Cat Stevens – Home In The Sky (Island 1974).
“Island” WIP 6206. Side “B”.
Digital sheet music source: Cat Stevens – Home In The Sky
9. Home in the sky
Buddha and the Chocolate box-Cat Stevens visit my channel.
In the movie “We Bought a Zoo” whats the song that plays when Rosie is playing with the birds? Its the scene where Benjamin decides hes going it buy the home/zoo after watching his daughter play with the birds. Its a very slow and soothing music. Thanks in advance
Digital sheet music source: Cat Stevens – Home In The Sky
not sure but I think I have the playlist in order so you wil have to figure when it comes 1. Save It for Later – Pete Townshend 2. I’m Open (Live) – Eddie Vedder 3. War of Man (Live) – Neil Young 4. Soul Boy – The Blue Nile 5. Mohammed’s Radio – Jackson Browne 6. Sanganichi – Shugo Tokumaru 7. Airline to Heaven – Wilco 8. Buckets of Rain – Bob Dylan 9. The Heart of the Matter (Live) – Don Henley 10. I Will Be There When You Die – My Morning Jacket 11. Ain’t No Sunshine – Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers 12. Child of the Moon – Rolling Stones 13. If I Am a Stranger – Ryan Adams 14. Concrete Sky – Beth Orton 15. Helpless (Live) – Neil Young 16. Don’t Be Shy (no piano) – Cat Stevens 17. Nerstrand Woods – Mark Olson And The Creekdippers
What songs should I add to my Anti-War playlist? I only have 5 so far xP, so i’m looking for more, got any ideas
Civil War by GN’R, hands down the best Anti-War song ever. Song (Real song starts at about 0:30):youtube.com/watch?v=E9VhD4SccSE&fmt=18Lyrics:songmeanings.net/songs/view/9788/
Disturbed: Land of ConfusionAerosmith: Living on the EdgeSteve Earle: The Revolution Starts NowRight off the top of my head, You might also listen to:Billy Joel: We didn’t start the fire 🙂
Most Definetly Civil War by Guns N Rosesyoutube.com/watch?v=E9VhD4SccSEthe ending whats so civil about war anyways? thats really really good!
faithless dailymotion.com/video/x2v9fk_faithless-mass-destruction_musica beautiful lie dailymotion.com/video/x49y6m_30-seconds-to-mars-a-beautiful-lie_musicwhere’s the line dailymotion.com/video/x3q78m_bjork-where-is-the-line_musicla ritournelle dailymotion.com/video/x2va9f_sebastien-tellier-la-ritournelle_music
Bring The Boys Back Home.Pink Floyd.1979Brothers In Arms.Dire Straits.1985Fight War, Not Wars.Crass.1978Give Piece A Chance.John Lennon.1969Hero of War.Rise Against.2008I Ain’t Marching No More.Phil Ochs.1965Imagine.John Lennon.1971Living The War.Neil Young.2006No More Trouble.Bob Marley.1978Masters of War.Bob Dylan.1963Peace Train.Cat Stevens.1971Soldier’s Poem.Muse.2006Universal Soldier.Buffy Sainte Marie.1964War.Edwin Starr.1970War Pigs.Black Sabbath.1971The War Song.Culture Club.1984Where Have All The Flowers Gone.Pete Seeger.1960Born In The U.S.A.Bruce Springsteen.1984Fortunate Son.Creedence Clearwater Revival.1969I Don’t Wanna Go To Vietnam.John Lee Hooker.1968I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-To-Die Rag.Country Joe And The Fish.1967People Lets Stop The War.Grand Funk Railroad.1971Sam Stone.John Prine.1971Sky Pilot.Eric Burdon and the Animals.1968Unknown Soldier.The Doors.1968Draft Morning.The Byrds.1967Kill The President.The Offspring.1989Draft Resister.Steppenwolf.1969Symphony of Destruction.Megadeth.19932-minutes To Midnight.Iron Maiden.1984A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall.Boby Dylan.1963Blackened.Metallica.1988Eve Of Destruction.Babby McGuire.1965Fight Fire With Fire.Metallica.1984Hammer To Fall.Queen.1983Wooden Ships.Crosby, Stills and Nash.1969Little Boy Soldiers.Jam.1979American Idiot.Green Day.2004Bloodsports.New Model Army.2007Boom.System of a Down.2002Dear Mr. President.Pink.2007Everybody’s Gone To War.Nerina Pallot.2006Let Them Eat War.Bad Religion.2004Let’s Impeach The President.Neil Young.2006Prophets of War.Dream Theater.2007Take Care Dave.
Would you consider 1974 to be a great year for music? I personally thought it was a great year for music
I think it was allright, some albumsRed – King CrimsonRock Bottom – Robert WyattBurn – Deep PurpleCrime of the Century – SupertrampRelayer – YesThe Lamb Lies Down on Broadway – Genesis
I think music has progressively been getting through the year (except maybe the 90s). The internet has made consumers more aware of all the great bands out there, and the amount of music exposed out there allows artists to experiment and express music in their own unique way. I’d have to say that ever since pirating music and file sharing has become popular, music has changed for the better.
any year in the 70s was a great one, 1974 no exception with albums from Deep Purple (Burn and Stormbringer), Bad Company, scorpions (fly to the rainbow), Hawkwind (Hall of the Moutain Grill), David Bowie (Diamond Dogs) and other great albums which can be found if u search the internet.Best album of 1974.Burn from Deep Purple
I thought it was a good year for music although rock music was slowly declining by that time period, it was a superb year for pop music, a lot of my favorite 1970s pop songs were released in that year with songs likePaper Lace’s “The Night Chicago Died”First Class’s “Beach Baby”Wet Willie’s “Keep on Smiling”Carl Douglas’ “Kung Fu Fighting”Reunion’s “Life is a Rock”Ozark Mountain Daredevils’ “Jackie Blue”America’s “Tin Man”Doobie Brothers’ “Black Water”
Maybe. Maybe if one relegates oneself to popular radio rock. Maybe if one considers rockin’ guitars the height of musical expression. Maybe they were, back then. But that’s another generation’s pop music. It belongs to people who’ve done their damndest to make everyone and their grandmother agree in lockstep that the music they grew up hearing on the radio until it was overplayed was the best damn music EVER. Or maybe it was simply as you put it, a “great year” for music. How could this world go wrong with Kung Fu Fighting leading the charge against intellectual darkness and international violence, after all? Surely all that “classic rock” that gets played on endless repeat on today’s classic rock Clear Channel affiliates is being immortalized because it’s awesome. I mean, how many lame-o songs you’ve never even heard of before get played on the radio today, amirite? 1974 *was* a great year. There were, what– 300 *total* songs produced worldwide and every single one was a radio hit. At least that’s as far as most people know. Anyway, that’s gotta be some sort of record for success.There’s so much beautiful music coming out NOW, by so many talented artists, but if you could travel forward in time to listen to casual music fans 26 years from now they might only be able to tell you that Poker Face was what 2010 was all about. I wouldn’t dwell too much in your parents’ music. 1974 wasn’t that great.
Court and Spark (1974) – Joni MitchellFullingness First Finale (1974) – Stevie WonderHeart Like A Wheel (1974) – Linda RonstadtNatty Dread (1974) – Bob Marley & The Wailers Sheer Heart Attack (1974) – QueenPretzel Logic (1974) – Steely Dan461 Ocean Boulevard (1974) – Eric ClaptonQueen II (1974) – Queen The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (1974) – GenesisAutobahn (1974) – Kraftwerk Late for the Sky (1974) – Jackson BrowneCountry Life (1974) – Roxy MusicGood Old Boys (1974) – Randy Newman Bad Company (1974) – Bad CompanySongs:No Woman, No Cry Bob Marley and the Wailers Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet Bachman-Turner Overdrive Autobahn Kraftwerk Black Water Doobie Brothers Rebel Rebel David Bowie Killer Queen Queen Pick Up the Pieces Average White Band Can’t Get Enough Bad Company Rikki Don’t Lose That Number Steely Dan I Shot the Sheriff Eric Clapton You’re No Good Linda Ronstadt It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Rolling Stones Cat’s In the Cradle Harry Chapin Some Kind Of Wonderful Grand Funk Love Hurts Nazareth Already Gone Eagles The Air That I Breathe Hollies Sundown Gordon Lightfoot Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me Elton John Bad Company Bad Company Best of My Love Eagles School Supertramp Fox On the Run Sweet The Loco-Motion Grand Funk Supernatural Thing Ben E. King You Are So Beautiful Joe Cocker Rock Me Gently Andy Kim The Bitch Is Back Elton John Laughter In the Rain Neil Sedaka Jackie Blue Ozark Mountain Daredevils The Night Chicago Died Paper Lace Tin Man America Bloody Well Right Supertramp Can’t Get It Out Of My Head Electric Light Orchestra Whatever Gets You Through the Night John Lennon Down Down Status Quo Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds Elton John Return of the Grievous Angel Gram Parsons Call Me the Breeze Lynyrd Skynyrd Bungle In the Jungle Jethro Tull Forever Young Bob Dylan The Wall Street Shuffle 10cc Clap For the Wolfman Guess Who Wishing You Were Here Chicago Train Kept a-Rollin’ Aerosmith The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway Genesis Oh Very Young Cat Stevens Poetry Man Phoebe Snow # 9 Dream John Lennon Keep On Smilin’ Wet Willie Machine Gun Commodores Must Of Got Lost J. Geils Band Bad Time Grand Funk take caredave