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Monday, May 26, 2008

The Best of Gilbert O'Sullivan (1991)


Gilbert O'Sullivan was born Raymond Edward O'Sullivan on 1st December 1946 in Waterford in Ireland. His father worked in a meat factory while his mother ran a sweet shop. In 1958 at the age of 11 he moved with his family to Swindon in England in search of a better life. He attended St. Joseph's Comprehensive school in Swindon. While there he developed an interest in both music and amateur boxing. Musically he began with the guitar and progressed to the piano. In the boxing ring he had nearly 50 bouts. Meanwhile his painting and drawing had won him a place at Swindon Art College. He started there in September 1963. His aim was to be a graphic designer. He played drums in his first group The Doodles and left them to join The Prefects while attending Swindon Art College. It was while at college that he met Rick Davies, who was later a member of Supertramp. While at college he began writing songs and sending out demo tapes, alas they were always returned unopened. The first song he remembers writing was Ready Miss Steady. Read more and find >>>

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Neil Diamond - Home Before Dark



Neil Leslie Diamond (born January 24, 1941) is an American singer and songwriter. From the 1960s to the 1980s, Diamond was one of the more successful pop music performers, scoring a number of hits. As critic William Ruhlmann writes, “as of 2001, he claimed worldwide record sales of 115 million copies, and as of 2002 he was ranked third, behind only Elton John and Barbra Streisand, on the list of the most successful adult contemporary artists in the history of the Billboard chart." [1] As of May 2005 he has sold 120 million records worldwide, including 48 million records in the U.S.[2]

Though his record sales declined somewhat after the 1980s, Diamond continues to tour successfully, and maintains a very loyal following. Diamond’s songs have been recorded by a vast array of performers from many different musical genres.

Diamond was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1984, and then in 2000 was given its Sammy Cahn Lifetime Achievement Award. He has been eligible for induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame since 1989, but has thus far been ignored. Read more and find >>>


Home Before Dark



This is Neil performing Home Before Dark from the London Theatre May 14th 2008.


Pretty Amazing Grace/Love on The Rocks - UK TV May 2008



Neil Diamond on the Jonathon Ross Show... May 23rd 2008.
He is getting better I swear...every single Show..What a treat we are in for when our turn comes around to seeing him in Concert!!

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Sarah Bettens - Scream & Shine



Sarah Bettens (born September 23rd, 1972 in Kapellen/Belgium) is the former the lead singer of the Belgian band K’s Choice. She is known for her enigmatic, smoky, raspy, husky voice. Her first solo album “Go” was released in 2004; she released an album “Scream” in 2005, which was followed by the release of “Shine” in 2007. “I had been wanting to do this for a long time,” Bettens has said of her solo career. “It’s a whole new challenge, and it kind of makes me feel like it’s my first record. read more >>

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Friday, May 16, 2008

Obama - The Postmodern Coup: Making of a Manchurian Candidate


16 May 2008

The men behind Obama: interview with Webster Tarpley
By Daan de Wit (DeepJournal)


Especially in politics it is of the utmost importance to try to look behind the facade: who makes up the team of the presidential candidate? The future president of the United States of America is for a large part dependent on and being fed by his team of advisors and future cabinet members. Webster Tarpley wrote a book on the men and women behind presidential hopeful Barack Obama. He argues that there is more to Obama than his charismatic appearance and that some of his advisors pose a danger to the US and the world in case Obama might be elected to become the next US president. Whether Tarpleys view is correct for now is a matter of opinion and remains to be seen, but for the public debate it is relevant to take note of his facts and arguments. Therefor DeepJournal interviewed Webster Tarpley on the topic of his recently published book Obama, The Postmodern Coup,The Making of a Manchurian Candidate.

Download the interview . MP3, 16 Mb, 34 minutes.
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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Best-Selling Author Turns Piracy into Profit


Written by Ernesto on May 12, 2008

Paulo Coelho, author of books such as “The Alchemist” and “The Witch of Portobello”, sold over 100 million books last year. In part, he puts this success down to BitTorrent, as he saw a huge increase in sales when his books appeared on sites such as The Pirate Bay. We talked to Coelho to find out more about this remarkable story.
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Monday, May 12, 2008

Postcards from the Edge (1990)


Having a wonderful time, wish I were here.

