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Monday, April 06, 2020

Pink Floyd - "The Great Gig In The Sky (Pulse Restored & Re-edited)" [Rock & Alternative]

The Great Gig In The Sky (Pulse Restored & Re-edited)

"The Great Gig In The Sky (Pulse Restored & Re-edited)" music video by Pink Floyd
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Pink Floyd - The Great Gig In The Sky (PULSE Restored & Re-Edited)

Filmed live on 20 October 1994 at Earls Court, London, UK. Restored & re-edited in 2019 from the original tape masters.

Out now: Pink Floyd's 'The Later Years' box set

Included on ‘The Later Years’, a 18-disc box set (5xCDs, 6xBlu-Rays, 5xDVDs,2x7”) covering the material created by David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright from 1987 onwards, with unreleased audio and audiovisual material, including the 1989 Venice and 1990 Knebworth concerts, as well as updated, restored and remixed audio and video, 2 x 7” singles, 60-page hardback Photo Book, 40-page hardback Credits Book, Lyrics Book, 3 x reproduction tour programmes, card envelope containing collectible memorabilia, plus Blu-rays and DVDs in individual wallets.

Also available: 12-track ‘Highlights’ package (2-LP or 1-CD)



"The Great Gig in the Sky" is the fifth track on The Dark Side of the Moon, the 1973 album by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. The song features music by Richard Wright and non-lexical vocals by Clare Torry.

The song began life as a Richard Wright chord progression, known variously as "The Mortality Sequence" or "The Religion Song". During 1972 it was performed live as a simple organ instrumental, accompanied by spoken-word samples from the Bible and snippets of speeches by Malcolm Muggeridge, a British writer known for his conservative religious views. When the band came to record Dark Side in 1973, the lead instrument had been switched to a piano. Various sound effects were tried over the track, including recordings of NASA astronauts communicating on space missions, but none were satisfactory. Finally, a couple of weeks before the album was due to be finished, the band thought of having a female singer "wail" over the music.

As the band began casting around for a singer, album engineer Alan Parsons suggested Clare Torry, a 25-year-old songwriter and session vocalist. Parsons had previously worked with Torry, and had liked her voice on a Top of The Pops covers album. An accountant from Abbey Road Studios contacted Torry and tried to arrange a session for the same evening, but she had other commitments, including tickets to see Chuck Berry that evening, so a session was scheduled for Sunday evening between 7 and 10pm.

The band played the instrumental track for Torry and asked her to improvise a vocal. At first, Torry struggled to divine what the band wanted, but then she was inspired to pretend that she herself was an instrument. She performed two complete takes, the second one more emotional than the first. David Gilmour asked for a third take, but halfway through Torry stopped, feeling she was getting repetitive and had already done the best she could. The final album track was assembled from all three takes. The members of the band were deeply impressed by Torry's performance, but were so reserved in their outward response that she left under the impression that her vocals would never make the final cut. She only became aware they were used when she saw the album at a local record store, spotted her name in the credits and purchased it.

Tags : 1994, 90s, Pink Floyd

Randy Newman - "The Blues (w. Paul Simon) (TopPop)" [Pop]

The Blues (w. Paul Simon) (TopPop)

"The Blues (w. Paul Simon) (TopPop)" music video by Randy Newman
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Randy Newman & Paul Simon - The Blues • TopPop

Randall Stuart Newman (born November 28, 1943) is an American singer-songwriter, arranger, and composer known for his Southern-affected singing style, early Americana-influenced songs (often with mordant or satirical lyrics), and various film scores. His best-known songs as a recording artist are "Short People" (1977), "I Love L.A." (1982), and "You've Got a Friend in Me" (1995).

This duet with Paul Simon is from his album 'Trouble In Paradise' from 1983.

This Toppop recording was made 9 January 1983


Randy Newman began the slow process of transforming himself into a polished L.A. song-crafter on the album Little Criminals, and with Trouble in Paradise the metamorphosis was complete; by this time, Newman could make a record just as ear-pleasing as anything Paul Simon, Don Henley, or Lindsey Buckingham could come up with, and proved it by persuading all three to appear on the sessions. But no matter how polished the arrangements and smooth the production, Newman's songs don't sound like they're ready for radio, and he's too bright not to understand that songs about apartheid, self-pitying white bluesmen, and arrogant yuppies are poor prospects for the pop charts. Trouble in Paradise marked the high point of Newman's struggle between pop sheen and his satiric impulses, and the album is a significant improvement over Little Criminals and Born Again. The targets of Newman's satirical gaze are easy to skewer, and his pen is hardly subtle, but the overall tone is more respectful than on Born Again and the results are stronger. The bitter Afrikaner in "Christmas in Capetown" and the egocentric blowhard in "My Life Is Good" have at least earned Newman's disgust, and while many of the character studies ("Mikey," "I'm Different") and vignettes ("Miami," "Take Me Back") take a less than charitable view of their protagonists, like the losers and half-wits that populate Good Old Boys, they're human beings whose flaws reveal a hint of tragedy. And the closing number, "Song for the Dead," is a stunner in which a soldier explains to the bodies he's burying the purpose behind the war that took their lives. While too slick for Newman's core audience, Trouble in Paradise was his most intelligent and best realized work since Good Old Boys, and his finest album of the 1980s.

Tags : 1983, 80s, Randy Newman

Brohug - "Children" [Dance]


"Children" music video by Brohug
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Dance
Description : BROHUG - Children (Official Music Video)

BROHUG - Children is OUT NOW!

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Swedish DJ and production trio Brohug is the creative trinity of Christopher Lunde, John Dahlback, and Niklas Lunde. Together they create festival-centric anthems designed to keep people dancing.

Having had moderately successful careers as solo artists, they first appeared as a trio in 2016 with the release of the single "In the Morning" on Confession Records. The majority of their output over the next two years appeared on Dim Mak, with releases such as "Giggle Juice" and "Knuckles" in 2017, and "Swag/Vamos" in 2018. They also set up their own label in 2017, Brohouse, which they marked with the release of their Moby collaboration "Natural Blues."

Tags : 2020, 20s, Brohug

Seddy Hendrinx - "We Got Em In (ft. OMB Peezy)" [Hip-Hop]

We Got Em In (ft. OMB Peezy)

"We Got Em In (ft. OMB Peezy)" music video by Seddy Hendrinx
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Seddy Hendrinx - “We Got Em In” feat. OMB Peezy (Official Music Video)

Generation Now rising rap artist Seddy Hendrinx drops new visual for “We Got Em In” featuring OMB Peezy, off upcoming project- Black Hearted Demon. In the video, directed by Khari Thompson, Seddy gives fans a look into the mind of a black hearted demon. His project is set for a spring release and will be available on Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal.
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Representing Duval County, Florida emcee Seddy Hendrinx delivers speedy rhymes, atmospheric production, and thick bass with thoughtful introspection and clever samples. Blending melodic Auto-Tuned croons with trap-styled rapping, he balances hard-hitting street tales with introspection that zones in on pain and darker emotions. Emerging in the late 2010s, he delivered his debut effort, Death B4 Dishonor Loyalty Over Everything, in 2018.

Hailing from Jacksonville, Hendrinx took his name from both Jimi Hendrix and Atlanta trap rapper Future, who sometimes goes by Future Hendrix. Inserting himself into that lineage, Hendrinx kicked off his career with a relatively late start in the game. He began freestyling in high school, impressing friends who urged him to post videos of his raps online. These clips gained traction and word spread, expanding his local audience. Early singles such as 2017's "Fell in Love" and 2018's "Emotional" were followed by his hard-hitting debut, Death B4 Dishonor Loyalty Over Everything, which featured the underground favorite "Safe." The following year, he released the single "Lowkey," which interpolated SWV's "Weak in the Knees."

Tags : 2020, 20s, Seddy Hendrinx

Paul Hardcastle - "The Wizard" [Pop]

The Wizard

"The Wizard" music video by Paul Hardcastle
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Paul Hardcastle - The Wizard (Official Music Video)


"The Wizard" is a song by British musician Paul Hardcastle, best known as the theme tune for the BBC's weekly music chart show Top of the Pops, which was used from 3 April 1986 to 26 September 1991. Later in 1986, the song was released as a single and charted at No. 15 in the UK charts, leading to Hardcastle also performing the song on the show. In Ireland, it was a top ten hit, peaking at No. 10.

