quote:Joining Jools on this last programme in the current series are: LA's own alternative rock/funk superstars Red Hot Chili Peppers with songs from their tenth studio album I'm With You, and Iceland's biggest musical export Bjork with pieces from her newest album Biophilia. The album began as a true interactive experience and combined music with technological innovation and themes of science and nature, and was the first-ever 'app album'. It has also now surfaced as a traditional release.
Also in the studio, from Burnage, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds with songs from his debut album, which made it to number one in the UK album chart.
Making their TV debuts on the show are East London's answer to The Strokes, Spector, who perform a couple of their sparkly pop tunes, and also from London, Michael Kiwanuka, a 23-year-old son of Ugandan immigrants whose sound has been compared to Bill Withers and Van Morrison.
Completing the series, from Nashville, singer songwriter Gillian Welch, joined by her musical partner and guitarist Dave Rawlings on a couple of songs from her album The Harrow and the Harvest.
quote:Joining Jools on show is Detroit's own contemporary bluesman Jack White, who returns to the studio having been before as one half of White Stripes and a member of both The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather. He performs tracks from his solo debut Blunderbuss.
Norah Jones returns to the show to play selections from her new Danger Mouse produced album Little Broken Hearts.
From Athens GA, come hotly tipped four-piece Alabama Shakes with a firin' blend of hard rock, blues and soul; this is their UK TV debut.
Celebrating 50 years as a legendary Irish folk force, The Chieftains perform tracks from their Voice Of Ages album, joined by both Secret Sisters and Carolina Chocolate Drops, and the Drops also play one of their own tunes.
Canadian artist and musician Grimes makes her UK television debut with songs from her acclaimed Visions album.
Oh over die regel las ik nog helemaal heen Ook leuke namen!quote:
Aah, ik volgde het eigenlijk nooit echt. Heb de Canvas returns gekeken en idd vaak op vrijdag. Maar dit was wel fijn idd grimes is echt fijn!quote:
Helemaal niet jammer, want dan kan ik het alsnog zien.quote:
Ik vind dat ene nummer wel leuk maar dan heb ik ze ook wel helemaal gehad.quote:
Damon Albarnquote:Joining Jools in the studio is St Vincent aka multi-instrumentalist Annie Erin Clark, playing numbers from her acclaimed Strange Mercy release. Sheffield son Richard Hawley returns to Later... with songs from his eighth album Standing At The Sky's Edge. Another frequent visitor to the show is Damon Albarn, and this time he is showcasing his Dr Dee folk opera project.
Florida's screaming eagle of soul Charles Bradley is also in the room, with selections from his No Time For Dreaming debut. Also added to the bill is upcoming West London pop star Rita Ora, who has already started topping the charts with her smash with DJ Fresh, and for her own career finds herself under the wing of Jay Z and his Roc Nation label. Completing the line-up is Armenian pianist Tigran, who blends folk and classical themes in spellbinding style, performing from his self-titled debut solo piano album A Fable.
Ik neem het nooit op.quote:
Daar is wel een manier voor, maar ik weet niet hoe (zij weet niet hoe, zij weet niet hoe...).quote:Op zaterdag 22 september 2012 00:58 schreef svann het volgende:
Ik neem het nooit op.
Gaaf net die KT Tunstal met haar pedaaltjes (uit 2004).
Weet nog goed hoe verbaasd ik daar naar zat te kijken toen.
Ik zou trouwens wel eens willen weten hoe je die BBC-player kunt bedotten.
Zodat ik wél de gemiste uitzendingen kan bekijken of (op z'n Vlaams) herbekijken.
Voor het eerst weer met alle nog levende originele leden, dus (zoals je waarschijnlijk hebt gezien) een reünie mét Brian Wilson, en zelfs David Marks, die er sinds 1963 niet meer bij is geweest. Een zeer bijzondere aangelegenheid dus.quote:
Ik heb het niet gezien, ik kijk nooit naar de kortere uitzendingen op dinsdag. Ik las dat een groot deel van de groep (waaronder Wilson) niet op tournee ging, ik vond het opmerkelijk dat er dan nog werd getourd, maar zoals ik al zei was dat op oor.nl. Nu ik er langer over nadenk: ik geloof dat dat bericht sloeg op een Amerikaanse tournee. Ik herinner me overigens dat The Beach Boys nog niet zo lang geleden ook al bij Jools speelden. De huidige bezetting zal dan inderdaad wel bijzonder zijn.quote:Op woensdag 26 september 2012 00:00 schreef Aisumasen het volgende:
Voor het eerst weer met alle nog levende originele leden, dus (zoals je waarschijnlijk hebt gezien) een reünie mét Brian Wilson, en zelfs David Marks, die er sinds 1963 niet meer bij is geweest. Een zeer bijzondere aangelegenheid dus.
Mike Love bezit de naam ´The Beach Boys', dus die heeft jarenlang zowat in zijn eentje optreden . En hij is van plan die draad weer doodleuk op te pakken, nu het 50-jarig jubileum ten einde loopt. Er zal een groot deel van het publiek zich flink opgelicht voelen.quote:Op woensdag 26 september 2012 01:11 schreef tim. het volgende:
Ik heb het niet gezien, ik kijk nooit naar de kortere uitzendingen op dinsdag. Ik las dat een groot deel van de groep (waaronder Wilson) niet op tournee ging, ik vond het opmerkelijk dat er dan nog werd getourd, maar zoals ik al zei was dat op oor.nl. Nu ik er langer over nadenk: ik geloof dat dat bericht sloeg op een Amerikaanse tournee. Ik herinner me overigens dat The Beach Boys nog niet zo lang geleden ook al bij Jools speelden. De huidige bezetting zal dan inderdaad wel bijzonder zijn.
Ook die zal waarschijnlijk wel eens over z'n top raken.quote:
Dat is het mooie van de programmering van Jools: er zit altijd voor bijna iedereen iets leuks bij.quote:
Gelijk had je.quote:
quote:Jools is joined by Ellie Goulding, Band of Horses, Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, Rodriguez, Larry Graham from Sly & The Family Stone, Foals and Luisa Sobral.
quote:Jools is joined on his first show from a brand new home by Suede, who have just had a top ten album with their sixth LP, Bloodsports, their first in eleven years. From Birmingham, Laura Mvula has already burst on the scene in 2013 with her debut album Sing To The Moon. She will be performing a couple of tracks from it including recent single Green Garden.
Also on the show, originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Chan Marshall AKA Cat Power returns, and making their television debut are hotly-tipped Irish teenage four piece The Strypes with their take on the classic rhythm and blues sound of the 60s and 70s which has already won them a legion of fans including Paul Weller and Dave Grohl.
New York's 'Screaming Eagle of Soul' Charles Bradley also returns to the show to perform tracks from his hugely anticipated sophomore LP 'Victim of Love' following the soaring success of his 2011 breakthrough debut. 24-year-old Oklahoman troubadour John Fullbright will make his UK TV debut, with songs from his highly praised, Grammy nominated debut album 'From the Ground Up'.
quote:Joining Jools on the first show of the series, with music from his latest album Yeezus, is hip hop superstar and worldwide hitmaker Kanye West. Oklahoma's multi-million selling Followill clan aka Kings of Leon perform numbers from their upcoming sixth album Mechanical Bull; and it's a welcome return for Sting, who showcases tunes from his album The Last Ship, which is not only his first all-original compositions album in a decade but also the soundtrack to his play, due to open on Broadway in 2014.
Sixteen-year-old New Zealand sensation Lorde, whose first single Royals has clocked up over six million hits on YouTube, makes her UK TV debut. Hailing from the Peak District, explosive garage rock duo Drenge, brothers Rory and Eoin Loveless, also make their first TV appearance with songs from their eponymous debut album. And half of the Righteous Brothers, Bill Medley, the voice of You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling and (I Had) The Time of My Life, chats about his career and performs with Jools at the piano.
Jeugdsentiment voor mij. Dat jij het noemt.quote:
Ja, voor mij ook, ik was toen 13. En ik hoorde gisteren op de radio dat Jools ook de lange piano-uittro heeft gespeeld van The The - Uncertain Smile. Wist ik ook niet.quote:Op woensdag 18 september 2013 13:11 schreef Iwanius het volgende:
Jeugdsentiment voor mij. Dat jij het noemt.
quote:Boston's legendary Pixies join Jools on the second show of this series, and will be on hand to play a handful of classics and new tunes from their hugely influential catalogue. Janelle Monae - who shot to fame with her debut The ArchAndroid in 2010 - is also in the studio showcasing tracks from her new The Electric Lady album, which features collaborations with Prince and Erykah Badu.
Swamp rock blues legend Tony Joe White, whose songwriting credits include Polk Salad Annie, Steamy Windows and Rainy Night In Georgia, plays a couple of numbers from his new album Hoodoo.
Hotly tipped Glasgow electropop trio Chvrches make their Later debut with tunes from their debut The Bones of What You Believe. Also from Boston, the R&B stylings of Barrence Whitfield & The Savages, whose album Dig Thy Savage Soul is their first in almost 20 years.
En dit inderdaad. Nooit van gehoord, maar leuke band.quote:
quote:Series 44 Episode 1 of 7
DURATION: 1 HOUR, 5 MINUTES
Later... with Jools Holland returns for a run of seven episodes, with the now regular live show on Tuesdays and full-length show on Fridays.
