Morgan Cameron Ross, also of Birds of Wales.

Posted by Gregory J. Chamberlain

Morgan Cameron Ross has one of those familiar faces. Looks like Matt LaBlanc from Friends a little bit, and he also looks like about three people in my neighborhood. Turns out Morgan is from Canada and a self described doglover. Besides being a songwriter and solo musical artist, he is also in the pop band Birds of Wales.

What really grabbed my attention when listening to his music was a video of him in Tahir Square in Egypt on February 18th, 2011, during the uprising by the Egyptian people against their U.S. backed leader. He described how it really was, from a civilian Westerner point of view. And he shot some super footage which is included in his video below.



Morgan Cameron Ross and his song entitled "Let it Go"



Birds of Wales (featuring Morgan Cameron Ross) and their song entitled "Uninteresting"




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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Down By The River live in 1969 at Esalen Institute

MusicLoad.Com presents Crosby Stills Nash & Young

CSNY live at Big Sur (Esalen Institute), California, September 14, 1969. Neil Young (vocal, guitar), Stephen Stills (guitar, vocal), David Crosby (guitar, vocal), Graham Nash (keyboards), Greg Reeves (bass), Dallas Taylor (drums).



Connect direct with Crosby Stills Nash & Young at CSNY.Com

Broadcast - Winter Now

The band known as Broadcast performing "Winter Now" on CBC Television Network. Sadly, lead singer Trish Keenan died of pneumonia in January 2011, at the age of 42





UNKLE - HEAVEN

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'Heaven' was used in the acclaimed skate film Fully Flared directed by Spike Jonze and Ty Evans. The collaboration inspired the directors to take footage and re-edit a sequence of shots that shows the Lakai skateboarding team demonstrating their considerable skills as they navigate through and around various exploding obstacles. With 'Heaven' as the musical backdrop, the resulting marriage of sound to picture is quite extraordinary.

UNKLE - I Need Something Stronger




Mathematics is The Language of Nature

When I was a kid studying music, my instructor drilled into my head that music was very much about math, which made the following video even more interesting. Enjoy! - GC




Introducing the Moog Polyphonic Theremin




Introduced in 1928, the Theremin is one of the earliest and most widely known electronic instruments. Played artists that manipulate invisible energy fields around antennas which control the pitch and volume of the sound, Theremin music has distinguished hit records from such diverse artists as The Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin, Clara Rockmore and Linkin Park.

Moog Music designers carrying on the legacy of visionary founder, Robert Moog have announced the first major technical Theremin design advance in over 40 years. The PolyTheremin™ incorporates bleeding edge IsoDirectional Inductive Oscillator Technology, to isolate space around five individual pitch antennas thus enabling each to be played simultaneously (finger-by-finger) without interference from its companion antennas. This revolutionary concept breaks the long held belief that the Theremin could only be monophonic instrument.

The PolyTheremin ships with Dorit Chrysler's instructional video "Playing the PolyTheremin is Even Easier Than Playing a Monophonic Theremin."

Purchase the Etherwave PolyTheremin at MoogMusic.com/



Jerle Bernhoft has "it"

Jerle Bernhoft, a.k.a. Bernhoft, has been emerging for years in his native country of Norway.

Below, are three of of Bernhoft's live performances from early last year at Kampen Bistro in Oslo, Norway.

Bernhoft - So Mmany Faces

Bernhoft - On Time

Bernhoft - Sunday

Connect with Bernhoft at Bernhoft.Org, Facebook.com/jarlebernhoft, Instagram.com/jarlebernhoft and Twitter.com/bernhoft

Thank you to vocalist and producer, Kelly Moneymaker, for being the first person, of a few, who provided the first hot tip on Bernhoft.

See more music videos by Bernhoft on MusicTelevision.Com here: http://www.musictelevision.com/2011/04/jarle-bernhoft.html

Classic 1970's Takes: Sly and The Family Stone and Eric Burdon & War

Sly and The Family Stone and their hit song titled Thank You.

This was filmed for Don Kirshner's Rock Concert for TV broadcast in 1973.




Eric Burdon & War and their hit song "Spill The Wine", recorded live in 1970.







Tim Holehouse on a balcony is Hamburg, Germany

The live performance below is of Tim Holehouse and his song titled "Into Mexico", shot on a balcony is Hamburg, Germany.






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Gaby Moreno in a Luxury Wafer Session

A very cool series of recorded music films known as the Luxury Wafer Sessions filmed my fave, Gaby Moreno, a couple of years ago and I never saw this until today. Enjoy! GC



Gaby has a new record coming out this week. go to Gaby-Moreno.Com to hear clips :)

Also, see LuxuryWafers.Net

Listen to clips and buy Gaby Moreno's latest release entitled Illustrated Songs at the link below: