You probably know Alex Turner from the Arctic Monkeys, but, for tonight's Music Club, here's some of his solo material.
J.J. Cale, a quietly influential singer-songwriter who stayed in the background while better-known musicians had hits with his songs, including “After Midnight,” “Cocaine” and “Call Me the Breeze,”passed away July 26th at a hospital in La Jolla, California. He was 74.
Nights at the Roundtable with Singer-Songwriter/Folk-legend Fred Neil and his 1967 track "That's The Bag I'm In".
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend with the Great Curtis Mayfield, live in concert - recorded by the BBC in 1984.
Nights at the Roundtable featuring the debut of singer-songwriter Danny Coughlan (aka: Crybaby) - and you get to hear it here first.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Brothers and the first of their 3 singles released by legendary/obscure Los Angeles based 60's label White Whale Records - Today Is Today from 1967.
Sideman and songwriter Joe South ("(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden", "Down in the Boondocks") had a hit in 1969 with this tribute to the good ol days . What songs remind you of growing up?
Here's a dark murder ballad to start/end your Saturday night. Written by Leon Payne, a blind San Antonio songwriter who also wrote 'Lost Highway', this version caused a bit of a stir upon its release to radio. What's your favorite song about going
I always like it when Beck showcases his more sensitive 'songwritery' side, and this song ranks up there in the pantheon of great break up songs. What's your favorite break-up song/record?
I've kind of been on the mid-tempo, singer-songwriter tip this week and I don't mind continuing the theme...
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