Red Hot Chili Peppers Around The World

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Red Hot Chili Peppers Around The World

All around the world
We could make time
Rompin’ and a stompin’
‘Cause I’m in my prime

Born in the north
And sworn to entertain ya
‘Cause I’m down for
The state of Pennsylvania

I try not to whine
But I must warn ya
‘Bout the motherfuckin’ girls
From California

Alabama baby
Said hallelujah
Good god girl
I wish I knew ya

I know I know for sure
That life is beautiful around the world
I know I know it’s you
You say hello and then I say I do

Come back baby
‘Cause I’d like to say
I’ve been around the world
Back from Bombay

Fox hole love
Pie in your face
Living in and out
Of a big fat suitcase

Bonafide ride
Step aside my Johnson
Yes I could
In the woods of Wisconsin

Wake up the cake
It’s a lake she’s kissin’ me
As they do when
When they do in Sicily

I know I know for sure
That life is beautiful around the world
I know I know it’s you
You say hello and then I say I do

Where you want to go
Who you want to be
What you want to do
Just come with me

I saw God
And I saw the fountains
You and me girl
Sittin’ in the Swiss mountains

Me Oh My O
Me and Guy O
Freer than a bird
‘Cause we’re rockin’ Ohio

Around the world
I feel dutiful
Take a wife
‘Cause life is beautiful

I know I know for sure
Ding, dang, dong, dong, deng, deng, dong, dong, ding, dang.
I know I know it’s you
Ding, dang, dong, dong, deng, deng, dong, dong, ding, dang.

Mother Russia do not suffer
I know you’re bold enough
I’ve been around the world
And I have seen your love
I know I know it’s you

You say hello then I say I do

All Time Low – Walk off the Earth (Jon Bellion Cover)

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All Time Low – Walk off the Earth (Jon Bellion Cover)

I was the knight in shining armor in your movie
Would put your lips on mine and love the aftertaste
Now I’m a ghost, I call your name, you look right through me
You’re the reason I’m alone and masturbateI, (I, I) I’ve been trying to fix my pride
But that shit’s broken, that shit’s broken
Lie, (lie, lie) lie, l-lie I tried to hide
But now you know itThat I’m at an all time
Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low
Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low
Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low
Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low

I was the prototype like 3 Stacks on that CD
An example of the perfect candidate
Now all your girlfriends say that you don’t want to see me
You’re the reason that I just can’t concentrate

I, (I, I) I’ve been trying to fix my pride
But that shit’s broken, that shit’s broken
Lie (lie, lie), lie, l-lie I tried to hide
But now you know it

That I’m at an all time
Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low
Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low
Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low
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Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low

I, I’ve been trying to fix my pride
But that shit’s broken, that shit’s broken
Lie, lie, l-lie and try to hide
But now you know it
That I’m at an all time
Low, low, low, low, low, low—low, low
Low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low
Low, low—low, low
Low, low, low, low, low, low
Low, low, low, low, low
Lie, l-lie, I try to hide
But now you know it
That I’m at an all time…

LOW
LOW
LIE, Lie, l-lie I tried to hide
But now you know it
That I am at an all time low
That I am at an all time low
That I am at an all time low
That I am at an all time low
That I am at an all time low
That I am at an all time low
That I am at an all time

Jessie J – ‘Do It Like A Dude’

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Jessie J – ‘Do It Like A Dude’

“Do It Like A Dude”

Hey hey hey hey hey hey hey…
J-J-J-J-Jessie J

Stomp stomp I’ve arrived
Drop the beat, nasty face
Why you lookin’ at me?

Flyin’ flyin’ flyin’ flyin’ through the sky
In my spaceship
I’m an alien tonight

Dirty dirty dirty dirty dirty dirty sucker
You think I can’t get hood like you, you motherfucker

I can do it like a brother
Do it like a dude
Grab my crotch, wear my hat low like you

Do it like a brother
Do it like a dude
Grab my crotch, wear my hat low like you

We can do it like the man’dem, man’dem. Hey.
We can do it like the man’dem,
Sugar sugar sugar
We can do it like the man’dem, man’dem. Hey.
We can do it like the man’dem,
Sugar sugar sugar

Bong, bong, hey, pour me a beer
No pretty drinks, I’m a guy out here
Rollin’ rollin’ rollin’ rollin’ money like a pimp
My B I T C H’s on my dick like this

Dirty dirty dirty dirty dirty dirty sucker
You think I can’t get hood like you, you motherfucker

I can do it like a brother
Do it like a dude
Grab my crotch, wear my hat low like you

Do it like a brother
Do it like a dude
Grab my crotch, wear my hat low like you

We can do it like the man’dem, man’dem. Hey.
We can do it like the man’dem,
Sugar sugar sugar
We can do it like the man’dem, man’dem. Hey,
We can do it like the man’dem,
Sugar sugar sugar

Boys – come, come say what you wanna
Boys – you, you need to lick my dollar
Boys g-getting hot under the collar
Holler holler whoa

Boys – come, come say what you wanna
Boys – you, you need to lick my dollar
Boys g-getting hot under the collar
Holler holler whoa

I can do it like a brother
Do it like a dude
Grab my crotch, wear my hat low like you

Do it like a brother
Do it like a dude
Grab my crotch, wear my hat low like you

We can do it like a brother
Do it like a dude
Grab my crotch, wear my hat low like you

Do it like a brother
Do it like a dude
Grab my crotch, wear my hat low like you

We can do it like the man’dem, man’dem. Hey.
We can do it like the man’dem,
Sugar sugar sugar
We can do it like the man’dem, man’dem
We can do it like the man’dem,
Sugar sugar sugar, yeah.

Do it, do it like a dude
Do it, do it low like you
Do it, do it like a dude
Do it, do it, do it like a dude

Let’s go!

Do it, do it like a dude
Do it, do it low like you
Do it, do it like a dude
Do it, do it low like you

Hey! [26x]

U2 – Song For Someone

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U2 – Song For Someone

You got a face not spoiled by beauty
I have some scars from where I’ve been
You’ve got eyes that can see right through me
You’re not afraid of anything they’ve seen
I was told that I would feel nothing the first time
I don’t know how these cuts heal
But in you I found a rhyme

If there is a light
You can’t always see
And there is a world
We can’t always be
If there is a dark
That we shouldn’t doubt
And there is a light
Don’t let it go out

And this is a song
Song for someone
Song
Song for someone

You let me into a conversation
A conversation only we could make
You break and enter my imagination
Whatever’s in there
It’s yours to take
I was told I’d feel nothing the first time
You were slow to heal
But this could be the night

If there is a light
You can’t always see
And there is a world
We can’t always be
If there is a dark
Within and without
And there is a light
Don’t let it go out

This is a song
A song for someone
Song
Song for someone

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

And I’m a long way
From your hill of Cavalry
And I’m a long way
From where I was and where I need to be
If there is a light
You can’t always see
There is a world
I know there is plenty
Of reasons to doubt
But if there is a light
Don’t let it go out

Nirvana – Something In The Way

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Nirvana – Something In The Way

“Something In The Way”
(“MTV Unplugged In New York” Version)

Underneath the bridge
The tarp has sprung a leak
And the animals I’ve trapped
Have all become my pets
And I’m living off of grass
And the drippings from the ceiling
It’s okay to eat fish
‘Cause they don’t have any feelings[x2:]
Something in the way, mmm
Something in the way, yeah, mmm

Underneath the bridge
The tarp has sprung a leak
And the animals I’ve trapped
Have all become my pets
And I’m living off of grass
And the drippings from the ceiling
It’s okay to eat fish
‘Cause they don’t have any feelings

Something in the way, mmm
Something in the way, yeah, mmm

Living Colour

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Living Colour

Cult Of Personality

“Cult Of Personality”

Look in my eyes, what do you see?
The cult of personality
I know your anger, I know your dreams
I’ve been everything you want to be

I’m the cult of personality
Like Mussolini and Kennedy
I’m the cult of personality
The cult of personality
The cult of personality

Neon lights, Nobel Prize
When a mirror speaks, the reflection lies
You won’t have to follow me
Only you can set me free

I sell the things you need to be
I’m the smiling face on your TV
I’m the cult of personality
I exploit you, still you love me
I tell you one and one makes three

I’m the cult of personality
Like Joseph Stalin and Gandhi
I’m the cult of personality
The cult of personality
The cult of personality

Neon lights, a Nobel Prize
When a leader speaks, that leader dies
You won’t have to follow me
Only you can set you free

You gave me fortune
You gave me fame
You gave me power in your God’s name
I’m every person you need to be
I’m the cult of personality

LIVING COLOUR
Living Colour

Samantha Fish

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Samantha Fish

I Put A Spell On You

I Put A Spell On You

I put a spell on you because you’re mine
You better stop the things you do
I tell you I ain’t lyin’, I ain’t lyin’
You know I can’t stand it
You’re runnin’ around
You better than that
I can’t stand it,  because you put me down
Oh no

I put a spell on you….because you’re mine
All mine

You know I love you, I love you, I love you
I love you and it aint hard
And I dont care if you dont want me
Im yours right now

I put a spell on you because you’re mine

You know I can’t stand it
You’re running around
You know better than that
I can’t stand because you put me down
I put a spell on you because you’re mine
Because you’re mine
Because you’re mine

(ANNIE LENNOX)

