Posts Tagged ‘live music performance’

The Henchman

October 13, 2018

“The Henchman,” an instrumental by Steelism. Jeremy Fetzer (guitar), Spencer Cullum (pedal steel). Recorded at Paste Studios.

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It’s Probably Me

September 1, 2018

“It’s Probably Me,” written by  Eric Clapton and Michael Kamen, performed by Gregory Porter at the 2017 Polar Music Prize Ceremony in Sweden honoring Sting, who recorded a version of this song that was featured on a 1992 film soundtrack.

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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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Blueberry Hill

August 4, 2018

“Blueberry Hill,” written by Vincent Rose (né Vincenzo Cacioppo), with lyrics by Larry Stock and Al Lewis, performed by Nat King Cole and 11-year-old Billy Preston, November 5, 1957. The Nat King Cole Show orchestra was led by Nelson Riddle.

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Beautiful Day

June 16, 2018

“Beautiful Day,” Brian Owens at Paste Studio, 2017.

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Nearly Forgot my Broken Heart

May 20, 2018

“Nearly Forgot my Broken Heart,” written and performed by Chris Cornell, 2015.

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A Change is Gonna Come

May 13, 2018

“A Change is Gonna Come,” written by Sam Cooke, sung by Brian Owens and Thomas Owens (his father) to benefit Kids Rock Cancer. Video directed by Benjamin Kaplan.

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Nothing’s Wrong

May 6, 2018

“Nothing’s Wrong,” written by Echosmith (Jamie, Sydney, Noah and Graham Sierota) and Jeffery David, performed by Echosmith in 2014.

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Jungle

May 5, 2018

“Jungle,” by Tash Sultana. Awesome talent out of Melbourne.

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Tip of My Tongue

April 29, 2018

“Tip of My Tongue,” written by John Hiatt, performed by John Hiatt & the Goners. John Hiatt (guitar, vocals), Sonny Landreth (electric guitar), David Ranson (bass), Kenneth Blevins (drums). Hamburg, 1987.

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