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Belgium Belgium. DJ since Feb 22, 2009

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djiezes Pink Floyd's Shine On You Crazy Diamond. 1990 @ Knebsworth. Candy Dulfer on the Saxophone @ 8'26"
djiezes At first, Torry [the singer] struggled to divine what the band wanted, but then she was inspired to pretend that she herself was an instrument (-wiki)
djiezes - "... one of the few songs that they didn't write. ... It allowed them to spread out and jam ..."
djiezes "... One World. One Sky. We Live. We Die. ..."
djiezes "... So many reasons to remain. So many people to embrace. So many questions to be asked. So many answers to be found. ..."
djiezes "... They say I never landed. You know they might be right. It looks better from above. With some distance in between. ..."
djiezes "... Tonight we light the fires. We call our ships to port. Tonight we walk on water. And tomorrow we'll be gone. ..."

covenant- call the ships to port

djiezes "... We dance to the sound of sirens. We are the heroes of self-deception. ..."

Covenant Theremin

djiezes "... There's a party going on. We'll all be here dancing underground. ..."

Covenant- Riot (w/ lyrics!)

djiezes "... I am the rhythm and the noise, the voices in your blood ..."
djiezes "... I'm the figurehead on a ship of fools ..."
djiezes The Band - The Weight. '69 Woodstock version.

The Band ... the Weight 1969 @ woodstock live

djiezes "Cry 'Havoc!', and let slip the dogs of war".
djiezes - I think I'll always prefer the Hendrix version, but this one by Bear McCreary is awesome.
djiezes - "The band's bass player John Paul Jones considers this to be one of his favourite Led Zeppelin songs."
djiezes - "... a state of evolution at which the body would have two more than the normal 46 total chromosomes."
djiezes - ... "other inspiration for the song was the bolero used by Miles Davis and Gil Evans"

Jefferson Airplane -White Rabbit-

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