Baritone - The Unusual Voice in Rock
Original air date august 5, 2017 | Time 59:00
Leonard Cohen, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Rev. Vince Anderson, Eric Burdon. The low male voice is so expressive and yet most male singers in rock are tenors, a surprising contrast to other genres like Classical or Broadway. Let's get down to it.
Mountain Wave - Live in the Studio
Original air date July 8, 2017 | Time 59:00
The trio performs songs from their debut recording "Somewhere in Liberty" live in the studio. Tim Gannon, lead guitar; Chip Forelli, bass: Mark Switko, drums. All three are gifted singer-songwriters and share the vocal leads and harmony. The debut album is a LIVE recording from July 2016 and gives you an excellent idea of the high-energy performance this band delivers. They encompass a distinct variety of genres from County to Experimental Rock and it's a Mystery!
You can listen to the album and find out more about the band at www.mountainwave.bandcamp.com.
Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie
Original air date June 17, 2017 | Time 59:00
These two songwriters have been members of Fleetwood Mac during their height and contributed some of the band's biggest hits. They have just released a duet album, with all the members of Fleetwood Mac except Stevie Nicks who is taking a break.
- Buckingham McVie "In My World" composed by Lindsey Buckingham
- Fleetwood Mac "You Make Loving Fun" by Christine McVie and "Go Your Own Way" by Lindsey Buckingham from "Rumours" 1977
- Fleetwood Mac "say You Love Me" by Christine McVie 1975 and "Big Love" by Lindsey Buckingham 1987
- Christine McVie "You Are" and "So Sincere" McVie from "In the Meantime" 2004
- Lindsey Buckingham "Seeds We Sow" and "In Our Own Time" Buckingham from "Seeds We Sow" 2011
The Allman Brothers Band - Gregg and Duane
Original air date June 10, 2017 | Time 59:00
Gregg Allman passed away in May 2017 at 69 yrs old. Duane died in a motorcycle accident when he was only 24 yrs old back in 1971. Duane was a master guitarist and his idea was to have 2 lead guitars and 2 drummers in the band. In spite of the band's genre of "Southern Rock", they achieved a reputation for a "jam" band through jazz-like improvisations. Duane developed his chops playing as a session sideman in Muscle Shoals for Wilson Pickett, Aretha Franklin, King Curtis, Boz Scaggs and others, before devoting himself full time to the Allman Bros. When he met Eric Clapton they found a deep rapport and Duane played lead guitar on LAYLA and was invited to join Clapton's band, but he stayed with the Allman Bros to the end.
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