Joining Jools on the first show are Elbow, making a welcome return with numbers from their recent chart-topping album The Take Off and Landing of Everything, including their recent single New York Morning.
Neneh Cherry, who made her solo TV debut 25 years ago while heavily pregnant, performs tracks from her long-awaited solo album Blank Project, which features collaborations with Four Tet and Robyn, plus her classic 1988 tune Buffalo Stance.
Making their UK TV debut are post-punk five-piece Eagulls from Leeds, whose songs express their anger and discomfort with all around them through their stark lyrics, combined with punchy choruses and brilliant melodies.
On the other side of the musical coin, with 50 years in showbiz and still packing them in, is Leicestershire's own Engelbert Humperdinck, who joins the line-up with a chat and a classic number at the piano.
Also in the studio and making their TV debut are Cambridge-based baroque-house-pop foursome Clean Bandit, performing one of the biggest singles of the year so far - Rather Be - with vocalist Jess Glynne, plus a couple of other tunes.
Completing the line-up is Danish singer-songwriter and pianist Agnes Obel, whose debut album Aventine saw her sweep up various accolades across Europe and became the soundtrack to many a Scandinavian drama.
quote:Jools Holland: My Life in music
In this documentary film, Jools Holland takes us on a journey of his life that has made him the doyen of the music scene.
Growing up in the East End, joining the hit band Squeeze and landing the job of presenting the iconic TV show The Tube, all contributed to him becoming BBC Two's music man.
Including special behind-the-scenes access to the critically acclaimed programme Later... with Jools Holland and to Jools's own recording studio in Greenwich, designed by the man himself.
Featuring interviews with Sir Tom Jones, Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Paul Weller, Sir Bob Geldof and Vic Reeves.
Toch vond ik hem nog wel goed klinken.quote:
quote:Jools is joined in the studio by Glasgow's own Paolo Nutini, who returns after a five-year break since his multi-platinum Sunny Side Up album. He performs tracks from his new long player Caustic Love.
One of the most talked-about new bands of the year, from Brighton - singer and guitarist Ben Thatcher and drummer Mike Kerr, also known as Royal Blood - make their Later debut with their formula of heavy blues riffs and rock choruses.
From New Zealand, Neil Finn, who has appeared on the show in a variety of guises over the years, pops in to play selections from his new Dizzy Heights album. Plus, making her UK televison debut is New York-based singer-songwriter Joan Wasser, better known as Joan As Police Woman, who is doing a tune or two from her critically acclaimed album The Classic. Brooklyn five-piece Lucius perform songs from their Wildewoman album.
Born into a Jamaican family in Dagenham, East London, vocalist Zara McFarlane has been described as 'the most interesting jazz singer to appear in years'. With her quartet, she performs their take on the reggae classic Police and Thieves from her If You Knew Her album.
quote:Joining Jools in the studio are Leicester's stadium rockers and upcoming Glastonbury headliners Kasabian, debuting tracks from their upcoming fifth album '48:13', appropriately named after its running length. Following her collaboration in 2013 with David Byrne, New York singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Annie Clark aka St. Vincent, returns to perform on the show. She released her fifth and self-titled album to much critical acclaim in early 2014.
Former Roxy Music member and producer extraordinaire Brian Eno and front man of long-running dance outfit Underworld Karl Hyde, have joined forces to record an album entitled 'Someday World', which is an organic blend of melody and dance grooves. Also on the show are Ibibio Sound Machine, an eight-piece British-based band who veer between the West African highlife sound mixed with modern post-punk and electro, led by London born Nigerian singer Eno Williams.
New York singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant, known for her work with the group 10,000 Maniacs back in the 1980s, has recorded her first new collection of original material for 13 years which has been described as 'an alluring mix of the political and the personal'.
And making his TV debut, from Bristol, is George Ezra who cites Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie as his musical influences.
Heeft ze niet nodig, vind ik. Ze speelde vlak daarvoor best een aardig moppie gitaar.quote:
Ik vind zulke dingen bij concerten al een beetje 'moet dat nou?', maar bij van zulk soort optredens als bij Jools denk ik al helemaal 'laat maar achterwege' . Gelukkig krijg je het er bij het album niet bij.quote:
Ik werd om kwart over twaalf vannacht gebeld door een vriend. Of ik ze kende.quote:
quote:Joining Jools for the final episode of the series are Canada's Arcade Fire, who perform tracks from their disco-tinged, No 1 Reflektor album, ahead of their prestigious headline slot at this 2014's Glastonbury Festival.
Dublin's rockabilly queen Imelda May returns to the show with a number or two from her internationally acclaimed Tribal LP, which recently shot to No 3 in the UK album charts.
