Jason Wright, Maschio, Stati Uniti

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  • Im2Jazzy4U

    re: best night ur life...hearing mccoy tyner do what he does best...u wished i was there...me2...thnx 4sharing...peace&greets, Jazzy

    9 Ago 2013 Rispondi
  • TuneBlendR

    Hey are the 'Last FM glitzes' fixed? Be cool to go catch some of the Dan's NYC shows, but they've sold out the best seats at $300 a pop; Perhaps if we go for a 3-day package and plead "hey, Walter, remember me? I'm the idiot who became your first scuba buddy? And likely first to spill!a beer on your regulator"! We'll get some brownie points with this approach, huh?

    8 Ago 2009 Rispondi
  • weejessica02

    Thanks for the link. Does the channel include other bands/artists that are similar to Steely Dan's sound, or is it strictly for Steely Dan, Don and Walt? Also, I've known the Dan for only about a year, but I love their sound very much and I want to listen to similar bands. Any recommendations? Thanks. :D

    24 Lug 2009 Rispondi
  • weejessica02

    Thanks for the add! :D Nice charts. Looking forward to connecting with you through great music. :D

    18 Lug 2009 Rispondi
  • HoneyPye

    For a second, I thought your icon was the flying head from Zardoz (no, don't look into it), but now I see it is not.

    17 Lug 2009 Rispondi
  • trank_grappa

    hi Jason our musical compatibility is super! ;-) i see Steely Dan on place 1 here, they will play in Montreux on 4th of july - and I'll be there. greez from swizz, Hansi

    14 Mag 2009 Rispondi
  • momoandkuro

    Hallo,Jasonwright. Thanks for your req. And I like The Nightfly too.

    12 Mag 2009 Rispondi
  • bluesbomb

    Thanks, ciao. Max

    12 Mag 2009 Rispondi
  • speculativism

    Many places. I guess it depends on the time frame. Recently I haven't been anywhere different than usual though.

    23 Apr 2009 Rispondi
  • lizvelrene

    Thanks for breaking that down for me. So Waters took advantage of Syd's breakdown in your eyes? I do love Syd's solo stuff. "The Madcap Laughs" is amazing, and he was such a unique talent. Like most folks, the only Pink Floyd that I'm very familiar with is DSOTM, Wish you Were Here, and The Wall. The other PF stuff I've heard isn't nearly as, uh, inspired as that to my ears, but maybe I should try some more. I actually like stuff like Terrapin better than any of PF, so maybe I should get their early songs..

    4 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • jasonwright

    I have no doubt that I, along wih the multitude of Pink Floyd fans are eternally grateful that Roger Waters crystallized his musicianship by synthesizing and focusing his craftsmanship with Dark Side Of The Moon and Wish You Were Here. However, there is but one "crazy diamond" which shines on, that being Syd Barrett.

    21 Feb 2009 Rispondi
  • jasonwright

    But let's not forget that it was the 2 original founding members (Richard Wright and Nick Mason,) along with Syd Barrett's replacement (David Gilmour) who collectively fired Roger Waters for his "repetitive, ceaseless subject matter;" which was/is mental illness, World War II and the English public educational system. i.e.: Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall. Ironically, Roger Waters wrote (to paraphrase) "Time," from DSOTM, which contains the aforementioned and the phrase, "...Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town, Waiting for someone or something to show you the way..." Looking at Pink Floyd from a parallax view, one could make the case that Waters was quite possibly and more obsessively insane (than his soulmate Syd Barrett;) albeit far more in "control."

    21 Feb 2009 Rispondi
  • jasonwright

    Point being; DSOTM and Wish You Were Here were Roger Water's renaissance, love letter master works to Syd; however, upon Syd's departure from Pink Floyd in 1968, original founding member Richard Wright (all keyboards) single-handedly carried and nurtured Pink Floyd up until Roger Water's " awakening. Granted, if you measure Pink Floyd's success in "$$$" terms, then Roger Water's version of Pink Floyd is for you. However, if you measure a band's success by actively listening to their progressive evolution, (which theoretically and justifiably should lead to massive "$$$,") then, you owe it to yourself to listen to Obscured By Clouds, Atom Heart Mother and Ummagumma.

    21 Feb 2009 Rispondi
  • jasonwright

    First and foremost, Syd (founding member) Barrett was the unequivocal nucleus of "The" Pink Floyd from their collective, embryonic incarnation in 1964. From 1966, through (relatively) 1970, Roger Waters quietly and patiently evolved into one of music's most evocative and profound composers and recording studio producers. Quite simply, Roger Waters turned all of his pain, (negative energy) into positive energy; as a result of "losing" his (Waters) friend (Syd); while learning and mastering world-class recording techniques at Abbey Road Studios.

    21 Feb 2009 Rispondi
  • lizvelrene

    So, Syd Barrett, Roger Water's opportunism and DSOTM - explain plz? I don't doubt it but curious about the details.

    18 Feb 2009 Rispondi
  • Rissacakes

    How cute. :)

    28 Gen 2009 Rispondi
  • lets_apple_in

    "Cartophene Cutletti sgribnim sosum" - have you got any idea of what you've said?

    23 Gen 2009 Rispondi
  • ana-barletta

    Well, thanks! I think I was very influenciated by my parents! hahaha

    22 Gen 2009 Rispondi

    Welcome aboard, jasonwright! Happy listening.

    15 Gen 2009 Rispondi
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