So true about Letterman, and the drummer. Black Keys now are interesting and the more I hear of their stuff the more I like them.daveinzambia said:liked that. impressed by how much good music you can find by searching for letterman live on you tube.
respect to the drummer.
saw the black keys for the first time on TV the other day and now working my way through some of their old songs
love the second video
I liked that, so I looked up some moreLugHugger said:Sorry to derail the electronica train with folk-rock but have just found Gentle Spirit by Jonathan Wilson. Truly beautiful.
And Jose Gonzalez finally found time to finish the Junip project, Fields. It's well worth the wait.
Thanks for posting. You might be interested in the nominees for the Blues Awards, which for the very first time include my main man, Joe B, in two categories!blutto said:
....glad you liked that and thanks for the links...was nice to see the Hoodoo Man Blues album up for an award....that collection is one of those perfectly realized records that should grace any and every music lovers collection....Amsterhammer said:Thanks for posting. You might be interested in the nominees for the Blues Awards, which for the very first time include my main man, Joe B, in two categories!
I highly recommend this little clip, two great guitarists (one established, one up and coming) paying tribute to the one and only, legendary Rory Gallagher.
My choir recently sang a version of "The First Nowell" using Pachelbel as a harmony. I have to admit that The White Stripes are much more my sort of thingon3m@n@rmy said:
...some very esoteric stuff, and given that you are now in Vienna, the city I grew up in (though I don't know how good your German is,) I would suggest you try this uniquely Austrian fare by Wolfgang Ambros, who cornered the market in translating well known English language songs (Bob Dylan in particular) into Viennese dialect.Tank Engine said:Given my penchant for........
My all-time favorite Christmas cd is A Charlie Brown Christmas by the Vince Guarauldi Trio. Warms my little heart every time I play it.auscyclefan94 said:
That entire Kate Bush cd has been haunting me since I first played it. Really quite beautiful music, especially "Misty" and "Snowflake".Tank Engine said:Here are a couple of seasonal offerings. Someone recently said they didn't really like Elton John. I like his early stuff, but here is the best thing he's done for years (OK, I am a huge Kate Bush fan)
Kate Bush and Elton John - Snowed in at Wheeler Street
Dylan and Cash My German is good enough to understand the titles . I'll have to brush up my German as I might be coming back here for a longer period in just over a year.Amsterhammer said:...some very esoteric stuff, and given that you are now in Vienna, the city I grew up in (though I don't know how good your German is,) I would suggest you try this uniquely Austrian fare by Wolfgang Ambros, who cornered the market in translating well known English language songs (Bob Dylan in particular) into Viennese dialect.
He is crap. What is even sadder is how defensive the fangirls are of him. You very rarely have found any decent singers out of those shows.greenedge said:I am definetly not listening to Reece Mastin. He is a disgrace as being on the Top of I Tunes top songs.