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Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense (1984) Full Concert

  1. Psycho Killer" (Byrne, Frantz, Weymouth)
  2. Heaven" (Byrne, Harrison)
  3. "Thank You for Sending Me an Angel" (Byrne)
  4. "Found a Job" (Byrne)
  5. "Slippery People"
  6. Burning Down the House
  7. Life During Wartime
  8. "Making Flippy Floppy"
  9. "Swamp"
  10. "What a Day That Was" (Byrne)
  11. This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)
  12. Once in a Lifetime" (Byrne, Brian Eno, Frantz, Harrison, Weymouth)
  13. Genius of Love" (as Tom Tom Club) (Weymouth, Frantz, Adrian Belew, Steven Stanley)
  14. Girlfriend is Better
  15. Take Me to the River" (Al Green, Mabon “Teenie” Hodges)
  16. Crosseyed and Painless" (Byrne, Eno, Frantz, Harrison, Weymouth)


This video changed my life

Happy Easter! ;)

Pharrell Williams on success: “I’ve been hoisted up” by others

From CBS Sunday Morning April 13, 2014

The Grammy-winning producer-singer-songwriter of such hits as “Get Lucky,” “Blurred Lines” and “Happy” tells correspondent Anthony Mason his success comes not from his music, but from an audience making a choice.

Anthony Mason: “Are you afraid if you give yourself too much credit, it would all go away?”

Pharrell Williams: “For sure. You see people spin out of control like that all the time. I mean, those are the most tragic stories, the most gifted people who start to believe it’s really all them. It’s not all you. It can’t be all you. Just like you need air to fly a kite, it’s not the kite. It’s the air.”

That last sentence, right there. 

Pharrell Williams has to be one of the most appreciative artists, ever.

Read the entire interview

Thomas Young - Twisted

…because it’s Friday night and I think this is one of the best versions of this song, ever! :)

Walk and Talk like the Angels by Toni Childs (1988)

One of my all-time favorite singers. Toni has a soulful voice similar to no one else on the planet. Sure, you might hear hints Phoebe Snow or Carole King but there’s something more.

I saw her live in 1989 at Philadelphia’s Trocadero Theater, or “The Troc” as we called it. She was touring clubs around the country promoting her debut album, Union. It was a great show. Since then, she’s been in and out of the public eye, but she’s still making beautiful music.

Interested in hearing more? Check out tonichilds.com

Let’s Stay Together - Al Green, Toni Childs, Carlos Santana, Tito Puente, David Sanborn, Melissa Etheridge

Paul Shaffer put together this great crew to perform Let’s Stay Together for the Late Night 7th Anniversary show in 1989.

Chris Van Sickle - Keys, Adam Dobres - Lead Guitar, Jayden McGrath - Rhythm Guitar, Andrew Livingstone - Bass and Pete McNeil on Drums.

Recorded live in the Hunter Valley january 2011 by mik la Vage

I love Toni’s intro, a message to women on violence against women.