Η μουσική μιλάει στην καρδιά με όσα η καρδιά έχει μέσα
της κρυμμένα,είναι συνομιλία ανάμεσα στις καρδιές.
Είναι όμοια με την Αγάπη,η δύναμή της αγγίζει όλους τους
ανθρώπους!Οι πρωτόγονοι την τραγουδούσαν μέσα στην έρημο...
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In the high pressure game of Promo Sump Bingo, sometimes you win big. Vanishing Kids, an act wholly unknown to me, lists themselves as “somnambulic doom,” and that sounded interesting enough to snatch from the murky waters and scurry away with to my Ape Cave of Solitude. The thing is, they’re not really doom at all. In fact, they’re one of those rare bands that openly defies easy classification. Every time you think you have them pigeonholed, they sprout 4 new musical tendrils with which to crush the ducks you’d lined up so nicely in a row. The core of the Wisconsin-based outfit’s sound is undeniably the heavy, psychedelic rock of the 70s, but that’s merely the jump off point for a weird exploration of metal, shoegaze, indie rock and a host of off-kilter ideas purloined from emo, alternative music and Krautrock. The music is very heavy in mood, even if it’s not actually heavy metal as we know it. It’s also intensely captivating, and maybe, just maybe, a work of real genius.
Nighthawks at the Diner is the first live album by Tom Waits and his third overall. It was released on Asylum Records in October 1975. It was recorded live in the Los AngelesRecord Plant studio, in front of a small invited audience.
The album peaked at 164 on the Billboard 200, the highest place Waits had held at the time, and is currently certified silver by the BPI.It has received critical acclaim for its successful mood-setting, capturing of the jazz-club atmosphere and characterisation. It is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
Side One No.TitleLength 1. "(Opening Intro)" 2:58 2. "Emotional Weather Report" 3:47 3. "(Intro)" 2:16 4. "On a Foggy Night" 3:48 5. "(Intro)" 1:53 6. "Eggs and Sausage (In a Cadillac with Susan Michelson)" 4:19
Side Two No.TitleLength 1. "(Intro)" 3:02 2. "Better Off Without a Wife" 3:59 3. "Nighthawk Postcards (From Easy Street)" 11:30
Side Three No.TitleWriter(s)Length 1. "(Intro)" 0:55 2. "Warm Beer and Cold Women" 5:21 3. "(Intro)" 0:47 4. "Putnam County" 7:35 5. "Spare Parts I (A Nocturnal Emission)"
John Dawson Winter III (February 23, 1944 – July 16, 2014), known as Johnny Winter, was an American musician, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. Best known for his high-energy blues-rock albums and live performances in the late 1960s and 1970s, Winter also produced three Grammy Award-winning albums for blues singer and guitarist Muddy Waters. After his time with Waters, Winter recorded several Grammy-nominated blues albums. In 1988, he was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame and in 2003, he was ranked 63rd in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time".
Second Winter is the third studio album by Texas blues guitarist Johnny Winter, released in 1969. The original plan was to edit the songs from the recording session into one album but it was later thought that all the recordings were good enough to be released. The album was released as a "three-sided" LP, with a blank fourth side on the original vinyl. Two more songs, "Tell the Truth" and "Early in the Morning" were left unfinished but released on a 2004 re-release of the album.
Track listing Side one No.TitleWriter(s)Length 1. "Memory Pain" Percy Mayfield 5:34 2. "I'm Not Sure" Johnny Winter 5:23 3. "The Good Love" Dennis Collins 4:43
Side three No.TitleWriter(s)Length 1. "I Love Everybody" Johnny Winter 3:44 2. "Hustled Down in Texas" Johnny Winter 3:32 3. "I Hate Everybody" Johnny Winter 2:33 4. "Fast Life Rider" Johnny Winter 7:00
The album has been well-received critically and is considered a precursor to punk rock. In its retrospective review, AllMusic notes that while the album was confusing to audiences at the time of its release, it became inspirational for dozens of groups to follow. Trouser Press also enthuses that the band deserves "scads of credit" for "blazing a long trail, melding the essentials of junk culture...with loud/hard/fast rock'n'roll and thus creating an archetype". According to a 2001 article in the Village Voice, the album's "blueprint for bad taste, humor, and defiance" has been replicated in the work of such bands as the Ramones and Beastie Boys. Trouser Presslauded the album a "wickedly funny, brilliantly played and hopelessly naïve masterpiece of self-indulgent smartass rock'n'roll".Entertainment Weekly wrote "Go Girl Crazy's junk-generation culture and smart-aleck sensibility did provide an essential blueprint for '70s punk. With its TV references and homely vocals, this ground-breaking and long-unavailable album continues to inspire underground groups everywhere." Canadian journalist Martin Popoff enjoyed the album and considered the Dictators "more obviously comedians than musicians", "with a sense of self-deprecating humor poking sticks at the seriousness of heavy metal"
1. Blood Runs Deep (5:19)
2. Summers Child (4:24)
3. Majo and the Laying of the Witch (7:52)
4. Treadmil (4:00)
5. Green Eyed God (9:51)
6. Turn the Page Over (3:56)
7. Black Jewel of the Forest (6:13)
8. Har Fleur (0:45)
Their first release was the single "Climatic Nouveaux" / "Theatre Matrix" (MAN003) on Mannequin Records in 1980, followed quickly by the album The Absence Of A Canary (MAN LP1), which included the single's A-side. The 1000 copies have become a collector's item, so much so that in 2006 the German labelVinyl On Demand produced a two disc re-issue, named The Absence Of A Canary V1.1. The original LP has sold on eBay for up to US$350.
The first two sides consisted of the album as originally issued. Sides C and D contained eight track demos Wickens prepared while in England for a never-issued second album (recorded between 1981 and 1983). Additionally "Theatre Matrix", and demos for a track from a Wickens/Jah Wobble collaboration 12" ("Between Two Frequencies") and a song from the collaboration The Partnership ("Sampling The Blast Furnace") were included. The version of "Sampling The Blast Furnace" that is included on The Absence Of A Canary V1.1 is a demo recorded in a studio run by William Orbit in London. Orbit also produced a 24-track version of the song with Andy McCluskey from OMD on vocals, which was never commercially released due to contractual issues with Virgin Records.
Currently Wickens and Humphreys have re-united and are working on a new album, with the working title 'Daisy Cutter'.
Wickens lives in Northern California and is a partner in the design firm Ammunition. Wickens' design career paralleled his musical career in the 1980s, when he was in partnership with Peter Saville, and designed dozens of LP covers for Peter Gabriel, New Order, Joy Division, Ultravox and others.
Cohen returned to music in 2001 with the release of Ten New Songs, which was a major hit in Canada and Europe. His 11th album, Dear Heather, followed in 2004. Following a successful string of tours between 2008 and 2013, Cohen released three albums in the final four years of his life: Old Ideas (2012), Popular Problems (2014) and You Want It Darker (2016), the last of which was released three weeks before his death.
I'm Your Man is the eighth studio album by Leonard Cohen, released in 1988. The album marked Cohen's further move to a more modern sound, with many songs having a synth-oriented production.
All songs were written by Cohen, except where noted. "First We Take Manhattan" – 6:01 "Ain't No Cure for Love" – 4:50 "Everybody Knows" (Cohen, Sharon Robinson) – 5:36 "I'm Your Man" – 4:28 "Take This Waltz" (Federico García Lorca, Cohen) – 5:59 "Jazz Police" (Cohen, Jeff Fisher) – 3:53 "I Can't Forget" – 4:31 "Tower of Song" – 5:37 download
Winston RodneyOD (born 1 March 1945), better known by the stage name Burning Spear, is a Jamaican roots reggaevocalist and musician. Burning Spear is a Rastafarian and one of the most influential and long-standing roots artists to emerge from the 1970s
"Smokestack Lightning" (Chester Burnett) – 2:30 "Don't Ask Me What I Say" (Paul Jones) – 3:09 "Sack O' Woe" (Cannonball Adderley) – 3:31 "What You Gonna Do?" (Jones, Manfred Mann) – 3:03 "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man" (Willie Dixon) – 2:10 "I'm Your Kingpin" (Mann, Jones) – 2:38 "Down the Road Apiece" (Don Raye) – 3:16 Side two
"Got My Mojo Working" (Preston Foster; credited to Muddy Waters) – 2:43 Canadian version: "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" (Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich) – 2:23 "It's Gonna Work Out Fine" (Rose Marie McCoy, Sylvia McKinney; credited to Joe Seneca, J. Lee) – "Mr. Anello" (Mike Hugg, Jones, Mann, Tom McGuinness, Mike Vickers) – 2:15 "Untie Me" (Joe South) – 3:41 "Bring It to Jerome" (Jerome Green) – 3:31 "Without You" (Jones) – 2:25 "You've Got to Take It" (Jones) – 2:00
Trees was a British folk rock band recording and touring throughout 1969, 1970 and 1971, reforming briefly to continue performing throughout 1972. Although the group met with little commercial success in their time, the reputation of the band has grown over the years, and underwent a renaissance in 2007 following Gnarls Barkley's sampling of the track Geordie (from Trees’ second album On The Shore) on the title track of their multi-million selling album St. Elsewhere.
Quicksilver Messenger Service (sometimes credited as simply Quicksilver) is an American psychedelic rock band formed in 1965 in San Francisco. The band achieved wide popularity in the San Francisco Bay Area and through their recordings, with psychedelic rock enthusiasts around the globe, and several of their albums ranked in the Top 30 of the Billboard Pop charts. They were part of the new wave of album-oriented bands, achieving renown and popularity despite an almost complete lack of success with their singles (apart from "Fresh Air", which reached number 49 in 1970). Though not as commercially successful as contemporaries Jefferson Airplaneand the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver was integral to the beginnings of their genre. With their jazz and classical influences and a strong folk background, the band attempted to create an individual, innovative sound. Music historian Colin Larkin wrote: "Of all the bands that came out of the San Francisco area during the late '60s, Quicksilver typified most the style, attitude and sound of that era."
Member Dino Valenti drew heavily on musical influences he picked up during the folk revival of his formative musical years. The style he developed from these sources is evident in Quicksilver Messenger Service's swing rhythms and twanging guitar sounds. After many years, the band has attempted to reform despite the deaths of several members. In 2009, original members Gary Duncan and David Freiberg toured as the Quicksilver Messenger Service, using various backing musicians.
The album gained new recognition in 2010 when it was listed second on the "Top 10 Pop Albums of All Time" as published in the Vatican City newspaper L'Osservatore Romano Track listing
1. "Music Is Love" David Crosby, Graham Nash, Neil Young 3:16
2. "Cowboy Movie" David Crosby 8:02
3. "Tamalpais High (at about 3)" David Crosby 3:29
4. "Laughing" David Crosby 5:20
1. "What Are Their Names" Crosby, Garcia, Lesh, Shrieve, Young 4:09
2. "Traction in the Rain" David Crosby 3:40
3. "Song with No Words (Tree with No Leaves)" David Crosby 5:53
4. "Orleans" traditional 1:56
5. "I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here"
Stephen Ray Vaughan (October 3, 1954 – August 27, 1990) was an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer, and one of the most influential guitarists in the revival of blues in the 1980s. He is commonly referred to as one of the greatest guitar players of all time.
Vaughan was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He began playing guitar at the age of seven, inspired by his older brother Jimmie. He dropped out of high school in 1971 and moved to Austin the following year. He played gigs with numerous bands, earning a spot in Marc Benno's band the Nightcrawlers and later with Denny Freeman in the Cobras, with whom he continued to work through late 1977. He then formed his own group Triple Threat Revue, but he renamed them Double Trouble after hiring drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon. He gained fame after his performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1982, and his debut studio album Texas Flood charted at number 38 in 1983, a commercially successful release that sold over half a million copies. Vaughan headlined concert tours with Jeff Beck in 1989 and Joe Cocker in 1990. He died in a helicopter crash on August 27, 1990 at the age of 35.
Vaughan received several music awards during his lifetime and posthumously. In 1983, readers of Guitar Player voted him Best New Talent and Best Electric Blues Guitar Player. In 1984, the Blues Foundation named him Entertainer of the Year and Blues Instrumentalist of the Year, and in 1987, Performance Magazine honored him with Rhythm and Blues Act of the Year. He won six Grammy Awards and ten Austin Music Awards and was inducted posthumously into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2000 and the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2014. Rolling Stone ranked him as the 12th greatest guitarist of all time. In 2015, Vaughan and Double Trouble were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
In Step is the fourth studio album by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble released in 1989. The title In Step can be seen as referring to Vaughan's new-found sobriety, following the years of drug and alcohol use that eventually led Vaughan into rehabilitation. It was also Vaughan's final album with Double Trouble. In 1990, he recorded a collaboration album with his brother, Jimmie Vaughan, called Family Style; later that year, Stevie Ray Vaughan died in a helicopter crash.
