Dat was vorige week Iggy Pop & Josh Hommequote:
Zal die BallakÚ wel geweest zijn.quote:
Een Kora. De harp van Afrika. Toumani en zijn zoon SidikÚ DiabatÚ vind ik beter op dat instrument dan BallekÚ.quote:Op dinsdag 24 mei 2016 23:35 schreef Dagoduck het volgende:
Zal die BallakÚ 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 Mě, 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.