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25 Sep 2017
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An organ and an electric piano perform a fashionable melody line accompanied by stylish electronica. INSTRUMENTATION Organ - Lee Fitzsimmons * Piano - Lee Fitzsimmons * Electric piano - Lee Fitzsimmons * Synthesized chords- Lee Fitzsimmons Electronic bass - Lee Fitzsimmons * Electronic drums, sleigh bells, and stereo techno percussion - Lee Fitzsimmons An organ and an electric piano play together in unison as they present the theme for the A section of this beautiful electronica composition. In the B section, the piece modulates to somewhat distant key, the beat switches to half-time, and sleigh bells are added to the mix. In the C section, the groove returns to normal time and the electric piano presents a lively melody that is quick and spirited for four bars and then legato and sustained for the next four bars, as it sets up a modulation to return to the original key established at the beginning of the A section. The entire ABC pattern repeats three more times, and then the compostion ends on a final sustained tone. This sparkling tones featured in this bedazzling electronic arrangement express the vibrance of gemstones and their importance to glamorous fashion and stylish decor. This brilliance is further enhanced when it is displayed in the evening hours. Such is the essential ambience of this exquisitely produced soundscape, which provides an sensibly eloquent musical backdrop for almost any type of glamour-themed production.
25 Sep 2017
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This tropically flavored work features modern reggae sounds and sweet electronica goodness. Flute - Lee Fitzsimmons * Marimba - Lee Fitzsimmons * Acoustic bass - Lee Fitzsimmons * Fender Rhodes - Lee Fitzsimmons * Electronic ambience chords - Lee Fitzsimmons * Drums, shakers, triangle, and marc tree - Lee Fitzsimmons This happy song is full of mirthful delight and playfully elegant sounds that tickle the funny bone of the ear. The main groove is established with the drums, acoustic bass, Fender Rhodes, and electronic ambience. They play a very thick two chord vamp as the triangle provides some neat syncopated rhythms. The melody (played on flute and marimba) enters over this vamp and plays over its cycle twice. The piece then enters the B section, as the melody begins a delightfully pleasant arpeggiated figure that leaps about playfully and ends on the high note of the piece. The various sections repeat a few times, and the piece ends with a brief coda and a final note. The overall ambience of this work invokes the essence of joy and bliss found when the responsibilities of the world do not weigh heavily on one's shoulders. Even though the cares of the world have not gone away, they are manageable and it is possible to still have a light heart. The currents of this piece also support a type of vibe that allows productive thought and action to occur as the strains of the melody sing within the soul so that one's daily labor is a thing of beautiful existence and not an undesirable chore.
26 Sep 2017
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This jazz waltz features vocal, saxophone, and flute performances accompanied by a jazz trio. Vocal - Lee Fitzsimmons * Live Yamaha tenor saxophone (YTS - 21) - Lee Fitzsimmons * Live Gemeinhardt flute - Lee Fitzsimmons Piano - Lee Fitzsimmons * Acoustic bass - Lee Fitzsimmons * Drum kit and ride cymbals - Lee Fitzsimmons LYRICS "Think I'm gonna go sail away, forever and a day. Through the clouds and over the trees, think I'm gonna go sail away. Gonna get me a big balloon, so I can fly away to the moon. Through the stars on Mercury's tune, gonna get me a big balloon... Breathe deep the golden air, swirling through our minds. We'll find a solace there, an essence so sublime." "Maybe we could fly away to Mars, the whole universe is ours. See the light wherever we are, maybe we could fly away to Mars. Jupiter and Venus, too. That's what I'm really gonna do. Saturn in it's hazy dew, Jupiter and Venus, too... Breathe deep the golden air, swirling through our minds. We'll find a solace there, an essence so sublime." The jazz trio sets up a spirited groove; the vocal begins. A soulful tenor saxophone fills the gaps of the vocal melody during the verses. In the chorus, a playful flute plays during the vocal breaks as a clever modulation occurs. After the chorus, the saxophone takes a lively be-bop style ride and is then joined by the flute, so the pair can present a two part harmony that sets the stage for the second verse. The entire form repeats and the song ends on the final note of a brief coda. The philosophical essence of this tune is the concept of "floatation" as an allegory for the ascent of the kundalini energies up the spinal cord. The planetary chakras of alchemical lore are mentioned in the lyrics as guiding beacons of light that guarantee that the balloon's pilot is never lost.
27 Sep 2017
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A faerie tune performed on flute and accompanied by twin acoustic guitars and playful percussion. Flute - Lee Fitzsimmons * Marimba - Lee Fitzsimmons * Live Takamine acoustic guitars - Lee Fitzsimmons * Acoustic bass - Lee Fitzsimmons * Kick drum, rainmaker, wind chimes, guiro, claves, triangle, shaker, and sleigh bells - Lee Fitzsimmons This woodland-flavored composition is straightforward and simple. The twin acoustic guitars ring some high-pitched chords using different inversions as the kick drum and acoustic bass set up the beginning groove. The guiro along with two sets of differently pitched claves play a coordinated figure, giving the introduction a very distinctive color that continues throughout the piece. When the flute enters with the main melody, the entire ensemble begins playing the main groove as the rainmaker pours water over the mix. This tune consists of three sections that repeat until the song fades. At the end of the first section, the flute begins jumping octaves as it simulates the flight of a butterfly or a faerie. The sleigh bells enter at the beginning of the second section and the guiro and claves drop out. In the third section, the melody merges with the underlying harmonic structure and the two become one. The entire form then repeats several times before the piece ends.
28 Sep 2017
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The character called Groove is a quite weird figure! It has no legs, but a wheel... But it dances pretty nice with it! The song in this video is a cover version of Snoop Doggs and Justin Timberlake summer hit Beautiful, and I think its quite well done...
2 Sep 2006
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Here you can see the Groove video again, but the Sound is different. In this video you can hear a coverversion of Ushers Smashhit "Yeah" and I think it does fit better then the beautifull song!
20 Jul 2006
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Anime:Rave The Groove Adventure Artist:Blind Guardian Song:Time Stands Still (At The Iron Hill) Album:Nightfall in Middle-Earth Enjoy!^^
1 Apr 2007
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groove in the office
14 Sep 2007
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let's groove tonight - Tokyo starwars troopers
17 Oct 2007
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How fun is this fire art car and dj booth from the Apokaliptika team? They say they are though, but sure they got their fire groove going on too!
24 Nov 2007
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This is a clip of a funky groove born at the end of a long session of single stroke roll practice...blowing off a little steam.
26 Feb 2008
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The official video-clip of the new hit-single "Writing on the Wall" by 2-4 Grooves
9 Apr 2008
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This month we chat with DJ Brian Burnside of Deepa Grooves. ***Exclusive video by Muema for www.BounceFM****
9 Apr 2008
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DJ Brian Burnside - Deepa Grooves - Sullivan Room - April 2008.***Exclusive video by Muema for www.BounceFM****
13 May 2008
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One of the Johnny Voyages Contact Sessions Onemix based on an Deee-Lite Classic Song "Groove Is In the Heart" (1990), plus bonus Deee-Lite Interview.
11 Jun 2008
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