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Joe Strummer - Love Kills Sound Track & Pictures
26 Apr 2013
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Great quality instrumental of a beautiful song from the movie Mr. & Mrs. Smith! Original artists are Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros With backing vocals!!! Enjoy! Lyrics: I was patrolling a Pachinko Nude noodle model parlor in the Nefarious zone Hanging out with insects under ducting The C.I.A was on the phone Well, such is life Latino caribo, mondo bongo The flower looks good in your hair Latino caribo, mondo bongo Nobody said it was fair, oh Latino caribo, mondo bongo The flower looks good in your hair Latino caribo, mondo bongo Nobody said it was fair Latino caribo, mondo bongo The flower looks good in your hair Latino caribo, mondo bongo Nobody said it was fair For the Zapatistas I'll rob my sisters Of all the curtain and lace Down at the bauxite mine You get your own uniform Have lunchtimes off Take a monorail to your home Checkmate, baby God bless us and our home Where ever we roam Now take us home, flaquito Latino caribo, mondo bongo The flower looks good in your hair Latino caribo, mondo bongo Nobody said it was fair Latino caribo, mondo bongo The flower looks good in your hair Latino caribo, mondo bongo Nobody said it was fair
11 May 2013
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On This Day Find out what happened on August 21 including famous birthdays like Wilt Chamberlain and Joe Strummer; famous deaths like Leon Trotsky; and notable events like the collapse of the Soviet Union
1 Oct 2013
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"Train in Vain" is a song from the album London Calling (1979) by the British punk rock band The Clash. The song was not originally listed on the album's track listing,appearing as a secret track at the end of the album. This was unintentional however, as the reason for it was that the track was added to the record at the last minute, when the sleeve was already in production. It was the first Clash song to crack the United States Top 30 charts and in 2004, the song was ranked number 292 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. In the U.S., the song's title is expanded to "Train in Vain (Stand By Me)"; the words 'stand by me' dominate the chorus. It was titled "Train in Vain" in part to avoid confusion with Ben E. King's signature song "Stand By Me". The song was written in one night and recorded the next day, near the very end of the recording for London Calling. It was initially intended to be given away as a promotion with the British rock magazine New Musical Express. Train in Vain was the last song we finished after the artwork went to the printer. A couple of Clash Web sites describe it as a hidden track, but it wasnt intended to be hidden. The sleeve was already printed before we tacked the song on the end of the master tape. —Bill Price (sound engineer) , "Train in Vain" was added after the deal for The Clash to write a song for an NME flexi disc fell through, and as Mick Jones commented The real story on "Train In Vain" is that originally we needed a song to give to the NME for a flexi disk that NME was going to do. And then it was decided that it didn't work out or decided the flexi disk didn't work out so we had this spare track we had done as a giveaway. So we put it on London Calling but there wasn't time because the sleeves were already done.The result of its late addition was that it was the only song without lyrics printed on the insert, and was not listed as a track. When London Calling was released, many fans assumed it was called "Stand by Me",but the meaning of the song's title is obscure because no train is mentioned in the lyric. Mick Jones, who wrote most of it, offered this explanation: "The track was like a train rhythm, and there was, once again, that feeling of being lost." "Train in Vain" is a love song,with an almost country-and-western lyric that echoes Tammy Wynettes classic, "Stand by Your Man."The guitar riff, in part, resemble the J.J. Jackson's 1966 UK/American hit single "But It's Alright." To any fan of Robert Johnson, the song title to "Train in Vain" is an obvious nod to Johnson's "Love in Vain", a frequently covered blues classic, about a man who sees his lady off to the train, who then departs without him. I was drenched in blues and English R&B as a teenager, then I went to black American R&B with my group the 101ers. Mick had heard a lot of that stuff too, and he had this extra dimension of the glam/trash New York Dolls/Stooges scene. —Joe Strummer , The song has been interpreted by some as a response to "Typical Girls" by The Slits, which mentions girls standing by their men. Writer Mick Jones split up with Slits guitarist Viv Albertine shortly before he wrote the song
5 Oct 2013
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Download on iTunes: ********itunes.apple****/us/album/say-something/id735301547?i=735301552 Tune in to The Voice on Nov. 5th to see us perform this song live with Christina Aguilera! Tour dates and lyrics are below. Thank you so much for all the kind words, and for sharing your beautiful stories. Your comments are amazing. So much love, Ian and Chad --- Stalk us on: *******www.agreatbigworld**** *******www.facebook****/agreatbigworld *******www.twitter****/agreatbigworld *******www.instagram****/agreatbigworld WE'RE ON TOUR: 10/25 -- Von Braun Center - Huntsville, AL* 10/26 -- The Plaza Live - Orlando, FL* 10/27 -- Louise Lykes Ferguson Hall - Tampa, FL* 10/29 - 12th & Porter - Nashville, TN 11/1 - Backyard Stage - Greensboro, NC 11/2 -- The Basement - Columbus, OH 11/17 - Marquis Theater - Denver, CO 11/19 - Kilby Court - Salt Lake City, UT 11/23 - Strummers - Fresno, CA 11/24 - Cafe Du Nord - San Francisco, CA *With 2CELLOS Visit *******www.agreatbigworld****/tour for ticket links LYRICS Say something I'm giving up on you I'll be the one if you want me to Anywhere I would have followed you Say something I'm giving up on you And I am feeling so small It was over my head I know nothing at all And I will stumble and fall I'm still learning love Just starting to crawl Say something I'm giving up on you I'm sorry that I couldn't get to you Anywhere I would have followed you Say something I'm giving up on you And I will swallow my pride You're the one that I love And I'm saying goodbye Say something I'm giving up on you I'm sorry that I couldn't get to you Anywhere I would have followed you Say something I'm giving up on you Say something I'm giving up on you Say something
11 Nov 2013
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Need more? click *******guitardrumlessons.blogspot****/ Jeff Beck legend and hot, talented, one of the best female bass players in the world Tal Wilkenfeld. then only aged 19, takes away the show Crossroads Festival 2007 One of the greatest guitarists in the world, with one of the best and sexiest bass strummers and he knows it!! lol **** Tal Wilkenfeld (born 2 December 1986) is an Australian bass guitarist who has gained worldwide attention performing alongside some of rock and jazz music's most notable artists. In addition to her work as a supporting musician to Jeff Beck and others, she has assumed the role of bandleader of her own eponymous bands, whose musicians have included Wayne Krantz, Keith Carlock, John Beasley and Jeff "Tain" Watts. In 2008, Wilkenfeld was voted "The Year's Most Exciting New Player" in a Bass Player magazine readers' choice poll.
27 Nov 2013
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The Essential Clash is a career-spanning greatest hits album by The Clash first released in 2003. It is part of the on-going 'The Essential' Sony BMG compilation series. The album is dedicated to Joe Strummer, who died during compilation of this album. Track list: Disc One: 1 - White Riot 00:00 2 - London's Burning 02:00 3 - Complete Control 04:10 4 - Clash City Rockers 07:24 5 - I'm So Bored With The USA 11:21 6 - Career Opportunities 13:46 7 - Hate And War 15:38 8 - Cheat 17:44 9 - Police & Thieves 19:50 10 - Janie Jones 25:51 11 - Garageland 27:57 12 - Capital Radio 31:10 13 - (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais 33:20 14 - English Civil War 37:21 15 - Tommy Gun 39:58 16 - Safe European Home 43:15 17 - Julie's Been Working For The Drug Squad 47:06 18 - Stay Free 50:11 19 - Groovy Times 53:52 20 - I Fought The Law 57:22 Disc Two: 1 - London Calling 01:00:03 2 - The Guns Of Brixton 01:03:22 3 - Clampdown 01:06:33 4 - Rudie Can't Fail 01:10:23 5 - Lost In The Supermarket 01:13:52 6 - Jimmy Jazz 01:17:40 7 - Train In Vain 01:21:35 8 - Bankrobber 01:24:47 9 - The Magnificent Seven 01:29:22 10 - Ivan Meets G.I. Joe 01:34:56 11 - Police On My Back 01:38:03 12 - Stop The World 01:41:21 12 - Somebody Got Murdered 01:43:55 13 - Street Parade 01:47:29 14 - This is Radio Clash 01:50:58 15 - Ghetto Defendant 01:55:09 16 - Rock The Casbah 01:59:54 17 - Straight To Hell 02:03:36 18 - Should I Stay Or Should I Go 02:09:07 19 - This Is England 02:12:15
28 Aug 2014
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