina Turner was the one who taught Mick Jagger how to dance when she toured with The Rolling Stones in the '60s.
  5. In her will, Janis Joplin left $2,500 for her friends to throw a party in her honor instead of a traditional funeral.
  6. Popular Motown artists like The Supremes and The Marvelettes were required to attend a charm school to learn proper etiquette and posture.
  7. In the '70s, David Bowie's diet was mainly just milk, red peppers, and cocaine.
  8. Jimi Hendrix learned how to play "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" only three days after The Beatles released it, and performed it at a show with Paul McCartney and George Harrison in the audience.
  9. Carole King's legendary album, Tapestry, spent 318 weeks on the Billboard 200 Charts — the longest time for a female artist.
  10. Motown founder Berry Gordy didn't want Marvin Gaye to release "What's Going On" because he thought it was too political. Gaye went on a recording strike until Gordy approved, and once he did, it became Motown's fastest-selling song at the time.
  11. John Lennon didn't give Yoko Ono songwriting credit for "Imagine," even though he pulled the majority of the lyrics from her book of poetry, Grapefruit, published in 1964.
  12. Sonny and Cher's original stage name was Caesar and Cleo.
  13. Because other musicians were late, Richie Havens ended up performing first at the Woodstock festival. Every time he tried ending his set, they pushed him back on stage, which is why his setlist was over two hours long.
  14. Carly Simon wrote her hit song, "Anticipation," while waiting for Cat Stevens (now Yusuf Islam) to come over to her apartment for a date.
  15. Chuck Berry successfully sued The Beach Boys for stealing the melody to his 1958 song, "Sweet Little Sixteen" for their 1963 hit, "Surfin' U.S.A."
  16. After Barbra Streisand appeared on The Judy Garland Show in 1963, Garland would visit Streisand's apartment in New York City to give her career advice, saying things like: "Don't let them do to you what they did to me."
  17. Before every concert performance, Stevie Nicks listens to one of her favorite Joni Mitchell songs, "Blonde in the Bleachers."
  18. Chaka Khan's real name is Yvette Marie Stevens.
  19. Smokey Robinson was the songwriter behind major hits for other artists in the '60s, like "My Girl" by The Temptations and "My Guy" by Mary Wells.
  20. Crosby, Stills & Nash formed their group at an impromptu jam session at Cass Elliot's house in Laurel Canyon.
  21. Big Mama Thornton originally released "Hound Dog" in 1953, three years before Elvis Presley made it a hit in 1956.
  22. Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand went to the same high school together in Brooklyn.
  23. Whitney Houston and Dionne Warwick are first cousins.
  24. The first musical guests on Saturday Night Live were Janis Ian and Billy Preston.
  25. And Dolly Parton wrote "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You" in the SAME DAY.
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2020.04.17 04:34 psyspoop /r/psychedelic "Best of" Compilation February 2020

Here is the “best of” compilation of songs from this sub for February 2020 along with YouTube, Spotify, and Google Play playlists below. Fell a little behind and will probably post the March one within a few days as well. Albums were allowed to make the list, but I didn’t add them to the Spotify/Google Play playlists. I decided to stretch the number this month to 27 because of a higher number of albums (but really because I wanted to include the Altin Gun song).
Rank Artist Song Link
1 Tame Impala Half Full Glass of Wine Link
2 The Beatles I Want You (She’s So Heavy) Link
3 Tame Impala The Slow Rush (Full Album) Link
4 Tame Impala Apocalypse Dreams Link
5 The Mars Volta Concertina (post Tremulant) Link
6 Heroin The Velvet Underground Link
7 Tame Impala Mind Mischief Link
8 Mdou Moctar Tarhatazed (Live) Link
9 Levitation Room Minds of Our Own (EP) Link
10 Funkadelic Maggot Brain (Full Album) Link
11 Black Moth Super Rainbow Forever Heavy Link
12 The Claypool Lennon Delirium Blood and Rockets:Movement I, Saga of Jack Parsons – Movement II, Too the Moon Link
13 Tame Impala Remember Me Link
14 Pond Elvis’ Flaming Star Link
15 The Claypool Lennon Delirium Cricket and The Genie – Movement I, The Delirium Link
16 Kikagaku Moyo Gypsy Davey Link
17 Post Animal Forward Motion Godyssey (Full Album) Link
18 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Woodstock Link
19 Melody’s Echo Chamber Bon Voyage (Full Album) Link
20 Kikagaku Moyo Nazo Nazo Link
21 King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard You Can Be Your Silhouetta Link
22 Frankie and the Witch Fingers Work Link
23 Donovan Sunshine Superman Link
24 The Babe Rainbow Survival Into the 21st Century Link
25 King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard 30 Past 7 Link
26 The Black Angels Currency Link
27 Altin Gün Gelin Halayi Link
Tame Impala yet again dominates the /psychedelicrock charts. King Gizzard has a smaller presence than usual. A lot of familiar faces here, but a couple excellent faces new to me in Altin Gun and Mdou Moctar. If you haven’t heard them before, give a few of their albums or live performances a chance, really great stuff.
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2020.03.27 15:00 JackalAbacus Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Woodstock [Folk Rock]

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2020.03.15 18:53 MusicSole Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Woodstock [Rock] (1970)

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2020.02.11 17:13 LoveThyNumber The Enneagram and Becoming

I hope this is ok to share here. I was asked to write this for a group of people doing a course on 'The Enneagram and Becoming'.

The Enneagram is more than a personality test! So much more! It is a map for our journey of
personal growth, our evolution in consciousness, our becoming.
In 1969, Woodstock rocked the world with an idea of going back to a place of perfection which
permeated the minds of that generation. It was reflected in the words of the song entitled
“Woodstock,” sung by Crosby, Stills, and Nash, and written by Joni Mitchell. The words profess:

We are stardust; We are golden,
We are billion year old carbon!
And we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden.!

It seems we’ve been influenced by musicians and theologians alike, saying there’s a need to go
back . . . to return to a time of what we have been taught was perfection . . . to go back to the
metaphorical Garden of Eden. Much of religion refers to it as the “time before the fall of man.”
But can we return to The Garden? Is this the misconception of perfection? Would we really want
to return to a time of unconsciousness (before man’s eyes were opened)? Perfection doesn’t
mean we hope to someday be without flaw. Perfection means to be whole or complete. The
whole of who we are is everything we were, everything we are, and everything we will be. We
are perfect now and we continue to evolve in our awareness of that.
The strength of a beautiful tool like the Enneagram is that it helps us to open our eyes to see
our own perfection and shows us a path toward more consciousness of it. Going back is going
against the course of nature itself.!
In the Biblical narrative, the apostle, Paul, wrote in I Corinthians 13, “When I was a child, I talked
like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind
me.” Paul doesn’t condemn who he was when he was a child. He acknowledges it had a place
in his evolutionary growth. Likewise, we should not belittle the way we processed thought,
reacted to fear, or defended our instinctual self when we were less conscious. We are the only
species who has been given the gifts of complex reasoning and introspection, which leads to
better understanding. The Enneagram gives us a map for our unique life’s journey, helping us to
understand our personalities and our instinctive drives, and eyes to see where we might have
been blind to certain aspects of both.
Re-thinking the fall of man to be the rise of consciousness, moves us forward, to the continual
unfolding of life as we learn to love ourselves in all phases of development, anticipating all we
are called to become.
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2020.02.05 21:29 RedEyedTilliDie2 Woodstock - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (1970)

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2020.01.15 14:49 rccrisp The Canadian Indie Rock Canon #66 and #67: Neil Young – After The Gold Rush / Harvest

