Category: Rock


  1. Gok
    Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store -- Jazz, Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, R&B, Latin, Brazil, African, World Music, Avant, Rock, Blues & more LPs, CDs, vinyl.
  2. Fenrigrel
    Oct 07,  · The Great Pyramid of Giza is undoubtedly one of the most well-known icons of the ancient world. But thousands of other pyramids exist, not just in Egypt, but across the entire globe, including Europe, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. The reason why so many ancient civilizations, many of which had no contact with each other, were constructing pyramids at around the same time .
  3. Grozil
    The Pyramids of Giza are part of the Giza Necropolis. Along with the three well-known structures, the Giza Necropolis is comprised of The Sphinx, smaller pyramids that are tombs of the members of the royal family as well as mastabas [step pyramids] where the pharaohs’ relatives and officials were buried to aid them in the afterlife.
  4. Dokazahn
    "Pyramids" is a song by American singer Frank Ocean, released as the second single from his debut studio album Channel Orange (). The song was written by Ocean and produced by Malay and Om'Mas vacocthambtaslitocutisorcecomvyu.coinfo track features an uncredited guitar solo from singer John vacocthambtaslitocutisorcecomvyu.coinfo June 7, , Ocean posted a small teaser video featuring a snippet of the song onto his Tumblr account, and .
  5. Kagagal
    Jazz Congress Day 2, Session 6: Celebrating Randy Weston: With his September 1, passing the jazz world lost a truly singular pianist-composer-bandleader and endless seeker of the African essence of music and spirituality.
  6. Makree
    Atrist: Randy Weston Africa Rhythms Album: Saga Year: Label: Gitanes Jazz Total playing: Tracks: 1. The Beauty of it All 2. Loose Wig 3. Tangier Bay 4. F.E.W. Blues 5. Uncle Neemo 6. Lagos 7. A Night in Mbari 8. Saucer Eyes 9. The Three Pyramids and the Sphynx Casbah Kids
  7. Zuzahn
    papa Стаж: 13 лет 4 месяца Сообщений: papa · Авг (8 лет 10 месяцев назад, ред. Авг ).
  8. Nikotaur
    The editorial staff at JazzProfiles begins its retrospective on the musical career of pianist, composer and bandleader Randy Weston [ - ] with the following excerpt from Gary Giddins’ Vision of Jazz as it offers three important takeaways: [1] a concise analysis of the elements that make up Randy’s piano style, [2] a general overview of Weston’s recorded music and [3] a.

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