Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by redfloatboat, May 3, 2021.
pretty sure this guy sold his soul ...... too
well. pretty much. ian montone brokered the deal.
BBC Exec: "Jimi Hendrix will never play on the BBC ever again!"
....and he never did.
This is about the greatest thing I have ever seen…
Yeah,this is a killer rendition ..............sorry Jeff
WTH.....did I see Fripp smiling?
Was living in a house with some friends and we'd just gotten our first proper surround system, spent most of my time there drunk and/or stoned but I vividly remember catching this for the first time and having my hair blown back by it. So glad YT preserved it. Can't say I was ever the biggest Oasis fan either, but those guitars are undeniable. The whole thing, really, just a steady sonic blast of the feels.
Just posted this one in the Saturday Night Live thread. Hurry up and watch it before NBC takes it down again.
Prince - Partyup on SNL 2/21/81
I see your point!
Oh boy! Here we go ...
XTC - Radios In Motion 1978
XTC - Books Are Burning 1992 (w/Dave Mattacks on drums)
The Feelies - Away 1988
Guided By Voices - King & Caroline / Motor Away 1995
Rockpile - So It Goes / Heart Of The City 1978?
The Jam - Private Hell 1980
The Clash on Fridays 1980
Neil Young - No More 1989
Neil Young - 02 - No More - 1989 - video Dailymotion
Suzi Quatro as Leather Tuscadero on Happy Days with "Do the Fonzie"
Todd Rundgren and the original Utopia from Don Kirshner's Rock Concert in Jan 1974 - I saw them live the next month and it was similar to this - a great show!
The Blue Nile; Tinseltown in the Rain on Later---with Jools Holland.
Fine Chic-esque rythm guitar by Paul in the last few bars!
Humble Pie (live) at their peK (Frampton, Ridley, Marriott, Shirley)...
20 minutes of sheer euphoria!
Radiohead covering Nobody Does It Better back in...94? On MTV. It just blew me away back then and now.
John Martyn - "I'd Rather Be The Devil"
The Old Grey Whistle Test (1973)
John Martyn - "One World"
The Old Grey Whistle Test (1977)
JM and Danny Thompson on top form.
Natalie Merchant......`TEXAS`....on the Jools Holland show.
An amazing performance where she is TOTALLY into the song, and making you really feel the emotion. The way she `Talks` to the guitarist...... When you have sung the same song a thousand times it`s hard to be this convincing........
His voice was incredible back then. This performance loses nothing from the absence of strings.
Might as well enjoy the pair
Better than on "Nearly Human".
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