Music Lovers: Post Some YouTube Clips 📹


(Mike) #1

Sure, the sound quality can be awful, but there are some incredible performances, clips, vinyl transfers, archives, etc out there that you can’t find anywhere else.

Post something you love :slight_smile:

I’ll start:

In these days of AutoTune, I find the rawness of this performance especially touching.


(Chris ) #2

You have to see this then.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band, ‘Angel in Harlem’ the audio quality is great too.

Angel in Harlem


#3

Corny but likeable


(Chris ) #4

I am also very proud of this. The Great Anne McCue from Australia came to play for us at The Little Rabbit Barn.
I filmed a lot of the close up guitar on my Handheld Sony digital SLR camera as it was overheating in my hands.
It cut out a few times on the night but I persisted and we got this magic performance of ‘Driving Down Alverado’
The audio quality is great too… Enjoy…


(Rene Bouwmeester) #5

Jesus wept.


#6

I wept.


(Mike) #7

That song gets me every time… I just checked and I’ve listened to the original 18 times this year :wink:

Had to go back and see if I could find a live performance by Etta. This and this both have their moments…


#8

As grainy as sandpaper gets…


#9

I’ve both their solo efforts and joint efforts. They’re individually very good, but great together.


#10

It’s not often a classic is done justice by a relative newcomer


(Tom T) #11

So yeah. A couple of years ago I watched this and, yeah, I teared up a little bit.


#12

Thanks for reminding me, awesome clip that.


#13

Callas is God. Period. (That is, to me :wink:.) One note and I’m weeping, time and time again.


(Chris ) #14

Leon Bridges was lovely, that’s the magic of close and personal music.
So in this vein here is something from my friend Sam Millar’s fledgling UK Americana bar.
https://youtu.be/TITvCh_0kSw

Earl Okin. Jazz lovers, stay tuned…


(Rüdiger Hanke) #15

My pick: Paul Wallfisch and “And The Wiremen” playing Lou Reed’s “Coney Island Baby”. Quality warning: audience recording.

Why I love this one? Because I was there that night, and it was a magical experience live there. Glad somebody recorded it and put it out there. Wonderful memory of that night.


(Brian Degman) #16

I’m always returning to this Shakey Graves live session. This song in particular I love.


(Andrew Cox) #17

Grace can’t bear to sing about giving lives in sacrifice and Joe Satriani needed a tighter leash, but there’s nothing about Steve Kimock’s trumpet I don’t like:


#18

https://youtu.be/bfeXPJKOQHE

Callas again. The voice is extraordinary but it’s when you see her that it all makes sense. Nobody comes near her


(Jeff) #19

Wow, that’s about as tame/polite as a virtuoso shredder can be at a jam session. :slight_smile:

I’ve seen him live 3 times as a reference.


(Andrew Cox) #20

A short selection from my favourites: