La Meccanica Sonora

Thursday February 12th, 2015
by Blind Carre

Tesseract, definitive first LP by La Meccanica Sonora

Tesseract, definitive first LP by La Meccanica Sonora Jazz-rock fusion and psychedelic pop rock band from Barcelona La Meccanica Sonora returns with Tesseract, his definitive first LP. The new album includes 10 tracks that oscillate between classic rock, British psychedelia, groove, jazz and progressive rock without breaking with the essence and freshness of their previous work but evolving
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Bobby Keys playing

Tuesday December 2nd, 2014
by Blind Carre

Goodbye to Rolling Stone’ Bobby Keys

Goodbye to Rolling Stone’ Bobby Keys Saxophonist Bobby Keys dies at 70 (December 18, 1943 – December 2, 2014) of cirrhosis in Franklin, Tennessee, surrounded by his family and loved ones. Keys started playing at age fifteen with Bobby Vee and Buddy Holly. He played on the most of The Rolling Stones albums and toured with
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Lou Reed & John Cale

Tuesday October 28th, 2014
by Blind Carre

John Cale pays tribute to Lou Reed one year after his death

John Cale pays tribute to Lou Reed one year after his death John Cale has paid tribute to his former partner in The Velvet Underground sharing a video with a new version of If You Were Still Around, from his album Music for a New Society of 1982. We can watch archive footage of Lou Reed and a quite emotional Cale on
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Neil Young - Storytone

Monday October 27th, 2014
by Blind Carre

You can already listen to Neil Young’s new album “Storytone”

You can already listen to Neil Young’s new album “Storytone” You can now listen to the new album “Storytone” by Neil Young on NPR. You can listen it both versions: the one recorded with an orchestra and choir of 92 musicians in total conducted by Michael Bearden, arranger and co-producer of the album, and the acoustic version included in the
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Led Zeppelin - Rock and Roll

Monday October 27th, 2014
by Blind Carre

Led Zeppelin new Rock and Roll video

Led Zeppelin new Rock and Roll video To celebrate the re-release of Led Zeppelin IV, and House of the Holy, tomorrow 28th October, the English band has posted today on their website an alternative version of one of his greatest classics, Rock and Roll. It is not a live performance, just images. Bassist John Paul Jones says
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Jack Bruce

Monday October 27th, 2014
by Blind Carre

Goodbye to Jack Bruce (14 May 1943 – 25 October 2014)

Goodbye to Jack Bruce (14 May 1943 – 25 October 2014) Last Saturday 25th October Jack Bruce has passed away at the age of 71 “at his home in Suffolk surrounded by his family, in the words of Claire Singers, his publicist. The innovative bassist and creator of the famous riff of Sunshine of Your Love — that surprised to Jimi
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