The Canadian Indie Rock Canon #66 and #67: Neil Young – After The Gold Rush / Harvest
After The Gold Rush
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If any singular artists has been called out the most of me not covering yet it’s by far Neil Young and admittedly my own stance on him maybe the reason why I didn’t want to get to him so quickly. First off I’m not a huge Neil Young or at the very least lacking in the fanatic devotion I have most of the earlier canon entries. Second for young, college age, white music nerds which I feel make up the majority of this sub Neil Young feels like a no brainers. He’s part of the hallowed rite of passage to “Patricianhood,” the stepping stone between your early forays into The Beatles, Bob Dylan and Pet Sounds but just before you start getting into your Can obsession phase. Much like Joni Mitchell the general population seem to often know “the hits” of Neil Young but diving into his albums seems to at least from my experience the exercise of people who want to become a music savvy individual. In short if you haven’t gone through and listened to Neil Young’s albums you’re probably going to start very soon, you don’t need me to push you along.
By that same token though it’d be foolish, especially now with me broadening the definition of “indie” for this series and introducing legacy artists, to not include Neil Young. Every word in this series title (“Canadian” music, “Indie” music, “Rock” music) has his influence so heavy on them that continuing to not feature young might be grounds to call me out on having some weird axe to grind. Contemporary Canadian Rock music, of the indie and non indie variety, owes itself greatly to Neil Young. He’s a song writer with few peers who can match him save for probably fellow Canadian Joni Mitchell, he’s a unique voice that transcends his folk roots and the number of genres that owe themselves to Young’s at the time forward thinking music is vast. I remember so many articles in the 90’s calling Young “The God Father of Grunge,” just shows how far reaching his music has become since they were first released.
Neil Young was born on November 12, 1945 in Toronto, Ontario. His father Scott Alexander Young was a journalist and sports writer who also wrote fiction. His mother Edna Blow Ragland “Rassy” Young was a Canadian but had American and French ancestry. The two met and married in Winnipeg and had their first son there, Robert “Bob” Young, before moving to the small town of Omemee, Ontario. In 1951 Young contracted Polio during the last outbreak of the disease in Ontario, which was the same epidemic that would eventually infect fellow musician Joni Mitchell with the same disease. Young bounced around his living situation between Winnipeg and Ontario, even spending time briefly in Florida after he was recovered from polio.
At the age of twelve Young parents divorced after a number of extramarital affairs his father was engaged in had his mother ask for a divorce. Young moved with his mother back to Winnipeg while his older brother stayed in Toronto with his father. It was during this time that Young began to take an interest in music. He idolized Elvis Presley and would mention him in a number of songs he would eventually write. Young’s taste in music varied wildly, ranging from Rock (Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry), Rockabilly (Link Wray) , Doo Wop groups (The Chantels) and Country (Johnny Cash.) Neil’s early forays into teaching himself music were on a plastic ukulele and as in his own words went onto “a better ukulele to a banjo ukulele to a baritone ukulele – everything but a guitar.”
While settling in Winnipeg with his mother Young would attend Earl Grey Junior High School where he would form his first bands, working in mostly instrumental rock bands to start. The first band he formed was with Ken Koblun under the name The Jades. Koblun along with others would form Young's first stable band The Squires who had a local hit called “The Sultan.” The Squires began to tour Manitoba and Northern Ontario even recording a series of demos in what is now Thunder Bay. Here while playing a show at the Flamingo he would meet life long friend Stephen Stills who was playing the same venue with his band The Company. Eventually after the disbanding of The Squires Young and officially dropping out of school to pursue a music career Young started to tour as a solo act, becoming a figure in the Winnipeg folk scene where he would meet Joni Mitchell. It was during this time Young would pen one of his classic, “Sugar Mountain,” a heart wrenching song about lost youth (and the inspiration for Joni Mitchell to write a response to it in “The Circle Game.”) During this time Young also penned “Flying on the Ground Is Wrong” which ended up being a minor hit for The Guess Who in Canada.
In 1965 Young began to tour Canada by himself and in 1966 he found himself in Toronto where he would join the Rick James-fronted band Mynah Birds. The band had secured a record deal with Motown records but due to James being arrested for being AWOL from the Naval Reserves the band disbanded without a single official release. Young along with bass player Bruce Palmer pawned the band’s equipment and bought a Pontiac Hearse which they used to relocate to Los Angeles. A chance meeting with Stephen Stills in LA traffic on Sunset Boulevard and along with other formed the catalyst that would be the beginning of the band Buffalo Springfield. The band mashed classic rock, folk, country and psychedelia which proved to be a huge success. The Stills helmed hit “For What It’s Worth” became an iconic song of the 60’s, fleshed out by the dual guitar work of Stills and Young. However in spite of early success tensions in the group grew, initially from mistrust with their management and became worse after the arrest and deportation of Palmer. Buffalo Springfield would continue to release albums under their contractual obligations but the sessions separated the band mates, his album contributions being mostly solo tracks. By 1968 Buffalo Springfield had disbanded.
After the breakup of Buffalo Springfield Young signed his first solo record deal with Reprise Records home of friend Joni Mitchell whom he shared a manager with now as well. The album Neil Young performed commercially but was a critical mixed bag with Young himself a huge critic of it years later. Young would find more artistic success with his sophomore effort after he recruited three musicians from a band called The Rockets. With Danny Whitten on guitar, Billy Talbot on bass and Ralph Molina on drums the three were dubbed Crazy Horse. Recorded in two weeks Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere proved to be the first high water mark of Young illustrious career. With album billed as “Neil Young with Crazy Horse” the collaborative energy and genuine that made Young such a hot commodity early on was present and the album is chock full of Young classic such as “Cinnamon Girl” and “Down By The River.”
Shortly after the release of Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Stephen Still offered Young a chance to join his new band the legendary Crosby, Still & Nash. The original offer was to be a sideman on the group but Young only agreed if he’d be an equal member. Rechristened Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young the band debuted to huge success but tensions particularly between Still and Young both vying for more control over the group would flare up. During their historic set at Woodstock Young famously sat out during the acoustic set and during the electric set threatened camera men with his guitar if they kept filming him. Internal turmoil aside this period of the group was seen as a fertile one creatively capped off with the Young penned song “Ohio” written shortly after the Kent State massacre. The song was quickly released as a single even though Crosby, Still, Nash and Young had another song “Teach Your Children” still on the charts.
Flush from a newfound popularity Young entered the studio in mid 1970 to begin work on his third solo album. Initially recording sessions started with Crazy Horse as his backing band at Sunset Sound Studio in Los Angeles but many of these tracks didn’t make the cut save for “I Believe In You” and “Oh, Lonesome Me.” Young would switch sessions to a makeshift basement studio in his home in Topanga Canyon along with Crosby, Still, Nash and Young Bassist Greg Reeves. Much of the sessions would have a number of Young’s friends act as collaborators though Crazy Horse drummer Ralph Molina and eighteen year old prodigy Nils Logfren on piano rounded out the regulars. Inspired by an unmade movie script of which Young asked to do the soundtrack for After The Gold Rush is to many the seminal Neil Young album and would be the first step to his eventual success as a solo artist.
The film, whose script has been lost to time, was said to be an end-of-the-world tale which feels to align with much of what Young writes about on After The Gold Rush. Drug addiction, failed relationships and the destruction of the planet, the seeming genesis of the topic that Young would cover the next few decades, appear on this album with fully thought out lyrics and fleshed out compositions. Despite the fact that up until this point Young had cut his teeth on country, folk and rock Gold Rush shows a strangely deft turn to pop. On one of the albums singles “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” (a song Graham Nash claims Young wrote to help him ease the pain of his recent break up with Joni Mitchell) Young displays his chops of writing a melody that is both infectious and melancholy at the same time. The absolutely incredible title track “After The Gold Rush” almost seems like an a front to the work Young had done on Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere*.* Minimalist in presentation the song contains little more than simple piano chords and a pop of horns and Young near falsetto. And yet this is all that’s needed to dig deep into your soul. Young sings about Mother Nature on the run in the 70’s and lying in burned out basement. Despite the inherent sweetness that would befit baroque era Beatles Young finds the time to describe the only hope we have left is to escape this world itself in the third verse.
However what could be called “classic” Young is still very much on this album. If nothing else of his talents Young pens a classic rock song like no one else, the sort of grimy and raw reflection of the genres past influences and spun into something that is distinctly Neil Young. “When You Dance I Can Really Love” drips with the left over haze of the free love era, a pounding but deliberate slice of fist clenching rock music that doesn’t have much to say lyrically but it know it doesn’t need to. Every chunky chord, the twinkle of piano in the background, it exists to build a groove and feeling that calls back to the days when people really thought rock would bring down society. Even though Young is embarrassed by the admittedly heavy handed lyrics the lightning rod of controversy “Southern Man” is one of the hardest tracks on the album, pumping along as Young indicts the wealth of white southerners built on the back of black slaves. Featuring a hypnotic and lengthy guitar breakdowns and a syncopated piano part the pushes the song forward “Southern Man” sonically is Young in rarefied form.
Towards the end of 1970 Young began to tour as a solo act again. Originally he played a mixture of his own solo works along with the hits from his time in Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. During his time on tours Crosby, Still, Nash and Young would officially split up while Crazy Horse would sign a record deal of their own. It was then that Young began to rabidly write music on tour, the later half of it consisting more of these new songs that Young himself said he couldn’t contain. It was during this tour that his legendary two nights at Massey Hall in Toronto were recorded, intended for release but wouldn’t see the light of day some 40 years later as part of the official Neil Young archives. Towards the end of the tour Young made an appearance on The Johnny Cash Show where he performed “The Needle and the Damage Done” a somber acoustic song about the pains of heroin addiction, written for and inspired by Crazy Horse member Danny Whiitten who would succumbing to his drug addiction later in life. While in Nashville Young was invited by the owner of the Quadrafonic Sound Studio Elliot Mazer to record there. The impromptu recording session featured a number of Country session musicians Young dubbed The Stray Gators. The impromptu session also brought Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor who were also taping episodes of the Johnny Cash Show. Young however never released the acoustic recording as its elements of it along with other sessions with the London Phil Harmonic when Young was waiting to perform on the BBC plus electric recording done at Young’s barn formed the basis of his biggest album Harvest.
In a lot of ways it’s easy to understand why Harvest resonated so deeply with people so easily. Young’s smart and somber lyrics seem to be an easy fit with the country tinged rock and roll that dominates the album. Songs like “Harvest” have a sleepy easiness, but it betrays a deeper complexity that results in an album that is one of Young’s best sounding. Meanwhile that infectious spontaneous energy crackles over the jaunty “Are You Ready For The Country?” that bounces and jumps along. Meanwhile those same elements are also turned towards the darker side of Young’s music, paticularly on his massive hit (and only number one song) “Heart of Gold” which is an institution on its own. Underrated on Harvest is the rhythm section, “Heart of Gold” is mostly known for countless acoustic covers but what gives the studio version heft is that pulsing bass and those hi hat taps that also know to get out of the way of Young’s harmonica. On “Alabama” Young mines similar lyrical and musical territory as “Southern Man” to success again. The track is said to have inspired Lynnrd Skynnrd to write “Sweet Home Alabama” in response.
Still even Young was able to pull a surprise on this album on his two songs with the London Symphony Orchestra. Seemingly coming out of left field they nonetheless express the same strengths Young shows in his best work, the ability to balance his ambition with listenability that would seemingly betray those loft goals in a lesser musician. “A Man Needs A Maid” has been called a clumsy song by both critics of the time and current, but its charm has always been in its sheer audacity of Young seemingly so far out of his comfort zone both musically and lyrically as swirling orchestration wraps around his most confessional lyrics about his relationship with actress Carrie Snodgress, the heart of sleeve nature of them more in the wheelhouse of fellow Canadian than Young himself.
In the wake of Harvest’s success Young would go through hardship, his sudden success dove tailing with the death of Dave Whitten. He would take a dark turn one that is likely as equal an influence on the genres we concern ourselves here with the “Ditch Trilogy” named so because as Young described “he needed to go into the ditch to avoid going into the middle of the road.” Still even to this day decades later Young remains a fascinating icon of Canadian music, a career that seamlessly intersects with the greater influences of music both in Canada and around the world. As I said in the beginning many genres see Neil Young as their forefather, it’s not hard to see if you explore his albums and see how forward thinking his music is, it’s not hard to see why.
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January 20: Preoccupations - Viet Cong
January 27: Matthew Good Band - Beautiful Midnight
Febuary 3: Leonard Cohen - Songs of Leonard Cohen / Songs of Love and Hate
Febuary 10: Peaches - The Teaches of Peaches
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2019.12.09 21:33 Harry1T6 CELEBRATING the 50th ANNIVERSARY OF LET IT BLEED AND ALTAMONT

