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Here is my #1 favorite.
Die komplette Beat Club-Folge mit diesem Auftritt im iTunes Store erhältlich!
Ex-Animal Eric Burdon und die amerikanische Funk-Band War mit ihrer Hit-Single "Spill The Wine" live im Beat Club am 26.09.1970.
The first chart hit of the multi-ethnic band War, sang by short-time member Eric Burdon. Burdon, tired of his parent band The Animals in the UK, joined the Californian jam band in 1969. But after two albums, highly acclaimed concerts and rave reviews in the music press, Burdon suddenly left the group in the middle of an European tour and never went back. The song Spill The Wine was rediscovered in the late 90s as part of the soundtrack to Boogie Nights, Paul Thomas Andersons film about the Californian adult movie business of the 70s. It can be heard during the pool party scene with Mark Wahlberg, Burt Reynolds and Philip Baker Hall.
Before there was space or time there was rock and roll.
Hey Maury, it turns out that there were only two cool songs ever performed.
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
or this one.
So cool song! Lita feat. Ozzy! I LOVE IT!
What? I was wrong? wow.
Can't listen to "Spill the Wine" and not think Boogie Nights.
Here's one of my favorites
Exactly what the title says. :)
The will is not here, the will is at my office next to the hot plate with the frayed wires.
Here's one I've liked for years. A lot of people have covered it. Makes me think of Saturday.
Lowell Summer Music Series 8-14-10 Boarding House Park
With Aztec Two-Step and old friends.
Love those guys Barry. One of the greatest backup bands of all time too.
If this ain't badass cool it hasn't been invented yet. Joan Jett. and the Blackhearts. I love rock and roll. Yes I do.
Rock and Roll
Everybody likes this song. Still cool after all these years.
Released in 1970, Layla is one of the most known and loved rock songs of all time. Originally a ballad composed by Clapton about his unrequited love for Pattie Boyd, wife of his friend George Harrison, with an added piano coda by Jim Gordon, Duane Allman signed on to the project, turning the ballad into the riff-driven rocker that it is today. It was released on the album "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs," Derek and the Dominos' sole album, although an unplugged version performed by just Clapton was released on "Unplugged" twenty years later.
Thank you for 1,000,000 views everybody!
For all you young rock and rollers. Grohl, Homme, Reznor. Rocks a little. Got some other stuff too.
watch the studio performance video/instrumental of this here
Buy the album here : http://buy.soundcitymovie.com/album
This whole Dave Grohl Sound City thing is way cool to me. Here is Foos with John Fogerty. What could be cooler than that? Fortunate Son.
Jimmy Kimmel Live - Dave Grohl, John Fogerty and Sound City Players Perform "Fortunate Son"
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Well this might be actually the least cool song ever but when I was little my cousins and I all thought it was pretty cool.
On Big Tree Records (BT 16061) is BIGFOOT from 1976.
Threads pretty lame.
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
So why even check in? I'm scratching you off my cool list. You drunk yet?
I'm not too worried about it, I'll be back on the list soon enough. And not yet. Don't think I'm gonna drink too much more.
Sorry if you took offense to my sarcastic comment. I do it quite often, mostly because it makes me laugh with how serious some people take things online.
No problemo for me I know you're a funny guy. And I didn't really kick you off my cool guy list. LOL. Speaking of funny did you listen to the bigfoot song misty tossed up. That's funny.
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