Posts Tagged ‘music’

I Can’t Make It Alone

October 25, 2020

“I Can’t Make It Alone,” written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, recorded by the Continental Drifters, 2001.

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There She Goes

October 25, 2020

“There She Goes,” written by Lee Mavers and recorded by him with The La’s, 1998. Lee Mavers (lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar), John Power (bass, backing vocals), John Byrne (lead guitar), Chris Sharrock (drums, tambourine).

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Just Ain’t Enough Love

October 25, 2020

“Just Ain’t Enough Love,” written by Holland–Dozier–Holland, recorded by Eddie Holland, 1964.

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Passionate Kisses

October 25, 2020

“Passionate Kisses,” written by Lucinda Williams, recorded by Mary Chapin Carpenter, 1992. Music video by Markus Blunder.

Mary Chapin Carpenter website

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I’ll Fly Away

October 25, 2020

“I’ll Fly Away,” written by Albert Brumley, recorded by The Trumpeteers, 1952.

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For What It’s Worth

October 24, 2020

“For What It’s Worth,” written by Stephen Stills, recorded by Billy Porter, 2020. Video directed by Kameron Neal.

Billy Porter website

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Walk Away

October 24, 2020

“Walk Away,” written by Joe Walsh and recorded by him with The James Gang, 1971. Joe Walsh (guitars, vocals), Dale Peters (bass), Jim Fox (drums).

Joe Walsh website

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Thirteen Women

October 24, 2020

“Thirteen Women,” written and recorded by Dickie Thompson, 1954. Lead guitarist: Mickey Baker.

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Don’t Call Me A Tramp

October 24, 2020

“Don’t Call Me A Tramp,” recorded by Bonnie Sloan, 1954. Accompanied by Joe Maphis, Johnny Bond, Wesley Tuttle, Dick Stubbs, Fiddlin’ Kate, and other members of The Town Hall Gang, regulars on the Compton CA Town Hall Party radio show.

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I Can’t Stop Lovin’ My Baby

October 18, 2020

“I Can’t Stop Lovin’ My Baby,” recorded by Linda Jones, 1967.

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