29 août 2012, 9h56m par aFonderReel
19 jui. 2011, 0h10m par GravejrMon 18 Jul – Two Gallants, Peggy Sue
Just posted this on the Forum
A show well worth waiting for.
Dying Crapshooter Blues (Blind Willie McTell)
Despite What You've Been Told
I'm So Depressed (Abner Jay)
Hand That Held Me Down
"Where Sweet Willie"
Nothing to You (Puked over you)
Las Cruces Jail
New Song 2
Broken Eyes (acoustic guitar and Tyson on tambourine. both sang).
"The Blacker the Berry"
Long Summer Day
Seems Like Home to Me
From what I can recall.
Adam said they'd play 5 news songs I'd counted to 4 when they'd finished and all ones the I'd heard had been played. So great to find out it wasn't a lie when the encore that we had to clap damn hard for started with an excellent song completely new to me with a lovely more chicago blues sounding number came on, this might just have been due to the volume of the show though. It was loud. A ton to energy, as you can see for the set list the slow songs are on an hiatus. …
7 fév. 2011, 19h49m par selcukalhanGreatest Musicians by Countries (147 Countries)
Greatest Films by Countries
350.Guns N'Roses-United States of America
351.Alice Cooper-United States of America
352.Patsy Cline-United States of America
353.The Everly Brothers-United States of America
354.Bill Monroe-United States of America
355.Louis Jordan-United States of America
356.Dave Brubeck-United States of America
360.Boards of Canada-Scotland
362.Derek And The Dominoes-United States of America
365.Mississippi John Hurt-United States of America
368.Red Hot Chili Peppers-United States of America
369.Nancy Sinatra-United States of America
24 juin 2010, 14h08m par WLDBLast.FM Milestones1000th track: (09 Mar 2008)
Garth Brooks - How You Ever Gonna Know
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Neil Young - There's a World
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Bob Dylan - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
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Derek and the Dominos - It's Too Late
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Trisha Yearwood - New Kid in Town
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The Beatles - A Day in the Life
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Blue Rodeo - Rena
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Blue Rodeo - Fall In Line
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The Dubliners - The Wild Rover
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18 avr. 2010, 21h48m par pedroaalberto(estarei atualizando o post com mais informações ao longo do tempo)
Formada em 1997 por Jack e Meg White (que, ao contrário do que alguns dizem, NÃO são irmãos - eles foram casados) nos EUA, The White Stripes é uma banda de rock alternativo com toques de blues, punk e country. Apenas os dois tocam, utilizando-se de uma guitarra conduzida por Jack e a percussão de Meg.
Um fato interessante sobre o duo é o fato deles utilizarem apenas as cores vermelho, branco e preto, seja nas capas dos álbuns, sejam na ambientação dos shows e suas roupas.
Quando Jack conheceu Meg, era ainda conhecido como Jack Gillis e já havia tocado em algumas bandas como Goober & The Peas, The Go e The Upholsterers. Meg trabalhava de garçonete num bar local, e eles se casaram em Setembro de 1996, e a partir de então Jack passou a usar o sobrenome de Meg, sendo agora chamado Jack White.
30 mars 2009, 8h50m par Blues_BrotherYeah, I hit 50,000 scrobbles today! What better way to commemorate to occasion than with a lengthy, boring quiz?! This is pretty much just a re-hash of a quiz I done like eight months ago, but my charts have changed a lot since then, so wtvr.
1. What's your favorite song by 14?
The Clash. 'Police and Thieves'. Lastfm says I listen to 'White Riot' more, though.
2. How did you get into 20?
Kyuss. Back in the days of Goldrush - a local record shop - I'd just randomly buy CDs that looked appealing and one day 'Welcome To Sky Valley' caught my attention!
3. Who is your favorite member in 8?
Megadeth. MegaDave, duhr,
4. What's your favorite lyric by 29?
Alestorm. God, pretty much everything is singalong greatness.
5. Have you ever seen 22 live?
Lynyrd Skynyrd. No, but some mongo keeps trying to make me go see them. MAYBE IF IT WAS 35 YEARS AGO
6. What's your favorite album from 10?
Kings of Leon. Aha Shake Heartbreak.