Samantha Fish

Samantha Fish Spins You Around With An Emotional Wild Heart

“She snarls it, she spits it out and she could give a damn.” Goldmine

Produced by Luther Dickinson

Out on July 7th on Ruf Records

3rd Studio Release is filled up to the rim with staggering vocals,

Aching guitar riffs and thunderous drums, leaving you lifeless

Atlanta, GA – On July 7th, Ruf Records recording artist singer-guitarist Samantha Fish, will raise eyebrows with her third studio release, Wild Heart, produced by Luther Dickinson (The North Mississippi Allstars/Black Crowes). Having Samantha on guitars and Luther on various stringed instruments, they rounded out the lineup with Grammy Award-winning Brady Blade (Emmylou Harris/Bob Dylan) on drums. Special guests include Lightnin Malcolm (guitar), Sharde Thomas (drums) and Memphis session singers Shontelle Norman-Beatty and Risse Norman. The result is a stunning representation of Americana roots music.

Wild Heart  was recorded in three different studios, as they trekked the backroads from Louisiana to Mississippi in the fall of 2014. Starting at Brady Blade’s Shreveport, Louisiana studio, they laid the basic rhythm tracks and vocals. Luther and Samantha then hightailed it to his Zebra Ranch Studios in Hernando, Mississippi where they had a traditional Hill Country Blues session. Then, finally, all roads lead to Memphis where the duo put the final touches at both Willie Mitchell’s Royal Studios and the legendary Ardent studios.

“I fell in love with it,” she told Premier Guitar of her growing passion for the form, “and started doing my homework by listening to the old guys like Son House and Skip James.”

Only into her mid-20s she already released two CDs, played all over the world and shared the stage with well-established to the legendary artists from Tab Benoit and Johnny Lang to Buddy Guy. Label mate and sometimes touring buddy, Mike Zito has long championed Samantha, produced her critically acclaimed albums, Runaway and Black Wind Howlin’ (2013).  Samantha’s had a master’s class in a wide variety of the blues. Her work ethic is unquestioned and her love for performance is obvious.

Boys will be boys it’s a powerful thing

Better learn how to swim or learn how to drink – Bitch On The Run

All that ambition and passion paid off in 2012 when Samantha won a Blues Music Award for Best New Artist Debut for her 2011 release Runaway (Ruf Records). The wonderful critical praise, winning fans at shows and all the long hours driving came to a shining moment that put more fuel into her fire. This desire is now revealed with Wild Heart as the pivotal moment in her budding career.

Always yearning to learn, Samantha soaked in this experience like a sponge from the songwriting sessions to the final background harmonies.  As her songs came together, it was suggested for her to collaborate with another songwriter she jumped the opportunity. Last summer she traveled to Nashville and wrote with accomplished songwriter Jim McCormick, whose songs have been cut by Trisha Yearwood and Keith Urban. A native of New Orleans, Jim has a flare for blues-boogie and full throttle vocalization to haunting melodies that gave Samantha a chance to growl.

“… Fish’s commanding voice holds its own against the crunching guitar riffs and driving beat.” Elmore Magazine

Samantha and Jim wrote five of the 12 songs on the album, including the title song, “Wild Heart”, that echoes Led Zeppelin with a whiplash of a steady guitar riff. “Show Me” – a song that could easily be heard at some of New York City’s finest rock clubs – wreaks stale beer. Samantha holds her own on guitar duties on this tune as Brady Blade grinds the drums with a slow steady roll.

As the album opens she’s bashes away with “Road Runner“, a warning to others of this mean man that broke her heart. The driving guitar sounds and thunderous beat supports her voice that is smooth as honey with a sad dash of salt.

Left me waiting by a red-light, I think about him every night

Road runner, road runner – Road Runner

After wrapping basic tracks, it was off to Dickinson’s Zebra Ranch Studios via the back roads of Mississippi. Seeing the culture and environment upfront got her excited for the unknown. The result of that magical setting was a cover of Charley Patton’s, “Jim Lee Blues Pt. 1”, which fits Fish’s voice. It was an organic setting with fellow Hill Country Blues artists Sharde Thomas and longtime friend, Lightnin Malcolm. Sharde is a native Mississippian fife/drum player in the same American tradition of her grandfather Othar Turner. “This session had a whole other vibe to it. The studio is out in the country, no cell service, no distractions. You’re just surrounded by nature and guitars,” beams Samantha.

Samantha’s love for the Hill Country Blues genre started early on as her musical foundation began to build. This fiery singer-songwriter and guitarist met some of these players when she attended the King Biscuit Blues Festival at age 17. There she met Lightnin Malcolm, a guitarist who befriended the young gun and then a few years later, at Zebra Ranch, she got to record with him. “Working with Malcolm was a longtime coming as I’d known him since I was a teenager. Hearing hill country blues made me fall in love with blues music and he was one of the first artists who let me jam with him.”

