Nashville: “Ho Hey”

 

Nashville: “Ho Hey”

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Clip from Nashville featuring “Ho Hey” by Lennon & Maisy Stella (Lumineers cover) “Ho Hey” is available NOW on iTunes: http://bit.ly/10HuapB

Emma Langford – Goodbye Hawaii

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Emma Langford – Goodbye Hawaii (Official)

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Official music video for ‘Goodbye Hawaii’, by Emma Langford. Goodbye Hawaii is the first single from Emma Langford’s second album, released on the 6th of July 2019 Emma’s debut album Quiet Giant is available across all online platforms, buy or download from https://emmalangfordmusic.bandcamp.co… Director: Shane Serrano AC: Wojtek Kwiatkowski Goodbye Hawaii was recorded, mixed and produced by Chris O’Brien & Graham Murphy at The Production Suite, Dublin Mastered by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering, Limerick Cast: Peter Hanagan as Bassist Phil Aherne as Guitarist Shane Wixted as Drummer LA Halvey as Backing Singer Audience Members: Des Langford LesleyAnne & Jake Liddane Eva Birdthistle Mary O’Neill Mary Flynn Sean O’Connor Special thanks to Nenagh Arts Centre, Vito Vintage Limerick & Lorraine O’Connell More videos from Shane Serrano: http://www.shaneserrano.com
Lyrics
You know the funny thing about the day you realise who or what you are
Is that by the time it happens you’re prob’ly not that anymore
And the funny thing is logic states for things to break
They first must fall
And like any small or precious thing, you give nothing or you give all
I can’t give you any more than that
I don’t trust my clumsy feet not to make me fall flat
And the heart’s the only muscle tissue, little known fact
That don’t know how to heal itself if you cut it in half
So don’t cut it in half
We spend our days in endless cycles of lust to oxytocin
Never stopping to think about the space between us that we’ve chosen
Well I can give my mouth, my ear, but I can’t give you my hand
‘Cause though you’re oh so understanding you can never understand
I will hand you cellotape and superglue, and staples
And I’ll help you hold those pieces in place til you’re fit and able
I can never be a surgeon ’cause my stomach’s far from strong
But I hope my bedside sympathies suffice to help you moving on
I can’t give you any more than that
I don’t trust my clumsy feet not to make me fall flat
And the heart’s the only muscle tissue little known fact
That don’t know how to heal itself if you cut it in half
So don’t cut it in half
No don’t cut it in half
No don’t cut it in half
And I can’t give you anymore than that

Peter Gabriel & Sinead O’Connor – Don’t Give Up, Chile 1990

Ok. Let me explain what happend: Vinnie Colaiuta is playing the right rhythm, but he’s putting accents too loud in order to help the keyboard player to feel the 6/8 compass over the 4/4 secuence of harmony. Then, the keyboard player, played the chords out of time (not out of tune). Sting did not knew what to do neither, it seems that those guys learned the song like 15 minutes before playing it. At the end, Sting finally catches the right scale, which all of us can hear a well played bass (even with slaps). Gabriel is used to play this song in a full 6/8 time, with a higher pitch, and only a bass drum playing every last 5 and 6th beats of the 6/8 compass, which actually helps a lot to him to sing it properly. That’s what happend. Pure Confusion. Cheers to everyone, and you’re all right… THIS SOUNDED SOOOOO AWFUL… which prooves that you can be the best player in the world, but if you do not do your homework, you will sound like shit!
 
Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Shaw/REX/Shutterstock (3991497d) Sinead O’Connor Sinead O’Connor at BBC Radio Studios, London, Britain – 29 Jul 2014

Emma Langford – Goodbye Hawaii

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Emma Langford – Goodbye Hawaii (Official)

12,998 views
Jul 6, 2019

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1.47K subscribers
Official music video for ‘Goodbye Hawaii’, by Emma Langford. Goodbye Hawaii is the first single from Emma Langford’s second album, released on the 6th of July 2019 Emma’s debut album Quiet Giant is available across all online platforms, buy or download from https://emmalangfordmusic.bandcamp.co… Director: Shane Serrano AC: Wojtek Kwiatkowski Goodbye Hawaii was recorded, mixed and produced by Chris O’Brien & Graham Murphy at The Production Suite, Dublin Mastered by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering, Limerick Cast: Peter Hanagan as Bassist Phil Aherne as Guitarist Shane Wixted as Drummer LA Halvey as Backing Singer Audience Members: Des Langford LesleyAnne & Jake Liddane Eva Birdthistle Mary O’Neill Mary Flynn Sean O’Connor Special thanks to Nenagh Arts Centre, Vito Vintage Limerick & Lorraine O’Connell More videos from Shane Serrano: http://www.shaneserrano.com
Lyrics
You know the funny thing about the day you realise who or what you are
Is that by the time it happens you’re prob’ly not that anymore
And the funny thing is logic states for things to break
They first must fall
And like any small or precious thing, you give nothing or you give all
I can’t give you any more than that
I don’t trust my clumsy feet not to make me fall flat
And the heart’s the only muscle tissue, little known fact
That don’t know how to heal itself if you cut it in half
So don’t cut it in half
We spend our days in endless cycles of lust to oxytocin
Never stopping to think about the space between us that we’ve chosen
Well I can give my mouth, my ear, but I can’t give you my hand
‘Cause though you’re oh so understanding you can never understand
I will hand you cellotape and superglue, and staples
And I’ll help you hold those pieces in place til you’re fit and able
I can never be a surgeon ’cause my stomach’s far from strong
But I hope my bedside sympathies suffice to help you moving on
I can’t give you any more than that
I don’t trust my clumsy feet not to make me fall flat
And the heart’s the only muscle tissue little known fact
That don’t know how to heal itself if you cut it in half
So don’t cut it in half
No don’t cut it in half
No don’t cut it in half
And I can’t give you anymore than that

