Arts & Crafts labelmates Gold & Youth and Trust teamed up for a cover of Lee Hazelwood and Nancy Sinatra's " Lady Bird ," as part of the label's Arts & Crafts: X compilation that's out tomorrow with more collabs from the Broken Social Scene , Feist and Ra Ra Riot . And while teaming up these two artists in particular was probably the most obvious choice for the disc, both acts remarkably eschew their landmark goth [...]
Bilenler bilir Kurtuluş semti Ankara'da üniversite öğrencilerinin yoğun olarak yaşadığı bir bölgedir. Geçtiğimiz günlerde Ankara'da, Kurtuluş Ankaray durağında "Sayın yolcularımız lütfen ahlak kurallarına uygun hareket ediniz" şeklinde bir anons yapılmıştı. İşte bu yaşananları protesto etmek isteyen Ankaralılar sosyal medyada organize olarak "Kurtuluş Metro'da Öpüşüyoruz" kampanyası başlattı. Eylem 25 Mayıs Cumartesi akşam 18:30'da Kurtuluş Metro durağında yapılacak. Tepkilere yol açan bu anonsla ilgili olarak Metro yetkilileri kendilerini şöyle savunmuştu. "Metronun kameralarında uygunsuz şekilde görülen gençler için uyarı yapıyoruz." Kusura bakmayın ama bu [...]
Today is the 30th anniversary of the release of The Smiths' first single, the enduringly excellent "Hand in Glove." The song failed to chart — but it was later covered, curiously enough, by British pop singer Sandie Shaw, whose version reached #27 in the UK charts and helped a great deal in introducing the general public to the band. The idea of female singers covering the Smiths and/or Morrissey is interesting, simply because their songs are so quintessentially male in their own effete way. And so, in a repeat of the thought exercise we carried out with Leonard Cohen [...]
A Lana foi lá e fez um over da Nancy Sinatra . Ficou igualzinho só que pior. Brrrrrrikes! Posts relacionados: [Video & Single] "Blue velvet", Lana Del Rey [Video] "Bel air", Lana Del Rey [Single] "Damn you", Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey has released yet another single that doesn't seem to fit anywhere. "Summer Wine" is a little ditty created with her now-boyfriend. It's a new sound really to her and it's not bad at all. The video is made in signature Lana Del Rey handheld honeymoon style. Related articles Lana Del Rey & Her Real Life BF Sparkle In Summer Wine! Drink It Up HERE! (perezhilton.com) [new video] Lana Del Rey - "Summer Wine" (doodledandy.net) [...]
Lana Del Rey parece sentir-se confortável no mundo das covers e das Super 8. Depois de " Chelsea Hotel No. 2 ", um original de Leonard Cohen, desta feita Lana atirou-se a uma música de Nancy Sinatra, ídolo assumido já no tempo de " Video Games ". "Summer Wine" é um original de 1967, celebrizado pelo duo de Nancy Sinatra com Lee Hazelwood. A versão de Lana Del Rey não foge muito à original, um pouco como acontecia com a sua cover de Leonard Cohen, mas isso não nos parece um ponto negativo aqui. O vídeo também mantém [...]
Lana Del Rey con toque vintage para su nuevo video. Desde que inició su carrera, Lana Del Rey ha citado a Nancy Sinatra como una de sus grandes influencias y ahora decidió rendirle tributo. La cantante estrenó un cover a "Summer Wine", famosa por ser interpretada por Sinatra en los sesenta. Para acompañar el cover debutó un video que, como muchos otros de Lana Del Rey , parece grabado en super-8 u otro formato casero. Pueden verlo a continuación:
Well this is rather lovely - Lana Del Rey and boyfriend Barrie-James O'Neill covering Nancy Sinatra's ' Summer Wine '. Something to tide you over until we get the full version of ' Young and Beautiful ', Lana's contribution to Baz Luhrman's Great Gatsby soundtrack.
. Lana Del Rey está de volta com seus vídeos caseiros e com efeitos no melhor estilo instagram. Em "Summer Wine" (cover da Nancy Sinatra ) ela canta junto do seu namorado, Barrie-James O'Neill , com uma filmagem amadora e destaca a áurea retrô da música. O vídeo é extremamente simples, com Lana e Barrie fazendo o estilo fazenda-praia no maior clima romântico, enquanto ele toca o seu violão, ela toda fofa em frente a câmera. O carisma que ela consegue transmitir no vídeo é encantador e dá vontade de assistir [...]
Filed under: News , Exclusive , The Hit List , Television , Music Appreciation Mad Men Facebook After what feels like an eternity, Mad Men is finally coming back to cable. To celebrate, we used Sunday's season six premiere as an excuse to re-watch last season, over-analyze it for potential upcoming spoilers and listen to the soundtrack several times. Clearly, due to awesomeness, this led to us losing our minds. [...]
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Here's another Roger Corman-directed treat. This time in partnership with Peter Bogdanovich, and starring Peter Fonda, Bruce Dern, Nancy Sinatra, and Diane Ladd. Most of the psych/surf soundtrack was done by Davie Allen and the Arrows, and has become something of a cult hit in itself.
Nancy and Lee By The Way was written by Lee Hazlewood and released on Country, My Way by Nancy Sinatra (I guess the album title's a little nod to her dad?). Cagney and Lacee first released it as on the b-side of their 73 single Time on No.6 Records and then later on the Six Feet of Chain album. Another track that doesn't seem to have made it to the free bits of the Internet but you can check it out on Spotify... MP3: [...]
I received a message from Stuarto requesting I cover his show in the late afternoon hours of Friday, March 8. After a minute or two to think about it, I agreed. In all the times I've covered for his show over the past year and a half, I have never done a show that gives a nod to his show, which often features more mainstream music including a handful of tunes from the 60s and 70s. For March 8, I decided this needed to change. I pieced together quite the show for the first two [...]
Filed under: Exclusive Alamy If you ever drive through Gaviota Tunnel near Santa Barbara, Simon and Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson" might just pop into your head. Because that's the song that plays during the travel montage in "The Graduate" as Dustin Hoffman's character drives his Alfa Romero through Gaviota Tunnel. While the pairing of movies and music is nothing new, the most music-minded directors -- your Tarantinos, Scorceses and the like -- blend the two so [...]
"You Outta Know" by Alanis Morissette "Caught Out There" by Kelis "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" by Nancy Sinatra "Pack Your Shit" by Melanie B "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" by Taylor Swift "Irreplaceable" by Beyonce "Hit The Road, Jack" by Ray Charles "R.E.S.P.E.C.T." by Aretha Franklin "Fuck You" by Cee-Lo Green "Since U Been Gone" by Kelly Clarkson "Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye featuring Kimbra "It's Not Right, But It's OK" [...]
Nancy & Billy Strange do their amazing arrangement of the Sonny Bono composition "Bang Bang" (or did Lee Hazlewood arrange it?). This is the only video I've ever seen of the great Billy Strange .
It's safe to say that Quentin Tarantino is one of the most respected and controversial directors of our generation, or as Tina Fey so kindly put it, "The star of all my sexual nightmares." This idiosyncratic maestro has skillfully curated musical content that speaks to his high level of taste as well as his audibly adventurous vision. He has consistently done a masterful job in blending music of all genres and decades into solid sequences of gritty on-screen treachery and truly unforgettable moments. From '70s grindhouse to savage acts of hardcore gore, any music that Quentin [...]
Some people say that the second album from a band is the one that really defines the rest of their career; they can either make an album with the mere intention of pleasing fans and critics or they can actually release a second effort as a statement of evolution and progress, musically speaking. Almanac , the sophomore of Brooklyn duo, Widowspeak , puts the band in the latest category with an album full of songs that show important improvement in the sound of the band, but blurs [...]