Eric Clapton with special guest, JJ Cale - Live In San Diego

LiveMusicTelevision.Com presents Eric Clapton and JJ Cale, Live in San Diego

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.

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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)

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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

More from Gaby Moreno

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Gaby Moreno played two recent shows in LA and New York to allow fans to preview songs from her upcoming September 2016 release of her next album titled Ilúsion. (NOTE: Since this article was originally posted, Ilusion has been released. See videos here)

I was lucky enough to hear about these shows and get tickets for her LA appearance, which was at a venue right on the edge of Downtown Los Angeles' Skid Row. As our Lyft driver got us to the venue, I flashed back almost 30 years when I noticed my old work space where I did music promotion out of at 5th & Towne. Back then I had wondered if Skid Row would ever change. But, the depth of hard times and sadness seems to be just as hard as it ever was, if not harder than it ever seemed, as we drove past piles of trash, tents on the sidewalk and homeless people aimlessly pushing shopping carts. A lot of them looking like they were jonesing. It doesn't seem to me that times have gotten better for the poorest of the poor in LA. In fact, it looks to be worse than ever! More focus is needed to help these people who have somehow landed in this situation.

Around the corner a few blocks away, it has changed. There is an Urth Caffe (a stellar boutique chain of coffee house/restaurants) sitting right next door to beautiful music venue known as Resident. The outdoor food and cocktail court at Resident provides a sweet spot to chat with friends, eat and drink before the show begins inside. This might just be the coolest small music venue in LA, just the right place to see this darling artist named Gaby Moreno.

Gaby's sang songs in English, Spanish and Spanglish. Her group was small with bass, drums, a guitarist and Gaby on vocals and guitar. Her voice is so unique, smokey with her own trademark soul that transcends or combines genres, that it's hard to describe or pigeon hole her as anything except as beautiful.

While there are no recordings available of the new record online yet, it is very well worth digging through her earlier works and live performances such as the recordings below and others we have featured on this network.

This first one is of Gaby sweetly performing in Spanish, the classic Mexican huapango-style song titled Cucurrucucú Paloma. Written about lovesickness, it was originally written by Tomás Méndez in 1954. The title is a reference to the sound of the dove calling.

Gaby Moreno - Cucurrucucú Paloma

The next song below is of Gaby singing one of my favorite songs of her's in English. It's a protest song that she wrote, which is perfect, because Gaby does and always has marched to the beat of her own drum. It's a call to not give in or sell out, keeping fire in the belly and not to let other people paint one blue. It's titled "Sing Me Life".

Gaby Moreno - Sing Me Life

Connect direct with Gaby Moreno at Gaby-Moreno.Com, Facebook.com/gabymorenoband, Twitter.com/gaby_moreno, and on Instagram.com/gaby_moreno

See Gaby's music video to her song titled Ave Que Emigra on our network here: http://www.musicload.com/2013/02/gaby-moreno-ave-que-emigra.html

The above post was created by Gregory J. Chamberlain on June 17, 2016, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for Indies Network.

Gaby Moreno - New Album Titled Ilusión

LiveMusicTelevision.Com presents Gaby Moreno

The fabulous international recording artist and the Latin Grammy winner in the Best New Artist category, Gaby Moreno, has a new album titled Ilúsion coming out soon. She is performing two "Ilúsion Record Preview" shows, one at Resident in Los Angeles on June 14th 2016 (click here for tickets), and another in New York at Joe's Pub on June 16th, 2016 (click here for tickets). A definite to do!.  (NOTE: Since this article was originally posted, Ilusion has been released. See videos here)

Don't let the Latin Grammy win pigeonhole her as a strictly Latin artist. She has a very broad English and Spanish repertoire that crosses genres and eras. She is a wonderful blues, rock and soul artist.

Whilst none of the new material from the Ilúsion album has been released as of yet, just below are some handpicked videos and live performances from previous years.

The first video below is from NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series and it's lovely! She performs three of her songs titled No Regrets, Ave Que Emigra and Sing Me Life. She is accompanied by Adam Levy. Enjoy! GC

Gaby Moreno - Live on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series

Gaby Moreno - Letter To A Mad Woman

Connect direct with Gaby Moreno at Gaby-Moreno.Com, Facebook.com/gabymorenoband, Twitter.com/gaby_moreno, and on Instagram.com/gaby_moreno

This post was created by Greg Chamberlain on June 12, 2016, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for The Indies Network

Wynonna & The Big Noise

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Curb Records recording artist Wynonna Judd is a historic country music figure whose latest record, based on the number of YouTube views, seems kind of under the radar for an artist of such legendary status. But it's certainly not for a lack of soulful country character.

This album is a very big deal for Wynonna and her husband, drummer, bandmate and the album's producer, Cactus Moser. Cactus spent a long time recovering from a motorcycle crash that occurred in 2012 shortly after they were married. The crash left him with an amputated lower leg and a shattered hand. He recovered, bucking doctor's predictions and is solidly back to playing, as well as producing. Wynonna and Cactus dated in the 1980s and they go back a long way, but the accident brought them together stronger in ways that only tough times can.

It has been 13 years since Wynonna recorded a record of non cover songs. She managed to avoid doing the new record to match the short term whims and supposed tastes of today's demographics, but instead wrote and sang songs that are honest reflections of her place in life with all of the ups and downs she has experienced.

The recordings, as well as the music videos, are wonderfully organic with old school written all over them. It was recorded live in her home/farm studio with all vintage gear using her regular band and a few special guests (not typical session musicians often play on recordings for big acts) and it's worthy of garnering lots of love from fans who manage to hear it. All of the players make it as tasty as tasty gets. Cactus makes it happen with his prosthetic leg and rehabilitated hand with the custom stick holder. The happiness and contentness of how they went about making the record shows in some of their expressions in the video, where they all seem to be in a great head space.

Wynonna & The Big Noise - Ain't No Thing (Track #1)

Wynonna & The Big Noise - Things That I Lean On (#Track #3)

Wynonna & The Big Noise - You Make My Heart Beat Too Fast (Track #4)

Wynonna & The Big Noise - Jesus And A Jukebox (Track #7)

Connect direct with Wynonna & The Big Noise at WynonnaAndTheBigNoise.Com

More of Ibeyi - Live on Le Ring

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Le Ring, by the French television programmer France Ô, is a series of live music recordings filmed at a boxing ring in France with live audiences. This particular episode of Le Ring below features Ibeyi, a duo of twin sisters on the XL Recordings label whose stellar music video to their song titled "Stranger / Lover" we previously featured here. Enjoy! GC

Ibeyi - Live on Le Ring

Connect direct with Ibeyi at ibeyi.fr or on Facebook at facebook.com/ibeyimusic

Rosa Pullman

LiveMusicTelevision.Com presents Rosa Pullman

Last month on our sister site, TheIndies.Com, we featured an audio only recording of a Rosa Pullman song titled Daydreaming. I referred to her as "a real deal indie girl musician, songwriter and soul sister". That's exactly what she is!

Today, we are happy to feature a one shot music video and audio recording filmed by single handheld camera operator named Carla Werner, all while Rosa croons out an inspired soulful vocal and tasty swamp guitar feel to her original titled The Drop. Rosa has stated, "I don't always do the pretty tunes... sometimes I've got to play the blues". Turn it up and enjoy! GC

Rosa Pullman - The Drop

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This post was created by Greg Chamberlain on March 1, 2016, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for The Indies Network.