Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffalo - Pigmy
Miles Davis - Bemsha Swing
Allen Toussaint - What Is Success? (live 1975)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d91xE5d … 91xE5dkRho
Babbling Brooks wrote:
for the record, that was Hailu Mergia & Dahlak Band's "Sintayehu," and it is indeed a belter, nice one Bop, thanks!
don't be afraid, it's just a 23-minute-long Playing in the Band from 1973
Grateful Dead - Playing In The Band [Live at Boston Music Hall, November 30, 1973]
Count Ossie & Leslie Butler - Soul Drums (Tip Top blank)
Nyabinghi rhythm from Count Ossie with Leslie Butler riffing on Frank Sinatra's cut of It Was A Very Good Year over the top - a Sonia Pottinger production from 1968
Serenaders - I'll Cry Tomorrow... might be my fave doo-wop song of all time, and that's saying a lot... If you don't listen to this song, you're wrong... If you do and you aren't tuned in to the crazy backing vocals, you're extra wrong...
MCM Geography Teacher wrote:
^Fats Comet - Stormy Weather
Doug Wimbish, Keith LeBlanc, Skip McDonald with Adrian Sherwood
Look at my hair, I like the design.
Talking Heads - Warning Sign (Recorded at Sun Plaza Concert Hall, Tokyo, Japan, February 27, 1981)
From the stunning double CD 2004 reissue of their 1982 live LP ‘The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads’. Beginning with Frantz’ opening drum break through to Adrian Belew’s magisterial feedback control this is a tour de force performance of a band at the peak of their power.
Original three piece TH ’75 demo is just as good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3HVf0-BIRE