Mike Nichols lends some comic structure to Carrie Fisher's best-selling confessional novel concerning a woman's struggles with drug addiction and mother-daughter rivalry (subjects Fisher admits to understanding all too well). Meryl Streep, in her most full-blown comic performance up to that point, plays Suzanne Vale, a popular movie actress well on her way to a Hollywood crack-up. Suzanne suffers from blackouts and memory lapses, and awakens in the beds of men she doesn't remember; she is a barely-functioning wreck on the set of her latest movie. When a coke dealer who delivers stops by her dressing room between takes, she swiftly finds herself being rushed to the hospital, suffering the effects of a narcotics bender. While in detox, Suzanne attempts to piece her life and career back together, but her confidence is shattered when her mother arrives at the rehab clinic -- Doris Mann, a famed film icon from the 1950s and 1960s (Shirley MacLaine). Doris is soon soaking up the adulation and applause of Suzanne's fellow recovering drug addicts. Upon Suzanne's release, she must compete with her mother for attention and fame as she tries to walk a thin line as a recovering drug abuser. by Paul Brenner (allmovie.com)

Director: Mike Nichols

Meryl Streep ... Suzanne Vale
Shirley MacLaine ... Doris Mann

Dennis Quaid ... Jack Faulkner

Gene Hackman ... Lowell Kolchek

Richard Dreyfuss ... Doctor Frankenthal

Rob Reiner ... Joe Pierce

Annette Bening ... Evelyn Ames

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Thursday, May 8, 2008

Journey & Destiny of Souls - by Michael Newton


Michael Newton, is the founder of The Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy, and served from 2002-2005 as the first President of the Society for Spiritual Regression. Dr. Newton continues to serve on the TNI Board. He holds a doctorate in Counseling Psychology, is a certified Master Hypnotherapist and is a member of the American Counseling Association. He has been on the faculty of higher educational institutions as a teacher and counselor while also active in private practice. In addition, Dr. Newton has been a corporate consultant and worked as a behavioral counselor and group therapy director for community mental health centers and spiritual renewal organizations in cooperation with hospital and social service agencies. He has been a hypnotherapist for over 45 years and a LBL therapist for over 30 years. He is considered a pioneer in uncovering the mysteries about life after death through the use of Spiritual Regression.

In 1998 Dr. Newton received the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists annual award of "Most Unique Contribution by a Hypnotherapist" for his years of soul memory research and mapping the cosmology of the afterlife. He is the author of three best selling books, Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives (1994), Destiny of Souls: New Case Studies of Life Between Lives (2000) and Life Between Lives (2004) published by Llewellyn. These books have been translated into over 25 languages. In 2001 his second book was awarded "Metaphysical Book of the Year" by the independent publishers association at their annual Book Exposition of America meeting.

Dr. Newton has appeared on numerous radio and television shows and is an active speaker on the lecture circuit explaining his discoveries and beliefs about our immortal life in the spirit world. He is now retired from active clinical practice and devotes his time to lecturing and training.



Journey of Souls is a controversial yet inspiring investigation of the big question we all face at one point or another: "What happens after we die?" To find the answer, Newton opens cases from his private practice in which he hypnotically regressed his clients to a point between lives--after death, but before birth. Not only does Newton grapple with reincarnation, the spirit world, and the nature of the human soul, he also tackles equally sticky questions such as "Is there a Heaven and Hell?" and "What are ghosts?" Readers with a penchant for skepticism will balk at the lack of physical evidence to back up the claims in Journey of Souls, but the book remains a reassuring voice, affirming that our existence is not limited to the boundaries of our mortal flesh. --Brian Patterson






Past life regressions are fascinating to consider, but have you ever wondered what happens between lives? In Destiny of Souls hypnotherapist Michael Newton asks dozens of his own patients to describe their lives from the moment of death right up until reincarnation into this world. Newton described this journey in his first book, Journey of Souls, and now takes us back for a second trip that is described in infinitely more detail. Of therapeutic interest is how spirits contact the living to help loved ones they've left behind deal with their grief. Newton assures readers that they will reconnect with those who have gone before them, even their pets. He answers the full range of questions one could ever think to ask about life after death: How can a soul be in heaven and reincarnate at the same time? How are new souls created? How are souls who've done evil on earth punished? These and many other questions are answered with surprising congruity between respondents.

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BitTorrent Rip Off Sites, and How to Avoid Them

Written by Ernesto on March 01, 2008

BitTorrent is supposed to be hassle free, that’s why it’s so attractive right? Sadly, it is also used by by scammers to generate money, often through trickery and deception. Recently, a new ring of BitTorrent rip off sites has sprung up, this time related to movie codecs.
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Cashing In on Naive BitTorrent Users

Written by Ernesto on February 29, 2008

BitTorrent sites are overloaded with ads for malware ridden BitTorrent clients and paid tutorials that promise to quadruple your download speed. They try to lure naive users into downloading their products with catchy phrases such as “Breakthrough Information Will Have You Downloading Torrents Up To 475% Faster”. It’s time to take them down.
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uTorrent Takes on the BitTorrent Scammers

Written by enigmax on August 09, 2007

P2P ’scam sites’ masquerade as genuine file-sharing sites but con inexperienced file-sharers into paying ’subscriptions’ for free software, such as BitTorrent clients and bombard them with ads and popups. uTorrent has had enough of one such site making profit from their work and is stepping up to the mark to hold them accountable.
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Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Speak (2004)



