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Los Angeles based boutique label Hidden Beach Recordings announced earlier this month the signing of legendary jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis. The three time Grammy® winner who rose to prominence in the early 1970’s will release his 80th collection on September 20, 2011 entitled Ramsey, Taking Another Look., On the ten song CD Lewis and his Electric Band breathe new life into many of Lewis’ favorite tunes including a new rendition of the Stevie Wonder penned “Living for the City” and a new edit of the original “Sun Goddess” recording featuring Earth, Wind & Fire.
1 Oct 2011
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(Medley) 1. Giant Steps 2. Got A Match (Chick Corea Electric Band) 3. A Night In Tunisia (Poncho Sanchez) 4. Island Magic (Dave Weckl) 5. Menjaga Hati*(Yovie Nuno) 6. Dia Milikku*(Yovie Nuno) 7. Friend Of God (Israel & New Breed)
7 Dec 2009
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Albert Hammond - Free Electric Band 1973 My father is a doctor, he's a family man, My mother works for charity whenever she can, And they're both good clean Americans who abide by the law, And they both stick up for liberty and they both support the war, My happiness was paid for when they laid their money down, For Summers in a Summer camp, and Winters in the town, My future in the system was talked about and planned, But I gave it up for music and the free electric band I went to school in hand-washed shirts with neatly ordered hair, The school was big and newly built and filled with light and air, And the teacher taught us values that we had to learn to keep, And he clipped the ear of many idle kid who went to sleep, And my father organized for me a college in the East, But I went to California, the sun-shine and the beach, My parents and my lecturers could never understand, Why I gave it up for music and the free electric band Well, they used to sit and speculate upon their son's career, A lawer or a doctor or a civil engineer, Just give me bread and water, put a guitar in my hand, 'cause all I need is music and a free electric band. My father sent me money and I spent it very fast, On a girl I met in Berkeley in a social science class, And I learned about her body, but her mind I didn't know, Until deep rooted attitudes and morals began to show, She wanted to get married, even though she never said, But I knew her well enough by now to see inside her head, She'd settled for suburbia and a little patch of land, So I geave her up for music and the free electric band. Hoo Hoo the free electric band da ba dab da dab da dab the free electric band da ba dab da dab da dab
9 Jan 2014
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"Signs" (live video) performed by Tesla Album: Five Man Acoustical Jam Year: 1990 Label: Geffen This official music video is copyright 1990 Geffen Records and is posted courtesy of UMG. I do not claim ownership to this song or video. All rights reserved by copyright holders. Jeff Keith - vocals Tommy Skeoch - guitars Frank Hannon - guitars, piano, organ Brian Wheat - bass Troy Luccketta - drums The lyrics (Arthur Thomas) are posted below: [Originally by The Five Man Electrical Band) And the sign says "Long-haired freaky people need not apply" So I put my hair up under my hat and I went in to ask him why He said you look like a fine outstanding young man, I think you'll do So I took off my hat, I said "Imagine that, huh, me working for you" [Chorus:] Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs Blockin' up the scenery, breakin' my mind Do this, don't do that, can't you read the sign And the sign says "Anybody caught trespassing will be shot on sight" So I jumped the fence and I yelled at the house Hey! What gives you the right! To put up a fence and keep me out, or to keep Mother Nature in If God was here, he'd tell it to your face, man, you're some kind of sinner [Chorus] Oh, say now mister, can't you read You got to have a shirt and tie to get a seat You can't watch, no you can't eat, you ain't supposed to be here And the sign says "You got to have a membership card to get inside" - uh! [Solo] And the sign says "Everybody welcome, come in, kneel down and pray" But then they passed around a plate at the end of it all And I didn't have a penny to pay So I got me a pen and a paper and I made up my own fuckin' sign I said, "Thank you Lord for thinking 'bout me, I'm alive and doing fine", oh [Chorus 2x] Yes! Some old song, called "Signs Signs", I wish we did write that one, but We didn't - wow! Alright
16 Feb 2013
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Albert Hammond - Free Electric Band 1973 My father is a doctor, he's a familiary man, My mother works for charity whenever she can, And they're both good clean Americans who abide by the law, And they both stick up for liberty and they both support the war, My happiness was made for when they laid their money down, For Summers in a Summer camp, and Winters in the town, My future in the system was talked about and planned, But I gave it up for music and the free electric band I went to school in hand-washed shirts with nearly ordered hair, The school was big and newly built and filled with light and air, And the teacher taught us values that we had to learn to keep, And he clipped the ear of many idle kid who went to sleep, And my father organized for me a college in the East, But I went to California, the sun-shine and the beach, My parents and my lecturers could never understand, Why I gave it up for music and the free electric band Well, they used to sit and speculate upon their son's career, A lawer or a doctor or a civil engineer, Just give me bread and water, put a guitar in my hand, 'cause all I need is music and a free electric band. My father sent me money and I spent it all on grass, On a girl I met in Berkeley in a social science class, And I learned about her body, but her mind I didn't know, Until the rootel attitudes and morals began to show, She wanted to get married, even though she never said, But I knew her well enough by now to see inside her head, She'd settled for suburbia and a little patch of land, So I geave her up for music and the free electric band. Hoo Hoo the free electric band da ba dab da dab da dab the free electric band da ba dab da dab da dab
14 Oct 2012
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Albert Hammond (born 18 May 1944, London, England) is a Gibraltarian-British singer, songwriter and music producer. He also wrote songs for others with frequent collaborator Mike Hazlewood. These include "Little Arrows" for Leapy Lee, "Make Me An Island" (1969) and "You're Such a Good Looking Woman" (1970) for Joe Dolan (which Hammond himself re-recorded in 1979, in a Spanish disco-style version), "Gimme Dat Ding" for The Pipkins in 1970 (itself a cover from the Freddie and the Dreamers album, Oliver in the Overworld), "Good Morning Freedom" for Blue Mink, "Freedom Come, Freedom Go" for The Fortunes in 1971 and "The Air That I Breathe" which was a hit for The Hollies in 1974. In 1971. Hammond also found time to sing on Michael Chapman's fourth album, Wrecked Again, and worked briefly with The Magic Lanterns on recordings of his and Hazlewood's songs and other material. He later moved to the United States, where he continued his professional career as a musician. He is known for his hits of the 1970s, released on Columbia subsidiary Mums Records, such as: 1. "It Never Rains in Southern California" 2. "The Free Electric Band" (the only single of his to chart in the UK) 3. "I Don't Wanna Die in an Air Disaster" 4. "I'm a Train" 5. "Down by the River" "It Never Rains in Southern California" reached number five in the American Billboard Hot 100 chart and became a million-seller around the world, the first in a string of eight charting singles that Hammond enjoyed over the next five years. The accompanying album also introduced "Down by the River" and "If You Gotta Break Another Heart" — which was recorded by Cass Elliot in a slightly rewritten version — and "The Air That I Breathe." The latter was Hammond's favorite song on the album, and it was later to become the last major international hit by The Hollies (and that group's last significant U.S. single for more than a decade). Meanwhile, Hammond's follow-up album, The Free Electric Band (its title track salvaged from the unproduced musical), was nearly as impressive musically as its predecessor, although it sold far fewer copies without a huge hit to drive its sales. Read More: *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Albert_Hammond
6 Jul 2012
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Una estupenda canción de Sir Albert Hammond, oficial de honor de la Orden del Imperio Británico, que fuera todo un número uno en las listas de medio mundo: THE FREE ELECTRIC BAND (LA LIBRE BANDA ELECTRICA). Una canción muy alegre, divertida de interpretar con la guitarra, como él mismo sabe hacer. Para conocer más canciones de Albert Hammond debes visitar su página web: www.alberthammond**** A wonderful song of Sir Albert Hammond, Official of Honor of the Order of the British Empire, that outside everything a number one in the lists of average world: THE FREE ELECTRIC BAND (LA LIBRE BANDA ELECTRICA). A very glad song, amused to interpret with the guitar, as he himself knows to do. In order to know more songs Albert Hammond you must visit its page Web: www.alberthammond****...
28 Apr 2012
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Wild Flag performs Electric Band , Live from Coachella, April 15, 2012. *******wildflagmusic****/ *******www.itunes.wild-flag****
17 Apr 2012
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A slideshow created to the song "Signs" by Five Man Electric Band. All Pictures belong to their respective owners!
22 Jun 2011
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the awesome electric band is now back in a reunion concert check these pre views
2 Jul 2010
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Here are some more rare and obscure psychedelic albums from my record collection. Some of these artists you may be familiar with, but others are extremely obscure. Sorry for my weird voice; I had a cold: 1) Lee Michaels -- Carnival of Life (A&M 1968) 2) Love Generation (Imperial 1967) 3) Good Rats (Kapp 1968) 4) Deep Six (Liberty 1966) 5) Val Stoecklein -- Grey Life (Dot 1968) 6) McCoys -- Human Ball (Mercury 1969) 7) Rotary Connection -- Songs (Cadet Concept 1970) 8) Great Metropolitan Steam Band (Decca 1969) 9) Zig Zag People -- Take Bubblegum Music Underground (Decca 1969) 10) Paupers -- Ellis Island (Verve 1969) 11) Bubble Gum Machine (Senate 1968) 12) Edison Electric Band -- Bless You, Dr. Woodward (Cotillion 1970) 13) Free Spirits -- Out of Sight and Sound (ABC 1966) 14) Group Image -- A Mouth in the Clouds (Community 1968) 15) Blues Magoos -- Never Goin' Back to Georgia (ABC 1969)
19 Jan 2010
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Spain by Chick Corea Electric Band live in Montreux
6 Sep 2009
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This is a humorous politically themed music video made in response to the original and is dealing with the artists response to the global financial crisis Artist: Sam Sharman Creators: Amanda Ceccato, Aran Mitchell and Annie Robertson
27 May 2009
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MOTU ( Dr Richard Michelson ) and his electric band 'The RoadHouse Jesters' playing one of MOTU's original tunes "Here Come Those Blues Again" at one of their 2009 shows McGuires' Club on Long Island, NY. This 10 min video is just a segment of a 45 minute live jam consisting of several songs that ran together as one long song. However, YouTube restricts the video length to 10 minutes which is why this is only a segment part of that performance. An alternate version of this original tune ...
15 Apr 2009
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MOTU ( Dr Richard Michelson ) and his electric band 'The RoadHouse Jesters' playing a classic blues song 'When The Levee Breaks" at one of their 2009 shows McGuires' Club on Long Island, NY. Guest harp player Ken "The Rocket" Korb joined the band on this tune playing harmonica. Check out more of MOTU's music on his TENTH CD which was just released Jan. 15, 2009 to RAVE Reviews! MOTU is also a SemiFinalist Winner in the 2009 International Blues Challenge (IBC) and is a recent winner of two ...
2 Apr 2009
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