vrijdag 27 september 2013

Van Morrison & Bob Dylan - More and More


Two of my all- time favorites ,Van& Bob ,together on one stage ,and they have fun!!


More and More (Merle Kilgore)
The Theater At Madison Square Garden New York, NY, USA January 18, 1998
 Lineup: Van Morrison (Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar) Georgie Fame (Hammond Organ, Vocals) Geoff Dunn (Drums) Matt Holland (Trumpet) Ronnie Johnson (Electric Guitar) Nicky Scott (Electric Bass, Vocals) Pee Wee Ellis (Saxophone, Vocals) Liam Bradley (Percussion) Brian Kennedy (Vocals)

dinsdag 24 september 2013

Van Morrison - Wild Children (1973)

More than 50 years of wonderful music and songs....

Van Morrison - Wild Children from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
Wild Children
Van het album "It,sToo Late To Stop Now" een van de mooiste live albums uit mijn verzameling.
The Caledonia Soul Orchestra.
Jef Labes-Piano/Organ,Dahaud Shaar-Drums,John Platania-Guitar,David Hayes-Bass,jack Schroer-Sax,Bill Atwood-Trumpet,Nathan Rubin,Tim Kovatch,Tom Halpin,Nancy Ellis-Violin,Terry Adams-Cello



zondag 22 september 2013

Aretha Franklin - Don.t Play That Song


Aretha Franklin - Dont Play that Song(You Lied) from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
"Don't Play That Song (You Lied)" is a song written by Ahmet Erteg√ľn and Betty Nelson and first recorded by soul singer Ben E. King. The title track on King's third album Don't Play That Song, it reached #2 on the U.S. R&B singles chart and #11 on the pop chart when released as a single on Atco Records in 1962 (see 1962 in music). Aretha Franklin covered the song for her twenty-first album, Spirit in the Dark, released on Atlantic Records. Her version, performed with the Dixie Flyers, was released as a single in 1970 (see 1970 in music) and peaked at #1 for five weeks on the R&B singles chart and #11 on the pop chart.[1] Franklin's version was certified gold with sales over a million copies. In the United Kingdom it reached #13. This was the first of two covers Franklin did of songs made popular by King. The other was her cover of "Spanish Harlem" in the 1971.

Willie Nelson - Superman!!


Willie Nelson - Superman from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.