Instrumentalists Unite (Original Western Music Instrumentalists)

Instrumentalists Unite (Original Western Music  Instrumentalists) Musicians who are instrumentalists and backing artists for singers Created by Andrea Brito Babapulle who is a teacher first and a musician next and a solo instrumentalist whose music is all original.This page is to encourage those who like to contribute their music and share it.

The music must be totally original. I.e. not taken from any other artist and limited to instrumentals. It also serves as a page of education to the people who only believe that vocals pave the way :).

The music must be totally original. I.e. not taken from any other artist and limited to instrumentals. It also serves as a page of education to the people who only believe that vocals pave the way :).

General Manager: Andrea

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AneCdotes from @Ella la co..  reliving years ago, the cultural critic Greil Marcus wrote of Jimi Hendrix's performance o...
01/17/2022

AneCdotes from @Ella la co.. reliving years ago, the cultural critic Greil Marcus wrote of Jimi Hendrix's performance of our national anthem as "his great NO to the war, to racism, to whatever you or he might think of and want gone. But then that discord shattered, and for more than four and a half long, complex minutes Hendrix pursued each invisible crack in a vecssel that had once been whole, feeling out and exploring and testing himself and his music against anguish, rage, fear, hate, love offered, and love refused. When he finished, he had created an anthem that could never be summed up and that would never come to rest. In the end it was a great YES, both a threat and a beckoning, an invitation to America to match its danger, glamour, and freedom."

AneCdotes from @Ella la co.. reliving years ago, the cultural critic Greil Marcus wrote of Jimi Hendrix's performance of our national anthem as "his great NO to the war, to racism, to whatever you or he might think of and want gone. But then that discord shattered, and for more than four and a half long, complex minutes Hendrix pursued each invisible crack in a vecssel that had once been whole, feeling out and exploring and testing himself and his music against anguish, rage, fear, hate, love offered, and love refused. When he finished, he had created an anthem that could never be summed up and that would never come to rest. In the end it was a great YES, both a threat and a beckoning, an invitation to America to match its danger, glamour, and freedom."

Piracy of privacy. Thats a family page. Your f**keredcheckers are otherwise unemployed eneducated  college dropouts  lik...
01/16/2022

Piracy of privacy. Thats a family page. Your f**keredcheckers are otherwise unemployed eneducated college dropouts like your faceless staff on community standards who rob other peoples pages. Please delete my independent policy makers page. From today. Its not going to be maintained . Further fathead these aren't "customers" but my FRIENDS. And i will not allow you to persecute them.

Btw some are only their opinions but the left shows the number of people interacting with this page though the numbers a...
01/16/2022

Btw some are only their opinions but the left shows the number of people interacting with this page though the numbers are few. Remember Andrea Brito Babapulle (please like her link, only 4 liked her 😂😁😀😊 admins I bet.) The right is an opinion after the UK spilt the beans about the 3rd jab causing weakness in the bodies jabbed. I work nights so i didn't get jabbed either. But! I always wear a mask even to the night mall at 7/11. F*ckerberg knows f.all as well.

"I got that first record out, it came out in '47... Then my name began to ring around. I began to take over. From that p...
01/16/2022

"I got that first record out, it came out in '47... Then my name began to ring around. I began to take over. From that point, I tell you, Chicago was in my hand, all the more time that those guys had to listen to me. I was always singing the way I felt, and maybe I didn't exactly know it, I rambled all the time. I was just like that, like a rollin' stone."
- Muddy Waters

"I got that first record out, it came out in '47... Then my name began to ring around. I began to take over. From that point, I tell you, Chicago was in my hand, all the more time that those guys had to listen to me. I was always singing the way I felt, and maybe I didn't exactly know it, I rambled all the time. I was just like that, like a rollin' stone."
- Muddy Waters

What is your Blues outfit ?"A 1959 Stratocaster guitar, for which I used heavy strings. An acoustic guitar cannot be pro...
01/15/2022

