100 FULL CONCERTS………………………. LIVE

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

As some of you know, I have an eclectic and diverse taste in music…here are a 100 concerts for you…

Drink Life In To a LIFE UNLIMITED!

~ Uncle Russ

A     Collection of Full Live Concerts !

Click Here to Watch ABBA       – USA 1980
Click Here to Watch Adele       – London, England 2011
Click Here to Watch Aerosmith       – Tokyo, Japan 2002
Click Here to Watch a-ha       – Oslo, Norway 2001
Click Here to Watch Alicia       Keys – New York, NY 2005
Click Here to Watch Amy       Winehouse – Glastonbury, England 2008
Click Here to Watch Amy       Macdonald – Open Air Festival, Czech Republic 2012
Click Here to Watch Arctic       Monkeys – Manchester, England in 2008
Click Here to Watch Avril       Lavigne – Calgary, Canada 2007
Click Here to Watch Barry       Manilow – 2011
Click Here to Watch Barry       White – a selection of performances
Click Here to Watch Beach       Boys – The Lost Concert 1964
Click Here to Watch Beatles       – Melbourne, Australia 1964
Click H e re to Watch Bee       Gees – MA, USA 2001
Click Here to Watch Beyonce       – Glastonbury, England 2011
Click Here to Watch Billy       Joel – Tokyo, Japan 2006
Click Here to Watch Blur       – Glastonbury, England 2009
Click Here to Watch Bon       Jovi – Udinese, Italy 2011
Click Here to Watch Bob       Marley – Dortmund, Germany 1980
Click Here to Watch Britney       Spears – London, England 2000
Click Here to Watch Bruce       Springsteen – Glastonbury, England 2009
Click Here to Watch Celine       Dion – Memphis, USA
Click Here to Watch Christina       Aguilera – London, England 200
Click Here to Watch Coldplay – Austin, Texas, Christmas eve 2011/2012/span>
Click Here to Watch Cranberries       – Chile 2010
Click Here to Watch David       Bowie – Vancouver, Canada 1983
Click Here to Watch Deep       Purple – Copenhagen / New York 1972-1973
Click Here to Watch Depeche       Mode – Paris, France 2001
Click Here to Watch Diana       Ross – Sweden 1968
Click Here to Watch The       Doors- Hollywood, USA 1968
Click Here to Watch Duran       Duran – London, England 2004
Click Here to Watch Elton       John – Rome, Italy 2005/span>
Click Here to Watch Elvis       Costello – Cologne, Germany 1978
Click Here to Watch Eminem       – New York, NY 2005
Click Here to Watch Enrique       Iglesias – Belfast, Ireland 2007
Click Here to Watch Eric       Clapton – Windsor, England 1992
Click Here to Watch Frank       Sinatra – Tokyo, Japan 1985
Click Here to Watch Franz       Ferdinand – Glastonbury, England 2009
Click Here to Watch Genesis       – Dusseldorf, Germany 2007
Click Here to Watch Green       Day – Italy 2005
Click Here to Watch Guns       and Roses – Paris, France 1992
Click Here to Watch Gypsy Kings – Los Angeles, California, USA 1990
Click Here to Watch James       Blunt – Nyon, Switzerland 2011
Click Here to Watch Jamiroquai       – Nyon, Switzerland 2010
Click Here to Watch Jay-Z       – London, England 2012
Click Here to Watch Jennifer       Lopez – Moscow, Russia 2012
Click Here to Watch Jimi       Hendrix – Stockholm, Sweden 1969
Click Here to Watch Joe Cocker – Baden-Baden, Germany 1996
Click Here to Watch Kane       – London, England 2007
Click Here to Watch Kings       of Leon – Landgrf, Netherlands 2011
Click Here to Watch Kiss       – Fuji, Japan 2006
Click Here to Watch Kylie       Minogue – London, England 2011
Click Here to Watch Lady       Gaga – Sydney, Australia
Click Here to Watch Led       Zeppelin – London, England 1970
Click Here to Watch Leonard       Cohen – London, England 2008/9
Click Here to Watch Linkin       Park – Madrid, Spain 2010
Click Here to Watch Little       Richard – London, England 1972
Click Here to Watch Louis       Armstrong – Belgium 1959
Click Here to Watch Luciano       Pavarotti – Barcelona, Spain
Click Here to Watch Madonna       – Lisbon, Portugal 2004
Click Here to Watch Manic       Street Fritz’rs – Scotland 2009
Click Here to Watch Mariah       Carey – Morocco 2012
Click Here to Watch Metallica       – Nimes, France 2009
Click Here to Watch Michael       Jackson – Brunei 1996
Click Here to Watch Moby       – Novi Sad, Serbia, 2009
Click Here to Watch Muse       – London, England 2012
Click Here to Watch Neil       Young – New York, NY 2012
Click Here to Watch Nirvana       – Rome, Italy 1991
Click Here to Watch Norah       Jones – Amsterdam, Netherlands 2007
Click Here to Watch Offspring       – Woodstock Festival in New York, USA 1999
Click Here to Watch Phil       Collins – Paris, France 2004
Click Here to Watch Pink       Floyd – Venice, Italy 1989
Click Here to Watch Pixies       – Brazil 2010
Click Here to Watch The       Police – Cologne, Germany 1980
Click Here to Watch Prince       – New York, NY 1985
Click Here to Watch Queen       – Argentina 1981
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Define Better – song and music video

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

This amazing song and music video features Chill EB, and was released by CCHR (www.CCHRint.org). It’s an eye-opening song about the pharma drugging of our children with psychiatric medications.