The Truth Will Change Everything


Speak is an unexpected gem. Adapted from the popular novel by Laurie Halse Anderson and first broadcast in 2004, the film features an excellent lead performance by Kristen Stewart (Panic Room) as Melinda Sordino, a deeply troubled teen facing her first year of high school and all its attendant perils, including student cliques (here called "clans," such as "the Marthas very Connecticut, very prep"), hostile teachers (with the exception of Steve Zahn's art instructor), and so forth. Melinda appears to be just another misfit, alienated, shunned, and sullen ("the most depressed person I've ever known," as one classmate puts it), burdened with clueless, hopelessly self-absorbed parents (Elizabeth Perkins, D.D. Sweeney) and her own introverted nature. But there's much more to it than that, and director Jessica Sharzer, who co-wrote the screenplay, deftly balances flashbacks of the traumatic event that turned Melinda into a virtual mute with her pained attempts to deal with its aftermath; the two stories, past and present, unfold together, keeping us involved all the way to the film's unsettling but cathartic conclusion. Powerful, moving, and well-acted (the adult roles occasionally veer toward stereotype, but the kids' performances are consistently good), Speak is a compelling and admirable piece of work. --Sam Graham








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Monday, May 5, 2008

The Rose (1979)


She gave and gave, until she had nothing left to give ...

Those of us of a certain age well remember the ultra-talented and ultimately doomed 60s icon, Janis Joplin.

In this thinly disguised Joplin biography, Bette Midler outdoes herself as an out-of-control, incredibly talented, self-destructive singer who turns to the bottle, sex, and anything else she can to hide from her intense inner pain. It sounds like a cliche, and by now it is, but that was Janis--and Bette does her one better. Her angst shines through with great poignancy, even when she is belting out hit after hit, responding to her audience as though she is making love.

Hard living, hard boozing, and bent on destroying herself, the singer has us riveted to her story. Her tearful phone call to the father who never approved of her is one of the high points of the film: Bette pulls out the stops.

Alan Bates is divine as always as the singer's manager, but this film belongs to Bette. If you are not aware of Midler's incredibly wide-ranged talent, this is the perfect movie. It can make you a lifelong fan. By W. Kaplan


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Bette Midler sings herself to an Oscar nomination

The soundtrack for this 1979 film is the most paradoxical album of Bette Midler's career. "The Rose," the album, is arguably the best of Midler's live albums, but the songs are all new and more in the mode of rock 'n' roll ala Janis Joplin than the 1940s boogie woogie and other song types that brought Midler to prominence. As if to underscore the point, "The Rose," the song, plays to Midler's strengths as a vocalist while running counter to all the other songs on the album. It is a beautiful song and there really is a sense in which it is the only true Bette Midler song on the album, because the rest are being sung by Mary Rose Foster, a.k.a. "The Rose," the singer. But overall, the soundtrack is basically the best parts of the film.

With "Midnight in Memphis" Midler proves she could be a pretty great blues signer and "Stay With Me" takes on almost epic proportions as the Rose self-destructs on stage before her hometown audience. The flaw of this album, if you want to call it that, is that these songs are performed in character. You have to pity the person who pickes up this soundtrack without having seen the film and does not understand why Midler's voice goes through some serious deterioration in the final set of tracks. Compare "Stay With Me" with her cover of "When a Man Loves a Woman" and you have a sense of what might have been (or the version on "Divine Madness"). Still, there is something to be said for staying faithful to the film in this regard, which is why it is a pity the concert monologue has been sanitized. Of course, if you have seen the movie then you have to wonder why the tour de force version of Bob Seger's "Fire Down Below," which the Rose does with a bevy of female impersonators, was ommitted from the soundtrack because there is no way it would be considered the least worthy song from the film.

This album was produced by Paul Rothchild, who also did "Pearl," Joplin's final studio album, which certainly explains how Midler manages to capture the Joplin sound during the concerts recorded in the summer of 1978. You have to wonder what sort of demons Rothchild exorcised in putting this album together. The album made it to #12 on the Billboard charts while the the cover of "When a Man Loves a Woman" made it to #35 and then the title song made it to #3 as a single after Midler got her Oscar nomination (how it avoided hitting the top I do not know). In retrospect it seems there was no place for Midler to go but down after her smash film debut, but while she has never had a cinematic success to rival "The Rose," this is the film that put her on the A list of performers, a spot that she still inhabits. Final Note: I always liked "Camellia," the instrumental piece that Steve Hunter wrote as the Rose's introduction music. Like most of the songs on this album, it is one when the images of the film and the music are entwined in my mind. By Lawrance M. Bernabo

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The Best of '60 and '70 - Music Videos



The MusicVideo Collection of ... 'pupovaczlatko'

TOTAL LIST ( 02.05.2008 )
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Important source of modern rock'n'roll, absolutely essential to the sound we think of as 60's rock, was, first, the Blues. Blues began as the music of black sharecroppers in the poor cotton-farming region of the Mississippi Delta, and traveled north to Chicago with the sharecroppers as thousands of them moved north in search of a better life. It was in Chicago that the blues went from acoustic solo guitar music to electric guitar-electric bass-drums combos. Muddy Waters, Little Milton, B.B. King, and Howlin' Wolf were just a few of these important Chicago blues artists.

