Posts Tagged ‘music’

Inside My Love

August 13, 2017

“Inside My Love,” written by Leon Ware, performed by him with Carleen Anderson at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, 2001. The song was first recorded in 1974 by Minnie Riperton.

More:

“Leon Ware, Renowned Soul Songwriter, Dead at 77,” Daniel Kreps, Rolling Stone

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Little Queenie

August 13, 2017

“Little Queenie,” written by Chuck Berry, interpreted by The Rattles on Radio Bremen TV’s “Beat Club,” 1965.

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Train Song

August 13, 2017

“Train Song,” written by Andrew Marlin and performed by him with Emily Frantz as Mandolin Orange.

Mandolin Orange website

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Pickin’ Up The Pieces

August 12, 2017

“Pickin’ Up The Pieces,” written by Michael Fitzpatrick and Noelle Scaggs and performed by them with their group Fitz and The Tantrums, joined by Daryl Hall and friends. From an episode of the Live From Daryl’s House webcast.

Fitz and the Tantrums website

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Lovely Hula Hands

August 12, 2017

“Lovely Hula Hands,” written by R. Alex Anderson, performed by George Ka’inapau and the Royal Hawaiian Serenaders, 1940.

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Such Great Heights

August 6, 2017

“Such Great Heights,” by The Postal Service. Video directed by Josh Melnick and Xander Charity.

The Postal Service website

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Don’t Miss That Train

August 6, 2017

“Don’t Miss That Train,” written and performed by Sister Wynona Carr.

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Irene

August 5, 2017

“Irene” by Guitar Gable and the Musical Kings; lead vocal by King Karl (Bernard Jolivette), who apparently wrote the tune. Recorded in 1956.

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Ferris Wheel

August 5, 2017

“Ferris Wheel,” written and recorded by Natalie Hemby.

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C Jam Blues

July 30, 2017

“C Jam Blues,” written by Duke Ellington (possibly with Barney Bigard), performed by the Oscar Peterson Trio in Denmark, 1964.

Oscar Peterson (piano), Ray Brown (bass), Ed Thigpen (drums).

More:

“C Jam Blues (1942),” Chris Tyle, JazzStandards.com

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