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I know it, but cant name it. This is my kind of observing music..........................i feel at one with the universe whilst listening to this:

JMJ is one of the greatest composers of our time. John Williams (Star Wars) is another.

Here is JMJ at his best:

Modern day Mozart....................

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I totally agree about JMJ, here's "Ron's Piece" from the Rendezvous Album

"The song has been composed to be played on a saxophone by Ron McNair aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger.

It would be the first song played and recorded in space.

The Challenger has been the second shuttle built, after Columbia.

It went to space in 1983, on April 4, for the first time.

Challenger was destroyed in the second minute of STS-51-L, the orbiter's tenth mission, on January 28, 1986. A defect in the fuel tanks caused the Challenger explosion. The explosion happened during the takeoff and all the crew members were killed, including the teacher Christa McAuliffe, the first civil person that participated os a space flight."

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Ron's Piece STILL brings a tear to my eye.

What a beautiful piece.

IMHO..................JMJ............is a modern day musical genius.

I was at his London docklands gig many years ago. It rained ..........................................no one cared.

Did you know he pays for ALL of his concerts out of his own pocket.

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On the flip side.....................this is also one of the best pieces of music ever:

Metallica & the Sanfran orchecstra....................

Nothing else matters:

I'm a metal fan...................

Metallica are the godfathers of thrash metal.

How about this: It is epic. Its a full movie in 7 mins.

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