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December 16, 2014

New Music Tuesday

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

Paul Simon - Live in New York City
Having seen Simon on a repeat of a Thanksgiving show on Saturday Night Live, which he hosted in a gigantic turkey costume, it was a slight letdown to see him chugging through an hour and a half of his songs, here at Webster Hall in Manhattan, with hardly any between-songs patter. Clearly, he can engage an audience. But he’s even better playing it straight, dishing out songs ranging from greatest hits (“Sound of Silence,” ... full story

Tags: Leonard Cohen, Barbra Streisand, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, Born to Run, Joan Osborne, Barclays Center, Bon Jovi, jerry garcia, phil lesh, Il Volo, Badlands, London, Standing in the Shadows of Love, Live in New York City, Back to Brooklyn, St. Stephen, Rising, I’m Still in Love With You, Marvin Hamlisch, She’s the One, Hallelujah, Used to Be My Girl, Sound of Silence, New Speedway Boogie, Waitin’ on a Sunny Day, Al Green, Abu Dhabi, The Way We Were, Eyes of the World, Neither One of Us, Kodachrome, As If I’ve Never Said Goodbye, Help On the Way, The Promised Land, Munich, Hall and Oates, Born in the U.S.A, Caution, You Are Everything, Slip Slidin’ Away, Chris Botti, Unbroken Chain, Worlds Apart, Warfield Theater, Dublin, Our Kind of Soul, Uncle John’s Band, Live in Barcelona, Ooh Child, Jim Oblon
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December 9, 2014

New Music Tuesday

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

Bruce Springsteen - VH1 Storytellers Qello Concerts recently introduced Bruce Springsteen’s “Unplugged” appearance on MTV, which turned out to be as electric as ever. He comes closer to that concept on Storytellers on VH1, done in spring of 2005. Here, he works solo (except for one cameo by wife Patti Scialfa) and diligently tries to live up to the program’s title. But, as he says, “Talking about music is like talking about sex. Can you describe it? ... full story

Category: New Releases Tags: Bruce Springsteen, VH1 Storytellers, Unplugged, Patti Scialfa, Blinded by the Light, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, Beyonce, Live at Wembley, Wembley Stadium, Dangerously in Love, Crazy in Love, Baby Boy, Naughty Girl, Me, Myself and I, Work It Out, Destiny Child, No, No, No Part 2, Say My Name, Independent Women Part I, Bootylicious, B.B. King, The Life of Riley, Riley B. King, WDIA, The Beale Street Blues Boy, Morgan Freeman, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Carlos Santana, bono, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Joe Walsh, John Mayall, Peter Green, Slash, Johnny Winter, Susan Tedeschi, President Obama, Released, Highlights of the Human Rights Concerts, Amnesty International, Nobel Peace Prize, I Shall Be Released, U2, Joan Baez, Sting, The Police, Joni Mitchell, Peter Gabriel, Jackson Browne, Joan Armatrading, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Tracy Chapman, Lou Reed, Sinead O’Connor, Youssou N’Dour, Alanis Morissette, Bryan Adams, Peter, Paul & Mary, CeeLo Green, Loberace, Live in Vegas, The Voice, Crazy, Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, INXS, Need You Tonight, Don McLean, American Pie, Free Trade Hall, Madonna, And I Love You So, Vincent, Starry Starry Night, Castles in the Air, Everyday, Buddy Holly
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December 2, 2014

New Music Tuesday

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

Eagles – History of the Eagles A history of the Eagles is also a chronicle of the West Coast (well, L.A.) music scene of the ‘70s, when Glenn Frey, Don Henley and company ruled, along with singer-songwriters like Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Carole King. It’s a story about connecting at the Troubadour night club, and of forming a band out of a gig as backup musicians for Ronstadt. The Eagles came to be despised, in part for their massive ... full story

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November 25, 2014

New Music Turkey Day

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

Bruce Springsteen – MTV Unplugged Bruce Springsteen often did acoustic sets within his supercharged concerts—but an entire concert, for the Unplugged series on MTV? Nope. He couldn’t do it. After opening this session in 1992 with a yodelicious rendition of “Red-Headed Woman,” he plugged in and rocked out with a new band (that is, not the E Street gang), and roared through a mix of classics and future classics, from his then-recent solo albums, Human ... full story

Category: New Releases Tags: Bruce Springsteen, MTV Unplugged, Red-Headed Woman, Human Touch, Lucky Town, Thunder Road, The Boss, Festival Express, Janis Joplin, grateful dead, The Band, Flying Burrito Brothers, Delaney & Bonnie, Buddy Guy, Ian & Sylvia, Troubadours, Singer-Songwriter, Linda Ronstadt, PBS’ American Masters series, Carole King, james taylor, Joni Mitchell, David Crosby, Elton John, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Steve Martin, Robert Hilburn, Kenny Loggins, Leap of Faith, Jim Messina, Herman Matthews, Vickie Randle, Deep Purple, With Orchestra, Live at Montreux 2011, Moody Blues, Smoke on the Water, London Symphony Orchestra, Albert Hall, Montreux Festival, Ian Gillan, Ian Paice, Roger Glover, Stephen Bentley-Klein, Hush, Peter Gabriel, Live in Athens, Shock the Monkey, Sledgehammer, Lycabettus, This Is the Picture, Don’t Give Up, Biko
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November 20, 2014

Qello Concerts comes to Xbox 360!

Posted by Nicole Zeitzer Johnson

We’ve been saying it’s coming, and now we can finally say it’s here! Xbox 360 users can now enjoy the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries on-demand!  Today we launch in the US only, but the worldwide Xbox 360 launch is right around the corner. Welcome to the family Xboxers! We are honored to be part of your entertainment experience.   Read more here. full story

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November 18, 2014

New Music Tuesday

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres



George Harrison  -- Living in the Material World George Harrison was known as the “quiet Beatle,” but he was much, much more. He wrote several of the band’s most enduring songs, was among the most adventurous musically, and grew well beyond the Fab Four. This is the documentary he deserves, and it comes courtesy of Martin Scorsese and a multitude of friends (from Beatles to Monty Pythons), family members and other admirers. Between them and the ... full story

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