Sunup Days Remembered: This playlist obviously has Sunup tunes, but also includes many of the cover tunes that we performed over the years. Most of the cover tunes are from the 1970’s, because Sunup was in action in its various forms from 1973 through 1995 and beyond (even though we only did a reunion gig in 2007). This list brought a smile to my face as it helped recreate the memories. In some instances it was almost like going back in time.
I’m guessing this playlist will just keep expanding. Everyone experiences music in a different way. While there are a variety of styles, each have an impact or carries a message, whether it be about love or corruption or broken relationships – it runs the gamut. But some of the production is lush and big, while other songs are just bare bones (guitar or piano and vocal). The point is to experience the poignancy of the songs and lyrics (most will have lyrics). The other aspect is just to appreciate the talent of these artists.
This playlist obviously has Sunup tunes, but also includes many of the cover tunes that we performed over the years. Most of the cover tunes are from the 1970’s, because Sunup was in action in its various forms from 1973 through 1995 and beyond (even though we only did a reunion gig in 2007). This list brought a smile to my face as it helped recreate the memories. In some instances it was almost like going back in time.
At times you want to be introspective or go deep insider yourself, your life or viewing relationships – this might be the set that helps to do that…
Album released originally in 1995, then re-released in 2014
About 4 1/2 hours of music to put you in the mood to be around Saratoga, horses and track season, including a tribute to Woody Stephens
Really up beat – about 12 hours of music to get you feeling good and bring a few smiles!
want to put yourself in a good mood or celebrate? This upbeat playlist will likely get you there! Right now, it’s at about 3 ½ hours.
The music of Marshall and Garry, and Sunup, along with people that are associated with RAMP (Rochester Area Music Project), formerly Manuel's Music Studio. Included are students from our studio, who are now excellent performing musicians!
13 hours of music – this playlist is a culmination of songs that represent my time at the Great Sacandaga Lake. The music tends to be tranquil and deep, with a lot of strings, or gentle songs. It takes you right to the beach on a beautiful morning with the sun rising. It allows you to breathe in the friendships, discussions with God and the many wonderful moments experienced over a great expanse of time. it is 10 plus hours of music!
Our album of tunes recorded between 1973-75 with some live tracks from a broadcast on WCMF
This is 15 plus hours of lots of acoustic guitar with vocal harmonies that features the Eagles, Elenowen, Sunup, James Taylor, Carole King, Dan Fogelberg, Sonsup and many more:
Country, bluegrass and makes you feel like driving through the country - lots of different artists
4 1/2 hours of calming music that I use to think, contemplate life, work or read
About 10 hours of music that takes us musically through the rough rides of the 60's until now - quite revealing! It will awaken your senses and give an education at the same time.
A good mix of tunes for taking a drive - I made it for our trip to Saratoga
About 5 hours plus of upbeat, grooves that mixes R & B, Jazz and Pop
4 ½ hours of exactly that - beautiful music
About 14 hours of acoustic guitar music
6 ½ hours of a nice blend of smooth, flowing music, mostly with a groove – good cross-section of material
This 8 hours of music leans on romantic, really nice, lush stuff - jazz, classical, light vocal and lush
Music that Marshall or I have some connection with
Uplifting jazz music w/a variety of artists
4 ½ hours of a super combination of contemplative, light weight tunes - great for reflection or relaxing and more...
This is commentary from Metheny from 2000, with his music. The interview is interspersed with his music. What he is saying will tie into the music. It’s like having a guitar lesson and a listening sessions combined!
Elements of God’s Power and Gentleness – about 7 hours (will add more in weeks to come)
Wanna celebrate Italy? Here ya go.
Put together for the actual cocktail hour! It goes for about 5 hours.
This playlist features all the songs from Sunup’s albums along with some bonus tracks added in.
Here is about 6 1/2 hours of music that covers a wide range of music styles that you might enjoy as a backdrop to your party or a gathering of people, or you just might enjoy kicking back and listening on a drive or working around the house?!
If you graduated in 1968 or there abouts, you might enjoy this playlist, which features MANY tunss from 1967/68, but leading up to those years as well. Our band in high school played many of these songs. Enjoy a throwback!
Nice blend of jazz artists. Some you’ve probably heard and some you haven’t. This list will, no doubt, be expanding in the future; however, it runs about 3 ½ hours now. Enjoy!
Many times when we’re having rough times, whether it be a broken heart, losing someone close or feeling like the world is closing in on us, if we put on music that can mirror that sentiment, that sadness or ache that is portrayed in the music will help purge our own sadness. That is the intent of this mix. It’s wears elements of quiet reflection and an inner ache, as well as a soothing spirit.
An album with veteran Sunup members and their sons (Marshall and EJ)
All this music has threads to Rochester, NY (nearly 14 hours)! And many of the folks represented here still reside here in this great city. What a VARIETY of genres and talent. Enjoy!
Dave Matthews and other similar tunes that fit into that mode. A nice Dave “blend.”