Clássico do Cream? Na Batalha de Bandas da ELVM nós temos! "White Room" com a banda Colours ,formada por alunos de nossa escola! Yeah!
1 hour ago
Amigos, hoje tem show da @thecoquetelblue na rua 14 de Julho (esq. com a Barão)
As 17 horas!
Num projeto bem bacana chamado Reviva Cultura.
Vai ser bacana ocupar uma rua do centro com música ao vivo e brincar de cidade grande hahahahhahaja Apareçam lá, chamem os amigos, espalhem a mensagem.
Foto @francisco.guitti .
6 hours ago
てことでfor your loveのポップ路線に嫌気が差したクラプトンはブルーズ探究の旅に出るわけだけど、今にして思えば、ブルース・ピュアリストのECが聴けるのはbluesbreakers時代だけってとこがね(笑)
Dedicationghz to/re/* * (&) My Petitioning for Retainership in Courts/* of Milord/*:
I could petition such as: "If I have magic et al, I can (also) be on the field, & so on, & if not, I can be there as a General, or Something(s)(ghz)(*) -- ... *pic.twitter.com/inx4FicVJv
Eric Clapton Performing “Hey Hey” Unplugged. DescriptionUnplugged is a 1992 album by Eric Clapton, recorded at Bray Studios, England in front of an audience for the MTV Unplugged television series. It includes a version of the successful 1991 single "Tears in Heaven" and an acoustic version of "Layla".
Es domingo, casi anochece y la lluvia golpeando en las ventanas parece una amenaza que no se detendrá nunca💦💤🌧️☔ así que nada mejor que pasarlo escuchando a un clásico al calor de la leña y soñar con ir detrás del Sol
John Lennon played what would be his last ever gig this day in 1969 in the UK when he appeared at the Lyceum Ballroom,London, with the Plastic Ono Band in a UNICEF ‘Peace For Christmas’ benefit. George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Delaney and Bonnie, Billy Preston and The Who’s drummer all took part. https://droptopimages.co.uk/product-category/john-lennon/
re attached img & p. memorabilia (@alexbesher aka 'dad'/*)
* pose as 'authorities', for damages, & have no skills & corruption/incompetence -- public health & safety r damaged/* (†)
'Dad' showed me a movie about a @EU dark ages town in plague times - a boy hid his plague &∀†pic.twitter.com/FOKfQtKw4j
Eric Clapton & Mark Knopfler Performing “I Think I Love You Too Much” After cutting a demo tape, Dire Straits found a champion in BBC disc jockey Charlie Gillett, who began playing their demo on his show, attracting the attention of manager Ed Bicknell and Polygram A&R man John Stainze. Bicknell took Dire Straits under his wing and Stainze signed the group to Polygram's progressive and hard rock subsidiary Vertigo Records; Warner Bros. picked up the band for U.S. distribution. Dire Straits' self-titled debut album was released in the fall of 1978, and the song "Sultans of Swing" became a surprise hit single in both America and the U.K.; the album followed it into the charts, as the group's clean, expert playing, and Knopfler's deft lead guitars, Dylanesque vocals, and evocative songs won the band airplay on pop and classic rock playlists. It was the first of a long string of successes for Dire Straits, and while the lineup would shift frequently over the group's lifespan -- Mark Knopfler and John Illsley would prove to be the group's only constants -- between 1978 and 1995 the group was a top concert draw and a frequent presence on radio and record charts; their landmark 1985 album Brothers in Arms sold over nine million copies in the United States alone, and was the top-selling CD of the '80s in the U.K.
cream photographed in scotland for the cover of “disraeli gears”, 1967, by robert whittaker 🌈🌿
3 days ago
Taste Performing “What’s Going On” Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival 1970. Before becoming a solo star, Rory Gallagher fronted the blues-rock trio Taste, which experienced reasonable success in the U.K. in the late '60s and early '70s. Taste was molded very much on the model of Cream, adding some folk, pop, and jazz elements to a blues-rock base, and featuring a virtuosic guitarist. They weren't in the same league as Cream, particularly in the songwriting department, and were (like Cream) prone to occasional blues-rock bombast. But they weren't a bad band in their own right, exhibiting a lighter touch than most British blues boom outfits.
Here’s My Second Upload Peter Green Performing “Albatross” | One Of My Favorite Instrumentals. “Albatross” is the only Fleetwood Mac composition with the distinction of having inspired a Beatles song, “Sun King” from 1969's Abbey Road. One of the earliest uses of the tune was on the soundtrack for the Rainer Werner Fassbinder sci-fi virtual reality film Welt am Draht (usually translated as World on a Wire). An albatross is a bird that sailors believed brought bad luck, hence the expression "An albatross around your neck." The albatross appears in the poem The Rhyme Of The Ancient Mariner by Samuel Coleridge. Fleetwood Mac guitarist Peter Green read the poem as a child, which gave him the idea for the song.
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Alphie’s top songs for 1967: Wind Cries Mary, To Sir with Love, Light my Fire. Thinks the Stones are overrated and Cream is underrated.
Excited to share this item from my #etsy shop: The YardBirds 20 Greatest Hits/Released by Babylon/ West Germany/Late 1970’s /https://etsy.me/2rCQJG9
Just Listed! One of the greatest bands of ALL time w/ #EricClapton#JimmyPage#JeffBeck !20% off of everything in my shop! Come by!pic.twitter.com/rtN73jm3UG
23 hours ago
Bruce Springsteen - Cover Me 👖🎸
Jamming with the first 2 new pedals I’ve bought in a couple years.
Gear @fender American Strat
I have both channels stacked on the Supreme pedal and on the Polara I’m on the room setting .
5 hours ago
Clapton & Jagger in 1988 by Pattie Boyd
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