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The Beatles and the British Invasion of Rock and Roll

The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and the British bands made such an impact on my generation, we were awe struck from the first note and I know I wasn’t alone at the time, nor am I alone now. Perhaps the greatest cross-culture music movement of all time, and it triggered a rock renaissance in the USA […]

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Along the neck of a sitar.

The Song of the Butterfly

The Song of the Butterfly was recorded at a private session in Hungry 2014 with four brilliant artists in jam. This video has 15,592,964 views for a good reason, especially in today’s pop culture of electronically created music. This mesmerizing song is performed entirely in the spirit of the moment. While attending Everness Festival in […]

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Magnetar Enigma Deepens

The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies

In various online sources, a series of frequencies are listed as “The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies” as been revealed by Dr. Joseph Puleo and Leonard G. Horowitz. The proclaimed “Solfeggio frequencies” are: UT – 396 Hz – Liberating Guilt and Fear. … SOL – 741 Hz – Awakening Intuition. The Solfeggio Frequencies genesis is another online […]

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Once in a Lifetime

Once in a Lifetime

Once in a Lifetime – You may find yourself behind the wheel of a large automobile… You may find yourself in a beautiful house, with a beautiful wife… You may ask yourself, “Well, how did I get here?” …. My mind was blown when the Talking Heads dropped that song in 1982 and it still […]

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Mary Jane's Last Dance by Tom Petty

Mary Jane’s Last Dance by Tom Petty

Tom Petty, performing with Mudcrutch, at the Fillmore, San Francisco, on June 20th, 2016. She grew up in an Indiana townHad a good-lookin’ mama who never was aroundBut she grew up tall and she grew up rightWith them Indiana boys on an Indiana night Well, she moved down here at the age of eighteenShe blew […]

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Angus & Julia Stone performing at Casino de Paris in 2014. Sounds great

Sounds Like I want to hear more Angus & Julia Stone

Angus & Julia Stone performing at Casino de Paris in 2014. I found Angus and Julia Stone by chance when the algorithm for youtube introduced me, as soon as I heard them I wanted to hear more, now I’ve listened to their entire catalogue and enjoy every song. Sounds like I want to hear more of these […]

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Bob Marley

Bob Marley Movement of Jah People

To have a music category here on Silicon Palms and not mention Bob Marley, would be a massive mistake and an error by omission, since he’s the most important musician of my life. No other artist has touched me in the same way, and I don’t feel as though my appreciation of reggae and Bob […]

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Come together

Come together

The first cassette tapes I ever bought, Abbey Road and Cosmos Factory, at the same time on the same day, the first of innumerable cassette tapes. Prior to that, everything I bought was on vinyl. Come together, was the most powerful song I’d ever heard and “Cosmos Factory” by CCR was a perfect back-up (and […]

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Garota_de_ipanema - The Girl from Ipanema

The Girl from Ipanema

Brazil enjoys the largest recording industry outside of the United States, so the number of brilliant artists and the wide variety of genres (most people have never heard of), is truly staggering. The first time I’d ever hear this beautiful language was by vinyl record, as my father had a huge jazz collection, and even […]

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MVY Radio

Why MVY? Because Martha’s Vineyard Radio Rocks

Once upon a time I drove through Massachusetts on my way to New Brunswick, Canada from Ontario but I never made it to Boston, let alone Cape Cod or Martha’s Vineyard, they’ve been on my bucket list for years but that was as close as I ever got. So what does Martha’s Vineyard Radio (MVYRadio.com) […]

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