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13. Dez. 2011, 18:04 von Erkan-Yilmazfull report available here (incl. last.fm account for playing/user identifying)
short summary: 6 artists from >140 selected
Muddy Waters is this week leading...
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- the analysis is NOT based on group connections (which the group leader sets), but: on unique group artists (which are influenced by group members)
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also in list:
John Lee Hooker
these groups are included:
Country Folk Blues
Mississippi Hill Country Blues
Soul-Funk-Blues-Jazz and Psychedelic Grooves
7. Jun. 2011, 21:02 von editradioukhttps://files.me.com/ktal1731/ahqsw4
Chris and Sam are radio's brand spanking new podcasting odd couple. Chris is one half of Readings hyper cool electro night DJ's The Bleep Test, whilst his friend Sam is a portly, hairy force of nature that loves ear splitting heavy metal. Will they make it through their first show without killing each other? well there's only one way to find out.
Band "Song" [Album]
Carte Blanche "With You ft Alexis Taylor"
DJ Cam "Broadcasting Live"
Jai Paul "BTSTU"
Cancer Bats "Hail Destroyer"
Wolfgang Gartner "Forever ft Will.i.am"
Howlin' Wolf "Louise"
Holy Ghost "Static on the Wire (RAC Remix)"
We Are the Ocean "Trouble is temporary, time is tonic"
Gil Scott Heron "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised"
radio podcast 78
15. Mai. 2011, 19:31 von rastronomicalsThe post at Blogspot
ZZ Top - "Heard It On The X" From the Album Fandango
There was only one single taken from ZZ's fourth record, and this marvelously syncopated blues beauty wasn't it. Though it should have been.
Now, as one of the world's foremost Caucasian admirers of women who put the the 'max' in gluteus maximus, I'm certainly not gonna have too many issues with any song called "Tush," which was the track that London Records did in fact select as the solitary single from Fandango.
Certainly, Zeta-4 and WSHE, the rock stations I listened to at various times in my high school days, each played the hell out of it, and I bet it was the same with rock stations across the country. Before the massive, MTV-fueled success of Eliminator, "Tush" was probably ZZ's signature tune. And if I were listening today…
18. Apr. 2011, 18:20 von ce84
- artist13th Floor ElevatorsalbumThe Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevatorsartist13th Floor ElevatorsalbumEaster EverywhereartistAcid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic InfernoalbumAnthem Of The SpaceartistAcid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.albumElectric HeavylandartistAcrimonyalbumTumuli ShroomaroomartistAC/DCalbumLet There Be RockartistAC/DCalbumHighway To HellartistAC/DCalbumBack In BlackartistAerosmithalbumToys In The AtticartistAfghan WhigsalbumGentlemenartistAfghan Whigsalbum1965artistAfrican Head ChargealbumMy Life In A Hole In The GroundartistAfro Celt Sound SystemalbumVolume 3: Further In TimeartistAgitation…
2. Apr. 2011, 13:58 von lookbackboreAsia: Alpha (JP Target)
Don Henley: Building The Perfect Beast (JP Target)
Dr. Feelgood: The Complete Stiff Recordings (2CD)
Kiss: Dressed To Kill
Robert Plant: The Principle Of Moments (WG Target)
Saga: World's Apart
Erich Leinsdorf: The Sheffield / Leinsdorf Sessions, Volume II (Sheffield Lab gold disc, includes Stravinsky's Firebird Suite and a few Wagner pieces)
Bob Marley & The Wailers: Exodus (MFSL)
Frank Bridge: Orchestral Works, Volume 3 (Chandos SACD)
Mari Kodama: Beethoven Piano Concertos (PentaTone SACD)
Lara St. John: Hindson, Corigliano, Liszt (SACD)
Rush: Moving Pictures (MFSL - this was expensive but I finally complete my Rush MFSL collection)
The Choir: Choir Practice (I saw this a while ago and thought I should have picked it up. When I went back, it was gone. It was back so I grabbed it. I'm fairly certain it's the same copy and they had taken it out of the bin for some reason. Or someone bought it and didn't like it and returned it.)
19. Mär. 2011, 13:03 von terhoevThe Mississippi Sheiks was a popular country blues band of the 1930s. What a cool name...
Their legacy includes the incredible
Sitting On Top of the World von Mississippi Sheiks
Sitting on Top of the World von Howlin' Wolf
Spuck auf die Welt von Aben D Blues
Sitting On Top Of The World von Cream
Sitting On Top of the World von Ray Charles
Sitting On Top Of The World von B.B. King
Some Summer Day von Charley Patton
How Long, How Long Blues von Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell
You got to reap what you sow von Tampa Red
Sitting On Top Of The World von Big Joe Williams with Bob Dylan
Sitting On Top Of The World von Taj Mahal
any versions missing?
16. Mär. 2011, 16:44 von andyvonmusikA:
The Ambrosian Singers
Das Auge Gottes
Máire Ní Bhraoháin
The Bluegrass Patriots
Boys Of The Lough
Brotherhood of Man
Carl Butler & Pearl
Maire Ní Chathasaigh
Cherish The Ladies
Cindy & Bert
Paul Clayton & The Foc'sie Singers
14. Mär. 2011, 14:38 von ReignmundSat 12 Mar – Left Lane Cruiser
Midwestern blues-rock duos seem to be in no short supply these days, but that isn't to say the set-up is worn out or cliche, as demonstrated the imitable Left Lane Cruiser.
Little bit bout the venue, theMorseland: never been there before m'self. Seems more accommodating of eatin' and drinkin' than it does legitimate live shows, but a legitimate live show is exactly what LLC delivered.
Heard a local band called the Blue Dragons were opening and although I would have liked to make it out to see them to get a taste of the local flavor, I was coming straight from a wedding in the west suburbs and the venue was on the waaay the fuck north side. When I walked in (after paying my ridiculously cheap $7 cover), LLC was already full on, tearing into it with Justify, a personal favorite. They proceeded to play pretty much every tune I could have hoped for, interspersed with amusing asides bout home cookin', dirty ass rivers and, yes…
7. Feb. 2011, 20:20 von selcukalhanGreatest Musicians by Countries (147 Countries)
Greatest Films by Countries
101.Pixies-United States of America
103.B.B. King-United States of America
104.Marvin Gaye-United States of America
105.Stevie Wonder-United States of America
107.Count Basie-United States of America
108.Robert Johnson-United States of America
109.Nat King Cole-United States of America
113.Carl Maria von Weber-Germany
115.Tom Waits-United States of America
116.Bruce Springsteen-United States of America
118.Leadbelly-United States of America
119.Otis Redding-United States of America
121.Ray Charles-United States of America