Ligue 1 Team of the Season so far

first_imgLigue 1 Ligue 1 Team of the Season so far Robin Bairner 20:00 12/29/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(4) Neymar PSG Troyes Ligue 1 29112017 Getty Ligue 1 PSG Troyes Strasbourg Nice Bordeaux Metz Rennes Montpellier Guingamp Αμιάν Dijon Angers SCO Olympique Marseille Monaco Caen Lille Toulouse Saint-Étienne Olympique Lyonnais Nantes List PSG lead the table heading into the new year, but which players make our best XI for the 2017-18 season so far?last_img read more

Alabama Shakes Sound Color For The Record

first_imgNews “We’re just a normal group of people who believe in writing and making something, and honestly, it was truly from a point of having fun,” lead singer/guitarist Brittany Howard told our oral history of the album. “It wasn’t to get famous or anything like that. We wanted to play gigs, that was our goal, but we didn’t have anywhere to gig.”Bassist Zac Cockrell, guitarist Heath Fogg and drummer Steve Johnson write together with Howard, and the band shared in their Best Rock Song win, at the 58th GRAMMY Awards for “Don’t Wanna Fight,” as songwriters, in addition to winning Best Rock Performance. Sound & Color also won Best Alternative Music Album that year.Alabama Shakes’ 2012 debut brought them 55th GRAMMY Awards nominations for Best New Artist and Best Rock Performance for the song “Hold On.” As a single, it remains their biggest hit so far, having reached No. 93 on Billboard’s Hot 100. The following year the band was nominated for Best Rock Performance again, for “Always Alright” from the soundtrack to Silver Linings Playbook. A truly admired band, their album sales suggest Alabama Shakes falls better into the category of classics-makers than hit-makers. Their debut reached No. 6 on the Billboard 200 in 2013 and Sound & Color reached No. 1 in 2015.Although Alabama Shakes hasn’t released an album since Sound & Color, their performance of “Joe (Live From Austin City Limits)” drew another Best Rock Performance nomination at the 59th GRAMMY Awards. Earlier this year at the 60th GRAMMY Awards, Alabama Shakes’ performance of “Killer Diller Blues” won Best American Roots Performance, the band’s fourth win. The song was originally recorded by Minnie Lawlers, and as for other artists participating in the Jack White and Bernard MacMahon 2017 project American Epic: The Sessions, all final recordings were made on an antique 1925 Western Electric direct-to-disc system. How’s that for a historic recording?Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Email For The Record: Alabama Shakes’ ‘Sound & Color’ alabama-shakes-sound-color-record Wilder than before, the band’s fusion of country and soul with immersive rock on their 2015 album defined a sound all their ownPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Jun 21, 2018 – 10:43 am Alabama Shakes’ 2012 debut Boys & Girls was such a wild success, no one expected the band would get even wilder on 2015’s Sound & Color. But the band took their music way out, exploring a spacious, country-soul rock sound that would be more completely their own if it didn’t seem so timeless. Facebook Twitter NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Jun 21, 2018 – 10:43 am For The Record: Alabama Shakes’ ‘Sound & Color’ Alabama Shakes’ ‘Sound & Color’: For The Record last_img read more