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Peter Gabriel – And it Did Rain, Not Red Though

Feb 04, 2012 1 Comment by

by Joseph Terrazas Houston, TX Woodlands Pavilion Was a nice evening for a concert, a 25 years old pop musician from Uzbekistasn, Sevara Nazarkhan, opened up for Mr. Gabriel. She was playing a stringed instrument called the dutar a 15th century 2 stringed instrument that is plucked and not strummed and has a voice that […]

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A Sabbath fan goes “New Age”

Jan 27, 2012 No Comments by

by Joseph Terrazas I’ve enjoyed and followed New Age Music since 1989, I went from listening to Black Sabbath 8 track tapes,  turned on the radio, heard Enya and in a split second, My Musical Taste Changed. I became a new age fanatic,  had heard Acoustic Alchemy on a new age station in Galveston, and have collected […]

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Stevie Ray & Joe Cocker – What would YOU do

Jan 23, 2012 No Comments

by Joseph Terrazas Stevie Ray opened up with Cold Shot, then Crossfire, he was so good. He was wearing his Mexican apparel, the Serape, western hat and sharp pointed boots, he was greatly appreciated. His “Blues-ish” songs really were timely with the crowd, ( Vaughn died in a helicopter crash 10 days later) Boy the […]

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Eric Clapton – “he Tears into…..”

Dec 22, 2011 2 Comments

by Joseph Terrazas Clapton saved the best for last in this 2 Hour Show. The 1st part Focused on his new material from his Pilgrim Album. It was pretty boring. He expressing some of his emotional turmoil. “River of tears- ‘My Fathers Eye’s “-and “Broken Hearted “- The second part…. an acoustic format that worked […]

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Last game at the Astrodome – 8th Wonder of the World

Nov 18, 2011 No Comments

by Joseph Terrazas. I HAD to take my kids to see the last game at the historic dome. As they were moving to a new retractable roof, Reliant Park. The Astros beat the Dodgers 3-0. The temperature was always around 73 degrees. And sound really carried well in there. I was too busy taking pictures […]

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