Periods in pop are as vague, and as potentially powerful, as royalty statements. The music we loved between January and December of 2013 was likely recorded over a series of months or years. The trail of the intense recordings released this year will disperse and be recognized later in the work of comers. You will disagree with the particulars of my 2013 lists because you’re you. Best Albums of 2013
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PRIMER: Jay Reatard: A trip through the sprawling discography of a tortured genius | Chart Attack Primer is an ongoing, introductory guide to the varied and often elusive careers of iconic artists. “I operate on an animalistic level of fear that I’m constantly running out of time.” Jay Reatard our Januarys ago, just a few months shy of his 30th birthday, Jimmy Lee Lindsey Jr., known to most as Jay Reatard, shuffled himself off this mortal coil. He died in his sleep: cocaine toxicity.
So much of the symphonic thinking of the late 19th century is bound up with doing so many things at the same time, through densities of structure and motive, of harmony and counterpoint, that some of the most obvious yet hardest things to achieve in music can get forgotten in a complex symphonic maelstrom of ideas and technicalities. I'm talking about the art of writing tunes: not just any old tunes, either, but composing a whole symphony that teems with tunes that appeal straight to the musical pleasure zones of any listener, but which can also carry and create a whole symphonic edifice. Which is all an upbeat to this week's symphony, Antonin Dvořák's Eighth. I'm not going to cast Dvořák as some earthy Bohemian in touch with his roots in a way that those bunged-up Germans and Austro-Germanophiles could never be: the Eighth, composed in 1889, would be impossible for Dvořák to have imagined without Beethoven and Brahms as models and catalysts. Symphony guide: Dvořák's Eighth | Music
Cover of vocal score, c. 1895 The Mikado; or, The Town of Titipu is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert, their ninth of fourteen operatic collaborations. It opened on 14 March 1885, in London, where it ran at the Savoy Theatre for 672 performances, which was the second longest run for any work of musical theatre and one of the longest runs of any theatre piece up to that time.[n 1] Before the end of 1885, it was estimated that, in Europe and America, at least 150 companies were producing the opera. The Mikado remains the most frequently performed Savoy Opera, and it is especially popular with amateur and school productions. The Mikado
音樂世界/un monde de la musique
THELONIOUS MONK - Blue Monk
Photo by Jamie Harmon The last time Memphis garage punks Oblivians released a proper album, it was 1997's ...Play 9 Songs With Mr. Quintron. Oblivians Announce First New Album in 16 Years
hide captionWayne Coyne (center) with the rest of The Flaming Lips. Courtesy of the artist On this edition of All Songs Considered, Wayne Coyne, singer and creative force for The Flaming Lips, joins hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton to share songs and events that shaped his childhood, including the eery effect of a classic from The Beatles. We also hear an "amazing piece of dramatic, freaky music" from Tom Jones, and a contemporary cut from Beach House that's one of Coyne's current favorites. The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne, Guest DJ : All Songs Considered
Neil Young - Dead Man Theme (long version)
This list provides a guide to the most important operas, as determined by their presence on a majority of compiled lists of significant operas: see the "Lists Consulted" section for full details. The operas listed cover all important genres, and include all operas regularly performed today, from seventeenth-century works by Monteverdi, Cavalli, and Purcell to late twentieth-century operas by Messiaen, Berio, Glass, Adams, Birtwistle, and Weir. The brief accompanying notes offer an explanation as to why each opera has been considered important. For an introduction to operatic history, see Opera. List of important operas
Tchaikovsky Symphony NO.6 (Full Length) : Seoul Phil Orchestra
Giuseppe Verdi - La Traviata - Ouverture
The Black Keys- The only one
Nina Simone & Jeff Buckley - Lilac wine (Marco Rigamonti Rai Tunes Remix).mp4
I Cried For You - Sonny King
Dahmen El Harachi ... Soubhane Ellahe rati ini zouje hmamet ...
Bessie Smith-"Nobody knows you when you're down and out"
The Dirtbombs - Shari Vari
Dirty Beaches - Lord Knows Best
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Opium Tea
Dirty Three ft. Nick Cave - Sea Above, Sky Below
Dirty Three - I Remember A Time When Once You Used To Love Me
Tosca Tosca (Italian pronunciation: [ˈtɔska]) is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. It premiered at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome on 14 January 1900. The work, based on Victorien Sardou's 1887 French-language dramatic play, La Tosca, is a melodramatic piece set in Rome in June 1800, with the Kingdom of Naples's control of Rome threatened by Napoleon's invasion of Italy.
David Vanian and the Phantom Chords (album)
Erotic Biljan And His Heretics - No Ma'am
JEBIVETER - LAČNI FRANZ (1984)
SIVI DAN - VIDEOSEX
The Damned - Shadow Of Love (1985)
The Cynics - I'll Wait
Tigrova Mast - Zlatni Kalasnjikov
M.I.A. - Born Free
M.I.A. - Bad Girls
M.I.A. - Jimmy
M.I.A- Let Me Hump You
M.I.A - Bamboo Banga
les thugs - femme fatale
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