Friday, September 30, 2011

I Can't Help Falling In Love With You

by Hector Diego

Eddie Vedder delivers a rousing version of Elvis' classic.

Alice In Chains--It Ain't Like That (Live 2010)

by Jay Allbritton
Nice to see Alice in Chains is alive and well. This performance is from 2010. The main riff in this tune is unstoppable. I'm so glad it's on display over 21 years after its origin. This riff is old enough to drink!

For those of you in South America, AiC is hitting the festival circuit in November:
Nov 12 - Santiago, Chile - Maquinaria Festival 
Nov 14 - Sao Paulo, Brazil - SWU Music And Arts Festival

"I am Right by Your Side"

by Jay Allbritton
Pearl Jam blazes through this, their twentieth year in business, with another big moment tonight--playing Pink Floyd's "Mother" on Fallon. Their movie, Pearl Jam 20, which celebrates their twentieth anniversary, is in theaters now. I have been thoroughly enjoying the celebration of this band, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains and the broader alternative music that flooded from not just Seattle, but across America from 1989-1994. I'm feeling very nostalgic for this right now. It's hard to believe two decades have passed. As Ed says, "Delight in our youth!"

Here's PJ in their youth.


And here's the trailer for Pearl Jam 20:

Guided By Voices--Glad Girls

by Jay Allbritton
I'm not entirely familiar with GbV. In fact, I was sure this was a Black Crowes song I had missed when I heard it on a podcast earlier this morning. If you're not sure, that's meant as a compliment.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Neil Young--Don't Cry No Tears

by Jay Allbritton
Neil Young is working on a memoir tentatively titled “Waging Heavy Peace”. It's scheduled to come out in about a year.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Lewd Pseudonyms--It's a Hit

by Jay Allbritton
Another standout cover by a band crammed into someone's kitchen nook. The next great trend in American music? Perhaps.

Westboro Baptist Church

by Hector Diego

I have to say, most Baptists would have no truck with these folks.

Tyler Ramsey--Angel Band

by Jay Allbritton
The Band of Horses singer plays a song from his 2nd album for Filter.

Roger Waters & Foo Fighters--In The Flesh

by Jay Allbritton
It's Pink Floyd week at Fallon. Last night the brilliant Roger Waters joined forces with the fighters of foo to play Floyd's "In the Flesh". 



Tuesday, September 27, 2011

It's 16 Miles to the Promised Land...

by Jay Allbritton
Jenny Lewis explains where the lyric that opens Rilo Kiley's "With Arms Outstretched" comes from.

Honey Honey--Sugar Cane

by Jay Allbritton
Part of the The Living Room Series.

Fiona Apple--Shadowboxer

by Jay Allbritton
 Doin' it live.

Belly--Red

by Jay Allbritton
From the long lost John Stewart Show. Man, the 90's were a long time ago.

Rilo Kiley - Hail To Whatever You Found In The Sunlight That Surrounds You

by Hector Diego


We are continuing our year of mourning for the break up of Rilo Kiley.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Grateful Dead - Touch Of Grey

by Hector Diego

It happens to us all.

Warpaint--AllSaints Basement Sessions

by Jay Allbritton
The band incorporates a very melancholy version of "My Guy" into their set. 

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Madonna - What It Feels Like For A Girl

by Hector Diego


Carly Simon - That's The Way I Always Heard It Should Be

by Hector Diego

Here's another one. You can see George Harrison talking to Art Garfunkel off to the side.


Lesley Gore - You Don't Own Me

by Hector Diego

An early feminist statement. 1964.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

CANT--She Found A Way Out

by Jay Allbritton
I dig a good slow build. This track from Grizzly Bear member Chris Taylor's side project CANT is a fine example (h/t YANP).


CANT - She Found A Way Out (Music Video) from n a u t i c o on Vimeo.

The Belle Brigade--Losers

by Jay Allbritton
Puppies!

Circumcising Minors Is Wrong!

by Hector Diego



Doctors in Amsterdam are telling the naked truth--circumcision frequently has medical complications, and is a violation of human rights. Come on, now, wouldn't any infant boy, if he could understand what was about to happen to him, say, "No! Hell no! Don't circumcise me!"

All My Loving

by Hector Diego


Good Saturday morning Beatles people, this is your wild and crazy Beatles DJ Dr. Hector Diego. The local temperature is 74 Beatle degrees. Broadcasting from America's Deep South, this is KTWS Radio. That's www.thewalrusspeaks.blogspot.com on your cyber radio dial!

Even This Conservative Knows The Truth About Cannabis

by Hector Diego


It is issues like these that put Ron Paul on the sidelines in the GOP race for their nomination 2012. Ironically, this is the only issue (well, maybe his position on foreign wars, too) of Paul's that I like. Paul is against funding education, which he insists is not a right. That's the way it is when you vote for one of these guys. You have to decide if you would rather lose an arm or a leg.

Anyway, even this conservative, who is an M.D., knows the truth about cannabis.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Jets to Brazil--Further North

by Jay Allbritton
This year took ten years
to tell me that I'm alone again.
Everything here's about to break.
I'm one inch from all that I can take,
and it's beautiful and sad,
but it's all that I have.
So tonight, let's stay inside.
I'll be the husband with a book for a bride.
Tonight, let's stay inside.
I could play guitar.

Elizabeth Warren Video Goes Viral

by Hector Diego

Here's an article about this video that has gone viral. Let's help it go mega-viral, folks, by forwarding this post to family, friends, and enemies. Here's another article.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

R.E.M.--Country Feedback

by Jay Allbritton
Greatest Hits album out November 15th

Belly--Dusted

by Jay Allbritton
 

Mmm... goes to your heart. 
Mmm... sticks in your head.

Arctic Monkeys--Perhaps Vampires is a Bit Strong (live on KCRW)

by Jay Allbritton
Just found this gem from Arctic Monkeys. Why I ignored these guys for years I have no idea.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

R.E.M.--So. Central Rain

by Jay Allbritton
For many years I was sort of anti-REM. Some of their videos misrepresented the band, but gradually the truth won out and it became very clear that this was a tremendous band with a rich, voluminous catalog. My "discovery" of this early gem long after it was a modest hit for the band in their early days helped turn me around on REM.

R.E.M.--Try Not To Breathe

by Jay Allbritton
I will try not to burden you
I can hold these inside. I will hold my breath
Until all these shivers subside,
Just look in my eyes...

The Airborne Toxic Event--Kiss Off

by Jay Allbritton
The Airborne Toxic Event crammed themselves into someone's kitchen nook for this rousing cover of the Violent Femmes "Kiss Off". 

Florence and the Machine--Dog Days Are Over

by Jay Allbritton
Happy first day of Autumn, people.

R.E.M.--It's The End Of The World

by Jay Allbritton
It's the end of R.E.M. as we know them and I'm kinda sad. If you want a primer on the band, I recommend the work of the good people at The Good, The Bad, and The Unknown, who have a number of great R.E.M.-related lists.

Aerosmith--Seasons of Wither (MTV Unplugged)

by Jay Allbritton
Now that he's a judge on American Idol, the Supreme Court of pop culture that it is, it's clear that Steve Tyler has had three acts in his life. Before Idol, he went to rehab and got his band, Aerosmith (Or AeroSith as I like to call them because they went to the dark side of the force), back together clean and sober and wrote a string of horrible hit songs. Before that, in the mid 1970s, he formed Aerosmith and wrote five amazing drug-addled albums with them between 1973 and 1977.

This is one of the finest songs from the first act of Mr. Tyler's wild life--"Seasons of Wither," performed during the second act on MTV Unplugged.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Young The Giant--My Body (Austin City Limits)

by Jay Allbritton
Speaking of ACL Fest, here's one from Young the Giant, a band my friends Rob and Annie recently got me into.

Foster The People--Pumped Up Kicks (Austin City Limits 2011)

by Jay Allbritton
Thanks to the Austin City Limits festival for bringing their great event to the world live via their YouTube Channel. Here's Foster the People fostering the people.

The Belle Brigade--Rusted Wheel

by Jay Allbritton
From their KCRW set back in June. 

Monday, September 19, 2011

Dusty Springfield - The Look Of Love

by Hector Diego

A classic composed by Burt Bacharach, this song is a masterpiece of understatement. Springfield's husky voice doesn't need much instrumentation, so it is kept spare. Then they bring in a sax that sounds like Dusty Springfield.

1967.

Natz - Rolling In The Deep

by Hector Diego

A great cover of Adele's smash hit.

Etta James - Trust In Me

by Hector Diego


Awhile back the Station Agent mentioned that he liked Adele's "Rolling In The Deep." So I am wondering what the other half of The Walrus Speaks thinks of Etta James' "Trust In Me". A truly great vocal.

The Airborne Toxic Event--Sometime Around Midnight

by Jay Allbritton
I saw these guys for the first time on YouTube's Austin City Limits Music Festival channel over the weekend. They made quite an impression.

Sklar Brothers on Conan

by Jay Allbritton
The Sklars went on Conan to do a comedy set (h/t Max Fun).

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Rilo Kiley--Silver Lining

by Jay Allbritton
From their show in Royal Oak, Michigan, on September 17, 2007--exactly four years ago this very day.

The Catherine Wheel--Sparks Are Gonna Fly

by Jay Allbritton
My favorite song by these guys. Excellent vocal line and melody meets some the finest wah peddle work I've ever heard.

Barack Obama - The Audacity Of Hope

by Hector Diego


Hope. This is something we need more of these days--as always--but undeniably, now. Yet, what is it? A young Barack Obama encountered George Frederic Watts' painting "Hope" in a Chicago preacher's office and understood it immediately: the hope of the world is singing to the Creator even though blind, and even though her lyre has only a single string. In other words, real hope is hope when there is little hope, hanging by a thread. Hope is audacious.

Obama's book The Audacity of Hope is one of the most inspiring books I have ever read. You can listen to the President read his entire book at Grooveshark.

Johnny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down

by Hector Diego

Chastened by Derek's comment on Jimmy Buffett, I give you The Man In Black. I don't find that Cash's music from this period is real fun to listen to, but I suppose that's not the point. Cash is a giant.

Why Don't We Get Drunk And Screw?

by Hector Diego

Get yourself a margarita, and...do you think the Father of Country Music, Jimmy Rodgers, had any idea that the genre would come to this? Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Jimmy Buffett.

Jimmie Rodgers - In The Jailhouse Now

by Hector Diego

Did you know that the Beatles were fans of Jimmie Rodgers? I say "The Father of Country Music" was a genius of melody, and I'm not that big on country music. But I am big on melody. Rodger's music is seminal, and it was John Lennon who said a good song is a good song.


Friday, September 16, 2011

Please Please Me

by Hector Diego

Possibly the best of their early music. At any rate, it's way up there.

Anna

by Hector Diego

Now, that is a great vocal by Long John Silver, of the Silver Beatles.

All I've Got To Do

by Hector Diego

Good morning, Beatles people. It is past midnight, and I am not sleepy. So keep it right here--www.thewalrusspeaks.blogspot.com, your cyber-radio headquarters for the Liverpool 4.

Pearl Jam--Blood

by Jay Allbritton
"Paint Ed big, turn Ed into one of my enemies..."

Ed Sheeran Rocks the Train Station

by Jay Allbritton
Well, his music is very soulful, so perhaps Ed Sheeran soothes the train station is a better description.

Elf Power - Willowy Man

by Hector Diego


I'm reading Tolkein's The Fellowship of the Rings and came across a passage about a "willowy man", when Frodo and the boys are assaulted by trees in the Old Forest. I wonder if Elf Power was inspired by this.

Echo & The Bunnymen--The Killing Moon

by Jay Allbritton
Time to goth out with Echo & The Bunnymen.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

The Catherine Wheel--Judy Staring At The Sun (with Tanya Donelly)

by Jay Allbritton
My conversation with Derek in the comments has sent me on a Tanya Donelly jag. In the course of my investigation, I found this jem--Donelly with 90s guitar rock gods The Catherine Wheel. Delightful.

Rizzle Kicks--You Need Me, I Don't Need You

by Jay Allbritton
Remix of Ed Sheeran's incestuous anthem. Josie Charlwood's version is here. And Sheeran did it here. Surely more versions to come as one of the songs of the summer continues to explode.

