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20th April 1991 ..."Steve Marriott"

Steve Marriott leader of Small Faces and Humble Pie, died in a fire at his home in Essex. His work became a major influence for many 90's bands. Small Faces had the 1967 UK No.3 & US No.16 single 'Itchycoo Park', plus 1968 No.1 UK album 'Ogden's Nut Gone Flake', Humble Pie, 1969 UK No.4 single 'Natural Born Bugie'. As a child actor he played parts in Dixon of Dock Green and The Artful Dodger in Oliver.

The Small Faces - Tin Soldier
From the album : The Autumn Stone (1967)

"Tin Soldier" is a rock song written by Steve Marriott (credited to Marriott/Lane). It was originally released on 2 December 1967, by the popular English band Small Faces. The song peaked at number nine in the UK singles chart. It has since been covered by many other notable rock artists.
Tin Soldier was originally written by Steve Marriott for singer P.P. Arnold, but Marriott liked it so much he kept it himself. It was a song that he wrote to his first wife, Jenny Rylance. P.P. Arnold can be heard singing backing vocals on the song. The song signalled a return to the band's R&B roots after their previous forays into psychedelic rock and other musical experiments. When Tin Soldier was released the BBC informed the band that the last line of the song had to be removed from all TV and radio broadcasts, mistakenly believing that Marriott sang "sleep with you", when in fact the lyric is "sit with you". Marriott explained that the song was about getting into someone's mind—not their body. Tin Soldier reached number nine in the UK Singles Chart and remains one of Small Faces' best known songs.

The song has been covered by Quiet Riot, Lou Gramm, Uriah Heep, Streetheart, Todd Rundgren, The Guess Who, Paul Weller, Transatlantic, and Humble Pie (which also featured Marriott.)

In 1997, some 30 years after the song's original release, British music publication Mojo voted "Tin Soldier" the tenth best single of all time, in a readers' poll. The poll placed it ahead of anything by The Who or The Rolling Stones. The song has also been much mentioned over the years by Paul Weller and featured in Noel Gallagher's personal all-time top ten song list.

"The meaning of the song is about getting into somebody's mind—not their body. It refers to a girl (Jenny Rylance) I used to talk to all the time and she really gave me a buzz. The single was to give her a buzz in return and maybe other people as well. I dig it. There's no great message really and no physical scenes."

—Steve Marriott
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kalo ada yg tau arti dr doa-doa tsb tolong di share dong.....thx
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26th March 1972 ..."All The Young Dudes"

 With Mott The Hoople threatening to disband due to public indifference, David Bowie gives the band two of his new, unrecorded songs. The band passes on "Suffragette City" but decides to cut a song called "All The Young Dudes," a massive hit that revives the group's career.

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"All the Young Dudes" is a song written by David Bowie, originally recorded and released as a single by Mott the Hoople in 1972. NME editors Roy Carr and Charles Shaar Murray have described the track as "one of that rare breed: rock songs which hymn the solidarity of the disaffected without distress or sentimentality". In 2004, Rolling Stone rated "All the Young Dudes" No. 253 in its list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and on its 2010 update was ranked at number 256. It is also one of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.

Regarded as one of glam rock's anthems, the song originated after Bowie came into contact with Mott the Hoople's bassist Peter Watts and learned that the band was ready to split due to continued lack of commercial success. When Mott rejected his first offer of a composition, "Suffragette City" (from The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars), Bowie wrote "All the Young Dudes" in short order specially for them, allegedly sitting cross-legged on the floor of a room in Regent Street, London, in front of the band's lead singer, Ian Hunter.
With its dirge-like music, youth suicide references and calls to an imaginary audience, the song bore similarities to Bowie's own "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide", the final track from Ziggy Stardust. Described as being to glam rock what "All You Need Is Love" was to the hippie era, the lyrics name-checked contemporary star T.Rex and contained references to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones ("My brother's back at home with his Beatles and his Stones/We never got it off on that revolution stuff") in a "wearied swipe at the previous generation".
Bowie himself once claimed that the song was not intended to be an anthem for glam, that it actually carried a darker message of apocalypse. According to an interview Bowie gave to Rolling Stone magazine in 1973, the boys are carrying the same news that the newscaster was carrying in the song "Five Years" from Ziggy Stardust; the news being the fact that the Earth had only five years left to live. Bowie explains: "All the Young Dudes' is a song about this news. It's no hymn to the youth, as people thought. It is completely the opposite."


