Your Song/Track of the Day

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Jun 26, 2023
Jaco Pastorius.... absolutely. He was so, so, so, so awesome on a bass that words can hardly even do justice to his talent.
What's heartbreaking is that he was beaten to death outside a nightclub for mouthing off.
Terrible tragedy - I think he was only thirty-odd - what a loss to the world John.
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Jun 13, 2023
Today's track of the day for me is, not exactly a track. It's the Columbia Recordings 1965 and 1966 of Lili Kraus playing Mozart's Complete Piano Concertos with the Vienna Festival Orchestra and Stephen Simon conducting. I've tried and tried to find this set on CD for purchase but it's never available to my chagrin. Luckily some thoughtful person has uploaded the the whole thing to YouTube and what's equally amazing is adverts never encroach. Everything else I've listened to that was advert free, is now stuffed full of them. I just purchased the Geza Anda set of this music I'm talking about here on the recommendation of a Pianist I have become acquainted with on this forum.
So far, I have listened to numerous renditions of Mozart's Piano Concertos by all the current and not, Pianists but alas, I've yet to find anyone who comes close to Kraus Lili, which funnily enough is how her name is said in her native land. Surname first, Christian name second.


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Nov 8, 2009
I am asked almost daily as to what music I listen to. Although my tastes vary and despite all the music that in on everyday however what I do like to look out for daily is a song/track that has particularly grabbed my attention. So, as this is a Bank holiday weekend a Chill out track to start with -
Sub Sub - Past
Thanks Rick @ Musicraft
Thanks for reminding me of Sub Sub; this track could do with being a bit longer / developed.