Guitar: Maton EBG808 Michael Fix Mic: AKG C414 XLS, Sennheiser e935 DI: L-RBaggs Para Acoustic DI Amp: AER Domino 2 TC-Helicon VL3, Line 6 G10 wireless, Mogami Cable,UAD Apollo Thunderbolt,Neve 1073, UA 4-710d Mic Pre, and more...
The secret of life Is enjoying the passage of time. Any fool can do it, There ain't nothing to it. Nobody knows how we got To the top of the hill. But since we're on our way down, We might as well enjoy the ride. The secret of love Is in opening up your heart. It's okay to feel afraid, But don't let that stand in your way. 'Cause anyone knows That love is the only road. And since we're only here for a while, Might as well show some style. Give us a smile. Isn't it a lovely ride? Sliding down, gliding down, Try not to try too hard, It's just a lovely ride. Now the thing about time Is that time isn't really real. It's just your point of view, How does it feel for you? Einstein said he Could never understand it all. Planets spinning through space, The smile upon your face, Welcome to the human race. Some kind of lovely ride. I'll be sliding down, I'll be gliding down. Try not to try too hard, It's just a lovely ride. Isn't it a lovely ride? Sliding down, gliding down, Try not to try too hard, It's just a lovely ride. The secret of life Is enjoying the passage of time.
Deep River Blues - Tommy Emmanuel Style Performed By Tolga Guitar: Maton EBG808 Michael Fix Strings: Ernie Ball Paradigm Phosphor B. ML 12-54 Capo: G7th Performance II Acoustic Camera: GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition Audio: Zoom H4n intern Mic
Lewis And Clark-Tommy Emmanuel Performance by Tolga (Maton & ToneWoodAmp) Maton EBG808 Michael Fix Model ToneWoodAmp ZoomH4n Place: Felseneremitage https://www.bretzenheim.de/project/eremitage/ Wiki:https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eremitage_(Bretzenheim)
"Something That We Do" is a song recorded by American country music artist Clint Black and written by Black and Skip Ewing. It was released in August 1997 as the second single from Black's album Nothin' but the Taillights and peaked at number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and number 4 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. It was voted song of the year by the Nashville Songwriters Association International.from Wikipedia
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.