David Brophy’s #FrontlineChoir | RTÉ- Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own @tyronetv_irl

David Brophy’s Frontline Choir | RTÉ

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RTÉ – IRELAND’S NATIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE MEDIA

320K subscribers In March 2021 conductor David Brophy formed a choir entirely made up of healthcare workers from across Ireland.

Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own

U2

Tough
You think you’ve got the stuff
You’re telling me and anyone
You’re hard enough

You don’t have to put up a fight
You don’t have to always be right
Let me take some of the punches
For you tonight

Listen to me now
I need to let you know
You don’t have to go it alone

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you when I don’t pick up the phone
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

We fight all the time
You and I, that’s alright
We’re the same soul don’t need, I don’t need to hear you say
That if we weren’t so alike
You’d like me a whole lot more

Listen to me now
I need to let you know
You don’t have to go it alone

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you when I don’t pick up the phone
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

I know that we don’t talk
I’m sick of it all
Can you hear me when I sing?
You’re the reason I sing
You’re the reason why the opera is in me

Hey now
Still got to let you know
A house doesn’t make a home
Don’t leave me here alone

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you that makes it hard to let go
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own
Sometimes you can’t make it
Best you can do, is to fake it
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Clayton Adam / Evans David / Mullen Laurence / Hewson Paul David

Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own lyrics © Polygram Int. Music Publishing B.v.

David Brophy’s #FrontlineChoir | RTÉ- Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own @tyronetv_irl

David Brophy’s Frontline Choir | RTÉ

7,212 viewsAug 26, 2021

RTÉ – IRELAND’S NATIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE MEDIA

320K subscribers In March 2021 conductor David Brophy formed a choir entirely made up of healthcare workers from across Ireland.

Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own

U2

Tough
You think you’ve got the stuff
You’re telling me and anyone
You’re hard enough

You don’t have to put up a fight
You don’t have to always be right
Let me take some of the punches
For you tonight

Listen to me now
I need to let you know
You don’t have to go it alone

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you when I don’t pick up the phone
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

We fight all the time
You and I, that’s alright
We’re the same soul don’t need, I don’t need to hear you say
That if we weren’t so alike
You’d like me a whole lot more

Listen to me now
I need to let you know
You don’t have to go it alone

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you when I don’t pick up the phone
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

I know that we don’t talk
I’m sick of it all
Can you hear me when I sing?
You’re the reason I sing
You’re the reason why the opera is in me

Hey now
Still got to let you know
A house doesn’t make a home
Don’t leave me here alone

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you that makes it hard to let go
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own
Sometimes you can’t make it
Best you can do, is to fake it
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Clayton Adam / Evans David / Mullen Laurence / Hewson Paul David

Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own lyrics © Polygram Int. Music Publishing B.v.

Peter Gabriel & Sinead O’Connor – Don’t Give Up, Chile 1990

Ok. Let me explain what happend: Vinnie Colaiuta is playing the right rhythm, but he’s putting accents too loud in order to help the keyboard player to feel the 6/8 compass over the 4/4 secuence of harmony. Then, the keyboard player, played the chords out of time (not out of tune). Sting did not knew what to do neither, it seems that those guys learned the song like 15 minutes before playing it. At the end, Sting finally catches the right scale, which all of us can hear a well played bass (even with slaps). Gabriel is used to play this song in a full 6/8 time, with a higher pitch, and only a bass drum playing every last 5 and 6th beats of the 6/8 compass, which actually helps a lot to him to sing it properly. That’s what happend. Pure Confusion. Cheers to everyone, and you’re all right… THIS SOUNDED SOOOOO AWFUL… which prooves that you can be the best player in the world, but if you do not do your homework, you will sound like shit!
 
Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Shaw/REX/Shutterstock (3991497d) Sinead O’Connor Sinead O’Connor at BBC Radio Studios, London, Britain – 29 Jul 2014