Sly Stone talks to an annoying paparazzi interviewer about hanging out with George Clinton and anticipating a legal settlement related to his music royalties. (Source: Polite Paparazzi)
Dinosaur Jr. is a band known for their incredibly dense and fuzzy wall of guitar sound summoned by guitarist/singer J Mascis. Lou Barlow, bassist of Dinosaur Jr., discusses ways that he has shaped his bass sound to accompany and enhance the wall of sound without being lost in the mix. Lou also discusses Hüsker Dü’s influence, and which bass guitars and bass amplifiers he used to find his tone. Read more about Lou Barlow and Dinosaur Jr. (Source:Reverb)
VJ extraordinaire Matt Pinfield goes shopping at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles. Matt has a new book out via Scribner called, “All These Things That I’ve Done: My Insane, Improbable Rock Life.” (Source: Amoeba)
Stevie Nicks with some backup jumps into an impromptu rendition of her single “Wild Heart” during a Rolling Stone photo shoot sometime around 1982. Nicks released the single in 1983 on her second solo album “The Wild Heart.”
Black Sabbath were filmed live at L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix in Paris performing songs from the first album and Paranoid on 20 December 1970.
0) Show intro / setting up for concert
2) Hand of Doom
3) Iron Man
4) Black Sabbath
6) Behind the Wall of Sleep
7) War Pigs
8) Fairies Wear Boots
Margo Price speaks with Terry Lickona about her debut record and the artists who’ve inspired her. Our episode featuring Margo Price and Hayes Carll aired January 21, 2016 on PBS. (Source: Austin City Limits)
OurVinyl is proud to present to you Julien Baker from Memphis, TN performing her song “Something” from her 2015 album Sprained Ankle. This live performance was filmed in Percy Warner Park in Nashville, TN on a beautiful autumn afternoon. (Source: OurVinyl YouTube)
Perry Farrell talks about how he records music and why he and his band created the music festival Lollapalooza in 1991.
Maceo Parker speaks about his influences and talks about his musical recipe, 98 percent funk 2 percent jazz, while attending the Newport Jazz Festival. Video clip courtesy of Music Vault.
Dive into the technical aspects of making Blondie’s mega-hit “Heart of Glass” with this short documentary.