gofundme.com/save-the-in-bed-with-sessions A few days ago all our equipment got stolen. We will not be able to continue with *In Bed with* without your help. Please care, share and donate if you can. We were so lucky to meet Sinéad Harnett at Reeperbahn Festival 2017 and do this wonderful In Bed with session with her. She played this amazing acoustic version of *If You Let Me* for us and covered Frank Ocean's *Self Control* for our *Under The Covers* plalyist. And of course we filmed a super nice classic In Bed with interview. more books and music you will love: on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katrin_bpunkt https://www.instagram.com/inbedwith_booksandmusic/ twitter: https://twitter.com/Katrin_Bpunkt facebook: https://www.facebook.com/inbedwithsessions/ goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/ibw_myfavouritebooks related videos: more from Reeperbahn Festival 2017 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtgEfQp4gOCctkR4xPX5gLLDKcO8YVli_ more artists from the UK: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtgEfQp4gOCfFa35aBWR-0KjjoY2F31LV watch the cover: https://youtu.be/udxBw9_60YQ watch the interview: https://youtu.be/MSO-oBorf9c
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GMF performed by John Grant, Pétur Hallgrimsson, Magda Davitt (FKA Sinéad O’Connor) & Róisín Waters | Icelandic National TV show Gamlársdagsmorgunn | 31.12.2013
John Grant's songs don't mess around: The music isn't complicated, while the lyrics function as darts of retort and thought. His album Pale Green Ghosts is decorated with synthesizers, his voice often drenched in reverb; those tools and textures help make the record strong and everlasting. So when Grant came to the Tiny Desk with just an acoustic guitarist — and wanted to play piano himself — I feared that the power of the songs I'd come to love wouldn't translate amid such bare sounds. I was wrong, and his music was just right. The lyrics rush forward and hit hard. Try this line from the first song he performs, "Where Dreams Go to Die": Baby, you're where dreams go to die I regret the day your lovely carcass caught my eye Grant is known to some as the singer from the Denver band The Czars, but these days he lives in Iceland. He recently helped translate the best-selling Icelandic album from Ásgeir Trausti into English. Pale Green Ghosts is his second album on his own, though he did have help from the band Midlake when he recorded Queen of Denmark in 2010. The two solo records and much of his writings are deeply personal, touching on his sexuality and his battles with drugs and alcohol. Stripped to its core, this material gets even stronger — and here's proof. --BOB BOILEN SET LIST "Where Dreams Go To Die" "Sigourney Weaver" "It Doesn't Matter To Him" CREDITS Producers: Bob Boilen, Denise DeBelius; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Denise DeBelius, Olivia Merrion; Production Assistant: Alex Schelldorf; photo by Alex Schelldorf/NPR
Watch the full episode of The Saturday Night Show: http://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/10258256/ and for more videos go to: http://www.rte.ie/player/ American singer-songwriter and cult hero John Grant performed his hit "GMF" on The Saturday Night Show on March 1st 2014 with backing vocals from friend Sinead O'Connor and her daughter Róisín Waters.
June 3, 2016 by TOM HUIZENGA • Barry Douglas knows a few things about handing down traditions. In this Tiny Desk performance, he passes along the musical heritage of his Irish homeland in the form of old Celtic songs he's arranged for solo piano. Douglas has also been on the receiving end of tradition. If you set up a kind of Ancestry.com for pianists, Douglas could claim a pretty impressive pedigree. One of his teachers, Felicitas LeWinter, studied with a pupil of Franz Liszt. Another of his tutors, Maria Curcio, was taught by Artur Schnabel, whose teacher's teacher was a man named Beethoven. All that training helped Douglas take home the gold medal at the 1986 Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition in Moscow. Douglas starts with the oldest of the songs, "The Coolin," which in its original language (An Chúileann) translates to "The Fair-Haired Girl." The lyric can be traced back to about 1641, while the melody itself, some argue, is even older. He dresses the tune in Baroque trills and a theme and variations format displaying a variety of moods. Two quick tunes follow. The hard-driving "Planxty Dillon" is a dance that dates from the early 18th century. And "The Raggle Taggle Gypsy," of similar vintage, originates in Scotland but quickly became popular in England and North America under alternate titles such as "Black Jack Davy." Douglas finishes with "My Lagan Love," a song of dubious origins yet covered by everyone from John McCormack and Sinéad O'Connor to Pete Seeger and Dusty Springfield. Inspired by the river Lagan in Ireland's northern Donegal (hear the rippling in Douglas' left hand), the song defines the melancholy Irish air, making a direct hit on the heart. Set List: "The Coolin (arr. Douglas)" "Planxty Dillon (arr. Douglas)'" "The Raggle Taggle Gypsy (arr. Douglas)" "My Lagan Love (arr. Douglas)" Credits: Producers: Tom Huizenga, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Kara Frame; Production Assistant: Jackson Sinnenberg; Photo: Emily Bogle/NPR. For more Tiny Desk concerts, subscribe to our podcast: http://www.npr.org/podcasts/510292/tiny-desk-concerts-video
"A Seat at the Table" Digital Album Available Now! http://smarturl.it/ASeatAtTheTable Get the CD: Solange Music Store: http://smarturl.it/ASATTstore Amazon: http://smarturl.it/ASATTcd Get the Vinyl : Solange Music Store: http://smarturl.it/ASATTstore Amazon: http://smarturl.it/ASATTvinyl Directed by Alan Ferguson and Solange Knowles Art and Creative Direction Solange Knowles and Carlota Guerrero Director of Photography Arthur Jafa & Alan Ferguson Edited by Solange Knowles & RussellSantos Produced by Eli Cane
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Miguel covers Jorja Smith's On My Mind in the BBC Radio 1xtra Live Lounge
The following is previously unseen rehearsal footage of Prince & The Revolution from the summer of 1984. It was in this very room at Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse in Eden Prairie, Minnesota that Prince created and committed to tape one of his most beloved and iconic compositions, which six years later would become a worldwide hit for Sinead O’Connor. Prince’s original studio version of ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ is presented here for the first time. Video directed by Andrea Gelardin and Ruth Hogben. Listen now on all streaming services: https://lnk.to/NC2UMP Who is Prince to You?: https://www.Prince2Me.com Annotated Prince Discography: https://www.princeestate.com Limited Edition NC2U Picture Disc Vinyl & Exclusive Merchandise (Available Apr 19-25): https://www.PrinceHitNRun.com