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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by xlows, Mar 4, 2008.
It's quite good, actually.
That is quite awesome!
Can't help but notice there are seven people in that 'quartet'.
Interseting till the samba came on, then I thought "attention Walmart shoppers"!
That was pretty good, but I think that Brad Mehldau's version of "Paranoid Android" off of "Live in Tokyo" is more intense, and I like it better. It is epic and reaches nearly 20 mins and he really explores the format of the song and explores in an abstract way in the beginning and then settles down.
+1 - loads of jazzers are influenced by Radiohead these days - check out piano trio EST - they are awesome - and Brad Mehldau does a pretty wicked version of Everything in Its Right Place - and Exit Music - so go check them out.
try this one! Easy star All Stars
love jazz, love radiohead. excellent find, thanks 4 sharing
I like it. Still being a reggae nut Easy Star All Stars version will always be my favorite.
LOL. That's great. The guitarist in the foreground. I met that guy when I was flying out to vegas once. Got to rap with him for about 1/2 hour. This was right after Dub Side of the Moon came out. He told me that they were doing a project with a radiohead album. Cool cat. Totally chill. They sure nailed it.
next stop, 6th floor!
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Brad Mehldau's covers, 4 or 5 of them, are also awesome. Good stuff.