It just doesn't get any cooler than this... A great blues record by the Rolling Stones titled Blue & Lonely, is a cover song record that gives tribute to some of their favorite blues influences... (see the music videos here)
But what also makes this album cool is this Mick Jagger interview by Naga Munchetty of BBC's Breakfast, where she pulls out a load of information that isn't normally so easily accessible... The multi-faceted women knows how to gets down to the nitty gritty with Mick Jagger, with grace & style.
All the questions and answers are what one would expect from greatness with a humble attitude. The final question by Naga is when she asks Jagger..."you have no regrets, do you?" and he says "I don't actually. No."
See the full interview between Naga and Mick Jagger below. Enjoy! GC
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Here is a stellar never officially released bootleg recording of Eric Clapton and Duane Allman from 1970. The Eric Clapton fan website, Where's Eric, noted the following about this jam:
"Tom Dowd is responsible for introducing Duane Allman and Eric Clapton. In 1970, Dowd was in the middle of recording the Allman Brother's second album, Idlewild South, when Eric's manager (Robert Stigwood) called to tell Tom that Eric would like to bring his new band, Derek and the Dominos, to Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida to record with him.Duane Allman & Eric Clapton 1970 - Studio Jams 1-6
Tom later recounted the phone call that began it all. Now when the call came I was in the studio with Duane. I said, Hey, that's a hot one, kid! That was Eric Clapton's management talking about him coming here to record. Allman looks at me and goes You mean the guy from Cream? Do you think he'd mind if I just came to watch. I told him, no problem.
Eric and the rest of the Dominos arrived at Criteria Studios in late August. During the first week, most of the studio time was spent jamming and piecing together new songs."
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This post was created on November 28, 2016 by Gregory J. Chamberlain, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for Indies Network
Since the late 1980's, Mazzy Star will forever be well known for their cult classic hit song titled Fade Into You. But like Jethro Tull and Led Zeppelin, there is nobody named Mazzy Star. The heavenly voice of the group was a beautiful Latina from East Los Angeles named Hope Sandoval. She has always had a special rare mystique.
Below is the lead single from Sandoval's latest and third solo album titled Under The Hunter, from her act now known as Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions. The song also features singer, songwriter, multi-
Connect direct with Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions at HopeSandoval.Com
The above video was directed by: Ben Smith & Tendril Tales. Digital art by Ben Smith. The director of photography and artist direction was by Robert Karns. Sculptures by Ron Sandoval (aka Ronaldo). The concept development was by Barry Bödeker
This post was created in November 20, 2016 by Gregory J. Chamberlain with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for Indies Network.
On May 11, 2014 MusicLoad featured Sia's music video to her song titled Chandelier (here), which featured an outstanding gifted 11 year old dancer named Maddie Ziegler.
This week, with a talented young troupe of dancers, Maddie, now at 13 years old, once again has the staring role in Sia's latest music video titled The Greatest. Just like in the Chandelier video, Sia does not appear anywhere in the video.
The song is the first single from from Sia's yet to be released album titled We Are Your Children. In association with Sia's personal record label Monkey Puzzle in an exclusive licensing arrangement with RCA Records, this is to be Sia's eighth studio album.
The Greatest music video was directed by Sia and Australian filmmaker and artist, Daniel Askill. Choreography was by Ryan Heffington. The song features Kendrick Lamar.
Connect direct with Sia at siamusic.net, twitter.com/sia, instagram.com/SiaThisIsActing and facebook.com/siamusic
Connect direct with Maddie Ziegler at facebook.com/maddieziegler, twitter.com/maddieziegler and instagram.com/maddieziegler
This post was created by Gregory J. Chamberlain on September 9, 2016 with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for Indies Network.
NPR's Tiny Desk Concert did a perfect job of capturing the purity of these three beautiful songs written and performed by Laura Marling. Such great music recorded like this is forever timeless and priceless no matter when it was done. With immense sensitivity, personal humility and a laser focus on the songs, she performs material from her third album titled A Creature I Don't Know. The songs are titled Don't Ask Me Why, Once and Sophia. Enjoy! GC
Connect direct with Laura Marling at LauraMarling.Com
* Laura Marling has recorded two albums since the above referenced album and is presently doing a Canadian and U.S. West Coast Tour in September - October 2016. Please see her site for more info and tickets.