zaterdag 21 juli 2018

Ry Cooder feat.The HamilTones - I Can,t Win

On a recent tour stop at The Playhouse in Danbury CT, legendary guitarist Ry Cooder took the stage with The Hamiltones. The song they performed is called "I Cant Win" from Cooder's eighth studio album Bop Til You Drop released in 1979

dinsdag 17 juli 2018

Graham Nash - Amsterdam (14 July - 2018)

                                               Live at the AmsterdamBostheater

           Shane Fontayne                Graham Nash                                                        Todd Caldwell.

 Het Amsterdamse Bostheater bleek de ideale prachtige locatie voor het optreden van Graham Nash en zijn vrienden.Ook de af en toe laag overvliegende vliegtuigen konden de pret niet drukken.Graham kan putten uit een uigebreid repertoir,van The Hollies,natuurlijk CSN&Y.en eigen werk.Tussendoor mooie anekdotes over Crosby en het toeren met CSN &Y.en dat allemaal met die karakterstieke stem waar totaal geen sleet op zit.
Een mooie zwoele zomeravond in het Amsterdamse bos.
Hieronder de setlist..

1 Wasted On The Way (Crosby,Still & Nash song) filmed by info4allat

 "Wasted on the Way" is a 1982 song by American folk rock band Crosby, Stills & Nash, featuring harmony vocals by Timothy B. Schmit. It was their first top 10 hit in five years, and peaked at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts in August 1982.[1] On the Adult Contemporary chart, "Wasted on the Way" was the group's biggest hit on the chart, peaking at number two for five weeks.[2] It appeared on the band's 1982 album Daylight Again. The B-side was the David Crosby composition "Delta".

2 Marrakesh Express    (Crosby,Still & Nash song)

 “Marrakesh Express” is a song written by Graham Nash and performed by the band Crosby, Stills and Nash (CSN). It was first released in May 1969 on the self-titled album, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and released on a 45-RPM single in July of the same year, with another CSN song, "Helplessly Hoping,"[1] as its backing side. The single reached No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100 on August 23, 1969.[2] It reached the same position on the Easy Listening chart.[3]

 3 Bus Stop (The Hollies) filmed by Arthur

 Bus Stop is the fourth U.S. album by the British pop band the Hollies, released on Imperial Records in mono (LP-9330) and rechanneled stereo (LP-12330) in October 1966. It features songs ranging from both sides of the band's then-current hit single to material recorded in the Hollies' early days on the UK's Parlophone Records in 1963, 1964 and 1965. The song "Oriental Sadness" had previously been issued in the U.S. on the Hollies' album Beat Group! earlier in 1966.

4 I used to be a King (Graham Nash song)

 Songs for Beginners is British singer-songwriter Graham Nash's debut solo studio album, released in May 1971, and one of four high-profile albums released by each partner of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the wake of their chart-topping Déjà Vu album of 1970. It peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, and the single "Chicago" made it to No. 35 on the Billboard Hot 100. It has been certified a gold record by the RIAA.[4]

5 Immigration Man (Crosby & Nash song) filmed by Arthur

 "Immigration Man" is a song written by Graham Nash and recorded by David Crosby and Graham Nash, released as a single in March 1972. It was the lead single for the duo's debut album, Graham Nash David Crosby. It peaked at #36 on the Billboard Hot 100, and is their only Top 40 hit as a duo.

6 Sleep  Song

7 Myself at last

 This Path Tonight is the new studio album and collection of 10 original songs from Graham Nash. Produced by Shane Fontayne, this is Nash's first solo record of new music in fourteen years. The album is one of reflection and transition of a singer-songwriter whose career (the Hollies, CSN, CSNY) has spanned more than five decades and counting.

8 Military Madness   filmed by info4allat 

 “Military Madness” helped to get a lot of things off my chest. England had been bombed by the Germans, and when I moved to America I realized that the same issues were going on in Vietnam. The battle was raging, and I wanted to say something about the madness of the military agenda waging preemptive war – which is what happened later in Iraq and Afghanistan.(Graham Nash)

9 To the last Whale  A Critical Mass B Wind on the Water

 Wind on the Water is the second album by Crosby & Nash, released on ABC Records in 1975. Cassette and 8-track tape versions of the album were distributed by Atlantic Records, to which Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young were signed. It peaked at #6 on the Billboard 200 album chart and was certified gold by the RIAA.[2] Three singles were released from the album, "Carry Me," "Take the Money and Run," and "Love Work Out," of which only the first charted, peaking at #52 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.[3]

10 A  Day in the Live (The Beatles cover) filmed by Ruby Tuesday

                                         11 Right Between The Eyes

 Over The Years… highlights songs from the iconic CSN debut album (“Marrakesh Express”) and its successor album Déjà Vu, for which Neil Young joined forces with CSN (“Our House” and “Teach Your Children”) as well as songs from subsequent CSN albums (“Just A Song Before I Go” and “Wasted On The Way”). In addition, the collection highlights songs that Nash recorded for his 1971 solo debut, Songs For Beginners, including “Military Madness” and “Simple Man,” and includes unreleased mixes for two other songs from that album: “Better Days” and “I Used To Be King.” The most recent recording on the compilation is “Myself At Last” from Nash’s 2016 solo album This Path Tonight.

