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Keith Richards Demonstrates His Famous 5-String Technique (Used on Classic Stones Songs Like “Start Me Up,” “Honky Tonk Women” & More)

For the guitarist, alternate tunings expand the sonic possibilities of the instrument. But where, say, a progressive metal player will add a seventh or eighth string, pitch everything down, and get technical, the opposite is the case with “open” tunings in folk and blues. They are an ideal basis for slide guitar and three-chord, 12-bar vamps, and became the perfect platform for Keith Richards, giving him the room he needed to translate the music of his folk heroes into the gritty, distor...
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The Rolling Stones Jam with Muddy Waters for the First and Only Time at Chicago’s Legendary Checkerboard Lounge (1981)

Whatever marketing materials may claim, the Rolling Stones did not just happen upon Buddy Guy’s Checkerboard Lounge on Chicago’s South Side (before it closed, reopened in Hyde Park, then closed again for good) on a night when Muddy Waters happened to be there in 1981. And they did not spontaneously get invited to jam, as it seems, when they “climbed over tables” to get onstage with their hero and blues legends Buddy Guy and Junior Wells. A chance meeting, of course, would have been magic...
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New Mello Music Group Label Compilation ‘Bushido’ Now Available!

‘Bushido’ Features Appearances From Oddisee, Open Mike Eagle, Joell Ortiz, Quelle Chris, Alchemist, !llmind, Skyzoo, Apollo Brown, Homeboy Sandman, Kool Keith, B-Real, Murs & Georgia Anne Muldrow In feudal Japan, the Bushido Code defined the way of the samurai. It was a blueprint to conduct warfare with honor: a system built upon the qualities of rectitude and courage, honor and loyalty. In the modern world, these historical tenets may seem antiquated, or sometimes even obsolete. But the power ...
Tags: Japan, Georgia, Albums, Jazz, Wu Tang, Keith, Oddisee, Brown, Abraham, Homeboy Sandman, Madlib, Bandcamp, Marlowe, Mello Music Group, Pete Rock, Skyzoo

Hear Marianne Faithfull’s Three Versions of “As Tears Go By,” Each Recorded at a Different Stage of Life (1965, 1987 & 2018)

When a 17-year-old Marianne Faithfull finished the final take of her 1965 hit “As Tears Go By” — penned by a young duo of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards as one of their first original songs — Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham “came and gave me a big hug,” she recalled “‘Congratulations darling. You’ve got yourself a number six,’ he said.” Richards remembered the song in his autobiography as “a terrible piece of tripe” and “money for old rope,” but it actually peaked at number 22 ...
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Mello Music Group Announce “Bushido” Compilation Album & “Black Rock” Ft. Joell Ortiz & Stalley

After a decade in the music business, Mello Music Group has witnessed the dealings and promises of the record industry. Running counter-clockwise to the mainstream ethic, Mello has settled on its own code of conduct and value system. Their catalogue is a Hagakare of hip-hop — a practical and spiritual guide to the essence. While the sounds are varied, an MMG release ensures that the art comes first, the artists are religiously devoted to the upholding of standards and values. The musicians sw...
Tags: News, Georgia, Jazz, Singles, Keith, Brown, Abraham, Homeboy Sandman, Mello Music Group, Pete Rock, Joell Ortiz, Bushido, Stalley, Mello, RJ Payne, Mello Music Group Announce

Neu auf Netflix: Auf diese Serien & Filme kannst du dich im März freuen

Es ist schwer zu glauben, aber diesen März ist es schon ein ganzes Jahr her, seit durch Corona um den ganzen Globus herum das Leben weitestgehend heruntergefahren wurde. Unser Alltag ist seitdem nicht mehr derselbe gewesen: Viele von uns arbeiten seit Monaten im Homeoffice, und die maskenverhüllten Gesichter, die uns anfangs noch so fremd waren, sind jetzt ein vertrauter Anblick, wann immer wir das Haus verlassen. Seit Corona können wir uns auf nicht allzu vieles verlassen – aber sehr wohl auf N...
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Stream Roc Marciano’s New Album Mt.Marci

