They're not all good, but I do like #1, "Stuck Between Stations".
Hard to believe but yes, this is how we used to roll in the mid 70s.
This is much better: "David Bowie--Heroes (Live in Berlin 2002)"
"It's probably the most recognisable sound in popular music." Really?? (Well, the report is on ABC.net.au and you can never doubt the mass media.)
But the puzzle it posed is now apparently solved.
Alternate hypothesis: today's music is so generally poor, this "old folks" music sounds good in comparison.
(And get off my lawn!)
UPDATE: link fixed now.
Utterly astonishing. Good luck to her parents, though. They've still got a heck of a job ahead of them.
Alma Deutscher was playing piano and violin by the time she was 3 years old and wrote her first opera at 10. For her, making music seems as natural as breathing.
Springsteen and E Street, Houston 1978.
Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder and the Dixie Hummingbirds, live.
Five minutes of excerpts from a documentary about Waddy Wachtel.
Link via "The 20 All-Time Greatest L.A. Studio Musicians" where Waddy holds down #16.
Quite attractive then despite the tons of goop they were wearing.