Laces Other Place
What fabulous guitar work. I could listen forever.
2008 IAIA Golden Kayak Nominees
nominated for Best Easy Listening/Soft Rock Song
Very sweet, cruisy instrumental that feels like the sun shining thru the window as you look out on the open freeway..Travelling from New York to California in 1967 probarbly..Nice..
THE BLACK SHEEP
THIS IS HOW SHEEP MATE
The JazzXpress Caravan
You can never have enough of guitar excellence performed by Tommy "G" on classical guitar, and Jim Carpenter on acoustic guitar a Tommy "G" Giarratano composition, here given the Jammer treatment. Another winner 2007!
LEGENDARY MUSIC II
Stress levels were high today and energy levels were equally low. It didn't make for a good day. I couldn't even muster up one of those TGIF grunts!! Still, it was a beautiful spring day, one of the nicest that we have had so far this year. I was in and out of the cabin all day trying to enjoy the encouraging fresh spring air being warmed to summer-like temps. Inside, old Rascal struggled through another day. How he keeps going on what he doesn't eat is a miracle. Maybe he doesn't want to go as much as I don't want him to go. I know that he looks forward to this time of the day, or dusk as it is now, the time when we try to forget what didn't go right during the day and are thankful for what did, and blessed for any time that we get to spend together in music. I found the perfect song to match my pensive and serendipitous mood - "Interlude" by the Village Jammers. I'm watching an amazing golden purple sunset slowly drifting below the horizon, and the Village Jammers are making it one of the most beautiful I've seen and felt in a long time. Yes, these guys are making me feel this one, just like the ones I've been promised by a special someone in Texas. I don't want this sunset to end and I don't want this great song to end. These guitars that the Jammers are pickin' and strummin' are so sweet, soft and enchantingly classical, talking back and forth to each other the way they do. I can close my eyes and see Superstition Mountain and hundreds of those odd-armed Saguaro cacti stretched like silhouettes up and own both sides. While I'm listening and dreaming, I'm also counting blessings and giving thanks for another day and for old Rascal still here, and for beautiful music like the kind the Jammers have finished my day with. Congratulations on your Golden Kayak for Best Easy Listening Soft Rock Song 2007 - "Interlude", and welcome to Legendary Music II.
Very nice accoustic guitars song !
Oh man, these guys just play so sweet. Another perfect fit for the Bokum Twilight.