Rodriguez – Bonus song (Dead End Street) from “Tracks” (Arte Channel). Program33.


Dead End Street originally recorded by Lou Rawls in 1967.


Not to be confused with Dead End Street by The Kinks in 1966 which is a different song.

Charles Bradley – “I’ll Slip Away” (Rodriguez cover) – YouTube

Celebrating Light In The Attic’s 10 year anniversary in 2012, we are releasing a series of very special colored vinyl 7″s and digital downloads. The series features contemporary artists covering a track reissued by Light In The Attic on the A-side, plus the original version on the B-side.

Charles Bradley — known as “The Screaming Eagle of Soul”, and for good reason — tackles ‘I’ll Slip Away’ by one of Light In The Attic’s big success stories, Rodriguez. Dating back three years before his defining Cold Fact album, ‘I’ll Slip Away’ was the Sugarman’s 1967 debut single for Impact Records. In Rodriguez’s hands, it’s shuffling, tropicalia-tinged folk. In Bradley’s hands and backed by the inimitable Menahan Street Band, it’s a vintage soul stomper.

A side is produced by Thomas Brenneck and recorded at Dunham Sound Studio, Brooklyn, NY, July 2012. B side features the original Rodriguez version as remastered by Dave Cooley.

Charles Bradley – “I’ll Slip Away” (Rodriguez cover) – YouTube.

Tubeify: A ‘Historic’ Mashup of, Billboard and YouTube | TorrentFreak

Increasingly, people have started using YouTube as an instant music player. Although the experience is okay for single tracks, it is hardly the music video jukebox most people would love to see. This is where Tubeify comes in, a brand new mashup of, Billboard and Youtube, suited for both casual listeners and musical time travellers. – Ernesto

via Tubeify: A ‘Historic’ Mashup of, Billboard and YouTube | TorrentFreak.

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