BeachHouse Muzik (Music) with JenMarin 12/21/2016 01:00AM to 03:00AM
(2:11) Bob Dylan “Dignity - Piano Demo, Oh Mercy” from Tell Tale Signs on Columbia 2008
(3:41) Three Dog Night “Joy to the World” from Three Dog Night: The Collection on Spectrum
(4:12) Traffic “A Hidden Treasure” from The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys on Island Records
(2:56) Eels “Wooden Nickles” from Daisies of the Galaxy on DreamWorks
(3:01) Greg Brown “Driftless” from If I Had Known -Essential Recording 1980-1996 on Red House Records
(2:38) Lena Machado “U'ilani (Heavenly Beauty)” from Hawaiian Song Bird on Hana Ola Records
(4:11) KT Tunstall “made of Glass” from Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon on Virgin Records Ltd
(3:57) Cass McCombs “Brighter!” from Big Wheel and Others on Domino Recording Co Ltd
(2:40) Nat King Cole Trio “Nature Boy” from The Complete Capitol Recordings of the Nat King Cole Trio on Capitol Records
(2:40) Les Paul “Hummingbird” from The Best of the Capitol Masters: 90th Birthday Edition on Capitol Records
(3:30) Nikki Lane “Wild one” from All Or Nothin' on New West Records
(2:19) Rusty Evans “Chaos Lady” from Rusty Evans & Ring of Fire on O.S.I Music
(3:02) Lefty Frizzell “Run 'Em Off” from look what thoughts will do on Columbia
(3:28) David Nelson Band “I Don't Need It Anymore” from Once in a Blue Moon on Dnb Records
(2:36) Rare Bird “Nature's Fruit” from sympathy on Charisma Catalogue
(2:30) Stephen Stills “Don't Look At My Shadow” from Manassas on Atlantic Records
(3:47) Them “It's All over Now Baby Blue” from The Complete Them 1964-1967 on Legacy
(1:49) Rusty Evans “I Guess Things Happen That Way” from Rusty Evans & Ring of Fire - Tribute to Johnny Cash on O.S.I Music
(4:35) Chris Robinson Brotherhood “California Hymn” from Any Way You Love, We Know How You Feel on Silver Arrow Records
(4:11) Marmalade “Reflections of My Life” from Marmalade (The Ultimate Hits) on RP-DSP
(4:29) Neil Young “Here For You” from Prairie Wind on Reprise Records
(6:13) John Trudell “across my heart” from Johnny Damas and Me on Ryko/Rhino
(3:51) Cary Ann Hearst “The hardest thing” from Lions and Lambs on Shrimp Records
(1:30) The Beatles “I Me Mine” from Let It Be on EMI UK
(6:00) Rare Bird “What You Want to Know” from As Your Mind Flies By on Red Fox Records
(3:09) Earl Grant “teach me tonight” from Earl Grant on Vintage 2015
(2:57) Kacey Musgraves “high time” from Pageant Material on Mercury Nashville
(2:43) Lefty Frizzell “I Love You a Thousand Ways” from The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Country Music on Columbia
(13:58) Iron Butterfly “Butterfly Bleu” from metamorphosis on Rhino Atlantic
Reflections of My Life. . . Now and Then
Guitar Solo Facts . . .
The guitar solo in Reflections of My Life, often referred to as “reverse” guitar solo, was a sixteen “bar” sequence (termed “measure” in the USA) featured in the recording by Junior Campbell, the band's lead guitarist.
The first 4 bars were recorded as normal, with Campbell playing a long “G” note, tied over from the last beat of bar 3, through bar 4, with slight feedback sustaining the long note.
The eight track tape was then turned over, and Campbell played against the reverse sound of the track, including his initial first four bars ensuring that he played another long “G” near the same point which could be cross-faded against the original – the tape was then turned over to normal setup, and he selected just 4 bars from the reverse recording which are bars 4-7 inclusive – this was cross-faded with the original at bar 4 – lhe then picked up from bar 8 through to bar 16 as normal, so in fact, only 4 bars are actually “reversed”.
The solo was played on his left-hand Gibson Stereo ES355 using a Sound City stack. " according to wikipedia sources.
NATURE BOY!! Nat King Cole and Pat Boone - Featuring EDEN AHBEZ
Ahbez composed the song "Nature Boy," which became a No. 1 hit for eight weeks in 1948 for Nat "King" Cole and has since become a pop and jazz standard.
Living a bucolic life from at least the 1940s, he travelled in sandals and wore shoulder-length hair and beard, and white robes. He camped out below the first L in the Hollywood Sign above Los Angeles and studied Oriental mysticism. He slept outdoors with his family and ate vegetables, fruits, and nuts. He claimed to live on three dollars per week.