Purple 2: Prince - Purple Rain HQ
Purple 3: Purple by Ken Nordine
Purple 4: Deep Purple - Smoke On The Water HD 1973 (Live in USA)
Figure 1: @5star I dare you to out purple me. You have 24 hours.
Get the hell out of my head! How did you even know I was even workin' on it???
Is that all you got?
Purple @5star: Big Moe — Purple Stuff
Looks like summins gots sum catchin’ up 2 du.
I bet you 100 billion dollars that you cant touch this — Gogogl Bordello Start Wearing Purple Kinetic Typography (Full).
Not. Even. Close.
Awesome stuffs to be sure!!
Surly you're aware that I created colored bacon, purple bacon is a big part of that!
But hey, that was wayyy back in 2010. Here's a close up, try not to salivate on your ipad...
Interesting colored bacon lore... much thanks & love for my interview with AOL, colored bacon was coined rainbow bacon. And on the west coast in Cali it is also known as pride bacon ...thanks to Hilton!
But that's not purple specific enough, I want to do something typographic.
More l8tr sk8tr...
ps. payment in 99.999 % pure gold bars pls and thx.
Sheb Wooley: Purple People Eater
I always wondered, was it purple or just looking for purple people to eat?
Murex: the originaly princely purple.
@Nick. That never bothered me… until now.
http:// – Gordon Lightfoot's Canadian Railroad Trilogy.
worth further investigation:
A friend just gave me some old vinyl as thanks for a bit of pro amico design, one of which was WEDNESDAY MORNING 3AM by Simon and Garfunkel.
I had never heard of it, not surprisingly as I discovered (thanks to some googling), as it was their ﬁrst album, released and ignored during the British Invasion of 1964. However, it was re-released a couple of years later, after their record company had added orchestration to The Sound of Silence, and that became a huge hit—which I was familiar with.
So I went straight to that track, and yes indeed, the album I had was the ’64, with the plain voice-and-guitar-only Sound of Silence. I had long known about how Columbia had jazzed up the song with strings and drums, but had never once heard the original, until yesterday. It’s nice!
A bonus is the awesome cover design, with its friggin’ huge distressed stencil lettering (NOT a font!), and the Cinemascope shot of the boys in suits and ties on a subway platform.
That's awesome! The text & the jacket art seems to be totally NYC!!
Well worth a bit of pro amico design.
Love that ampersand!
http:// -- Marillion's "Heart Of Lothian", another favourite of mine and definitely not some generic fixed-bps 4/4 compo.
With all the sabre-rattling in N. Korea, there is only one appropriate song right now: http:// Black Sabbath's War Pigs.
Creep ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lML2N4xB9GU
Stop Your Sobbing ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wB9zg_JIL0k
William Basinski, The Disintegration Loops
Quick Crew — China Concept 2013 (02:06). More of a cool dance video with an interesting back track, but I do quite like it right now. Fifty bucks says 5star does too…
Tac that 50 onto the sweet 100,000,000,000.00 c'monin' my way ;)
There's an awesome documentary movie of Keith Richards up on YouTube!
Keith Richards - Life (Documentary Movie) 1/6
Hopefully you can navigate your way to the other parts.
I'll wager the whole $100,000,000,000,050.00 Nick Shinn is a gonna watch every single one of 'em.
X Minus One - Knock, A Gun for Dinosaur, Junkyard and others...
I started to watch, but couldn’t stand the voiceover and cutting all over the place.
In general I detest documentaries, and would rather they show the musicians performing in long takes.
But I did like Buena Vista Social Club, Standing in the Shadows of Motown and The Future is Unwritten.
Let’s go Crazy (hard rock-version) — Prince
I'm doing the Stones North American Tour. Fun - and hard. Using Blair ITC for most of it, looks better to me than many of the new pretenders, Sweet Sans, Aviano, Idlewild, et al. I used Tungsten Narrow Semibold for the teaser campaign. Works well LARGE on signage.
Currently listening to 4'33'' looped.
I've moved on from Cageian silence to The Stanley Brothers. Love it.
John, this combined with the description of the 20-foot+ space around your desk over at the other place I am beginning to imagine that your office has a vaulted ceiling and would be very disappointed to discover that you do not have an organ in there as well.
The Clash ...all!
Train In Vain ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3Yl4ehzX-o
Police On My Back ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sq_HtgGOIfE
This Is England ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsdNPwzLH_k
Foster the Peoplehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=347Y-gKWNNQ
Pumped Up Kickshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDTZ7iX4vTQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6A1bRQk8MM -- H.C. Lumbye's Britta Polka.
Mash up of Soul Train and Daft Punk's "Get Lucky"
Most everything about Soul Train is AWESOME!
Jamiroquai ... all.
My musical tastes can hardly compare in excitement to those of many people here; I am listening to such tunes as
Germany's 1968 ESC entry, composed by Horst Jankowski (of Ein Schwarzwaldfahrt fame)
A cover version of a song based on an old folk song about a farmer who lost his only cow... (not available on mobile devices)
http://www.pykett.org.uk/ where there are many MP3'd recordings by Mr. Pykett available to borrow. Might want to read his organ research, too.
Lana del Rey.
Trio in G major
Gottfried August Homilius (1714–1785)
On the organ of the Great or Jacobijner Church in Leeuwarden
The album http://Days by Real Estate has been my favorite music discovery of the year so far.
‘On the organ of the Great or Jacobijner Church […]’
Not a ghostly performance by Homilius himself, of course.
Bach's cello suites are absolutely perfect for type-drawing. I strongly recommend Roel Dieltiens' magnificent 2010 recording on Etcetera, on Baroque cello. (Not to be confused with his 1991 recording of the same work on Accent. No good.)
Magical three hours of drawing to 2:30-2:45 of Voodoo Chile.
Doesn’t sound like a loop to me.
The album «Organflóra» w/ Haukur Guðlaugsson – about 2½ hours of organ music.
WARNING : hear this once and neither song will ever be the same again.
The soundtrack to Chariots of the Gods, also known as Errinerungen an die Zukunft.
Current workout beats:
Everything I can find from The Necks. Simply brilliant stuff!!
See them live here:
It’s all pure improvisation, no rehearsals, nothing....
Queneau, that repeated bassline made me think of the Ron Carter tune "A Quick Sketch"--there's a version here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCSbDVEcJgk
Not just listening, but watching as well: http:// (Kraftwerk's Trans Europa Express)