Also in the studio are Kendal's Wild Beasts, performing a track or two from their critically acclaimed fourth album, Present Tense.
Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten returns to perform a number from her hugely anticipated upcoming album, Are We There.
Born in Ghana and raised in London, former Jazz student Kwabs makes his TV debut. With his rich baritone voice combined with a gospel meets electronica sound, he is making soul music for the 21st century.
From Seattle, songwriter and musician Damien Jurado has been putting out records since the mid 1990s and he performs a track from his recent and eleventh album, Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son.
Completing the line-up and the series, 54 years since The Shadows' monumental chart debut with Apache, British music icon and legendary guitarist Hank Marvin joins Jools in the studio for a chat at the piano.
Episode 1 of 8 - DURATION: 1 HOUR
Later... with Jools Holland returns for a series of eight shows and joining Jools on the first show are Leeds-based trio Alt-J, who perform tracks from their upcoming second album This Is All Yours, which is the follow-up to their Mercury award-winning 2012 debut An Awesome Wave.
Also in the studio, from Jacksonville, North Carolina, is Ryan Adams, who makes his fourth appearance on the show and 14 years after the release of his debut album Heartbreaker, he performs a couple of songs from his self-titled and self-produced 14th LP, which has been described as 'a collection of burly, electric-guitar-laden drive-time rock anthems'.
West London collective Jungle bring their mesmeric, kaleidoscopic modern soul to the studio. Led by a musical duo known simply as J and T, they expand to a seven-piece live set-up to deliver a couple of tunes from their debut self-titled album.
Jools is also joined by Tahliah Debrett Barnett, aka FKA twigs, who has just released her debut album LP1 to much critical acclaim and melds a variety of genres from trip hop and jazz to ambient and R&B.
Formed in Canton, Ohio, legendary US R&B singing group The O'Jays, known for classics such as Back Stabbers and Love Train, are joining Jools round the piano. And from Australia, singer-songwriter Vance Joy makes his debut on the show with his infectious global hit and UK top 10 single Riptide from his debut album Dream Your Life Away.
quote:Series 45 Live - Episode 2 of 8
DURATION: 30 MINUTES
Joining Jools is New York's Mary J Blige who returns to the show for the fifth time to debut tracks from her forthcoming album, The London Sessions, which came about after she spent a month in the city working with recent collaborators Disclosure and Sam Smith, along with the likes of Naughty Boy and Emeli Sande.
Another homage to London comes from Marianne Faithfull who performs songs from her album Give My Love to London, which features tracks co-written with the likes of Nick Cave, Roger Waters and Anna Calvi, the last of whom joins Marianne on their song Falling Back.
From Southampton, a Later debut for rock trio Band of Skulls with songs from their third album, Himalayan, and there is another debut for Irish singer-songwriter Hozier, whose first album is released shortly. Swedish sisters Klara and Johanna Soderberg aka First Aid Kit also debut on the show with songs from their second album, Stay Gold.
Joining Jools for a chat is actor, DJ and musical enthusiast Idris Elba, who talks about the album he's conceived and produced called Mi Mandela, which explores the music of South Africa he discovered whilst shooting The Long Walk to Freedom.
Stomme Android met zijn verspringende stukjes tekst.quote:
quote:Series 45 Live - Episode 3 of 8
DURATION: 30 MINUTES
Joining Jools on the third show of the series is south London's Jamie T, who is back after a five-year absence with his third LP Carry on the Grudge, blending urgent rockers like Zombie and ballads like They Told Me It Rained with the old urgency and a new maturity.
From Birmingham, legendary voice of iconic UK reggae outfit UB40, Ali Campbell, who has reunited with original fellow band members Astro and Micky on new album Silhouette, which is a mix of new songs and reggaefied versions of classics by the Beatles, Bob Dylan and the Chi-Lites.
Also on the show are north London producers Kye 'Foamo' Gibbon and Matt 'RackNRuin' Robson-Scott, also known as Gorgon City. They perform their chart smash Ready for Your Love, which features the exciting new voice of MNEK, along with another floor-filler from their upcoming Sirens album.
Best-selling Irish singer-songwriter Damien Rice returns solo after eight years away. He debuts songs from his much-anticipated third album My Favourite Faded Fantasy.
Baltimore based synth pop group Future Islands play a couple of tracks from their fourth album Singles.
Also from the US and based in Minneapolis, singer songwriter Chastity Brown who critics have dubbed a 'rocking and rolling encyclopaedia of roots music'.
quote:Series 46 - Episode 1 of 7
Joining Jools on the first show are Blur, making a welcome return to the show after an absence of 15 years. They perform a number of tracks from upcoming album The Magic Whip, their first new LP in 16 years as a four-piece, which began recording during an unscheduled touring break in Hong Kong back in 2013.
