I’d never watched this performance until earlier today, but holy shit, she killed it! Belting her lungs out at the end…mind-blowing in situation, and even more so with that belly bump.
I haven’t payed enough attention to Beyoncé, clumping her in with terrible radio pop artists for a long time, but I’ve recently realized she’s above and beyond that group. I’ve been getting into 4,and though I’m not absolutely in love with every song, I am so fascinated by her views on music and creativity and what she’s trying to achieve, especially from what I’ve read about her approach to making that album.
Dr. Dog on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic (2/10/12)
- Slick’s drumming is so smooth - They kill it on “Do The Trick” - They end with an amazing version of “The Breeze” - The things they talk about in the interview part (around 17 minutes in) literally make me smile
The Beatles - “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer”
Anyone heard of this The Beatles band? Iunno when they’re from, but, in this song in particular, it sounds like they are pretty heavily influenced by Dr. Dog…….