Posts Tagged ‘music’

Remember Me

February 23, 2020

“Remember Me,” written by Otis Redding, recorded by him in 1965, and released postumously in 1992.

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Don’t Stop

February 23, 2020

“Don’t Stop,” written by Christine McVie, interpreted by Postmodern Jukebox, 2017. Maiya Sykes (vocal), Scott Bradlee (piano, arranger), Mike Roch a (trumpet), Ian Vo (clarinet), Lasim Richards (trombone), Jonathan Richards (bass), and an unknown tenor banjo player.

Postmodern Jukebox website

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Loosen Up

February 23, 2020

“Loosen Up,” by Cassia, recorded in 2018.

Cassia website

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Hooked on a Feeling

February 23, 2020

“Hooked on a Feeling,” written by Mark James, interpreted by Pomplamoose. Nataly Dawn (lead vocals), Nahneen Kula (backing vocals), Jack Conte (keyboards), Brian Green (guitar), Nick Campbell (bass), Julian Allen (drums), Ben Rose (percussion, keyboards).

The song was originally recorded in 1968 by B.J. Thomas (with a great electric sitar part by Reggie Young).

Pomplamoose website

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What Do You Know About Jesus?

February 23, 2020

“What Do You Know About Jesus?” recorded by Brother Joe May and Sister Wynona Carr, 1950. Ms. Carr is credited as the author. The Swan Silvertones recorded a version within a year or so.

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Wild Horses

February 22, 2020

“Wild Horses,” written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, recorded by Otis Clay, 1997.

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Pony

February 22, 2020

“Pony,” written and recorded by Kasey Chambers, 2004.

Kasey Chambers website

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Saddle up My Pony

February 22, 2020

“Saddle up My Pony” (a version of Charley Patton‘s “Pony Blues”) by the Fieldstones, 1983.

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Molly & Tenbrooks (The Racehorse Song)

February 22, 2020

“Molly & Tenbrooks,” recorded by the Bluegrass Album Band supergroup, 1981. Tony Rice (guitar, vocals, J.D. Crowe (banjo, vocals), Doyle Lawson (mandolin, vocals), Bobby Hicks (fiddle), Todd Philips (bass). The song (first recorded in 1929) is based on an actual 1878 horse race.

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Don’t Think Twice

February 16, 2020

“Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright,” written by Bob Dylan, performed by vocalist Monica Martin with Ryan Lerman (guitar) and Lee Pardini (piano).

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