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Definitions

  1. Live performances are what separate the true pros from the amateurs, and Peter Murphy is a true pro. (Web site)
  2. Her live performances are an enthusiastic blending of original songs and tunes by such pop-oriented songwriters as Elton John, Don Henley and Gregg Allman. (Web site)

Drums

  1. Billy Kilson on drums is incredible in these live performances. (Web site)

Highlights

  1. Highlights include live performances by Alice in Chains and Soundgarden, as well as cameos by the members of Pearl Jam.

Years

  1. Chesney Allen withdrew from live performances in later years due to ill health, though ironically he outlived all the others.

Form

  1. And understandably, many of his recordings are in the form of live performances. (Web site)

Lively Conversations

  1. Ramsey Lewis brings together the influential artists in Jazz for live performances and lively conversations.

Roy Book Binder

  1. Fabrizio had opportunities to see and listen in live performances of legendary greats like Doc Watson and Roy Book Binder.

Film

  1. The film stars Ray Gange as a roadie for The Clash and splices in live performances by the band. (Web site)

Awards

  1. Immediately following the IDMA's, attendees will toast the Awards with a party boasting a lineup of DJs, Divas of Dance music and amazing live performances. (Web site)

Studio Recordings

  1. In Chapter 6, the studio recordings and live performances of smooth jazz are discussed. (Web site)

Masters

  1. Since discovering Jazz in 1995, he listens to the masters through recordings and live performances, as he believes it’s the only way jazz can be taught.

Number

  1. A number of his live performances have been issued in a series Jascha Silberstein: Live Performances (1-5).

Voice

  1. Her beautiful voice, strong songwriting ability and live performances drew comparisons to legendary singers Kelly Willis and Dolly Parton.

Career

  1. At the Drive-In's reputation for energetic live performances outlasted their career, a faint hint captured on various live video recordings.

Stage

  1. Parsifal was expressly composed for the stage at Bayreuth and many of the most famous recordings of the opera come from live performances on that stage.
  2. In 1977, Mutabaruka once again turned to the stage, and gave several live performances.

Part

  1. She took part in famous recordings with Beniamino Gigli and Arturo Toscanini, as well as live performances over the NBC radio network in the 1940s. (Web site)

London

  1. Discographical highlights include the (authorized) live performances in London of Maurice Ravel 's Gaspard de la Nuit, Chopin 's Sonata No.

Piece

  1. JJM Regarding the disparity of the quality of live performances and recordings, Coleman Hawkins said, "We'd play this piece like mad. (Web site)

Time

  1. Drummer Andy Knowles and bassist Toshi Yano both joined the band for live performances in time for their 2004 tour.
  2. The Dumble amp has not made an appearance on his live performances for some time since and including his best known live DVD at the Austin City Limits. (Web site)

Debut Album

  1. After just two weeks in that cavernous space the band had captured the inspired live performances which would form the backbone of their debut album.

Year

  1. That year also saw the first live performances from the band, which by then had already gathered many fans from around the globe. (Web site)
  2. As the year progressed he featured on the Wolverines` recordings and live performances. (Web site)

Bob Marley

  1. He also used a cowbell for live performances, evident in Bob Marley & The Wailers album Live!. (Web site)

Three

  1. The service, which lasted for three hours, also featured live performances by Maxi Priest, Shaggy, and five of Brown's sons. (Web site)

Operas

  1. From live performances at Bayreuth on July of 1967, these same operas are available on seperate CD's and on a box set from the Phillips label. (Web site)
  2. This was a time when televised broadcasts of operas was new and the Met live performances were still to come.

Interviews

  1. The two-disc release includes the original album and a second disc with new acoustic recordings, live performances from 1989, and interviews with Amy. (Web site)

Set

  1. In live performances, blues, often with swing or shuffle beats, was usually a substantial component of the set. (Web site)

Records

  1. An American businessperson has coined the phrase "enyanomics" to explain Enya's ability to sell millions of records without giving any live performances.

Addition

  1. In addition to their energetic live performances, the band are also noted for their often improvisational renditions of songs.

Person

  1. Glenn Gould was another person whose live performances sounded, to me, too cold and mechanical. (Web site)
  2. Previously, the only way for Marcia Ball's fans to hear one of her stellar live performances was to see her in person.

Photographs

  1. As Madonna rose to fame, her signature look portrayed in photographs, live performances and music videos, became increasingly influential among young women.

Collection

  1. Mahalia Jackson: Collection combines a number of live performances from the legendary figure. (Web site)
  2. This hour-long performance video from 1988 marks the 250th anniversary of the Kirov Ballet with a collection of highlights from live performances.

Beatles

  1. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Grand Funk Railroad and The Who began the practice of live performances for large audiences in stadiums and arenas.

Group

  1. Renamed the X-ecutioners, the group released its debut album, X-pressions, in 1997, and began making a good living with live performances.
  2. That year, the group also released their ABBA Live album featuring selections of live performances throughout their career. (Web site)

Exhibitions

  1. All the main tourist attractions are situated within easy reach of the Amstel Botel and guests will be able to attend exhibitions and live performances.

Count Basie

  1. There are meetings with Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Count Basie, as well as excerpts from the Songbook recordings and a number of live performances. (Web site)
  2. The home release Count Basie: The Sound of Swing features vintage footage of Basie leading his big band in a series of live performances. (Web site)

Studio

  1. The musical transition required that Davis and his band adapt to electric instruments in both live performances and the studio. (Web site)
  2. Acoustic is a compilation album of John Lennon demos, studio and live performances that feature his acoustic guitar work and was released in 2004. (Web site)
  3. Cliff Stapleton played Hurdy Gurdy on several live performances, but also in the studio for Coil at various points throughout the 2000s.

Recording Sessions

  1. The varied personal styles that the trio brought to recording sessions and live performances represented the culmination of Jamaican trio-style singing. (Web site)

World

  1. Live performances (with just a mic and a Mac) around the world followed, which included new versions of Nitzer Ebb songs. (Web site)

Audience

  1. Often during live performances, Wilson will also introduce the band to the audience.

Muddy Waters

  1. Winter was further inspired at the time by the live performances of classic blues artists like Muddy Waters, B.B. King and Bobby Bland.

Playing

  1. In live performances, Winter often tells the story about how, as a child, he dreamed of playing with the blues guitarist Muddy Waters. (Web site)

Own Band

  1. In 1945, Jacquet put together his own band, and both his recordings and live performances were quite exciting.

Musical Instruments

  1. That sum refers to the sale of CDs, music electronics, musical instruments, and ticket sales for live performances; it represents a 4.35% growth over 2004. (Web site)
  2. On stage, NIN performs amongst visually spectacular elements and live performances often culminate with the destruction of musical instruments. (Web site)

Video

  1. The video also included a couple of live performances from earlier in the band's career. (Web site)

Videos

  1. It started a trend in the UK of making videos for songs to air in place of live performances. (Web site)

Opening Act

  1. In addition to his role in the band, Ramsey has performed solo as the opening act before live performances by the band.

Song

  1. In live performances, Jason Newsted often sang for part or all of the song, notably in recorded footage in San Diego, California.

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