 12 Lady of the Island   filmed by Arthur

 "Lady of the Island" is a folk song written by Graham Nash in the late 1960s. The song appears on Crosby, Stills & Nash's critically acclaimed, self-titled debut album. The song is notable for taking its inspiration from fellow folk musician Joni Mitchell, with whom Nash was romantically involved at the time. Although the album contains another love song to Mitchell, David Crosby's "Guinnevere", Nash told Mojo magazine in April 2009 that this potentially tricky situation did not create any problems. He explained: "The way that we went about our lives did not entail jealousy and it didn't entail raging about somebody being with somebody else's woman. Me and David and Joan didn't think anything of it, that's for sure.

13 Just a song before i Go     filmed by info4allat 

 "Just a Song Before I Go" is a song by Crosby, Stills and Nash that appeared on the 1977 album CSN. It was also released as a single and reached number seven on the Billboard singles charts, becoming the band's highest charting hit. It is also one of the band's shortest songs, with a running time of only 2:14. In Canada, it peaked at number 10.
The song was written by Graham Nash about leaving loved ones behind before going on a concert tour. It was written in Hawaii in about 20 minutes at the piano while Nash and Leslie Morris were staying with a friend, waiting for the rain to stop before leaving the house. The opening line came from the question: "You've got half an hour, why don't you just write a song before you go?"[1]

14   4+20   filmed by Arthur
 Déjà Vu is the second album by trio Crosby, Stills & Nash, and their first as a quartet with Neil Young. It was released in March 1970 by Atlantic Records, catalogue SD 7200. It topped the pop album chart for one week and generated three Top 40 singles: "Woodstock", "Teach Your Children", and "Our House". It was re-released in 1977 as SD-19188 and the cover was changed from black to brown. In 2003, the album was ranked #148 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Certified septuple platinum by RIAA, the album's sales currently sit at over 8 million copies. It remains the highest-selling album of each member's career to date.

                                    15 Golden Days - 16 Missippi Burning -17 Back Home

This Path Tonight is the new studio album and collection of 10 original songs from Graham Nash. Produced by Shane Fontayne, this is Nash's first solo record of new music in fourteen years. The album is one of reflection and transition of a singer-songwriter whose career (the Hollies, CSN, CSNY) has spanned more than five decades and counting.

                                             18 Orleans
 If I could only remember my name is het eerste soloalbum van de Amerikaanse zanger David Crosby. Atlantic Records bracht het uit in februari 1971, een periode waarin zijn groep Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young na een lange tournee een pauze inlaste. Elk groepslid nam in 1970/1971 een soloalbum op: Crosby met If I could only remember my name, Neil Young met After the gold rush, Graham Nash met Songs for beginners en Stephen Stills met Stephen Stills. Op het album van Crosby spelen ook Nash en Young bij enkele liedjes mee.

                                            19 Cathedral

CSN is the fifth album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, released on Atlantic Records in 1977. It is the group's third studio release, and their first since their debut album without Neil Young. It peaked at #2 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart; two singles taken from the album, Nash's "Just a Song Before I Go" and Stills' "Fair Game" peaked at #7 and #43 respectively on the Billboard Hot 100. It is currently the trio configuration's best selling record, outselling 1969's Crosby, Stills & Nash by 200,000 copies.[4] It has been certified quadruple platinum by RIAA.[5]

20 Our House (Deja Vu) filmed by Arthur

 Our house is a song by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young written by Graham Nash. They released it in 1970 on a single with Carry on on the B-side. In addition, it appeared that year on the album Déjà vu.

21 Chicago

 "Chicago" (often listed as "Chicago / We Can Change the World") is a song written by Graham Nash for his solo debut Songs for Beginners. As a single, it reached number 35 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and 29 on the Cash Box Top 100.[1] It is his highest charting single. In Canada, "Chicago" peaked at number 19.[2] The song also made the Dutch Charts in 1971, peaking at number 5.


22 Every Day (Buddy Holly cover)

23 Teach Your Children
  "Teach Your Children" is a song by Graham Nash. Although it was written when Nash was a member of the Hollies, it was never recorded by that group in studio (a live recording does exist), and first appeared on the album Déjà Vu by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young released in 1970.