ARETHA FRANKLIN – NATURAL WOMAN – 1971 | YouTube
Adele – Natural woman (live) | YouTube
A NATURAL WOMAN VH1 DIVAS LIVE | YouTube
I analyzed the chords of 1300 popular songs for patterns. This is what I found. | Blog – Hooktheory
First we’ll look at the relative popularity of different chords based on the frequency that they appear in the chord progressions of popular music. Then we’ll begin to look at the relationship that different chords have with one another. For example, if a chord is found in a song, what can we say about the probability for what the next chord will be that comes after it?
Analyzing the chords of 1300 popular songs | The Loop
Bobby McFerrin Bach | YouTube
Bobby McFerrin plays… the audience! | Video on TED.com
観客を「奏でる」人間楽器ボビー・マクファーリン：Bobby McFerrin Plays The Audience | Long Tail World
Why Your First Mix Is Likely Your Best Mix | The Recording Revolution
Your first mix is often your best | The Loop
Some great advice here. Watch the short video with Bruce Swedien, the engineer that mixed Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” — after 91 mixes, the version that went on the album was mix number 2.
Leonard Cohen spent years struggling with his song “Hallelujah.” He recalls being in a New York hotel room in his underwear, “banging my head on the floor and saying, ‘I can’t finish this song.’ ” He wrote perhaps as many as 80 verses before paring the song down and recording it on the 1984 album “Various Positions.” Then his label, CBS Records, refused to release “Various Positions,” not realizing that “Hallelujah” would become one of the most haunting, mutable and oft-performed songs in American musical history.
A Cold and a Broken “Hallelujah” | Killing the Buddha
A ‘national treasure’: Sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar dies aged 92 | The Independent
Ravi Shankar, Who Brought Sitar Music to the West, Dies | NYTimes.com
Ravi Shankar : ラヴィ・シャンカール、死去 | BARKS ニュース
Ravi Shankar : ノラ・ジョーンズ、父シャンカールのパフォーマンス映像を掲載 (1) | BARKS ニュース
Dave Brubeck – Take Five – 1966 | YouTube
Dave Brubeck dead at 91 | chicagotribune.com
Dave Brubeck, a jazz musician who attained pop-star acclaim with recordings such as “Take Five” and “Blue Rondo a la Turk,” died Wednesday morning at Norwalk Hospital, in Norwalk, Conn., said his longtime manager-producer-conductor Russell Gloyd.
Dave Brubeck, jazz great, dead at 91 | The Loop
デイヴ・ブルーベック、逝く | maclalala2