Jason Mraz – Yes – Album

November 24, 2014

Max Holanda

[00:00] – 01. Rise
[01:29] – 02. Love Someone
[05:46] – 03. Hello, You Beautiful Thing
[09:20] – 04. Long Drive
[13:11] – 05. Everywhere
[16:35] – 06. Best Friend
[19:55] – 07. Quiet
[24:14] – 08. Out Of My Hands
[27:40] – 09. It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday
[30:39] – 10. 3 Things
[33:33] – 11. You Can Rely On Me
[37:16] – 12. Back To The Earth
[41:02] – 13. A World With You
[45:42] – 14. Shine

Released: Jul 11, 2014
℗ 2014 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. A Warner Music Group Company
Genres: Pop, Music, Pop/Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter, Rock, Adult Alternative

California-based singer/songwriter Jason Mraz makes laid-back, melodic pop with stylistic nods toward folk, jam band music, hip-hop, and soft rock. Since coming to the public’s attention with his 2002 hit single “The Remedy (Don’t Worry)”, Mraz has proven himself to be a reliable pop craftsman whose crowd-pleasing melodies can encompass both cheeky humor and earnest sincerity.

Born in Mechanicsville, Virginia, in 1977, Mraz grew up amidst the sounds of the Dave Matthews Band and local roots musicians the Agents of Good Roots. However, it was Mraz’s interest and participation in musical theater that served as his first introduction to music. Following high school, he moved to New York to attend the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, but dropped out a year later when he took up the guitar and began to focus on songwriting. Nonetheless, Mraz’s training as a vocalist would later show itself on his debut album, which was marked by the pure clarity of his tenor range.

After busking around New York, Mraz eventually returned to Virginia; in 1999, however, he made his way out West and settled in San Diego, California, having been drawn to the city’s coffee house scene and its historical support of singer/songwriters, most notably Jewel. Mraz began playing shows and soon landed a weekly residency at the local hot spot Java Joe’s, which had previously played host to Jewel during the early stages of her career. He also formed a duo with drummer Noel “Toca” Rivera, who accompanied Mraz’s acoustic material by banging the djembe. Together, the musicians honed a live show that featured as much comedic banter as actual music.

Over the next two years, Mraz’s following expanded outside of the San Diego limits and began to encompass Los Angeles, garnering the attention of record labels. Mraz signed to Elektra Records in early 2002 and returned to Virginia to write and record his debut album, a project that saw him working with producer John Alagía (the Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer) and his high school heroes, the Agents of Good Roots, who became his backing band. The resulting effort, Waiting for My Rocket to Come, was released that same November, blending Mraz’s early influences with elements of country, roots rock, and coffee house folk. The buoyant first single “Remedy (I Won’t Worry),” which Mraz had co-written with pop hitmakers the Matrix, proved to be a big hit, and Mraz headed out on the road to support it. One of those shows, an October 2003 date at the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, was later documented on Mraz’s summer 2004 live release Tonight, Not Again. The album tided his fans over until July 2005, when the songwriter returned with the sophomore studio effort Mr. A-Z. Mraz’s popularity reached a new high in 2008 with the release of We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things, which peaked at number three and spawned his first chart-topping single, “I’m Yours.” The concert album, Jason Mraz’s Beautiful Mess: Live on Earth, arrived in 2009, followed by his fourth studio album, Love Is a Four Letter Word, in 2012. In the summer of 2014, Mraz returned with Yes!, which featured backing from the all-female L.A. folk-rock outfit Raining Jane; it was preceded by the single “Love Someone.”

Tulser John

Gillian Welch and David Rawlings

00:30 – I Want To Sing That Rock And Roll
03:47 – Make Me Down A Pallet On Your Floor
07:11 – Elvis Presley Blues
12:17 – Look At Miss Ohio
16:24 – Red Clay Halo
20:10 – My First Lover
23:58 – One Little Song
27:23 – Revelator
35:12 – By The Mark
38:51 – The Way It Will Be
45:04 – Caleb Meyer
48:40 – I’ll Fly Away
52:39 – The Weight (with Old Crow Medicine Show)



Jimmy Jackson

John Denver. Country Boy. Documentary.

