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Timeless songs click 2x For example, in 1961, Bobby Lewis’s Tossin’ and Turnin’ spent 7 weeks at #1. For all intents and purposes, Bobby Lewis was the Beyonce of 1961. Yet, have you heard of it? Do you know who Bobby Lewis is? Meanwhile, Etta James’ debut album dropped the same year, with At Last peaking on Billboard at #68. Music historians will regard Bobby Lewis as a pioneer in rock and roll and R&B, yet whatever led to Tossin’ and Turnin’s popularity in 1961 has faded over time. One hypothesis: Tossin’ and Turnin’s success had more to do than just the song...perhaps Bobby Lewis was a huge personality. But future generations don’t remember Bobby Lewis’s dancing and good looks. And for this reason, it will be weird to hear future generations reverently listen to groups such as Nickelback – the kids only know their music, not what they culturally stood for in 2015. Thus far we’ve only examined two sets of data points: popularity at release (Billboard) and popularity today (Spotify).
thisquietarmy Hear A Rare Outtake From The Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper's' Recording Sessions : All Songs Considered As the 50th anniversary of the greatest rock album of all time rapidly nears, Capitol Records is sharing a previously unreleased outtake from the Sgt. Pepper's recording sessions. The clip, premiered at The Guardian, is a stripped-down version of the album's opening title cut and includes some fantastic chatter between John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison. It's an unadorned and intimate version of the song that offers a glimpse into how The Beatles first imagined the track. The Sgt. Eat the Light | Lotus Track Name: Fearless One look from you everything goes slow I'm getting dizzy, you're giving me vertigo Lift my spirits high high high Don't pass me by by by This is our time time time And I feel so alive Alive I'm fearless fearless fearless when I'm with you I'm fearless three two one zero doubts in my head I'm fearless fearless let's ignite the fire And burn burn like a wildfire starting to spread With you I'm fearless My pulse races, temperature starts to rise You're a blinding white light, I can't even close my eyes I'm fearless fearless fearless when I'm with you I'm fearless three two one zero doubts in my head I'm fearless fearless let's ignite the fire And burn burn like a wildfire starting to spread With you I'm fearless Track Name: I've Been a Fool (Toy Guns) Track Name: Eats the Light It's on my hands, it's in my head It's all around, it's everywhere It's on my screen, it's all I see It eats the light, it's a machine Track Name: Move Too Fast Track Name: Suntan
Hear The Beatles' First Take Of 'Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds' : All Songs Considered The Beatles during the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band sessions in 1967. Courtesy of Apple Corps Ltd. hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Apple Corps Ltd. The Beatles during the Sgt. On February 28, 1967, The Beatles were in Abbey Road Studios in London working on a new song, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds." For me, a teen back then, the dreamy sound of this song was like nothing I'd ever heard. A painting by Julian Lennon of "Lucy in the sky with diamonds" that would inspire his dad to write a song. Courtesy of the Artist A painting by Julian Lennon of "Lucy in the sky with diamonds" that would inspire his dad to write a song. The lyrics of "Lucy," written by John Lennon, were inspired, the well-known story goes, by a painting his three-year-old son Julian had made of one of his classmates, Lucy O'Donnell. They worked on the song over four days; rehearsing it, laying down instrumental backing, adding a piano at one point from producer George Martin.
Afrikaanstellers | De Dood Afrikaanstellers from De Titelloze Eerste by De Dood Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. €1 EUR or more Buy the Full Digital Album Compact Disc (CD) Hier koopt u met het grootste gemak 'De Titelloze Eerste' op CD Includes unlimited streaming of De Titelloze Eerste via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. credits from De Titelloze Eerste, released December 9, 2015 tags tags: nederlands punk jazzcore metal schreeuwkoor Schiedam license all rights reserved feeds feeds for this album, this artist about De Dood Schiedam, The Netherlands dedooddeband.nl discography De Titelloze Eerste Dec 2015 contact / help Contact De Dood Streaming and Download help Top Bandcamp
The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s was a masterpiece of timing. Apple Corps Ltd. The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band turns 50 years old this week, and to mark the occasion, Apple Records has trotted out a deluxe reissue set, the crown jewel of which is a new stereo remix of the album by Giles Martin, son of the late Sir George Martin. The younger Martin’s mix is a revelation: For Beatles obsessives and audiophiles, it accomplishes the feat of finally delivering a stereo mix that feels both sonically and spiritually true to the original mono mix. For casual Beatles fans unfamiliar with the album’s mono mix, which has been largely unavailable during the compact disc and post–compact disc eras, the experience may well be akin to hearing the album anew, with fresh ears and a revived appreciation for what all the hype was about. Upon its release in 1967, Sgt. Sgt. Sgt. For the 40th anniversary of the Beatles’ celebrated album, Jody Rosen examined its myths and misconceptions. And no album was more instrumental than Sgt.
A Look Back At Monterey Pop, 50 Years Later Jimi Hendrix prepares to "sacrifice" his guitar at Monterey Pop in an iconic rock 'n' roll moment. Courtesy of Janus Films hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Janus Films Jimi Hendrix prepares to "sacrifice" his guitar at Monterey Pop in an iconic rock 'n' roll moment. In the 21st century, destination music festivals seem like a dime a dozen. Monterey Pop set the template for all the huge rock festivals that would follow — Woodstock, Coachella, Bonnaroo and all the rest — and its influence would spread even further via a documentary, Monterey Pop, that was helmed by D.A. The festival's star-studded lineup reads like a who's who of rock royalty, but four names rise to the top of any conversation about the festival. The Who raucously closes out "My Generation" with Pete Townshend smashing his guitar. The Who raucously closes out "My Generation" with Pete Townshend smashing his guitar. Those three days of rock communion were initially conceived as a one-day affair.
The Fascinating Story of How Delia Derbyshire Created the Original Doctor Who Theme We’ve focused a fair bit here on the work of Delia Derbyshire, pioneering electronic composer of the mid-twentieth century—featuring two documentaries on her and discussing her role in almost creating an electronic backing track for Paul McCartney’s “Yesterday.” There’s good reason to devote so much attention to her: Derbyshire’s work with the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop laid the bedrock for a good deal of the sound design we hear on TV and radio today. And, as we pointed out previously, her electronic music, recorded under her own name and with the band White Noise, influenced “most every current legend in the business—from Aphex Twin and the Chemical Brothers to Paul Hartnoll of Orbital.” Along with documentaries and high praise in the music press, the late Derbyshire now has her own Exhibition at the Coventry Music Museum, as of December 6 of last year. The theme came about when Grainer received a commission from the BBC after his well-received work on other series. Related Content: