Still living in the 70’s

Hello!

As most of my posts show, I’m older than my dad, musically speaking. He was a entered the twenties in the late seventies, and I live mostly since the late sixties. So, I’m fond of those bands that today, and with modern knowledge and technology, try to revive the spirit of the 70’s.
One of those bands is definitely Wolfmother. Comparing them to Blue Cheer, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath or even The Doors is somewhat of a cliché nowadays, but, as most clichés, it is true!

Here’s one of their very good songs White Unicorn, preceded by a cover of Dear Prudence (another great Beatles‘ tune) and interluded by Riders On The Storm by The Doors (not the Snoop Dog version that appeared on Need For Speed Underground 2, great memories though :D)

One of my favourite songs by them is Cosmic Egg, it  carries so much energy and electricity!

See you next time, I’ll probably pull the electricity plug on the next post…

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How to easily become famous!

Hi,

It’s not so difficult as you may think, but a little bit of talent in the musical world can be very useful if it’s recognized.

I’m here to present an artist that through Internet made part of the Assassin’s Creed soundtrack (some pretty music for a video game).

Like youtube says:

“In September 2011, Madeline Bell, an 18 year old health science student from California, sang a beautiful voice performance into her laptop in her dorm room and submitted it toUJAMs international voice casting for Ubisofts Assassin’s Creed Theme. During the two weeks of the contest, she was voted into the Top 20 by the public, and a jury consisting of Hans Zimmer (well-known composer for movie soundtracks like Gladiator, Batman, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc.), Lorne Balfe and Simon Landry (Ubisoft) chose her as the winner. Three weeks after her performance, this video was shot, showing Madeline blowing everyone away at Hans Zimmers Remote Control Productions studios.”