The Allman Brothers Band – Full Concert
Recorded Live: 8/14/1994 – Woodstock 94 (Saugerties, NY)
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0:00:00 – Statesboro Blues
0:05:40 – Blue Sky
0:12:34 – The Same Thing
0:20:32 – Soulshine
0:27:29 – Midnight Rider
0:31:38 – Jessica
0:42:32 – No One To Run With
0:48:08 – Back Where It All Begins
0:57:41 – One Way Out
1:07:45 – Whipping Post
Watch the official music video for The Smiths – Sheila Take A Bow
“Sheila Take a Bow” by The Smiths was released as a single in April 1987, reaching #10 in the UK Singles Chart, their highest chart placing in their career.
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Nurkan Renda bu bölümde The Beatles’ın Let it be şarkısı için üç farklı solo önerisinde bulundu. Sizin seçeceğiniz bir soloyu önümüzdeki günlerde gösterecek. Videomuzdaki anketimize katılmayı unutmayın, iyi seyirler.
Motto Müzik YouTube’dan yayın yapan bir müzik kanalıdır. “Gitar nasıl öğrenilir?” “Davul nasıl çalınır?” “Kulaklık alınırken nelere dikkat edilir?” “Ses sistemi kurulurken nelere dikkat edilir?” gibi sorularınızın profesyonelce yanıtlandığı ve aynı zamanda müzik dünyası hakkında en güncel haberlerin de barındığı, ünlülerle söyleşilerin de bulunduğu kısacası müziğin her yerinde olan bir YouTube kanalıdır.
Siz de videoların altına yorum yaparak eğitmenlerimiz ve uzmanlarımız ile iletişime geçebilir, müzik ile ilgili aklınızdaki soru işaretlerinden arınabilirsiniz.
Grievous Angel was the second solo album by Gram Parsons, compiled from 1973 sessions and released four months after his death. It received great critical acclaim upon release, but failed to find commercial success, a fate shared with his previous efforts solo and with The Flying Burrito Brothers. Grievous Angel peaked at number 195 on the Billboard charts. Despite its modest sales, it is viewed as a successful example of the hybrid between country and rock and roll Parsons called “Cosmic American Music”.
In 2003, the album was ranked number 429 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
The released album almost certainly deviates from the intended track listing Parsons had. Parsons’ widow, Gretchen, who had never cared for Harris’ relationship with her husband, moved her originally prominent presence on the original front cover of the album (the album being credited on that cover to “Gram Parsons with Emmylou Harris” and featuring a photograph of the two of them) and relegated her to a simple credit on the back cover. Additionally, Gretchen removed the original title track, “Sleepless Nights” and replaced the cover with a simple image of Parsons in a sea of blue. The rearranged album was released in January 1974.
After a ramshackle tour in the spring and summer of 1973, Gram Parsons again convened with his singing partner Emmylou Harris, various members of Elvis Presley’s “Hot Band”, including James Burton and Glen Hardin and the occasional guest (such as Bernie Leadon and Linda Ronstadt) to record his second solo album for Reprise Records. Lacking much-needed new material, Parsons quickly wrote two songs during the sessions (“Return of the Grievous Angel”, with lyrics by Boston-based poet and Parsons fan Thomas Brown; “In My Hour Of Darkness”, arranged by Harris) and looked to songs rejected for previous albums and to standard country songs to flesh out the scant material he came up with. In regards to the original material, “Brass Buttons” dated from Parsons’ brief stint as a Harvard-based folksinger in the mid-1960s; “Hickory Wind” had already been recorded with The Byrds; “$1000 Wedding”, about Parsons’ aborted plan to wed the mother of his daughter in ostentatious style, had been recorded in a plodding arrangement with the Flying Burrito Brothers circa 1970; “Ooh Las Vegas” had been rejected from GP.
In spite of the dearth of new material, the album took what its predecessor had presented and expanded the format of “Cosmic American Music”. With the album in the can, Parsons set off for Joshua Tree, California, where he would fatally overdose on September 19, 1973, dying the next day in nearby Yucca Valley.
The three tracks recorded during the sessions that had gone unreleased, “Sleepless Nights”, “The Angels Rejoiced in Heaven Last Night” and “Brand New Heartache”, were released on the posthumous 1976 Parsons/Flying Burrito Brothers album Sleepless Nights.
The Who – Rock Opera Tommy – Full Concert – 1989 – Live performance in Los Angeles at the Universal Amphitheater
Roger Daltry (Vocals)
Peter Townsend (Vocals/ Guitar)
John Entwistle (Vocals Bass)
Phil Collins, Billy Idol, Elton John, Patti LaBelle, Steve Winwood
Simon Phillips (drums)
Steve Boltz Bolton (Guitar)
John Rabbit Bundrick (Keyboards)
Roddy Lorimor (trumpet)
Jody Linscott (Percussion)
Simon Clarke (Saxophone)
Tim Sanders (Saxophone)
Niel Sidwell (Trombone)
Simon Gardner (Trumpet)
Billy Nichols (Vocals)
Written and originally performed by The Big Bopper (J.P. Richardson) in 1958. The original version was a massive hit, and a 1972 version by Jerry Lee Lewis was also a No. 1 hit on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart.
The song depicts one side of a telephone conversation, with a young man talking about what he likes in a girl, including:
Chantilly lace and a pretty face
And a pony tail hanging down
That wiggle in the walk and giggle in
The song reached #6 on the pop charts and spent 22 weeks on the national Top 40. It was the third most played song of 1958.
The recorded version of this beautiful song from Jackson Browne’s album “I’m Alive”.
The Copyright for this song belongs to 1993 Elektra Entertainment Group, A Division of Warner Communications Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
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