Tanya Donelly--Breathe Around You

by Jay Allbritton
Here's a more recent look at Tanya Donelly rocking a post-grunge sound on Jools Holland's program.

Rockin' Birthday Party featuring Hail Mary Mallon, Kimya Dawson, and Your Heart Breaks

by Jay Allbritton
Billed as "an undisclosed backyard location somewhere in sector F-9, alpha D-34G, Ursa Quadrant." Seems like fun.

The Beatles - Full Album

by Hector Diego


Kick back. It's one hour, thirty-three minutes, and thirty-eight seconds.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Belly--Feed the Tree

by Jay Allbritton
 

So take your hat off, boy, when you're talking to me
And be there when I feed the tree

Kimya Dawson--All I Could Do

by Jay Allbritton
Kimya Dawson (tumblr account here) previews a song from her upcoming album, Thunder Thighs, which is due out October 25th, for some chickens. Look for a cute cameo from Panda at the end.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

First Aid Kit--Our Own Pretty Ways

by Jay Allbritton
This Swedish sister act is on tour with Bright Eyes now. Their new album will be produced by Bright Eyes very own Mike Mogis. Look for that in January of 2012, should be a very special album, considering the firepower these two bring with their incredible voices.

Tegan & Sara--Living Room

by Jay Allbritton
Reconfigured in the Moog sound Lab. Sure, why not?

Jenny Lewis - You Are What You Love

by Hector Diego


This song always cheers me up.

The Juliana Hatfield Three--Little Pieces

by Jay Allbritton
 

And on and on it goes. 
Nobody knows. 
My heart's on fire, but my blood is frozen. 

Monday, September 12, 2011

Tori Amos--Losing My Religion

by Jay Allbritton
The new album from Tori Amos can be streamed in its entirity over at NPR's First Listen site (h/t Stacy). The album is called Night Of Hunters, and it is one of Amos's most ambitious projects.

Here's Amos covering REM's "Losing My Religion" on VH-1, back in the day.

U2--Love is Blindness

by Jay Allbritton
Jack White will be covering this song on an upcoming tribute to U2's Achtung Baby album, which is 20 years old this year. Best idea I've heard all day.

Here's U2 doing it for the people of Sydney in grand fashion.

Liz Phair--6'1

by Jay Allbritton
Here's a live look at Liz Phair from last month.

All My Loving

by Hector Diego


Beloved of generations.

R Kelly - I Believe I Can Fly

by Hector Diego


This one goes out to the Right Reverend Richard Warfield, pastor of the Psychelic Church, out in Wimberley, Vor-Texas.

I like the om at the end.

Elliott Smith--Division Day

by Jay Allbritton
 The late great...

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Creedence - Long As I Can See The Light

by Hector Diego


Put a candle in the window.

Creedence - Have You Ever Seen The Rain?

by Hector Diego


Where were you?

Who Is Needed Here?

by Hector Diego


You can't read it in the image above, but I have seen it larger in You Tube. The book is the Holy Bible. In other words, only certain people are needed in the National Guard. Not Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, or Jews. And certainly--God forbid--not atheists. Only Christians.

Is this any way to commemorate 9/11?

9/11 Attack From Space

by Hector Diego


The Station Agent would not emphasize religion in the attack of 9/11. I would. But neither of us would ever separate politics from religion, because that is impossible.

The Falling Man

by Hector Diego

This is my ten year remembrance. I can't take it anymore.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

The Civil Wars--Between the Bars

by Jay Allbritton
It's nice to know that from now until the end of time, quality musicians will be playing the music of Elliott Smith.

Mumford And Sons - Homeless

by Hector Diego


I had never heard of Mumford and Sons, until the Station Agent informed me that they would be on the bill with Neil Young, Eddie Vedder, Jenny Lewis, and other stars for the annual Bridge School benefit concert. Mumford and Sons--not bad at all.

Paul And Julian Discuss John

by Hector Diego


Julian saw his father as a "wise uncle."

All My Loving

by Hector Diego


Good morning Beatles people. This performance of "All My Loving" captures the excitement of their live show. The treble on George's instrument needs adjustment, but the harmonies are clearly in good form.

It is now 10 AM on this fine Saturday morning. Keep it right here to www.thewalrusspeaks.blogspot.com on your cyber radio dial.

Lauren O'Connell - O Death

by Hector Diego

In a just and sane world, Lauren would be a superstar. She is, with me.

Friday, September 09, 2011

Alex Clare--Relax My Beloved

by Jay Allbritton
Yet another British musician bursts onto the scene in a big way. This is becoming a daily occurrence. In the last few months I've "discovered" tons of great music new music from the UK.

Los Campesinos--By Your Hand

by Jay Allbritton
UK rock group Los Campesinos! have a new record coming out in November, and this is the first single. It took me a minute to get up to speed with the new material, but I like it. NME has a few UK tour dates posted as well.

The Doors - Ghost Song

by Hector Diego

Listen.

My Terrible Friend - When I Decide

by Hector Diego

Let's continue a bit more with My Terrible Friend. They are incredibly talented.

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Lauren O'Connell And Nataly Dawn - The Daylight Here

by Hector Diego

Not true, Station Agent (see below). We posted this duo back in April, 2010, performing the "The Daylight Here". It's lovely.

My Terrible Friend--The Daylight Here

by Jay Allbritton
Dr. Diego and I have been posting Pomplamoose and Nataly Dawn videos for some time now. But, we did not know that Ms. Dawn had another excellent project called My Terrible Friend, a collaboration with Lauren O'Connell, a solo artist with two records of her own.

Thanks go out to Derek, who mentioned My Terrible Friend in a recent comment. Thanks Derek. The more Nataly Dawn we get, the better.

Crowded House--Twice If You're Lucky

by Jay Allbritton
 By suggestion from reader/listener Derek. Great stuff, Derek.

John Astin - Love, Serve, And Remember

by Hector Diego

I found a version of this song without images advertising a company, so I am posting it. I know that we have all lived many lives. We should ask ourselves, why?

John Astin has the answer.

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

The Petebox--Where is My Mind

by Jay Allbritton
Continuing with the trend of loopers--here is The Petebox doing "Where is My Mind" by the Pixies.

Bohemian Rhapsody

by Hector Diego


It was Freddie Mercury's birthday the other day. It took me awhile to warm up to this stuff, but eventually I recognized it--the guy was a genius.

My Favorite Song Of The 90's

by Hector Diego

OK, so this is from 1986, but I didn't hear it until the 90's, because I didn't listen to the radio much in the 80's, either. In '94 or so, the song was featured in Steven King's The Stand. So it's my favorite song of the 90's.

Sometime I will explain why I stopped listening to the radio in 1972--with a few exceptional interludes--but not now, because it is a dreary tale and sort of cruel. I will admit that I did miss out on some good stuff, which I have since caught up on. Like "Don't Dream It's Over".


Celene Dion - My Heart Will Go On

by Hector Diego

Cheesy. Over the top. Rolling Stone's #7 worst song of the 90's. I like it, sometimes. The Station Agent deplores it. There's no accounting for taste.

Aqua - Barbie Girl

by Hector Diego

Rolling Stone has pronounced "Barbie Girl" the worst song of the 90's. I didn't listen to the radio in the 90's, but I did hear this one in passing. If I had paid attention to the lyrics I might have found it amusing. I just have one comment to make. Barbie has a reputation for being pretty and dumb (and of course, her impossible figure, as if she had been stretched upon a rack in some medieval dungeon). But although dudes may want a woman who looks like Barbie, their desire for her to be intelligent or not depends upon the level of their own intelligence. There are definitely exceptions to this, but I'm just saying.

Barbie is simulacrum on steroids. She is a metaphor for everything about men's taste in women that women do not like, but the irony is that most males do not attribute an empty mind to Barbie. Perhaps it is because we are the ones with the empty minds, I don't know; my point is that women invented the Barbie of metaphor and in this sense she is pure simulacrum. Anyway, the music is stupid, the lyrics are amusing or outrageous, depending on your point of view, and what else can we expect from corporate radio? It's being run by Ken.

What's up with Ken's hair?

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

St. Vincent--Cruel

by Jay Allbritton
Annie Clark took her stylistic shredding and ambient layers to Letterman last night.

Ed Sheeran--Wayfaring Stranger

by Jay Allbritton
I've been enjoying Ed Sheeran's YouTube videos for a few days now. So much so that it was time to buy the man's record. Only, here's the thing, it's not out yet. That situation will be rectified on Sept. 12 when + is released in the UK. Hopefully this will be available in the US on that date as well. In the meantime, here's his cover of a song I've never heard that sounds amazing. Hmm... despite the note on his YouTube videos calling + his debut, this album seems to exist. Maybe we're talking about a major label (Atlantic) debut.

Nataly Dawn--Superman's Song

by Jay Allbritton
The wondrous Nataly Dawn (h/t Kayfabe).

Fall TV Preview--Community

by Jay Allbritton
NBC's Community has become one of my all time favorite shows. The third season begins September 22. Two of the stars of the show--Joel McHale and Alison Brie--recently spoke to Collider.Com about the upcoming season.

The Weepies - Nobody Knows Me

by Hector Diego

One commentator wrote, "I wish this song wasn't so short." My sentiments exactly. And that is a great achievement for any composer.

Ed Sheeran--You Need Me, I Dont Need You

by Jay Allbritton
Here's another outstanding looper. In fact, the previous looper I posted, Josie Charlwood, covers this song here.

Tegan And Sara - Call It Off

by Hector Diego

The Station Agent is quite fond of these two, talented women. I like this song a lot.

Monday, September 05, 2011

Tallest Man on Earth--These Days

by Jay Allbritton
Nice Jackson Browne cover, man who is clearly not the tallest.

The Ditty Bops - Walk Or Ride

by Hector Diego

Everything about this duo is cute.

Abbey Road

by Hector Diego

Hey man. The whole thing.

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Norah Jones--Cry, Cry, Cry

by Jay Allbritton
Norah Jones goes country on this Johnny Cash cover at Glastonbury.

Jenny Owen Youngs--Tell Me Why

by Jay Allbritton
Jenny Owen Youngs takes a breezy pass at Neil Young's "Tell Me Why".

Jaya Radhe

by Hector Diego

Today is Radhastami.

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Pearl Jam and Robert Plant--Going to California

by Jay Allbritton
This is an ironic little jam session between two generations of rock royalty. Ironic because Pearl Jam's "Given to Fly" was dismissed by several critics as a rip-off of "Going to California" when it was released in 1998. Clearly there are no hard feelings. Well, someone needs to catch up with Page and ask him, I guess.

Barry Goldwater - A True Conservative

by Hector Diego

"Every good Christian should line up and kick Jerry Falwell's ass."

How dangerously fanatic has our political scene become on the issue of religion? Well, do you know about the American Family Association? You should, because they are in bed and doing 69 with presidential candidate, Texas Gov. Rick Perry. This group believes that religious liberty guaranteed in our Constitution is meant only for Christians--and of course, Catholics and Mormons are not Christians. So Buddhists and Hindus, naturally, can go jump in a lake of hell fire. No pun intended, but we are in for one hell of an election season because politicians are now wearing their faith on their sleeves. This is not true conservatism, it is not what our Founding Fathers intended at all. What would 1964 Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater say about all of this? He said, "Every good Christian should line up and kick Jerry Falwell's ass." For more of Goldwater's views on religion in politics, click here.

Friday, September 02, 2011

Josie Charlwood--Feel Good Inc

by Jay Allbritton
I'm in shock at how good this is. Forget the song, which is a very good cover of Gorillaz "Feel Good Inc" and focus, if you will, on the process. This is one person performing about a dozen tracks at once. I've messed with loops for decades and this is just a massive revelation of how it can be done. Josie is incredible.

U2 - In A Little While

by Hector Diego



Obama Politicizing 9/11?

by Hector Diego


Some conservatives are claiming that Obama's call for American volunteers to honor victims of the 9/11 attacks is politically motivated. Really? George W. Bush made the same call. So, when a Republican does it, it is not political? I don't think it was political for either President, merely decent. The latest attacks on Obama and his volunteer call is simply outrageous.


Thursday, September 01, 2011

My Morning Jacket on KCRW

by Jay Allbritton
The great My Morning Jacket played their recent album Circuital in its entirety for 250 people and KCRW's cameras.

KT Tunstall

by Hector Diego

A fine cover of the Jackson 5's "I Want You Back".

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