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One of many records to get you up and ready this rainy morning but this one is a particular interesting one from the Talking Heads which experimentally took influence from one of the greatest artists and his sounds, Fela Kuti, music that was ahead of its time with funk you just can't stop groovin' to!
Wishing all a grand weekend!
Adoro ascoltare band post-punk ed hardcore emo. Tutta musica che la gente da fuori definisce "da spararsi". 😂
Io per risposta la chiamo la "musica triste", ma è solo una presa in giro. Non mi piacciono i gruppi che si piangono addosso, mi piacciono i testi introspettivi e la musica che crea una determinata atmosfera. (Quando non ascolto la musica "triste", ascolto gruppi impegnati con testi di un certo tipo, quindi NO, non mi piacciono i piagnoni).🌧🌧🌧
Comunque il mio è un grande amore e ogni tot infilo citazioni anche nei miei Sad Kittens.
Non poteva mancare un gattino con un vinile, non poteva mancare proprio! 🖤
È un astuccio/borsello cucito e dipinto a mano, il ciondolo è in plastic shrink, quindi pure lui è totally handmade.⚡️⚡️⚡️
A brevissimo sarà sul mio shop @etsyit (il link è in bio 👆🏻).
Il disco è il primo 7" degli Heroin ed è uno dei miei più grandi amori a primo ascolto ❤️
Oggi è una bellissima giornata di sole e ora io vado a fare un bel giro in bici 🌈🌈🌈 N.B. il post-punk non è la musica indie/hipster degli ultimi anni.
L'emotional non ha nulla a che vedere con i ragazzini col ciuffo e trucco pesante onnipresenti qualche anno fa. 😘😘😘
laurel - holy water ⛪️🥂 // revisiting this gorgeous ep from a couple of years ago. i discovered her back in 2013 when she was opening for MS MR in london, and have been following her work closely ever since. her work is immaculately produced, and across a wide range of singles and eps she hasn't really put a foot out of line. but after all these years still no album? don't keep us waiting too much longer @classiclaurel :: 👍🏻
Happy 78th birthday to rock’s 1st superstar drummer, Ginger Baker! He was born Peter Edward Baker in Lewisham, south London, England. He began playing drums at 15 as an outlet for his manic energy. He gained early attention as a member of the R&B/blues group Graham Bond Organisation, which also featured bassist Jack Bruce. In the summer of 1966, he met Eric Clapton. Baker felt stifled in GBO and asked Clapton to join a then-unnamed group. Clapton agreed, on the condition that Bruce completed the trio. Baker and Bruce had a notoriously volatile relationship, which included on-stage brawls, but he agreed. They called themselves Cream because they were considered the “cream of the crop” amongst blues and jazz musicians during the British blues explosion. They are regarded as the 1st major supergroup. Though they were only together for 3 years—due to tensions between Bruce and Baker—they cut 4 LPs, sold over 15 million albums, charted several now-classic rock hits, and had the world’s 1st Platinum double LP with “Wheels of Fire” (1968). The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers had a significant impact on psychedelic, hard, progressive, southern, and blues rock, particularly noted in the work of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Rush and The Allman Brothers. Baker was noted for his showmanship and lengthy drum solos, as in Cream’s “Toad”, which is one of the 1st of its kind in recorded rock. He blended his jazz background with a lifelong interest in African rhythms, and thus is considered a pioneer drummer of jazz fusion, heavy metal, and world music. After Cream, he was a member of Blind Faith, Ginger Baker’s Air Force, Baker Gurvitz Army, collaborated with Fela Kuti during his years in Africa, and has had a prolific solo career. But today’s feature is “Best of Cream” (1969), their 1st compilation. It consists of 10 excellent cuts, including classics like “Sunshine of Your Love” and “White Room”. Other highlights include Clapton’s arrangement of Robert Johnson’s Faustian blues classic “Crossroads”, their take on the timeless blues staple “Born Under a Bad Sign”, a popular version of Willie Dixon’s sick “Spoonful”, and the sublime “Badge”, a collaboration with George Harrison.