CELEBRATING the 50th ANNIVERSARY OF LET IT BLEED AND ALTAMONT
I just wrote this piece looking back at my favorite Rolling Stones album Let it Bleed (or maybe a tie with Exile!). I wrote about the music and the era in which it was recorded in. (It is also published here)
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This December marks the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones’ seminal 60s record, “Let it Bleed.” A record which, with its accompanying American tour, marked, and more broadly encapsulated, the end of an era: the 1960s.
The 60s was defined by its youth, aestheticized by the carefree hippie counterculture movement that made pilgrimages to music festivals and experimented with psychedelics. The end of the decade, however, saw the political and social climate become increasingly turbulent. Domestically, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968. Riots followed. Less than three months later, JFK’s brother Robert Kennedy met a similar fate. In 1969, a string of brutal murders in California by members of the Manson family followed by a deadly stabbing at a Rolling Stones’ concert at the Altamont Speedway further rocked the nation. Overseas, in Southeast Asia, America’s entanglement in the Vietnam War was at its peak. Meanwhile, in Europe, democratic, liberal reforms in Czechoslovakia were crushed under Soviet tanks as the Communists rolled through Prague.
While the world around them was on fire, the Rolling Stones themselves were, by the end of the decade, on the brink of collapse, brimming with financial woe and internal conflict. They hadn’t toured since 1966 (except a few European shows in ’67) and under the new management of Allen Klein, had seen whole swaths of their royalties funneled into Klein’s pockets. Meanwhile, the band’s founder, Brian Jones, had been slowly deteriorating for years, succumbing to his worst, most self-destructive vices. He had been absent for most recording sessions, and, even when present, was barely able to function. While this was happening, his girlfriend, Anita Pallenberg, left him for Keith Richards. And bassist Bill Wyman was going through his divorce, while Mick Jagger’s relationship with his girlfriend, Marianne Faithful, deteriorated as she spiralled down the rabbit-hole of addiction herself.
It was against this dark and disorderly backdrop that the Rolling Stones began sessions for their 8th U.K. studio album. The bulk of the record was recorded over six-months, beginning in February 1969. What resulted was a record that reflected not just the era in which it was recorded, but the internal state of the band recording it. Rather than allowing themselves to be consumed and destroyed by the turbulence and chaos surrounding them and boiling within, the Stones instead channelled that dark aura onto the grooves of their 1969 magnum opus, “Let It Bleed.”
With Brian Jones’ mental state, weighed down by his addiction, not to mention the bevy of arrests on his criminal record hampering potential U.S. tours, the band had no other option but to replace the founder of the group. On May 30, 1969, Mick Taylor from John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers played his first session with the Rolling Stones in Olympic Studios.
It was around that time that the band recorded the opening track, “Gimme Shelter.” There’s a reason Martin Scorsese used this song in three of his gangster films (“Goodfellas,” “Casino,” and “The Departed”). It starts with a subtle, foreboding guitar riff. Next, as the drums kick in, a new layer is added: a creepy, brooding background vocal, those haunting “oohs,” coupled with the creaking sound of guiros, leading up to Jagger’s vocals. The song is composed and structured to convey the dread of an impending storm, as well as its impact. It’s like a hurricane that starts with a trickle and builds to a thunderous pour. The opening lines, “A storm is threatening my very life today,” were written by Richards in his London apartment, staring out into the dreary, stormy skies and pouring out his anger and frustration at Mick Jagger over a suspected affair he was having with his then–girlfriend, Anita Pallenberg.
The entire composition is elevated, rocketed through the stratosphere in its second half by the soulful Merry Clayton. Her gospel cries, pushing her vocal prowess to its breaking point as her voice cracks on the third iteration singing, “Rape, murder! It’s just a shot away, it’s just a shot away,” animate the aesthetics of the era – the late 60s – the racial tensions, the anti–war protests, et al. In those few minutes and simple lyrics, “Gimme Shelter” sends genuine shivers running down your spine.
If “Let it Bleed,” as a record, marked the transition period from the Stones’ Brian Jones era to the Mick Taylor era, then its second track, “Love in Vain,” a Robert Johnson blues cover, is where Keith Richards officially replaced Jones as the blues engine of the band. The tragic irony of this track is that Brian Jones, the man who formed the band with intent to import the blues to Britain, was completely absent from these sessions where the Stones played the purest, most earthly blues they’d done yet. Richards, apart from playing his guitar parts, played all of Jones’, including Jones’ signature slide guitar. While covers are sometimes put on records as filler to make up for lack of material, the Stones’ “Love in Vain” is far from facile. Richards, influenced by Gram Parsons at the time, made the song entirely his own, rewriting it as a country-blues arrangement.
The Stones’ latest single at the time was “Honky Tonk Women.” When it came to putting it on the record, Jagger and Richards stripped the grease and slickness clean off the twangy single, exposing its acoustic, country-blues underpinnings, and releasing it in all its rawness. “Country Honk,” the resulting track, isn’t showy or grand. Whereas “Honkey Tonk Women” is electric, refined, and written for concert venues, “Country Honk” is relaxed and laid-back. It exudes that country aesthetic of southerners sitting back in wooden rocking chairs and strumming their guitars at the ranch, off, somewhere in Jackson, Tennessee.
Lucifer, from “Sympathy for the Devil” in their previous album, “Beggars Banquet,” makes his reprise in the dark, rugged blues epic, “Midnight Rambler.” But here, rather than presenting the devil as some abstract idea – reappearing throughout different moments in history, i.e. around St. Petersburg in the Russian Revolution – the Stones personify the devil. They make evil real, channeling it in the form of the Boston Strangler – a serial killer who raped and murdered 13 women in the early 1960s in Boston, Massachusetts. When Mick Jagger croons, “I’ll stick my knife right down your throat baby,” you can feel the strangler’s presence as it creeps up behind you. Opening the album’s B-side, “Midnight Rambler”features some of Jagger’s best blues harp playing overtop a pure Chicago blues shuffle from Richards, to create that spooky hook.
Richards wrote the country love ballad “You Got the Silver” for his girlfriend, Anita Pallenberg. However, that Keith, for the first time, took the reigns as lead vocalist on this track, was mere happenstance. While trying to overdub different parts to the song, producer Jimmy Miller and the engineer accidentally deleted Mick’s vocals. Unfortunately, in 1969 – when the recording process was entirely analog – the nifty, lifesaving Control + Z undo operation was still a dream of the future. And with Jagger being abroad shooting a movie, the only solution was to have Richards fill in. In the end, it was a happy accident, as anyone who’s heard the bootlegged version (available here) with Mick Jagger on the vocals, can confirm it’s a bona fide Richards song.
It’s hard to classify anything the Rolling Stones have recorded, let alone anything on this record, as underrated. But “Monkey Man” is as close to that marque as anything in their canon. Ask someone their favorite Stones riff and they will undoubtedly mention, “Satisfaction,” “Jumping Jack Flash,” “Brown Sugar” or “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking,” just to name a few (some might even suggest “Rocks Off” or “B****”) but everybody seems to forget the grooviest riff of them all: “Monkey Man.” This is about as good as The Rolling Stones ever got. Instead of opening with the main guitar riff, the song begins with a mischievous and enigmatic piano lick by Nicky Hopkins – added xylophone effects accentuate the aura of mystery – laid over a groovy bass line. In a similar, teasing manner, Keith Richards’ guitar starts playing along, slowly getting into the groove before finally ripping into this suave riff. And on top of that, did I mention some of the finest lyrics Jagger ever sang? “Well, I hope we’re not too messianic or a trifle too satanic. But we love to play the blues.” It’s a real shame the Stones themselves overlooked this gem because it wasn’t ever played live until decades later in their Voodoo Lounge tours in the 90s.
By 1969, the Stones had already recorded what would be the last track on the record, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” Opening with the lush harmonies of the London Bach Choir, leading into Keith Richards’ acoustic guitar interwoven with Al Kooper playing the French horn, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” creates a sense of cinematic scale and beauty that transcends anything they had ever done prior. The choral ballad’s title verse – “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” – is a fitting a mantra to the end of the 60s. Where the love-and-peace hippie youth of the sixties were vying for idealism, the Stones offered realism. The anti-war hippie activists advocated for a future where war, nuclear weapons, and conflict didn’t exist, popularizing by the slogan, “Make Love not War.” What the Stones offered was alternative to naivety. They were never ones to advocate for a radical revolution. In their ostensible salute to protest, “Street Fighter Man,” (off “Beggars Banquet”) the Stones sang about overthrowing regimes, “I’ll kill the king and rail at all his servants” only to follow it up by jettisoning the call-to-arms, stating, “well, what can a poor boy do except play in a rock and roll band?” Effectively, the sentiment is that while you might feel rage and distaste with the status quo, a violent revolution isn’t going to solve anything. They hinted at this same thing in “Sympathy for the Devil,” when the devil, who was the song’s narrator, professed to being present at the Russian revolution when the Tsar was overthrown. “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” suggests a similar point, that, in the end, things will work out. You may not always get the idealistic, perfect outcome you envision; life doesn’t work that way. But you can get what you need.
Wrapping up final mixes and overdubs on “Let it Bleed” in November, the Stones embarked on their first American tour in more than three years. Mick Taylor would take Brian Jones’ spot, who, after being fired from the band he founded, tragically died in July.
Concluding their 1969 American Tour, the Stones played their last show on December 6. As a response to reams of complaints from fans disgruntled with soaring ticket prices, the Stones, together with Jefferson Airplane, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Santana, and the Grateful Dead organized a free concert at the Altamont Speedway in northern California, billed as “the Woodstock for the west.”
Organizing Altamont was a lot like playing Tetris blindfolded, with twice as many blocks dropping and at three times the speed, while you were literally on speed. After a slew of back-and-forths between organizers, the Altamont was finalized as the venue on the night of December 4th – less than two days before the concert was scheduled to take place. The venue, built for a capacity of 7,500, was host to a crowd of over 300,000 hippies, almost all of whom were zonked out on myriad psychedelic drugs. For security, the Hells Angels motorcycle gang was recruited in exchange for $500 of beer (good luck declaring that on your tax forms).
The Altamont was the perfect storm for a disaster. And the storm made landfall during the Stones’ set. When a drugged-up attendee, Meredith Hunter, drew a revolver as he approached the stage – while contrary to mythos which theatrically has the Stones playing “Sympathy for the Devil,” the Stones were playing “Under My Thumb” – the Hell’s Angels stepped in, stabbing him to death. The infamous Altamont Speedway stabbing, in conjunction with the spate of violent murders by the hippie denizens of Charles Manson’s commune, were the harsh winter that ended the summer of love.
The counterculture youth of the sixties wanted the summer of love to continue forever. They didn’t want a Nixon presidency, and they wanted the war in Vietnam to end. With “Let it Bleed,” the Rolling Stones captured all of their woes and worries in one record, and they wryly responded, “you can’t always get what you want.” And they were right. The summer of love was over, and Nixon was president. But they got what they needed: the war ended, and heck, we all got a pretty damn good Stones album.
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2019.11.04 15:10 rccrisp The Canadian Indie Rock Canon #61 and #62: Joni Mitchell – Blue / The Hissing of Summer Lawns

The Canadian Indie Rock Canon #61 and #62: Joni Mitchell – Blue / The Hissing of Summer Lawns
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Back in 2017 NPR released their list of the 150 greatest albums released by women and at the top of that list was Joni Mitchell’s Blue. While an amazing gesture, made only greater by seeing some of the women placed bellow her (which includes the likes of Nina Simone, Patti Smith, Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin, Carole King, Beyoncé and Lauryn Hill among others) it’s an odd choice to put her at the top of this list. Not because Blue is an unworthy album but being the top of a gender focused list seems so very un-Mitchell. During her 1979 interview with Rolling Stone’s Cameron Crowe where he asks if Mitchell had any close female friends she declares “I believe I am male and I am female,” a strange dichotomy brought on by the very male world of folk songwriting of the late 60’s and her own natural distrust of other women she regarded to earlier in that same question. Part of the charm of Mitchell’s music is that she is able to write songs and lyrics that exist in this complete vacuum devoid of our notions of class, race and sex. Yet in a lot of ways Mitchell’s removal of gender, of writing without an atypical “female voice,” may make her music some of the most important for women. Her refusal to fall into tropes, into cliché, into the things we as a society equate to as “feminine elements” in music only strengthens it when people reflect themselves in her words, particularly the struggles she had faced growing up and growing up fast. The plights, pratfalls and joys in her music have a universal appeal, it makes it easier to see ourselves in her songs.
Mitchell’s as influence on Rock in Canada looms large, as a nation that prizes its poets and its storytellers few artist match Mitchell in these regards. There are few songwriters who illustrate their world as vividly as she does, her other artistic pursuits such as painting which she had since she was a child and poetry a discipline brought on by a school teacher in middle school, are very apparent. Even if you only know “the hits” you should already be familiar with Mitchell’s propensity for lush and vivid songs that have a visual quality to them. “They paved paradise, to put up a parking lot” she sings on “Big Yellow Taxi,” arguably Mitchell’s most recognizable song, the lyric’s imagery smacks you in the face both by the extremes it presents and the fact that in our lives we see this all the time. In a response to contemporary and fellow Canadian music titan Neil Young, Mitchell responded to his ode to lost youth “Sugar Mountain” with her own take on “Circle Game” which presents the children’s carousel ride as metaphor for the one way nature of time, of how you can never go back. With this very forward thinking view of life and art you forget that Mitchell growing up spent most of her time in the small towns of Western Canada and the Prairies.
Mitchell was born on November 7 1943 in Fort Macleod, Alberta. Her mother was a school teacher and her father was a Royal Canadian Airforce Flight Lieutenant, spending the early part of her life moving from base to base in Western Canada while her father trained new pilots. At age 9 Mitchell contracted Polio and was hospitalized for weeks, the ordeal causing her to begin renewed focus on her artistic pursuits and planned or either being a painter or a dancer. By age 11, her family now settling in Saskatoon and her father starting post World War 2 life as a grocer, Mitchell struggled in the confines of structured Academia, briefly dropping out at age 12. Her only solace was one of her teachers who pushed poetry as a form of expression for her and whom she tanks on her album first album. At this time Mitchell’s interest in Country music was growing, eventually leading to her learning the ukulele and eventually the guitar. Due to her bout of polio weakening her left hand Mitchell had to adapt by using alternative tunings to adjust, a technique she would use later to create non-standard song structures to her music.
By her teen years Mitchell’s love of country turned into a love of Jazz. She began to take paid gigs singing at folk clubs and began to incorporate songs by Edith Plaf and Miles Davis into her repertoire. Her free time was spent following jazz musicians and showing up at their gigs to absorb the music. According to Mitchell “my Jazz background began with one of the early Lambert, Hendricks and Ross albums.” The album was The Hottest New Group In Jazz, an album so rare in Canada Mitchell saved her money to pay a bootlegger’s price for it. “I consider that album to be my Beatles” recalls Mitchell, “I learned every song off of it, I don’t think there is another album anywhere – including my own – on which I know every note and every word.” Despite Mitchell’s foray into music visual art still remained her focus and after high school Mitchell and she eventually enrolled at the Alberta College of Art in Calgary. During her time there she became disillusioned by the visual art world and its focus on technical skill, pure abstraction and eventually honing those skills to work in commercial art. She was twenty years old and one year into the program when she finally made the decision to leave and drop out of college.
While in college Mitchell continued to perform music as a side gig. On weekends she would play at her college and at a local hotel as well as taking a part time job at “The Depression Coffee House” where Mitchell recalls “singing long tragic songs in a minor key.” After she had dropped out she informed her mother that she intended to be a folk singer in Toronto and with that she embarked on a three day train ride leaving Western Canada for the first time. During the trip Mitchell stopped at the Mariposa Folk Festival to see Buffy St. Marie, one of hr many folk inspirations. However Toronto would prove to be another blow to Mitchell’s idea of the world of art. Unable to pay the city’s musician union fee of 200 dollars Mitchell was forced to play non union shows in Church basements and YMCAs, eventually resorting to busking on the street when she wasn’t working at a department store to pay the bills. Furthermore she found the city showed preferential treatment to the veteran folk singers, some going so far as to claim traditional folk songs only they were allowed to perform leaving Mitchell with few options for songs. Because of this Mitchell vowed to write her own material.
In late 1964 Mitchell had found out she was pregnant by her former boyfriend Brad MacMath from a Calgary. On the subject of the pregnancy she wrote “he left me three months pregnant in an attic room with no money and winter coming and only a fireplace for heat.” At the time abortions were not legal in Canada and there was heavy social stigma against women having children out of wedlock. Mitchell would be forced to give up the baby, a moment referenced on the song “Chinese Cafe” released in 1982. “Your kids are coming up straight, My child’s a stranger, I bore her, But I could not raise her” she sings on the song, the lyrics at the time never fully analyzed as Mitchell’s pregnancy didn’t become known until 1993 when a former roommate of her’s leaked the pregnancy to tabloid newspapers. While a horrible moment in her life Mitchell often cited losing her daughter as the catalyst to bring her songwriting to the forefront. The two would reunite in 1997 after which Mitchell began to lose a taste for writing new songs.
By the April of 1965 Mitchell left Canada to go to New York performing in a duo with Charles Scott “Chuck” Mitchell. Mitchell and Chuck would marry, with Mitchell taking and keeping his surname through the rest of her career. The marriage would only last two years. At this time Mitchell began to move around the united states, spending time in Detroit with Chuck and continuing to perform as a duo and post divorce would tour as a solo act moving up and down the East Coast of the united states. Mitchell’s big break would come when she was playing in a Folk Club in Florida when David Crosby saw her and was immediately in awe of her ability. She convinced her to go to Los Angeles with him, where he immediately tried to get a record deal and was quickly signed by Reprise. Crosby believed in Mitchell so much he convinced producers to allow Mitchell to record the album as a solo acoustic album without any overdubs, the decision giving Crosby a producer credit on Mitchell’s debut album Song To A Seagull. Mitchell toured relentlessly for the album and built up anticipation for her second album Clouds which was notable for having renditions of songs she had written for other artists like “Both Sides Now” and “Chelsea Morning” and featured a self portrait painted by herself as the album art. Clouds would go on and win the Grammy for Best Folk Performance. By Mitchell’s third album Ladies of the Canyon she was already showing signs of outliving the confines of folk music, the album featuring more pop rock production and even some Jazz and world music influences. Despite the risks Ladies of the Canyon would feature some of Mitchell’s biggest hits such as “Big Yellow Taxi” and “Woodstock”, her version a much more somber and down tempo version of the Crosby, Stills and Nash cover. Still in lieu of the success Mitchell decided to take a year off touring and focus on song writing and painting.
Blue was released in 1971 and was immediately a near unanimous commercial and critical success. Much of the album was written during a European trip Mitchell took during her one year hiatus from touring where she settled on the Greek island of Crete. Prior to her leaving Mitchell was at the end of her tumultuous relationship with Graham Nash of Crosby, Still and Nash and was dealing with the effects of having such a public relationship. Blue is a damaging album, full of pain and sadness and deals with the hardships and hear breaks Mitchell had experience up until now of which there were many. In an age where even the saddest and most heartfelt music still kept audiences at an arms length Blue and its candid and confessional nature would pave the way for such albums to exist in the future thanks to its success. On the very revealing nature of Blue Mitchell recanted “There’s hardly a dishonest note in the vocals. At that period of my life, I had no personal defense. I felt like a cellophane wrapper on a pack of cigarettes. I felt like I had absolutely no secrets from the world and I couldn’t pretend in my life to be strong. Or to be happy. But the advantage of it in music was that there were no defenses there either.” After listening to the album fellow folk artist Kris Kristofferson commented “Joni! Keep something of yourself!”
At its core Blue exists musically in the barest of ways to its benefit. The album is mostly Mitchell herself and her acoustic guitar with the piano or the Appalachian dulcimer making occasional appearances. And yet despite her contemporaries trying to branch out like she did on Ladies In The Canyon, Blue illustrates that Mitchell’s growing sound wasn’t because of the number of instruments she featured but how she used them. Even on a traditional folk song like album opener “All I Want” Mitchell’s left of the center sound made by her unique guitar tuning grabs you right away. Her voice has a world weariness to it that sort of builds on top of the sad and painful lyrics, as if the things she’s experiencing aren’t just negative, they’re slowly eating her away. “All I really, really want our love to do, is to bring out the best In me and you, too” she sings on the opener, the way she says those words feeling sick and tired of not getting what should otherwise be a reasonable and logical goal for a relationship. This theme of being unable to have even jave what would seem to be the simplest things in life permeates the sadness on blue. “Little Green” though thinly veiled lyrics has Mitchell strumming her sad guitar and hoping for the best for her daughter as she bereaves over giving her up.
It’s almost shocking how many nearly canonized songs are on this album, from “Carey” that features a jaunty pace that masks the pain from a quick tryst during her European trip to the eye opening “California” that not only delves into her own life but the world of singer songwriters in the early 70’s and the failure of the free love generation. Blue ends the album on an absolutely striking trio of song, the nearly ubiquitous “River” thanks to its relation to Christmas which contains those famous words “I wish I had a river I could skate away on” and has Mitchell being her boldest vocally over the piano, the absolutely beautiful and devastating “A Case of You” that may or may not be about Leonard Cohen and of course the album ender “The Last Time I Saw Richard” which despite its modest runtime feels like an epic of a song, the lyrics unfolding like a short story of, a back and forth between the titular Richard and an unnamed significant other that illustrates the cynicism of the end love and paralleling that with the current world and the end of the hippies as the US was entering another moment of uncertainty.
Still even though Mitchell was growing as one of the premiere songwriters of her generation, even David Crosby had said she had surpassed even himself after Blue, it still seemed that inspite of the critical acclaim she was unable to get the proper respect she deserved. Despite loving the album Rolling Stone would name her “Old Lady of the Year” dismissing her as a great artists still working in a bygone genre and worse of all featured a “special article” declaring her the “Queen of El Lay” and featured a diagram of all her supposed sexual conquests. Mitchell had just released a generational album and all the largest music magazine in the nation was concerned with was her sexual affairs and the idea that Mitchell’s most important role was that of muse of other male songwriters.
The continued distaste for the machismo world of folk music and music journalism would continue in Mitchell’s next release. For The Roses had Mitchell sounding confident and powerful again and it matched in the production as she began to employ layered harmonies and further delved into her love of jazz. It also just might contain her most feminist tracks she’s ever written, with “Barangrill” exploring the roles of women without being anchored to how it relates to men and “Woman of Heart and Mind” where her words satirizes the expectations of gender roles. Court and Spark would follow and would become Mitchell’s biggest hit commercially, almost completely excising folk from her sound and now employing a full jazz backing band. It is in essence a pop album, featuring her only to 10 hit “Help Me” which has more in common with future late 70’s easy rock than anything from her past (it’s good to note that member of Steely Dan helped on the recording of this album.) After the release of Court and Spark Mitchell watched and eventually joined Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue Tour with Joane Baez, Robbie Robertson of the Band and various other artists. It was during this time that she began to see a shift among her peers, most notably how she needed to act more humbly as she was the opener but had a bigger current hit than the headliners. She also saw the paths many of them were taking, going down the path of rock music, pop music or doubling down on reviving their old sounds, all of which Mitchell saw as desperate attempts to retain their youth.
Mitchell wanted to be an artists that aged gracefully which is why The Hissing of Summer Lawns was such a departure from what she had done before. At the time it was seen as an absolute betrayal to the institutions of rock and folk that she had built her career on despite the fact that jazz’s influence has always been there in Mitchell’s music. The album starts familiar enough as opener “In France They Kiss On Main Street” seems like a continuation with those mainstream pop flirtations Mitchell was exploring on Court and Spark but as soon as “The Jungle Line” kicks in with its tribal drums and those low humming synths you should already feel that this isn’t going to be a radical album, doubly so for someone who just had spent their music career nestled in the musical zeitgeist.
While much has been said and written about the radical departures made musically similar strides were taken with Mitchell’s vocals and lyrics. While her follow ups to Blue remained very confessional and nested themselves in the very solid foundations of love and heart break The Hissing of Summer Lawns features songs of women in a new awakening that is both foreign and refreshing, there’s confusion but despair is often replaced by excitement and uneasiness. “Don’t Interrupt the Sorrow” crackles with tension, a battle of the sexes the proves that even the most noble of clashes still leaves the scars and wounds behind. Religious symbols are used to symbolize chained obedience, “The good slaves love the good book, A rebel loves a cause” she sings, punctuating her ideas in her final lines with “It takes a heart like Mary these days, When your man gets weak.” On “Shades of Scarlet Conquering” the religious motif continues over smooth jazz piano, Mitchell is at the same time at her usual moving self but delves in more symbolic and cryptic lyricism and reveals an economy of narrative. Her narrator doesn’t reveal more than she needs to but much like how the colour blue served as symbolic device through that album’s sign post for everything sad and morose “Shades of Scarlet Conquering” uses the colour red, from blood to flames to auburn hair, symbolizing unabashed freedom and destruction of social norms.
And through all this Mitchell is still able to pull off a track like “Hary’s House/Centerpiece,” seemingly a culmination of all her strengths up until this point, the first half “Harry’s House” feature a subtle folk acoustic guitar that serves as the back bone for every manner of sound; those gentle horns, that pulsing bass line, those tik tak drums perfectly encapsulate the slowly disintegrating marriage and the futile attempt to dive into material goods to try to ease the pain. And just as we think we have the song figured out it dove tails into the classic jazz back half of “Centerpiece” that not only contrasts the first half musically, being much more traditional versus the more free from and forward thinking beginning, but lyrically Mitchell’s narrator espouses the merits of conforming to society, to trying to “make it all work” and to endure the pain of now in order to fulfill the dreams of tomorrow.
After the release of The Hissing of Summer Lawns fans were perplexed and critics were dismayed. Mitchell was at first taken aback from the response, in the same Camero Crowe interview she was surprised by the response when Steely Dan’s Aja, released a few years later, seemed to be mined from the same jazz bedrock but was critically and comercially lauded. But through that Mitchell soon learned she no longer needed to make music for the masses. While sales declined Mitchell through the 70’s and the 80’s would continue to explore Jazz, World and Electronic music even going so far as to collaborate with Charles Mingus. In terms of who she had influence it wouldn’t be a full two decades after the fact that the seeds of Mitchell’s work would bear fruit, starting with the likes of Shawn Colvin and Melissa Etheridge and becoming an influence that could no longer be ignored or dismissed with the 90’s surge of female folk tinged acts and high lighted by Lilith Fair’s end of festival all star jams usually having the artists perform “Big Yellow Taxi.” However Mitchell’s bold exploration of sound should not be ignored with artists like Bjork citing Mitchell as a heavy influence, joking how Iceland embraced her “bad” albums and citing an affinity for odd late 70’s albums Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter or Kate Bush who said that Mitchell was the only female song writer whom she felt an affinity too. Even in the context of modern indie rock it’d be hard to imagine artists like Joanna Newsom or Julia Holter would sound the same had Mitchell not ushered in an era of strong female songwriters. Joni Mitchell’s life and story along with her albums are one of the most interesting in all of music. And while it criss crossed the globe and took the once shy lover of Jazz to places she never thought she’d been it all started on the prairies of Canada. It’s a story that comes up so often from the heroes of this country, simple beginning, people trying to survive and through the hardship comes something wonderful and beautiful.
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(Tentative) Schedule
November 11: Mount Eerie featuring Julie Doiron and Fred Squire - Lost Wisdom
November 18: Julie Doiron - Loneliest In The Morning
November 25: Mary Margaret O'Hara - Miss America
December 2: Buffy St. Marie - It's My Way! / Illumination
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2019.10.10 19:39 simonekama Dj para festa profissional. Como escolher corretamente?