Paul Louis Hardcastle is a British composer, musician, producer, songwriter, radio presenter and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known for his song "19", which went to number 1 in the UK Singles Chart in 1985.

Tags : 1986, 80s, Paul Hardcastle

RJ Thompson - "So Right" [Pop]

So Right

"So Right" music video by RJ Thompson
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : RJ Thompson - So Right (Official Video)

Official music video for RJ Thompson's single So Right. Available to stream and download now:

Directors: Ian West & RJ Thompson
D.O.P: Ian West
1st AC: Steven Lee Sinclair
2nd AC / BTS: Ali Hutchinson
Hair & Makeup: Kristina Foster

Produced by Codename Films.

Starring RJ Thompson, Laura Jackson, Amy Foley, Owen Armstrong, Ana Borgia and Robin Ravi.


RJ Thompson (born 25 June 1985) is a British singer-songwriter. Thompson came to prominence in 2014 after touring as support act for UK pianist Jools Holland, performing at venues including the Royal Albert Hall.

RJ has been known to conceptualise and direct many of his music videos, and he announced on social media in early 2020 that he is expanding his filmmaking with the production of his debut short film (title TBA), expected to be released in late 2020.

Tags : 2020, 20s, RJ Thompson

Trav - "You Choose (ft. Tory Lanez)" [Hip-Hop]

You Choose (ft. Tory Lanez)

"You Choose (ft. Tory Lanez)" music video by Trav
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Trav - “You Choose” feat. Tory Lanez (Official Music Video)

Trav and Tory Lanez team up to drop the visuals for their newest single “You Choose”. Directed by Denity.


Travis Daniel Lashley (born Agust 13, 1987), better known by his stage name Trav is an American Rapper, songwriter, Record Label Owner & businessman from Queens, New York.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Trav

Kane Brown - "Last Time I Say Sorry (w. John Legend)" [Country]

Last Time I Say Sorry (w. John Legend)

"Last Time I Say Sorry (w. John Legend)" music video by Kane Brown
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Country
Description : Kane Brown, John Legend - Last Time I Say Sorry (Official Video)

Kane Brown and John Legend "Last Time I Say Sorry" is available now. Get it today!
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Tags : 2020, 20s, Kane Brown

SOS Lo - "Unstable (ft. Sosmula)" [Hip-Hop]

Unstable (ft. Sosmula)

"Unstable (ft. Sosmula)" music video by SOS Lo
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : SOS Lo - “Unstable” feat. SosMula (Official Music Video)

Tags : 2020, 20s, SOS Lo

Holy Goof - "Everybodied (w. Massappeals)" [Dance]

Everybodied (w. Massappeals)

"Everybodied (w. Massappeals)" music video by Holy Goof
Added: 06-04-2020
Genre : Dance
Description : Holy Goof, Massappeals - Everybodied (Official Music Video)

Holy Goof, Massappeals - Everybodied is OUT NOW on Musical Freedom! 

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Coventry, England's Holy Goof produces and spins an exuberant, adrenaline-spiked mix of bassline house, garage, grime, and other styles of bass-heavy British dance music. As a youth, he was raised on hip-hop, and eventually became enraptured by the hard yet funky side of the U.K. dance scene. During his teenage years, he balanced music production and DJ'ing with his championship-winning amateur boxing hobby, even selling his music equipment and turntables at one point. Eventually he quit boxing, however, and resumed his music career, making appropriately punchy tracks with fast, galloping beats and heavy bass drops. Several EPs appeared on labels such as Certified Bangers and Party Like Us Records in 2015, and Holy Goof's tunes gained support from top bassline/garage DJs such as Flava D and Royal T. In 2016, he played in London for the first time, and several high-profile gigs following, including appearances at Boiler Room and Brixton Academy. "Push It," a collaboration with U.K. bass legend DJ Zinc, appeared on Bingo Bass in 2017, and Holy Goof began releasing tracks on his own HGMusic. Having previously appeared on Fabriclive mixes by My Nu Leng and Flava D, Holy Goof mixed Fabriclive 97, which was released in March of 2018.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Holy Goof