The incredible Fuzz live with: This Time I Have A Reason. One of the bands that so I adore ☠️
Academy-Award-winning director Murray Lerner explores Ireland’s seminal rock band Taste with unseen footage from the trio’s now legendary performance at the Isle Of Wight Festival 1970. Featuring rare archive material, personal accounts and contributions from Brian May, The Edge, Sir Bob Geldof and Larry Coryell, the film takes us on a journey from Rory Gallagher’s musical beginnings through to the band’s implosion just before they hit the festival stage in front of several hundred thousand people. Taste and enjoy as Rory Gallagher on guitar, John Wilson on drums and Richard ‘Charlie’ McCracken on bass unleash one of the festival’s finest performances.
Dónal Gallagher, highly respected music producer, has dedicated his life to making sure his brother, Irish guitarist extraordinaire Rory Gallagher, is remembered for his huge contribution to music and his influence on a generation of musicians and fans alike. The iconic guitarist passed away 20 years ago this year, but his legacy, thanks to Dónal, lives on.
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard incredible performence live at the KEXP studio. Recorded October 11, 2017. They played a mind - blowing set of their latest album of five at that time in 2017: Murder of The Universe.
Welcome to an Altered Future
Han-Tyumi The Confused Cyborg
The Lord of Lightning
Altered Beast I
Alter Me I
Altered Beast II
Alter Me II
Altered Beast III
Alter Me III
Altered Beast IV
“Music’s for grooving man, and music’s not for puttin’ yourself through bad changes, y’know? I mean, you don’t have to go take anybody’s shit, man, just to like music, y’know what I mean? You don’t. So… so if you’re getting’ more shit than you deserve, you know what to do about it man. Y’know, it’s just music. Music’s… music’s s’posed to be different than that.” Janis Joplin
The Who playing live at the Isle of Wight festival 1970. They where one year and three months into their Tommy tour when they played their second engagement at the Isle of Wight Festival. As in 1970, they played most of their famous rock opera, which by this time was quite familiar to the festival crowd.
Artist Richard McCracken (Bass), John Wilson (Drums), Rory Gallagher (Guitar Vocals)
When Jimi Hendrix calls you the best guitarist in the world, it says something about your talent. This honor was bestowed on Taste guitarist and singer Rory Gallagher at the 1970 Isle Of Wight Festival. The band Taste, played one of their most legendary concerts there on August 28th of that year. "What's Going On - Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970" documents this performance and shows a rock band with an enormous stage presence in a new light and a new sound.
Originally formed in Cork, Ireland in 1966 by Rory Gallagher, Taste had a brief but influential career, releasing two studio albums in 1969 and 1970 and disbanding shortly after their legendary appearance at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival, which is the centerpiece of this film. "What's Going On' is based on the band's performance at the festival on August 28, but is embodied in a documentary about the history and importance of taste and setting the stage for their festival performance on the Isle of Wight. This includes contributions from Rory Gallagher's brother Donal along with Brian May (The Queen), Edge (U2), Bob Geldof and renowned guitarist Larry Coryell. Rory Gallagher will continue to enjoy a sensational and highly successful solo career.
1. What's Going On
2. Sugar Mama
3 Morning Sun
4. Gambling Blues
5. Sinner Boy
6. Same Old Story
7. Catfish Blues
What's Going On by Taste. Originally formed in Cork, Ireland in 1966 by Rory Gallagher, Taste had a brief but influential career, releasing two studio albums in 1969 and 1970 and disbanding shortly after their legendary appearance at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival. "What's Going On' is based on the band's performance at the festival on August 28, 1970.
The short life and career of Janis Joplin hardly detracts from her recognition of having one of the most beautiful voices in the history of music. Her Woodstock performance was described as incredible and strong and therefore I made a compilation of different live performances of Joplin. + some rare video material. Enjoy
Janis: Little Girl Blue is a 2015 American documentary film directed by Amy J. Berg, about the life and times of American singer-songwriter Janis Joplin.
The Incredible Osees Live In San Francisco!!
1. "I Come from the Mountain" 0:00
2. "The Dream" 3:16
3. "Tunnel Time" 8:33
4. "Tidal Wave" 11:05
5. "Web" (live) 14:15
6. "Man in a Suitcase" 19:16
7. "Toe Cutter Thumb Buster" 23:22
8. "Withered Hand" 28:01
9. "Sticky Hulks" (live) 31:28
10. "Gelatinous Cube" (live) - 39:00
11. "Contraption" (live) 42:49
An incredible perfomance of the one and only Janis Joplin. She is never forgotten.