The Long Island rapper and producer Roc Marciano more or less invented the meditative, elegantly ignorant style of post-boom-bap music that’s come to dominate a certain corner of the rap underground in recent years. It’s now been more than a decade since Marciano released Marcberg, the solo album that changed the game. Marciano been following his own muse since then. A whole lot of other rappers have followed his example, but nobody does it quite like the man himself, and his new album Mt. Marci...
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Q&A With Garden State Rapper, Juice Potter

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? The earliest hip-hop memory I can recall is probably *hmm* I’m not too sure if you know of this artist, he’s a bit older but his name is Mike C. I used to hear him a lot when I was a kid and I just listened to a lot of his tapes and see him freestyle. I remember one time going to the studio with my uncle Ib Dolla, I was a kid young as hell and Ib and Mike were up in the lab making beats on one of them old beat makers. Those are like two of th...
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The Rolling Stones Release a Long Lost Track Featuring Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page

The Rolling Stones are readying a re-release of their 1973 album Goats Head Soup in September, featuring demos and rarities and all sorts of goodies. Yesterday, they dropped the above song: “Scarlet.” Never bootlegged before, this firecracker of a track features Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page on guitar. The recording happened in October 1974, long, long after the recording of the Goats Head Soup tracks in Jamaica at Dynamic Sound Studios. In fact, they’d also finished recording It’s Only Rock...
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Rolling Stones release "lost" song recorded with Jimmy Page in 1974

In October 1974, the Rolling Stones recorded "Scarlet" with their friends Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin on guitar and Traffic's Ric Grech playing bass. The band finally gave the track an official release today as a teaser for their forthcoming Goat’s Head Soup box set that contains a slew of bonus material including two other unreleased songs, demos, alternate versions, and a live gig. Of "Scarlet," Keith Richards says, "My recollection is we walked in at the end of a Zeppelin session. They we...
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Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s Slow Dance, and 10 More New Songs

Hear tracks by Bob Dylan, Rhiannon Giddens, Jamie xx and others.
Tags: News, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Jazz, Bob, Jamie xx, Parks, Keith, Bieber, Blake, Justin, Mills, Dylan, Ariana, Rhiannon, Jarrett

20 most memorable Southern California concerts of 2019

Though 2109 was filled with festivals, intimate one-off performances and major tours coming through Southern California, it was also a year with many farewell jaunts. We said goodbye to Elton John as he came through the area with several evenings of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, Peter Frampton made a couple of local stops on his Peter Frampton Finale: The Farewell Tour and the almighty Slayer went out in a blaze of glory with two final shows at The Forum. Had metal icon Ozzy Osbourne not ...
Tags: Music, England, Lana Del Rey, Kacey Musgraves, California, John Lennon, Los Angeles, Sport, Yoko Ono, Things To Do, Soccer, Ozzy Osbourne, Fka Twigs, Dolly Parton, Mick Jagger, Elton John

Bittersweet no more: Rolling Stones pass Verve royalties to Richard Ashcroft

An acrimonious copyright dispute meant Ashcroft was forced to give up royalties to Bitter Sweet Symphony, but a ‘kind and magnanimous gesture from Mick and Keith’ passes rights to himMick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones have ended one of the most acrimonious copyright disputes in British pop history, by granting Richard Ashcroft all future royalties from his 1997 song Bitter Sweet Symphony, performed by the Verve.Ashcroft announced the news on the same day he won an Ivor Novello ...
Tags: Business, Music, Law, Music Industry, Culture, Pop and rock, The Rolling Stones, Awards and prizes, Mick Jagger, Indie, Intellectual Property, Keith Richards, Ivor Novello awards, Jagger, Keith, Mick

Kool Keith – “Zero Fux” (Feat. B-Real)

