UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

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USA – Los Angeles, California – No, The US Did Not Invent Music!…

by The Guru

I met a really obnoxious American the other day who really did think that music was invented in the USA.  I laughed so much my sides nearly split. I mean, “invented”?  I know what he meant with his limited powers of expression but even then he could not be more wrong.  I accept certain genres like Motown for example have a unique US origin in the same way that Euro-pop is not particularly British.  Also great artists such as Elvis Presley are uniquely American but that is where it endsm guys.  For a country the sixe of the USA, the influence is far, far smaller than that of the UK with a population of only 20% or less.

It is a well known fact that very few artists anywhere in the world do not acknowledge influence by some of the British greats whether it be The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Genesis, Eric Clapton, Robbie Williams, Coldplay, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, etc etc….  The list is almost endless.  I was fortunate to grow up in London in the early 60s and so I saw many, many of the greatest performing.  Eel Pie Island was a favorite venue!

Anyway, here is a list I put together a couple of years ago of my top tracks with links to the YouTube videos.  There are a few token US ones in there for you but count how many are from the UK if you can…  I have seen most of these bands live by the way.  Fantastic!

The songs are in alphabetical order only:

Akasha – Sweet Child Of Minehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egAtCbpCYNE This is a cover of the mid-eighties hit by Guns N’ Roses.  For me this version is so good by the acid jazz group, Akasha, I don’t mind there being no video on YouTube as I can still remember the atmosphere when I first saw Akasha live in Brussels but compare for yourself by watching the original hit here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HlgjcRidFM which is still very good…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

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Anastasia – Left Outside Alone http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ho_4ihsh1Q Anastacia has one of those rare voices that cannot be imitated.  Raunchy and almost guttural, she produces a sound far more than her stature but she is still known as being a strong and vibrant person who has had her fair share of personal challenges including breast cancer.  This is my favourite track by her…

Barclay James Harvest – Mockingbird http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urFcnTdnDd0 Maybe the most beautiful song ever in the context of the genre.  It is a floating and atmospheric balled set free by great instrumental backing.  In my early years this was a daily play on the ‘record player’ and I still have their live album…

Beatles – Hey Jude http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD3ovfZXO5Q There are so many great songs by the Beatles that it was tough to pick one but for me this is the most vivid memory.  Also it is notable for the fact that I used to live in Brighton in the UK and Paul McCartney was a regular visitor to his home by the sea on the so-called ‘millionaires’ row’ alongside Fat Boy Slim and others.  One night in the local Hotel Du Vin where we inadvertently were both dining he stood up and broke into the chorus of Hey Jude as a serenade for Heather Mills.

Dave Berry – Crying Game http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rwkq48UetR8 An amazing and timeless tune but the awesome eponymous movie brought it to fame with this famous scene with Jaye Davidson who went on to be the face of Stargate http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rwkq48UetR8 Something special and a great movie too by the way…

Blondie – Maria http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfK8uMzkIK4 I have always be a great fan of Debbie Harry and her band’s output and it was ground-breaking in all the raw energy it embodied.  Sadly my last memory of Blondie was in Brighton around 2003 when Debbie Harry at age 58 turned up on stage in fishnet stockings and couldn’t hit a single high note, unsurprisingly.  Time to hang up the clogs but in the early days she looked awesome…

James Blunt – 1973 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAq0AbxhawI From 2007, this was a massive hit for James after his first album three years before.  He went from obscurity to an international megastar after his first album and this was a great follow up stand out track.  It is about everyone’s memory of a girl including mine…

Bon Jovi – Living on a Prayer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUSDS9pkA2Y From New Jersey with all the attitude you’d ever need, Jon Bonjiovi formed the band that went on to top the charts so many times with their signature sound.  I saw them live at Wembley Stadium, London in 1995 and it was mind-blowing to say the least…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Bowie – Space Oddity http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssnxo4lNp8w Bowie is an icon in a class of his own – singer, actor, celebrity and famed lover.  He also still looks cooler than ever in the recent movie, ‘Prestige’.  He actually does not have different coloured eyes.  They are both blue but one pupil is permanently dilated so appears darker…

The Cars – Let the Good Times Roll http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsuVrUicqlU The Cars produced the best driving music ever as I remember in my first car, a Triumph Vitesse, which I wrapped around a lamp post in Claygate near Esher with this song playing.  This didn’t put me off the song or the band and it is still a firm favourite in any car I drive…

Eric Clapton – Layla http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fX5USg8_1gA This is about as good as it gets on the guitar by the best guitarist of all time (probably) and such a great influence on the world of music.  From the early days opposite Eel Pie Island to Cream to constantly speeding in his Ferraris in Gloucestershire, he doesn’t lose his inner energy despite the cool exterior…

Leonard Cohen – I’m Your Man http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKjSr1zOTq0 Leonard is such an icon and how many people can go on stage live at 75 years of age as he did in this video this year in London and still wow the ladies?  This is his trademark song as he is ‘the man’…

Coldplay – Clocks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Oc1BtjvvRA I have seen this band live twice and they never fail to impress.  Intelligent musicians (they met at London’s UCL College) with great style and song-writing talent, they are led by Chris Martin and they originally gigged around 1998 in Camden, North London. I always feel an affinity as I was born just down the road form their first gig and went to UCL but of course not in the same era…

Crowded House – Weather with You http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIb6I8gtgtw A New Zealand band that most Aussie’s claim as their own, obviously.  They were formed in Melbourne but are from NZ and pay homage to their roots in most of their music.  The lead singer Neil Finn has an OBE from the Queen, no less…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eagles – Hotel California http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ea0CDieb4yM These are old timers still going strong and since the early 70s they have been dishing out world class music.  Hotel California is timeless and when I saw them live a few years back, Don Henley did an amazing version of his big solo hit, Boys of Summer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VKwiHnscXQ Awesome…

Eiffel 65 – Blue http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H25lz7gchaw You will never ever buy a blue car again!  Nothing much to say about these guys other than the song will drive you nuts in the end and they are Italian not French…

Enigma – Sadness http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5puvToReRr0 This song wins it for the all-time erotic dance number.  Without going into any more detail, I have seen this song used for many an erotic dance scene and easy to see why…

Melissa Etheridge – Like The Way I Do http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVlzrvRYCh0 A true icon of the pink music scene, Melissa has risen to the top of her game with great tunes and great performances like this one.  A great musician and singer-songwriter…

Faithless – Insomnia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBrUjvONIrA or even better http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otLEUwHao_E The master at work, Maxi Jazz is beyond compare and my enduring memory of this Buddhist from Brixton is some very late nights out partying in Bodrum, Turkey where every second song played was Insomnia – really!…

Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music – Jealous Guy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcJSAxxPF-s Coolest guy in the world ever?  Many ladies say so and he has dated some of the loveliest over the years but he is known to the rest of us as a unique singer with a stage style no-one can imitate.  Love him or hate him, he is unique…

Fleetwood Mac – Rhiannon http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tR_i0sKWKEA Another great legend from the 60s that comprised UK and US members but were formed by Mick Fleetwood but have had many faces over the years.  For me, Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham backed by Mick on drums will be the memory and Rhiannon the song…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free – Be My Friend http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leGAYNe2UzU Paul Kossoff and Free are all time classic artists but with a very short career.  Their most famous song is ‘All Right Now’ of course. Paul was one of our rarest talents taken away so young and since then his father David devoted many years after his death traveling and preaching in his son’s memory. Great talent and so formative on other bands since…

Rory Gallagher – Moonchild http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fhxa572Bk3o Born in Cork, Ireland, Rory sadly passed away after an unsuccessful liver transplant in London in 1995 after a long struggle with alcohol and prescription drugs.  However not before he gave us some of the best music we will ever hear.  He was multi-talented and a true musician of the old school as well as being one of the greatest guitarists of all time.  I was privileged to have seen him perform live in my late teens in Taunton in the UK.  He came back for four encores and even asked the last 10 of us crowded around the stage what else we wanted to hear.  I shouted ‘Moonchild’ of course! Just listen to the sounds he produces from his trusty Fender Strat guitar. RIP Rory…

Goldfrapp – Black Cherry http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgHUJz99D4A I was at this concert in London at Somerset House.  Whether you like the music or not you have to credit the band with one of the coolest names of all time in Goldfrapp.  I personally find their music hypnotic and very, very special…

Grace – Not Over Yet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WuD4eJB8ESE I saw her perform at a concert in Cambridge in the mid-nineties.  I had never heard of her but my friend and I were invited by a lonely couple of girls at the Newmarket races so how could we refuse…

Hipsway – Ask The Lord http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXQ6AzBcI8Y I can’t find a video but this is such an iconic song from the mid-eighties that reminds me of my days driving around London in some dreary job.  Music was the elixir…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imogen Heap – Blanket http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMOLnCpB_-o or the sexy version in the recent movie, Powder Blue… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jMTHj-Q2t0 I have never seen her perform live but I wish I could as this song makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck every time.  For many years it was my number one choice in the car on a Hed Kandi disc I loved…

Hot Chocolate – Every 1’s A Winner http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-GkwIRbLw8 Again in Taunton in the early 1980s at the same venue as Rory Gallagher, I saw Errol complete with the licquorice mic and hot trousers on.  Some friends and I managed to find our way in the back door of the then Odeon cinema/stage and suddenly I was on stage with Errol.  Scary… Watch this interview to see him and his tunes in a very different light as an MBE, no less. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8stQvF4eEI

Elton John – Song for Guy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK9WS3q5m7g A look beyond the funny hair and shell suit reveals a true musical talent who has spanned many decades and produced many styles.  This song is my favourite and is in memory of the post boy he liked who later died…

Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yTIpcwBTTs Ian Curtis, their lead singer hanged himself in 1980 and was buried in his home town of Macclesfield after a long depression as a result of epileptic fits and his failing marriage.  There are many stories about his ultimate demise some no doubt urban myths but his true legacy is his outstanding talent.  His talent lives on as his memory…

Kosheen – Hide U http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uloNaUWGP3c A hypnotic example of this bands great talent from the beginning of this century…  The lead singer Sian Evans and the band have gone on to produce two more great albums from their base in Bristol in the UK.  I have never seen them live bit I wish I could…

Lenny Kravitz – Are You Gonna Go My Way http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLhpHjmxNw8 Right down to the ‘flying V’ guitar, this is heavy rock at it’s best.  Much emulated but never bettered is this boy from New York.  Is there anyone he hasn’t dated?  The list is getting long and we wonder how he fits in his music…

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UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Led Zeppelin – Stairway To Heaven http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7n1oCiJcBW8 There isn’t much I could say about this band and this track that hasn’t already been said so I won’t try.  Just enjoy this often-voted best song of all time.  Miraculous…

Meat Loaf – Bat Out Of Hell http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBZDTK9Yhko Classic stuff from one of the longest ever running albums of all time.  When I was a teenager, it was the only thing to listen to.  Harley bikes, emotive lyrics, romance, it had it all…

Robert Miles – Children http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qv_jaeEbtvE This is a long Paul Oakenfold mix of Children but there are many others about http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq3rlEdL2bI In fact he is probably the most ‘mixed’ artist!  Robert Miles has epitomized the ‘club scene gone mainstream’ and his style is unique.  I love his music…

Moby – Natural Blues http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkc6PsrSbs0 Moby is the US Buddhist-Vegan who eats brown rice and broccoli but produces some of the most inspiring music I have ever heard.  I love all his music and whilst others hate his sampling, I find it innovative.  Even Jason Bourne like this track…

Morcheeba – The Sea http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtsP1w2DnNg Another great British band, Morcheeba have an inimitable sound even though they have changed lead singer many times.  The original singer Skye Edwards was with them form the start up in 1996.  The name Morcheeba means ‘the way of marijuana’ apparently…

Nirvana – Come As You Are http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUuTioihz8s Nirvana were formed by the famous Kurt Cobain in the late 80s and are so unique you can almost hear their music before it starts playing.  A true iconic band…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tom Petty – Learning to Fly http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-i0aF7QJ4wE Well, it should have been Refugee but somehow this is the better song for me now.  When I was growing up my nest friend was learning guitar and ‘Tom Pet’ was his idle.  You know who you are, Steve, if you are reading this.  A great US talent…

Pink Floyd – One Slip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHi46A9A5_w I always loved PF as a kid like everyone and Dark Side OF The Moon was my first ever album.  I first saw them live at Wembley Arena around 1988 when someone took me to see them on my birthday and it still rates as the best concert I have ever seen.  Beds and pigs flying through the air and great, great music…

Police – Every Breath You Take http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doFKkuzoawM This is a great black and white video of my favourite song by the band.  Sting and his band have fused reggae and rock forever and this track will always remind me of selling my dear Marcos V6 sportscar as we drove to the dealer one last time together…

Prince – Purple Rain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlQP3_AFdms Prince was one of those stars I never liked as he was a bit too popular with my girlfriends.  Back then in the mid-80s one girlfriend finally twisted my arm to go see the movie by the same name.  I loved it so much I stayed in the cinema in London’s Leicester Square and watched it over again…

Lou Reed – Perfect Day http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYEC4TZsy-Y Lou Reed was born in the early 40s and has created so much great music both solo and with bands like The Velvet Underground.  He got married last year at age 66!…

R.E.M – Losing My Religion http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_XFMCgeI7c Formed in the very early 80s, REM are a great US band with a strong of hits but this is by far my favourite for it’s unique style and lyrics…

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UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robbie Williams – Feel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOewegX7H-Q and then at Knebworth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF8eMK6dUXA ‘Robbie’ the heart-throb, ex-Take That boy band singer has everyone looking and this concert in the UK in 2003 was the largest ever in UK history.  I watched it live on TV at a party in Cheltenham and avoided the three hours to get out of the car park afterwards but I wish I had been there!…

Rolling Stones – Paint It Black http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DP2VyquMAaM Another band about which I can’t say too much that hasn’t already been said except that they were formed in 1962 before I was even born and they are still going strong. Wow…

Santana – Turn Your Lights On http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5a0OAtzrXE Surely one of the most atmospheric tracks ever! Santana are the legends of their genre and they just keep producing the goods…

Joe Satriani – If I could Fly http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FclrtPUquhQ An Amazing track by the guitarist’s guitarist who endorses Ibanez guitars – sorry no video.  I only discovered him recently when I bought my Ibanez electric guitar but I really love his music already.  Notice, by the way, how similar Coldplay’s recent song Viva La Vida sounds http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvgZkm1xWPE What do you think?  Great song too but somewhat similar, no…

Savage Garden – To The Moon And Back http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9I9hVzqTbn0 Simply one of the best videos to one of the best tunes with some of the best lyrics ever. Tip:  sounds best very loud…

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Shakira – Whenever, Wherever http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=582qo1wcg7Y Shakira is about as sexy as you can get in my book and the way she does that stomach-wiggle thing is apparently totally not easy to copy.  Not even a Thai go-go girl can do it (so I am told).  Born in 1977 of mixed ancestry, she is also a smart cookie speaking 4 languages and she even wrote her first poem at age 4 but the wiggle does it for me…

Carly Simon – You’re So Vain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B7bVD_DkM4 The famous song purported to be all about Warren Beatty has kept us guessing for so long!  Work it out for yourself on Carly’s own site: http://www.carlysimon.com/vain/vain.html

Simple Minds – Someone, Somewhere In Summertime http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQJtmjWPfOc Jim Kerr and his band are from Glasgow and have produced some great and memorable tracks.  This is my favourite and I one listened to it over and over again all day while story-boarding a video when I was about 20 years old.  There is a bonfire on a beach on an exotic island, everyone drinking and talking, eyes meet eyes through the flames and… Well I guess they will never make it now!…

Sisters Of Mercy – More http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6BowVKBcPg Scary stuff at first site but really quite magical.  All of their music is in the same style – heavy rock, almost thrash with gothic overtones but it still keeps melody.  They were formed in Leeds and now after 3 albums and 3 decades, they are a global touring band coming to you soon…

Britney Spears – Born to Make you Happy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceiDLeYOgt8 I know that Britney is no great talent and often plain out of control but I just love this song…

Bruce Springsteen – The River http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HxZKa4NwGo The Boss…..Or you could have caught him on the streets of Copenhagen which shows his true class to perform spontaneously for a crowd  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWQV7agBFtE The archetypal US hunk is the living V8 Chevy…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Al Stewart – Year of the Cat http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QM7LR46zrQU I saw Al Stewart at a Cambridge concert in the early 90s and I didn’t really know what to make of it.  His performance was so different from his studio albums I knew.  However, I still love his inimitable style of folk-rock from one of the all-time best.  This song is from the album of the same name and is all about 1963 as well as cats…

Stranglers – Always The Sun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy9-epdDw9E This great song from one of the all-time great bands was for many years my favourite to the extent it made it to be the start up text on my Nokia phones:  ‘there’s always the sun…’…

Talk Talk – Living In Another World http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApKoNN8PpiU I like everything this band has ever produced so this was the most difficult choice to pick one track.  They were only around for 9 years yet produced some of the best music I have ever heard.  Mark Hollis, the lead singer retired at the tender age of 43 in 1998 and has never been heard of since.  He “refused to sacrifice his artistic ambition to commercial success” – good for him!…

Texas – Insane http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urLCWP_gVWE I have always liked this Scottish band but when I saw them playing in Edinburgh at the New Year’s Hogmanay festival, I was truly addicted.  This is their most haunting track…

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U2 – One http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMKnRFq6DGg We all love the buffalo in the other video but this is better I think.  I saw Bono and his band, in the early days of albums like Boy and War, at the Hammersmith Palais and will never forget the music, the atmosphere and the Bono look-a-likes dotted around the walls.  Hilarious…

There you have 60 of my top tracks.  I could have easily have listed another 60 but I was sticking to the groups I know well.  What did I miss out?  TELL me!

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10 Responses to “UK – London, UK – No, The US Did Not Invent Music, We British Did!…”

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    Great choices here buddy! You are obviously the same age group as me and into the same GREAT music…

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    • Edward Moulton says:

      Dear James

      Thank you for the compliments.

      It is hard to shake off your original music tastes isn’t it! We show our age…

      Warm regards

      Edward

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