that's a tough tag, and i'm gonna try to bring i back to more my style of music. Pearl Jam. this song was a B-Side (I Got ID being the A) (yes, i have it on 45) and also featured on the Dead Man Walking soundtrack (this version). many versions are out there, but i like the one with east indian singer Fateh Ali Khan, who passed away shortly after the song. if you listen to the whole song, you will here the great duet and how well these two artists sang it together. 2 different styles of music, from 2 totally different genres and parts of the world, but it works wonderfully.
not my all time Favorite PJ song, but it's probably top 5, if not top 3....lyric tag: "There's no need to say goodbye"....."The sun will rise another day". What a great song, i chose to share the studio version, as i feel Khan is better studio, then some of the live versions
Last edited by brucered; 07-04-2012 at 08:59 PM.
I'll take any opportunity to tag with Dylan!
Bob Dylan - On The Road Again
Love the dylan, any dylan, especially the album that was taken from "Bringing it all back home", his 1st electric.
let's tag it with another legend and one my favorites, Cat Stevens, aka Yusuf Islam. he came back after YEARS of hiatus and put out Roadsinger a few years ago, a very solid album from start to finish (still have to get the vinyl )
Last edited by brucered; 07-05-2012 at 03:17 PM.
You don't own something on vinyl? Ma foi! Afraid I can't get as deep as you do in your intros, Bruce.
The Doors - Roadhouse Blues
Nice tag, Bruce. So from an original Mod band to a Mod revivalist band. This from their first album called In The City, released in 1977.
The Jam - Away From The Numbers
Last edited by Alias...; 07-06-2012 at 01:49 AM.
nice...let's tag with when they were officially THE WHO, with their 1st little mini rock opera, this little snippet is from Wes Anderson's RUSHMORE, the best dark comedy of all time (if you ask me) and one of my personal favorite movies of all time (Bill Murrays classic in it), with a killer soundtrack (cat stevens, kinks, who, lennon, and on and on)
The Who - A Quick One While He's Away
Last edited by brucered; 07-06-2012 at 05:47 AM.
As I said before, any opportunity to tag with Dylan...
Love the original version of this from The Times They Are a-Changin' album and love this live version from his 1966 tour of Britain. The tour of the infamous judas shout.
Bob Dylan - One Too Many Mornings
My tag -
Paul Weller (from The Jam whose song I previously tagged) covering Gordon Lightfoot.
Paul Weller - Early Morning Rain
Last edited by Alias...; 07-07-2012 at 07:29 AM.
Nice tag. Great song.
I'll tag with Robert Plant. I enjoyed this album with Alison Krauss when it was first released but haven't listened to it in a while. I'll have to dig it out again.
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - Rich Woman