BESSIE SMITH - St. LOUIS BLUES (1925)
BLIND WILLIE JOHNSON - TROUBLE WILL SOON BE OVER (1927)
SKIP JAMES - HARD TIME KILLING FLOOR BLUES (1931)
SKIP JAMES & ALVIN YOUNGBLOOD HART - ILLINOIS BLUES (1931)
CARMEN TWILLIE - GIVE ME FREEDOM
LOUIS ARMSTRONG - WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN
SISTER ROSETTA THARPE - UP ABOVE MY HEAD
JOHN LEE HOOKER - TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI
JOHN LEE HOOKER - I'LL NEVER GET OUT OF THESE BLUES ALIVE
SKIP JAMES - ALL NIGHT LONG
DR. ISAIAH ROSS - FEEL SO GOOD
BIG MAMA THORNTON - HOUND DOG (1952)
MUDDY WATERS - YOU CAN'T LOSE WHAT YOU AIN'T NEVER HAD
BIG JOE WILLIAMS - BABY PLEASE DON'T GO (1963)
MUDDY WATERS - GOT MY MOJO WORKING (1963)
WILLIE DIXON - WEAK BRAIN AND NARROW MIND (1964)
JOHN LEE HOOKER - I'M LEAVING (1964)
J.B.LENOIR - I FEEL SO GOOD
J.B.LENOIR - SLOW DOWN
LUCINDA WILLIAMS - HARD TIME KILLING FLOOR BLUES (Skip James)(2003)
BONNIE RAITT - DEVIL GOT MY WOMAN (2003)
CASSANDRA WILSON - VIETNAM BLUES (J.B.Lenoir) (2002)
JAMES BLOOD ULMER & ALISON KRAUSS - SITTIN' ON TOP OF THE WORLD
GARLAND JEFFREYS - WASHINGTON DC HOSPITAL CENTER BLUES (2003)
DAVID HONEYBOY EDWARDS - GAMBLIN' MAN
RUTHIE FOSTER - UP ABOVE MY HEAD (Sister Rosetta Tharpe)(2007)



1950's pop music - the "popular vocalist" type such as often recorded in Los Angeles for Capitol Records, Frank Sinatra, Nat "King" Cole, Peggy Lee, Jo Stafford, The Four Freshmen, Patti Page, Bobby Darin, Tony Bennett ...................

PEGGY LEE & BENNY GOODMAN - WHY DON'T YOU DO RIGHT (1942)
PEGGY LEE & DAVE BARBOUR - I COVER THE WATERFRONT (1950)
DEAN MARTIN - THAT'S AMORE (1953)
DEAN MARTIN - MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS (1956)
PEGGY LEE & FRANK SINATRA - NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT (1962)



Rhythm'n'Blues, Rockabilly - "Race" music (which eventually became soul music) Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Roy Orbison, Sam Cooke, The Coasters, Carl Perkins, Buddy Holly, Billy Haley & The Comets, The Everly Brothers, Rickie Nelson, Little Richard, LaVern Baker .............


BILL HAYLEY & HIS COMETS - ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK (1954)
CHUCK BERRY - MAYBELLENE (1955)
BO DIDDLEY - BO DIDDLEY (1955)
ELVIS PRESLEY - HEARTBREAK HOTEL (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - LOVE ME (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - LOVE ME TENDER (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - DON'T BE CRUEL (1956)
ELVIS PRESLEY - HOUND DOG (1956)
SAM COOKE - YOU SEND ME (1957)
RICKY NELSON - BYE BYE LOVE (1957)
ELVIS PRESLEY - TOO MUCH (1957)
BUDDY HOLLY & THE CRICKETS - PEGGY SUE (1957)
DUANNE EDDY - REBEL ROUSER (1958)
CHUCK BERRY - JOHNNY B.GOODE (1958)
THE PLATTERS - ONLY YOU (1955)
THE PLATTERS - SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES (1958)
DEAN MARTIN & RICKY NELSON - MY RIFLE, MY PONY AND ME - Rio Bravo (1959)
CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - LOVE (1959)
EDDIE COCHRAN - TEENAGE HEAVEN (1959)
THE SHADOWS - APACHE (1960)
ROY ORBISON - ONLY THE LONLEY (1960)
RAY CHARLES - GEORGIA ON MY MIND (1960)
THE SHADOWS - FBI (1961)
BRIAN HYLAND - SEALED WITH A KISS (1962)
RICKY NELSON - YOUNG WORLD (1962)
BILL HAYLEY & HIS COMETS - ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK (1972) - Wembley
LITTLE RICHARD - LUCILLE (1972) - Wembley stadium



The 1960's Begin:


THE BEATLES - SOME OTHER GUY (1962)
THE BEATLES - LOVE ME DO (1962)
THE BEATLES - PLEASE, PLEASE ME (1962)
THE BEATLES - SHE LOVES YOU (1963)
THE BEATLES - TWIST AND SHOUT (1963)
THE ANIMALS - I'M CRYING (1964)
BOB DYLAN - WITH GOD ON OUR SIDE (1964)
THE ANIMALS - HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN (1964)
GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS - FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY (1964)
PETER & GORDON - A WORLD WITHOUT LOVE (1964)
BILLY J.KRAMER & THE DAKOTAS - LITTLE CHILDERN (1964)
THE SEARCHERS - NEEDLES AND PINS (1964)
THE SEARCHERS - LOVE POTION #9 (1964)
THE BEATLES - AND I LOVE HER (1964)
THE HOLLIES - JUST ONE LOOK (1964)
ROY ORBISON - OH, PRETTY WOMAN (1964)
THE BEATLES - TWIST AND SHOUT (1965) - Shea Stadium
THE BEATLES - I FILE FINE (1965) - Shea Stadium
THE BEATLES - IN MY LIFE (1965)
BOB DYLAN - SUBTERRANEAN HOMESICK BLUES (1965)
BOB DYLAN - IT'S ALL OVER NOW, BABY BLUE (1965)
BOB DYLAN - MAGGIE'S FARM (1965)
SONNY & CHER - I GOT YOU BABE (1965)
MARTHA AND THE VANDELLAS - DANCING IN THE STREET (1965)
THE BEATLES - YESTERDAY (1965)
THE BEATLES - YOU'VE GOT TO HIDE YOUR LOVE AWAY (1965)
THE BEATLES - YOU'RE GONNA LOSE THAT GIRL (1965)
THE BYRDS - MR. TAMBOURINE MAN (1965)
THE WHO - MY GENERATION (1965)
THE ANIMALS - DON'T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD (1965)
SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - KEEP ON RUNNING (1965)
THE ROLLING STONES - LADY JANE (1966)
THE TROGGS - WITH A GIRL LIKE YOU (1966)
THE ANIMALS - WE GOTTA GET OUT OF THIS PLACE (1966)
BOB DYLAN - LIKE A ROLLING STONES (1966)
THE ROLLING STONES - ( I CAN'T GET NO ) SATISFACTION (1966)
THE ROLLING STONES - PAINT IT BLACK (1966)
THE WHO - HAPPY JACK (1966)
THE BEATLES - PAPERBACK WRITER (1966)
THE BEATLES - ELEANOR RIGBY (1966)
THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS - CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' (1966)
THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS - MONDAY,MONDAY (1966)
THE FOUR TOPS - REACH OUT I'll BE THERE (1966)
DAVID GARRICK - DEAR MRS APPLEBEE (1966)
SONNY & CHER - LITTLE MAN (1966)
PETER ,PAUL & MARY - EARLY MORNING RAIN (1966)
LOVIN' SPOONFUL - SUMMER IN THE CITY (1966)
THE WHO - SUBSTITUTE (1966)
JAMES BROWN - IT'S A MAN'S MAN'S WORLD (1966)
SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - I'M A MAN (1967)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - WHITE RABBIT ( 1967)
THE BEATLES - BLUE JAY WAY (1967)
TRAFFIC - HOLE IN MY SHOE (1967)
THE ROLLING STONES - WE LOVE YOU (1967)
THE ROLLING STONES - 2000 LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME (1967)
BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD - FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH (1967)
CREAM - STRANGE BREW (1967)
TRAFFIC - PAPER SUN (1967)
JIMI HENDRIX - HEY JOE (1967) - Beat club
JIMI HENDRIX - PURPLE HAZE (1967) - Beat club
CREAM - SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE (1967)
JIMI HENDRIX - JOHNNY B. GOODE (1967)
JIMI HENDRIX - FOXY LADY (1967)
JIMI HENDRIX - LIKE A ROLLING STONES (1967) - Monterey,California
THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS - CREEQUE ALLEY (1967)
THE BEATLES - HELLO GOODBYE (1967)
DAVE DAVIES - DEATH OF A CLOWN ( 1967)
THE DOORS - PEOPLE ARE STRANGE (1967)
THE BEATLES - ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE (1967)
PROCOL HARUM - A WHITER SHADE OF PALE (1967)
PROCOL HARUM - HOMBURG (1967)
