Archive for the ‘music’ Category

Steel & Feathers

August 12, 2018

“Steel & Feathers ( Don’t Ever),” written by Nikki Jean and Bob Dylan, performed by Ms. Jean with Daryl Hall and friends. From an episode of the Live From Daryl’s House webcast.

Nikki Jean website

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Who Will You Hurt

August 12, 2018

“Who Will You Hurt,” written by Robert Marcucci and Russ Faith, recorded by Claudine Clark in 1963. Anybody know who played harp on the intro?

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Jackpot

August 12, 2018

“Jackpot,” by Nikki Lane. Performed in the studio of WMOT in  Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 2017.

Nikki Lane website

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Le jazz et la java

August 12, 2018

“Le jazz et la java,” adapted by by Jacques Datin from a piece by Dave Brubeck, with lyrics by Claude Nougaro, performed by M. Nougaro in this 1962 film for Scopitone. These short films were back-projected on a small screen mounted on a “visual jukebox.”

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You’ve Got To Move

August 12, 2018

“When The Lord Get Ready, You’ve Got To Move,” by Brother Joe May, “The Thunderbolt of the Midwest.”

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Satisfy Me

August 11, 2018

“Satisfy Me,” written by Anderson East, Charlie Pate, and  Aaron Raitiere. recorded by Anderson East and his band in the KEXP studio in Seattle, 2015.

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The Metro

August 11, 2018

“The Metro,” written by John Crawford for his band, Berlin, 1981. The video, directed by Dominic Orlando, was filmed in 1983, just in time for the heyday of MTV.

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Lawdy Miss Clawdy

August 11, 2018

“Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” written by Lloyd Price and recorded by him with Dave Bartholomew‘s band in 1952.

Lloyd Price (vocal), Fats Domino (piano), Ernest McClean (guitar),  Herbert Hardesty (tenor sax), Joe Harris (alto sax), Frank Fields (bass), and Earl Palmer (drums).

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Kings Highway

August 11, 2018

“Kings Highway,” composed by Roni Eytan and Shachar Elnatan.

Shachar Elnatan: guitar
Roni Eytan: Microtonal harmonica
Keita Ogawa: Percussion

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Don’t Worry Baby

August 5, 2018

“Don’t Worry Baby,” written by Brian Wilson, recorded in 1999 by Ronnie Spector. Word is that Mr. Wilson wrote this for Ms. Spector’s group, The Ronnettes, but they didn’t use it, so he recorded it with his own group, The Beach Boys.

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