Posts Tagged 'today’s tunes'
Tags: classic roll, concert, led zeppelin, live music, music, rock and roll, royal albert hall, today's tunes
holy smokes, sit back and enjoy this full Led Zeppelin concert from Royal Albert Hall in 1970.
Tags: brassland, clogs, instrumental, music, the national, today's tunes
today’s tunes is a great song by Clogs. Clogs is a side project of several members of my favorite band The National. most of their work is strictly instrumental, sort of a blend of classical music with indie influences – but this particular song has lyrics and singing from Matt Berninger, lead singer for the National.
If this was our last time,
what would we do,
what would we say then?
Tags: music, radical face, today's tunes, welcome home
just stumbled on this song the other day, and it’s been stuck in my head since:
Ships are launching from my chest
Some have names but most do not
If you find one, please let me know what piece I’ve lost
Tags: hold on, ireland, Irish singers, music, new release, Róisín O, secret life of blue, today's tunes
today’s tunes is a special one: this is a preview of the new song “Hold On” by the Irish singer/songwriter Róisín O. the video & song will be made available to the public on Thursday, so this is a neat opportunity to hear it first.
she has signed a record deal with JSM in Germany, and her debut album ‘The Secret Life of Blue’ will be released in Germany, Austria & Switzerland on October 4th.
she certainly does have a very beautiful voice. I’d not heard any of her work previous to being given this chance to preview her new single, but will check out her other songs that our available.
When you’re tired and lonely, I will wash away your day
When you’re falling and the darkness is taking hold
You can’t beat this, this feeling, any day you’ll be dreaming
And I’ll be there, I’ll be there.
Just Hold On.
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, drive all night, glen hansard, irish, jake clemons, kilenny, music, today's tunes
today’s tunes is a very recent live performance by Bruce Springsteen of his song “Drive All Night”. Bruce is joined by Glen Hansard and Jake Clemons to perform the song together at a concert at Kilenny. from the concert notes:
Next, a real treat for the audience: Glen Hansard joined Bruce for one of the best versions of “Drive All Night” I’ve seen, trading off verses. They added a nod to Ireland’s own Van Morrison with a line or two from “Here Comes The Night,” which was sublime.