THE MOODY BLUES - NIGHTS IN WHITE SATIN (1967)
BEE GEES - HOLIDAY (1967)
THE BEATLES - FOOL ON THE HILL (1967)
THE BEATLES - YOUR MOTHER SHOULD KNOW (1967)
THE BEATLES - DAY IN THE LIFE (1967)
THE TURTLES - HAPPY TOGETHER (1967)
LEONARD COHEN - SUZANNE (1967)
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - SOUND OF SILENCE (1967)
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - HOMEWARD BOUND (1967)
DONOVAN - THE LULLABY OF SPRING (1968)
BEE GEES - I'VE GOTTA GET A MESSAGE TO YOU (1968)
THE BEATLES - HEY JUDE (1968)
THE BEACH BOYS - GOOD VIBRATIONS (1968)
MARY HOPKINS - THOSE WERE THE DAYS (1968)
TROGGS - LOVE IS ALL AROUND (1968)
THE MANFRED MANN - MIGHTY QUINN (1968)
EQUALS - BABY COME BACK (1968)
DEEP PURPLE - HUSH (1968)
THE ROLLING STONES - SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL (1968)
CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY - I'M A MAN (1968)
FLEETWOOD MAC - MY HEART BEAT LIKE A HAMMER (1968)
CREAM - WHITE ROOM (1968)
DEEP PURLE - MANDRAKE ROOT (1968)
PINK FLOYD - CAREFUL WITH THAT AXE, EUGENE (1968)
STEPPENWOLF - BORN TO BE WILD (1968)
JETHRO TULL - SONG FOR JEFFREY (1968)
THE BEATLES - LADY MADONNA (1968)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - CROWN OF CREATION (1968)
GALT MacDERMOT - THE FLESH FAILURES (Let the Sunshine In) - (1968)
THE BEATLES - CRY BABY CRY ( 1968)
THE BEATLES - HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN (1968)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - WE CAN BE TOGETHER (1969) - Altamont
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS LIFE (1969) - Altamont
THE ROLLING STONES - UNDER MY THUMB (1969) - Altamont
BLIND FAITH - UNDER MY THUMB (1969)
BLIND FAITH - DO WHAT YOU LIKE (1969)
THE WHO - SEE ME,FEEL ME (1969) - "Tommy" - film
FLEETWOOD MAC - OH WELL (1969)
THE DOORS - WILD CHILD (1969)
THE ROLLING STONES - JUMPIN' JACK FLASH (1969)
JIMI HENDRIX - HEY JOE (1969) - Woodstock
JIMI HENDRIX - HEAR MY TRAIN A COMIN' (1969)
JANIS JOPLIN - SUMMERTIME (1969)
JANIS JOPLIN - SUMMERTIME (1969) - Stockholm
FLEETWOOD MAC - ALBATROSS (1969)
FLEETWOOD MAC - MAN OF THE WORLD (1969)
TOMMY JAMES & THE SHONDELLS - CRIMSON AND CLOVER (1969)
IKE & TINA TURNER - I'VE BEEN LOVING YOU TOO LONG (1969)
THE ROLLING STONES - LOVE IN VAIN (1969) - Hyde park
THE ROLLING STONES - SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL (1969) - Hyde park
DONOVAN - ATLANTIS (1969)
PETER SARSTEDT - WHERE DO YOU GO TO (My Lovely) (1969)
THE BEATLES - ACROSS THE UNIVERSE (1969)
THE BEATLES - DON'T LET ME DOWN (1969)
JOHN LENNON - GIVE PEACE A CHANCE (1969)
ARCHIES - SUGAR ,SUGAR (1969)
DAVID BOWIE - SPACE ODDITY (1969)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - DOWN ON THE CORNER (1969)
MELANIE - LAY DOWN (1970)
THE MOODY BLUES - GYPSY (1970)
CARLOS SANTANA - BLACK MAGIC WOMAN (1970}
CARLOS SANTANA - JINGO-LO-BA (1970)
FREE - MR. BIG (1970)
FREE - ALL RIGHT NOW (1970)
FREE - ALL RIGHT NOW ( 2nd long version) (1970)
FREE - ALL RIGHT NOW (1970) - Isle of Wight
TEN YEARS AFTER - I CAN'T KEEP FROM CRYING (1970) - Isle of Wight
GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - INSIDE LOOKING OUT (1970)
THE DOORS - ROADHOUSE BLUES (1970)
BLACK SABATH - PARANOID (1970)
BLACK SABBATH - BLACK SABBATH (1970)
DEEP PURPLE - CHILD IN TIME (1970)
FLEETWOOD MAC - THE GREEN MANALISHI (1970)
LED ZEPPELIN - IMMIGRANT SONG (1970)
LED ZEPPELIN - WHOLE LOTTA LOVE (1970)
DEEP PURPLE - SPEED KING (1970)
BLACK SABATH - N.I.B. (1970)
THE WHO - SUMMERTIME BLUES (1970)