What is your Blues outfit ?
"A 1959 Stratocaster guitar, for which I used heavy strings. An acoustic guitar cannot be properly heard on the stage. Furthermore, it's difficult to combine the open D and open G tunings with a high female voice and, for example, an acoustic Naational guitar. My National only has 14 frets and the capo has to be raised too much, a Stratocaster and a Gibson have much longer necks. I use wine bottleneck...they don't make whiskey bottles with those straight necks. John Hammond and Son House both use metal and Fred had a short gin bottle neck so he can play some strings instead of rowing across the entire width [scream 'nanananaaaah' to echo the classic Elmore James intro...] I wear my bottleneck on my middle finger. That sometimes resulted in a nice incident, when someone asked me what I had on my finger, on which I bent my fingers in front of the camera and thus half the Americans people and only the middle finger with the bottleneck held straight up...I made it famous in States...hahaha"- Bonnie Raitt interviw by Jan-Maarten de Winter, Muziekkrant OOR.

What is your Blues outfit ?
"A 1959 Stratocaster guitar, for which I used heavy strings. An acoustic guitar cannot be properly heard on the stage. Furthermore, it's difficult to combine the open D and open G tunings with a high female voice and, for example, an acoustic Naational guitar. My National only has 14 frets and the capo has to be raised too much, a Stratocaster and a Gibson have much longer necks. I use wine bottleneck...they don't make whiskey bottles with those straight necks. John Hammond and Son House both use metal and Fred had a short gin bottle neck so he can play some strings instead of rowing across the entire width [scream 'nanananaaaah' to echo the classic Elmore James intro...] I wear my bottleneck on my middle finger. That sometimes resulted in a nice incident, when someone asked me what I had on my finger, on which I bent my fingers in front of the camera and thus half the Americans people and only the middle finger with the bottleneck held straight up...I made it famous in States...hahaha"- Bonnie Raitt interviw by Jan-Maarten de Winter, Muziekkrant OOR.

What is your Blues outfit ?"A 1959 Stratocaster guitar, for which I used heavy strings. An acoustic guitar cannot be pro...
01/15/2022

What is your Blues outfit ?
"A 1959 Stratocaster guitar, for which I used heavy strings. An acoustic guitar cannot be properly heard on the stage. Furthermore, it's difficult to combine the open D and open G tunings with a high female voice and, for example, an acoustic Naational guitar. My National only has 14 frets and the capo has to be raised too much, a Stratocaster and a Gibson have much longer necks. I use wine bottleneck...they don't make whiskey bottles with those straight necks. John Hammond and Son House both use metal and Fred had a short gin bottle neck so he can play some strings instead of rowing across the entire width [scream 'nanananaaaah' to echo the classic Elmore James intro...] I wear my bottleneck on my middle finger. That sometimes resulted in a nice incident, when someone asked me what I had on my finger, on which I bent my fingers in front of the camera and thus half the Americans people and only the middle finger with the bottleneck held straight up...I made it famous in States...hahaha"- Bonnie Raitt interviw by Jan-Maarten de Winter, Muziekkrant OOR.

What is your Blues outfit ?
"A 1959 Stratocaster guitar, for which I used heavy strings. An acoustic guitar cannot be properly heard on the stage. Furthermore, it's difficult to combine the open D and open G tunings with a high female voice and, for example, an acoustic Naational guitar. My National only has 14 frets and the capo has to be raised too much, a Stratocaster and a Gibson have much longer necks. I use wine bottleneck...they don't make whiskey bottles with those straight necks. John Hammond and Son House both use metal and Fred had a short gin bottle neck so he can play some strings instead of rowing across the entire width [scream 'nanananaaaah' to echo the classic Elmore James intro...] I wear my bottleneck on my middle finger. That sometimes resulted in a nice incident, when someone asked me what I had on my finger, on which I bent my fingers in front of the camera and thus half the Americans people and only the middle finger with the bottleneck held straight up...I made it famous in States...hahaha"- Bonnie Raitt interviw by Jan-Maarten de Winter, Muziekkrant OOR.

Contents of an email I received yesterday.  Strictly for seniors. My Disclaimer: If you believe everything you read, ple...
01/10/2022
If You Get This Plant at Home, You’ll Never See Mice, Spiders, or Ants Again

Contents of an email I received yesterday. Strictly for seniors. My Disclaimer: If you believe everything you read, please see a psychiatrist.

