Posts Tagged ‘music’

I Guess It Doesn’t Matter Anymore

October 11, 2020

“I Guess It Doesn’t Matter Anymore,” written by Paul Anka, recorded by Danny Gatton, 1993. Danny Gatton (lead guitar), Billy Windsor (vocals, guitar), John Previti (bass), Bill Holloman (sax, keyboards), Shannon Ford (drums).

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Honky Tonk World

October 11, 2020

“Honky Tonk World,” written by Neal Burris and W. Hayes, recorded by Bonnie Sloan, 1955.

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Flower Dance

October 11, 2020

“Flower Dance (ផ្ការាំ),” a Cambodian folksong, animated by Andrew Benincasa.

Yorn Young (vocals), Sam Vatanak (roneat), Hin Soth (flute), Nam Sothea (tro ou), Yoshi Waki (bass), David Cossin (drums, shakers), John Foti (harmonies), Elena Moon Park (violin, English vocals).

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Move On Up a Little Higher

October 11, 2020

“Move On Up a Little Higher,” written by  W. Herbert Brewster, recorded by Brother Joe May, 1984.

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Cry to Me

October 10, 2020

“Cry to Me,” written by Bert Russell Berns, recorded by Solomon Burke, 1962.

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Sea of Lights

October 10, 2020

“Sea of Lights,” recorded by Boo Ray, 2016. Boo Ray (vocal, guitar), Sol Philcox-Littlefield (guitar), Dallas Kruse (Hammond B3), Smith Curry (pedal steel), Paul Ill (bass), Steve Ferrone (drums).

Boo Ray website

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Land of a Thousand Dances

October 10, 2020

“Land of a Thousand Dances,” written (and originally recorded) by Chris Kenner, recorded by Jessica Mauboy for the 2012 film The Sapphires. Backup singers: Juanita Tippins, Jade Macrae, and Mahalia Barnes.

Jessica Mauboy website

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I Like the Wide Open Spaces

October 10, 2020

“I Like the Wide Open Spaces,” written by Ken Murray, Royal Foster and Charles WIck, recorded by Hank Penny, from a 1951 radio broadcast..

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You Can Close Your Eyes

October 4, 2020

“You Can Close Your Eyes,” written by James Taylor and performed by him with Carly Simon at their home on Martha’s Vineyard, 1977.

James Taylor website

Carly Simon website

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You Can’t Hide From Your Yesterdays

October 4, 2020

“You Can’t Hide From Your Yesterdays,” recorded by The Nearly Brothers, 2010. Mark Snarski (vocals, guitar), Mick Harvey (Keyboards, string arrangements), T.B. Allen (guitar), Martyn Casey (bass), Mark Dawson (drums). Great video.

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