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Scott Joplin – The Entertainer

Bob Marley – Is This Love (SKG Remix)

I wanna know…

Mississippi John Hurt – Louis Collins (1928)

Un cântec care mai are puțin și împlinește 100 de ani + câteva lucruri interesante:

1877 – primul fonograf si primul microfon.
1900 – prima voce transmisă prin radio
1910 – prima pereche de căști
1912 – prima stație radio
1928 – prima înregistrare pe bandă magnetică

Del Shannon – Keep Searchin’ (We’ll Follow The Sun)

If I was a rich girl…

Sună cunoscut?

Lovin’ Spoonful – Summer In The City

“That song that came from an idea my brother Mike had. He had this great chorus, and the release was so big. I had to create some kind of tension at the front end to make it even bigger. That’s where that jagged piano part comes from.”
– John Sebastian

Summer In The City – Lovin’ Spoonful from ivor jones on Vimeo.

The Rolling Stones – In Another Land

“I went to the studio one night and when I arrived at the studio Glyn (Johns) said, The session’s canceled, so I said, Oh, what a drag, ’cause it was quite a drive for me, about a 45 minute drive. And he said, Well… got any songs you want to mess around, try and demo and things? Nicky Hopkins was there on keyboards. I’m not sure whether Charlie was there or not. I can’t remember. And I said, Yeah, ’cause I’d been messing with this song. It was a bit, what I thought was kind of spacy, you know… a bit kind of Satanic Majesties-like. And psychedelic in a way. And he said, We’ll have a go at it and I just used those players and next door, in the other studio, were the Small Faces who were recording. And Steve Marriott came in and Ronnie Lane and they sang with me ’cause I just didn’t want to sing. So I used that tremolo effect on the voice ’cause I was really uptight about my singing – which I still am. And we just used effects and we tried all kinds of things and it came out quite nice and I went home sort of reasonably satisfied, with an experiment, if you like. And next day I got to the studio and we were just chatting about what we were going to do tonight and Glyn said, Hey, hang on, he said to Mick and Keith and Brian. He said, Hang on, have a listen to this, and put the tape on, played them a rough mix. They said, That’s really good, what is it? He said, Bill. He did it yesterday. And so they all liked it and they thought it fitted in so we put it on the album.”
– Bill Wyman (sursa)

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Almost Cut My Hair (1970)

“According to the story as told by Crosby on the air with Bob Coburn of KLOS in the late 1990s, the recording is the only take that was done.”

Francisco Alves – Seu Doutor (1929)

They Might Be Giants – Istanbul (Not Constantinople)

So, take me back to Constantinople

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