Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by Capt.Tsubasa, May 5, 2012.
Q is for Quiero Que Me Quieras - Gael Garcia Bernal (from the film Rudo y Cursi)
R is for Roy Ayers- Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Live, 1994)
S is for Spyro Gyra- Elegy For Trane
Kimbra: Two Way Street
U is for UB40 - Kingston Town
V is for Electric Daisy Violin - Lindsey Stirling
Walk Off the Earth: Little Boxes
By the way... these guys are going back on tour in the next few months.
X is for JSBX
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Afro
Blow out your Nina Blackwood hairdo, it's
Y is for Yes -- Owner of a Lonely Heart
(Bonus points for repeated shots of the crash symbol synched with unrelated synth hits.)
Wow. I'm not crazy after all. I always knew those all too common, specific sounds were way too similar.
The biggest major legacy of the track is arguably the beginnings of ZTT Records and the electronic group The Art Of Noise; as well as being a former member of Yes, Trevor Horn served the role of one of the band's producers during the recording of 90125 and "Owner of a Lonely Heart". With him were Gary Langan, J.J. Jeczalik and Anne Dudley, all working with Horn as his production team, in the roles of engineers and arrangers. Taking samples and loops directly from these Yes recording sessions (as well as work done on Malcolm McLaren's Duck Rock), the team subsequently formed the Art Of Noise under the auspice of Trevor Horn, becoming the first signed act of his ZTT Records label. The crunching stabs, orchestral samples and thunderous drums of "Owner of a Lonely Heart" can be heard in the Art Of Noise's initial recordings.
Glad you finally got the Y, CyC, I've forgotten this Z entrant the last couple of pass-throughs...
From Song of the South: Zip A Dee Doo Dah
The # selection this time around is Bobby Womack - Across 110th Street
A is for Ant Musi-i-i-c-uh-uh-uh-uh
Bonus interview after a very good and very live performance.
Bond - Fuego
What can I say? I'm sucker for girls in skimpy outfits playing string instruments.
C is for Cecilia Ann - The Pixies
My Fair Lady -- I Could Have Danced all Night -- Marni Nixon
Hmm.... maybe I should have waited until the M's, but this song has been buzzing in my mind all weeekend....
Speaking of dancing...
One of my favorite songs and favorite clips with some great dancing
Beirut - E is for Elephant Gun
F is for the Fender bass Bob Babbitt used to play this bassline on this tune and many others. Mr. Babbitt died this morning after a long illness. May he rest in peace.
Robert Palmer- Every Kind of People
G. Love & Special Sauce - Baby's Got Sauce
Foster the People: 1) Houdini, 2) Helena Beat, 3) Pumped up Kicks
Iggy Pop - Lust for Life
Catherine Zeta Jones -- Chicago -- All That Jazz
K is for The Kleptones -- Come Together, smushed with a whole bunch of other stuff.
Plus some of the best dance clips in film history-- really great pastiche...
L is for Lady Bird
M is for Meshell Ndegeocello- God, Fear, Money live at The Roxy, 2001
Separate names with a comma.