Posts Tagged ‘Notable Music Co.’

Bobby Hebb – I’ll Be Anything For You

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It was Bobby Hebb‘s personal outpouring of grief over his divorce that’s been said to have fueled the beauty, anguish, and wistful hope displayed on his quietly influential 1970 album, Love Games.

“I’ll Be Anything For You” with an incredible arrangement by James Fleming and Dave Roberts, seeks to close that deal. The Love Games album came four years after Bobby Hebb’s monster 8 million selling single multi-format classic, “Sunny”, and a full two years before similar work by Gamble & Huff & The O’Jays. It would provide the template for the direction R&B would take through the late 70′s and early 80′s, music that one keeps for special moods, private times, and most of all, as David Morpheus points out on the original liner notes, for times perhaps when one is not in love at the moment but should be.

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Contact & Licensing info:

“I’ll Be Anything For You” written by Bobby Hebb and Published by Portable Music Co. Inc. (BMI). Contact: Damon Booth / info@notablemusic.net. Administered by Downtown Music Publishing. Contact: Sean McGraw / seanmcgraw@dmpgroup.com. Master controlled by Sony Music Group.

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Sam Phillips Scores Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

iWQvaEE 1024x629 Sam Phillips Scores Marvelous Mrs. MaiselSinger/Songwriter, Composer Sam Phillips reunites with Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino for the brand new Amazon original pilot, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Written and directed by Amy and Dan Palladino, the show tells the story of a New York housewife who becomes a stand up comedienne in the late 1950s. Listen out for Peggy Lee‘s rendition of Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh‘s classic “Pass Me By”! Now streaming on Amazon and starring the delightful Rachel Brosnahan (House of Cards), read more HERE.

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Tift Merritt – My Boat

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No one will be denied on my boat, on my boat
No getting ahead or falling behind on my boat, on my boat
Just having a real big time on my boat on my boat
No one will be denied on my boat, on my boat, on my boat

On her new album Stitch of the World, Tift Merritt adapts the lyrics of this week’s stunner of a top tune from the late, great short-story writer Raymond Carver. His poem “My Boat” was written in Port Angeles in the spring of 1984. There will be room for all his friends on this boat, no one will be denied. With Carver’s All of Us: The Collected Poems in hand, this poem for Tift “leapt up like lightning”. Its message of kinship and inclusion is offered in a time of great division in our country and “it makes it just a little bit easier to believe that scars do heal and love soldiers on”. – Slant Magazine.

Check out a lovely intimate performance of the song at Paste Studios in NYC with mister Eric Heywood on guitar HERE.

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Contact & Licensing info:

“My Boat” music written by Tift Merritt based on the Poem “My Boat” by Raymond Carver. Published by the Estate of Raymond Carver & by Obscure Superhero Music (ASCAP). Administered by Some Kind of Music LLC, a Notable Music Co. Contact: Damon Booth / info@notablemusic.net. Administered by Downtown Music Publishing. Contact: Sean McGraw / seanmcgraw@dmpgroup.com. Used Master controlled by Yep Roc Records.

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Skating Polly – Cosmetic Skull

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And I’ll just be your mud rug, my dear.
And I’ll keep writing little headaches for your ears.

When Skating Polly finished their record The Big Fit, they had a goal to make a video for every song on the album. “Cosmetic Skull” rounds out the 12th and final video for the album and it’s been an impressive and inspiring adventure watching each tale take shape! Starting with first pre-album release single “Nothing More Than A Body” in May 2015 (the sneering, eponymous track was written as an existential response to meeting long-time idol Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel), to the L7 anthem-like “Perfume For Now” in February of last year (their first after relocating to Tacoma Washington from Oklahoma) to this week’s Top Tune. The latest video marks their 7th collaboration with director Dave Smith from the album and you can check ‘em all out here:

The Big Fit – video timeline:
Nothing More Than A Body - May 2015 (dir Drake Matney)
Perfume For Now – Feb 2016 (dir Nickolas Rossi)
Pretective Boy – March 2016 (dir Dave Smith)
Hey Sweet – March 2016 (dir Dave Smith)
Stop Digging – April 2016 (dir Dave Smith)
For The View – May 2016 (dir Drake Matney)
Picker of His Words – Aug 2016 (dir Dave Smith)
Across the Caves – Sept 2016 (dir Sofia Due Rosenzweig)
Morning Dew – Nov 2016 (dir Sofia Due Rosenzweig)
Oddie Moore – Jan 2017 (dir Dave Smith)
Arms & Opinions – Feb 2017 (dir Dave Smith)
Cosmetic Skull – March 2017 (dir Dave Smith)

The band has just announced a full spring tour in support of their upcoming EP New Trick (coming April 28 via El Camino Media). We cannot wait to share it, all songs were recorded and co-written with a pair of their musical heroes, Nina Gordon and Louise Post of Veruca Salt! The EP was produced by Brad Wood (Liz Phair, Sunny Day Real Estate) and as Peyton explains “This was the first time we were able to work as a full band and I think it really just opened up this new level for us in the sense that we were able to add other elements and make things sound bigger than they had in the past”. In that spirit the band recently added Kelli Mayo’s brother Kurtis who has joined the band on drums. Dig it!

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Contact & Licensing:
“Cosmetic Skull” was written by Skating Polly and is published by Go Polly Girl Songs (ASCAP) and Melting By 40 Music (ASCAP)/Some Kind of Music LLC, a Notable Music Co. / contact: Damon Booth / info@notablemusic.net. Administered by Downtown Music Publishing. / contact: Sean McGraw / seanmcgraw@dmpgroup.com. Master controlled by Skating Polly.

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