And on the 8th day, God created Seniors.

Most seniors never get enough exercise. In His wisdom, God decreed that a senior become forgetful so they would have to search for their glasses, keys, and other things, thus doing more walking. And God looked down and saw that it was good.

Then God saw there was another need. In His wisdom He made seniors lose coordination so they would drop things, requiring them to bend, reach, and stretch. And God looked down and saw that it was good.

Then God considered the function of bladders and decided seniors would have additional calls of nature, requiring more trips to the bathroom, thus providing more exercise. God looked down and saw that it was good.

So, if you find, as you age, you are getting up and down more, remember it's God's will. It is all in your best interest even though you mutter under your breath.

Nine Important Facts to Remember as We Grow Older:

#9 Death is the number 1 killer in the world.
#8 Life is sexually transmitted.
#7 Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
#6 Men have two motivations: hunger and hanky-panky, and they can't tell them apart. If you see a gleam in his eyes, make him a sandwich.
#5 Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day. Teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks, months, maybe years.
#4 Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in the hospital, dying of nothing.
#3 All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.
#2 In the '60s, people took L*D to make the world weird. Now the world is weird, and people take Prozac to make it normal.
#1 Life is like a jar of jalapeno peppers. What you do today may be a burning issue tomorrow.
https://youtu.be/OdJnRxYjOmI

How to Get Rid of Mice, Spiders, and Ants. How to keep pests out without hurting yourself with chemical repellents? According to the Canadian Center of Occup...

Umi Garret don't get dissuaded by the kid stuff. She is very practiced. And if the average mother asked her child to pra...
01/08/2022
Umi Garrett Plays For Ellen

Umi Garret don't get dissuaded by the kid stuff. She is very practiced. And if the average mother asked her child to practice, there'd be protests and complaints.
https://youtu.be/WDijejpjGuE

Umi Garrett is a phenomenon. She is known to the world as the 10 year old girl who can play the piano upside down. Classically trained, Umi made headlines al...

01/01/2022
Who Are the Most Dangerous Zodiac Signs?

Musicians are in all months. Toldja aquarian is harmless. 7 months apart is dangerous. Cancer and pisces good match. Virgo hall fellow well met, trust no one.

Miguel Jiminez on bandcamp  song Albarizuela Seguiriya. Guitar Latin..  Sends Andrea Brito Babapulle  his link on Linked...
12/26/2021
ALBARIZUELA (Seguiriya), by MIGUEL JIMENEZ

Miguel Jiminez on bandcamp song Albarizuela Seguiriya. Guitar Latin.. Sends Andrea Brito Babapulle his link on Linked in and she sends it to me, or posts using my password. So much easier. A lady to be trusted. Never use the Business applications on facebook. You.e roooked for every cent you have if it is on credit card. Say good bye to your life. Put 12 months ahead even though it may be
once off. Veritasium so good on whistle blowing.
https://migueljimenez1.bandcamp.com/track/albarizuela-seguiriya

track by MIGUEL JIMENEZ

Kenny G on the air tonight. Rather in the mood for some sentimental and no vocals. That's why Andrea Brito Babapulle is ...
12/22/2021
Kenny G | Collection | Non-Stop Playlist

Kenny G on the air tonight. Rather in the mood for some sentimental and no vocals. That's why Andrea Brito Babapulle is a instrumentalist. But she makes some absolutely super lyrics.

https://youtu.be/2cFNEhjpgkE

I Do Not Own the Music or the Images. Fair Use Act Disclaimer. Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, Allowance is Made for “Fair ...

The next couple of posts are the AR Rahman musicians by name and the instruments they play. Some have played solo but.on...
12/19/2021

The next couple of posts are the AR Rahman musicians by name and the instruments they play. Some have played solo but.once a band , always a band. I saw Nigel Bradford guitarist but no response on the click. Three per page.

The next couple of posts are the AR Rahman musicians by name and the instruments they play. Some have played solo but.on...
12/19/2021

The next couple of posts are the AR Rahman musicians by name and the instruments they play. Some have played solo but.once a band , always a band. I saw Nigel Bradford guitarist but no response on the click. Three per page.