7. Do you own any merchandise from 2?
19 fév. 2009, 5h47m par zeppyfishSo if you didn't have enough reason to subscribe to eMusic before, you do now. Dark Was The Night came out on Monday, and it's yet another triumph from the fine people who gave us all those alternative samplers back in the day (No Alternative, Red Hot & Rhapsody, and about a dozen more dating from 1993 till now). You want indie artists? Here ya go: The Decemberists, Bon Iver, Arcade Fire, Beirut, Andrew Bird, Yo La Tengo, Spoon, Cat Power, My Morning Jacket, and the list goes on and on. Every song unreleased. Every song amazing. And you can get the whole thing plus a bunch more great stuff for FREE on eMusic if you subscribe and get however many free downloads they're giving away these days.
Did I mention that eMusic carries artists like They Might Be Giants, Oppenheimer, A.C. Newman, Antony and the Johnsons...? Oh, and jazz. TONS of jazz. John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Thelonius Monk, Charles Mingus, Bill Evans, Vince Guaraldi... …
4 déc. 2008, 22h51m par vesselinuxEarly Country Blues Guitarists
Son House – Powerful slide guitar and singing
Robert Johnson – A legend. The most haunting singer of all.
Blind Willie McTell – An innovator of the blues form and lyrics
Blind Willie Johnson – Lonesome gospel slide blues
Rev Gary Davis – Also blind and a 12 string guitar master
Skip James – Played in spooky minor keys, fine singer.
Muddy Waters – The man himself. One of the fore runners of rock and roll.
Howling Wolf – A giant of a man and a devastating performer.
B.B King – Godfather of modern blues. Slick electric guitar and great voice.
John Lee Hooker – A virtuoso riff player and singer.
Harmonica Blues Artists
Sonny Terry – Sounds like he rode a train his entire life.
Little Walter – One of the first to use amplified harp. A legend.
Big Walter Horton – Considered to be one of the best harp players of all time.
Sonny Boy Williamson I – Had teeth missing down one side of his mouth and could thus pay the harp with no hands.
24 août 2008, 22h04m par furfangoshttp://bp0.blogger.com/_Pyx2yByf3T4/SJYNGJFcZRI/AAAAAAAAAV4/KXSLKmQi6Es/s320/553px-Blind_Willie_McTell_LOC+copy.jpg
Well, I made this mix-cd with some of my favourite oldies, mostly gospel, country and some really old blues. Also: Fats Waller. Anyway, I insist you download it from here: http://
01. Bertha Lee - Mind reader blues
02. Charley Patton - Pony blues
03. Mississippi John Hurt - Nobody's dirty business
04. Dick Justice - Cocaine
05. The Charioteers - Ezekiel saw the wheel
06. Mississippi Mud Mashers - Bring it on home to grandma
07. The Carter Family - River of Jordan
08. Blind Willie McTell - Mr. McTell got the blues
09. Daddy Stovepipe & Mississippi Sarah - The Spasm
10. Henry Thomas - Fishing blues
11. Fats Waller - Your feet's too big
12. Rosa Henderson - Get it fixed
13. Bessie Smith - Moan you morners
14. Blind Willie Johnson - Let your light shine on me
15. The Ink Spots - That cat is high
16. Kings Of Harmony - Little David
17. Dixie Hummingbirds - Book of the seven seals
12 août 2008, 12h55m par Blues_BrotherBecause I'm really bored.
1. How did you get into 31?
Biffy Clyro. Constant hype in magazines, particularly Kerrang! This was around the time of Vertigo of Bliss.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Carcass. I bought 'Reeks of Putrefaction' on a whim one day, having never heard them before. So, my first song by then should be the first track on the album - 'Genital Grinder'.
3. What is your favorite lyric by 29?
Metallica. "Take a look to the sky just before you die...IT'S THE LAST TIME YOU WILL!" Amazing.
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
Dio. 'Holy Diver'. Duh.
5. How many albums by 13?
The Clash. 'The Clash', 'London Calling', and a compilation titled 'The Essential Clash'. Genius.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
Marvin Gaye. Probably either 'Just To Keep You Satisfied' or 'What's Going On?'
7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?
Clutch. Fuck no.
8. What is your favorite song by 15?