Also returning to the show is English singer-songwriter Laura Marling whose fifth album Short Movie sees her move into a more electric direction and is inspired by her ongoing voyage of discovery.
London foursome the Vaccines return with songs from their soon-to-be-released third album, the David Fridmann-produced English Graffiti. From Mali, Songhoy Blues are a young desert blues punk band whose influences have been described as ranging from Malian greats such as Ali Farka Toure and Baba Salah to Hendrix and R&B. They are performing a couple of tunes from their debut Music In Exile, produced by Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs fame.
From Richmond, Virginia is Natalie Prass, whose self-titled debut album is full of slow-burning soul music and lovesick harmonies and was highly acclaimed on its release at the beginning of the year. Minnesota's jazz blues quartet Davina and the Vagabonds are also in the studio, with a tune or two from their recent Sunshine album.
Completing the line-up is singer-songwriter and member of Soft Cell Marc Almond, who joins Jools at the piano for a chat.
quote:Series 46 Live - Episode 2 of 7
Joining Jools is US musician and producer George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic, who revolutionized R&B during the 1970s, twisting soul music into funk by adding influences from the likes of Hendrix, Zappa and Sly Stone. The Parliament/Funkadelic machine had huge success over the 70s including their million-selling iconic track One Nation Under A Groove.
Two hugely successful British acts also perform on the show. London folk-rock outfit Mumford & Sons return to debut tracks from their upcoming third studio album Wilder Mind, which sees the band take a turn down a more electric sounding road. And Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds also return to the show to perform tracks from second album Chasing Yesterday, which topped the chart back in February.
Making her UK TV debut is 27-year-old Mirel Wagner, born in Ethiopia and raised in Finland. Her songs have been described as gloomy blues & folk stripped down to the bone. She performs a track from her second LP When the Cellar Children See the Light of Day, recent winner of the 2014 Nordic Music Prize.
Obaro Ejimiwe, aka south London's Ghostpoet, performs a couple of tracks from his third 'moody alt-rock' album Shedding Skin.
Completing the line-up is Senegalese musician Cheikh Lô, who performs a track from his upcoming album Balbalou.
quote:Series 46 Episode 3 of 7
Joining Jools from London are Florence and the Machine who return to the show to debut tracks from their upcoming third album How Big How Blue How Beautiful, the Charlatans return to the studio for the first time in seven years to play a couple of numbers from recently released Modern Nature, their twelfth album and first since founding member Jon Brookes died of brain cancer two years ago.
Originally from Boston, classic US singer-songwriter James Taylor has made his first album of original material in 13 years and will be on the show to perform a couple of songs from his upcoming seventeenth studio album Before This World. From Los Angeles, with a glam-rock feel, Mini Mansions are Zach Dawes, Tyler Parkford, and Queens of the Stone Age bassist Michael Shuman, making their debut on the show with a couple of numbers from their acclaimed second album The Great Pretenders.
Soulful south Londoner Andreya Triana is stepping into the limelight after building her career collaborating with many artists and producers with her second album Giants, which has been described as an 'elegant melting pot of styles, sounds and themes effortlessly brought together by a voice both distinct and timeless in equal measure'. Completing the line-up from Kansas are Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear, a mother-and-son duo consisting of singer-guitarist and songwriter Madisen Ward and his mother Ruth, also on vocals and guitar, which combines strong songwriting and neo-soul vocals.
quote:Series 46 - Episode 4 of 7
Joining Jools are FFS, a collaboration between Scots art-poppers Franz Ferdinand and legendary Los Angeles new-wave duo Sparks, who first talked about joining forces around the time of Franz's debut in 2004 - but it's taken until now for them to record an album together. Returning to the show following their 2012 debut are US band Alabama Shakes, who have just released their second and well-received album Sound & Color, which sees them take more of deep-soul route, channelling the likes of Curtis Mayfield and Marvin Gaye. Southern-born, Brooklyn-based indie-country trio the Lone Bellow will be in the studio to perform a couple of tracks from their second album Then Came The Morning. Canadian singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr will be making his UK TV debut on this week's show, with tunes from his acclaimed debut album Goon, which sees him tapping into the songwriting lineage of Harry Nilsson and Randy Newman. Northumberland chamber folk group The Unthanks perform tracks from Mount the Air, their first studio album in four years. Completing the line-up is English soul and R&B singer Shaun Escoffery, making his Later debut with tracks from In the Red Room.
quote:Series 46 - Episode 5 of 7
Joining Jools on the show is UK legend Paul Weller, who is about to release his twelth solo album Saturns Pattern, which sees him voyaging further along on his seemingly unending musical purple patch.
