Lou Gottlieb, a singing Bassist – before Sting – singing Flanders and Swann’s “Have some Madiera, m’dear.”
Ludwig van Beethoven – Moonlight Sonata ( 3rd Movement ) Tina S Cover
Moonlight Sonata (3rd Movement) Ludwig van Beethoven, arranged for electric guitar by Dr.Viossy, played by Tina S (17 y.o).
Filmed and taught by Renaud Louis-Servais
Young Tina S playing with 3 backing tracks: bass, drums, and another electric guitar. Amazing performance for a 17 year old.
Reputed to be the very FIRST Rock ‘n’ Roll single (78rpm) recorded in Australia by an Australian Artist – Backing by Red Perksey & his Orchestra. Vic Sabrino’s real name was George Assang (originally Ah Sang)- an Actor who was briefly married to Rowena Wallace. They appeared together on a number of TV series including Number 96 & Barrier Reef . Sound track provided by (YT) johnmaloney67 ( Grahic Equalization added ) & filmclip composite photo by Phil Burgoyne.
George’s son – Richard Brett Assange – became Julian (Wikileaks) Assange’s Stepfather.
The very first recording of “Rock around the Clock.” Although the song was written for Bill Haley, Sonny Dae and his Knights had the first released recording of the song,
A trio of Guitarists Vlatko Stefanovski , Tommy Emanuel , Stochelo Rosenberg – filmed live playing Arthur Smith’s Guitar Boogie in Sava Centar – Beograd .
Ella Fitzgerald : One note Samba (scat singing) 1969
June 22, 1969 jazz vocalist Ella Fitzgerald with accompaniment by Ed Thigpen on drums, Frank de la Rosa on bass, and Tommy Flanagan on piano.
Violin: Natalie Mavridis
Piano: Valerie Forbes Mavridis
Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14, is a song (without words) by Sergei Rachmaninoff, composed and published in 1915 as the last of his “Fourteen Songs”. Monday 13th April 2015.