Stevie Ray Vaughan – Voodoo Child – Video Great version, though a little rushed compared…
“Doom and Gloom” is the lead single taken from GRRR! this video and song where…
Lana Del Rey – Born To Die Album Born To Die Out Now. Born to Die is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey. The album was released on January 27, 2012 on iTunes and on January 31, 2012
Singer and rhythm guitarist “James Hetfield” wrote this song while he was on the phone with his girlfriend at this time. Since he held the phone with one hand, he plucked the four open strings of a standard E-minor chord with the other, which eventually made up the first two bars of the song. The lyrics were also dedicated to his girlfriend, which talk about being “so close, no matter how far”, indicating the bond they shared even when Hetfield was on tour. Initially, the song was not meant to go on the album, and Hetfield had written it for himself, but only after drummer Lars Ulrich heard it was it considered for the record.
The Beastie Boys are an American hip hop group from Manhattan/Brooklyn, New York City. The group consists of Michael Diamond, known as Mike D (vocals, drums), Adam Horovitz known as Ad-Rock (vocals, guitar), and Michael Schwartz or Mix Master Mike (turntablist), and formerly Adam Yauch (d. 2012) known as MCA (vocals, bass).
we must realize
we do not live in a world of dead matter
but in the universe of living spirit
let us open our eyes to the secretiveness to the mother earth
while our eyes will be opened for us
Film clip for the Gotye song Somebody That I Used To Know, featuring Kimbra from the album Making Mirrors
Directed, produced and edited by Natasha Pincus
Body art by Emma Hack
Cinematographer and colourist: Warwick Field
Scenic artist: Howard Clark
Key grip: Rob Hansford
Assistants: Rose Cidoni, Claire Leighton, Rob Murray
Original artwork by Frank De Backer
Music video by Whitney Houston performing It’s Not Right But It’s Okay. (C) 1999 Arista Records Inc. From her fourth studio album My Love Is Your Love. Initially featured as the B-Side of “Heartbreak Hotel,” it became the album’s third single and peaked at #4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart on July 3, 1999.
The song is the first single released from their fourth full-length studio album 10,000 Days. Debuting on April 17, 2006. The seven-minute song entered the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart at #2. It received a nomination for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards. The song features a 5/4 riff and describes the vicarious thrill the public receives from living through others in the media eye.
A great performance of No Woman No Cry from Bob Marley. Bob Marley & The Wailers playing No Woman No Cry live at Amandla Festival – Harvard Stadium, Boston MA 07/21/1979. This was one of Bob’s unique shows because was before the geginning of the Survival 1979 tour.