The Legend of Jesse James is a 1980 country music concept album by various artists singing songs by English songwriter Paul Kennerley, based on the story of American Old West outlaw Jesse James. The album features Levon Helm singing the role of Jesse James, Johnny Cash as Frank James, Charlie Daniels as Cole Younger and Emmylou …
“The Only Living Boy In New York” by Simon & Garfunkel (Bridge Over Troubled Water, Columbia Records, 1970). Written by Paul Simon.
“Beast of Burden” by The Rolling Stones (Some Girls, Rolling Stones/Atlantic, 1978). Written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards. Produced by The Glimmer Twins.
“Gamma Ray” by Beck (Modern Guilt, XL Recordings, 2008).
“I’m With You” by The Stills (Oceans Will Rise, Arts & Crafts Records, 2008).
“Koop Island Blues” by Koop featuring vocals by Ane Brun (Koop Islands, !K7 Records, 2006). WHERE I HEARD IT In 2009, their song “Koop Island Blues” was featured in So You Think You Can Dance.
Be prepared to die for this cover of a Simon & Garfunkel classic! Thanks for the lead, Dad! It’ll be released in a few days on Jerry Douglas’ newest album Traveler from eOne Records. Go here to hear the song!
“Bags & Trane” by Milt Jackson & John Coltrane (Bags & Trane, Atlantic Records, 1961). I heard it while watching the documentary Chops about high school jazz bands competing in a Duke Ellington competition at Jazz At Lincoln Center in New York.
“Half Acre” by Hem (Rabbit Songs, DreamWorks Records, 2002). Written by Dan Messé. The song was heard in a Liberty Mutual commercial.
SONG OF THE DAY “Gone At Last” by Paul Simon Still Crazy After All These Years, Columbia, then Warner Bros., 1975). Written by Paul Simon. VIDEO OF THE DAY