This Muslim/Christian/Jewish band believes that harmony is even greater than unity. Help them put more love in the world...
Amerikali Müzisyen arkadasimin güzel bir projesi var arkadaslar. Müslüman,Yahudi ve Hiristiyan müzisyenlerden olusan grubu ile 2 adet CD cikartmak istiyorlar.1.CD Agustos 2018'de 2.Cd ise 2019'un Mart ayinda cikacak. Ilk cd sahneden canli konser kaydi digeri ise stüdyo kaydi olacak. David, Kickstarter kampanyasi dahilinde projenin olusmasi icin caba sarfediyor. üc tane büyük dünya dinlerinin bulusmasi beni cok etkiledi ve paylasma ihtiyaci hissettim. Su son günlerde yasadigimiz huzursuz olaylarin karsisinda ben de bir fayda saglamak istedim ve David'in bu projesine azda olsa destekte bulundum.Projeye desteklerini bekleriz. Savassiz, huzurlu, güzel ve hos bir Ramazan ayi gecirmeniz dilegi ile!
"You Can Close Your Eyes" Single by James Taylor from the album Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon A-side "You've Got a Friend" Released 1971 Recorded 1971 Genre Folk rock soft rock Length 2:31 Label Warner Bros. Songwriter(s) James Taylor Producer(s) Peter Asher "You Can Close Your Eyes" is a song written by James Taylor which was released on his 1971 album Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon. It was also released as the B-side to his #1 single "You've Got a Friend". It has often been described as a lullaby. It was initially recorded by his sister Kate Taylor for her 1971 album Sister Kate.
Guitarist presents ACOUSTIC This is Clive Carroll's first album release since 2009's Life in Colour and details the instrumental fingerstylist's compositional trail since that time. If you've read our interview with Clive in this issue (see p56) then you'll already be aware of some of the features on the new album - the fact that classical superstar John Williams guests on the album's centrepiece, A Renaissance Suite, for instance. It would be different to pin any particular style on Mr Carroll as some tracks have a slight touch of bluesiness to them, whereas others veer more to the classical side of the music spectrum. There's some amazing virtuosity here, too; take the track A Winter Carol where he plays two entirely different tunes at once on the same fretboard - and that's just for starters. There's the energetic and quirky Adventures of Wilfred, and a beautiful ballad in Lady of the Valley, just two examples of Clive's virtuosic approach from the album's hoard of treasure. Look out for solo concerts in the near future and a tour with Tommy Emmanuel in the new year - now that's something you can't afford to miss! [DM] Standout track: The Adventures of Wilfred For fans of: Michael Hedges, John Renbourn 9/10 Concert