From Rockville, Maryland, Father John Misty makes his UK TV debut on the show with a couple of tunes from his highly acclaimed I Love You Honeybear album, which he claims is a concept album about himself, and finds him getting up to no end of regrettable behaviour.
Making a welcome return to the show is east London-based Lianne La Havas, whose Later debut back in 2011 wowed Bon Iver so much, he took her on tour, and she's also played host to Prince in her own living room. Lianne is unveiling tracks from her upcoming second album, Blood.
From Atlanta, Curtis Harding, who is the son of a gospel singer, showcases tracks from his debut album Soul Power, which has seen him compared to the likes of Otis Redding, Curtis Mayfield and TV On The Radio.
From New York, The Hot Sardines with a sound that is steeped in hot jazz and gypsy swing - 'a slice of between-the-wars Paris via New Orleans'. And from Derry, Northern Ireland, rising young singer-songwriter SOAK with a song from her debut album Before We Forgot How To Dream.
quote:Series 46 - Episode 6 of 7
Joining Jools on the show are south London's bass merchants Rudimental, who return to the studio to perform tracks from their upcoming second album, the follow-up to their best-selling Mercury- and Brit-nominated debut, Home.
Celebrating their 30th anniversary, Simply Red play a couple of tunes from their first new album in eight years, Big Love, plus one of their classics and from north London comes rapper and grime artist Skepta with his breakout tune Shutdown.
Currently on what is billed as her last tour of the UK, legendary singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading is also in the room with a song or two from her catalogue. From Fort Worth, Texas, comes Leon Bridges, who is steeped in the look of the 1950s drive-in with a voice in the style of Sam Cooke and performs a couple of tracks from his upcoming Coming Home LP. Also in the studio, from Illinois, is Ezra Furman, who recently signed to London's Bella Union label. He has been described as a 'ball of energy, bouncing around genre borders with glee', and with his group performs a couple of numbers in the style of 'the rebellion of 90s indie rock, a string of sunshine-y 80s pop, and the snarl of 70s punk'.
quote:Series 46 - Episode 7 of 7
Joining Jools on the final show of this series are Devon's global musical export Muse, debuting tracks from their upcoming seventh studio album Drones, which singer Matt Bellamy has described as the band 'going back to a more rock sound'.
Jazz and blues chanteuse Melody Gardot returns to the show to perform tracks from her upcoming fourth album Currency of Man, which sees her take on a new musical direction that harks back to 60s Nina Simone, the songs moving through fat fuzzed electric guitars, wailing horns, pulsing bass lines and direct lyrics.
Originally from Olympia, Washington, Sleater-Kinney were part of the riot grrrl scene of the late 90s and released seven albums until going on a hiatus in 2006. In 2015 they released their first album in a decade, No Cities to Love, to great acclaim, and the trio perform a couple of tracks from it on the show.
Jools also chats to Giorgio Moroder, producer extraordinaire and the man behind such hits as Donna Summer's I Feel Love and Phil Oakey's Together in Electric Dreams.
Also on the final show of the series is US folk music royalty and leading figure of the British folk revival Peggy Seeger, who performs a track from her recent Everything Changes album, which draws on her forte as a songwriter. Making her TV debut is London-based, dreamy balladeer Ala.Ni, whose songs hark back to the 40s and 50s, albeit with a personal, contemporary touch.
Completing the line-up is US blues musician and bona fide star here in his adopted country, Seasick Steve, who returns with more elemental blues boogie and folk, picking from his latest and Top 5 album Sonic Soul Surfer.
quote:Joining Jools on the fifth show of this run is ultimate frontman and all-round icon Iggy Pop, who finally makes his live debut on the show with tracks from his recent and 17th studio album Post Pop Depression, recorded with Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme. Josh joins Iggy on the show along with fellow QOTSA band member Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders. French rock 'n' roll chanteuse Lou Doillon, daughter of singer Jane Birkin and director Jacques Doillon, is in the studio with her band to perform a couple of numbers from her second album Lay Low.
Also on the show is Jamaican reggae revival/hip-hop star Protoje, who had great success with his 2015 track Who Knows (featuring Chronixx), which became one of the biggest reggae crossover tracks out there and launched Protoje as the breakthrough artist in reggae. He and his eight-piece band run through tracks from his current album Ancient Future.
Graham Nash, formerly of CSN&Y and the Hollies, launches his sixth solo album This Path Tonight, his first in 14 years, which is produced by Shane Fontayne - who joins Graham in an acoustic duo for this performance. Two acts making their UK TV debuts are Stockport-born indie pop band Blossoms and from Nashville, Tennessee-based Margo Price, a country music/honky tonk singer-songwriter who has just released her debut album Midwest Farmer's Daughter on Jack White-founded label Third Man Records.
Dat was vorige week Iggy Pop & Josh Hommequote:
Zal die Ballaké wel geweest zijn.quote:
Een Kora. De harp van Afrika. Toumani en zijn zoon Sidiké Diabaté vind ik beter op dat instrument dan Balleké.quote:Op dinsdag 24 mei 2016 23:35 schreef Dagoduck het volgende:
Zal die Ballaké wel geweest zijn.
Ik weet niet eens wat voor instrument dat is.
Weer wat geleerd.quote:
quote:Series 49 Live - Episode 1 (1/7)
Later... With Jools Holland returns for its 49th series with the sort of exclusives that makes it the key taste-making destination in music television.
Nashville's Kings of Leon return to Jools's theatre of dreams with their first album in three years, Walls, which finds them re-energised and returning to the anthemic sound and classic songwriting of their best work, thanks in part to producer Markus Dravs. Jack White has appeared on the show with the White Stripes, The Raconteurs, Dead Weather, and recently toured and fronted not one but two bands of different genders, but now he makes his solo acoustic debut, re-interpreting songs from his back catalogue, many of which are previously unreleased, ahead of a whole album collecting acoustic work from 1988-2016.
Multi-Grammy award-winning Sting has sold over 100 million albums and has been touring the past two years with both Paul Simon and Peter Gabriel, but he has also found time to make his first straight-ahead rock 'n' roll album in many a year. 57th & 9th refers to the street he crossed on his way to the New York studio where he recorded this thirteenth solo work, showcasing Sting at his canniest and most direct as displayed in new single I Can't Stop Thinking About You, which echoes his work with The Police. Stir into that the dark R&B of LA's Banks, who is about to release her second album The Altar, and Antibes-grown LA-based Frenchman Anthony Gonzalez's band M83, with the delightful 80s inflected disco dream pop of seventh studio album Junk, and you've got the kind of mix that only Jools can provide - all quality, no filler.
Nashville born-and-bred singer, pianist and songwriter Kandace Springs performs a track from her sparkling full-length Blue Note Records debut, Soul Eyes, a winning fusion of jazz and soul.
And legendary guitarist and founder of Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page makes a trip to chat to Jools.
Later... with Jools Holland, Series 49
Joining Jools on the fifth show of the series is the classic rock and roll band The Pretenders. Led by the inimitable Chrissie Hynde, they play tracks from their upcoming ninth studio album Alone, their first since 2008. Joining them will be the record's producer, Dan 'The Black Keys' Auerbach.
Two black British artists are making their TV debuts on the show tonight. Londoner Samm Henshaw is shaping up to be a new star of British rock and soul - he manages to combine a rich retro sound, steeped in a soul tradition, whilst pushing it forwards with subtle experimentation and strong songs. South London unsigned singer and rapper Ray BLK has grown out of the British grime scene and has been getting a lot of attention for her songs that channel her likes, loves and occasional dislikes for her hometown into soulful and honest R&B tracks like My Hood, that you won't be able to get out of your head.
Finally also making their debut on the show are Empire of the Sun, the collaboration between Luke Steele, of alternative rock act The Sleepy Jackson, and Nick Littlemore, of electronic dance outfit Pnau. Together, these alt-electro pioneers are known for their elaborate stage sets and futuristic outlandish vibe. Their 2008 debut album Walking on a Dream brought the duo international success. They showcase a couple of tracks from their much anticipated third album Two Vines, along with a headdress or two.
Chatting to Jools are Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke and Mick Ralphs, three of the original members of Bad Company. The 70s rock stalwarts have reformed for a swan song tour of the UK.
US born folk singer-songwriter and humourist Loudon Wainwright III appeared on the second ever episode of Later... back in October 1992, and he returns to the studio 350 shows later to entertain and amuse with a number or two from his latest and 26th album Haven't Got the Blues (Yet).
Plus a performance from rising British blues rock guitarist and singer Joanne Shaw Taylor, who is making her debut on the show with a couple of tracks from her recently released fifth studio album Wild.
Joining Jools on the penultimate show of the series and making her debut is Danish electro-pop singer-songwriter MØ, originally one half of a Danish feminist anarcho-punk duo and more recently known for her chart-topping collaborations with electro group Major Lazer. With a fierce stage presence and uninhibited, wild live performance style, she will be performing a track or two from her upcoming second studio album.
Also making her debut is British-born Indian sitar player Anoushka Shankar, daughter of sitar maestro Ravi Shankar. Performing in a trio with double bass and hang, the five time Grammy-nominated musician will be performing a unique performance adapted from her eighth studio album 'Land Of Gold'.
Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sande, who made her debut on the show back in 2011. She returns to perform tracks from upcoming second LP Long Live the Angels, the much anticipated follow-up to her multimillion selling 2012 debut album, Our Version of Events.
