Wafeek Habib Концерт в Садах Победы

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ДиДюЛя - Путь домой. Из концерта Live in Saint Petersburg 2009.

USA, Tennessee, Nashville, Toyama Steak House / Штат Теннесси город Нэшвил, японский ресторан Toyama Steak House

Концертная программа / Concert program: 0:00:00 - Вступление / Introduction 0:01:22 - Посылка из Румынии / Parcel from Romania 0:05:32 - Винил / Vynil 0:11:21 - Русская / Russian 0:16:51 - Один день в сентябре / One Day in September 0:23:44 - Арабика / Arabica 0:34:26 - Музыка солнца / Music of the Sun 0:49:20 - На рассвете / At Dawn 0:58:58 - Пещерный город Инкерман / Cave City Inkerman 1:05:17 - Охота на волка / Hunt for a Wolf 1:10:53 - Семь поцелуев / Seven Kisses 1:16:12 - Ханг / Hang 1:20:52 - Идальго / Hidalgo 1:28:11 - Осень-август / Autumn-August 1:33:15 - Уличные страсти / Street Passions 1:40:13 - Шапито / Сhapiteau 1:44:02 - Сербская / Serbian 1:46:58 - Кофе утром / Coffee in the Morning 1:52:33 - Фламенко (бис) / Flamenco (encore) 1:56:55 - Заключение / Conclusion Музыканты: ДиДюЛя - акустические гитары Рустем Бари, Александр Леер - барабаны, перкуссия, голос Хайбула Магомедов - клавишные и компьютер Артём Лапин - бас-гитара Валерий Складанный, Рамиль Муликов - духовые инструменты Продюсеры: ДиДюЛя - http://www.didula.com Галина Полторак - http://ict-stars.eu Звукорежиссёр: Александр Иванков Художник по свету: Руслан Маклецов Видеооператоры: Оярс Зариньш, Эрикc Пиннис, Моника Зелтиня, Арсений Полторак Монтаж: Арсений Полторак - http://www.polartorsen.com Латвия, концертный зал «Дзинтари», 29 июня, 2013 г. Опубликовано с разрешения продюсеров концерта. ==================== ENGLISH ==================== Musicians: DiDuLa - acoustic guitars Rustem Barie, Aleksander Leyer - drums, percussion, voice Khaibula Magomedoff - keyboards and computer Artyom Lapin - bass guitar Valeriy Skladanniy, Ramil Mulikoff - wind instruments Producers: DiDuLa - http://www.didula.com Galina Poltorak - http://ict-stars.eu Soundman: Alexander Ivankoff Lighting designer: Ruslan Makletsoff Videographers: Ojārs Zariņš, Ēriks Pinnis, Monika Zeltiņa, Arsenijs Poltoraks Editing: Arsenijs Poltoraks - http://www.polartorsen.com Latvia, "Dzintari" concert hall, 29th of June, 2013 Published with permission from concert's producers

This is the absolute ULTIMATE experience of Queen's set at LIVE AID, this is the best video mixed to the absolutely superior stereo radio broadcast. This vastly superior audio mix takes a huge dump on all of the official mixes. Best viewed in 1080p. ENJOY! ***MAKE SURE TO READ THE DESCRIPTION*** 00:36 - Bohemian Rhapsody 02:42 - Radio Ga Ga 06:53 - Ay Oh! 07:34 - Hammer To Fall 12:08 - Crazy Little Thing Called Love 16:03 - We Will Rock You 17:18 - We Are The Champions 21:12 - Is This The World We Created...? Short song analysis: - "Bohemian Rhapsody": Although it's a short medley version, it's one of the best performances of the ballad section, with Freddie nailing the Bb4s with the correct studio phrasing (for the first time ever!). - "Radio Ga Ga": Although it's missing one chorus, this is one of - if not the best - the best versions ever, Freddie nails all the Bb4s and sounds very clean! Spike Edney's Roland Jupiter 8 also really shines through on this mix, compared to the DVD releases! - "Audience Improv": A great improv, Freddie sounds strong and confident. You gotta love when he sustains that A4 for 4 seconds! - "Hammer To Fall": Despite missing a verse and a chorus, it's a strong version (possibly the best ever). Freddie sings the song amazingly, and even ad-libs a C#5 and a C5! Also notice how heavy Brian's guitar sounds compared to the thin DVD mixes - it roars! - "Crazy Little Thing Called Love": A great version, the crowd loves the song, the jam is great as well! Only downside to this is the slight feedback issues. - "We Will Rock You": Although cut down to the 1st verse and chorus, Freddie sounds strong. He nails the A4, and the solo from Dr. May is brilliant! - "We Are the Champions": Perhaps the high-light of the performance - Freddie is very daring on this version, he sustains the pre-chorus Bb4s, nails the 1st C5, belts great A4s, but most importantly: He nails the chorus Bb4s, in all 3 choruses! This is the only time he has ever done so! It has to be said though, the last one sounds a bit rough, but that's a side effect of belting high notes for the past 18 minutes, with nodules AND laryngitis! - "Is This The World We Created... ?": Freddie and Brian perform a beautiful version of this, and it is one of the best versions ever. It's both sad and hilarious that a couple of BBC engineers are talking over the song, one of them being completely oblivious of the fact that he is interrupting the performance, on live television... Which was being televised to almost 2 billion homes. All rights go to their respective owners! -----Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use

September 26, 2016 by BOB BOILEN • They came, they measured, and they returned to perform a show like no other. It was the great NPR Tiny Desk Takeover by Blue Man Group. If you've not seen this performance ensemble and their production in New York, Las Vegas, Orlando, Boston, Chicago or Berlin, then you've missed a night of magical fun. These Blue Men may never say a word, but the performances make for poignant looks at who we are as humans. They also make unusual music on instruments of their own design. Josh Rogosin, our engineer for the Tiny Desk, first saw them in their early days, some 25 years ago at New York's Astor Place Theatre. He told me how the Blue Men would retrofit some of their theatrical magic — including their custom-made instruments, confetti cannons and streamers — to fit this small desk space. Every band that plays the Tiny Desk must work within the restrictions of the space. So instead of installing their entire signature PVC instrument, what ended up behind the desk was about a third of it. On the right side of the desk, their Shred Mill makes its internet debut: It's a drum machine triggered by magnets that changes rhythm depending where they are placed on the home-made variable-speed conveyor belt. They also invented something called a Spinulum, whose rhythmic tempo is controlled by rotating a wheel that plucks steel guitar strings. (You can read a full description on the instruments below.) In the end the Blue Men and their dressed-down accompanists performed a Tiny Desk concert like no other. I've been familiar with their music since my days as director of All Things Considered in the 1990s, when I would play their tunes between news stories. Seeing all this come to life (and I know this is true for Josh, as well) was simply unforgettable. From the unique sounds of the PVC to the strumming sounds of the Spinulum to their "Meditation For Winners" mantras, you'll get a taste of why this troupe's art is so universal and so much fun. THE INSTRUMENTS (as told to us by the Blue Man Group) Chapman Stick: A combination of a guitar, a bass guitar, and a washboard, the Chapman Stick is 10 strings and all neck. While it can be played with fingers, we often bow the Stick with a bass string. This method, pioneered by Blue Man Group, is called the Mandelbrot Stick Technique. Cimbalom: An old hammered chromatic string instrument from Hungary that we gave a plywood update to. It's normally played gently with soft mallets, but Blue Man Group hits it aggressively with drumsticks. Shredmill: Making its internet debut, this new Blue Man Group creation is a treadmill-shaped, electro-mechanical sequencer that a Blue Man (or anyone else) can use to create rhythmic patterns. Placing and/or moving the Shred Mill's tiny little magnets in order to change the sequence ("shredding") is dangerously addictive. If you are ever presented with the opportunity to shred, proceed at your own risk. Spinulum: Have you ever watched Wheel of Fortune and thought to yourself, "I wonder what would happen if I took that wheel, shrunk it down to about a foot in diameter, mounted it to a stand, and replaced that little white flipper with steel guitar strings?" Us too! The Spinulum is a brand new Blue Man Group instrument that is part slide guitar, part bicycle wheel, and 100 percent dynamite! PVC: Blue Man Group's signature instrument is comprised of several lengths of polyvinyl chloride pipe that make an almost synthesizer-like sound when struck with a closed-cell foam rubber paddle. This performance only includes the center, high-octave section of the PVC. This is not because we have a problem with the other sections of the PVC. We actually really like them. There just wasn't enough space. It's a tiny desk. MIDI PVC: The signature Blue Man Group PVC instrument shrunk down and electrified. SET LIST: "Vortex" "The Forge" "Meditation For Winners" Blue Man Group's Three is available now: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/three/id1086603889 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Three-Blue-Man-Group/dp/B01BZGFX5Y CREDITS: Producers: Bob Boilen, Josh Rogosin, Niki Walker; Blue Man Group Producer: Anita Shah; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Colin Marshall, Nick Michael, Kara Frame, Claire Hannah Collins; Blue Man Group Music & Creative Director: Jeff Turlik; Blue Man Group Director: David Bray; Production Assistant: CJ Riculan; Special Thanks: Blue Man Group Crew; Photo: Claire Harbage/NPR. For more Tiny Desk concerts, subscribe to our podcast: http://www.npr.org/podcasts/510292/tiny-desk-concerts-video

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