Özgür Baba living in the midst of nature by himself, plays his saz (a musical instrument used by Turkish folk singers). Selecting verses from Yunus Emre, an ancient poet, the song is about a tree transformed into a wardrobe but not feeling happy.
Melnyk, (born December 20, 1948) is a composer and pianist of Ukrainian origin, is noted for his continuous music, a piano technique based on extremely rapid notes and complex note-series, usually with the sustain pedal held down to generate harmonic overtones and sympathetic resonances.
These overtones blend or clash according to harmonic changes.
Morgen was an American psychedelic rock band formed in Long Island. Their only album, “Morgen”, is considered one of the best heavy American psychedelic rock albums of the 1960s.
Morgen was founded in 1968 by Steve Morgen, Bobby Rizzo, Murray Schiffrin, Mike Ratti, and Barry Stock. Originally, the band was named “Morgen’s Dreame Spectrum” but was later changed to simply “Morgen”.
In 1969, record label Probe (ABC) released the group’s sole offering.
Syrinx & the Toronto Repertory Orchestra – “Ibistix”
In Memoriam for Alan Wells, percussionist for Syrinx who passed away Nov 3, 2010. The founding members of Syrinx were Alan, John Mills Cockell, synthesizers and keyboards, and Doug Pringle, saxophones.
There’s a new behemoth in the ongoing search for ever-larger prime numbers — and it’s nearly 25 million digits long.
A prime is a number that can be divided only by two whole numbers: itself and 1. The newly discovered number is what’s known as a Mersenne prime, named for a French monk named Marin Mersenne who studied primes some 350 years ago.
Comus are a British progressive folk band who had a brief career in the early 1970s. Their first album, First Utterance, brought them a cult following, which persists. They reunited in 2009, and have played several festivals and released a new album.
Excerpt of a live performance of Careful With That Axe Eugene (with overdubbed sound taken from Ummagumma) along with an interview were featured on the local early evening TV show Get To Know. Broadcast on the ABC TV network on 15 August, 1971.
We all have fears, we’re human. But you’re too ashamed to admit it. And you confuse that with courage.
Drunken Angel (醉いどれ天使 Yoidore Tenshi) is a 1948 Japanese yakuza film directed by Akira Kurosawa.
It is notable for being the first of sixteen film collaborations between director Kurosawa and actor Toshiro Mifune.