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December 23, 2006

Bob Dylan - Things Have Changed

Herbie Mann, Dave Valentin with Tito Puente - Jungle Fantasy


Added by watchagonnadu
(via Bifurcated Rivets)

Jeru The Damaja - You can't stop the prophet


Added by angrymidget2006

RUN-DMC - You Talk Too Much


Added by elconquistador69

Otis Rush - I`Cant Quit You Baby


Added by rudseng

Curtis Mayfield - We the People Who Are Darker Than Blue (Live)


Added byoonride

Duke Ellington - Afro Bosso


"During a performance of the Duke Ellington in 1965 we hear the Duke presenting one of his recent compositions "Afro Bosso". Drummer Sam Woodyard sets the pattern and there is ample room for all of Ellington's star musicians. One notices back in the trumpet section Duke's son Mercer. He would would lead his father's band after Duke's death in 1974"
Added by boberwig

Prince - Kiss


Prince-kiss
Uploaded by djoik

Mandrill - Hang Loose


On Soul Train
Added by shockg

Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Up Above My Head


Added by comehome

The Seeds - Mr Farmer


On "Where The Action Is", 1966
Added by RockCityAnger

December 15, 2006

Muddy Waters & Willie Dixon - Hoochie Coochie Man


"Muddy Waters singing with the composer of this song, Willie Dixon, Hoochie Coochie Man. Junior Wells on harp, Johnny Winter and Mike Bloomfield on guitar."
Added by bluesplayer89

December 9, 2006

Roland Kirk - Lover Man


"In a little restaurant in Amersfoort, Holland, Roland Kirk was recorded with the Swiss trio of pianist George Gruntz in 1959 by the KRO broadcasting company"
Added by boberwig

December 6, 2006

Tone-Loc - Wild Thing


Added by Luiscmck80s

The Reverend Horton Heat - One Time For Me


Added by SupremeLoveGod

Coleman Hawkins - I wish that I was Twins


"... We now see the 1935 performance of Coleman Hawkins announcing and playing two full chorusses of "I wish I were Twins". This was a tune recorded and made popular by Fats Waller in 1934 and Coleman gave it his best with Leo de la Fuente on piano. I think this is a most unique piece of early jazz history on film."
Added by boberwig

Little Marcy


Little Marcy, from "Learning To Do God's Work".
Added by visualguidance
(via Fudgeland)

December 3, 2006

Jona Lewie: You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties [x 2: TOTP + TROS TOP 50 ND 'DISCO PLANET']


Jona Lewie - You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties
[totp]
Kirsty MacColl at back


Jona Lewie - You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties
TROS Top 50 'Disco Planet,' The Netherlands
i bet he was banging the singer in red. she was giving him that come to bed look. she should be so lucky - he's an arse dunker - strictly young men.
I DON'T KNOW IF HE'S AN 'ARSE DUNKER', BUT THOSE ARE TWO OF THE SEXIEST BACKUPS THIS ED'S SEEN IN A WHILE, AND WHAT A FANTASTIC VERSION - [::]

Incredible String Band - The Half Remarkable Question / Painting Box


Added by visualguidance
(via Music For Your Eyes)

Dick Wellstood & Dick Hyman - Thou Swell


At the first Bern International Jazz Festival in 1986
Added by boberwig

The Shangri-Las - Right Now And Not Later


Added by matti999

Three Times Dope - Funky Dividends


Added by disconnexionsdotcom

The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band - The Monster Mash

Roky Erickson - When You Get Delighted


Added by visualguidance
(via Music For Your Eyes)

Mariska Veres - Hazamegyek Budapestre


Added by spaceship010

December 2, 2006

Gershon Kingsley - Popcorn


"Gershon Kingsley's " Popcorn " is one of the worlds most recognisable tunes ...not bad going for a man who penned the track in two minutes.! ! ..... It was recorded in 1969 for Kingsley's solo album " Music To Moog By " http://www.virginmegastores... which saw Kingsley pioneering the use of Dr. Moog's early synthesizer.....Hot Butter released a more up-tempo version of Popcorn in 1972 . This became an instant hit across the world, and has the distinct title ot being The Worlds First Commercially Successful "Synthesizer" Record, WOW !!......Just as the name Moog is connected to Synthesizer...so too is Kingsley to Electronica......N.B While nearly 100 cover versions of Popcorn have been released over the years( i have 37 ),the funniest if not most impressive, has to be by a bearded man with a rubber-band..."
Added by TONYM2M2
(via Otomano)

December 1, 2006

Blue Oyster Cult - Joan Crawford


Added by VideoguySAT

Black Sabbath - Trashed

LaVern Baker - Jim Dandy Got Married / Let's Play The Game of Love


May 1957
Added by innercalm

Muddy Waters - Blow Wind Blow


live in 1977
Added by bluesplayer89

November

Vicious Beat Posse - Give The People What They Want


Lionel Hampton Orchestra - Vibes Boogie


Laibach - Anglia


Goran Bregovic - So Nevo Si (Erkekler, Ya Rayah)


Sukho - Quiet Village


Seksu Roba - Intersexual Overdrive


Willie Dixon - Sittin' And Cryin' The Blues


Abdel Halim Hafez - Bokrah We Baadoh


Air - Don't Be Light


Chet Atkins - Dark Eyes


Lenny Breau - Georgia On My Mind


Vanessa and the O's - Charlie Charlie


Helen Humes - I Can't Believe You're in Love with Me


Undisputed Truth - Boogie Bump Boogie


Raspberries - Go All The Way


GG Allin and the Jabbers - Live Fast, Die Fast


The Violents - Alpens Ros


AC DC - Rock n' Roll Damnation


The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Bellbottoms


Furry Lewis - Furry Lewis Rag / Going to Brownsville, and more.


George Jones - Tall Tall Trees


Echo and The Bunnymen - Ocean Rain


L.L. Cool J - I Need Love


Bob Dylan - Hurricane


Billy Idol - White Christmas


Billy Idol - Jingle Bell Rock


Tim Hardin - If I Were A Carpenter


Grace Jones - La vie en Rose


Johnny Crawford - If You Don't Work You Don't Eat


Jacques Dutronc - Les Playboys


KISS - Ladies Room


Kraftwerk - The Telephone Call


Hansje - Silex Pistols Piew Piew


Siouxsie and the Banshees - Arabian Knights


The Saints - Lipstick On Your Collar


Stereolab - Les Yper Sound


Dr Feelgood - She Does It Right


Denny Blaze - The Avarage Homeboy


Blodwyn Pig - See My Way


Sunblock - Ill Be Ready


The Band - Up On Cripple Creek


Thin Lizzy - Bad Reputation


Four Tops - I Can´t Help Myself


Bill Haley - Shake Rattle and Roll


Freddie King - Funny Bone


Lightnin' Hopkins - Questionaire Blues


Nina Simone - Zungo


The Count Five - Piece of Mind


My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult - Sex on Wheelz


Nina Simone - Four women / Save me


Dave Brubeck - St Louis Blues


Jerry Lee Lewis - No One But Me


Jerry Lee Lewis and Neil Young - You Don't Have To Go


Amanda Lear - Queen Of Chinatown


KISS - 100.000 Years


Van Halen - You Really Got Me


Thin White Rope - Red Sun


Nina Hagen - Smack Jack


Freddie King - Blues Band Shuffle


Afrika Bambaataa - Planet Rock


The Ramones - The KKK Took My Baby Away


R. Stevie Moore - Jesus Rocks


Devo - Uncontrollable Urge


Johnny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down


Robert Gordon & Link Wray - Red Hot


Deep Purple - No No No


YMCK - Magical 8bit Tour


Errol Garner - My Silent Love


Womack & Womack - Teardrops


Pointer Sisters - Automatic


Robyn Hitchcock & the Egyptians - Raymond Chandler Evening


Freddie King - Goin' Down


Johnny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down (much much better fan version)


Sparks - Perfume (On Gilmore Girls)


Sonic Youth - Kool Thing


Abdul Hassan & Orchestra - Arabian Affair


R.L. Burnside - Just Like A Woman


Brigitte Bardot & Manitas de Plata - Une soirée flamenco à Saint-Tropez


Perry Como & Andrew Sisters - Hey Good Lookin'


Carter Family - Hearts Of Stone


Herbie Hancock & The Rockit Band - Rockit


Julian Cope - Sunspots (live)


Tav Falco's Panther Burns - Rock Me Baby


Bing Crosby (& Grace Kelly) - True Love


Zoogz Rift - Heart Attack


Herbie Hancock - Canteloupe Island


Deep Purple and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (In 1969)


Ruth Brown - Teardrops From My Eyes


Ultramagnetic MCs - Traveling At The Speed Of Thought


Ike Cole - Nat "King" Cole Medley


Sonny Boy Williamson - Keep It To Yourself


Chet Atkins - Mr Sandman


Pipettes - ABC (live)


Sonny Rollins - Weaver of Dreams


George Clinton - Get Up For The Down Stroke


Otis Reading - Satisfaction


Ciccone Youth - Macbeth


Rat Pack - Birth of the Blues


Robert Jr. Lockwood - Every Day I Have The Blues


Big Joe Turner - Shake, Rattle & Roll


The Sweet - Blockbuster


James Booker - Malaguena


Raffaella Carra - Hay que venir al Sur


Anita O'Day - Sweet Georgia Brown


Frank Sinatra - Last Night When We Were Young


Taj Mahal & Corey Harris - Sittin' on top of the world


Hound Dog Taylor & The Houserockers - Taylor's Rock


R. Stevie Moore - Column 88


Shazzy - Keep It Flowin'


Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Gonna move across the river


Celia Cruz - Pinar del rio


ABBA - Kisses Of Fire


Fairport Convention - Dirty Linen


Splogman - In my spaceship


Jaye P. Morgan - My Baby Just Cares for Me


Memphis Slim - Rockin' The House


Eric Mingus and Gary Lucas - Oh Death Where Is Thy Sting


Kraftwerk - Radio-activity


Chemical Brothers - Hey Boy Hey Girl


DEVO - Whip It (on "Fridays")


Richard & Linda Thompson - Lonely Hearts


Thelonious Monk - Rhythm-a-ning


Shonen Knife - Redd Kross


Thor - Keep The Dogs Away


(Kids From) Fame - HI-FIDELITY


Roy Milton & June Richmond - Hey Lawdy Mama


Sun Ra and Arkestra - Space is the Place

November 28, 2006

November 27, 2006

Memphis Slim - Rockin' The House


Added by bluesplayer89

Jaye P. Morgan - My Baby Just Cares for Me


"Jaye P. Morgan appears in a 1958 Art Ford Jazz Party. An interesting part of this performance is to watch the intense playing of drummer Gene Krupa behind her. ..."
Added by boberwig

November 16, 2006

Abdul Hassan & Orchestra - Arabian Affair


"This obscure instrumental 'belly-dance' track made it to #4 in Holland in 1978. From German Tv."
Added by spaceship010

Sonic Youth - Kool Thing


Added by ricaah

Sparks - Perfume


Short clip. On Gilmore Girls (? ....)
Added by sparksusa
(via anders larsson i uppsala)

Johnny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down (much much better)

"So I made this video in honor of the native american people whom suffered at the hands of the church and the residential school. While the ... all » official video has some big names.. like iggy pop, sheryl crow, kid rock, bono etc.. the stars of this video are all dead.

Johnny Cash was a great man and had a lot to say about the treatment of native americans."

Freddie King - Goin' Down


For Mr. J. Enjoy!
Added by Poser5k

Robyn Hitchcock & the Egyptians - Raymond Chandler Evening


Added by coueykid1

Pointer Sisters - Automatic


Automatic
Uploaded by Alex_Kidd

At Soul Train

Womack & Womack - Teardrops