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March 15, 2007

Intermission

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/Z aka mrdantefontana

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '88 - The Look of Love


In a concert in Ontario, Canada in 1980. Singers: Gracinha Leporace, Carol Rogers and Marietta Waters.

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Hues Corporation - Rock The Boat


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Ed Kuepper - Also Sprach The King Of Euro Disco


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Jona Lewie - Louise


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AC/DC - Let There Be Rock: The Movie

"Let There Be Rock: The Movie is a live double CD by the hard rock band AC/DC, released as discs 2-3 of the Bonfire box set in 1997 (see 1997 in music).

The album was recorded live at The Pavillon in Paris, France on 9 December 1979. A motion picture of this concert, entitled AC/DC: Let There Be Rock, was released theatrically and on videotape in 1980 (see 1980 in music). However, the movie does not contain the performance of "T.N.T." included on this album, while the album does not contain the band interviews found on the film.

Though this album shares a name with AC/DC's fourth studio album, Let There Be Rock, it also includes live versions of songs from High Voltage (Australian), T.N.T., Powerage, and Highway to Hell. The cover used on discs 2-3 of the Bonfire box set featured similar cover art to that used on the international and current Australian editions of the Let There Be Rock album, and on the movie poster and videotape package of AC/DC: Let There Be Rock. " (Quoted from Wikipedia Entry)


Tracks:
"Live Wire"
"Shot Down In Flames"
"Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be"
"Sin City"
"Walk All Over You"
"Bad Boy Boogie"
"The Jack"
"Highway to Hell"
"Girls Got Rhythm"
"High Voltage"
"Whole Lotta Rosie"
"Rocker"
"Let There Be Rock"


Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6 - Part 7 - Part 8 - Part 9 - Part 10 - Part 11 - Part 12 - Part 13 - Part 14 - Part 15

Cerrone - Supernature

Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth - The Shorty George


"From 'You Were never Lovelier' (1942). Music by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Hayworth is dubbed by Nan Wynn"

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March 12, 2007

Iggy Pop - I got a right


From TopPop, Dutch Tv 1977


People just don't lip-sync like that anymore.

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Taj Mahal - Fishin' Blues


Live, Early 70s

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KISS - Flaming Youth


Live rehearsal from New Jersey 1976

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Hard-Ons and Henry Rollins - Let there be rock


AC/DC cover

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Kenny Rogers & the First Edition - Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)


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Dorothty Dandridge with Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Whatcha Say?

From the 1945 comedy movie 'Pillow to Post'.


Jimmy Dickens - When the Ship Hit the Sand


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Buddy Guy - Louise McGhee


Live

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The Leaves - Dr. Stone


"Hot Rock group The Leaves are playing at the bar when Cliff Donner shows up and ends up singing a rock n' roll version "Birth of the Blues" with them later. "

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Miles Davis - Hannibal


on Night Music

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March 11, 2007

Swede Week: The Soundtrack of Our Lives - Sister Surround


Live, The Late Night with David Letterman.

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Swede Week: The Hellacopters - (Gotta get some action) NOW!


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Swede Week: Heavy Load - Heavy Metal Angels (in Metal And Leather)

Heavy Load (1976-1988), pioneers of Swedish metal. I said pioneers. I didn't say masters or heroes.


this is from the 1982 album 'Death or Glory'. Enjoy. If you can.



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Swede Week: Greta - Jolly Bob från Aberdeen

"92-year old rapartist Greta from Sweden performs her own version of a swedish song called "Jolly Bob från Aberdeen"."



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Swede Week: Claes-Göran Hederström - Det Börjar Verka Kärlek, Banne Mej

"Det Börjar Verka Kärlek, Banne Mej" = "It starts to feel like love, damn it"


And, here it is! Probably the best song from Sweden to qualify to Eurovision Song Contest. Yes, actually much better than Waterloo. This was in 1968.

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Swede Week: The Ark - The Worrying Kind

I have blogged this song before, but since it won melodifestivalen (the Swedish qualifications for Eurovision Song Contest) yesterday I post it once more. The song isn't that great. The verse is really good and glammy - but the chorus doesn't really take off. But the performance is better than most artists in this contest. We may have a winner.


This clip is from the semi finals: