Unplugged is a 1992 album by Eric Clapton, recorded at Bray Studios, England in front of an audience for the MTV Unplugged series. Recorded in January 1992, and released in August, songs include a version of the successful 1991 single “Tears in Heaven” and an acoustic version of “Layla”. Critical reception has been mostly positive, but although most critics feel the album is relaxed and charming some consider it unremarkable. The album won three Grammy Awards in 1993 and sold 26 million copies worldwide.
Coming up in about an hour on “Great Soul Performances,” we will salute and pay tribute to the late Chuck Berry. You’ll hear Chuck’s biggest hits plus his comments on his career, and tributes from guitarists like Eric Clapton and Keith Richards. You’ll hear Chuck Berry recorded live with Tina Turner as well as with Eric Clapton and Keith Richards. We’ll also have music from: Al Green, the Temptations, Marvin Gaye and Sam Cooke; live in concert. It happens at 7PM ET, 6PM CT, 5PM MT & 4PM PT. We will be Chuck Berry intensive on the first day of Spring on “Great Soul Performances” right here on RadioMaxMusic.Com.
Take a listen to the new music soon to be heard on RadioMax Country. . . New Music from Eric Clapton, Flogging Molly, Kris Allen, Beau Davidson, Rogue Wave, Brian Fallon, Ben Harper, Zac Brown, Miranda Lambert, Shooter Jennings, Rich Robinson, Little Scream and more . . .
Join Dan Varroney with Sounds of the 70s today at 9:00 featuring the hits from this week in 1971, 1974, & 1979, including, Lou Rawls, Coven, Doobie Brothers, Undisputed Truth, Cher, Olivia Newton John, Andy Kim, Eric Clapton, John Denver, The Knack, Crystal Gayle, Sammy Johns, Kiki Dee, Robert John, Night, Donna Summer & Chic. We’ll also feature Hamilton, Joe, Frank & Reynolds, Doobie Brothers, and John Denver.
It’s Seventies Prom Night tonight at 7:00 pm ET. Tonight we’ll feature tunes popular on Prom Night throughout the Seventies. You’ll hear Bob Welch, Captain and Tennille, The Raspberries, Led Zeppelin, Bachmann Turner Overdrive, Peaches and Herb, ABBA, Billy Joel, Chicago, ELO, Grand Funk Railroad, Jim Croce, Eric Clapton, Bread, Heatwave, Player, Thin Lizzy and so much more.
Paul Melvyn Carrack (born 22 April 1951) is an English singer, songwriter and musician who has recorded as both a solo artist and as a member of several popular bands. The BBC dubbed Carrack “The Man with the Golden Voice”, and described him as “something of a national treasure”. William Pinfold of Record Collector remarked: “If vocal talent equaled financial success, Paul Carrack would be a bigger name than legends such as Phil Collins or Elton John.”
Carrack arose to prominence in the mid-1970s as the front-man and principal songwriter of Ace, and gained further recognition for his work as a solo artist and for his tenures as a member of Roxy Music, Squeeze and Roger Waters’ backing group, The Bleeding Heart Band, intermittently handling lead vocals on Squeeze and Waters recordings. From the mid-1980s to the late 1990s, he enjoyed considerable success as the co-front-man (with Paul Young) and a songwriter for Mike + The Mechanics; following Young’s death in 2000, Carrack served as the band’s sole lead vocalist until his departure in 2004. He maintains an active solo career to the present day.
Carrack sang some of his affiliated bands’ best-known hits, including Ace’s “How Long?”; Squeeze’s “Tempted”; and Mike + The Mechanics’ “Silent Running”, “The Living Years” and “Over My Shoulder”. He also performed lead vocals on tracks from the Roger Waters albums Radio K.A.O.S. and The Wall – Live in Berlin, and achieved a major solo hit with “Don’t Shed a Tear”. Carrack’s songs have been recorded by artists such as the Eagles, Diana Ross, Tom Jones, Michael McDonald and Jools Holland, and he has served as a session and/or touring musician for the likes of Elton John, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, B.B. King, The Pretenders and The Smiths. – Wikipedia
We feature the hits of Paul Carrack with Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechaincs 1980 – 2014