Your Song is amongst Sir Elton John‘s most famous songs, if not the most one. Released in 1970 in the eponymous second album by English singer-songwriter. Piano, as in many Elton John’s songs, is the great and regal player. It opens and closes the song, giving it an effective but linear and clean structure. It’s… Read More


 Knock on Wood was perhaps the most famous song in the world in the 1970s. Drawn to the ultimate success by Amii Steward’s amazing performance in 1978, maybe not everyone knows that the song was written almost a decade earlier, in 1966, by Eddy Floyd and Steve Copper, who recorded it as a single. Many… Read More


Come as you are (Nevermind 1991)

Come As You Are is one of the best sellers and most representative songs of Nirvana, the grunge band par excellence led by Kurt Cobain. The single, released in 1991 and extracted from the album Nevermind. It was only surpassed by Smell Like Spirit and was included in the 500 immortal songs, according to the renowned Rolling… Read More


George Jones

We have already stated how popular country music is, especially in the US. Today we are talking about Frozen Heart, a song by George Jones, an artist considered one of the most important players of American country music, almost a legend.   A life of true country man George Jones is Texan in everything and… Read More


We all know that Jimi Hendrix is a guitar genius for different reasons. Hear the “guitar only” track of Crosstown Traffic to better understand his incredible abilities. Listen to all details Jimi plays on his guitar: it’s amazing (keep in mind that it has been recorded on 1967 in London at Olympic Studios by Mr… Read More


Tight Pants by Boozed

Composers of Tight Pants, title track of the homonymous 2005 album, are without a doubt the hottest and most promising band in Germany. I am obviously talking about the Boozed. Authentic, strong and virile sounds that merge rock music, old Rolling Stone with a hint of Ac/Dc. All harmonized with a soul sound and the… Read More


When we talk about Lord you are good, we talk about gospel. The word means the word of Lord, and everyone knows that it is church music. Originally from the 1930s, it’s a musical form born in South American churches. An evolution of songs in the hard work fields, where slaves found comfort in the… Read More


I am afraid of Americans was written in 1995 by the two colleagues/friends but was published in 1997 on Bowie’s Earthling album. And when David Bowie and Brian Eno come into play, you already know that you’ll hear great music But let’s take a small step backwards. America is a country that has always inspired Bowie,… Read More


Rodney Scott Carrington, born in 1968, is an American all-round artist: singer, actor, composer. He was born and raised in Texas. There he also performed his first works on radio as a comic actor. The origin of the comicality later found in his original songs, often used as soundtrack of his shows. As a good Texan,… Read More