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Who Finds a Friend Finds a Treasure / Bud Spencer and Terence Hill


Johnny Johnny - "Volto já"


Luís Guilherme ao vivo

 

Fnac Algarve Shopping, dia 25 agosto pelas 17 horas.
Entrada livre.

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Music for All

"Dear John" - Status Quo


"When I'm President" - Ian Hunter


Dionne Warwick & Friends - "That's What friends are for"


"Acordei o vento" - Dina


"Nó cego" - Jáfumega


Lionel Richie - "Stuck on you" - Live


Algarve Smoth Jazz Festival 2019


quinta-feira, agosto 15, 2019

"Easy" - The Commodores"



Johnny Nash - Bio

John Lester "Johnny" Nash, Jr. (born August 19, 1940) is an American reggaeand pop music singer-songwriter, best known in the US for his 1972 hit, "I Can See Clearly Now". He was also one of the first non-Jamaican singers to record reggae music in KingstonJamaica.[1]
Johnny Nash
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Johnny Nash in 1965
Background information
Birth nameJohn Lester Nash, Jr.
BornAugust 19, 1940 (age 78)
OriginHoustonTexasU.S.
GenresTraditional popreggae
Occupation(s)Singer-songwritercomposeractor
Years active1956–present
LabelsEpicJAD

Life and musical careerEdit

Born John Lester Nash Jr. in HoustonTexas, he began as a pop singer in the 1950s. He released four albums for ABC-Paramount, with his self-named debut in 1958. Around 20 singles were released between 1958 and 1964 on a variety of labels such as Groove, Chess, Argo and Warners. He also enjoyed success as an actor early in his career, appearing in the screen version of playwrightLouis S. Peterson's Take a Giant Step. Nash won a Silver Sail Award for his performance from the Locarno International Film Festival.
In 1965, Johnny Nash and Danny Sims formed the JODA Records label in New York. One of the more interesting signings was four brothers from Newport, Rhode Island, ages 9, 11, 15 and 16, called The Cowsills; this was prior to their later signing with Mercury/Philips, and then MGM, for whom they had their first million-selling hit single, "The Rain, The Park & Other Things". The Cowsills went into the studio in New York with session musicians and recorded a number of songs like "Either You Do Or You Don't" and "You Can't Go Halfway". Eventually The Cowsills wrote and recorded their own song, "All I Really Wanta Be Is Me", which became the group's debut single release on JODA (J-103).
Nash recorded several hits in Jamaica, where he travelled in early 1968, as his girlfriend had family links with local TV and radio host and novel writer Neville Willoughby. Nash planned to try breaking the local rocksteady sound in the United States. Willoughby introduced him to a local struggling vocal group, Bob Marley & The Wailing Wailers. Members Bob MarleyBunny WailerPeter Toshand Rita Marley introduced him to the local scene.[2] Nash signed all four to an exclusive recording contract with his JAD label and also an exclusive publishing contract with Cayman music. An advance was paid in the form of a weekly wage and JAD also financed some of their recordings, some with Byron Lee's Dragonaires and some with other local musicians such as Jackie Jackson and Lynn Taitt. None of the Marley and Tosh songs he produced were successful. Only two singles were released at the time: "Bend Down Low" (JAD 1968) and "Reggae on Broadway" (Columbia, 1972), which was recorded in London in 1972 on the same sessions that produced "I Can See Clearly Now."
"I Can See Clearly Now" sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A. in November 1972.[3] "I Can See Clearly Now" reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 4, 1972, and remained atop the chart for four weeks, and also spent the same four weeks atop the adult contemporary chart. The I Can See Clearly Now album includes four original Marley compositions published by JAD: "Guava Jelly", "Comma Comma", "You Poured Sugar On Me" and the follow-up hit "Stir It Up". "There Are More Questions Than Answers" was a third hit single taken from the album.
Nash was also active as a composer in the Swedish romance Vill så gärna tro(1971) in which he portrayed Robert. The film soundtrack, partly instrumental reggae with strings, was co-composed by Bob Marley and arranged by Fred Jordan.
JAD Records ceased to exist in 1971, but it was revived in 1997 by American Marley specialist Roger Steffens and French musician and producer Bruno Blum for the Complete Bob Marley & the Wailers 1967–1972 ten-album series, for which several of the Nash-produced Marley and Tosh tracks were mixed or remixed by Blum for release. Nash's biggest hits were the early reggae(rocksteady) tunes "Hold Me Tight" (a number-five hit in the US in 1968 and the UK, the tune used more than a year earlier in Score commercials) and "Stir It Up" (1971), the latter written by Bob Marley prior to Marley's international success. In the UK, his biggest hit was with the song "Tears On My Pillow" which reached number one in the UK Singles Chart in July 1975 for one week.[4]
After a cover of Sam Cooke's "Wonderful World" and "Let’s Go Dancing" in 1979, for many years Nash seemed to have dropped out of sight, with the exception of a brief resurgence in the mid-1980s with the album Here Again (1986), which was preceded by the minor UK hit, "Rock Me Baby." Younger audiences were introduced to Nash's music with the appearance of Jimmy Cliff's cover of "I Can See Clearly Now" in Disney's 1993 hit film Cool Runnings. In May 2006, Nash was singing again at SugarHill Recording Studios and at Tierra Studios in his native Houston. Working with SugarHill chief engineer Andy Bradley and Tierra Studios' grammy-winning Randy Miller, he began the work of transferring analog tapes of his songs from the 1970s and 1980s to Pro Tools digital format.[5][6]
On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Johnny Nash among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.[7] 