Dj para festa profissional. Como escolher corretamente?
Confira as dicas que o Baladas SP oferece na escolha do melhor Dj para festa, que tenha som de festa e iluminação para festa de casamento, aniversário ou festa de 15 anos.
Confira as dicas que o Baladas SP oferece na escolha do melhor Dj, que tenha som e iluminação para qualquer tipo de evento em SP. Quando você vai contratar um Dj profissional para sua festa, tanto casamento, aniversário, festa de 15 anos e evento corporativo, você precisa pensar nos seguintes aspectos:

Dj para festa com Profissionalismo.

Escolha um Dj que seja pontual e que tenha tudo preparado de forma antecipada para evitar constrangimentos.
Nada pior que um Dj que chega atrasado, que não se preocupa com o trabalho, ou que talvez, nem compareça a seu evento. Prefira escolher profissionais com bom histórico de festas.

Dj som iluminação completos.

Pergunte sempre antes se o Dj profissional possui som de festa, se tem iluminação e qual irá levar no dia do evento. Deixe já tudo programado.
O Baladas SP DJs está preparado para atender sua festa com competência, profissionalismo e muita animação! A função do DJ é animar a festa e proporcionar momentos inesquecíveis aos convidados.
O ponto chave do nosso serviço de DJ para Festa é oferecer um serviço que transformará por completo sua festa. Contamos com nossa ampla experiência na área para entregar um serviço qualificado e à sua altura. Se o que deseja e procura é um DJ para Festa acima da média, o Baladas SP DJs é sua melhor escolha.

Repertório.

O Dj que for contratar precisa ter repertório amplo, não só para as músicas que você determinou antes, mas ter também alguma variação caso surja alguma pequena mudança no andamento do evento.

Repertório de um Dj festa retrô flashback:

Pra dar início a esse assunto, quero que saiba que pra todos os itens citados nesse artigo, o Baladas SP Djs está pronto pra atender e fazer da sua festa, a melhor de todos os tempos!

Anos 60:

No Brasil tivemos: Os “Anos Dourados” onde surgiram três grandes estilos musicais: a bossa nova (com Tom Jobim e Vinícius de Moraes), as músicas sociais dos festivais (músicas como: Disparada, Travessia, A Banda, Alegria Alegria) e o rock da jovem guarda (o ritmo ie ie ie de Roberto Carlos, Erasmo Carlos e Vanderleia). No mundo temos: O som da Motown (com Jackson’s Five, Diana Ross, Lionel Richie, Marvin Gaye, Steve Wonder e entre outros); A música soul, com grupos como The Supremes, The Temptations, James Brown e Aretha Franklin; O “Surfing Music” (com Beach Boys); O Rock and Roll ganha popularidade (Elvis Presley); Surgem fenômenos britânicos como o conjunto The Monkees, The Rollings Stones e The Beatles – que em 1967 lançam aquele que é considerado o melhor álbum da história: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band; Surgem músicas de protesto, com Bob Dylan, Joan Baez entre outros. Em 1969 ocorre o Festival de Woodstock, nos EUA, com apresentações ao vivo de Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Who, Sly and Family Stone, Carlos Santana, entre outros lendários do rock clássico.

Anos 70:

Foi a última década do período classic rock. É também conhecida como a “Era da Discoteca“, devido ao surgimento da disco music. Surgiu também nesta década o movimento punk.

A era Disco:

Um estilo de música extremamente dançável e popular até hoje! Inicialmente ouvido em casas noturnas, chamadas de discotecas, onde os dançarinos eram atraídos por música mecânica pré-gravada e incessante iluminação altamente elaborada.
Foi uma era marcada por artistas nacionais, como:
  • ABBA
  • Bee Gees
  • Donna Summer
  • Olivia Newton-John
  • Barry White
E diversos outros artistas que um Dj festa retrô flashback precisa ter.
Tivemos também o rock muito bem lembrado nos anos 70, com bandas como:
  • Dire Straits
  • Eric Clapton
  • Queen
  • Kiss
E outro estilo que faz muito sucesso em festas anos 70, é o Soul e Black Music.
Muitos artistas fizeram sucesso na época também como:
  • Chic
  • Jimmy Bo Horne
  • Tim Maia
  • The Gap Band
  • James Brown
Temos a seu dispor uma estrutura de primeira linha que nos dá todas as condições de oferecer o DJ para Festa que superará todas as suas expectativas. O feedback positivo sempre constante apenas confirma a alta qualidade dos nossos serviços. Trabalhamos com muita dedicação, sempre com o intuito de fazer da sua experiência com nosso DJ para Festa a mais agradável e satisfatória possível.

Dj para casamento:

Equipamentos de baixa qualidade e DJ para Casamento que não estão capacitados para o trabalho são alguns dos transtornos que podem levar muita dor de cabeça aos noivos. É devido a isso que recomendamos que você analise o DJ para Casamento com antecedência e conheça-o pessoalmente para trocar uma ideia sobre como você deseja que ele trabalhe no dia do evento.

Possuímos Dj para festa retrô flashback especializados em anos 60 e 70.