The next couple of posts are the AR Rahman musicians by name and the instruments they play. Some have played solo but.on...
12/19/2021

The next couple of posts are the AR Rahman musicians by name and the instruments they play. Some have played solo but.once a band , always a band. I saw Nigel Bradford guitarist but no response on the click. Three per page.

The next couple of posts are the AR Rahman musicians by name and the instruments they play. Some have played solo but.on...
12/19/2021

The next couple of posts are the AR Rahman musicians by name and the instruments they play. Some have played solo but.once a band , always a band. I saw Nigel Bradford guitarist but no response on the click. Three per page.

Intelligence
12/13/2021

Intelligence

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Can you fancy going to the moon and finding american litter? Ugh. They just don't know how to pick up.after them. YouTub...
11/29/2021
Scientists Just Observed Something Unexpected On The Moon That May Change Everything

Can you fancy going to the moon and finding american litter? Ugh. They just don't know how to pick up.after them.
YouTube / The Crystal Collector
Lunar Rover's Rare Discovery Leaves Scientists With Urgent Questions
By Joe Kozlowski
While you might not know the mineral composition of an asteroid or the exact size of the Milky Way, everyone knows the basic order of the world. But sometimes that natural order is subverted by a monumental find. In fact, a lunar rover scouring the surface of the moon recently discovered a strange substance amidst the familiar rocks and dust that seemed completely out of place.

Chinese Mission

Unlike the space race era, people aren't going to the moon so much lately. However, scientists are still scouring its surface for clues about the universe. In fact, China launched Yutu-2, an unmanned lunar rover that uncovered something... unusual.

China National Space Administration
One-of-a-Kind Images

After landing on the dark side of the moon in late 2018, Yutu-2 started tracking across the lunar surface. It constantly snapped pictures along the way, hoping to capture evidence of anything that could be scientifically significant.

China National Space Administration
Need to Nap

Scientists would eagerly examine each photo after it was beamed back to Earth, but they never spotted anything unusual. The rover needed to "nap" each day, however, giving them some time for extra analysis.

YouTube / Outer Space
Fine Detail

During the rover's down time, each photo was analyzed down to the smallest detail. As usual, scientists just saw a great deal of dust. But in one photo, something abnormal stood out.

Photo by NASA/Getty Images)
Homogenous Surface

As you might imagine, the moon's surface is pretty plain. While there are plenty of ridges and craters, there isn't a great deal of color variation; just about everything is the same shade of dusty gray.

Photo by Heritage Space/Heritage Images/Getty Images
Something Off

In one photo, however, there was a small glint of light. Something was shining at the bottom of a crater. The scientists were perplexed; nothing on the moon should naturally be reflective...

Chinese Lunar Exploration Project
Glint of Light

Re-assuming control of the mission's rover, the researchers guided it back towards the crater in question. If something unexplained was there, they were going to see it up close and personal!

NASA
Getting Closer

Yutu-2 crested the lip of the crater and dropped down into the dust. After a few quick maneuvers, its spectrometer was able to locate the strange substance. But what had the rover found?

YouTube / The Planetary Society
Moon Gem

The Chinese scientists carefully maneuvered the rover's arm towards the strange object. Moments later, a crystalline substance emerged from the dust. But how did that gem end up buried in outer space?

YouTube / The Crystal Collector
Seeking Answers

Given that the rover was still over 200,000 miles away from Earth, it was hard to get a good read on what the material was. One scientist, however, had a good idea...

NASA
Liquefied Glass

Mahesh Anand, a reader in planetary science at the Open University, suspected that the object could have been liquefied glass; due to the vacuum of space, it would have solidified into what the rover found.

YouTube / OpenLearn from The Open University
Crater Commentary

Since the substance was discovered in an impact crater, scientists have taken extra interest in the find. They believed that it could actually have a connection they've already seen on Earth.

Wikimedia Commons / D. Roddy, U.S. Geological Survey
Intense Heat

Because a similar phenomenon has been observed closer to home, scientists believe the glass could have been created by the force and heat of a meteor hitting the moon. This connection gave researchers an easy frame of reference, as one physicist explains...

