Posts Tagged ‘music’

Pain and Misery

January 19, 2020

“Pain and Misery,” by the Teskey Brothers, 2019. Great band out of Melbourne.

Teskey Brothers website

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Forever Young

January 19, 2020

“Forever Young,” written by Marian Gold, Bernhard Lloyd, and Frank Mertens, performed by Scary Pockets. Video by Ricky Chavez. The song was originally recorded by Alphaville in 1984.

Madison Cunningham (vocalist, lead guitar), Ryan Lerman (guitar), Daniel Aged (bass), Tamir Barzilay (drums), Jean Caze (trumpet), Jake Saslow (sax).

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Ain’t Givin’ Up Nothin’

January 19, 2020

“Ain’t Givin’ Up Nothin’,” written by Clyde Otis and Brook Benton, performed by Tammi Savoy and The Chris Casello Combo, 2018. Originally recorded by Pricilla Bowman and The Spaniels in 1958.

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Colors

January 19, 2020

“Colors,” by Black Pumas, 2019. The duo consists of vocalist Eric Burton and guitarist/producer Adrian Quesada. Video directed by Kristian Mercado.

More:

“Ones to watch: Black Pumas,” Damien Morris, The Guardian

Black Pumas website

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Wealth Won’t Save Your Soul

January 19, 2020

“Wealth Won’t Save Your Soul,” written by Hank Williams, recorded by him in 1946 and released the next year. Hank Williams (vocalist),  James “Guy” Willis (guitar), Vic Wallis (accordion), Charles “Skeeter” Willis (fiddle), and Charles “Indian” Wright (bass).

For when God calls from His home up on high
To your earthly wealth you must say goodbye
Then it’s useless to you if you’ve strayed from the fold
For my friend, it won’t save your poor wicked soul

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Heavy Load

January 19, 2020

“Heavy Load,” performed by the Jackson Southernaires, with help from the Mississippi Mass Choir, 1992. Lead vocalists: Huey Williams, Frank Williams, and Roger Bryant.

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I Wanna Dance With Somebody

January 18, 2020

“I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me),” wriiten by by George Merrill and Shannon Rubicam, interpreted by Scary Pockets. Olivia Kuper Harris (vocalist), Jack Conte (keyboards),
Ryan Lerman (guitar), Tim Lefebvre (bass), Tamir Barzilay (drums), Gabe Steiner and Nate Walcott (trumpets).

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Heart Over Mind

January 18, 2020

“Heart Over Mind,” written by Mel Tillis, and recorded by him in 1970. It was originally recorded by Ray Price in 1961.

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March of The Jobless Corps

January 18, 2020

“March of The Jobless Corps,” performed by Daniel Kahn and The Painted Bird. Based on a 1930-ish Yiddish song “Arbetlose Marsch” by Krakow’s Mordechai Gebirtig, with English lyrics by Daniel Kahn. Video directed by Aviv Kosloff.

Daniel Kahn and The Painted Bird website

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Angel Eye

January 18, 2020

“Angel Eye,” by The Teskey Brothers, 2011. Great group out of Melbourne.

The Teskey Brothers website

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