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Le Hot Club da Hilo – Douce Ambiance

“Douce Ambiance” performed by Le Hot Club da Hilo, live @ the Blue Dragon in Kawaihae Hawaii on September 5th 2010. John Nussbaum – Guitar, Hal Glatzer – Rhythm, Richard Schutte – Mandolin, Dr. Richard Lee – Saxophone, and John Parker on Upright Bass.

The Lord’s Prayer Our Father Who art in Heaven Evangelical Catholic prayer song classic rock n roll

Johnny Rock Piano johnroco.blogspot.com Music Copyright 2012 John Roco. DOWNLOAD OF THIS VIDEO IS ALLOWED FOR NON-COMMERCIAL PURPOSES; DOWNLOAD IS ALSO ALLOWED FOR INTRODUCING THIS VERSION OF OUR FATHER TO AUDIENCES FOR AM OR FM BROADCAST. Classic Rock and Roll The Lord’s Prayer Our Father who Art in Heaven prayer song with keyboard instrumental and heavy beat dance rhythm; the words: Our Father who Art in Heaven Hallowed be Thy Name Thy Kingdom Come Thy Will be done On Earth as it is in Heaven Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us Our Father who Art in Heaven Hallowed be Thy Name Thy Kingdom Come Thy Will be done On Earth as it is in Heaven And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil For the Kingdom the Power and the Glory are yours now and forever, now and forever, now and forever, now and forever. Haleakala on the Big Island of Hawaii by Mike McCabe. Earth by NASA with Ron Garan photography and Michael Kanig editing. Heraldic Royal Crown by Heralder.

A Song for Japan

The UH Saxophone Choir playing A Song for Japan by Steven Verhelst arr. by Todd Yukumoto. In efforts to raise funds for Japan after the disaster of the 2011 Japan Earthquake Tsunami, this song was written for the organization “A Song for Japan” as part of a charity collaboration project. We were asked to upload each performance to YouTube and link to that charity website to encourage all musicians to play this song over and over again. Title of piece: A Song for Japan Composer/Arranger: Steven Verhelst arr. by Todd Yukumoto Conductor: Todd Yukumoto March 12th, 2012 University of Hawaii at Manoa – Orvis Auditorium Previous: Choro Y Tango youtu.be Next: Fanfare for the Common Man (Coming next Sunday!) ——————————————– #TytyMusicSundays East-Japan Earthquake Tsunami Charity www.trombones.jp Tyty Music on Facebook http Tyty Music on Twitter www.twitter.com Tyty Music on Google+ gplus.to Tyty Music on the web www.tytyweb.net Copyright 2012

Marvin Gaye on piano in Belgium – Come Get To This, Distant Lover

Born in 1939 in DC to a father from Kentucky and a mother from North Carolina, Marvin Gaye blazed the trail for the continued evolution of popular black music. But by the winter of 1981, Marvin Gaye was in a personal and professional doldrums. Weakened by a debilitating drug problem, an increasing debt to the IRS, two failed marriages and losing his homes, cars and recording studio, Marvin had moved away from the continental United States by 1979 first settling in a bread van in Hawaii. In 1980, he settled in London and fortook on a European tour with British promoter Jeffrey Kruger. Settling in Oostende, Belgium thanks to an offer by boxing promoter Freddy Couseart, the singer began sobering up from years of drug abuse cutting usage of marijuana and cocaine while working out in an ancient gym and jogging daily at the beaches in Ostend. By the summer of 1981, the 42-year-old Gaye decided to launch a tour of Europe again around areas of London – where he was received more favorably than the previous year’s embarrassing no-show for Princess Margaret – and areas of Belgium. Afterwards, Marvin was inspired to get back in the studio to record his final album in Belgium “Come Get to This” is a 1973 hit for American soul singer Marvin Gaye, released on the Tamla (Motown) label. The song, released a few months after his seminal anthem of seduction, “Let’s Get It On”, was built among a fast-paced doo-wop-like recording. This record was one of few recordings Gaye began recording