Underground rap veteran Kool Keith has announced a new album called KEITH, his first since last year's Dr. Octagon reunion Moosebumps: An Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilation and the first under his own name since 2016's Feature Magnetic. Pitchfork reports that the 14-track project was produced entirely by the Beatnuts' Psycho … More »
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Jumpmann B. – “Young Nigga”(Music Video)

“Young Nigga” is becoming an anthem in Miami. Jumpmann B’s flow puts listeners in mind of other Miami rappers like Kodak Black. The song was produced by Keith Beats. The track and video infectious, with B’s melodic flow. “When I made Young Nigga all I could really think about is how I’m living my life. I was mainly inspired by how much my hood, family, and my niggas show love.” Born Jeffrey Morey Jones, raised in the city of Miami Gardens, Florida. A lover of basketball, Jeffrey developed ...
Tags: Videos, Florida, Kodak, Kendrick Lamar, Jazz, Miami, Kodak Black, Keith, JEFFREY, Miami Gardens Florida, Nigga, Jumpmann B, Young Nigga, Jeffrey Morey Jones, Jumpmann B Jumpmann

Olivia, Gary and the Zombies

In The Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed Olivia Newton-John for my my "House Call" column in the paper's Mansion section (go here). Until I began my pre-interview research, I had no idea Olivia's grandfather was Max Born, the physicist and mathematician who received a Nobel Prize for developing quantum mechanics. Or that when her mother was little, Albert Einstein played violin in her mother's home in Germany while her father played piano. As Olivia pertly remarked, "Well, at leas...
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14 Finger Tattoos That Are Totally Worth The Pain

Finger tattoos are notoriously painful, but that certainly hasn't stopped anyone — celebrities included — from getting them. Despite the pain, the small surface area means the unpleasant part is fleeting, and tiny tattoos look so good running down a finger, it's hard not to want to add one to your collection.The one important thing to remember about finger tattoos is that they won't last forever. The insides of your fingers are hot spots for friction, which causes ink to fade, while the tops of...
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Keith, Tony and Bill

In The Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed Keith Richards and Steve Jordan on their 1988 song, Take It So Hard, off of Keith's first solo album, Talk Is Cheap (go here). The interview was for my "Anatomy of a Song" column. I interviewed Keith once before, when we talked about the writing and recording of Street Fighting Man. As rockers go, Keith is about as hip and verbally interesting as they get. Always fun. Talk Is Cheap will be re-issues with bonus tracks today here. Also in t...
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THE PRODIGY Fans Rave In The Streets During Keith Flint's Funeral Procession

I think Keith would've been really happy with how it all went down. The post THE PRODIGY Fans Rave In The Streets During Keith Flint's Funeral Procession appeared first on Metal Injection.
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Stars pay tribute to Keith Flint: 'A powerhouse of energy and attitude'

From Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno to the Chemical Brothers and Azealia Banks, musicians remember the Prodigy frontmanKeith Flint: Prodigy singer dies aged 49‘Punk rock for the rave generation’: readers’ tributesThe Prodigy’s Keith Flint – a life in picturesKeith Flint: the neon demon who started a fire under British popI discovered the Prodigy through Experience, back in 1992. There used to be a rave record store in Leicester called 5HQ – quite a frightening place, a bit like in Human Traffic. We u...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Dance music, Leicester, Electronic Music, Kasabian, The Prodigy, Flint, Keith, Chemical Brothers, Keith Flint, Serge Pizzorno

The Prodigy’s Keith Flint is gone, leaves punk-rock-rave legacy behind

The Prodigy’s lead singer has exploded across social media and music press today, as fans pour their hearts out to an artist who defined a crossover between punk and rave, frontman persona and electronica. It’s also been revealed by the band that Keith Flint took his own life, adding to the heartbreak many in our electronic music community feel. As one reader told The Guardian today, “people like Keith allowed a lot of people to crucify their own torment and demons.” ...
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Prodigy vocalist Keith Flint dead at 49

