Blue Songs is the second studio album by American electronic music band Hercules and Love Affair, released on January 28, 2011 by Moshi Moshi Records. The album features guest appearances from Bloc Party's Kele Okereke on the song "Step Up," and also includes vocal contributions from Kim Ann Foxman, Aerea Negrot and Shaun Wright. The song "It's Alright" is a cover of the Pet Shop Boys' 1988 song of the same name, originally recorded and released by Sterling Void and Paris Brightledge in 1987.
100 Greatest Bruce Springsteen Songs of All Time. An expert panel of writers and artists pick Springsteen’s best songs, from Rosalita to Wrecking Ball. Max Weinberg said they originally cut the song sort of like the Ramones would have, but they eventually settled on a folkier vibe, built around a horn riff borrowed from Johnny Cash‘s Ring of Fire. The album’s opening track set the tone: Radio Nowhere rides waves of guitar noise in a place of isolation and hunger. Its desperate energy locked into feelings of Bush-era helplessness and rage.
Some feel he peaked in 1975 with Born to Run, while others prefer the stark sound of Nebraska and still others love the personal tone of Tunnel of Love. The songs were written before the Occupy Wall Street movement began, but they voice much of the same anger towards Wall Street greed. This is as direct a record as I ever made," Springsteen tells Rolling Stone. Bruce Springsteen knew that it was virtually impossible to top Born in the USA with a bigger album, so he didn't even try. Instead, he took a couple years off and returned with an intensely personal album about a failing relationship.
Live at the Fillmore East (1971) - The Allman Brothers Band 48. Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs (1970) - Derek & The Dominos 49. Imagine (1971) - John Lennon 50. Wish You Were Here (1975) - Pink Floyd 5. Fleetwood Mac (1975) - Fleetwood Mac 100. Darkness On The Edge Of Town (1978) - Bruce Springsteen. 101. Damn The Torpedoes (1979) - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers 102. Rust Never Sleeps (1979) - Neil Young & Crazy Horse 103.
The result, Shades of Blue, is really more of a Yesterdays New Quintet album, but Madlib's name is far more recognizable then his alter ego and faux-supergroup, YNQ. So, Shades of Blue features Madlib interpreting and remixing Blue Note classics such as Wayne Shorter's "Footprints" and Gene Harris' "The Look of Slim" (remixed here as "Slim's Return")
Hey Blue Eyes" - American Beauty EP. 283. "My Lucky Day" - Working on a Dream. 282. "Missing" - The Essential Bruce Springsteen. 281. "Dry Lightning" - The Ghost of Tom Joad. 280. "Trouble River" - 18 Tracks. This "Human Touch" outtake sounds like, well, a "Human Touch" outtake. They just, sort of, are. Lots of outtakes and album filler from lesser records here. 250. "He's Guilty (The Judge song)" - Chapter and Verse. 249. "All or Nothin' At All" - Human Touch. 248. "Long Time Comin'" - Devils & Dust. 247. "Loose Change" - Tracks. 246. "The Time That Never Was" - The Ties That Bind: The River Collection. 245. "City Of Night" - The Promise.
Blue Note is an iconic jazz label, so it only makes sense to put together a list of the greatest Blue Note albums. Find out what’s on our list here. However, to become a major brand, and remain so, it can only be achieved with quality music and the thousands of Blue Note albums down the years attest to this fact. They may not all be to your ear or the kind of music you like, but it’s impossible not to acknowledge the sheer quality of the recordings listed her. nd for the vast majority of those that failed to make the cut.
This album displays Trane’s spiritual awakening and the start of his ultimate quest to reconnect with the divine. It's one of the most powerful, transcendent songs ever. Another stone-cold classic from the best jazz album (Kind of Blue) of all time. Never to be duplicated, this is jazz at its highest form. Interesting Facts: Davis employed Wynton Kelly as the pianist for this track. The name may have been inspired by Red Skelton’s character, "Freddie the Freeloader," who is a hobo clown. Stanley Jordan honored Davis by recording a version of it for his 1985 album Magic Touch. 7. Psalm – John Coltrane. Years Active: 1945–1967. Great Albums: Blue Train, Giant Steps. Associated Acts: Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis Quintet, Eric Dolphy