Monthly Archives: December 2014

Captain Fantastic – Live from New York on New Year’s Eve

Posted on: 2014-12-29 in Hot

The legendary Elton John will perform for the first time in New York his carol “I’m Still Standing” starting the year 2015 with an amazing live act from his concert, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
He’ll be choosing songs from throughout his incredible five-decade career, with special attention paid to tracks from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, maybe his definitive record. The list of his classic tracks includes songs that made history around the world like: Rocketman, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Your Song, Daniel, Crocodile Rock, Candle in the Wind, I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues. Let’s not forget the others components of the band: Nigel Olsson on drums, Davey Johnstone on guitar, John Mahon on percussion, Matt Bissonette on bass, and Kim Bullard on keyboards.

With 300 million records worldwide sold Elton John were a virtual it machine, churning out 16 Top Ten, 25 Top Forty singles and six Number One hits. Although, Elton has an impressive collection of awards: six Grammys, an Oscar, a Golden Globe, and a Tony. He’s co-written the soundtrack for one of the world’s most dearest animated musical film produced by WaltDisney (The Lion King) and the score for a West End and Broadway phenomenon (Billy Elliott).

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The 5 best albums of 2014

Posted on: 2014-12-04 in Music

The Guardian readers have been voting for their top best albums through the year 2014. See here what are their intersting snapshot and listen some amazing songs from those winning albums:

1. The War on Drugs – Lost in the Dream

WonDNominated the Album of the Year, Lost In The Dream is the third album by Philadelphia band The War on Drugs and has a 10-song set produced by Adam Granduciel and longtime engineer Jeff Zeigler In the last two years Granduciel spent his time in rock clubs, festival stages and late-night television slots. As these large number of songs shifted and increase beyond what they’d been in the studio, The War on Drugs became a cornerstone for the rock ‘n’ roll band. Adam Granduciel has combined 80s-style rock with 70s kosmische music and has obtained impassionante songs with deep lyrics full of romance accompanied by acoustic guitar, harmonica and saxophone

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