Quote by Hans Christian Andersen: “Where words fail, music speaks.”
BRWeb Music Portal offers lovers of music covering all aspects of from “live sessions”, “bands”, “solo artists”, “new & old tracks” and a variety of “albums” that sometimes get forgotten or never even heard. This will take us all on musical journey through a varied selection of genre`s from fifties & before, standards, classic timeless tunes, right through to some modern day and beyond into classical world and world music.
Ok were back and what a way to return with something I feel is very original and insight into how an album is put together. Featuring Mike Peters inc memebers of The Alarm and Production Team.
Thought it was time to share this with you all The Alarm or should I say Mike Peters had a Idea to write record produce and release an Album before his Birthday Feb 25th 2021. These are the first couple of weeks recording sessions production Zoom calls and more.
There are an ever growing number videos in this first post, In the top right of the youtube video there are three bars which shows number of Videos enabling you to select any, its starts with the most latest video so once you have watched the short intro video to follow the full story so far use this option to select the first video ENJOY.
What’s Going On is the eleventh studio album by American soul singer, songwriter, and producer Marvin Gaye. It was released on May 21, 1971.
Gaye recorded the album between 1970 and 1971 in sessions at Hitsville U.S.A., Golden World, and United Sound Studios in Detroit, and at The Sound Factory in West Hollywood, California. It was his first album to credit him as a producer and to credit Motown’s in-house studio band, the session musicians known as the Funk Brothers.
What’s Going On is a concept album with most of its songs segueing into the next and has been categorized as a song cycle; the album ends with a reprise of the album’s opening theme. The narrative established by the songs is told from the point of view of a Vietnam veteran returning to his home country to witness hatred, suffering, and injustice. Gaye’s introspective lyrics explore themes of drug abuse, poverty, and the Vietnam War.
The album was an immediate commercial and critical success, eventually being regarded as a classic of 1970s soul.
Once again I would like to share with you music from my friends.
We will start with something nice a gentle Brad performing live in the woods. followed by a Great tune from Ferris yes “She Blows me Away” then we have more “Sitcom Reruns” lockdown TV hey? the final tune today is “Never Enough” Piroshka.
Please be sure to watch out for these guys next year in a Town near you…