Nina Simone covered it, so did Creedence, Marilyn Manson and The Kills. None of them are as good and wicked as the original from Screamin Jay Hawkins – what a showman.
My Goodness perform a cut from their fantastic debut album at KEXP’s Concerts at the Mural series in Seattle. These guys are headed for big things.
Comfort is the core of this tunes round-up— all these songs feel good; complimenting healthy serotonin levels, or perhaps sending them sky-high.
The first video and single from Seattle blues rocker’s self-titled debut album, My Goodness. You want to listen to this. At least twice.
My Goodness indeed. The Seattle band perform a track from their self-titled debut at KEXP’s studios. Yes, it’s a two man blues band, but leave your Black Keys comparisons at the door – these guys are great.
Of course The Black Keys rock, but they also slay a slow jam. Recorded live in the studio in Muscle Shoals, AL during the making of Brothers.
Got the blues? Why not write a song about it? Waste some time on the web creating your custom blues song of woe just like a real Mississippi sharecropper would.
Check out the music video for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ new song “Jefferson Jericho Blues”. The song is off their new album Mojo.
Return to the playground as elementary kids flirt and woo each other and eventually fight it out while their parents watch in this hilarious video for “Tighten Up” by The Black Keys.