This song from the Daniel Lanois project known as Black Dub keeps getting replayed in the Music Television, even though it's been several years since this single camera, no edit film was made. Trixie Whitley shines in this and the end of the video is cool when he hops on the second drum kit and starts singing. Enjoy!
Daryl Hall of the legendary group Hall & Oats hosts various artists in his living room to play. Below are a few handpicked sessions.
For younger people who may not be familiar with the first guest, Jose Feliciano, he happens to be blind. His rich vocal sound and super tasty guitar work has not changed since 1968 when he first covered Light My Fire, which was originally written and put out by The Doors just one year before in January 1967.
Live Music Television is proud to present a tasty live filmed performance of Jeff Beck and the awesome young female bassist Tal Wilkenfeld, along with keyboardist Jason Rebello and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta.
The performance took place in 2007 at Eric Clapton's semiannual Crossroads Guitar Festival to benefit the charity Clapton created that provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation to locals as well as visitors on the Island of Antigua. The centre is called Crossroads Antigua.
It was a big deal for many new fans who were blown away at noticing and hearing the playing of Wilkenfeld for their first time. She blew fresh air into the world of bass playing.
Jeff Beck with Tal Wilkenfeld - Cause We've Ended As Lovers (Written by Stevie Wonder)
Classic live takes of Bill Withers on Old Grey Whistle Test, a show way back in the day in the UK, with a band of cats who were as funky as it gets and cool as cucumbers at the same time. The drummer is James Gadson. Soul at it's finest.