So much great music from various great bloggers: Steve Layman has the legendary Leon Russell Rob at the Hammock Papers has Keith Richards from his sublime first album, Talk is Cheap The Hammock Papers also has Steve Winwood playing a solo, acoustic version of Can’t Find My Way Home Kurt’s Cultural Offering has his continuing […]
“We said we’d walk together baby come what may; that come the twilight, should we lose our way; if as we’re walkin’, a hand should slip free; I’ll wait for you and, should I fall behind, wait for me.” If I Should Fall Behind (Bruce Springsteen), Bruce Springsteen To hold the listener (or reader) in suspense, […]
“Do you know, know, know what it’s like To be searchin’ in your own time? All your attempting, experimenting, all on the climb Do you know, know, know what it’s like To be searching and suddenly find All your illusion, all your confusion, all left behind?” How Does It Feel? (Holder, Lea), Slade With all […]
Here’s a great profile, courtesy of the BBC: Tom Waits: Tales from a Cracked Jukebox. I’m never sure if the BBC iPlayer works internationally, or if there are licensing restrictions, so: here is the iPlayer page (as above) here is the “programme web page” (no, I’m not sure of its value either) and, here’s “More about […]
I’ve been a fan since I heard her on some of Jeff Beck’s work, but Imelda May’s new single is simply superb. Beck plays guitar on studio version, but not on this live video…
Mr Cultural Offering has lost his library. I feel his pain.
Rob at the Hammock Papers (again!) points us to Bob Weir’s new album Blue Mountain. I’ve been enjoying this since Christmas. It’s rich and mellow and atmospheric. The overall sound reminds me of Daniel Lanois’s production work. It’s a beautiful album.
The Hammock Papers remembers the release, on this day in 1976, of A Trick of the Tail, one of my favourite Genesis albums. And, he has a great bonus video of the band playing Squonk live. The Hammock Papers is fast becoming one of my favourites sources of music online.
“Come up and see me, make me smile Or do what you want, run on wild. … There’s nothing left, all gone and run away” Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me) (Steve Harley), Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel Steve Harley is hugely under-rated as a songwriter. Also as a performer: his sneering snarl […]
This via the excellent Hammock Papers … Greg Lake, of course, passed away this December. I remember watching the video – all deserty and not at all like real Christmas – when I was a kid.