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The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation – Downhearted

Blues Notes

 

The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation – Downhearted (1970)

Last Updated (Monday, 21 May 2018 21:59)

 

Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)

Jazz Notes
Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)

On the evening of January 16, 1938, Benny Goodman took to the stage at Carnegie Hall along with his trio, his quartet, and his big band. It was the first time ever that a swing band played Carnegie. Historians now look to this night as the moment when jazz gained validity from the music establishment.

The last number on the program was "Sing, Sing, Sing" — what Goodman called a "killer diller," a number intended to get a crowd on its feet, jitterbugging...

Last Updated (Sunday, 29 April 2018 17:10)

 

Metallica’s „Fade to Black”

Rock Notes
Metallica’s „Fade to Black”

It has its critics, but "Fade to Black" is undoubtedly one of the most important songs in Metallica's history. Their first true ballad, it showed they were far too astute to box themselves in, creatively speaking, and churn out only pedal-to-the-metal thrashers. There's hardly a whiff of that here and, instead, this somber comment on suicide showcases James Hetfield's increasingly mature lyrics and Kirk Hammett's impressively tasteful guitar melodies. And...

Last Updated (Sunday, 04 March 2018 13:50)

 

Stabat Mater by Arvo Pärt

Classical Notes
Stabat Mater by Arvo Pärt

When Arvo Pärt sets words to music, he gives the impression of having entered into the depths of his chosen text and returned to the surface with an entirely fresh impression of what it's all about. This is certainly true of his “Stabat Mater,” and yet the result is to reaffirm the traditional significance of the text and to place the work securely in the long line of settings that includes those of Josquin Desprez, Lassus, and Palestrina, and in modern times...

 

Trust My Baby by Sonny Boy Williamson II

Blues Notes
Trust My Baby by Sonny Boy Williamson II

Sonny Boy Williamson was, in many ways, the ultimate blues legend. By the time of his death in 1965, he had been around long enough to have played with Robert Johnson at the start of his career and Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Robbie Robertson at the end of it. In between, he drank a lot of whiskey, hoboed around the country, had a successful radio show for 15 years, toured Europe to great acclaim and simply wrote, played and sang some of the greatest...

 
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