I cannot get enough of Janis voice! Psych in it's purest forms. Big Brother and the Holding Company - Ball And Chain. Recorded Live: 8/16/1968 - San Francisco
A Pscyh album from Dusty Mush that will definitely destroy you!! I was walking among the fires of Hell, The invisible destruction that flies in the night of alien swamps, like torment and insanity. You can buy their music if you adore them! https://howlinbananarecords.bandcamp.com/album/s-t-ep
Joy Division were a post-punk band formed in 1976 in Manchester from an earlier congregation called Warsaw. They took their name from the prostitution wing of a Nazi concentration camp (actually from references in the novelized account of life in such a camp, House of Dolls), and the lyrics of their songs constantly detailed broken relationships and the futility of existence: the music was often suitably minor key and highly emotive. The line-up consisted of Ian Curtis (vocals and occasional guitar), Bernard Sumner (a.k.a. Albrecht, guitar), Peter Hook (bass) and Stephen Morris (drums). Throughout their relatively short lifespan, they released stark, rhythmic singles, at first independently and then on the Factory label (the myth propounded by late owner Tony Wilson that he signed them and Durutti Column in his own blood was no more than that; what is true, however, is that he invested £8,000 of his own money in the recording of their debut LP) and two LPs, Unknown Pleasures (1979) and Closer (released after Curtis's death in 1980).
Their proposed American tour was aborted after Curtis took his own life on May 18 1980, as Ian always had the wish to die, even before he was in a band, married, having an affair, before he became epileptic. Many of the songs he wrote contain references to his ill-fated life, and his widow Deborah had the line 'Love Will Tear Us Apart' engraved on his memorial stone. The band decided not to continue as Joy Division without him, and the remaining members subsequently formed New Order.
Joy Division recorded two sessions for Peel's programme, both in 1979, and both of which are available on The Complete BBC Recordings (Strange Fruit).
1. Recorded: 1979-01-31. First broadcast: 14 February 1979. Repeated: 05 April 1979, 31 July 1979, 23 June 1980, 01 September 1983 and 30 September 1986.
Exercise One / Insight / She's Lost Control / Transmission
2. Recorded: 1979-11-26. First broadcast: 10 December 1979. Repeated: 22 January 1980, 23 June 1980, 01 September 1983 and 04 February 1986.
Love Will Tear Us Apart / 24 Hours / Colony / Sound Of Music
Unknown Pleasures is the debut studio album by English New - Wave/Punk band Joy Division, released on 15 June 1979 by Factory Records. The album was recorded and mixed over three successive weekends at Stockport's Strawberry Studios in April 1979, and was produced by Martin Hannett, who incorporated a number of unconventional production techniques into the group's sound. The cover artwork was designed by artist Peter Saville, using a data plot of signals from a radio pulsar. It is the only Joy Division album released during lead singer Ian Curtis's lifetime.
A compilation of unreleased songs recorded between 2016 & 2017 and it is DRAGGS last release, the final nail in the coffin.The Dark Void.
Take me to the place where you go. Where nobody knows if it's day or night.
From Slime Street Records.
Support the artist if you like their music!!
The Jimi hendrix experience performing Voodoo Child - Slight Return, Live in Maui 1970 for the film: Rainbow Bridge. A new documentary: Music, Money, Madness, will be released this November 20th about the film and especially new footage, remastered of the mind-blowing performance! Can't wait!!
When Jimi Hendrix died September 18, 1970, it was a total shock. Millions had seen him perform, and many millions more listened to his music. He was… otherworldly. We clung to our copies of the early albums and to Band of Gypsys from New Year’s Eve 1969 and desperately hoped for more.
The first one arrived March 15, 1971, titled The Cry of Love. The name was perfect, and the music was even better. In November, a second album came out: Rainbow Bridge. The music on that one was great, too, with a really good look at where Hendrix was heading. Intriguingly, the cover also said ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUND TRACK. Did that mean there would be a movie… with Hendrix playing in it?
Well, yes, the movie Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color/Sound Experiement was released in 1972. And everyone who saw it will tell you that those are two hours they’ll never get back, minus the 17 minutes of Hendrix performing on the side of the Haleakala volcano in Maui. The “plot” was an inane attempt at being hip, if we’re being very, very kind. Hendrix had agreed to the project only with the thought of investing more in his Electric Lady studios in New York.
The deal was that Hendrix had played two sets on the afternoon of July 30, 1970. Because of recording difficulties and windy conditions, only those 17 minutes made it onto the film. And none of it was on the album! Drummer Mitch Mitchell had to overdub his performance due to technical issues, not the least of which were magnetic fields in the vicinity playing havoc with the recording equipment.
Finally, a documentary entitled Music, Money, Madness … Jimi Hendrix In Maui will bring the video of the July 30th sets to us for the first time. The film is due for a November 20 release, and there will be an accompanying album as well called Live In Maui. The documentary also contains both afternoon sets and the album.