A collection of bits and pieces from Damian
This is first example of a musician creating and playing over a loop on stage.
I don’t know if it s just me but I would rather listen to this raw live version than the actual track from the album .
I find myself a very late to the Sheeran party.
How good is this recording for a live performance on a cold windy roof?
This is really poor quality but I believe its the video that made Tommy famous on YouTube.
I have always kinda liked smooth jazz…and african musical Instruments…..and beatboxing. So this guy is perfect.
When Led Zeppelin got their Kennedy Center Honors in 2012, the band Heart did a cover of “Stairway” in front of them. Could have been a disaster but it was so good that Robert Plant was reduced to tears. (So was I TBH.)
I find Dr John very frustrating. I would buy every album he made if they were like this video. But they aren’t.
This feels like an important and historic event and probably would be if popular music did not become dominated by market driven sample loops.
I am deep into a George Harrison binge at the moment.
The fact that these guys were friends and used to play guitars and drink beers together make me really happy.
I found this video from a clip from QI were it was used for Alan Davies’ buzzer. Amazing player.
I don’t recommend looking up Victor Borge on YouTube. You will lose hours to it.
How can the band setting up behind this guy not hear what is he is doing.
I like it when an artist's live sound is the same as their recorded sound. It means the don't use a lot of studio tricks and embellishments to be good and this........this is crazy good.
I am pretty sure the bass player is Ron Carter as in THE Ron Carter
Just imagine being at this concert.
I had no idea who Dave Matthews was when I saw this performance on a 9/11 Telethon broadcast.
This clip is very, very weird. But holy crap....it's on par with anything Parliament-Funkadelic ever did.
I feel this would be slightly better if the drummer was playing on PVC buckets.
my favourite thing on Youtube.
I can't tell you why I like this so much. Its something about the level of eccentricity involved.
I sometimes find myself showing interesting Youtube clips to people. I always include one from Reggie.
Neil Finn's son and Jimmy Barnes' daughter make a pretty good rock band just by themselves.
So good you suspect it must be faked somehow.
When a band has been together for long enough, they can play laid-back and loose and still be tight.
I am not ashamed to admit it. I love Duo de Twang.
My favourite David Byrne song is "You & Eye" and I finally found a video of him performing it live.
You can tell this guy has listened to a ton of Paul Simon. Captures the feel perfectly.
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