New York Public Library
Promotional video for Rain -- Come together, a stage tribute to the music of the Beatles which features four lookalike musicians who perform the band's best known songs. Includes clips from the show, and brief testimonials from audience members. The Broadway production of the show opened on Oct. 26, 2010, and closed on July 31, 2011
New York Public Library
[No audio] (0:13) -- [Excerpt] Western [i.e. Westeron] wynde (1:20) (from the 1970 album The lady and the unicorn) / early 16th-cent. English song, arr. by J. Renbourn ; Opening remarks (2:49) (John Schaefer, host) -- The maids of Mitchelstown (2:18) (from the 1983 album The best of The Bothy Band) / trad. Irish reel, arr. by The Bothy Band -- [Excerpt] B.A.I. (2:16) (from the 1977 album Harpe Celtique) / set of 3 unidentified trad. Irish reels, arr. by An Triskell -- [Excerpt of Ys] (5:09) (from the 1971 album Renassiance de la harpe Celtique = Renaissance of the Celtic harp) / trad. Breton tune, arr. by A. Stivell -- Commentary ; Quick concert notes (4:53) (John Schaefer, host) -- The quiet joys of brotherhood [unreleased track recorded 1969 by Fairport Convention] (5:42) (from the 1985 box-set Who knows where the time goes?) (based on trad. Irish tune "My lagan love") / H. Harty-R. Fariña, lyr, arr. by S. Denny and Fairport Convention -- John Barleycorn (5:17) (from the 1970 ... Read More
La Salle University - Connelly Library
Side I. -- (1:37) -- (3:15) -- 2:37) -- 3:06) -- (2:17) -- (3:22) -- (2:49)
National Library of Australia
John Dubber, born 1946 in Western Australia talks about his early days and passion for Rock'n Roll (R & R); the various artists and venues in Perth
State Library of South Australia
Astor [album promotion poster]; artwork by Mida '68
State Library of South Australia
Friday 16 June 1967, Viscount Slim Hall, Whyalla; Y-Y Club '67; special guests The Masters Apprentices; sponsored by Coca Cola
State Library of South Australia
A discussion between Mick Bower, Graham Longley and Brian Vaughton recorded at the home of Graham Longley about the Masters Apprentices musical group with which all participants were involved from 1965-1967. Graham Longley managed the band during this time; Mick Bower was the guitarist and band leader; and Brian Vaughton was the original drummer. The discussion was organised to support a donation by Graham Longley of business records and other material relating to his time with the band. The participants talk about the origins of the band as a high school garage band; change of line up when they called themselves the Mustangs; rehearsals; influences; how Graham became manager and his experiences managing the band. Participants explain their reasons for leaving the band and the Masters Apprentices' consequent relocation to Melbourne
University of California, Santa Cruz
High-heel sneakers (4:15) -- Pain in my heart (2:59) -- Cold rain and snow (3:07) -- Beat it on down the line (3:13) -- Cream puff war (7:37) -- The same thing (9:50) -- He was a friend of mine (5:52) -- Smokestack lightning (9:30) -- I'm a king bee (5:30) -- In the midnight hour (18:22)
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
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