Guest views are now limited to 12 pages. If you get an "Error" message, just sign in! If you need to create an account, click here.

Jump to content

The Nice - 3rd Movement - Acceptance "Brandenburger" (1968)

Recommended Posts



Featuring  keyboardist Keith Emerson ( later to found ELP .....RIP) at age 24...


Likely greatest keyboardist in  pop-rock history....


Right after him  for me there's Rick Van Der Linden-RIP of Dutch band Ekseption...JMHO


Got overwhelmed when I heard this for the 1st tme......I was around 16.....




Link to post
Share on other sites




From  beautiful  "Elegy" album


Awesome piano ( as usual) and tambourine ( somehow essential imo....You be the judge)


To me ( I'm very biased mind you) a dropdead track...Esp the 1st half...JMHO





Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Similar Content

    • By umbertino
      Fmr. King Crimson members and great musicians ( Mike Giles...special drummer)
      Great album imo
      Steve Winwood – organ, and piano solo on "Turnham Green"
    • By umbertino
      00:00 - Roundabout
      8:33 - Cans and Brahms
      10:13 - We Have Heaven
      11:53 - South Side of the Sky
      19:48 - Five Per Cent for Nothing
      20:26 - Long Distance Runaround
      23:47 - The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)
      26:35 - Mood for a Day
      29:34 - Heart of the Sunrise
      Some of the album tracks emphasize each band member ability ( bass, vocals, keyboards, guitar, drums)
      Great album imo
      Saw them in October 1977 at the Oakland, CA. Coliseum in a memorable 3 hr. long show.....
    • By umbertino
      From  "Mercury Falling"  1996
      Saw him in 1985 in Verona, Italy ( city of Romeo & Juliet) in the beautiful setting of the Arena which looks  exactly like Rome Colosseum only slightly smaller
    • By umbertino
      Composed by George Harrison-RIP....He was 24 when he composed this one......
      Incredibly beautiful & insightful imho.....
      We were talking, about the space between us all And the people, who hide themselves behind a wall of illusion Never glimpse the truth, then it's far too late when they pass away
      We were talking, about the love we all could share When we find it, to try our best to hold it there, with our love With our love we could save the world, if they only knew
      Try to realize it's all within yourself, no-one else can make you change And to see you're really only very small And life flows on within you and without you
      We were talking, about the love that's gone so cold And the people who gain the world and lose their soul They don't know, they can't see, are you one of them?
      When you've seen beyond yourself Then you may find peace of mind is waiting there And the time will come when you see we're all one And life flows on within you and without you
      "Within You Without You"
      We're not trying to outwit the public. The whole idea is to try a little bit to lead people into different tastes.[163] – George Harrison, 1967
      Harrison wrote the Hindustani classical music-inspired "Within You Without You" after the decision was made to discard "Only a Northern Song".[164] The lyrics reflect Harrison's immersion in the teachings of the Hindu Vedas while its musical form and Indian instrumentation, such as sitar, tabla, dilrubas and tamburas, recall the Hindu devotional tradition known as bhajan.[165]
      Harrison recorded the song with London-based Indian musicians from the Asian Music Circle; none of the other Beatles participated in the recording.[166] The track features a tempo rubato that is without precedent in the Beatles' catalogue.[167
      ] The pitch is derived from the eastern Khamaj scale, which is akin to the Mixolydian mode in the West.[168] MacDonald regards the song as "the most distant departure from the staple Beatles sound in their discography", and a work that represents the "conscience" of the LP through the lyrics' rejection of Western materialism.[169]
      Womack calls it "quite arguably, the album's ethical soul" as a concise reflection of the Beatles' and the counterculture's perspective during the Summer of Love era.[167] The track ends with a burst of laughter that some listeners interpret as a mockery of the song, but Harrison explained: "It's a release after five minutes of sad music ... You were supposed to hear the audience anyway, as they listen to Sergeant Pepper's Show. That was the style of the album."[170][nb 17] Martin used the moment of levity as a segue for what he describes as the album's "jokey track" – "When I'm Sixty-Four".[172]
  • Popular Now

  • Testing the Rocker Badge!

  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.