FULL CONCERT: Bill Withers – 1973 BBC (Soul, Jazz, Blues)


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Bill Withers is one THE story tellers, check this short BBC live concert originally broadcast from 1973.

An absolutely beautiful

Both audio and video are as broadcast by the BBC.

Setlist:

00:00:00:00 Ain`t No Sunshine
00:03:18:11 Lonely Town, Lonely Street
00:09:14:16 Grandma`s Hands
00:11:40:18 Use Me
00:16:01:00 Let Me In Your Life
00:20:15:18 Lean On Me
00:24:47:08 Harlem
00:29:19:00 end

JERU THE DAMAJA AUSTRALIAN TOUR MIXTAPE


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Way-2-Fonky Podcast #002 – Archie presents D Original

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Way-2-Fonky & Joint Adventure presents Jeru The Damaja at Oxford Art Factory on Thursday 13th September 2012.

Tickets & Info: http://www.moshtix.com.au/event.aspx?id=59435

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R.I.P Robin Gibbs! – Bee Gees Tribute : Classic Records, Mixtapes, Full Concerts VIdeos (BEE GEES LIVE IN MELB 1974)


Robin Gibb‘s fragile voice was one of Bee Gees‘ many gifts

  • by: Iain Shedden, Music writer
  • From: The Australian
  • May 21, 2012 2:08PM

He was a great songwriter as well, with and without his brothers, but their greatest attribute collectively and separately was being able to reinvent themselves.

Even as children, there was never any doubt in the minds of the Gibb brothers that they were going to be pop stars.

“We knew we wanted to make records and to write,” Robin Gibb once said, “but we never knew where we were going with it. We would daydream and night dream and every other kind of dream.”

The dream came true, several times over, but during the group’s fledgling years in Brisbane in the early 1960s the Bee Gees found success hard to come by.

Spicks and Specks, the song that became their first Australian hit, was their 12th single.

Before they could enjoy that moment the Gibb brothers, Barry, Maurice and Robin, had gone back home to England looking for a break. It was that willingness to move on that made the Bee Gees and its individual components successful for decades, taking them from the suburbs of Brisbane to the stadiums of the world after their phenomenal success in the disco era of the 1970s.

Robin’s final work is a good example of his diversity. After years of crafting songs for international artists such as Celine Dion and Kenny Rogers, Robin turned another corner by composing, along with his son Robin-John, the Titanic Requiem, a classical piece to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster.

The record was released last month.

On one track, Don’t Cry Alone, Gibb’s final contribution as a vocalist is sadly prophetic.

“No, don’t you ever doubt me

Ill be there for you forever

Don’t you ever cry

Ill sweep away your tears and sorrow

And I’ll be with you close tomorrow”.

Beyond the sadness of that lyric, however, is the distinctive, fragile voice that could only be Robin Gibb. It has changed little since the Bee Gees records on which he took lead vocals 45 years ago, such as I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You and Massachusetts.

It’s a voice that will live on through those landmark recordings, from pop to disco and classical, songs that made Robin Gibb one of the most successful musicians of the 20th century.

BEE GEES – LIVE IN MELBOURNE 1974

Complete Live Concert from Melbourne by the Bee Gees.

BEE GEES : ONE NIGHT ONLY (FULL CONCERT)

BEE GEES – SPECIAL 1979

AUDIO-SOUL FUNK: Prince + NPG In Rehearsal Recording for Australian Concert: Listen Now! @ Drfunkenberry.com


 

Wow.  PRINCE and the NPG are in rehearsal for the Welcome 2 Australia tour!!!  Ticket sales are BLAZING.  What started as 3 shows is now up to 6.  Australia, how many shows can U handle?

 

To begin every week of rehearsal, to get the rust off, PRINCE and the band jam one song for 30-45 minutes.

 

“The Dance Electric” in its original form with vocals will be one of the featured encore songs for the Welcome 2 Australia tour.

 

Get ready to DANCE!!!

Prince & NPG In Rehearsal 4 Australia…”Jam The DancElectric” Listen HERE

+ look out for the Prince Australian Tour Tribute Mixtape dropping soon.. –>HERE


One Love: The Very Best of Bob Marley & The Wa...

One Love: The Very Best of Bob Marley & The Wailers (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Bob Marley and the Wailers: Stevie Wonder Dream 1975 !! Magic

Midnight Raver

The Wonder Dream Concert held on October 4, 1975 at Kingston’s National Stadium was one of three events on the Holiday Jamaica package scheduled from September 29, 1975 through October 5, 1975.  The concert was a benefit for the Jamaican Institute for the Blind and featured Third World as the opening act. Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes were scheduled to play but did not show.

Third World, just back from a tour of the UK, opened their set with “Crying On The Rail Road Track” and followed with popular favorites “Sun Won’t Shine,” “Satta Massagana,” and “Slavery Days.”

The concert is often referred to as the Wailers Reunion Show, as it was the first time the original Wailers trio performed together since 1974.  It is the last time that all three founding members appeared live on-stage together.

The Wailers and the I-Three kick off their set with “Rastaman Chant”

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SOUL OF SYDNEY TV #5 : STEVIE WONDER – LIVE AT THE BEAT CLUB (1973) (FULL CONCERT)


The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie

The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A rare recording of Stevie Wonder in his prime way back in 1973.
One of his best!

E-mail soulofsydney@gmail.com for a list of more rare videos, concerts and bootleg recordings we have to share.

PRINCE : SYDNEY TOUR INFO, CONCERT TICKETS, UPDATES + AFTER PARTY + MIXTAPE TRIBUTE INFO (Updated)


PRINCE TRIBUTE – AFTER PARTY

This SAT MAY 12TH @ (Upstairs @ Civic Hotel)

Soul Of Sydney, Soul Sounds & Mama Feel-Good Funk Collective will be throwing down the goodness this weekend with a stack PRINCE inspired SOUL, FUNK & BOOGIE as well a solid dose of PRINCE gems from 10pm THIS SATURDAY (MAY 12th).

THE PRINCE AFTER PARTY – TRIBUTE!

Right after the Concert from 10pm – Late This Saturday (May 12th).

Hosted by Soul of Sydney DJ’s & Friends:

Phil Toke
DJ Jon
Johnny Bones
C-Man
Juzlikedat

EVENT –> www.facebook.com/events/294671430618080/

soulofsydney@gmail.com or www.soulofsydney.org for more info.

Prince Midnight Mixtape : www.soulofsydney.org/2012/05/06/prince-6/

 

SYDNEY CBD LOCATION, MORE DETAILS BY 5TH MAY

Stay close as we will be updating this page with tour info, tickets, afterparty info & a special PRINCE AUSTRALIAN TOUR MIXTAPE by SOUL OF SYDNEY DJ‘S + WE MAY EVEN BE GETTING TOGETHER a special PRINCE TRIBUTE PICNIC (UPDATES VIA soulofsydney@gmail.com)

LINKS FOR TICKETS & INFO HERE

TOUR DATES*:
Fri 11 May – Allphones Arena, Sydney
Mon 14 May – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Fri 18 May – Brisbane Entertainment Centre
*Ticketek is selling for the above venues only.

PRINCE LIVE Concert Videos & Clips!

#1 Prince – Nude Tour in La Coruña

#2 PRINCE @ Palais Nikaïa de Nice, le 25 JULY 2010.