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4 hours ago, ulfi said:

 

 

That's what I call a cool music video! Great production, great music. New Zealand has always had some excellent bands.

I'm a bit over metal having worn out my metal neurons many years ago touring as sound engineer with bands like Bolt Thrower and Damaged but enjoyed this.

Mastered by Samuel K Sproull in Melbourne, Australia - well it must be good then! 😉😎

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11 hours ago, abarbarian said:

 

 

Excellent! Beautiful voice, great song to cover, cool video. It's obvious she doesn't really smoke, it's just a prop. There's even a disclaimer on the YT page.

There's also a brilliant version of the song on YT by London Grammar which actually tingled my music tingly nerve more than this version (although I love this one). Not such a cool video though, just a plain performance video.

 

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12 hours ago, sunrat said:

 

Excellent! Beautiful voice, great song to cover, cool video. It's obvious she doesn't really smoke, it's just a prop. There's even a disclaimer on the YT page.

There's also a brilliant version of the song on YT by London Grammar which actually tingled my music tingly nerve more than this version (although I love this one). Not such a cool video though, just a plain performance video.

 

 

One of my favourite songs 🤩

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I just posted the original hit video in another thread and came across this as a recommendation. It's a beautiful acoustic version:

 

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V.T. Eric Layton

And so it goes, friends. G'night! \m/

 

 

- from the CLASSIC 1973 concert at Madison Square Gardens.

 

The GREATEST ROCK & ROLL BAND OF ALL TIME -> LED ZEPPELIN!!!

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Judy Street doing a live performance 44 years later at  Blackpool Tower during the Northern Soul 2012 weekender.

 

 

 

Northern soul dancers 14 years ago dancing to Judy Street's What.

 

 The 1968 original version

 

Judy Street (born c.1949) is an American singer best known for her popular northern soul single, "What". Born in Indiana, her father was a concert pianist, her mother a flute player in a marching band.[1] After being discovered singing in a bar in Phoenix, Arizona, Street was given a recording opportunity. In 1968 in Hollywood, California she recorded "What", written by H B Barnum and a cover of a 1965 recording by Melinda Marx,

 

Keep the faith. 😍

 

Apart from the back flips I can still manage one full on dance to one or two tracks even now. Mind you I need to strap up one knee well beforehand. 😜

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Great performance. Bad audio, phones don't fare well in that regard.

If you like that, check out Beth Hart, one of my favourite blues singers. Here with Jeff Beck (also a great performance by Bonnie Raitt in the same video):

 

Beth Hart has an excellent live album which I play regularly here:

 

And her latest, Tribute To Led Zeppelin:

 

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