Posts Tagged ‘music’

Make You Feel My Love

January 17, 2021

“Make You Feel My Love ,” written by Bob Dylan, interpreted by Teddy Swims, 2019.

Teddy Swims website

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Movin’ and Groovin’

January 17, 2021

“Movin’ and Groovin,'” written by Anthony “Redds” Williams, Carl Jones, and Derrick “Doc” Pearson, recorded by Redds and the Boys, 1985.

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Sweet Seven Nation Army Dreams

January 17, 2021

“Sweet Seven Nation Army Dreams,” a mashup of “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” by Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart and Jack White‘s “Seven Nation Army,” arranged by Florian Rein, performed by The Heimatdamisch at Kurhaus Bad Tölz, Germany, 2020. Vocalists: Conny Kreitmeier and guest Alexx Wesselsky.

The Heimatdamisch website

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Hard Way

January 17, 2021

“Hard Way,” performed by Glorietta, 2019. David Ramirez, lead vocalist.

Glorietta website

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I Shall Wear A Crown

January 17, 2021

“I Shall Wear A Crown,” performed by Richard Smallwood and distingushed friends.

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All the King’s Horses

January 16, 2021

“All the King’s Horses,” written and recorded by Aretha Franklin, 1972. Aretha Franklin (vocal, celesta), Cornell Dupree (guitar), Neal Rosengarden (vibraphone), Chuck Rainey (bass), Bernard Purdie (drums). Backing vocalists include Carolyn Franklin and Erma Franklin.

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All the King’s Horses

January 16, 2021

“All the King’s Horses,’ written by Neil Brian Goldberg and Joe Renzetti, recorded by Dusty Springfield in 1968 but unreleased until 1999.

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Queen of Hearts

January 16, 2021

“Queen of Hearts,” written by HankDeVito, recorded by Dave Edmunds, 1975.

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Duke of Earl

January 16, 2021

“Duke of Earl,” written by Gene ChandlerBernice Williams, and Earl Edwards, interpreted by Cornell Campbell, 1975. Several other Jamaican artists have recorded this classic Doo Wop tune.

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Come Rain or Come Shine

January 10, 2021

“Come Rain or Come Shine,” written by Harold Arlen with lyrics by Johnny Mercer, recorded by Billie Holiday, 1955. Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison (trumpet) Benny Carter (alto sax) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Barney Kessel (guitar) John Simmons (bass) Larry Bunker (drums).

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