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2 Oct, 2012

Artists Suck - Various - Ox-Compilation #67 (CD)

Sensual, vibrant, fluid and inspiring, these songs invite us to celebrate our own vitality and to join in the dance of life. In our daydreams, in our night dreams, we enter a magical realm where anything is possible. On Piano Dreamers , nine fine pianists have contributed compositions, including five original works, creating a musical dreamscape to lift or quiet the spirit. Some pieces are solo, others lightly orchestrated. Piano Dreamers offers an hour of enchantment, a pause in the veil of time for weaving dreams.

For centuries music has spoken to our hearts of the essence of love. Grand compositions and melodies naive and pure have translated emotions unfathomable to the mind.

Music is a universal language, whose mysterious power beckons to the soul. To celebrate this sacred and timeless gift Real Music offers Eternity.

An extraordinary romantic collection containing sensitive and heartfelt examples of the many ways love can make us feel. These songs honor the memory and wisdom of the heart. The National Parks Series Box set. All four CDs together in one beautiful box, for the price of three! Skip to main content. Relaxation Collection 2 - Cool Breeze. Relaxation Collection 1 - Mirror Pond. Devotion Collection 1 - Blessings of the Heart. Sacred Spa Music Series Two. Eternity: A Romantic Collection.

Relaxation Collection 1 - Mirror Pond A calm mind is as pleasant and can be as palpable as lazing by a calm pond, absentmindedly watching the flight of a dragonfly. Forest Bathing Listening to this recording is like taking a walk in the forest where your cares and worries magically fall away.

Celtic Collection 1 The word Celtic conjures images of a timeless age, and at times a fierce land of stone cottages and peat fires, yet one also reflecting the color green associated with feelings of the heart. Namaste Yoga The chance to revisit your favorite artists perfectly sequenced, and ideally combined for yoga, meditation, massage or any relaxation experience. Finding Balance Juggling our busy lives with to-do lists and constant activity is, in its way, an attempt to bring about peace, yet doesn't necessarily quiet the mind.

Contentment Music designed to help the listener let go of stress and worry Honoring We always have the opportunity to practice Honoring in our lives. Comfort Music 2 The Comfort Music voyage continues as you sail across the oceans, lifted out of your worries, only to discover the treasure that comfort is deep inside you. Peaceful Mind Each Peace of Mind album is an hour of music crafted to bring you to a place of balance and harmony with both inner and outer worlds.

Oasis of Bliss Lush atmospheres, pensive piano melodies, sublime vocal textures and Asian-style flute wanderings circulate throughout this album. Metascore: 86 User Score: 7. Metascore: 64 User Score: 8. Metascore: 80 User Score: 7. Metascore: 78 User Score: 7.

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Metascore: 84 User Score: tbd. Metascore: 53 User Score: 5. Metascore: 55 User Score: 8. Metascore: 73 User Score: 7. Metascore: 76 User Score: 5. Metascore: 72 User Score: tbd. Metascore: 83 User Score: 8. Metascore: 74 User Score: 6. Metascore: 85 User Score: 8. Metascore: 71 User Score: 7. Metascore: 73 User Score: 6. Especially for well respected clubs, these engineers should be the best in the biz.

Who is this fun for? Typically the highs are so piercingly harsh that the only explanation is the sound guy has lost all of those frequencies in his hearing from years of cranking it up. One of the best live mixes I have heard in a long time. The sound booth is located on the side of the room, up top near the ceiling like the Viper room. However, unlike the Viper Room, Eric Brown at the Bootleg had a digital mixing board he controlled from his iPad and walked to various parts of the room discretely throughout the night, mixing.

I have to give him a public shoutout because this sound engineer was not only talented, but was actually doing the job he was paid to do. And putting some effort into it. Imagine that. The Hotel Cafe, another favorite spot of mine, always has great sound. They have talented house sound engineers who rotate nights.

Patrons love The Hotel Cafe because they know they will always get a great sounding show. They book top notch bands all curated by the owner, Marko , pay them a very competitive rate, and hire excellent engineers.

Venues need to step up. Get some honest feedback from your patrons. Follow him on Twitter: aristake. Well said. They definitely have the best and most consistent. I thought that was only being done by shady rap promoters. All my friends who have played there were all pay to play in some form. Maybe some get better deals than this, but the Viper room is allowing these kinds of shady promoters to operate from their venue. Which also begs the question, who the hell even thinks Viper Room is cool anymore?

It definitely does not have a lot of respect in the live community. Viper room is totally pay to play. I know a few bands from my city which will go nameless to protect the innocent , who have gone out to LA and played the Viper by paying for it. It was like that when I lived in Denver, too, about 10 years or so ago. A lot of venues there were doing that. Viper Room has some outside bookers which are pay to play or pre sale shows, Oh did I mention they pay the bands if they draw?

Depending on your reputation with the club, you take home a check. Recently, I went to a Local Opera house to hear a couple of great local bands that are affiliated with a local Music school, they were not allowed to use their own engineer because he was not union.

One guy soloed, the other went up in volume. I saw Perfect Pussy the other week, a band where proper mixing is critical, and we had to go out on the street and watch through the open door because the sound was better out there. Listening inside felt like I was being tortured. As a drummer that has been around since the first coming of punk I applaud your observations.

I am in a fairly popular blues band now and we refuse to do any pay to play gigs. I do attend a few to try to support friends but between knowing these shows are pay to play and coupling it with bad sound and a real bad attitude by most club owners and people who work for them I have radically curtailed my support.

I am thankful to have done gigs with promoters that actually did their homework and put together shows that had complementary bands. This added local draw for the bands on tour as well as exposing our bands to their crowd. In most cases a real win — win. I ran a club for over a year and put together some really interesting shows. We never asked for money from the bands AND everyone made money. Having a good sound system and a good mixer was KEY to all of these successful events.

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Alan Oldham. BPitch Control. Namy , Tracy Hamlin Terry Hunter. Tracy Hamlin. Spirit Soul. Up All Night Holt Blackheath. Farris Wheel Recordings. Layalina Sobek Remix ID , Faycal Azizi Sobek. Offering Recordings. Faycal Azizi. Bad Blood Nick Curly. Knee Deep In Sound.

Love Me Lebedev RU. Interesting Original Mix Diversity Javi Bora. Oblack Label. Where We Live Original Mix Mark Jenkyns , Andre Salmon.

Resonance Records. Mark Jenkyns. Andre Salmon. Afrik'Ami Tambor Vocal Mix Stan Zeff. Tambor Music. Fast Forward Full Pupp. Andrey Exx , Terri B! Andrey Exx. Terri B! Strung Out - Klawsterfobia Pulley - Fun All - I Got None Rancid - Blacklisted Diesel Boy - Chandeliers And Souvenirs Adrenalin O.

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Various Artists. #savefabric Physical Compilation. The #savefabric album features exclusive tracks from the full breadth of artists connected to our disco from Roman Flügel to DBridge. This was put together in just under three weeks and with limited time and financial resources it .

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