StreetcredMusic...This blog has followed a quote I heard many years ago..."Sometimes you must leap first, and build your wings on the way down". From nothing it has become a blog containing dozens of Indie artists. Follow me as I introduce you to them, from the place where they breed, New York City! ....and come with us as we document it on film!!

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Tuesday

StreetcredMusic: Mystery Guest March 12th, 2019

This week's Mystery Guest...


Website Kayce Laine

VIDEO:

Kayce on Facebook

          Biography:
                "Synth pop and 80's lovers unite!"

          Current Location:
            ...Nashville                  
                  
      Influences...Lights, Imogen Heap, Debbie Gibson, Betty Who, Goldroom

      Press contact......kaycelaine@gmail.com
                                       
                                                  See Other Mystery Guests HERE


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Saturday

StreetcredMusic. Black History Month 2019, Marilyn McCoo

Marilyn McCoo:

She met Billy Davis, Jr. in 1966 when he established the 5th Dimension, then called The Versatiles. The rest is history.

 Video:"One Less Bell To Answer"

Marilyn and Billy Davis Jr
"One Less Bell to Answer" is a song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. Originally written in 1967 for Keely Smith, the song was rediscovered in late 1969 by Bones Howe, the producer for the 5th Dimension, and the song was included on the group's 1970 debut album for Bell Records, Portrait. Lead vocals on the single were sung by Marilyn McCoo.
"One Less Bell to Answer" was a platinum record. The song reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, behind My Sweet Lord by George Harrison. On other US charts, it went to number one on the Adult Contemporary chart, as well as No. 4 on the Best Selling Soul Singles chart.

Other Black History Month stories..HERE!

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StreetcredMusic. Black History Month 2019, Thelonious Monk

Thelonious Monk
So many times watching him with his amazing musicians in the small clubs in Manhattan, I never realized that he was one of the greatest pianist of jazz, cuz there were so many in his era.

Enjoy this video:"Don't Blame Me"




"Don't Blame Me" is a popular song with music by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. The song was part of the 1932 show Clowns in Clover and was published in 1933. Popular versions that year were recorded by Ethel Waters, Guy Lombardo, and Charles Agnew.
It was a No. 21 hit for Nat King Cole in 1948. The song received two significant "rock era" remakes: a ballad version by the Everly Brothers in 1961 which reached No. 20 on Billboard and an up-tempo version by Frank Ifield which reached No. 8 of the UK charts on 15 February 1964.

Other Black History Month articles: HERE

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Wednesday

StreetcredMusic: She Said~He Said. Jasmine Thompson~Joe Alterman. "You Are My Sunshine"

Music knows no gender..."You Are My Sunshine"
 
Another in my series She Said~He Said.

Jasmine Thompson
 Jasmine was born to a Chinese mother and English father and spent her childhood living in low-income housing. Her parents divorced early on because of her father’s alcoholism and Jasmine found herself facing the reality of a split home as a young kid, and Jasmine turned to music to get her through the hard times.

She Said: VIDEO: You Are My Sunshine

Jasmine Thompson
 
Jasmine on Facebook
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Joe Alterman

Ramsey Lewis
The wonderful Joe Alterman, one of my favorite young pianists, came by for an afternoon visit this weekend between his shows at Winter's Jazz Club in Chicago. As you can see, we managed to play some music and have quite a few laughs!


He Said:  VIDEO "You Are My Sunshine"

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"You Are My Sunshine" is a popular song written by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell and first recorded in 1939. It has been declared one of the state songs of Louisiana because of its association with Davis, a country music singer and governor of the state in the years 1944–1948 and 1960–1964.
The song has been covered numerous times — so often, in fact, that it is "one of the most commercially programmed numbers in American popular music." The song, originally country music, has "virtually lost" its original country music identity, and represents both the national flowering of country music and its eventual absorption into the mainstream of American popular culture.

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StreetcredMusic: Mystery Guest December 13th, 2018

This week's mystery guest...