JIMI HENDRIX - ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER (1970) - Atlanta
DEEP PURPLE - BLACK NIGHT (1970)
JANIS JOPLIN - CRY BABY (1970) - Toronto
JOHN LENNON - MOTHER (1970)
JOHN LENNON - WORKING CLASS HERO (1970)
PAUL McCARTNEY - JUNK (1970)
KINKS - LOLA (1970)
GOLDEN EARRING - BACK HOME (1970)
JIMI HENDRIX - DOLLY DAGGER (1970)
EQUALS - BLACK SKINNED BLUE EYED BOY (1970)
STATUS QUO - SPINNING WHEEL BLUES (1970)
SHOCKING BLUE - VENUS (1970)
SHOCKING BLUE - VENUS ( 2nd version ) (1970)
SHOCKING BLUE - NEVER MARRY A RAILROAD MAN (1970)
CHRISTIE - YELLOW RIVER (1970)
MUNGO JERRY - IN THE SUMMERTIME (1970)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - LOOKIN' OUT MY BACK DOOR (1970)
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - PAGAN BABY (1970)
THE BEATLES - LET IT BE (1970)
THE BEATLES - TWO OF US (1970)
THE BEATLES - SOMETHING (1970)
CAT STEVENS - FATHER & SON (1970)
THE BAND - I SHALL BE RELEASED (1970)
TRAFFIC - JOHN BARLEYCORN (1970)
NEIL YOUNG - HEART OF GOLD (1971)
BOB DYLAN - BLOWIN' IN THE WIND (1971) - Madison Square Garden NY
JOHN LENNON - JEALOUS GAY (1971)
JOHN LENNON - OH MY LOVE (1971)
JOHN LENNON - IMAGINE (1971)
CAT STEVENS & ALUN DAVIES - LADY D'ARBANVILLE (1971)
CAT STEVENS - LADY D'ARBANVILLE (1971)
CAT STEVENS - WILD WORLD (1971)
DR.HOOK - SYLVIA'S MOTHER (1971)
NEIL YOUNG - TELL ME WHY (1971)
GEORGE HARRISON - MY SWEET LORD (1971)
GEORGE HARRISON - WHILE MY GUITAR GENTLY WEEPS (1971)
RINGO STARR - IT DON'T COME EASY (1971)
PAUL & LINDA McCARTNEY - HEART OF THE COUNTRY (1971)
LED ZEPPELIN - STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN (1971)
FLEETWOOD MAC - DRAGONFLY (1971)
NEIL YOUNG - OLD MAN (1971)
J.J.CALE - AFTER MIDNIGHT (1971)
THE BYRDS - CHESTNUT MARE (1971)
JAMES GANG - WALK AWAY (1971)
IRON BUTTERFLY - EASY RIDER (1971)
IKE & TINA TURNER - COME TOGETHER (1971)
IKE & TINA TURNER - PROUD MARY (1971)
THE DOORS - THE CHANGELING (1971)
JETHRO TULL - LOCOMOTIVE BREATH (1971)
JETHRO TULL - LOCOMOTIVE BREATH ( 2nd version ) (1971)
RICHIE HAVENS - HERE COMES THE SUN (1971)
GEORGIE FAME & ALAN PRICE - ROSETTA (1971)
MIDDLE OF THE ROAD - SOLEY SOLEY (1972)
THE SWEET - POPPA JOE (1972)
THE OSMONDS - YO YO (1972)
STEVIE WONDER - SUPERSTITION (1972)
BOB DYLAN - KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR (1972)
AMERICA - A HORSE WITH NO NAME (1972)
THE EAGLES - PEACEFUL EASY FEELING (1972)
STEALERS WHEEL - STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU (1972)
DON McLEAN - AMERICAN PIE (1972)
DON McLEAN - VINCENT (1972)
SHOCKING BLUE - NEVER RELEASE THE ONE YOU LOVE (1972)
K.KRISTOFFERSON&R.COOLIDGE- HELP ME MAKE IT TROUGHT THE NIGHT (1972)
DEEP PURPLE - WHEN A BLIND MAN CRIES (1972)
DEEP PURPLE - HIGHWAY STAR (1972)
DAVID BOWIE - SUFFRAGETTE CITY (1972)
THIN LIZZY - WHISKEY IN THE JAR (1973)
GOLDEN EARRING - RADAR LOVE (1973)
ZZ TOP - LA GRANDE (1973)
URIAH HEEP - SUNRISE (1973)
LED ZEPPELIN - OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY (1973)
THE EAGLES - WITCHY WOMAN (1973)
BOB MARLEY - I SHOT THE SHERIFF (1973)
BOB MARLEY - STIR IT UP (1973)
ROBERTA FLACK - KILLING ME SOFTLY WITH THIS SONG (1973)
SHARIF DEAN - DO YOU LOVE ME (1973)
PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS - MY LOVE (1973)
COCNEY REBEL - SEBASTIAN (1973)
PAUL McCARTNEY - BLACKBYRD (1974)
WINGS - JUNIOR'S FARM (1974)
TERRY JACKS - SEASONS IN THE SUN (1974)
HOT CHOCOLATE - EMMA (1974)
BILLY SWAN - I CAN HELP (1974)
THREE DOG NIGHTS - THE SHOW MUST GO ON (1974)
