Suggested Pop & Rock Musicians-5

VAN MORRISON * TALKING HEADS * BRIAN ENO & DAVID BYRNE * JENNY LEWIS * JESSE ED DAVIS * ROGER TILLISON * PRETENDERS * DEL SHANNON * DIRE STRAITS * KIM RICHEY * ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND

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Van Morrison adapts William Blake’s poem “What Is The Price of Experience” (from “The Four Zoas”):

From one of Morrison’s best albums, Veedon Fleece:

Above video: RING OF KERRY (by The Welsh Muzhik) AND CONNEMARA, IRELAND

Playlist of ntire album of “Veedon Fleece”:

From another great Morrison album, Saint Dominic’s Preview:

Also from Saint Dominic’s Preview:

Entire album of Saint Dominic’s Preview:

All of his incredible, jazzy first American album, Astral Weeks:

Another Morrison tour de force:



TALKING HEADS

Playlist of entire album “Remain in Light”:

Playlist of entire album “Speaking in Tongues”:

The videos below are all from Talking Heads‘ great concert film “Stop Making Sense”:

The entire film:

Talking Heads – “Born Under Punches” – Rome, Italy – 1980:



Three songs from David Byrne and Brian Eno’s ground-breaking 1981 album My Life in the Bush of Ghosts:

This song includes a genuine recording of an exorcism:

Song below (from My Life in the Bush of Ghosts) is sampled from the song “Abu Zeluf”, published in “Music in the World of Islam, 1: The Human Voice” (1976).  It features Dunya Yusin or Yunis (Lebanese mountain singer):

Below is a rare track from the original recording sessions of My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts. After a legal controversy with the estate of the late Katherine Kulhman, which refused the license for her sampled voice, it was rewritten/rearranged and it became “The Jezebel Spirit”, with completely different voice and lyrics. The video is amazing:



Playlist of entire album:





Playlist of  all of Roger Tillison’s 1971 album “Roger Tillison” produced by Jesse Ed Davis who also plays lead slide guitar:

From Tillison’s album Songs for Woody:



Chrissie Hynde and company:

Playlist of the entire 2020 album Hate for Sale:




Featuring Mark Knoepfler, vocals, guitar, composer:


Kim Richey’s quieter sound:

Playlist of 85 of her songs:


Playlist of entire album:

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