Posts Tagged ‘music’

Too Much

October 12, 2019

“Too Much,” by Rocky Roberts & The Airedales, 1966. Recorded in Italy.

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SOS

October 12, 2019

“SOS,” written and performed by Rick Moranis. Banjo: Jason Mercer.

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Lucky

October 12, 2019

“Lucky,” by Lucie, Too.  2017. Chisato Kokubo (vocals, guitar), Kanako Sekizawa (bass, chorus) Naho Shibahara (drums, chorus).

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Too Many Tears

October 6, 2019

“Too Many Tears,” written by Aaron Frazer and J.B. Flatt, performed by Durand Jones & The Indications. Aaron Frazer (lead vocal, drums), Durand Jones (vocal), Blake Rhein (guitar, vocal), Justin Hubler (vocal, keyboards), Kyle Houpt (bass). Video directed by Justin Wilmore, KEXP.

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Elevator Operator

October 6, 2019

“Elevator Operator,” by Courtney Barnett, 2016. The video by Sunny Leunig includes cameos by alt-rockers.Courtney Barnett (guitar, vocals), Dave Mudie (drums, percussion, vocals), Bones Sloane (bass, vocals), Dan Luscombe (guitar, vocals)

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Elevator Woman

October 6, 2019

“Elevator Woman,” written and recorded by John Lee “Sonny Boy” Williamson in 1938. Released 1946.

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Streets of Baltimore

October 6, 2019

“Streets Of Baltimore,” written by Tompall Glaser and Harlan Howard, recorded by Gram Parsons, 1973.

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This Must Be the Place

October 5, 2019

“This Must Be the Place,” written (and originally recorded) by Talking Heads, with lyrics by David Byrne, performed by Mr. Byrne and friends on Jools Holland’s TV show, 2004.

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Jim Dandy

October 5, 2019

“Jim Dandy, written by Lincoln Chase, recorded by Lavern Baker, 1956. Tenor sax solo by Sam Taylor; backing vocals by The Cues.

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Lord Franklin

October 5, 2019

“Lord Franklin” ( also known as “Lady Franklin’s Lament“), a traditional ballad sung by Mick Hanly and Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill, 2014.

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