Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by magneze, Sep 13, 2010.
As soon as you heard 'Break it down Devante' you knew this was going to drop.
The Gumbo Vibrations....I am pretty sure Eric Leeds picked up on this stuff....much later
... I'm planning a flamboyant pink front garden and last night's dream featured a huge crowd of drag queens in powdered wigs ...
Korean zither meets rock ...
Dweezil Zappa playing 'whatever the fuck he wants'
I wish she would do some Debussy or Ravel ...
Appetite For Destruction.
30 years old today.
i love this song and am learning it to sing in the pub. Irish ballad classic Willie Mac Bride - a young soldier who died during 1916
I can see by your gravestone you were only 19
When you joined the great fallen in 1916,
Well I hope you died well and I hope you died clean
Young Willie McBride was it slow and obscene?
Did they beat the drum slowly did they play the fife lowly
did they sound the death march as they lowered you down
and did the band play the last post and chorus,
and did the pipes play the "Flowers of the Forest"
Love that one in particular, my friend saw Wendy & Lisa recently with the (reformed) Revolution in San Francisco. These angels were formative in Prince's early-ish days. Thanks for sharing x
Cheesypoof - there is a recent interview online with W&L concerning Prince that I think you might like - will try and find the link. I had a bit of a crush on one of them...still do watching that video.
Thanks, would love to see it. Yeh, I wish Prince had married his pianist Lisa Coleman (her main inspiration was Bill Evans, who played piano on Miles Davis, Kind of Blue - bar Freddie Freeloader - the keys there was Wynton Kelly, a Jamaican chap, people sometimes dont know that.....) but yeh I love Wendy in particular. She actually looks and sounds like Prince. She has his heart on her sleeve and he knew it too....dedicated many songs to her.
Traditional ALBANIAN music sampled by Banco de Gaia in "Last train to Lhasa" ...
... who'd have thunk it ?
Translates as "Oh Red Apple" ...
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