Film & Video The following films are presented for educational and non-commercial use only. All copyrights belong to the artists. About UbuWeb Film & Video UbuWeb is pleased to present hundreds of avant-garde films & videos for your viewing pleasure. Top 100: Greatest Songs (of All Time) It’s hard to come up with a list of the 100 greatest songs of all time and not leave people out, or be called a “son of a bitch” and other unflattering things by your readers. Nevertheless, inStash goes where not even Rolling Stone magazine has dared to tread. While the famed music publication needed a top 500 to feel comfortable even undertaking such a task, inStash honors the legends of rockers past, country’s greatest crooners, and the songs of today with 100 must-haves for your iPod or MP3 player. Don’t think of this as a top 100 greatest songs so much as a 100 essentials.
Music For Kids Who Can't Read Good: Weird in a good way. Like go An Album and a Song is a series where I pick a favorite album and song from a year (working up from 1960) for your listening pleasure. One rule: The year’s album and song can not both come from the same artist. Strangely enough, the Abbey Road got mixed reviews on it’s initial release, but retrospectively it’s rightfully considered The Beatles' last and perhaps greatest masterpiece. The album contains some of the finest songwriting of the band's careers whether it was Lennon's “Come Together”, Harrison’s “Something" (his greatest Beatles contribution), or McCartney’s masterful Side 2 medley, which sees the most legendary band of all time going out in the most grand fashion possible.
silver&silver streetsick: Larry Sultan Mike Mandel 1977 oldtimefriend: Chelsea Art Ball, London, 1958-1959, Sergio Larrain (Source: secretcinema1) 10 Weird and Wonderful Women Musicians "There is nothing new under the sun," said King Solomon. He obviously hadn't met Nina Hagen. Or any of the other women on this list, all musicians with talent, originality, charisma and intelligence––not to mention a wicked sartorial style! New Is The New Old You should have wondered what variables make some gemstones to seem much better than others in quality grades. For any normal buyer, it can be tough to discover diamond quality grades. Yet, gemstone guidebooks offered with a handful of online sources will be able to help you so that you can know your gemstones far better. The web market is packed of high numbers of expensive jewelry suppliers. Nevertheless, several include the most suitable expertise for buyers. Conversely, a handful of the web-based dealers readily available, definitely provide the gemstone coaching you absolutely need to produce a knowledgeable final decision.
Don't Die Wondering. December 17, 2013 20 Favourite Tracks Of 2013 In alphabetical order: 50 Greatest Guitar Solos Jimmy Page. Jack White. Jimi Hendrix: some of the music world's greatest ever axe-shredders (and that's only the Js). pe 242 - Juniore As winter is now firmly anchored, there is nothing quite like staying in bed, enjoying a warm coffee with a delicious breakfast, and listening to some very comforting tracks, like candy for the ears… That’s exactly what we have carefully crafted for you today with Juniore, a French indie-pop band. Instrumental tracks, smooth vibrations like a warm sonic blanket: this morning selection begins with some soothing classical records picked by Juniore, just to help you arise from Morphee’s kingdom. The whole thing with a bit of French accent and inspirations from the reckless sounds of the 60’s… An all-female band, led by Parisian Anna Jean and with their surf-pop deeply anchored in the sixties, Juniore’s music is made of reverbed guitars coupled to vocal harmonies full of spleen and rhythms, inspired by a world of ghosts, towns, cars and girls tales… Santo & Johnny - Sleepwalk Juniore: “For the lazy mornings, the tougher or the fuzzy ones. Olivier.
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Multimedia Sixties 1968 Music - A retro nostalgia look at music 1968 Song of the year With an album behind them and an almost hit with Down on Me, Big Brother and the Holding Company with Janis Joplin made a big splash at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, and the next year came the hit album Cheap Thrills with the big hit single Piece of My Heart and of course the unforgettable album cover by Robert Crumb. Piece of my Heart was so big a hit that Joplin left Big Brother to go on her own before the year ended Billboard Top 40 of 1968 1.
10½ Favorite Albums of 2012 by Maria Popova By popular demand, here is a music equivalent to complement those favorite books of 2012 — a highly subjective and hopelessly non-exhaustive selection of the 10 or so albums on heaviest rotation this year, many of which you might recognize from past Literary Jukebox installments. My Head Is An Animal (iTunes; UK) by Of Monsters and Men Release date: April 3, 2012 Love This Giant (iTunes; UK) by David Byrne and St. The songs of summer Memorial Day Weekend fills us with restless anticipation of how we will spend the long, hot days ahead, but it also brings fond memories of summers past, each one marked by a ubiquitous song that still has the power to bring us back to that time. Travel through the last 100 years to discover which summer songs were either released or peaked in popularity during the summer of their respective years. Some are about the summer or the stuff of summer: parties, picnics, fleeting love, nostalgia or fun.
Cambodian Surf Rockers Were Awesome, but the Khmer Rouge Killed Them Cambodian surf rock artist Ros Sereysothea When a friend invited me to a “Cambodian surf party” in his run-down apartment in Sheffield, England, I figured he was just being a pretentious idiot. It’s a retro novelty, I thought. The kind of thing people who collect surrealist-noise vinyl lose their minds over because it’s kitsch and obscure.