This week In ’70s Throwback’ 09/52

Patti Smith , Rickie Lee Jones, James Taylor, Doobie Brothers, Aerosmith, The Guess Who, Led Zeppelin, Genesis, Jethro Tull, Soft Machine, Frank Zappa, Pink Floyd

This week In ’70s Throwback’ 33/52

Elvis Presley, Manhattan Transfer, Crosby, Stills & Nash, The Doors, The Who, Rod Stewart, Doobie Brothers, Graham Central Station, Ohio Players, Bruce Springsteen, Talking Heads, Peter Tosh

Happy Birthday Willie Nelson. ‘Simple Nelson’

This day (April 29, 1933), in Abbott, Texas, U.S., is born Willie Hugh Nelson a.k.a Willie Nelson, American singer, songwriter and activist

Tracklist :

1 . Hello Walls

2 . Mr. Record Man (1969)

3 . Bloody Mary Morning (Austin City Limits, 1974)

4 . If You’ve Got The Money Honey (1977)

5 . Live Medley (w/ Bee Gees, Glen Campbell, 1979)

6 . Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain (Midnight Special 1980)

7 . Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Austin City Limits, 1981)

8 . You Were Always On My Mind (1982)

9 . Stardust (HBO Special, 1983)

10 . On the Road Again (Farm Aid, 1985)

11 . Whiskey River (Farm Aid, 1986)

12 . Island In The Sea (1987)

13 . I Never Cared For You (1988)

14 . There You Are

15 . City of New Orleans (w/ The Highwaymen)

16 . Graceland (w/ Paul Simon, Farm Aid, 1992)

17 . Hard Times (w/ Bob

This week In Male Balladeers 17/52

Michael McDonald, John David Souther, Lou Reed, Beck, Damon Albarn, Jim Morrison, Rod Stewart, Paul McCartney, Eric Burdon, Willie Nelson, Luther Vandross, David Sylvian

This week In Guitar Virtuosi 17/52

Carlos Santana, Mark Knopfler, Gary Moore, Otis Rush, Gary Clark Jr., Albert King, , Ronnie Van Zant, Dave Stewart, Pete Townshend, Mike Campbell, Daryl Stuermer

Happy Birthday Michael McDonald. ‘On His Own’

This day ( February 12, 1952), in St. Louis, Missouri, is born Michael McDonald, a baritone singer and ex-member of The Doobie Brothers

Tracklist :

1 . I Keep Forgetting (2017)

2 . w/ Kenny Loggins - Heart to Heart, This Is It, What a Fool Believes (2017)

3 . w/ Donald Fagen, Boz Scaggs - Whos That Lady? (2014)

4 . Here To Love You (2013)

5 . w/ Dukes of September - If You Don't Know Me By Now (2012)

6 . w/ Steely Dan - Show Biz Kids ( 2006)

7 . w/ Patti LaBelle - On My Own (2006)

8 . w/ Toni Braxton - Stop, Look, Listen (to Your Heart)

9 . Ohne Filter Extra (1993)

10 . No Lookin' Back (1986)

11 . Soul Train (1982)

12 . Doobie Brothers (Takin in To The Street ,Jesus is Just Alright) Live In Sta.Barbara 1982

Tracklist :

I Keep Forgettin' . Ain't No Mountain High Enough .Sweet

Harmonizing veteran David Crosby embark young partners, among them Michael Teague of Snarky Puppy, for another trip toward Woodstock. Your weed or mine?

David Crosby's 'Here If You Listen' is his seventh album recorded with Becca Stevens, Michelle Willis and Michael Teague of Snarky Puppy and released on October 26, 2018 by BMG

David Crosby

USA Today

At age, 77, David Crosby is a “lion in winter” – sage in the ways of the world he serenades, with leonine hair and a history of stirring up trouble through song

Washington Post

Crosby shows great taste and artistic smarts in giving The Lighthouse Band, as the collective is known, a more prominent presence Billboard

Crosby addresses his own mortality, singing “I've been thinking about dying/ and how to do it well.” It’s a tough subject, but one that he tackles head-on

David Crosby - Here If You Listen


Released in March 1968, "Song

Willie Nelson does not sing Frank Sinatra’s repertoire like Sinatra. He sings it his way.

Willie Nelson's 'My Way' is his sixty-eighth studio album featuring Norah Jones on one song, produced by Buddy Cannon and Matt Rollings and released on September 14, 2018 by Legacy Recordings

Willie Nelson

Rolling Stone

“He didn’t worry about behind the beat or in front of the beat, or whatever – he could sing it either way, and that’s the feel you have to have.”

The Mainichi

a bluesy intimacy that may make some of those who don't care much for Sinatra's braggadocio and bombast on his own version give the song another chance. The Art Desk

He doesn’t amp up the croon factor or melodrama like so many young Bublé wannabes. He simply inhabits the songs

Willie Nelson - My Way


Recorded on January 12 & 13, 2007, "Two Men with the Blues" is a

Four Concerts with Willie Weeks

Bassist extraordinaire, Willie Weeks, who is born this day in 1947 - Happy Birthday - has been for almost 60 years a "top session bassist".

Very much in demand, Willie has played on numerous albums and behind the greatest (you want to verify ? click on //

The 'Four Concerts with Willie Weeks' are with Eric Clapton, Doobie Brothers, Joe Walsh, Ronnie Wood & Keith Richards. Enjoy!

Track Listing : 1 . Eric Clapton, Budokan in Tokyo, Japan, February 25, 2009 :

Tell The Truth . Key To The Highway . Hoochie Coochie Man . I Shot The Sheriff . Isn’t It A Pity . Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad . Solo Blues (Driftin’) . Travelin Alone . That’s Alright . Motherless Child . Running On Faith . Motherless Children . Litttle Queen Of Spades . Everything Is Going To Be Alright .…

‘Strictly Live’ New Music Videos N°08

Foo Fighters, Kaki King, Alicia Keys, Brandi Carlile, Rudimental, Luiza Possi . De Maria, Brittany Howard, The Doobie Brothers, Peter Frampton, The Avett Brothers, KSI . Craig David, Tkay Maidza, Eddie Vedder . Sébastien Tellier

They are the artists that we have spotted, these past days, performing live

on TV shows or YouTube channels

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!


1 . Foo Fighters . Everlong (@ Save Our Stages Fest, Troubadour)

More by the same : RVM

2 . Kaki King . Forms of Light and Death

More by the same : Official Site

3 . Alicia Keys, Brandi Carlile . A Beautiful Noise

More by the same : RVM

4 . Rudimental . Come Over (w/ Anne-Marie)

More by the same : Official Site

5 . Luiza Possi . De Maria . Cheiro de Filho

More by the same : Official Site

6 .

The Oedipus Complexity

From 'I'm Man' to 'Mama Don't Want No Peas 'n' Rice 'n' Coconut Oil' , we have mixed 19 'Jazz, Blues and More' tunes around the theme of 'Mothers & Sons'. It has Bing Crosby, Milton Brown, Neal Hefti, Mance Lipscomb and many more.