 Yula Beeri...
Frontwoman for, The eXtended Family, ReAl ZeRo, and Seasonal Beast.
Musician, bassist, keys, drums. Composer, writer.

  ...born Yuli Yael Be'eri, is an Israeli composed, musician, and performer. She has been performing music in New York City for the past ten years.

Yula is the founder of the music and arts collective Yula & The eXtended Family an ever-morphing poetic tribe based in Brooklyn. The group's members not only produce music but also theater, film, photography, painting, literature, and dance.

VIDEO~~Mouth Full Of Diamonds

Yula Beeri
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Saturday

StreetcredMusic; Merry Christmas Moms, With Ivete Sangalo and Gloria Estefan

My favorite Christmas tunes?
This is more like my favorite mom vocalists doing Christmas tunes.

First Ivete Sangalo 
...Who gave birth to twins this year, and mother of three.
... Ivete Sangalo was born on May 27, 1972 in Juazeiro, Bahia, Brazil as Ivete Maria Dias de Sangalo. She is an actress, known for Gabriela (2012), Uga Uga (2000) and Crรด: O Filme (2013). She has been married to Daniel Cady since May 12, 2011. They have three children.

Enjoy this video:: Natal das Criancas (Children's Christmas)


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"Christmas Through Your Eyes" by Gloria Estefan is another wonderful Christmas tune written and sung by a mom. She expresses how children sometimes make we adults feel "like a kid again"

Enjoy this video of::Christmas Through Your eyes


Gloria Estefan
From #StreetcredMusic:::: Merry Christmas

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Friday

StreetcredMusic: "With Love" New Album From Greta Panettieri

Get your copy here:Order "With Love"
The latest album from Greta Panettieri "With Love" is now available.
The album is somewhat of a departure from the jazz, Brazilian rhythms that she masters so well.

Greta takes a look back at the 70s and 80s classic rock and pop tunes, along with some Italian standards, to deliver this easy listening work. I say it's long overdue. And it may be her best and most popular work.

Surrounded as always by some of the best musicians available today: Flavio Boltro, trumpet, Andrea Sammartino, piano/organ, Itaiguara Brandao, guitar, Rocky Salento, guitar/cello, Daniele Mencarelli, bass and Alessandro Paternesi, drums. The album has 11 tunes and runs 53 mins.
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I love the selection of tunes. Greta has added her unique interpretations to some classics from a generation ago. A generation when all genre of music were available on radio, unlike today being force fed what the record companies decide you should hear.

Greta Website
"Easy"
Released 1977 by the Commodores, is given tender care by Greta. One of my favorite all time tunes, and I was stopped in my tracks by this wonderful arrangement.

"Against All Odds" Greta offers a smooth velvet touch to this 1985 Oscar nominated tune. A tune of farewell. She makes it completely understandable, in that sometimes you have to part. It's a mellow tribute by Greta to a universal experience, a breakup.

"Please Don't Go" A 1979 chart buster for KC and The Sunshine Band. Greta takes it upbeat as the tune was meant to be. Her range and ability to scat delights. Some great instrumentation here as well.

Additional tunes include: Goodbye Stranger, Never Can Say Goodbye. 
Greta also includes the Italian classics: Attimo Per Attimo, Anonimo Veneziano, Se Io FossiUn Angelo, La Voce Del Silenzio, Anima.....and Vivere. (video below)

.....please enjoy this video the smooth voice of Greta Panettieri and the trumpet 
work of Italy's Flavio Boltro 

HERE IS THE VIDEO, Enjoy::: Vivere (To Live) 

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Sunday

StreetcredMusic, 8 Year Anniversary. Thank You All.

2018. WOW, an eight year run. Just a Thank You, to all the artists who have played a part in this wonderful run that, well, I had no idea what would happen when I created this in my living room, 8 years ago. It was a Saturday morning and I was looking for something to do.

Thanks to all who trusted me, coming from, well, out of the blue.

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