Takes me back to early high school. This and All 4 One’s “I can love you like that” were my favourite songs at the time.
Into the oceans of hell indeed:
Back to Acapella music for three weeks:
Just came across something that’s rather unusual for me: an old Deep Purple recording I’ve never heard before. It appears to have been circulating for a while, but somehow I missed it.
Rehersal footage from the 1971 Beat Club show
Two complete takes of No No No, showing how much they made up as they went along.
Deep Purple stubbornly refused to appear in music videos during the MTV era, so it was a surprise to find they’d made one for their new single.
Except, they’re still not in it I think this is nicely done, though:
The actual cast:
Johnny – STEVE BALSAMO
Bill the Bass – MORGAN LYNHAM
Pete – JAKE POWELL-HUGHES
Crazy Benny – MATT THOMAS
Old Johnny – PHIL JONES (S.E.X.)
Old Bill the Bass – STEVE DOBBY DAWSON (Saxon)
Old Pete – DAI SHELL (Sasafrass)
Old Crazy Benny – STEVE WILLIAMS (Budgie)
The Major – MIKE BUBBINS
June – LEAH COLLINS
Chris Peacock – STEVE FISHER
DJ Ralph – JOSH FOLKS
Nurses – KELLY GUMBLEY & AIMEE THOMAS
Broken Social Scene just released a new album, so that’s mostly what’s on my mind, especially this delightful song (which doesn’t really get going until about 0:50)
I think it’s accurate to say that my favourite musicians are those who can go into a studio, start randomly playing, and come out with something as beautiful as this:
(Drunkness is optional. For a slightly less successful example of playing while drunk, there’s this: