Grey Street, James, Domino | Dave Matthews Band, Pat Metheny Group, Genesis |UNCLASSIFIED night tempo diagrams

Are these three songs best
a) at night;
b) during the day;
c) as night falls
d) depends​ on my mood?

Are these three songs best
a) at night;
b) during the day;
c) as night falls
d) depends​ on my mood?

Full disclosure, I love these​ three as songs of civil dusk. I have been blessed enough to listen and watch all three bands perform the songs that way, as can be seen in the​ links​ below.

Are the songs better
a) in their live versions;
b) in their studio versions;
c) it depends on my mood.

Full personal disclosure​ again: to me, I usually like these songs better at night, though my mood upon listening usually takes over. Nothing to brag of, I know! How about you?

I compose morning Episcopal music. The musicians on this page? THANK YOU 👉🏽❤️❤️❤️!!! It is an interesting thing to take a Martin Luther or Ralph Vaughn Williams or Martin Luther hymn and change some of the 1600s harmonies into 2018 harmonies. Hint: fewer diminished​ seconds, more 9ths in place of same. In some keys, as C, the major 3rd is a harsh interval as the E, to allow for equal temperament, stretches toward the perfect 4th, the dreaded F.

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Dave Matthews band – Grey STREET 
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James, The Pat Metheny Group, as played in the studio version on the masterful OFFRAMP
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Domino, Part I

 

Thanks for your help!

 

/matherton’s stepfather/

declassified tempo- “One Sweet World” / Dave Matthews Band / live at night. Piedmont Park iTunes concert video version

I’m kinda just going on. It happened, but you always post with backups for that very reason, which is why I don’t have bitterness for internet companies.

Dave Matthews band live at Piedmont Park
Dave Matthews band live at Piedmont Park

A lot of people tried to get a lot of things too fast. So on WordPress there are many many and still many more left wondering whether to republish material that the accidental overwhelming of WordPress when it took on 30% of internet and a merger with Google while working with thousands of theme software writers.

Well, you get the point – or it happened to you!

Anyone have ideas on it?

I’m kinda just going on. It happened, but you always post with backups for that very reason, which is why I don’t have bitterness for internet companies.

 

Spiron Jackson

The Speed Of Desire – Dave Matthews Band – Declassified tempo maps “#41” part two

According to Dave Matthews’ introduction of this song from a version recorded with Tim Reynolds at Luther College, “#41” was the “Forty-first single that was recorded by the Dave Matthews Band.”

According to Dave Matthews’ introduction of this song from a version recorded with Tim Reynolds at Luther College, “#41” was the “Forty-first single that was recorded by the Dave Matthews Band.” He went on to mock himself, “about as creative as the Dave Matthews band,” but went on to record one of the best versions of the many DMB is smart enough to sell from many venues – so that his band and their families and the roadies and techs and suits, they get their share. Dave and his band got into music at about he final time that music was centralized enough for one voice to be heard.

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What is similar about “Hey Jude” and McCartney/Lennon “Purple Rain” by Prince? – declassified tempo probability charts

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Most of these charts were not intended to be classified when made.

However, when WordPress and Google merged, in a true “you get what you pay for” move, one ate the other along with 20-20K images I had posted.  I didn’t take it personally.  It happened to way better websites than mine.

Adam Levine carries on a tradition of beautifully played relative tempo.

 

Nullam Iudas malum non esse.
Take tristem et carmen facere meliorem.
Memento et ea in corde tuo,
Tunc vos can satus facere quod melius est.

Hey Jude, nolite timere.
Et facta ire et adepto eam.
Momento et non dimiserunt in vobis cutem,
Et hoc melius tu facere incipiunt.

Et aliquando vos sentio dolor, heu Judas abstinere,
Ne mundus super umeros portabunt.
Et optime nosti quod stultus est qui autem plays refrigescant
By faciens in mundo paulo frigidior.

Hey Jude, ne me.
Vos inveni eam: Nunc vadam, et vocem eius.
Memento et ea in corde tuo,
Tunc vos can satus facere quod melius est.

Dimiserunt ergo eam et sic in, heus Judae, inchoare,
Expectans aliquis ex vobis praestare.
Et non scis quod suus 'iustus es, heu Juda, et faciam:
Opus est motus de humero tuo.

Nullam Iudas malum non esse.
Take tristem et carmen facere meliorem.
Memento dimiserunt in vobis cutem,
Tunc youll incipiunt eam
Magis bonum magis bonum magis melius: O.

Na na na na na na na na, ... Hey Jude

Luckily it has happened before because usually yeah, it is true – you pay for what you get.  Google and WordPress have given me tremendous computer power for no money.  The only extra money I spent with WordPress was and is for extra storage space in order that the images be large and clear. I spend extra with WordPress for a url redirect as typing in “rooseveltparexperiment.wordpress.com” is too complicated for the age where a D-Wave computer is passé.

 

spiron + matherton

november 30, 2017

 

 

Dave Matthews Band – Declassified tempo maps “#41”

“#41” was the forty-first song written by the Dave Matthews Band.

“#41” was the forty-first song written by the Dave Matthews Band.
On the album Live from Luther College as he plays duet with Tim Reynolds, before they launch #41 Dave calls the title, in a joke self mocking way, “about as creative as the Dave Matthews band.”

matherton + spiron
november 26, 2017

Dave Mathews Band – GREY STREET – harmonic tempo diagrams – matherton unclassified speed charts

God bless the legacy of LeRoi Moore.

The death of LeRoi Moore in August 2008 was a terrible blow that still ripples through the music community and thus the earth community and entropy generally.

 

 

Thank goodness he was alive to create grooves that could not even be named at the time of his death at the age of 48 from at ATV bike in Virginia.

 

/ias/