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Cyclops n Nebulon Girls Night Out At The Noise Art opera. Hard Rock Vocal Version with hard rock Guitar n Synth produced in a "Cinematic" hard rock style n noise art soundscapes. This Symphonic piece is from the full online rock opera LP "The Here n Now Love of an alien Steel Grey." Get the LP here featuring the Supernatural Gospel Gears and Rusty n Sparky Lynne Newcomer who is the sister of Dan Hartman from the Edgar Winter band who wrote the hit song from the early 70's Free Ride from the recording unit signal30 on the album.. Thanks for watching video and listening to the music. - Lenny
22 Sep 2017
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An award-winning guitarist teaches you how to play "Free Ride" by the Edgar Winter Group. This is a sample of a 31 minute video available for download at iVideosongs****.
25 Jul 2008
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Hi, this is powercore1. as you can see, i don't have hyper cam,so i had to use a regular camera. this song doesn't have any singing though.+ Edgar winter looped every instruments to make this song! it was the first song with all the instruments. Enjoy - Powercore1.
7 Jul 2009
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16 Sep 2010
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legion of rock stars
13 Mar 2010
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Get inspired by the tunes from your favorite movies and put it into a playlist. CJ Hillyer breaks it down for you.
17 Sep 2011
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Get inspired by the tunes from your favorite movies and put it into a playlist. CJ Hillyer breaks it down for you.
22 Sep 2011
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July 16th 2006. "A Love Bizarre" is a song written by Prince and Sheila E. for Sheila E.. The song is a duet between Sheila E. and Prince and it appears on Sheila E.'s 1985 album Romance 1600. It clocks in at 12:16, but the single version is 3:46 in duration. The song was Sheila E.'s last major hit and her second biggest behind her debut single "The Glamorous Life". The song was performed in the film Krush Groove which Sheila E. also had a major supporting role in. The song was a major hit and reached #1 in Urban radio airplay & Dance/Club play, #2 on the U.S. R&B charts and #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 & Pop radio airplay. The German 12" single release is backed by the B-Side "Save The People" that also served as the B-Side for her previous single "Sister Fate"
25 Jan 2012
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Terry Silverlight was invited as a guest performer clinician at PASIC and this video is an excerpt. Terry's presentation was based upon his drum instruction book, THE FEATURED DRUMMER, published by Music Sales. The book is accompanied by an audio CD which Terry is playing along to on this video. That's John Patitucci playing 6-string electric bass. Special thanks to PASIC for allowing the viewing of this video. Purchase Terry Silverlight's CD "WILD!" at iTunes****, CDBaby**** or www.terrysilverlight****. The CD features Terry's drumming and original music with stellar performances by Will Lee, Paul Shaffer, Edgar Winter, Hiram Bullock, Chuck Loeb and others. Purchase Terry's drum instruction books, THE FEATURED DRUMMER and THE STICK BAG OF JAZZ, FUNK, FUSION, published by Music Sales, at Borders, Barnes & Noble, and anywhere music instruction books are sold. The book is accompanied by an audio CD of Terry playing the exercises backed by Barry Miles and John Patitucci.
8 Feb 2007
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Terry Silverlight Band at Birdland in New York featuring Terry's original compositions accompanied by Will Lee on bass, David Mann on sax, Lew Soloff on trumpet, Clifford Carter on piano, John Tropea on guitar, and guests Barry Miles on piano and Tabitha Fair on vocals. Purchase Terry Silverlight's CD "WILD!" at iTunes****, CDBaby**** or www.terrysilverlight****. The CD features Terry's drumming and original music with stellar performances by Will Lee, Paul Shaffer, Edgar Winter, Hiram Bullock, Chuck Loeb and others. Purchase Terry's drum instruction book, THE FEATURED DRUMMER, published by Music Sales, at Borders, Barnes & Noble, and anywhere music instruction books are sold. The book is accompanied by an audio CD of Terry playing the exercises backed by Barry Miles and John Patitucci.
21 Feb 2007
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Terry Silverlight Band at the Metropolitan Cafe in New York. Featuring Terry's original compositions accompanied by Barry Miles on piano, Will Lee on bass, David Mann on sax, Tony Kadleck on trumpet. Purchase Terry Silverlight's CD "WILD!" at iTunes****, CDBaby**** or www.terrysilverlight****. The CD features Terry's drumming and original music with stellar performances by Will Lee, Paul Shaffer, Edgar Winter, Hiram Bullock, Chuck Loeb and others. Purchase Terry's drum instruction book, THE FEATURED DRUMMER, published by Music Sales, at Borders, Barnes & Noble, and anywhere music instruction books are sold. The book is accompanied by an audio CD of Terry playing the exercises backed by Barry Miles and John Patitucci.
8 Feb 2007
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In the spirit of Halloween I hope this video scares the crap out of you! Featuring 154 Morphed monsters, both real & imaginary. Music "Frankenstein" by the Edgar Winter Group. I bet you can't recognize all of the monsters
19 Jun 2008
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