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11/08/2018, 01:38

The Doors



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The-Doors
The-Doors


 Hello, I Love You (50th Anniversary)



The Doors released their third studio album, Waiting For The Sun, in July 1968. It was the band’s third platinum album in less than two years, and the first to top the album chart. Since its debut, the album has sold millions of copies around the globe and contributed to the Doors’ legendary canon with classics like "The Unknown Soldier," "Five To One" and the #1 smash, "Hello, I Love You."

"Hello, I Love You" became the band’s second #1 hit when it topped the Billboard singles chart for two weeks beginning on August 3, 1968. Now, exactly 50 years later, The Doors will release a new 7" version of the single with its b-side "Love Street.".

For this anniversary release, the band will use mono radio mixes of the songs that were given exclusively to radio stations for airplay in 1968. This version of "Hello, I Love You" was first available last year as part of The Singles CD collection and is making its vinyl debut here, while the "Love Street" mix is being released commercially for the first time.
10/08/2018, 08:10

Echo & The Bunnymen



Echo-&-The-Bunnymen
Echo-&-The-Bunnymen


 Set to play The Libertine’s Festival




Earlier this year, it was announced that The Libertines would put on their own day (9 September) at Wheels & Fins Festival, an already established festival on Joss Bay Beach, Broadstairs, Kent. 

Now details of who will be playing have come out, and they do not disappoint: Echo & The Bunnymen, Reverend & The Makers, Cabbage, Chas & Dave, Mic Righteous, Lock, and Zuzu are on the bill.

The Bunnymen are one of Pete & Carl’s favourite bands. Fronted by legendary frontman Ian McCulloch, they’ve songs that stand the test of time, and offer spine-tingling live shows.

In keeping with the British indie of the naughties era theme are Reverend & The Makers. Rapper Mic Righteous is a recent addition to The Libertines stage show, having connected with the band since their move to Margate. Chas & Dave have long been treasured by The Libertines, so no surprise there. 

And Cabbage, Zuzu and Lock fly the flag for new bands and show who they’re backing for success.Meanwhile, The Libertines have positioned Tim Burgess’ indie pop-up stage, Tim Peaks, as the second stage. It will see performances from Deja Vega, Average Sex, Blackwaters, Autopilot, Meister and Delights.

Tim Burgess adds: "The Libertines love Tim Peaks and we love them. It was an honour to be asked by the boys to bring our travelling circus to the festival.

Tour:


May


23 - EDINBURGH Usher Hall
25 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
26 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
28 - MANCHESTER Bridgewater Hall
30 - GATESHEAD Sage One

June


1 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
22 - BRISTOL St Phillips Gate

October


12 - DUBLIN Olympia
14 - WARRINGTON Parr Hall
15 - CARDIFF St Davids Hall
16 - READING Hexagon
18 - LONDON Palladium
20 - NORTHAMPTON Derngate
21 - WARWICK Arts Centre
22 - YORK Barbican
08/08/2018, 15:14

Elvis Presley



Elvis-Presley


 “Where No One Stands Alone” features on new compilation of Elvis’ gospel songs




Elvis Presley duets with his daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, on a newly revamped version of "Where No One Stands Alone," the title track from the late singer’s upcoming posthumous compilation of gospel songs.

The two singers alternate and harmonize over the piano and pedal-steel on the ballad, which, in its original form, appeared on Elvis Presley’s 1967 LP How Great Thou Art. 

"Once I stood in the night/With my head bowed low/In the darkness as black as could be," the elder Presley sings. "And my heart felt alone and I cried oh Lord/Don’t hide your face from me."

RCA/Legacy Recordings, which will release Where No One Stands Alone on Friday, paired the song with a lyric video featuring family photos and in-studio footage of Lisa Marie Presley in the vocal booth. 

The footage was shot in studios in Nashville, Hollywood and New York, including two sites where Elvis himself had sang."It was a very powerful and moving experience to sing with my father," Lisa Marie Presley wrote in the project’s liner notes. 

"The lyrics speak to me and touch my soul. I’m certain that the lyrics spoke to my father in much the same way."

"Recording with all that history, in rooms that Elvis recorded his most memorable tracks, with the singers that backed Elvis in his most powerful performances, and with the raw emotion of his daughter Lisa Marie singing ’with’ her father in the same room her father sang in a memory that we will cherish for the rest of our lives, and beyond," Joel Weinshanker, one of the project’s producers, told Rolling Stone in a statement.

The 14-track album also features newly recorded instrumentation and backing vocals from many other Elvis collaborators, including Darlene Love; Dr. Cissy Houston; Terry Blackwood, Armond Morales and Jim Murray (of the Imperials); and Donnie Sumner, Bill Baize, Ed Hill and Larry Strickland (of the Stamps).

"This was his favourite genre - no question about it," Presley wrote in the liner notes of her father’s taste. "He seemed to be at his most passionate, and at peace while singing gospel. He would truly come alive - whether he was singing just for himself and me at home, or on stage in front of thousands of fans."




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