Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Balancing rock geology: Allman brothers' youtube in an emailing from Yale University, It rocks big time, Added it to the growing Rock and Roll wiki page at WUaS, Group video with you for real, real time music making ... which software, which internet protocols, Google Hangouts eventually?, New Steeleye Span recordings added to Folk Rock page at WUaS, including full albums from the 1970s


Just got this Allman brothers' youtube from the Fillmore East in New York City, (and not San Francisco) in 1970, in an emailing from Yale University ...

It rocks big time ...

Allman Brothers - Whipping Post, 9/23/70 HQ


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6up076lSH8 ...


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... added it to the growing Rock and Roll wiki page at WUaS  ...




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Let's go here musically ... as well as along the Scottish Country Dance and British song into electric folk rock (e.g. Steeleye Span) path for soaring and playing for dancing ...


Check out the "Musical Jamming" and the "Music Composition" wiki pages for related growing free software ...


http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Musical_Jamming ...

 http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Music_Composition


Looking forward to hopping into group video with you for real, real time music making ... :)

Group video with you for real, real time music making ... which software, which internet protocols, Google Hangouts eventually?


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"Hair: The Tribal Love Rock Musical" is a little pale/Broaday-ish compared with this Allman Brothers ...


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And Steeleye Span's electric folk rock from a totally different island (e.g. the British Isles, and not Turtle Island, or North America, viz. Gary Snyder) in the same decade (65-75) creates powerful rock music in a completely different way ....


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New Steeleye Span recordings added to Folk Rock page at WUaS, including full albums from the 1970s :)

Folk rock music
http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Folk_rock_music


e.g.

Steeleye Span. 1975. Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat (Full Album). UK: DeDoDoDoDeDaDaDa89 Youtube channel.






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1 comment:

Hendon Harris said...

These large rock formations all have a common theme. Regardless of their shape I believe these shapes are tied to ancient Buddhism.
Google: Krishna's Butterball in India for a huge rounded rock like the Buddhist temple in Burma and the so called Devil's Marbles in Australia as well as the round balanced rock on the side of the hill in Scotland. Ancient Buddhists were renown rock carvers from the Pre
Christian era up to at least the 5 th century and beyond. Check out the Ellera Caves in India and the Giant Buddha Rock statues in 5 th
Century Afghanistan. Google: "Ancient Buddhist Symbols and Customs in North America" and "Mushroom Rock State Park Kansas".
These are called Chattras in Sanskrit the ancient language of India. The lieeral interpretation of Chattra is "Mushroom" as in Mushroom
Rocks. For other images of chattras in N America google: "Snake Dancers Rock Walpi Village", "Bent Hoodoos by Ned", "Cobra Rock
Moab" and "Rock Formation Devil's Lake Wisconsin". Go to the Images Section there. For an example of this same formation in an
acknowledged Buddhist civilization in Thailand google: "Isan Home of Ancient Dvaravati Ruins".
The carving of massive stone projects throughout the ancient world was the passion of Buddhist religious devotees.