YouTube / USMiner
Similar to a Nuke

“At the site where the first nuclear bomb was tested in New Mexico," physicist Walter Freeman said, "there is a glassy mineral called trinitite." That substance was formed by the energy released in the explosion.

Twitter / @piorg
Other Irregularities

But the glass wasn't the first strange geographic discovery on the moon. In fact, astronauts on Apollo 17 picked up an unusual substance during the time on the lunar surface in 1972.

NASA
Red Soil

They found some strange red soil on the surface and brought it back to Earth for analysis. NASA was shocked to discover what their astronauts stumbled upon in outer space.

European Space Agency
Volcanic Ash

The soil was red, it turned out, due to a volcanic eruption that took place nearly four billion years ago. The moon might look cold and dark today, but some of those craters used to be explosive.

Wikimedia Commons / Darkimages08 | CC BY-SA 4.
Lunar Secrets

With that in mind, scientists are optimistic that Yutu-2's discovery could be the beginning of a major breakthrough. This may be the opportunity to learn more about the secrets lurking below the lunar surface.

Manhhi/Flickr | CC BY 2.0
The Water Question

"This [substance] would have even greater significance," Anand explained, "if it turned out to have experienced interaction with water-ice." And, if water can exist beyond Earth, that changes everything we know about the universe. And China's discovery was hardly the strangest thing to be located on the moon.

YouTube / Dreksler Astral
An Astronaut's Gotta Do What An Astronaut's Gotta Do

Entering zero gravity space doesn’t mean your normal bodily functions stop, well, functioning. Basically, astronauts on the Apollo missions had to p**p somewhere, and since there’s no port-a-potty on the moon, the astronauts had to dispose of their waste in bags. What did they end up doing with it all, you ask?

Photo by Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
Lightening The Load

Good question — one with a pretty gross answer. Logically, you may assume that the astronauts simply did their business in the bags and then stored them somewhere on the lunar module. This is basically true, except for one part: to lighten their load, the astronauts would simply leave the bags of p**p and other waste behind.

Svobodat / Wikimedia Commons | CC BY-SA 3.0
No Pooper Scooper Required

Think about it. If you were to go to the moon, wouldn’t you rather be weighed down by moon rocks and other galactic souvenirs rather than p**p? That was how the astronauts saw it, and nowadays, there are around 96 bags on the lunar surface. And believe it or not, NASA has plans for these lovely little bags of waste.

NASA
On The Lunar Surface

Since many of the bags have been there for decades, astrobiologists are curious to see how the waste has changed over time. How have they, uh, aged on the lunar surface? Has the bacteria mutated over time, and if so, in what way? Scientists are just as curious about the other objects left behind on the moon.

Photo by MPI/Getty Images
Litterbugs

That’s right — Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left more behind than bags of p**p. In fact, they chucked about 100 objects out of their module in order to lighten the load for more interesting things, like moon rocks and core samples. Of these 100 objects, some things were pretty mundane.

Photo by Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images
Moonwalking Away

Apollo 11 said good riddance to 12 pairs of space boots — at the end of their mission, they didn’t need them anymore, after all — as well as various shovels, rakes, and tools that, once used, simply took up too much space. Some of what they left behind, however, was meant to send a message.

Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post via Getty Images
A Permanent Message

Whether they trying to communicate to fellow astronauts, the people of Earth, or potential aliens, Armstrong and Aldrin’s words were clear all the same: “We came in peace for all mankind.” This is the message written in English across the Apollo 11 Lunar plaque, a permanent fixture on the moon.

NASA / Public Domain
President In Space

You probably noticed a non-astronaut signature on the plaque. Yep, Richard Nixon wasn’t just president when the Americans first walked on the moon, but also for all six moonwalks that followed. The last time anyone walked on the moon was 1972, two years before the only US president to have his name on the moon resigned in disgrace.

Photo by MPI/Getty Images
Conveying Goodwill

The Apollo 11 astronauts left some other famous objects behind in hopes of conveying goodwill: a gold olive branch pendant meant to represent world peace, a silicone disk bearing messages of hope from 70+ world leaders, and, of course, the American flag. Over the years, though, the moon has accumulated other strange items.

NASA / Public Domain
Making A Moon Museum

One such object isn’t even proven to exist! Rumor has it that in the ‘60s, sculptor Forrest Myers convinced six famous artists to draw nearly-microscopic doodles for an art piece called Moon Museum. Of course, the ultimate goal was for these kooky sketches to end up on the moon.

Los Angeles Examiner/USC Libraries/Corbis via Getty Images
Tiny Masterpiece

Myers recruited artists Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenberg, and Andy Warhol to contribute sketches. Allegedly, the doodles were etched onto a thumbnail-sized ceramic wafer. But when Myers’ art project was denied by NASA, the sculptor wasn’t ready to give up just yet.

PBS / Fair Use / Wikimedia Commons
Otherworldly Objects

As the legend goes, Myers ended up convincing an engineer working on Apollo 12 to hide the teeny-tiny art piece somewhere on the module. To this day, no one knows for sure if Myers’ scheme worked, but it doesn’t really matter — there are, after all, far weirder objects up there.

Buyenlarge/Getty Images
The Aluminum Astronaut

There’s even another art piece, except this one is definitely real. The piece, called Fallen Astronaut, is a tiny, 3.5 inch aluminum astronaut created by Belgian artist Paul Van Hoeydonck. The little statuette was left on the moon by Apollo 15 astronaut David Scott, who put it in a strategic place.

NASA / Public Domain
Not All Doom And Gloom

Scott laid the statuette on its side — hence the name "Fallen Astronaut" — and near a plaque bearing the names of 14 astronauts who’d died in previous missions. With all these solemn reminders of what people sacrificed in the name of space exploration, it’s easy to forget that there are some fun things among the moon dust, too.

Heritage Space/Heritage Images via Getty Images
"Fore!"

When astronaut Alan Shepard wasn’t using a six-iron golf club as a shovel on the Apollo 14 mission, he was using it to hit golf balls onto the green — or, uh, the desolate, gray lunar landscape. He claimed that the balls went “miles and miles” — so far, apparently, that he never retrieved them.

Heritage Space/Heritage Images via Getty Images
Exotic Family Vacation

Apollo 11 left an obvious mark on the moon with the American flag, Apollo 14 with Fallen Astronaut, Apollo 15 with a falcon feather, and Apollo 16 with golf balls. In an effort to leave his own memorable mark, Apollo 16’s Charles Duke left behind something close to his heart: a family photo. He left a curious message with it.

NASA / Public Domain
Meaningful Mementos

On the back of the wholesome family photo, Duke wrote, “This is the family of Astronaut Duke from Planet Earth. Landed on the Moon, April, 1972.” The only people who really saw the photo was the crew of Apollo 17, the final manned mission to the moon. While there, they found all sorts of things, some meaningful and others...not so meaningful.

NASA / Public Domain
There's Trash Everywhere

There are old film magazines — presumably for when life on the moon got a little tedious, we guess? — as well as backpacks, insulated blankets, and utility towels. And yes, there’s litter. From used wet wipes to space food wrappers, some people just don’t know how to pick up after themselves...

NASA
The Messy Moon

That said, a majority of the “junk” strewn across the surface of the moon isn’t necessarily litter. The moon is practically a graveyard of technology’s past. Alongside the p**p and art pieces are old TV cameras and rolls of film, and that’s not even including the material that makes up a majority of the mess on the moon.

Wolfgang Kunz/ullstein bild via Getty Images
Graveyard Of Abandoned Debris

Of all the junk on the moon, most of the debris is from old spacecrafts, both manned or unmanned. There are actually around 70 old spacecrafts in total, from lunar modules of missions past to long-dead rovers to failed orbiters.

Frederic CASTEL/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
Not-So-Empty Space

The moon is laden with 400,000 pounds of space junk, and that number is growing. When unmanned lunar modules crash-land onto the moon, they leave their debris behind, presumably until they wither away or are cleaned up by future astronauts.

Hulton Archive/Getty Images
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