“Cherkassy” – Tim & Myles Thompson – screener
Father and son Tim & Myles Thompson do amazing things with string instruments. “Cherkassy” shows a wonderful blending of talents achieved after years of hard work. The title is the name of a school in Ukraine they helped with benefit concerts overseas. Catch them live when they tour near you. In the mean time, enjoy seeing their music through the artistry of Laser Show Dynamic!
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“Fat Old Sun” – David Gilmour – screener
Laser Show Dynamic’s 50th video! Such a milestone required an extraordinarily special musical experience. And so it is.
David Gilmour is one of the very best reasons for the invention of the guitar. This British blues master brought a distinctive style and vocals that elevated Pink Floyd’s music over a span of decades.
“Fat Old Sun” was first written and sung by Gilmour for Pink Floyd in 1970 for the album “Atom Heart Mother.” A favorite of Pink Floyd tours, it often blossomed into extended instrumental jams that were truly legendary.
This track you are about to see through the artistry and magic of Laser Show Dynamic was recorded in 2006 during the David Gilmour solo “On An Island” tour at the Gdansk Shipyard. Pink Floyd bandmate Richard Wright joins David on keyboards, making this very special experience even moreso.
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“No Love Is Sorrow” – Pentangle – screener
The folk-jazz group Pentangle blended influences including blues and early music. Well respected and loved by the British folk scene, Pentangle made many appearances on BBC radio and television.
“Folk Baroque” was a signature technique of theirs using inter-dependent guitar parts that while complex, flowed smoothly and sweetly. This is mirrored in the vocal duet of “No Love Is Sorrow” in the harmonies as well as the distinct vocal tones. Counterpoint and symmetry. Lovely. Thanks to the BBC for saving the tape!
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“Little Wing” – Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble – screener
Amazing take on the Jimi Hendrix classic. Take the journey through its different passages: delicate, soulful, searing power, and more. Laser Show Dynamic brings you to an SRV night under Austin’s oaks and moon towers. You just know Jimi loves it.
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“My Love” – Paul McCartney & Wings – screener
Paul McCartney & Wings first U.S. number 1 hit “My Love” features a great guitar solo/bridge by former Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine. Laser Show Dynamic presents another ‘moving impressionist painting’ with uplifting visuals to compliment this mellow musical journey.
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“Little Wing” – Jimi Hendrix Experience – screener
“Little Wing” written by Jimi Hendrix, has long been considered one of the best songs in rock music history. It’s been covered many times by other artists ever since the Jimi Hendrix Experience.
Laser Show Dynamic ® is very proud to present the first of the “Little Wing Masters Trilogy” – Jimi’s own version. Derek & The Dominoes and Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double trouble versions are already in post-production. The artistic tricks I use on this one are a nod to the visual art accompaniament at the Monterrey Pop Festival during Jimi’s powerful performance. Fly on little wing…
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“Learn To Fly” – Twinemen – screener
From Cambridge, members of Morphine and Face to Face join forces to create the alternative marvel that is Twinemen. Unconventional instrumentation and musical storytelling weave visions of places unique and characters truly compelling. Laser Show Dynamic agrees with Twinemen: If you want to live this life – Learn to Fly.
“How Deep It Goes” – Heart – screener
Ann and Nancy Wilson… they didn’t exactly start Heart, but they put their hearts into the band for decades. Even with the essential contributions of Roger Fisher and others, when people think of Heart they think of the Wilson sisters. Wonderfully thoughtful, soulful, and creative; they gave us a wide range of music from blazing rock to tender ballads that pull you right into their dreams. Their debut album Dreamboat Annie is filled with great songs, so choosing the first one for Laser Show Dynamic wasn’t easy. I chose “How Deep It Goes” partly because it has been overshadowed by “Magic Man” and “Crazy On You” – hits that still receive a lot of airplay. If you are just now discovering Heart, I strongly recommend you explore all their music to see just how deep it goes.