Featuring cringe-worthy lyrics like, “Do you want to be a slave?”
Morrison wrote and Clapton performed the track, set for release next week.
The veteran troubadour contends socially-distanced concerts are “pseudo-science” stemming from “fascist” government overreach.
The veteran singer-songwriter previously dismissed socially distanced concerts as “pseudo-science.”
The legendary songwriter calls on fellow musicians to join him in demanding a return to “full capacity audiences.”
From executive producers Martin Scorsese, Ron Howard, and Brian Grazer.
Twenty years later, Bringing Out the Dead is a ghoulish classic in the filmmaker’s oeuvre.
Icon’s 41st record is his sixth in four years.
Or, 21 distinct ways of coping with, embracing, and analyzing the past.
Selections range from A Tribe Called Quest to Lil Nas X to the best hit outta Pride Rock.
The list sports tracks from the Bee Gees, Nina Simone, Elvis Presley, and more.
The veteran singer-songwriter also thanks his parents for keeping unsold copies of his debut album.