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Alien on Acid said in Dicembre 2nd, 2009 at 14:42

As Tom Waits first noted last month, he will be one of several notable folks featured on the latest project by New Orleans’ Preservation Jazz Hall Band.

Pete Seeger, Merle Haggard, Ani DiFranco, Jim James, Andrew Bird, Cory Chisel and the Blind Boys of Alabama join in on PRESERVATION, a Sony RED Distribution release out Feb. 16, AKA: Fat Tuesday. Brandi Carlile will offer her spin on gospel classic “Old Rugged Cross,” and Waits will lend his arrangement of the earliest known recorded Mardi Gras song, “Tootie Ma is a Big Fine Thing.” Also featured is Louis Armstrong, a New Orleans native; a raspy version of his own “Rockin’ Chair” is included on the new record.

The project will benefit the jazz band’s Preservation Hall home, after the group contributes proceeds toward preserving the historic French quarter.
(Paste Magazine)


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buzz said in Dicembre 2nd, 2009 at 16:00

perfetto Alien prepariamoci 🙂


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B16 said in Dicembre 2nd, 2009 at 18:09


The Flaming Lips are to perform the whole of Pink Floyd’s 1973 album ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ at their New Year’s Eve gig in Oklahoma City.

A poster advertising the gig on states that the band will start playing the album at midnight at the Cox Center.

Also on the bill for the band’s New Year’s Eve Freakout are Stardeath And White Dwarfs, who feature Coyne’s nephew Dennis Coyne on vocals.

The news of the Pink Floyd performance follows Wayne Coyne’s admission that The Flaming Lips have recorded a cover album of ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’, to be released on iTunes in the near future.

Peaches, Henry Rollins and Stardeath And White Dwarfs are all set to appear on the album.


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buzz said in Dicembre 2nd, 2009 at 18:24

pazzesco,non ci sono altre parole


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