Returning to the show nine years after their last appearance are Chicago band Wilco, with their tenth studio album Schmilco, a mostly acoustic collection of songs, and the fifth album by the current line-up. They also perform a track from last year's surprise release Star Wars.
LA art-rockers Warpaint recently returned with their third studio album Heads Up, which employed their usual dream-rock mysticism, but this time combined with a newfound danceability in their sound. Taking time out from their UK tour, the female quartet deliver a taster of their propulsive live show.
Performing solo is Russian-born, New York-based singer and pianist Regina Spektor, who has become one of her generation's most respected singer-songwriters. She returns to the show with a couple of numbers from her recently released seventh studio album Remember Us to Life, which is a bold, orchestral take on avant-pop.
Later... with Jools Holland, Series 49 Live
Joining Jools in his music box for the last show in the series are London's electronic music production duo Chase and Status, aka Saul Milton and Will Kennard, who are about to tour the UK and continue to straddle the UK's dance, urban and grime scenes. They bring some of their recent collaborators, including singer Tom Grennan and Manchester grime MC Bugzy Malone.
Oxford's Glass Animals continue that city's fine tradition of indie rock morphing into funkier territory and make their debut on the show performing songs from their second and breakthrough album How to Be a Human Being.
First appearing on the BBC in 1967, the legendary Puerto Rican guitarist and singer Jose Feliciano makes his debut on the show almost 50 years later. Blind since he was born, Feliciano was raised in the Bronx and became an international star in 1968 with his interpretation of The Doors's Light My Fire. He continues to record in Spanish and English and performs a couple of his classics and a new song from his forthcoming album.
Joseph, aka sisters Natalie, Allison and Meegan Closner, possess stunning sibling harmonies, hail from Oregon, and make their UK television debut with White Flag from their second album I Am Alone, No You're Not.
Another American debutante is Californian Nick Waterhouse, whose intimate feel for the retro dance styles of 50s R&B, rock 'n' roll and even boogaloo shines through on his third album Never Twice.
Brooklyn 'noise pop' duo Sleigh Bells shake the studio with songs from their fourth album Jessica Rabbit. Alexis Krauss and Derek Edward Miller know how to stalk a stage, blending blockrocking beats, distorted guitars and Krauss's troubled but commanding presence with a sound that suggests a Garbage for today!
And more acts to be confirmed.
quote:Best of 2016
Later... with Jools Holland
Jools looks back at a selection of some of 2016's performances on the show, including Iggy Pop roaming the studio whilst performing one of his classic tunes, TV debuts by Christine and the Queens, Rag'n'Bone Man and Spring King and a previously unbroadcast classic from Bee Gee Barry Gibb, plus lots more.
Het was gewoon niet een goed seizoen.quote:Op zaterdag 12 november 2016 03:13 schreef svann het volgende:
Nou, dat was niet echt mijn 'best of', maar er zaten wat aardige dingen bij die ik nog niet had gezien.
Opa Gibb was nog goed bij stem, dat kon je niet zeggen van de Temptations-opa en dat verwacht je niet eens van opa Iggy.
Wel zeventien optredens wist Jools in die 65 minuten compilatie te persen.
quote:Series 50 - Episode 1 of 8
Jools Holland returns for the 50th series of the BBC's flagship music show. Joining him on the first show from Kent are Leicester's own rock and roll troupe of merry men, Kasabian, who debut songs from their upcoming LP For Crying Out Loud. It is their sixth album and no doubt contains more rousing stompers that will be played in their many festival headline spots to come this summer.
Making their UK TV debut is West Coast-based Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals. Anderson is a singer, songwriter, producer and
drummer and one-time protege of Dr Dre - he runs through a couple of tracks from his Malibu LP, a 'breezy blend of R&B, funk, soul and pop'.
UK electro-duo Alison and Will, aka Goldfrapp, are back with songs from their seventh album Silver Eye, which sees them return to the deep and dark synth-pop sound of some of their earlier work. More debuts on the show come courtesy of Thundercat, the Los Angeles bass player and Kendrick Lamar collaborator, whose jazz-infused hip-hop/soul vibe has been winning friends and reviews through thrilling his live shows and third album Drunk. From Austin, Texas come rock band Spoon, who since forming in 1993 have been consistently releasing albums to critical success. They finally make their TV debut here with a song or two from their recently released ninth album Hot Thoughts.
Completing the line-up is Phoenix-born singer songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews, who topped the UK's official Americana chart back in January with her third album Honest Life, a collection of songs of everyday, hard-working lives tinged with longing, regret and belief.
Other artists coming up in the series include Ed Sheeran, Valerie June, Future Islands, Royal Blood, Jamiroquai, Robert Cray, The xx, Lorde, Stormzy, Blondie and more.