Anos 80:

A primeira metade dos anos 80 trouxe o sucesso das bandas Góticas na Inglaterra. Se destacaram bandas como The Cure e The Smiths.
Nos EUA, por sua vez, a primeira metade dos 80 foi caracterizada principalmente pela ascensão do Rock New Wave, uma vertente mais “Pop” e não tão pesada e agressiva.
Na segunda metade da década, houve uma maior diversificação dos gêneros, onde se difundiu o Flash House, Miami e entre outros.
Muitos artistas fizeram sucesso como:
  • Michael Jackson
  • Madonna
  • Kenny Loggins
  • Cyndi Lauper
  • George Michael
  • Pet Shop Boys
No Brasil, o estilo Trash e o Rock também estiveram muito vivos com bandas como:
  • RPM
  • Legião Urbana
  • Paralamas do Sucesso

Os anos 80 são mais uma década na qual o nosso Dj para festa retro flashback sabe tudo e mais um pouco. Vamos para os anos 90…

Anos 90:

Essa é uma época em que fizeram sucesso diversos estilos:
  • Grunge Rock
  • Trash
  • House Music
  • Miami Music
  • Funk Music
  • Lambada
  • Sertanejo
  • Pagode
  • Romântico
  • Pop Boys Band
  • R&B
Para uma festa Flashback, existem alguns estilos que o Dj para festa retrô flashback considera mais dançante e animado. Vamos deixar alguns exemplos de artistas que costumam empolgar mais a pista de dança:
  • Snap
  • Corona
  • Depeche Mode
  • Whitney Houston
  • Dj Bobo
  • Shakira
  • Double You
  • Ace Of Base

Anos 00:

Hoje, os anos 2000 já são considerados Flashback e tanto de nós olhamos pra isso e pensamos: “Como passou rápido!”
Pois é, os Anos 00 também tiveram diversos estilos musicais dividindo holofotes, porém, assim como nos anos 90, o Dj para festa retrô flashback considera alguns mais dançantes e animados.
Exemplos:
  • Daft Punk
  • Benny Benassi
  • Gigi D`Agostino
  • Magic Box
  • Lasgo
  • Spice Girls
Como você pode ver, um Dj festa retrô flashback precisa ter amplo conhecimento do que tocar em sua festa Flash e com certeza o Baladas SP Djs, são a melhor escolha.

Outros estilos musicais:

Possuímos equipe de Djs especializados em festas de casamentos e repertório variado com mais de 50.000 músicas em vários ritmos musicais como os clássicos dos anos 70,80,90, Flash Back, Rock, Pop, Eletrônica, Raggae, Disco, Regional, Atual, Ambiente, Rap, Latina, Jazz, Étnica, Country, Popular, Brasileira, Fado, Hip Hop, Samba, Jazz, Tango, Axé, New Age (Enya), Black , MPB, Sertanejo, Gospel, Funk, Valsa, Dance Music, Forro, Lambada, Pagode, Xote entre outros.
O grande diferencial da Fort Music, é a viagem musical de ritmos e músicas para que o seu evento seja inesquecível e agradável a todos os convidados contando sempre com o profissionalismo e carisma de nossos DJ’s.

Repertório com os melhores artistas sertanejos:

  • Zé Neto & Cristiano
  • Jorge & Mateus
  • Gusttavo Lima
  • Henrique & Juliano
  • Luan Santana
  • Felipe Araújo
  • Vini & Lucas
  • Matheus Minas & Leandro
  • Edson & Henrique
  • Maria Cecília & Rodolfo
  • Thaeme & Thiago
  • Fernando & Sorocaba
  • João Neto & Frederico
  • Bruno & Marrone
  • Ph & Michel
  • Marília Mendonça
  • Breno & Caio Cesar
  • Maiara & Maraísa
  • Simone & Simaria
  • Pedro & Benício
  • Yasmin Santos
  • Fabio Cesar & Adriano
  • Jads & Jadson
  • Tião Carreiro
  • Wesley Safadão
  • Cleber & Cauan
  • Day & Lara
  • Juliano Cezar
  • Trio Bravana
  • Gabriel Gava
  • Aviões do Forró
  • Rio Negro & Solimões
  • Matogrosso & Matias
  • Mano Walter
  • Cesar Menotti & Fabiano
  • Humberto e Ronaldo
  • Chitãozinho & Xororó
  • Leonardo, Eduardo Costa, O Cabaré
  • Lucas Lucco

Nosso Dj para festa tem também de A a Z quando o assunto é pagode:

A

  • Adryana Ribeiro
  • Alexandre Pires
  • André Silva

B

  • Barbeirinho do Jacarezinho
  • Belo (cantor)
  • Beto Jamaica

C

  • Bruno Cardoso
  • Chrigor

D

  • Dhema
  • Dilsinho

F

  • Fabinho Mello
  • Ferrugem (cantor)

G

  • Gustavo Lins

I

  • Igor Kannário

J

  • Joel Teixeira
  • Jorge Aragão

L

  • Leandro Lehart
  • Luiz Carlos (cantor)

M

  • Márcio Art
  • Márcio Victor
  • Mumuzinho

N

  • Netinho de Paula
  • Nílton Campolino

P

  • Péricles (cantor)

R

  • Rodriguinho (cantor)

S

  • Salgadinho (cantor)

T

  • Thiaguinho
  • Toninho Geraes

V

  • Vavá (cantor)

W

  • Wagner Dias Bastos

X

  • Xanddy
  • Xande de Pilares

Nosso Dj para festa tem as melhores bandas de Rock e Pop:

  1. Led Zeppelin
  2. The Beatles
  3. Pink Floyd
  4. The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  5. Van Halen
  6. Queen
  7. The Eagles
  8. Metallica
  9. U2
  10. Bob Marley and the Wailers
  11. The Police
  12. The Doors
  13. Stone Temple Pilots
  14. Rush
  15. Genesis
  16. Prince and the Revolution
  17. Yes
  18. Earth Wind and Fire
  19. The Bee Gees
  20. The Rolling Stones
  21. The Beach Boys
  22. Soundgarden
  23. The Who
  24. Steely Dan
  25. James Brown and the JBs
  26. AC/DC
  27. Fleetwood Mac
  28. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
  29. The Allman Brothers
  30. ZZ Top
  31. Aerosmith
  32. Cream
E continua nossa lista completa do dj som iluminação. 033. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 034. The Grateful Dead 035. Guns ‘N Roses 036. Pearl Jam 037. Boston 038. Dire Straits 039. King Crimson 040. Parliament Funkadelic 041. Red Hot Chili Peppers 042. Bon Jovi 043. Dixie Chicks 044. Foreigner 045. David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars 046. The Talking Heads 047. Jethro Tull 048. The Band 049. The Beastie Boys 050. Nirvana 051. Rage Against The Machine 052. Sly and the Family Stone 053. The Clash 054. Tool 055. Journey 056. No Doubt 057. Creedence Clearwater Revival 058. Deep Purple 059. Alice In Chains 060. Orbital 061. Little Feat 062. Duran Duran 063. Living Colour 064. Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention 065. The Carpenters 066. Audioslave 067. The Pretenders 068. Primus 069. Blondie 070. Black Sabbath 071. Lynyrd Skynyrd 072. Sex Pistols 073. Isaac Hayes and the Movement 074. R.E.M. 075. Traffic 076. Buffalo Springfield 077. Derek and the Dominos 078. The Jackson Five 079. The O’Jays 080. Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes 081. Underworld 082. Thievery Corporation 083. Motley Crue 084. Janis Joplin and Big Brother and the Holding Company 085. Blind Faith 086. The Animals 087. The Roots 088. The Velvet Underground 089. The Kinks 090. Radiohead 091. The Scorpions 092. Kansas 093. Iron Maiden 094. Motorhead 095. Judas Priest 096. The Orb 097. The Cure 098. Coldplay 099. Slayer 100. Black Eyed Peas
Todas essas, e muitas mais são as bandas e grupos que estão no repertório do nosso Dj para festa.

Artistas EDM que nosso Dj som iluminação possui:

TOP 100 DJS
  1. Martin Garrix
  2. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
  3. Hardwell
  4. Armin van Buuren
  5. David Guetta
  6. Tiësto
  7. Don Diablo
  8. Afrojack
  9. Oliver Heldens
  10. Marshmello
  11. Steve Aoki
  12. R3HAB
  13. Alok
  14. W&W
  15. Avicii
  16. DVBBS
  17. Lost Frequencies
  18. KSHMR
  19. Vintage Culture
  20. Eric Prydz
  21. Skrillex
  22. Fedde Le Grand
  23. Ummet Ozcan
  24. DJ Snake
  25. Quintino
  26. Vinai
  27. Nervo
  28. Headhunterz
  29. Angerfist
  30. Bassjackers
  31. The Chainsmokers
  32. Kygo
  33. Timmy Trumpet
  34. Vini Vici
  35. Wolfpack
  36. Alan Walker
  37. Blasterjaxx
  38. Danny Avila
  39. Kura
  40. Calvin Harris
  41. Axwell /\ Ingrosso
  42. Diplo
  43. Nicky Romero
  44. Zedd
  45. Alesso
  46. Tujamo
  47. Yellow Claw
  48. Cat Dealers
  49. ATB
  50. Diego Miranda
  51. Above & Beyond
  52. Jeffrey Sutorious (ex-Dash Berlin)
  53. Carl Cox
  54. Martin Jenssen
  55. Paul van Dyk
  56. Will Sparks
  57. Claptone
E continua a lista do nosso Dj para festa: 58. Steve Angello 59. deadmau5 60. Robin Schulz 61. Richie Hawtin 62. Florian Picasso 63. Swedish House Mafia 64. Jay Hardway 65. Miss K8 66. Mike Williams 67. Andrew Rayel 68. Mariana BO 69. Radical Redemption 70. Brennan Heart 71. Swanky Tunes 72. MATTN 73. Carta 74. Aly&Fila 75. Ferry Corsten 76. Da Tweekaz 77. Breathe Carolina 78. KO:YU 79. Adam Beyer 80. Daddy’s Groove 81. Mosimann 82. Tchami 83. NGHTMRE 84. DJ L 85. Wildstylez 86. Marco Carola 87. Cedric Gervais 88. MaRLo 89. Deorro 90. Andy C 91. Solomun 92. Lucas & steve 93. Markus Schulz 94. Bobina 95. Paul Kalkbrenner 96. Alison Wonderland 97. Nina Kraviz 98. Rave Republic 99. Carl Nunes 100. Slander

Para casamento, seja flexível em relação as músicas.

Existem algumas pessoas que tem um gosto muito específico para certo estilo de música e desgosto para outras, mas é nessa hora que você deve pensar nos convidados presentes também.
Em uma festa de casamento há pessoas de todas as idades e com diversos gostos. É importante que a maioria tenha seu momento para dançar e escutar seu estilo favorito.
Portanto se você não gosta de um estilo que é muito popular, principalmente os que estão nas grandes mídias, pense duas vezes em proibir o Dj som iluminação de tocar.

O Dj para festa do Baladas SP tem quanto tempo de experiência?

Estamos há mais de 15 anos nesse ramo, como uma das mais importantes empresas do segmento. Se busca pelo o que há de melhor e mais moderno quando se trata de Dj para festas, tanto corporativa, como social ( festa de 15 anos, casamentos, aniversários, etc ).

Clientes do Dj para festa.

A melhor parte vem agora! Quem são os clientes que esta pessoa atende?
Os clientes estão cada dia mais exigentes. E você?
Quer contratar qualquer coisa ou quer algo bem organizado, estruturado, com experiencia no mercado, que tem suporte durante o evento…
OU quer contratar o ZEZINHO DA ESQUINA que só Deus sabe o que vai acontecer?
Por saber desta exigência do mercado, principalmente a minha por perfeição, eu investi em aquisição de equipamentos desde 1999 até o final de 2015. Consegui acumular, alem da experiência, vários equipamentos para atender desde uma simples festa em casa até uma festa realizada na rua.

Um Dj para festa do Baladas SP toca de tudo na minha festa ?

Temos o DJ que atenderá todas suas necessidades, adaptando-se às suas preferências e gostos, sobretudo para oferecer o que há de melhor em DJ para Festa. Para que sua festa esteja completa, temos uma variada lista de músicas, dos mais diversos estilos musicais.

Um Dj para festa do Baladas SP possui dj som iluminação?

O BALADAS SP possui todo o know how que você precisa para contratar com segurança um serviço de DJ. Além de ampla experiência, oferecemos todos os equipamentos de som e iluminação necessários para desempenharmos um serviço com excelência.
Nossa estrutura de excelência nos dá todas as condições de entregar um serviço que fará da sua experiência conosco a mais agradável possível. Aliando um ótimo Preço DJ para Casamento com nosso serviço da mais alta qualidade, tornamo-nos uma das mais conceituadas empresas. Não tenha dúvidas, o feedback positivo dos nossos clientes ratifica a qualidade dos nossos serviços, Se quer o melhor Preço DJ para Casamento, aqui é o seu lugar.
Entre em contato conosco e adquira o mais qualificado Dj para sua festa ou evento, o excelente Preço DJ para Casamento é exatamente o que você precisa.

Sem espaço?

Eventos pequenos geralmente são realizados em espaços limitados, interferindo no tamanho da pista de dança do DJ, consequentemente você terá que escolher uma estrutura pequena. Como uma Cabine do DJ com uma pista de dança ideal de 4×4 ou até 3×3 fazendo com que sua festa tenha espaço para os convidados dançarem sem atrapalhar o layout de outros elementos do salão.

Salões Médios

Já para espaços médios temos mais opções, como a trave grande, possibilitando uma montagem mais aprimorada talvez com uma cortina de LED ao fundo do DJ, um painel de alta resolução, ou até mesmo uma estrutura formato em T se prolongando até a pista de dança.

Vocês possuem algum Site para eu poder verificar fotos do Dj som iluminação?

Conheça nosso Dj para Festa profissional do BALADAS SP DJS.
Trabalhamos com foco total em nossos clientes, priorizando entender a fundo os gostos musicais e os objetivos com seu evento, garantindo assim momento único e inesquecível!
Sinta-se à vontade e tranquilo para contratar um Dj profissional, com som de festa e iluminação de qualidade.

DICAS DO DJ para festa:

Noivos e aniversariantes: NÃO SAIAM DA PISTA DE DANÇA! Os convidados querem estar aonde vocês estiverem. E se for na pista de dança, perfeito.
Uma dica que costuma dar certo é: peça aos amigos mais próximos que escolham uma música para tocar no dia (e não deixe de garantir que ela condiz com o estilo de repertório escolhido). Na hora que escutarem suas músicas sugeridas, vão se acabar na pista, além de se sentirem mega queridos e homenageados. Isso costuma funcionar para não deixar a pista vazia.
Combine com aquele seu amigo dançarino e despachado, de puxar a galera com várias coreografias fáceis de copiar. O pessoal adora essa interação.

Além do Dj som iluminação, o Baladas SP oferece a montagem de um flyer de festa pra você.

Envie um convite especial em formato de flyer de festa para seus convidados acharem o máximo!
Nós disponibilizamos isso pra você.

Formas de pagamento:

Oferecemos pagamento via Banco do Brasil, Itaú ou Pagseguro Uol para facilitar a contratação.

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2019.08.28 15:29 eventbot What's happening around town (Wed, Aug 28th - Tue, Sep 3rd)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Ongoing

  • Art Show at DNA Galleries (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Sep 8th Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Driving Miss Daisy (Pollard Theatre - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Sep 7th Alfred Uhry's Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Driving Miss Daisy" kicks off Pollard Theatre's 33rd season.…
  • Hicks and Booneshine (Noir Bistro & Bar - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Nov 25th Live talk show with Spencer Hicks and Kristy Boone.…

Wednesday, Aug 28th

  • 🍴 Anthem Drown Night! (HiLo Club - Oklahoma City) Our local friends at Anthem Brewing Co. have some great beers! Every Wednesday night from 9pm to close enjoy $8 Drown Night! Their Power Pils will be flowing!
  • Art Moves At Mary Eddy's: Rachel Lynch (21C Museum Hotel - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 12:00pm
  • The Book of Will (Paseo - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Aug 31st Visit Oklahoma City's Paseo District as Shakespeare on the Paseo presents: The Book of Will. This play, which will…
  • 🎓 Botanical Balance FREE Yoga (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:45pm Botanical Balance FREE YOGA presented by Fowler Toyota, sponsored by Tinker Federal Credit Union and Stephenson Cancer Center Tuesdays, 5:45 pm and Saturdays, 8 am Check in at the Visitor Center and find out location which changes depending on the season Instructors provided by This Land Yoga Bring a mat, water, and an “open mind”…
  • 😂 Dan Chopin (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Sep 1st
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. Iowa Cubs (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 7:05pm
  • 🍴 Dope Poetry Night (ICE Event Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Every Wednesday night at the Ice Event Center Sports Bar and Grill located at the heart of Oklahoma City! Sign ups begin at 7pm and show begins at 7:30pmish. Free Admission! Free vendor set up! Bar Restaurant
  • 🎓 JobNewsUSA.com Oklahoma City Job Fair (Embassy Suites - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am ATTN: Job Seekers! Hundreds of Jobs are up for grabs at the Oklahoma City Job Fair on August 28th! This is your opportunity to meet one-on-one with recruiters and hiring managers from some of the area’s best businesses who are now hiring for immediate openings - Featuring high-paying jobs in the Energy & Transportation industries.
    Whether…
  • 🎓 Paddlesports Retailer (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Paddlesports Retailer is the only place where you can see a curated mix of brands that specifically serve paddlesports retailers. In 2018 more than 140 exhibitors brought over 250+ brands to the show, and the numbers expand each year as more relevant products are introduced and incorporated. New for 2019: more brands representing fishing…
  • SINGO Wednesdays (Lower Bricktown - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Beat the midweek hump with the new bar game that everyone is talking about! SINGO is a new and exciting musical spin on the traditional game of Bingo. Instead of listening for a number, players are listening to their favorite music. Enjoy 1/2 price domestic drafts & discounted appetizers! Plus we will be giving prizes each night to the winners.…
  • 🎨 Summer Signature Tour (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Aug 30th Start Time: 1:00pm
  • 🏃 Tai Chi and SAIL Classes Stay Active & Independent for Life: Wednesdays and Fridays (Edmond Senior Center - Edmond) Start Time: 1:30pm Come join us for these free exercise programs. Tai Chi class is one of the most effective exercises for the health of mind and body. SAIL (STAYING ACTIVE AND INDEPENDENT FOR LIFE) Sail is a fitness program for older adults, which can be done sitting or standing. Performing exercise that improves strength, balance and fitness is critical for…
  • Western Movie Matinees (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Western Movie Matinee Dub & Mozelle Richardson Theater 1:00 p.m. Join us for these curated selections made possible with support from anonymous film fans. Popcorn provided. Free admission on Wide Open Wednesdays courtesy of the Oklahoma Ford Dealers.
    ¡Paseo! (Ride!): Caballeros, Vaqueros and Gauchos in American Films In an effort to explore…
  • Zumbini (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 10:30am

Thursday, Aug 29th

  • 40 Minutes or Less: Local Female Filmmakers (Artspace At Untitled - Oklahoma City) 40 Minutes or Less presents independent, arthouse and avant-garde short films. This program at ARTSPACE at Untitled…
  • 🎓 Audition Workshop-Xanadu Jr (Edmond Fine Arts - Edmond) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • The Big News/Brujo/Schat and The Skeleton Trees (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm @[794948847233674:274:The Big News], @[356601404795351:274:Brujo], and @[1083827991766271:274:Schat and The Skeleton Trees] play The Deli! Show at 10pm, 21+, More info TBA
  • The Book of Will (Paseo - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Aug 31st Visit Oklahoma City's Paseo District as Shakespeare on the Paseo presents: The Book of Will. This play, which will…
  • 😂 Dan Chopin (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Sep 1st
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. Iowa Cubs (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 7:05pm
  • 🎓 Paddlesports Retailer (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Paddlesports Retailer is the only place where you can see a curated mix of brands that specifically serve paddlesports retailers. In 2018 more than 140 exhibitors brought over 250+ brands to the show, and the numbers expand each year as more relevant products are introduced and incorporated. New for 2019: more brands representing fishing…
  • 🎨 Summer Signature Tour (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 1:00pm
  • The Wise Guys (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00pm

Friday, Aug 30th

  • Bariatric Surgery (Mabel C. Fry Public Library - Yukon) Start Time: 10:00pm Bariatric surgery is becoming a popular alternative for those who are struggling with health issues. Join us to learn more about the risks and benefits of the bariatric procedure. You will learn about insurance options, recovery time, expectations and what bariatric vitamins are required after the procedure. Free to attend for both patients…
  • The Book of Will (Paseo - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Visit Oklahoma City's Paseo District as Shakespeare on the Paseo presents: The Book of Will. This play, which will…
  • 🎓 Brian Gorrell & Jazz Company (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 😂 Dan Chopin (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Sep 1st
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. New Orleans Baby Cakes (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Sep 2nd Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the New…
  • 🎓 Getting Started in Windows 10 (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 9:30am In this 2-hour session, you will discover how to Log in, navigate the Windows 10 interface, find existing Apps, and your first App. Then you will explore the Solitaire, Weather and Calendar Apps on your Windows 10 device.To attend, contact Meridian Tech at 405-377-3333, there is a $15 fee for attending this session. @[139181842792560:274:The…
  • Greg Jacobs (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🎡 Groovement w/ Rousey (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm @[570217156407767:274:Tikkun Olam Productions] presents: @[99588770974:274:Groovement] returns to @[112865642083516:274:The Deli], Norman OK Friday, August 30 Local support from Rousey $10 adv/ $12 DOS Pre-sale tickets available at: https://www.ticketstorm.com/event/groovement/thedeli/norman/23104/ Groovement, a lively, six man funk-rock group…
  • Jared Lesh Truck and Trailer Sorting (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Three trucks, two trailers, two saddles, and a golf cart! All in ONE weekend JL Truck & Trailer series finals!
  • Kansas in Concert (Riverwind Casino - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm Grab your friends and head to Riverwind Casino in Norman for a night with legendary rock band Kansas. For over four decades,…
  • 🍴 Kyle Reid & Johnny Carlton : Friday Happy Hour (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm Another fantastic Friday Happy Hour show at The Deli! Join us for the low swingin' jazz and big band sounds of Kyle Reid and Johnny Carlton. No Cover and non-smoking. 7-9pm. 21+
  • 🎨 Mike Wallace Is Here (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 5:30pm “As riveting as it is topical, 'Mike Wallace Is Here' offers an unflinching look at the legendary reporter, who interrogated the 20th century’s most formidable figures. During his 50 years on the air, Wallace’s aggressive reporting style and showmanship has redefined what America has come to expect from broadcasters. Unearthing decades of…
  • Quinton Castleberry (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 7:30pm NO COVER!! Quinton Castleberry , Norman OK SingeSongwriter 21 To Enter, ID Required
  • Red Jumpsuit Apparatus in Concert (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Relive classic emo, alt-rock tunes like "Face Down" and "Your Guardian Angel" as the Red Jumpsuit…
  • 🎓 Summer Daze 2.0 Back to School Party (Opolis Prod - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • 🎨 Summer Signature Tour (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 1:00pm
  • Sundowners Support Group (Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00pm Sundowners Support Group offers support for those that are caring for someone in their life who is experience Sundowners Syndrome, dementia, Alzheimer's or other age related cognitive issues.
  • 🏃 Tai Chi and SAIL Classes Stay Active & Independent for Life: Wednesdays and Fridays (Edmond Senior Center - Edmond) Start Time: 1:30pm Come join us for these free exercise programs. Tai Chi class is one of the most effective exercises for the health of mind and body. SAIL (STAYING ACTIVE AND INDEPENDENT FOR LIFE) Sail is a fitness program for older adults, which can be done sitting or standing. Performing exercise that improves strength, balance and fitness is critical for…
  • Travis Linville (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Wild Heart (Arcadia Round Barn - Arcadia) Start Time: 1:00pm Join us for an afternoon of live music and fun!

Saturday, Aug 31st

  • 10 Year Anniversary Show (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • The Book of Will (Paseo - Oklahoma City) Last Day Visit Oklahoma City's Paseo District as Shakespeare on the Paseo presents: The Book of Will. This play, which will…
  • 🎓 Botanical Balance FREE Yoga (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00am Botanical Balance FREE YOGA presented by Fowler Toyota, sponsored by Tinker Federal Credit Union and Stephenson Cancer Center Tuesdays, 5:45 pm and Saturdays, 8 am Check in at the Visitor Center and find out location which changes depending on the season Instructors provided by This Land Yoga Bring a mat, water, and an “open mind”…
  • 😂 Dan Chopin (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. New Orleans Baby Cakes (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Sep 2nd Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the New…
  • Fall Gardening (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Saturday, August 31, 10am The Garden Classroom Member $9; Nonmember $14 Larry Hocking, Berry Creek Farms Register by Thursday, August 29 REGISTER HERE Learn how to grow cool-season vegetables in your own backyard. This class will emphasize design and preparation, planting and maintenance strategies, as well as harvesting. Tickets:…
  • Edmond Farmer's Market (Festival Marketplace - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00am
  • Gardens Monthly Walking Tour (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Guided Walking Tour Last Saturday of Every Month, 10-11am Garden Grounds FREE Expand your knowledge of Oklahoma plants and find inspiration for your own garden with our educational walking tours. Each month will feature different plants from our outdoor collection that make great choices for our region – from year-round color to…
  • Labor Day Weekend (Andy Alligator's Fun Park & Water Park - Norman) Start Time: 11:00am Spend your holiday weekend at Andy Alligator’s! From Saturday, August 31st through Monday, September 2nd save $5 on a Dual Park Pass! This includes all day access to both the Water Park and Fun Park for just $31.95 (regular price $36.95).
  • 🎡 Learn to Curl with the Oklahoma Curling Club (Arctic Edge Ice Arena - Edmond) Start Time: 5:00pm Our LTC's are a 2 hour class where we teach you how to deliver the stone, sweep, score and then play 1-2 full ends so you can see what it's like to play an actual game. Reserve your place today! Just click the square link, choose your preferred date and pay the $25 fee per person. Space is limited. You are only guaranteed your place with…
  • Let's Kick This Off! (Othello's of Norman - Norman) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • Mary Ann (The Patriarch Craft Beer House & Lawn - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • 🎨 Mike Wallace Is Here (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 5:30pm “As riveting as it is topical, 'Mike Wallace Is Here' offers an unflinching look at the legendary reporter, who interrogated the 20th century’s most formidable figures. During his 50 years on the air, Wallace’s aggressive reporting style and showmanship has redefined what America has come to expect from broadcasters. Unearthing decades of…
  • Miss Brown To You (Oklahoma City University - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Miss Brown To You: Mary Reynolds & Louise Goldberg (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00pm A folk ballad from the misty hills of Kentucky. A sophisticated jazz standard, heard through a New York doorway. Steamy blues from New Orleans, circa 1920. A swinging two step at the dance hall, where Bob Wills is on the stand. A samba igniting the hills of Rio de Janeiro. Colorful original songs. These musicians perform with passion and…
  • OU Sooners vs Houston Cougars (Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium - Norman) Get ready for some edge-of-your-seat action as the Oklahoma Sooners take on the Houston Cougars at Norman's Gaylord…
  • Peace and Love Tour (Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Center - Midwest City) Start Time: 7:00pm Return to Woodstock with 2 hours of peace and music. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of a rock and roll moment that changed history. Relive the music of Creedence Clearwater Revival, the Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, The Who and more from the Woodstock era as performed live by the national touring Paisley…
  • 🏃 OK Runner Brookhaven Run *2019 Oklahoma Road 5K State Championship (Brookhaven Village - Norman) The 2019 Oklahoma Road 5K State Championship! Oklahoma's #1 5K and one of the state's oldest running events! Run with the most elite field of professional runners in the state.
  • 😂 STAND-UP COMEDY NIGHT Featuring D'LAI (The Paramount OKC - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30pm
  • Steelwind (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🍴 That's So Foxxi Benefit Show (The Boom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Join us on Saturday, August 31st starting at 8pm for a fantastic benefit show for our very own Miss Gay Oklahoma USofA At Large Foxxi Chanell Paige! Featuring great entertainment by some of your favorite performers, you don't want to miss this show! Doors open at 6:30pm so be sure to arrive early and enjoy dinner, too! \u200b
  • 🏃 Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk (Mitch Park - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00am The Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk Series was created to honor the heroic life and death of Stephen Siller, a New York City firefighter (FDNY) who lost his life on September 11, 2001 after strapping on his gear and running through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the Twin Towers.
  • 🎓 U.S. Cellular Workshops: Back to School and a Student’s First Cellphone (U.S. Cellular - Norman) Start Time: 10:00am It’s that time of the year where kids are heading back to school. It’s also a time where many of these students begin to be given more responsibility. One responsibility that students may face is getting their first cellphone, a subject that many parents are anxious to tackle. The most appropriate age that a child should be given a…
  • 🎓 U.S. Cellular Workshops: Back to School and a Student’s First Cellphone (US Cellular - Midwest City) Start Time: 9:00am It’s that time of the year where kids are heading back to school. It’s also a time where many of these students begin to be given more responsibility. One responsibility that students may face is getting their first cellphone, a subject that many parents are anxious to tackle. The most appropriate age that a child should be given a…
  • 🎓 U.S. Cellular Workshops: Back to School and a Student’s First Cellphone (U.S. Cellular on Rockwell - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am It’s that time of the year where kids are heading back to school. It’s also a time where many of these students begin to be given more responsibility. One responsibility that students may face is getting their first cellphone, a subject that many parents are anxious to tackle. The most appropriate age that a child should be given a…
  • 🎭 Xanadu Jr Auditions - Junior Theatre Production (Edmond Fine Arts - Edmond) Start Time: 9:00am

Sunday, Sep 1st

  • 😂 Dan Chopin (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. New Orleans Baby Cakes (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the New…
  • Robert Cray in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Robert Cray has been bridging the lines between blues, soul and R&B for the past four decades, with five Grammy wins and…

Monday, Sep 2nd

  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. New Orleans Baby Cakes (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the New…

Tuesday, Sep 3rd

  • McClain County Free Fair (Purcell Expo Center - Purcell) Thru Sat, Sep 7th The annual McClain County Free Fair in Purcell includes 4-H, FFA, HCE and open class competition events, an antique tractor…
  • Shinyribs in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Don't miss an outrageously good time as Austin royalty Shinyribs (Kevin Russell) takes over the historic Tower…

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2019.08.21 01:10 countygeneral Woodstock at 50 (A CNN Special Report)

Original airdate: August 17, 2019
In August 1969, in the midst of intense political and cultural change, nearly half a million people came together for three days of peace, love, and music, sex, drugs and rock and roll. Plagued by rain, chaos, and wary rural locals, it should have been an epic humanitarian disaster, but there was enough human connection to influence entire generations.
Fifty years later, now that music festivals are a $32 billion industry, what became of the values and ideals of all those music fans and hippies in the mud? On the golden anniversary of Woodstock, CNN’s Bill Weir speaks to fans, organizers and artists who were there, including Rock and Roll Hall of Famers David Crosby, Graham Nash and John Fogerty. On a road trip across genres and generations, Weir explores the real legacy of the music festival.
CNN is there as Woodstock co-creator Michael Lang tries to repeat the magic of ’69 and stage “Woodstock 50” with superstars like Jay-Z, Miley Cyrus and Dead and Co. Weir treks to Bonnaroo, one of the most popular festival offsprings, to examine the evolution of the modern festival and whether today’s generation still believes that music can change the world.
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2019.08.19 21:46 joeclark5 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Woodstock

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