Posts filed under “Friday Night Jazz”

Madonna on Howard Stern 3.11.15

Stern Show – 03.11.15 – Madonna

Category: Friday Night Jazz, Weekend

Caught In The Act: Live

Once upon a time live albums were de rigueur, part of the cycle, a way to cash in on fans and those who want to hear all the greatest hits in one place at one time. But then the internet destroyed album sales and you were able to see endless performances on YouTube and live…Read More

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Little Red Wagon

I find this song to be infectiously charming:   Miranda Lambert – Little Red Wagon (57th GRAMMYs) Album version Little Red Wagon” is available on Miranda Lambert’s album, Platinum. Download or listen: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/mlplatinum AmazonMP3: http://smarturl.it/amzmp3platinum Spotify: http://smarturl.it/mirandaspotify

Category: Friday Night Jazz, Music, Weekend

Smooth Jazz: Black Sabbath’s Paranoid

I can’t explain why, but I find this hilarious:     Via The Poke

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A Visual Map of the History of Jazz

Click for the full map. Source: Who’s Like Tatum? via Know More

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Friday Night Jazz, Music

Jimmy Page Explains How ‘Stairway’ was Written

Via Open Culture: Stairway to Heaven was one of the biggest rock songs of the 1970s – loved, imitated and sometimes parodied. Now Led Zeppelin’s classic track is back on the turntable, on a re-mastered version of the band’s fourth album. 43 years after its release, the song continues to hold a place in many…Read More

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St Vincent: Dig A Pony

Fantastic cover, which led me to her new album earlier this year.    

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Muppets’ Hip Hop Hooray

A delightful mashup of Kermit, Fozzie Bear and Beaker covering ’80s classic, “Hip Hop Hooray.”

Category: Friday Night Jazz, Weekend

Uptown Funk You Up: Bruno Mars on SNL

He strikes me as perfect blend of of pop, funk & soul: 50% Michael Jackson, 30% Prince, with 20% James Brown thrown in for good measure.

Funky!

Studio version after the jump

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Chrissie Hynde Sings The Beatles’ Let It Be

From Speakeasy: Released in 1970, the song was the last single the Beatles released before the band split. Hynde’s version echoes the original, opening with the iconic piano part and building into a symphony of backing vocals, guitars, bass and drums. Hynde shows the softer side of her tough-as-nails vocal style, the occasional catch in…Read More

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