Mott the Hoople's single was released in July 1972 and made No. 3 in the UK charts, No. 37 in the US (in November) and No. 31 in Canada, and appeared on their album of the same name in September of that year. In November 1972, Bowie introduced the band on stage at the Tower near Philadelphia and performed the song with Hunter (released on All the Way from Stockholm to Philadelphia in 1998 and the expanded version of All The Young Dudes in 2006).
The original Mott the Hoople release had to be changed lyrically in order that it might be played on UK radio and TV. The line in the second verse: "Wendy's stealing clothes from Marks and Sparks" was a reference to UK retailer Marks & Spencer, also known by that colloquialism. As such, air play of the song in its original form would have breached broadcasting regulations relating to advertising in force at the time. The line was replaced with: "Wendy's stealing clothes from unlocked cars". Today, both versions are freely aired.
Bowie took to performing "All the Young Dudes" on his own 1973 tour, and a medley version appears on the album Ziggy Stardust - The Motion Picture, the live recording of the last Ziggy show that was finally released officially in 1983. It was also featured during Bowie's 1995–1996 Outside Tour as well as the 2003–2004 A Reality Tour tour and can be heard on the DVD of the same name.
Bowie's own studio version from 1973's sessions for Aladdin Sane, went unreleased until 1995 when it appeared in mono on the album RarestOneBowie. It was subsequently included, again in mono, on The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974, the 30th Anniversary edition of Aladdin Sane, and the 2-disc US version of Best of Bowie. A stereo version circulates unofficially among collectors, as does a version consisting of the backing track for Mott the Hoople's version with Bowie's guide vocal. A variant of this version, combining Bowie's vocal on the verses with Ian Hunter's on the chorus, was released on the 2006 reissue of All the Young Dudes. Bowie's first released version was in 1974 on the David Live double LP. Bowie also used the music in reverse as the basis for "Move On", a track on his 1979 album, Lodger. In 1992, twenty years after their duet in Philadelphia, Bowie and Hunter again performed the song together with the surviving members of Queen, Mick Ronson, and Def Leppard's Joe Elliott and Phil Collen at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert.
"All the Young Dudes" was featured in the 1995 film Clueless, the 2007 Jason Reitman film Juno and the 2008 film The Wackness. It is also used in Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's 2010 film, Cemetery Junction. In 2010 the Mott the Hoople version has been used as the backing for two unrelated UK TV adverts.

"All the Young Dudes" has been covered by several artists including Bruce Dickinson on his album Tattooed Millionaire (also released as a single), Ringo Starr on his live album King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Ringo & His New All-Starr Band, Ozzy Osbourne, Aerosmith, Blue Zoo, Angel, Billy Bragg, Mick Ronson, Travis, The Church, Rolf Harris, Adam Bomb, Cybernauts, Tesla, Portugal. The Man, The F-Ups, World Party, Gene Loves Jezebel, Massive Attack, Mongo, The Smashing Pumpkins (live, with Bowie), Cyndi Lauper, Alejandro Escovedo, Catherines Cathedral, Switchblade Kittens, The Skids, Judas Priest (live), The New Standards, Jimmy Barnes, Ian Hunter (solo), Enrico Ruggeri, Two Cow Garage, Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs (duet), and John Frusciante & Wavegroup for the video game Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. Covers by Japanese artists include Hironobu Kageyama, Tomoyasu Hotei, and female metal singer Misako Honjoh on her album Dreamer. The Clash, whose members included fans of Mott the Hoople, paid homage to the song with their track "All the Young Punks (New Boots and Contracts)" from Give 'Em Enough Rope. Marvelous 3 also featured an interpolation of "All the Young Dudes" in the song "Cigarette Lighter Love Song".
Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby reference "All The Young Dudes", along with a number of other glitter-era hits, in "Another Drive-In Saturday" on their self-titled 2008 album. An early recording of "Whatever" by Oasis contained a reference to the song, in the line "All the young blues carry the news." Though the "blues" refers to the Gallagher brothers' beloved Manchester City Football Club, legal disputes over the line and its melody kept the song from being released on Oasis' debut album Definitely Maybe. Subsequent live performances of the song retained the line, though the version that was released as a single did not. Also, Oasis's single "Stand by Me" from the album Be Here Now has a guitar part very similar to that of "All The Young Dudes".
In 2013, the Stone Temple Pilots were joined onstage by Slash and Duff McKagan for a rendition of the song.
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"Jeremy," live in October 2000.
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Peter Gabriel - Here Comes The Flood
From the album : Peter Gabriel (1977)
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FC Barcelona is in immense mourning. Tito Vilanova has died at the age of 45. May he rest in peace

Dol immens a la família del FC Barcelona: ens ha deixat Tito Vilanova, a l’edat de 45 anys. Descansi en pau

Luto inmenso en la familia del FC Barcelona: nos ha dejado Tito Vilanova a la edad de 45 años. Descanse en paz
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after i upgrade my SGN2 to 4.3. i have difficulies to save picture that i've taken w/ CAMERA360. i reinstall the app but it's getting worst n keep on crashing everytime i try to save the image, n onething strange i'v noticed is that the advance setting is not active... has anybody ever  experience like this before.... please help
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Write to the Camera360 developer. It may be a known issue.
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I keep seeing posts about Jimi and his "Are You Experienced" album. This song was however always my favorite; from his posthumous album, The Cry of Love.
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Final! Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona (3-4) Força Barça! #clàssicFCB
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