zaterdag 13 juni 2015

Mark Knopfler(with The Nothing Hillbillies) - Wild Theme (Local Hero)

                                The Notting Hillbillies Bowl, Redcar, UK 17th May 1997
                                This was a charity concert for M.S. Therapy Centre Middlesbrough.

                                            Mark Knopfler: guitars and vocals
                                            Brendan Crocker:  guitars and vocals
                                            Steve Phillips : guitars and vocals
                                            Marcus Cliffe : bass
                                           Guy Fletcher : piano and keyboards
                                            Ed Bicknell : drums


Local Hero is the d├ębut soundtrack album by British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, released in March 1983 by Vertigo Records internationally, and by Warner Bros. Records in the United States. The album contains music composed for the 1983 film Local Hero, produced by David Puttnam and written and directed by Bill Forsyth.[1] In 1984, the album received a BAFTA award nomination for Best Score for a Film.[2]

vrijdag 12 juni 2015

Arthur,s Muziekverzameling C 201-205

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201 JJCale Naturally
(call me the breeze)





202 JJ Cale To Tulsa and Back
(birdssong)






203 JJ Cale The Very Best Of
(magnolia)






204 Calexico Feast of Wire
(sunken waltz)





205 Calexico Alone Again Or(Love Cover)

donderdag 11 juni 2015

"Wild Mountain Thyme"


Dick Gaughan, Emmylou Harris, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Rufus Wainwright, Aly Bain, Jay Ungar & Jerry Douglas

"Wild Mountain Thyme", also known as "Purple Heather" and "Will You Go Lassie, Go", is a folk song, written by William McPeake, a native of Belfast, Northern Ireland and first recorded by McPeake in 1957. It is often mistakenly believed to be a traditional song, but the copyright is held by English Folk Dance and Song Society Publications, who published it for McPeake. It was first recorded by Francis McPeake in 1957, and has since been covered by numerous artists.

words and music by Francis McPeake

Oh, the summer time is coming,
And the trees are blooming,
And the wild mountain thyme
Grows around the blooming heather.

Will you go, lassie, will you go?
And we'll all go together
To pull wild mountain thyme
All around the blooming heather,
Will you go, lassie, go?

I will build my love a bower
By yon clear and crystal fountain,
And all around the bower,
I'll pile flowers from the mountain.

If my true love, she won't have me,
I will surely find another
To pull wild mountain thyme
All around the blooming heather.

Oh, the summertime is coming
And thre trees are blooming
And the wild mountain thyme
Grows around the blooming heather.

dinsdag 9 juni 2015

The Band - Saturday Night Live (30 Okt.1976)


                          The Band appeared on SNL just a few months before The Last Waltz was filmed.

                                           Life is a carnaval
"Life is a Carnival" is the opening track of The Band's fourth album, Cahoots. Written by Rick Danko, Levon Helm, and Robbie Robertson, the song features horn arrangements by New Orleans musician Allen Toussaint.

 "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" is a song by The Band, recorded in 1969 and released on their self-titled second album. Joan Baez's cover of the song was a top-five chart hit in late 1971.


                 
 "Stage Fright" is the title track of the Band's third album, Stage Fright. It features Rick Danko on lead vocals and was written by Robbie Robertson.According to author Barney Hoskyns, Robertson originally intended it to be sung by Richard Manuel but it became clear that the song was better suited to Danko's "nervous, tremulous voice.






Richard George Manuel (April 3, 1943 – March 4, 1986) was a Canadian composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the pianist, regular lead singer, and occasional drummer of the Band. Manuel took part in both the original incarnation of the group from 1967 to 1976, and the second incarnation from 1983 until his death.



Eric Garth Hudson (born August 2, 1937) is a Canadian multi-instrumentalist. As the organist, keyboardist and saxophonist for Canadian-American rock group The Band, he was a principal architect of the group's unique sound. Hudson has been called "the most brilliant organist in the rock world"[1][2] by Keyboard magazine.




 

 Mark Lavon "Levon" Helm (May 26, 1940 – April 19, 2012)[1] was an American rock and Americana musician and actor who achieved fame as the drummer and regular lead vocalist for the Band. Helm was known for his deeply soulful, country-accented voice, multi-instrumental ability, and creative drumming style highlighted on many of the Band's recordings, such as "The Weight", "Up on Cripple Creek", and "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down".


 






Richard Clare "Rick" Danko (December 29, 1943 – December 10, 1999) was a Canadian musician, bassist, songwriter and singer, best known as a member of The Band.






Robbie Robertson, OC (born Jaime Royal Robertson; July 5, 1943)[1] is a Canadian-American singer-songwriter and guitarist best known for his work as lead guitarist and primary songwriter within The Band.[2]

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By 1976, Robbie Robertson was weary of touring. After having to cancel tour dates due to Richard Manuel suffering a severe neck injury in a boating accident in Texas,[citation needed] Robertson urged the Band to retire from touring, and conceived of a massive "farewell concert" known as The Last Waltz. The event was held, following an appearance on Saturday Night Live on October 30, on Thanksgiving Day of 1976 at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, California,[30] and featured a horn section with arrangements by Allen Toussaint and a stellar list of guests, including other Canadian acts Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. Two of the guests were fundamental to the Band's existence and growth: Ronnie Hawkins and Bob Dylan. Other guests they admired (and in most cases had worked with before) included Muddy Waters, Dr. John, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Ronnie Wood, Bobby Charles, Neil Diamond, and Paul Butterfield. The concert was recorded by Robertson's friend, filmmaker Martin Scorsese. (Wikipedia)








maandag 8 juni 2015

Too Long In Exile (Van Morrison) Release 8 June 1993

Too Long in Exile is the twenty-second studio album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, released in 1993 (see 1993 in music) as his first album on Polydor Records, a sister label to his previous label Mercury Records. It was one of Morrison's most commercially successful albums in years, due in part to a cover of "Gloria", one of his own songs originally recorded by Them.



Van Morrison- Moody,s Mood For Love (album Too Long In Exile)
VanMorrison -Lead Vocal   Georgie Fame -Hammond Organ/Vocals    Ronnie Johnson -Guitar
Nicky Scott - Bass    Geoff Dunn-Drums     Teena Lyle-Vibes/Vocals

Van Morrison & Kings Pleasure Moody,s Mood For Love
http://arthurfromholland.blogspot.nl/2012/10/van-morrison-and-king-pleasures-moodys.html