Queen Bey, live in L.A., covers Stevie Wonder.
More evidence that draconian IP laws are beat by a better business model.
Forget about the Beatles. I would have wanted to see the Killer, in his prime, live, upstaging Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash.
Founder of Tangerine Dream. Post is accompanied by audio of one their compositions, "Love On a Real Train" from Risky Business. (Great scene, great movie.)
This is true:
Fifty years ago, baby boomers adopted the edict “Never trust anyone over the age of 30,” so it’s hilarious to see youth-oriented publications form a de facto Revolutionary Tribunal and attack boomers by reprising their own credo.
So is this:
He omits a big reason for music’s current turn: the dad-rock
way—learning to play and sing well enough to record without digital editing and
pitch correction—was harder. While harder doesn't mean better, it deserves note.
Link via Michael Greenspan.