In a message posted to its official Twitter account, UK electronic music group The Prodigy announced the death of singer and songwriter Keith Flint today. “It is with deepest shock and sadness that we can confirm the death of our brother and best friend Keith Flint ... A true pioneer, innovator and legend. He will be forever missed. We thank you for respecting the privacy of all concerned at this time.” In an Instagram post, [via NME] Howlett wrote: “The news is true. I can’t believe I’m say...
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Behind The Curtain Of The New Balance X BEGINNERS Campaign (Part II)

In this second half of a two-part series, we further explore how more developing bands are getting access exciting synch licensing opportunities, thanks to a recent collaboration between New Balance Shoes and up-and-coming AWAL artist BEGINNERS. ____________________________ Guest post from AWAL [READ PART I:  Behind The Curtain Of The New Balance X BEGINNERS Campaign ] Synch licensing can help artists reach a larger audience and find potential new fans who wouldn’t have disc...
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Behind The Curtain Of The New Balance X BEGINNERS Campaign (Part I)

Synch licensing can be one of the greatest ways for artists to gain exposure to a wider, fresh audience. Once a privilege largely reserved for already successful artists, more developing band are getting these exciting opportunities, as evidenced in a recent collaboration between New Balance Shoes and up-and-coming AWAL artist BEGINNERS.   __________________________ Guest post from AWAL Synch licensing can help artists reach a larger audience and find potential new fans who wouldn’t ...
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Meghan Markle Wore J.Crew & Aritzia During Morocco Tour

Our "Melanated Mona " Meghan Markle has been all over the damn globe the past week. After a a visit in New York City for five nights, which included a baby shower thrown by her friends, the mother-to-be boarded another plane — this time for a trip to Morocco.Kensington Palace tweeted last week that the the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit the North African country from February 23rd until the 25 th. This isn't a babymoon with her husband Prince Harry, however; the royal couple is in Morocc...
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Why Spotify Isn't Simply A Music Company [Cherie Hu]

In this piece Cherie Hu looks at how Spotify's major investments in third party licensing deals and original podcast development are validating investor predictions and causing it to become the Netflix of audio while potentially putting its brand at risk. ____________________________________ Guest post by Cherie Hu on Medium On October 28, 2018, as I was on Spotify’s mobile app searching for a certain music playlist I had made for myself, I received the following, unsolicite...
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Paul Crenshaw's 'This One Will Hurt You' Will, Indeed

There's a precarious balancing act many personal essayists undertake when shaping their work. Some of the finished products are so finely tuned and crafted that the personal connection is lost. These essays are the literary equivalent of artisan coffee or beer. The ingredients are all included, distilled through proper machines. They are rich and expensive and they leave the customer feeling full, but not fully satisfied. Indeed, the smooth edges and shiny surfaces of many personal essays under ...
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Miley Cyrus' New Tattoo Will Make Your Grandmother Blush

If tiny tattoos could be considered some sort of new-age currency, Miley Cyrus would definitely be a billionaire (mind you, she's worth millions as it is). The singer, who has too many tiny pieces of ink to count, isn’t shy about getting emoji-like decals on her body. Her collection includes an alien, a dog, several meaningful phrases, and that infamous Saturn tat. But Cyrus’ new ink is something we didn't see coming… or did we?The singer took to Instagram to share three images from her latest ...
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Playlist: The Playlist: Emo’s Past Meets Its Future, and 9 More New Songs

Hear tracks by Meek Mill, Jacob Collier, Cactus Blossoms and others.
Tags: News, Jazz, Eddie, Blanco, Keith, Benny, Palmieri, COLLIER, Toby, Urie, IFE, HERNDON, Jlin, Rap and Hip-Hop, Pop and Rock Music, Meek Mill (Rapper

Playlist: The Playlist: Esperanza Spalding’s Intoxicating Groove, and 12 More New Songs

Hear tracks by Empress Of, Khalid, Brandi Carlile, Madame Gandhi and others.
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