Define Better – song and music video

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5,000 Residents of ‘Dying City’ Lip Dub Song About Day the Music Died

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

In January, MainStreet.com named Grand Rapids, Michigan, 10th on its list of America’s “dying cities.”

5,000 Residents of ‘Dying City’ Lip Dub Song About Day the Music Died

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Music can spark creativity in math and science (w/ video)

In CategoryEducation, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

From records to boom boxes to CDs and iPods, music has long been part of the lifeblood of being a teenager. Learning math and science in class is not always such a priority.

Music can spark creativity in math and science (w/ video)

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Math meets music

In CategoryEducation, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Geometry is the force that shapes both the sound of music and the novel research of Florida State University composer-theorist Clifton Callender, whose work explores and maps the mathematics of musical harmony.

Math meets music

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Benjamin Zander on music and passion

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Benjamin Zander has two infectious passions: classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it — and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections.

Benjamin Zander on music and passion

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Willingness to Listen to Music Is Biological, Study of Gene Variants Suggests

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Check out my JUKEBOX under ABOUT RUSS on this website…

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Feb. 28, 2011) — Our willingness to listen to music is biological trait and related to the neurobiological pathways affecting social affiliation and communication, suggests a recent Finnish study.

Willingness to Listen to Music Is Biological, Study of Gene Variants Suggests

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Research reveals the biochemical connection between music and emotion

In CategoryEmotional Health, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

You are in a concert hall, listening to music you love, Ludwig von Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. You are happily awaiting the glorious climax in the fourth movement — you know it’s coming — when the full orchestra and chorus erupt with the “Ode to Joy.” The moment is here and you are exhilarated, awash in a sudden wave of pleasure.

Research reveals the biochemical connection between music and emotion

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Monterey Pop Festival 1967 – Part 9

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

The Pentatonic scale is by far among the most complex and ancient musical scales.

This video segment of one of the finest performances ever witnessed, or heard, in the west on the sitar, in 1967 in Monterey, CA, by Master Ravi Shankar, remains the stuff of legend.

Multiply the music several thousand fold, and you BEGIN, to understand thecomplexity of moringa and Zija®.

DRINK LIFE IN!®

~ Uncle Russ

Monterey Pop Festival 1967 – Canned Heat, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Eric Burdon, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Ravi Shankar & more

Monterey Pop Festival 1967 – Part 9

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MozART GROUP

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

We exist despite the sober formality of great concert halls, despite the boredom of classical musicians’ life, despite fanatic lovers of classical music, despite fans of rock, rap or pop who are afraid of classical music. We treat our Muse with a humorous irony and we’re sure, she will have nothing against it!”

MozART GROUP

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Unsteady on Your Feet? Try Music

In CategoryExercise, Fitness, Sports, Etc, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Elderly people in a new study cut their risk of falling by more than half after they took classes in eurythmics, an exercise-and-music program designed for young children.

Unsteady on Your Feet? Try Music

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Improve overall health with the sound of music

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

The popular expression “music soothes the savage beast” is apparently attributed to different sources of earlier centuries. Whatever the source, the essential message is the same. Music can affect us soothingly, stabilize our emotions, and improve physical and mental health. Of course, that depends on the type of music, doesn`t it?

Improve overall health with the sound of music

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ANGEL FLIGHT

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Radney Foster, Darden Smith, Darius Rucker talk about the making of “Angel Flight.”

ANGEL FLIGHT

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John Williams – J. Rodrigo – Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Guitar is not an ability that I have but admire so much…enjoy.    :)

~ Un’c Russ

John Williams perform the Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez by Joaquin Rodrigo on the guitar.

John Williams – J. Rodrigo – Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez

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“Wish You Were Here” (Zen Gardens)

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi
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How Can I Keep From Singing

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi
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Music benefits the brain, research reveals

In CategoryBrain/Mental Health, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

(NaturalNews) Northwestern University scientists have pulled together a review of research into what music — specifically, learning to play music — does to humans. The result shows music training does far more than allow us to entertain ourselves and others by playing an instrument or singing. Instead, it actually changes our brains.

Music benefits the brain, research reveals

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Background music can impair performance, cites new study

In CategoryBrain/Mental Health, Emotional Health, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

For decades research has shown that listening to music alleviates anxiety and depression, enhances mood, and can increase cognitive functioning, such as spatial awareness.

Background music can impair performance, cites new study

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Music trains the nervous system and improves learning ability

In CategoryBrain/Mental Health, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

(NaturalNews) Researchers from Northwestern University recently published a series of data in the journal Nature Reviews Neuroscience, revealing that music plays an important role in nervous system development. According to various, diverse scientific literature, musical training improves the brain’s overall ability to learn new things.

Music trains the nervous system and improves learning ability

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Hey Jude: Get That Song out My Head!

In CategoryMusic, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

ScienceDaily (May 27, 2010) — Some 98 to 99 percent of the population has, at some point, been “infected” with a song they just can’t seem to shake off. This common phenomenon has rarely been researched, until Andréane McNally-Gagnon, a PhD student at the University of Montreal Department of Psychology, decided to examine the issue in an ongoing investigation.

Hey Jude: Get That Song out My Head!

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Music aids Alzheimer’s patients in remembering new information

In CategoryAlzheimer's, Brain/Mental Health, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

It has been widely reported that in early Alzheimer’s and dementia patients Zija assists along with symphonic music.

~ Uncle Russ

Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have shown that patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are better able to remember new verbal information when it is provided in the context of music even when compared to healthy, older adults.

Music aids Alzheimer’s patients in remembering new information

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