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Phil Collins - In The Air Tonight (Official Music Video) GREAT DRIVING SONG. BUT YOU GOT TO DRIVE FAST

Pink Floyd - "Time" [From LP 'The Dark Side Of The Moon' 1973] Composition: Gilmour, Mason, Waters, Wright ~ Vocals: Gilmour, Wright

"The Weight." The Band. The song was included on their first album apart from Bob Dylan, "Music from Big Pink." Lead vocals by the drummer, Levon Helm. I mourn with all the good people of Turkey Scratch, Arkansas, the passing of one of the great vocal stylists of the late 60s or any decade since.

NOW AVAILABLE THE A AVEDIS COLLECTION. Every part of the A Avedis Cymbal tells the story of a sound that has transcended time. A sound heard on thousands of top hits from swing to bebop to rock & roll. This vintage recreation has been remastered and is now available for a whole new generation of drummers. Delivering a thin loose played in feel to explore this NEW collection visit the link in the profile. Its your turn to create the next big thing in music. #Avedis #TheLegendarySound by…

Christmas Collection: 20th Century Masters [Original recording remastered] Vanessa Williams Vanessa’s interpretations of some classic spiritual Christmas songs such as “What Child is This”, “Hark the Herald Angels Sing”, “Do You Hear What I Hear/Little Drummer Boy”, “Angels We have Heard on High” and the “First Noel” are soulfully jazzy. : :

THELONIOUS MONK: " monk's music " ( fantasy records ) personnel: Thelonious Monk: piano (2-8); Ray Copeland: trumpet (1, 2, 4-9); Gigi Gryce: alto saxophone (1, 2, 4-9); John Coltrane: tenor saxophone (1, 2, 4-9); Coleman Hawkins: tenor saxophone; Wilbur Ware: bass (2-9); Art Blakey: drums (2-9).

Depeche Mode - People Are People (Remastered Video) (some songs never get old, some lyrics stand the test of time)

Rush: Self Titled LP, 1974. The debut album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1974 and remastered in 1997. Their first release shows much of the hard rock sound typical of many of the popular rock bands emerging from Britain earlier in the decade.