The album received universal acclaim. Critics called it Vaughan’s best album, with some even saying it was one of the best albums of the year. It received praise for solidifying Vaughan’s unique style, his consistent songwriting, and his clean and sweet sounding guitar playing, while some criticized it for some songs (mainly Tightrope and Wall of Denial) sounding too personal, and too unrelatable to the general public.
Marianne Evelyn Gabriel Faithfull (born 29 December 1946) is an English singer, songwriter, and actress. She achieved popularity in the 1960s with the release of her hit single "As Tears Go By" and became one of the lead female artists during the British Invasion in the United States. Dangerous Acquaintances is the eighth studio album by English singer Marianne Faithfull. It was released on 1 September 1981 by Island Records. The album was seen by reviewers as a disappointing follow-up to Faithfull's Broken English, as the album trades the angry and controversial alternative new wave arrangements of the previous one for a more mainstream rock texture, using over a dozen session musicians and, for some, giving a certain anonymous feel to the songs. The title is a reference to the Pierre Choderlos de Laclos 1782 novel Les Liaisons dangereuses.
The main singles of the album were "Intrigue", penned by the singer's then-husband, Ben Brierley, and "For Beauty's Sake", written by Faithfull and Steve Winwood.
Οι Σπυριδούλα είναι ελληνικό ροκ συγκρότημα που δημιουργήθηκε τη δεκαετία του '70. Συνεργάστηκαν με τον Παύλο Σιδηρόπουλο με τον οποίο κυκλοφόρησαν το άλμπουμ Φλου, έναν δίσκο που θεωρείται από τους σημαντικότερους στην ιστορία του ελληνόφωνου ροκ.
Οι Σπυριδούλα σχηματίστηκαν το Νοέμβριο του 1977 από τους Βασίλη Σπυρόπουλο (κιθάρα), τον αδερφό του Νίκο (κιθάρα) τον Αντρέα Μουζακίτη (ντραμς), τον Μάκη Μπλαζή (μπάσο) και τους Κώστα Κουρεμένο και Γιώργο Κοτσμανίδη στα φωνητικά. Οι αδερφοί Σπυρόπουλοι είχαν συνεργαστεί ήδη με τον Μουζακίτη στο συγκρότημα Last Barricade. Το όνομα το πρότεινε ο συνεργάτης τους Γιώργος Γαϊτάνος, εμπνευσμένος από την ιστορία της Σπυριδούλας Ράπτη,θύματος ενός εγκλήματος που είχε σοκάρει την κοινή γνώμη το 1956. Η 12χρονη οικιακή βοηθός είχε βασανιστεί επί 36 ώρες με ηλεκτρικό σίδερο από το ανδρόγυνο που την μεγάλωνε. Οι Σπυριδούλα ξεκίνησαν συναυλιες όπου έπαιζαν κατά κύριο λόγο διασκευές από Rolling Stones, Lou Reed, Velvet Underground καθώς και μπλουζ και γρήγορα τράβηξε το ενδιαφέρον του σχετικού κοινού. Το 1978 είχαν ήδη αποχωρήσει οι Κουρεμένος, Κοτσμανίδης και Μπλαζής, με τον τελευταίο να αντικαθίσταται από τον Τόλη Μαστρόκαλο ενώ λίγο μετά ο Μουζακίτης αντικαταστάθηκε από τον Τάσο Φωτοδήμο.
Νάυλον Ντέφια και Ψόφια Κέφια και διάλυση
Μετά από μια σύντομη περίοδο ζωντανών εμφανίσεων, το συγκρότημα μπήκε στη περιπέτεια των ανακατατάξεων και απ' τις τάξεις του πέρασαν αρκετοί μουσικοί, όπως ο Νίκος Ζιώγαλας (τραγούδι), ο Πάνος Κατσιμίχας (φυσαρμόνικα, τραγούδι), ο Bees (ντραμς) κ.α. Το 1982 βρίσκουμε τους αδελφούς Σπυρόπουλου μαζί με την Μελίνα Καρακώστα (μπάσο), τον Άκη Περδίκη (ντραμς) και τον Παύλο Βακατάτση (τραγούδι, πλήκτρα), με τους οποίους ηχογράφησαν το άλμπουμ Νάυλον Ντέφια Και Ψόφια Κέφια, που έτυχε θερμής ανταπόκρισης από το κοινο, το δε ομώνυμο τραγούδι συγκαταλέγεται ανάμεσα στα δημοφιλέστερα τραγούδια-σταθμούς της ελληνόφωνης ροκ δισκογραφίας. Τρία χρόνια μετά κι αφού ο Νίκος Δόικας είχε αντικαταστήσει την Μελίνα Καρακώστα, το σχήμα διάλυσε και οι Σπυρόπουλοι έφτιαξαν στα τέλη του '86 την Συμμορία.
Οι «ΑΓΑΠΗ ΠΙΟ ΚΡΥΑ ΑΠΟ ΤΟ ΘΑΝΑΤΟ» δημιουργήθηκαν το 1990. Εκαναν στο διάστημα της 10ετίας λίγες επιλεγμένες συναυλίες. Ο 1ος τους δίσκος ήταν 1 7″ που κυκλοφόρησε το 1995. Ο μεγάλος μοναδικός μέχρι σήμερα ομώνυμος δίσκος τους βγήκε το 1997.
Χρησιμοποιούν κιθάρες, σαξόφωνο και drum machine και καθόλου μπάσο! Τα τραγούδια τους με τον καταλυτικό ρυθμό που δίνει η σύγκρουση του σαξόφωνου με τις κολασμένες κιθάρες θα μπορούσε να χαρακτηριστεί acid rock!
Οι ευαίσθητοι, λυρικοί και αφαιρετικοί συχνά στίχοι τους σε συνδυασμό με την πρωτοποριακή μουσική, δημιουργούν ίσως το πιο απρόβλεπτο μουσικό αποτέλεσμα στον χώρο του ελληνικού ροκ.
1. Όσο Λευκά Είναι Τα Χέρια Της 2. Σ’αυτά Τα Κύτταρα 3. Φάντασμα 4. Κάτι Συμβαίνει Βαθιά Μέσα Μου 5. Call Girl 6. The Old Castle (M.P. Mussorgsky) 7. Έντομο-Χορευτής 8. (Ο Γελωτοποιός Χορεύει) Στο Ρυθμό Του Βήματος Σου 9. Νέα Αρχή 10. Κορμί
John Garcia (born September 4, 1970) is a vocalist and songwriter. Garcia is best known as the vocalist and founding member of Kyuss, Slo Burn, and Unida. Garcia recently performed in Vista Chino with former Kyuss drummer Brant Bjork although the band broke up in 2014 after a falling out which caused Garcia to leave the band. Garcia and Bjork have since decided to continue their individual solo projects, with Garcia releasing his debut album John Garcia on July 25, 2014.
01 - Space Vato
02 - Jim's Whiskers
03 - Chicken Delight
04 - Kentucky Ii
05 - My Everything
06 - Lillianna
07 - Popcorn (Hit Me When You Can)
08 - Apache Juncion
09 - Don't Even Think About It
10 - Cheyletiella
11 - Softer Side
All songs were written by Bob Marley, except where noted. Side one No.TitleWriter(s)Length 1. "Concrete Jungle" 4:13 2. "Slave Driver" 2:54 3. "400 Years" Peter Tosh 2:45 4. "Stop That Train" Peter Tosh 3:54 5. "Baby We've Got a Date (Rock It Baby)" 3:55
Side two No.TitleLength 6. "Stir It Up" 5:32 7. "Kinky Reggae" 3:37 8. "No More Trouble" 3:58 9. "Midnight Ravers" 5:08
01 - Intro (Ehlel)
02 - Kherulen River (Kherlen)
03 - The Beige Stallion (Sharga azarga)
04 - A White-Jawed Lark (Eruu tsagaan boljmor)
05 - Farewell (Udelt)
06 - The Light (Gegee)
07 - Four Kinds of Khoomei Singing (Huumiin 4-n turul)
08 - Blue Mountains in Distance (Tsenherlen haragdah uul)
09 - Mirage of Far Land (Alsiin gazriin zereglee)
10 - The Town of Jiijuu (Jiijuu Khot)
11 - Two Folk Songs (Ardiin 2 Duu)
12 - The Five Hills of The Steppes (Taliin tavan tolgoi)
13 - The Accent of Beats (Tsohiuriin ai)
14 - Outro (Tugsgul)