Archive for June, 2013

13 Jun

Beatles ‘Octopus’ Garden’ As Kids Book?

Ya it sounds crazy but it’s true. Ringo Starr of the Beatles is teaming up with an illustrator to write the children’s book ‘Octopus Garden’ to be released in the UK in October, and the US release in January 2014. Ringo wrote the original song while hanging out on Peter Sellers yacht in 1968. The book will include a CD that will have an unheard portion of the song.

Peace and Love….Peace and LOVE!

13 Jun

2 Chainz Video of Shooting

I wouldn’t normally post about this chump 2 Chainz but after getting robbed and shot at here in SF, then denying it happened, I had to show the video of it happening.  Of course it comes compliments of TMZ.

13 Jun

Jonny Lang Album…Finally

It’s been 7 years since his last album “Change the World” came out and he’s finally putting out another one. Early September he’ll release “Fight For My Soul” then head out on a European tour.

Lang said in a statement: “Much of what I’ve experienced through music and life in general is in these songs. I really like reaching out and connecting with people. For me, this is what it’s all about. It keeps it fresh with different experiences every day.”

12 Jun

New Black Sabbath Video

Here is the first track off Black Sabbaths new album titled “13” which came out Tuesday June 11. The video was released a week ahead of schedule. Lucky for us!

This is the first album with Ozzy since 1978’s “Never Say Die.”

07 Jun

Under Pressure – Vocals Only

It was 1981 when Queen were recording their album ‘Hot Space’ in Switzerland and David Bowie was recording music for the movie Cat People that the great song ‘Under Pressure’ came about. Bowie stopped by to visit Queen with the intention of adding vocals to the song Cool Cat. Freddie Mercury and Bowie were messing around with some songs when Bowie said, let’s just write a song. 24 hours of wine and cocaine brought on these vocals for Under Pressure. The scene is described in the book “Is This the Real Life?”

“We felt our way through a backing track all together as an ensemble,’ recalled Brian May. ‘When the backing track was done, David said, “Okay, let’s each of us go in the vocal booth and sing how we think the melody should go–just off the top of our heads–and we’ll compile a vocal out of that.” And that’s what we did.’ Some of these improvisations, including Mercury’s memorable introductory scatting vocal, would endure on the finished track. Bowie also insisted that he and Mercury shouldn’t hear what the other had sung, swapping verses blind, which helped give the song its cut-and-paste feel.

Here are the amazing vocals!


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