I like coffee. I like tea. Apparently the people from The Manhattan Transfer do too. At least that’s what the “Java Jive” ist about.
Now something experimental and unusual , a composition from Gershon Kingsley , born 1922 in Bochum. Gershons compositions are between Avantgarde and Pop , here one of it as exxample , a live performance using one of the first synthesizers “the Moog ” with the title “Sabbath for today ” a live transmission out of the temple Rodeph Shalom on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
if noone has known it before , no problem i didn´t at all, but this one knows everybody i bet ^^ Popcorn