Daily Archive: October 3, 2015

Ruby & The Romantics – In Session For Soul! – 1969 – Nights At The Roundtable: Session Edition 0

Ruby & The Romantics – In Session For Soul! – 1969 – Nights At The Roundtable: Session Edition

– Ruby & The Romantics – Live on Soul! – NET/WNDT – January 16, 1969 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Another performance from the milestone series Soul! via NET (PBS before it was PBS). Tonight it’s a rare session from Ruby & The Romantics, broadcast on January 16, 1969....

Talking With Steve Marriott – 1965 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles 0

Talking With Steve Marriott – 1965 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

– Pop Profile: Steve Marriott – BBC Transcription Service 1965 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Anybody who was ever a fan of Small Faces and Humble Pie know the driving force behind both of those bands was Steve Marriott. One of Rock’s greatest singers and an enormously talented writer,...

Tower Of Power – Live From Hempstead, New York – 1975 – Past Daily Backstage Weekend 0

Tower Of Power – Live From Hempstead, New York – 1975 – Past Daily Backstage Weekend

– Tower Of Power – Live At Calderone Hall, Hempstead New York – April 11, 1975 – WLIR-FM – The legendary Tower Of Power this weekend. Recorded live at Calderone Hall by WLIR-FM in New York, Spring of 1975. With a string of hits to their credit, Tower Of Power...

Past Daily Fall Fundraiser – Communique #2 0

Past Daily Fall Fundraiser – Communique #2

Day #2 – It’s the weekend and time for time-off. Well, for you maybe. Not for me – that’s when Past Daily switches into Pop Culture mode, and this is one of the popular parts of the week for many people (me included). It’s a break from the reminders that...

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Yael Naïm – In Session At Arte, Paris 2015 – Nights At The Roundtable: Rock Without Borders

– Yael Naîm – In Session for Arte, Paris – September 16, 2015 – Arte Web, France – To consider that Israeli-French singer/songwriter Yael Naïm suddenly soared to international fame, based on her 2008 single New Soul, as the result of being used in an Apple TV commercial, you begin...