“One of my favorite songs on Wild Heart is ‘Go Home’. It became so powerful and we wanted girl power, no-frills and those ladies delivered,” Samantha proudly states.  It’s a quiet moment of reflection of an inner self struggle that can either be destructive or productive.  The background singers, Shontelle Norman-Beatty and Risse Norman provide a soothing answer to Samantha’s tearful call.

“Maybe in a moment of clarity, I’ll do what’s right, Maybe I’ll finally swallow a bit of my own advice” – Go Home

oth Samantha and Luther wanted to make a live and honest record, capturing Fish’s emotional intensity and power trio integrity. “She is so smart and talented. It was a joy to take her under my wing and share what I’ve learned with her. Samantha brought her emotional energy from her performances which transcended into the record. The songs are very personal and she delivered. I am proud to be a part of the record”, states Dickinson. Samantha was equally satisfied with the results, “I was blown away by his ability to color a song. I stepped out of my comfort zone and I couldn’t be more proud of what we made.”

Fish is an inveterate storyteller as well. Her songs are vivid and compelling with thick guitar lines and catchy riffs. – The Morning Call

As the album comes to a close, Samantha has run the gamut of emotions. Her fingers are tired and her voice is shaking but she is able to pull out one more gem of a performance. A whispering rendition of RL Burnside’s “I’m In Love With You”. This is Samantha at her best-caressing the melody while the guitars and a slight drum beat flickers underneath her reassuring voice.

Samantha has dug her high heels in some rich musical soil with Wild Heart and is poised to reach a new level in her career. She is armed with her guitar and these songs are in her back pocket; for there is no doubt Miss Fish will aim and fire, with confidence.

To hear the four song sampler: Samantha Fish – Wild Heart Sampler

 

 

Watch: Yoshimi – “Hidden In Concrete”

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Walking around town at night with the dog feels like the pinnacle of mystery hunting. Going through areas and alleys I typically don’t. Finding new tags on trains that I never ride. Exploring the unknown. Yoshimi’s new video for “Hidden In Concrete ” not only clarifies this desire to seek anew through curious navigation, but the song itself implores a clever appeal of serendipity to it through echoing flutes percussion’d by chimes faintly feeling the background of space as reversed loops siren mantras that hypnotize while by bouncing around listeners’ skull interiors. A graceful poise reflected by intentional resonance harmonizing like Thai Chi does one’s core cell. “Hidden In Concrete ” almost feels like an IRL glitch where you get stuck behind a wall, but can move everywhere in the map, getting into locations you’ve only been able to experience at a distance. I’m also watching The Holy Mountain right now, so listening to Yoshimi’s whole new album Tokyo Restricted Area on Dream Catalogue is fleeking me out. Listen!

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Raime announce new LP, share new single, play some shows, all with their characteristically effortless sense of existential dread

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Dang, guys. It’s been a MINUTE now since the London-based, gloomy, drone-y, dirge-y, quasi-industrial, brood-music master-duo Raime unleashed their howling Quarter Turns Over A Living Line, and I’m ashamed to admit that, during the interim, I’d almost forgotten how scary and dreadful life on planet earth is on a daily basis.

THANKFULLY, though, here they come again to remind me! The band’s spooky second album, titled Tooth, is due to arrive June 10 via Blackest Ever Black. Touting a tighter and more single-minded obsession with “urgent and focused futurism” than its sprawling predecessor, the album features eight “fiercely uptempo, minimal, meticulously crafted electro-acoustic rhythm tracks” — available for pre-order on double LP, CD, and digital at this very moment — that are sure to have us all feeling doomed again in to time flat.

“If Quarter Turns was an album that confronted total loss and self-destruction, even longed for it, then Tooth is the sound of resistance and counter-attack: cunning, quick, resolute; calling upon stealth as much as brute-force,” reads the press release. “No let-up, no hesitation. Needlepoint guitar, deftly junglist drum programming, brooding synths and lethal sub-bass drive the engine.” But because — let’s face it — we’re not really any good at picturing what that all sounds like for ourselves, the duo has also decided to grace us with the album’s first single, “Dead Heat,” which we can practice nervously sweating-to down below.

They’re also playing a few shows around the UK coming up, just to help reawaken the public’s general capacity for angst about the future. And right on time, too! I mean, Thank GOODNESS; I honestly can’t wait to press play on this thing and get back into the swing of eking out a day-to-day existence in the pale shadow of a nameless and subtle but palpable terror. It’s been too long, friends.

Tooth tracklisting:

01. Coax
02. Dead Heat
03. Hold Your Line
04. Front Running
05. Dialing In, Falling Out
06. Glassed
07. Cold Cain
08. Stammer

Upcoming dates:

04.27.16 – London, UK – Corisca Studios (DJ Set w/ Roly Porter)
06.14.16 – London, UK – Birthdays (Live Set)

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