Category: music

Through By Jimmy Eat World

Since You’re Gone by The Pretty Reckless

George Harrison’s demo for Ringo’s 1971 hit “It Don’t Come Easy”

Ringo co-wrote the song with George, who also produced this, added background vocals, and played bass and the wonderful guitar that’s so integral to this song’s success.

It’s quite ragged, but this version is AWESOME. There are no horns, and with fewer layers of overdubs, you can really hear backup vocals. George’s guitar is also truly sweet in this version – easily the equal of anything he played on All Things Must Pass. There’s even a bonus “Hare Krishna” chant in the middle!

Play this NOW, thank me later.

Prince on piano, riffing on Gershwin’s “Summertime” during a soundcheck in Osaka, 1990. Originally uploaded by Steve Purcell. Read the story here (which I wrote for my day job, and quite epic if I say so myself), but for now, watch, listen, and be amazed.

December by Neck Deep

Worth It by Neck Deep

What Did You Expect? by Neck Deep

Marshall mids

does anyone use the Marshall mid bluetooth headphones? I’m looking for bluetooth headphones and it’s quiet hard to find some good ones that arent like 300 bucks so I’m wondering if the Marshalls are any good. let me know!

Marshall mids

does anyone use the Marshall mid bluetooth headphones? I’m looking for bluetooth headphones and it’s quiet hard to find some good ones that arent like 300 bucks so I’m wondering if the Marshalls are any good. let me know!

George Harrison’s demo for Ringo’s 1971 hit “It Don’t Come Easy”

Ringo co-wrote the song with George, who also produced this, added background vocals, and played bass and the wonderful guitar that’s so integral to this song’s success.

It’s quite ragged, but this version is AWESOME. There are no horns, and with fewer layers of overdubs, you can really hear backup vocals. George’s guitar is also truly sweet in this version – easily the equal of anything he played on All Things Must Pass. There’s even a bonus “Hare Krishna” chant in the middle!

Play this NOW, thank me later.