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.
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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'.