BAD COMPANY - BAD COMPANY (1974)
BAD COMPANY - SEAGULL (1974)
BAD COMPANY - ROCK STADY (1974)
LYNYRD SKYNYRD - FREE BIRD (1974)
ERIC CLAPTON - I SHOT THE SHERIFF (1974)
JOHNNY WINTER - JUMPIN' JACK FLASH (1974)
GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - LOCOMOTION (1974)
URIAH HEEP - EASY LIVIN' (1974)
ZZ TOP - TUSH (1975)
COCNEY REBEL - MAKE ME SMILE (1975)
COCNEY REBEL - MAKE ME SMILE ( 2nd version ) (1975)
ROXY MUSIC & BRYAN FERRY - LOVE IS THE DRUG (1975)
10cc - I'M NOT IN LOVE (1975)
NAZARETH - LOVE HURTS (1975)
MINNIE RIPERTON - LOVIN' YOU (1975)
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - THE BOXER (1975)
BOB DYLAN - HURRICANE (1975)
SMOKIE - I'LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT (1976)
BOB DYLAN - FOREVER YOUNG (1976)
ERIC CLAPTON - SIGN LANGUAGE (1976)
THIN LIZZY - DON'T BELIVE A WORD (1976)
CLIMAX BLUES BAND - COULDN'T GET IT RIGHT (1976)
PETER FRAMPTON - SHOW ME THE WAY (1976)
BRYAN FERRY - LET'S STICK TOGETHER (1976)
NEIL YOUNG & THE BAND - HELPLESS (1976)
EMMYLOU HARRIS & THE BAND - EVANGELINE (1976)
THE BAND - THEME FROM THE LAST WALTZ (1976)
THE BAND - THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN (1976)
BOB DYLAN - I SHALL BE RELEASED (1976)
JOHNNY CASH - THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN (1976)
BONEY M - STILL I'M SAD (1977)
HOT CHOCOLATE - PUT YOUR LOVE IN ME (1977)
KANSAS - DUST IN THE WIND (1977)
LEO SAYER - WHEN I NEED YOU (1977)
THE EAGLES - HOTEL CALIFORNIA ( 1977)
SMOKIE - NEEDLES AND PINS (1977)
LINDA RONSTADT - IT'S SO EASY (1977)
BONNIE TYLER - IT'S A HEARTACHE (1977)
LINDA RONSTADT - BLUE BAYOU (1977)
WINGS - MULL OF KINTYRE (1977)
WINGS - MULL OF KINTYRE ( 2nd version ) (1977)
SUPERTRAMP - GIVE A LITTLE BIT (1977)
ERIC CLAPTON - COCAINE (1977)
DR. HOOK - WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN (1978)
SMOKIE - MEXICAN GIRL (1978)
GREASE - MEGA - MIX (1978)
FRANKIE MILLER - DARLING (1978)
SUZI QUATRO & CHRIS NORMAN - STUMBLIN' IN (1978)
SUZI QUATRO - IF YOU CAN'T GIVE ME LOVE (1978)
10cc - DREADLOCK HOLIDAY (1978)
GERRY RAFFERTY - BAKER STREET (1978)
ROSE ROYCE - LOVE DON'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE (1978)
J.J.CALE - SENSITIVE KIND (1978)
ERIC CLAPTON - KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR (1978)
JETHRO TULL - AQUALUNG (1978) - Madison Square Garden NY
SNIFF 'N' THE TEARS - DRIVER'S SEAT (1978)
DIRE STRAITS - SULTANS OF SWING (1978)
RAMONES - NEEDLES AND PINS (1978)
ROXY MUSIC & BRYAN FERRY - ANGEL EYES (1979)
BARRY DE VORZON - THEME FROM THE WARRIORS (1979)
STYX - BOAT ON THE RIVER (1979)
J.J. CALE - DON'T CRY SISTER (1979)
POINTER SISTERS - FIRE (1979)
BRYAN FERRY & ROXY MUSIC - JEALOUS GAY (1980)
BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST - LIFE IS FOR LIVING (1980)
SIMON & GARFUNKEL - SOUND OF SILENCE (1981) - Central Park NY
SIMON & GARFUNKEL- BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER (1981) - Central Park NY
WILLIE NELSON - ALWAYS ON MY MIND (1982)
ERIC CLAPTON - LAYLA (1983)
BOB DYLAN - ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER


BONUS


STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - LITTLE WING (1992)
ERIC CLAPTON - MOTHERLESS CHILD (1994)
PERCY SLEDGE - WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN (1994)
ROXY MUSIC & BRYAN FERRY - MAMOUNA (1994)
ROBERTA FLACK - KILLING ME SOFTLY WITH THIS SONG (2000)
RARE EARTH - GET READY (2004)
DONNA SUMMER - MacARTHUR PARK (2005)



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