AlbumsEdit

  • 1958: Johnny Nash (Paramount)
  • 1959: I Got Rhythm (Paramount)
  • 1959: Quiet Hour (Paramount)
  • 1960: Let's Get Lost (Paramount)
  • 1961: Starring Johnny Nash (Paramount)
  • 1964: Composer's Choice (Argo)
  • 1968: Hold Me Tight (JAD) # 109 US
  • 1969: Prince of Peace (JAD)
  • 1969: Let's Go Dancing (Epic)
  • 1972: Teardrops in the Rain (Cadet)
  • 1972: I Can See Clearly Now (Epic) # 39 UK, # 23 US
  • 1973: My Merry-Go-Round (Epic US),[14] # 169 US
  • 1974: Celebrate Life (Epic)
  • 1975: Tears on My Pillow (CBS)[15]
  • 1977: What a Wonderful World (Epic)
  • 1979: Let's Go Dancing (Epic)[16]
  • 1986: Here Again (London)

CompilationsEdit

  • 1977: Johnny Nash Collection # 18 UK
  • 1979: The Johnny Nash Album (CBS)
  • 1981: Stir It Up
  • 1993: The Reggae Collection
  • 1996: The Best of Johnny

Extraido da Wikipédia

Billy Preston - "You are so beautiful" - Live


Johnny Nash - "I Can see clearly now"


Status Quo - "Rockin'all Over The world"


Level 42 - "Running in the family"


Francis Rossi Band - Diggin Burt Bacharach


Time Bandits - "Endless road"


FRANCIS ROSSI - CAROLINE (SHUFFLE VERSION)


quarta-feira, agosto 14, 2019

Novo álbum de Lumanzin

No dia 5 de Agosto LUMANZIN lançou seu primeiro álbum : “quarentena”. O cd faz parte de um projeto multimidia muito maior, desenvolvido e gravado em São Paulo e no Canadá em uma residência artística na Banff Centre. A ida ao Canadá só foi possível graças a um crowdfunding de sucesso realizado em Julho de 2018.

“quarentena” foi um momento de isolamento, auto-conhecimento e auto-perdão. Tudo começa com um aborto, um contato direto com uma idealização, uma tosse que durou mais de 100 dias, uma costela quebrada e muito tempo em silêncio e sozinha.
LUMANZIN entende e considera fundamental a prática da cura. Deixa claro que ela não vem de maneira leve. O CD foi arranjado 100% pela artista e a maioria de suas tracks foram gravadas por ela também. A solidão não foi só nos processos de cura, mas também em todo processo criativo.

O show é interativo entre áudio e vídeo. Todos os materiais visuais são de registro pessoal da artista e gravados nessa época turbulenta. Com cenários que vão do fogo à neve, do isolamento silencioso à parcerias musicais internacionais, os vídeos ajudam a criar um ambiente 360.

A artista ainda pretende fazer exibições em galerias com fotos, textos, vídeos e instalações sobre o tema. 

ouça : 

veja :
live session : gozo_ http://tiny.cc/gozo_live
clipe disse maria_ http://tiny.cc/disse_maria
projeções show 1_ http://tiny.cc/lumanzin_vj1
projeções show 2_ http://tiny.cc/lumanzin_vj2


conheça : http://lumanzin.com



MATÉRIAS FEITAS SOBRE O CD


MAIS SOBRE LUMANZIN
Luísa Manzin da Rocha nas horas vagas, formada em Comunicação e Multimeios pela PUC-SP, LUMANZIN atua na área da arte desde seu nascimento. Sua primeira composição foi lançada em 2008 no cd “Um Bolo Musical” da Teca Oficina de Música. Cantou em diversos corais clássicos de São Paulo, estudou teatro musical e desde 2016 atua na cena independente da música brasileira como artista e produtora. Lançou seu primeiro ep “ABUSOS” produzido por Pedro Serapicos em 2016 e no mesmo ano formou a banda LUZIA, com a qual fez diversos shows pelo estado de São Paulo. Em 2018 fez uma residência artística no Canadá, na Banff Centre, fruto de um crowdfunding. Lá fez parcerias com nomes como Lisa Schonberg (USA), Ariel Schlichter (ARG), Jordan Sand (USA) e Yantra del Velder (AUS). Fez shows no Canadá, em Portugal e Holanda. Ao retornar pro Brasil fecha parceria com a PWR Records e lança seu primeiro grande projeto “quarentena”.