“On December 10, 2007, Led Zeppelin took the stage at London’s O2 Arena to headline a tribute concert for dear friend and Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. What followed was a two-hour-plus tour de force of the band’s signature blues-infused rock ’n’ roll that instantly became part of the legend of Led Zeppelin.”
HERE TO PRE-ORDER Audio / DVD & Blu-ray Out 19th November, 2012: http://bit.ly/Q2hjwA
Release New Album “GRRR!”
The track featured in the video is “One More Shot”, which is the second brand new recording from Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, who are back in the studio together for the first time in seven years. (Rolling Stones)
The album was released worldwide today except for in North America where it is set for release tomorrow (Nov.13).
UPCOMING TOUR DATES
LONDON O2 ARENA: 25TH & 29TH NOVEMBER 2012
BROOKLYN BARCLAYS CENTER: 8TH DECEMBER 2012 NEW SHOW
10.31.2012–The Fillmore–Silver Springs, MD
Set 2 (Cover Songs Selected by Fans)
“Help is on the Way” (Grateful Dead)
“Jessica” (The Allman Brothers)
“Girlfriend is Better” (Talking Heads)
“Fool in the Rain” (Led Zeppelin) Part 2
UM Halloween Theme > “Fool in the Rain” (Led Zeppelin)
“Forty Six & 2″ (Tool)
“Money for Nothing” (Dire Straits)
“Thriller” (Michael Jackson) –> “Another Brick in the Wall” (Pink Floyd)
Encore: “Ophelia” (The Band)–>”Miss Tinkle’s Overture” (Umphrey’s McGee)
Video of the Day
Jimi Hendrix live in concert January 9th, 1969 at the Konserthuset in Stockholm, Sweden.
1- Killing Floor
2- Spanish Castle Magic
4- Hey Joe
5- Voodoo Child
6- Red House
7- Sunshine Of Your Love
JIMI HENDRIX WOODSTOCK 1969
In celebrating Independence Day we bring you Jimi Hendrix’s set from Woodstock 1969. Happy 4th of July!
|4.||“Hear My Train A Comin’ (Get My Heart Back Together)”||9:16|
|6.||“Jam Back At The House (Beginnings)”||7:58|
|7.||“Voodoo Child (Slight Return)/Stepping Stone”||12:49|
|8.||“The Star Spangled Banner”||3:42|
Australian acid rockers, Tame Impala, found great success with their debut album titled “Innerspeaker”. Just last week the band posted a video “Coming Soon From Tame Impala”.
Having toured with the likes of Yeasayer and MGMT, they are quickly gaining international attention. They have long done well on independent charts in Australia, and perhaps with their album set to be released October 2012 they will gain even wider recognition in the United States.
Download of the Day
A high quality recording of the band jamming out some of their best songs in the studio.
1: Rock n’ Roll Doctor
2: Two Trains
3: The Fan
4: On Your Way Down
5: Spanish Moon >
6: Skin It Back >
7: Fat Man In The Bath Tub
8: Oh Atlanta
“Feat’s story began in 1969 when songwriter, performer, multi-instrumentalist, and all around colorful character Lowell George, formerly of Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention, set out to form his own band — at Zappa’s suggestion. The brilliant and often idiosyncratic George connected with keyboard master Bill Payne, and, along with drummer Richie Hayward and Roy Estrada, founded Little Feat. They were soon signed to Warner Bros., where Little Feat, in various configurations, would remain for twelve of their sixteen albums.
This initial line-up recorded the band’s first two LPs–their rootsy, 1971 self-titled debut, featuring the classic cut ”Willin,“ and its follow-up, Sailin’ Shoes, which added ”Easy To Slip,“ ”Trouble,“ ”Tripe Face Boogie,“ ”Cold Cold Cold“ and the infectious title track to their repertoire. Upon Estrada’s departure in 1972, Paul Barrere, Sam Clayton and Kenny Gradney (all still in Feat today) signed on, and the rest, as they say, is history…and many more great albums.
Next up was Dixie Chicken (’73), a New Orleans-influenced gumbo of greatness that offered up the signature title track and ”Fat Man In The Bathtub,“ among other delights. The two LPs that followed, Feats Don’t Fail Me Now (’74) and The Last Record Album (’75) served up ”Rock & Roll Doctor,“ ”Oh, Atlanta,“ and ”All That You Dream,“ respectively, while 1977’s Time Loves a Hero offered up, in fine Feats fashion, another unforgettable title track. That same year delivered the aforementioned Waiting For Columbus, forever memorializing their legendary stage prowess.”