“Blue Sky” is a song by the American rock band the Allman Brothers Band from their third studio album, Eat a Peach (1972), released on Capricorn Records. The song was written and sung by guitarist Dickey Betts, who penned it about his girlfriend (and later wife), Sandy “Bluesky” Wabegijig. The track is also notable as one of guitarist Duane Allman‘s final recorded performances with the group. The band’s two guitarists, Duane Allman and Dickey Betts, alternate playing the song’s lead: Allman’s solo beginning 1:07 in, Betts joining in a shared melody line at 2:28, followed by Betts’s solo at 2:37. The song is notably more country-inspired than many songs in the band’s catalogue.
Performed, Recorded and Produced by Steve Keith at Baselines Designs Studio.
I recently re-read a book called the Joy of X. One of the chapters dealt with Möbius strips. There was information about somebody who put together a strip where they punched in a song, like they do with those music boxes. When the strip came around and flipped (as Möbius strips do), the holes were inverted leading to another melody where the lower notes were now higher and the higher notes lower. This of course intrigued me, and I found a site online where you could invert midi.
A recent song I wrote, ‘A Minuet to Three’ seemed a prime candidate. I took several inverted sections and used them as a prelude to the song. The first 58 seconds of this song are the verses of the original song inverted. I put some bass guitar and violin/cello over the top and voila (pun totally not intended) – this is how it came out.
Performed, recorded and produced by Steve Keith at Baselines Designs Studio in Boston, MA.
This song was a coming of age song for me – I remember waking up on sunny summer days and hearing it play on the top 40 radio station in my area. Rock music changed my young life!
“Summer in the City” is a song by the American pop band the Lovin’ Spoonful, written by John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian and Steve Boone. It was released as a single in July 1966 and was included on the album Hums of the Lovin’ Spoonful later that year. The single was the Lovin’ Spoonful’s fifth to break the top ten in the US and their only to reach No.?1. A departure from the band’s lighter sound, the recording features a harder rock style. The lyrics differ from most songs about the summer by lamenting the heat, contrasting the unpleasant warmth and noise of the daytime with the relief offered by the cool night, which allows for the nightlife to begin.
“Summer in the City” has since received praise from several music critics and musicologists for its changing major-minor keys and its inventive use of sound effects. The song has been covered by several artists, including Quincy Jones, whose 1973 version won the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement and has since been sampled by numerous hip hop artists.
This is my cover of a single released in 1974 by Steely Dan and the opening track of their third album Pretzel Logic. It was the most successful single of the group’s career, peaking at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1974.
A song from 1979. Elvis Costello, from his 3rd album ‘Armed Forces’. Inspired by the rise of the National Front and the Quisling Clinic in Wisconsin. Elvis recorded his vocal after a “night of carousing”. Original Produced by Nick Lowe. This version performed and produced by Steve Keith at Baselines Designs Studio.
This song is an interpretation of the whole String Theory idea, pretty much just made up from what I have read. The video is from various sources on line and the music was written, performed and produced by Steve Keith at Baselines Designs studio.
pstree -p $pid | perl -ne 'print "$1\n" while /\((\d+)\)/g'
We’re looking for numbers within parentheses so that we don’t, for example, give 2 as a child process when we run across gif2png(3012). But if the command name contains a parenthesized number, all bets are off. There’s only so far text processing can take you.
So I also think that process groups are the way to go. If you’d like to have a process run in its own process group, you can use the ‘pgrphack’ tool from the Debian package ‘daemontools’:
The only caveat here is that process groups do not nest, so if some process is creating its own process groups, its subprocesses will no longer be in the group that you created.ShareImprove this answerFollowanswered Jul 14 ’13 at 19:01Jander14.7k55 gold badges4343 silver badges6565 bronze badges
Child processes are arbitrary and may or may not use process groups themselves (I cannot assume anything). However your answer comes the closest to what seesm to be achievable in Linux, so I’ll accept it. Thanks. – STenyaKJul 17 ’13 at 11:57
Music written, performed and produced by Steve Keith at Baselines Designs studio. This is a song about fighting back sometimes against incredible odds no matter what part of the animal kingdom you belong to.
This song, ‘Shine, Shine’ was written back a few years ago and refined several times. I played all the instruments and programmed the ones I don’t know how to play (horns). I always was proud of the way this song came out. This will be the first cut on my new instrumental album.
I worked on the song, completely revising it with new guitars and bass. It was a blast looking at this old video of our dog Rudy through the years. He’s now 10 and still acts like a pup, albeit a little slower and one tooth less.
This is my version of the song Because from the Beatles Abbey Road album. It is accompanied by some pictures from the Abbey Road sessions. I play the instruments and do some vocal work on this. @kiwichrys helps out on vocals.
A cover of a great old song from the 80’s. @therealmadamez on vocals, @turbomaus on guitars. I did the other bits. Originally by Tina Turner released in 1984 from her 5th album Private Dancer. It became her most successful single.
Another Private Lightning song – I’m on bass guitar. The picture is the drum setup in the studio that was used on this song and the rest of the album. Recorded at AIR studios in Montserrat (before it was destroyed by a hurricane).