Here is a infectious pop dance love song destined for major success by a stunning and hard working up and coming artist who has developed and hit her "it" thing with the release of this video. Her name is Bebe Rexha. She is signed to the Warner Bros. Records label. Enjoy! GC
Bebe Rexha - I Got You
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It does not get any cooler than this... The Rolling Stones latest album titled Blue & Lonesome, named after a song by one of the Rolling Stones' own idols, Little Walter, is their first in over a decade. They give beautiful tribute to the music of their roots doing an all covers abum of the music that influenced the Rolling Stones sound and their lives. Produced by Don Was, they had set out to do an original album, but changed course after recording some loose jam sessions. They made what Ron Wood and Don Was said is a "crude & authentic" album.
The first video, a song originally By Eddie Taylor titled Ride 'Em All Down, features actress Kristin Stewart. The video was directed by François Rousselet and produced by Natalie Arnett. Both the producer and the director are with Riff Raff Films of London.
The Rolling Stones - Ride 'Em On Down
The music video below was directed by Julian Gibbs of Intro, a production house in the United Kingdom. The director's company website wrote the following about the video:
‘Hate To See You Go’ was originally recorded by Little Walter, one of the key blues musicians defining the original Chicago Blues sound. The first harp player to employ the use of a small microphone to amplify his harmonica thus giving it that distinctive electric sound, more reverb, more volume, a new distorted power cutting through just like a guitar.The Rolling Stones - Hate To See You Go
We wanted to reflect this powerful, electrified sound in the film - a gathering storm seemed the natural metaphor for Mick’s moody, sustained harmonica work.
Rolling black clouds and multiple lightning strikes sit effortlessly alongside Keith and Ronnie’s insistent riffing. The Stone’s storm driven performance is infused by alternative blinking snapshots of the whole spectrum of inner city struggle. And the image of the city and its people engulfed by a raging storm feels like an integral component of the sound, epic, gritty and huge - just like the Stones.
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This post was created on December 7, 2016 by Gregory J. Chamberlain, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for Indies Network
Just below are four stellar videos from Eric Clapton's second 2016 album titled ERIC CLAPTON - LIVE IN SAN DIEGO - WITH SPECIAL GUEST JJ CALE. The concert was filmed March 15, 2007 at the Ipayone Center in San Diego, California. Players include Eric Clapton, JJ Cale, Doyle Bramhall II on guitar and backing vocals, Derek Trucks on slide guitar, Willie Weeks on bass, Steve Jordon on drums, Chris Stanton on keyboards, Tim Carmon on keyboards and Michelle John & Sharon White on backing vocals.
Special limited edition 180 gram vinyl records, special t-shirts, downloads and much more, are exclusively available directly from EricClapton.Com
Eric Clapton with JJ Cale - Anyway The Wind Blows (Live From San Diego)
Eric Clapton - Motherless Children (Live In San Diego)
Eric Clapton - Tell The Truth (Live In San Diego)
Eric Clapton - Wonderful Tonight (Live In San Diego)
Connect direct with Eric Clapton at EricClapton.Com
The above videos are from Eric Clapton's second album in 2016. His earlier 2016 album titled "I Still Do" was released in May. See videos from that album at: http://www.musicload.com/2016/05/eric-clapton.html
This post was created on November 28, 2016 by Gregory J. Chamberlain, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for Indies Network
Just below is the latest music video by one of the most soulful recording artists around, Hollie Smith of New Zealand. The song is the title track of her new album titled "Water Or Gold". The video was was produced by Lissandra Leite and directed by Isaac Bell. Enjoy! GC
Connect direct with Hollie Smith at holliesmith.co.nz
See more Hollie Smith music videos previously featured on our network at the links below:
Hollie Smith - Philosophy of Soul (Official Music Video)
Hollie Smith - Live at Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards
Hollie Smith - I Will Do (Official Music Video)
Hollie Smith - Will You Be The One (Official Music Video)
This post was created on November 20, 2016 by Gregory J. Chamberlain with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for Indies Network.
Here is a song that is a little bit like a nursery rhyme and a lot like a dream. A emerging independent artist named Samantha Preis created a eerily captivating original song titled Lost For Me. Her voice is so sensitive and fragile sounding, filled with emotions of memories as if it's "the end" or something as deep. It is a stellar delivery of a song that I prefer to hear turned up before simply closing my eyes to lay back and listen. But the video and the artist is beautiful to look at too. It appears that this may be her first real music video. If you are like me, you will listen and watch this more than once and it may grow on you. For all music supervisors tuning in, consider this as a soundtrack for the right feature film. Enjoy! GC
Connect direct with Samantha Preis at samanthapreismusic.com, facebook.com/samanthapreis, twitter.com/samanthapreis, instagram.com/samanthapreis, cdbaby.com/Artist/SamanthaPreis, itunes.apple.com/us/artist/samantha-preis/id260847955, soundcloud.com/samantha-preis, reverbnation.com/samanthapreis
Original music, lyrics, piano, voice, percussion and music video produced by Samantha Preis
Fiddle by Dan Tressler
Music co-produced, recorded, mixed & mastered by AJ Sorensen at Sure Sound Recording Studios in Bridgeport, Connecticut
"LOST FOR ME" is now available for purchase on the following websites: Apple iTunes, CDbaby, Amazon MP3, Spotify, Rhapsody, Google Music Store, Last.fm, iHeartRadio, MySpace Music, Shazam, Slacker Radio, Xbox Music, Nokia, Samsung Music Hub, Yandex, 24-7, 7digital, Beyond Oblivion, Bloom.fm, Deezer, Emusic, GreatIndieMusic, JB Hi-Fi, MediaNet, Mondia Media, Muve Music, Omnifone, Rdio, Simfy & Tradebit
This post was created on Rocktober 20, 2016 by Gregory J. Chamberlain, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for Indies Network
Music Television is proud to present the latest music videos from the Red Hot Chili Peppers most recent album titled The Getaway. The album was produced by Danger Mouse and mixed by Nigel Goodrich. The first video below is titled Go Robot. It was released on September 9, 2016. It was directed by Thoranna “Tota” Sigurdardottir. The Production Company was LEGS. The Executive Producer was Sara Greco. It was produced by Mario Romeo. The Director of Photography was Sturla Brandth Grovlen. Choreography by Netta Yerushalmy. The Robot Girl was Stephanie Crousillat. The video was edited by Jeff Selis at Bonch and Colored by Beau Leon at Framestore. The Video Commissioner was Devin Sarno.
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Go Robot
The next video below is to the song titled Dark Necessities. It was released June 17, 2016. It was directed by Olivia Wilde. The production company was Anonymous Content. The Executive Producer was Nina Soriano. The Producer was Saul Germaine. The Director of Photography was Christopher Blauvelt. The Production Designer was Jade Healy. The Longboarders were Noelle Mulligan, Carmen Shafer, Amanda Calloa and Amanda Powell. It was edited Paul Martinez at Arcade Edit and colored by Beau Leon at Framestore. The Video Commissioner was Devin Sarno.
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Dark Necessities
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