“Holding On To Yesterday” – Ambrosia

“Holding On To Yesterday” – Ambrosia – screener

Alan Parsons engineered Ambrosia’s self-titled debut album shortly before The Alan Parsons Project recorded Tales of Mystery and Imagination.   David Pack, Joe Puerta, Christopher North, and Burleigh Drummond – Ambrosia – all played on that A.P.P. debut album.  Both fine works of progressive rock feature a wonderful focus on melody with luxurious production values and lovely harmonies. “Holding On To Yesterday” was Ambrosia’s first song to chart in the Top 20 and continues to surface on radio and streaming sites.  Laser Show Dynamic ® proudly provides a new way to appreciate an old favorite.   SEE the music!

For more music by Ambrosia go to www.ambrosiaweb.com and iTunes.For more fantastic Laser Show Dynamic ® experiences go to our Videos Page and Laser Show Dynamic’s Facebook Page! For more about our Conceptual Consultant and The Light Whisperer go to TheSamSchott.com   

“Hyper-Gamma-Spaces” – The Alan Parsons Project

“Hyper-Gamma-Spaces” – The Alan Parsons Project – screener

The Alan Parsons Project goes back to Abbey Road Studios where Alan had run  tape recording tech for the Beatles.  By 1974 this accomplished engineer (Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon) and producer met composer/pianist Eric Woolfson.   Together, as The Alan Parsons Project they produced concept album classics including I, Robot and Tales of Mystery and Imagination.   From Eye In the Sky comes this Transcendental Instrumental “Hyper-Gamma-Spaces.”    Enjoy the journey!

For more music by The Alan Parsons Project go to www.the-alan-parsons-project.com and iTunes.

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“Song Within A Song” – Camel

“Song Within A Song” – Laser Show Dynamic ®   screener   

Today most people seem to have the attention span of a… What was I saying?  Oh, right.   The long-lived creatively impressive progressive rock/fusion band Camel specializes in music that is meant to be listened to, not mearly heard as back-ground.  Those of you who still can turn off your phone and television and spend time just listening to great music will be justly rewarded by this sweet piece from Camel’s album “MoonMadness.”  Thanks to Laser Show Dynamic you not only get to listen with your ears, you also get to listen with your eyes.  Savor the experience.
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“Fat Old Sun” – David Gilmour

“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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“Cosmic Messenger” – Jean Luc Ponty – screener

“Cosmic Messenger” – Jean Luc Ponty – screener

My favorite French violin virtuoso?  The incredible Jean Luc Ponty.  He invented entirely new sounds for the violin through fusions of beat music, rock, and classical influences combined with innovative use of distortion boxes, MIDI, phase shifters, and wah-wah pedals.
Jean played with John Mclaughlin’s Majavishnu Orchestra,  toured with Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention, and created an ocean of mind-bending music.  His influence on jazz, jazz-rock, progressive rock, orchestral, new age, and ambient music cannot be overstated.
“Cosmic Messenger” was my introduction to Jean Luc Ponty long ago thanks to a good friend with an impressive record collection.  Now, here is your introduction to his sound, thanks to Laser Show Dynamic!
For more imaginary voyages with Jean Luc Ponty go to www.Ponty.com
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“Learn To Fly” – Twinemen

“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.

For more Twinemen go to iTunes.
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“The Brazilian” – Genesis

“The Brazilian” – Genesis – screener

Since Genesis formed in 1967 they evolved as the best progressive rock bands did.  Great theatrical sensibilities infused their musical visions and live performances.
Though my favorite Genesis album remains “Wind & Wuthering,” (Nothing beats listening to the Japanese pressing of the LP.)  my favorite 1980’s Genesis song is “The Brazilian.”  The melody progression paints a musical version of an Escher drawing.  With Laser Show Dynamic, you’ll see what I mean…
For more from Genesis go to Genesis-Music.com and iTunes.
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“Three Wishes” – Camel

“Three Wishes” – Camel – screener

Camel has been making wonderful music for decades, raising the bar for progressive rock with fusions of many influences. Lead guitarist and prolific composer Andrew Latimer’s distinctive style shines through in driving rock, haunting ballads, and works on an orchestral scale. Camel earned a very devoted following, yet still fly under most people’s radar. If you haven’t had the privilege, please allow me to make the formal introduction. Enjoy “Three Wishes” from their 2000 album “Rajaz,” through the wonder of Laser Show Dynamic!

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“Genesis Ch.1 V.32” – The Alan Parsons Project

“Genesis Ch.1 V.32” – The Alan Parsons Project – screener

Alan Parsons engineered “Abbey Road” and “Dark Side of the Moon” – so it’s no surprise his collaboration with Eric Woolfson as The Alan Parsons Project created incredible music.  “I Robot” still resonates with the feel of the not-too-distant future decades after its release. Here is my favorite instrumental from it – “Genesis Ch.1 V.32” – a creation about creation.  Which makes the Laser Show Dynamic take on it… a creation about a creation about creation.
So… Let there be light!

For more wonder-filled music from Alan Parsons go to AlanParsonsMusic.com

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“White Rabbit” – Jefferson Airplane

“White Rabbit” – Jefferson Airplane – screener 

21st Century Laser Show Dynamic meets 1960’s Jefferson Airplane at the Fillmore!  An homage to Jefferson Airplane, the wizards of the ’60’s light shows, and one of my favorite poster artists – Victor Moscoso.   Lewis Carroll never saw this coming!  Or maybe he did…

For more music by Jefferson Airplane go to JeffersonAirplane.com and iTunes.

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