Documentary exploring the private life and public legacy of John Denver,
America’s original country boy. With exclusive accounts from those closest to him,
the man behind the music is revealed in an intimate profile in his,
70th birthday anniversary year.

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Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.
Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

John Denver – Country Boy . Documentary .

Coldplay – Hits

September 20, 2014


00:00:00 Clocks
00:04:59 Yellow
00:09:19 In my Place
00:13:04 Warning Sing
00:18:26 Your Love means everything
00:21:58 Fix You
00:26:48 Sleeping Sun
00:29:49 Viva la Vida
00:33:44 Charlie Brown
00:38:21 Lost
00:41:49 The Scientist
00:46:53 Speed Sound
00:51:34 Gravity
00:57:17 See you Soon
01:00:33 Every Teardrop is a Waterfall
01:04:30 Up in Flames
01:07:41 Paradise
01:12:28 Amsterdam
01:17:26 Everything’s not Lost
01:22:41 Death And All His Friends/ The Escapist


Richard Marx – Songwriter

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Right Here Waiting

Through My Veins


Richard Marx – Songwriter

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Kathleen Grace

No Place to Fall written by Townes Van Zandt, performed by Kathleen Grace

Recorded at the Carriage House in Los Angeles
Featuring: Tim Young on guitar, Erik Kertes on bass, David Raven on drums, Will Gramling on piano, Davis Steele on acoustic guitar

Video Music Director, Bruno Justi

“No Place To Fall” Lyrics:

NO PLACE TO FALL by Townes Van Zandt
If I had no place to fall
And I needed to
Could I count on you
To lay me down?

I’d never tell you no lies
I don’t believe it’s wise
You got pretty eyes
Won’t you spin me ’round

I ain’t much of a lover it’s true
I’m here then I’m gone
And I’m forever blue
But I’m sure wanting you

Skies full of silver and gold
Try to hide the sun
But it can’t be done
Least not for long

And if we help each other grow
While the light of day
Smiles down our way
Then we can’t go wrong

Time, she’s a fast old train
She’s here then she’s gone
And she won’t come again
Won’t you take my hand

If I had no place to fall
And I needed to
Could I count on you
To lay me down?


Today Is Your Day

I’m Gonna Getcha Good

No One Needs To Know

The Woman In Me

Shania speaking about Music Row



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Shania Twain, OC (/ʃəˌn.ə ˈtwn/) (born Eilleen Regina Edwards; August 28, 1965) is a Canadian country music singer-songwriter. Referred to as “The Queen of Country Pop,”[1] she is one of the most commercially successful artists of all time, having sold over 85 million albums.[2] Twain’s 1995 album, The Woman in Me, brought her fame and sold 20 million copies worldwide, and her 1997 album, Come On Over, became the best-selling studio album of all time by a female act in any genre and the best-selling country album of all time, selling around 40 million copies worldwide.[3] Her fourth and last studio album to date, Up!, was released in November 2002. Twain is often recognized for reaching beyond all feasible music boundaries with only three studio albums.[4]

Twain has received 5 Grammy Awards, 27 BMI Songwriter awards, stars on Canada’s Walk of Fame and the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and an induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.[5] She is the first (and currently only) female artist in history to have 3 consecutive albums certified Diamond by the RIAA. With over 40 million copies sold worldwide, Come On Over is the best-selling album by a female artist and the top-selling country album of all time. Altogether, Twain is ranked as the 10th best-selling artist of the Nielsen SoundScan era.[6]

In 2004, Twain retired from performing and quietly retreated to her home in Switzerland.[7] In her 2011 autobiography, she cited a weakening singing voice as the reason for not performing publicly.[8] When both her singing and speaking were affected, Twain consulted the Vanderbilt Dayani Center in Nashville. Specialists discovered lesions on her vocal cords and diagnosed her with dysphonia, all treatable with careful rehabilitation.[9] In 2012, Twain returned to the concert stage in her critically acclaimed show Still the One, exclusively at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.


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