Here are all of DavidAnderson's jams.
by Small Faces
Nothing symbolic from me, it was always going to be Marriotts voice that echoed throughout my #finaljam (groovy 60s intro and all) My thanks to you all for every like/love and comment, I was truly thrilled to get every single one of them. Don't let the music stop.....xx
Jammed: 25th Sep 2015
by Steve Marriott & Clem Clempson
Marriott and Clempson on a BBC 2 Arts programme called Full House. Marriott off his head on coke....forgets his line.....but remains mesmerising.....This would be an apt finale, a fitting farewell, and so be it. Say No More. I hope we meet again......#LongLiveTheJams #SteveMarriott #LetsLoop xx
Jammed: 24th Aug 2015
by Pink Floyd
#SteveMarriott ....for posterity. I include this in my Marriott retrospective for a bit of fun......Seamus.....was Marriotts dog. Pink Floyd were dog sitting for Steve while he away on holiday and Seamus....well, he knew how to howl the blues.....
Jammed: 22nd Aug 2015
by Small Faces
Often overlooked as it was the B side to Itchycoo Park....but what a B side! Credited to Marriott/Lane, apparently Steve wrote it lock stock and barrel in less than an hour. #LongLiveTheJams
Jammed: 17th Aug 2015
by The Small Faces
Marriott was dead set against this ever becoming a single - he thought it would colour his band badly and frustrate them in their attempts to be treated as a serious artistic force. It was originally written a slow bluesy song. Marriott wrote it as an album track, a piss-take, as he had had an argument with The Hollies about never singing in his own voice. So he sang this in an exaggerated Cockney voice to prove a point. It was a novelty song but in his view "we were stuck with it". Of course, it became one of the most recognisable songs in the SF's canon. Enjoy.
Jammed: 16th Aug 2015
by Small Faces
Marriott said at the time "This is the first proper song we've done" even though it was their 5th single. He further said "I don't think there is anything we could have done at the time to improve this song, we made a great job of it". Totally.
Jammed: 12th Aug 2015
by Rutger Hauer
Ridley Scott's masterpiece film noir, Blade Runner. Deckard looks on, still in shock, Batty having just saved his life......as the music of Vangelis plays hauntingly in the background.......time to die....
Jammed: 28th Jul 2015
by The Middle East
Pitchfork media described The Middle East song as being " simple, finger-plucked acoustic affair with alternating and harmonizing vocals that lend the hushed track a sense of beleaguered hope". Sounds about right.
Jammed: 18th Jul 2015
by Juicy Lucy
1970 Paul announced he was leaving The Beatles...Jimi Hendrix died.....Black Sabbath released "Black Sabbath"....the first Glastonbury festival took place......so, this is the first of half a dozen jams from that year.....#1970
Jammed: 23rd Jun 2015
by LCD Soundsystem
Jammed: 4th Jun 2015
by Joe Jackson
It was something that I heard somewhere that struck me as a cliché. The sort of thing that someone might say. And again, I thought, What could that be about? And that maybe the idea was to turn it on its head and have a conversation between a man and a woman and what you'd expect to be the typical roles are reversed. So that was the idea of that. —Joe Jackson, Songfacts, 2012
Jammed: 2nd Jun 2015
by The White Stripes
John Peel first spotted the album in a record store and said, "I just liked the look of it and I looked at the titles - you develop an instinct, d'you know what I mean? And it looked like the sort of record I would like, so I took it out and I did like it, and started playing it." (Wikipedia)
Jammed: 31st May 2015
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