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Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by DavidA, Feb 28, 2015.
Gregory Porter doing possibly my favorite song by Sting.
In front of the man himself no less.
Erika Wennerstrom and her band in fine form on this in studio session performance of 'Extraordinary Love'.
Nice one here from First Aid Kit...
The boygenius set from that Pitchfork livestream last month is still so, so good:
I'm excited that the Cure got into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but I'm also really happy that Roxy Music got in. This clip of them performing 'Virginia Plain' on Top of the Pops is so full of greatness. I know they aren't really playing live here, but there is so much happening here that it doesn't really matter. The clothes. Bryan Ferry hamming it up for the camera. Brian Eno looking absolutely crazy. The audience dancing along with confused looks on their faces. 70s era video effects.
Here is the Phoebe Bridgers solo set from the Boygenius Brooklyn Steel show last month.
The Lucy Dacus solo set from Brooklyn Steel...
And last but not least, the Julien Baker solo set from the Brooklyn Steel show...
Thanks to Youtube, here's Iron Maiden live 1981. Looks almost like a school band concert. Quite far from the stadium size events of late, but great
Stumbled on to the youtube channel Reelinintheyears66. Going to be a long night
This interview is hilarious
The channel is full of various music clips and interviews. Well worth a dive in.
I've been browsing through this thread and loving it. There is nothing like live music.This one is a bit different, but probably my favourite YouTube live music clip from an artist I adore. It's a Ted talk by Megan Washington with a beautiful performance at the end. It's worth a watch if you've ever experienced, or are interested in understanding, stuttering, speech impediments, social anxiety and the remarkable powers of music
Bublé killed it with Jools
Starting to get involved in the threads.
Here's my first recommandation :
A cinematic staging around the post-punk band IDLES who released one of the greatest rock album this year.
Not sure this will be up for a while, so enjoy...
Today is Alejandro Escovedo's birthday. So, here is a solo performance of an old favorite from the long defunct Austin Music Network. I remember watching these Solo Sessions in awe when they were still new. Townes recorded some of these as well.
And then there is this from a year later. Looks like a SXSW set from Al's garage rock monster Buick MacKane. That was a fun band. And loud too.
If anyone missed the great German duo Haerts.
I know some folks were iffy on David Byrne & St. Vincent's "Love This Giant" album collaboration, but the live shows were tons of fun.