Today marks the one year anniversary of David Bowie’s death and what best to celebrate his life and work by sharing an incredible isolated vocal track from his song Golden Years. Take a listen:
As 2016 comes to an end I want to again thank everyone for their constant love and support as I write my biography on Derek and the Dominos. I’m stunned by the amount of people who have been in touch with me this year and as a result the amount of unseen live photos of the band has doubled compared to this time last year. I hope to include as many of them in my book as possible.
The book is closer than ever to being published but more work needs to be done. I’m a person that thrives on things needing to be perfect and I wouldn’t want to release the book early by cutting corners and not making it as good as it deserves to be. I’m pouring everything I have into the book and I’m so excited for everyone to read it. There’s never been a book on Derek and the Dominos as detailed and in-depth as the book I am writing.
Thank you to EVERYONE who follows my Facebook and Twitter pages, thank you for your constant interactions on posts and debates. You’re all amazing and this book is for YOU.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Released as a single before the album Band On The Run dropped in the UK, Helen Wheels is a fun song written about a Land Rover that McCartney owned at the time. It may not be his most well known song but the vocal take, of which you can hear isolated in this article, is exciting to listen to. Take a listen:
Released as a single in November 1977, Lay Down Sally is one of the stand out tracks from Clapton’s 1977 album Slowhand and a song that to this day remains one of his most well known performances. What we have here in this article is the isolated vocal track from the song. Take a listen:
A few weeks ago I shared the isolated guitar track from Revolution and this time focus turns to the drums. As I’ve said countless times before, Ringo is an extremely underrated drummer and being able to hear his drumming in an isolated form really opens it up to the point where you can really appreciate his greatness. Take a listen:
Revolution 1 is one of my favourite songs on The White Album which was later reworked into a faster, rougher version for a single. The guitar found in the single version is as loud and raw as The Beatles ever played with a tone that can cut through anything. Below is the full guitar track(s) from the song in isolated form. Hold on to something and take a listen: