Sunday Groove: Séamus Egan – ‘Weep Not for the Memories’

Sunday Groove: Séamus Egan – ‘Weep Not for the Memories’

Yesterday marked the last time St. Patrick’s Day will be on a Saturday until 2029, leaving all the amateurs in a tough spot when it comes from figuring out how to balance their vomit-inducing pub crawls with a much-needed day of rest afterward. To wit, this will create some sadness, but here’s a Sunday Groove which may soften the blow a bit.

Not a ton of people are aware that Sarah McLachlan’s massive hit “I Will Remember You” has its roots deep in an instrumental composition from Séamus Egan. She used the track “Weep Not for the Memories” as the basis for her composition, adding lyrics written by herself and Dave Merenda.

“I Will Remember You” initially appeared on the soundtrack to the 1995 indie-film The Brothers McMullen, but didn’t become a hit for McLachlan until it was re-released as a live version from her 1999 concert album Mirrorball.

YouTube and Spotify of the track after the jump.

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Sunday Groove: Massive Attack – ‘Daydreaming [2012 Mix/Master]’

Sunday Groove: Massive Attack – ‘Daydreaming [2012 Mix/Master]’

We’re already short today due to Daylight Saving Time, so let’s get into this week’s Sunday Groove. It comes from Massive Attack and their groundbreaking 1991 trip hop masterpiece Blue Lines. The song is “Daydreaming,” the first single for the record which came out in October of 1990. Original video and audio from the 2012 remix and master after the jump.

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Sunday Groove: Lali Puna – ‘Two Windows’

Sunday Groove: Lali Puna – ‘Two Windows’

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Sunday Groove. I’ll be looking to deliver a song recommendation around this time on a regular basis to end the weekend on a [somewhat] chill note. Nothing too raucous here, just something for the background whilst you make an omelette for your lover, read the New York Times to your dog or nurse a hangover from going a bit hard on Friday or Saturday.

Up first is Lali Puna, an electropop unit out of Munich. The song is the title track to last year’s Two Windows, the band’s fifth album. Have a listen after the jump, and check back in on future Sundays for more.

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[Some of] The Best Music of 2017 + A Bonus Track

[Some of] The Best Music of 2017 + A Bonus Track

Best of the year in music. Otherwise known as “Blah Blah Blah…Another Best of the Year in Music.” I’d really love to claim that this list is different than every other one out there, but the one thing I can say is it’s the one I came up with for 2017.

Playlist and a short descriptor after the jump.

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The MC News Repository [Nov. ’17]

The MC News Repository [Nov. ’17]

November ended up being a fairly light month, mainly because I spent half of it in Iceland. My annual trip there begins with the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival, coverage of which can be found after the jump. There were also some anniversary pieces for both Diffuser and Loudwire.

Getting right down to it…

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The MC News Repository [Oct. ’17]

The MC News Repository [Oct. ’17]

Getting to this a bit late as the annual jaunt to Iceland bugged up the end of October going into November. We’ll be back on schedule – hopefully – come the end of this month. But who knows!

Between the horrific shooting in Las Vegas and the death of Tom Petty, it hasn’t been a pleasant several weeks for music. Moving forward though, I managed to nail down some record reviews, reasons why Judas Priest should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame among other things.

There’s a lot to get to after the jump…let’s get started.

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