1. Player da Rock Rádio Lágrima Psicodélica!!! Rolando agora na programação da RRLP. Nossa companhia Rock and Roll noite e dia!!!
  2. The Flower That Shattered The Stone This song is by John Denver and appears on the album Earth Songs () and on the album The Flower That Shattered The Stone (). This song has been translated into 中文 (Chinese).
  3. Dec 17,  · Another gem off Santana's treasured LP "Caravanserai" Tom Rutley's acoustic bass line is wicked and compliments this "march" superbly.
  4. John Surman really is a truly wonderful player. On this CD he is joined by strings and a bass player - Chris Laurence. The opening track - "At Dusk" is very laid back and somewhat morose, very atmospheric and cerebral. Later on the CD comes to life a bit.5/5(7).
  5. A shared vision to create a truly authentic, high energy tribute to Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame artist, Carlos Santana, resulted in the formation of The StoneFlower Band in The name was adopted from a song on the Caravanserai Album, which represents a pivotal period in .
  6. In Voices Of Latin Rock: The People And Events That Created This Sound, the origin of "Stone Flower" is described succinctly by Mike Shrieve: it was written by Antonio Carlos Jobim as an instrumental, and "I wrote the lyrics on ponvosasthetowho.anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.infoinfo and I sang the song". Phil Mogg said something similar about the UFO track "Flying", which is where the similarity begins and ends.
  7. Stone Flower, a song by John Surman, Chris Laurence, Trans4mation on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
  8. Recorded in at Rudy Van Gelder's studio in New Jersey under the production auspices of Creed Taylor, the arrangement and conducting skills of Deodato, and the engineering expertise of Van Gelder himself, Jobim's Stone Flower is quite simply one of his most quietly stunning works -- and certainly the high point of his time at Columbia. Nearly a decade after the paint peeled from the shine.

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