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Discovered this guy's channel a couple nights ago; Camille Sullet. I can't decide what I like more here - the tune, his playing, or the ridiculously great sounding snare drum.

 

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01 How Deep Is The Ocean 0:00
02 The Tree 6:26
03 Hope 11:59
04 Live, Be Where You Are 17:24
05 Why Was I Left Under The Sky 23:36
06 Living Under The Road To Paradise 29:35
07 Summer Rain 35:21
08 A Little Blues For You 41:21
09 A Blissful Smile 45:56
10 In Peaceful Sleep 51:18

Personnel:
Piano – Lars Jansson
Double Bass – Lars Danielsson
Drums – Anders Kjellberg

Composed By – Irving Berlin (tracks: 1), Lars Jansson (tracks: 2 to 10)
Artwork – Mimmo Paladino
Mixed By – Lars Jansson, Lars Nilsson
Recorded By, Mastered By, Producer – Lars Nilsson
Recorded in Studio 12, Sveriges Radio, Göteborg, 31/8 - 1/9 1999.
Mixed and mastered in Nilento Studio, Göteborg. Sweden, 1999.
 

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Listening to the new CD by Tal Wilkenfeld called "Love Remains". She previously played with Jeff Beck. Excellent bass player and song writer. I like her vocals, very unique. It's very good!

She's fantastic, and that's a great song.

Not that her sound is similar, but for me Tal's uniqueness and willingness to step outside typical conventions with her lyrics and phrasing puts her right along side artists like PJ Harvey and Tori Amos. Her voice is unusual and oddly addicting, if that makes sense. She also surrounds herself with exceptional musicians.
 

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Wow, I think I never heard this song before - but it sounds so familiar... amazing song
 

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Santana III
this is the Legacy edition. Different album..



check it out

tidbit:
Santana III was also the last Santana album to hit #1 on the charts until Supernatural in 1999. The 2005 edition of Guinness World Records stated that was the longest gap between #1 albums ever occurring (a record which is now held by Paul McCartney since his seventeenth solo studio album, Egypt Station, topped the Billboard 200 chart on 2018, his first since his 1982's Tug of War).

check it out
 
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