Waylon Jennings - Medley: Brown Eyed Handsome Man, Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line, Loving Her Was Easier. 

Bet that vinyl shirt is HOT.


On this day in music history: July 29, 1980 - “Voices”, the ninth album by Daryl Hall & John Oates is released. Produced by Daryl Hall and John Oates, it is recorded at The Hit Factory and Electric Lady Studios in New York City from April - May, September - November 1979. Following the release of three critically acclaimed, but poor selling albums (“Beauty On A Back Street”, “Along The Red Ledge”, and “X-Static”), the duo rebound with what becomes their biggest selling release to date. Taking the production reigns of their records for the first time in their career, Hall & Oates successfully bridge the gap between the more musically eclectic aspects of their music by combining it with a more streamlined and radio friendly pop sound. The album spins off four singles including “You Make My Dreams” (#5 Pop), “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ (#12 Pop) and "Kiss On My List” (#1 Pop). The album also features the duos original version of “Everytime You Go Away”, which becomes a number one single for Paul Young in July of 1985. The success of “Voices”  set the duo on the path to scoring a total of five #1 singles and twenty top 40 hits during the 80’s. That achievement makes them the most successful pop music duo in history. First issued on CD in 1983, it is remastered and reissued in 2004 by BMG Heritage. It is also remastered and reissued as a hybrid SACD by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab in 2013, with a 180 gram vinyl LP being released by the label in 2014. “Voices” peaks at number seventeen on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.

Detour, by jasondodd

This isn’t the first time I’ve had a last minute dash to capture a sun set and it won’t get the last. Looking out the window and realising there might be a spectacular light show, I quickly jumped into the car and headed for Snape. However when I got there I noticed the tide was extremely low at the river, so the initial idea of shooting the music hall from across the river was scrapped. This left me with a 1.5km dash to the dead trees further south of the river. Thankfully I just about made it in time as the sun revealed itself, but this was a particularly unusual shoot as for the first time in a couple of years I wasn’t using a tripod (thought it was in the car boot…) But surprisingly it turned out I didn’t really need one, anything below 1000 iso on the 6D is quite manageable and even at f4 for a lot of the photos, they were still fairly sharp throughout. I think too much importance has been placed on the tripod, I know I have done in the past. But going handheld was actually quite liberating, so much that on my latest shoot I didn’t bother taking it.


SKILLS. You know you’re talented when you can make murderous lyrics sound like nursery rhymes. ✨🌟💫

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anonymous asked:

You don't know how much I laughed with these tags // #deedee magno hall #is a treasure honestly #and spends an amusing yet appropriate percentage of her panel bringing up rose quartz // But seriously though, I loved that. Pearl would be so proud.

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I love how she dodges a spoilery question about Lion by just launching into a very in-character “How? How is it possible? Rose tells me everything!”

No, she is hilarious and loves the show so much, it’s really a joy.

(Also I just remembered that one twitter convo between her and Susan Egan after she won the BTVA for best female lead for voicing Pearl. Island episode when? Pearl/Rose duet when???)