This is the first part of something that I hope to build along with your collaboration. The title speaks for itself, really – I’ll try and collect together these moments in which music becomes a true epiphany.
I have begun by picking my five favorite moments. I have made an effort to include some performances by artists I am yet to add to the blog like Pink Floyd (just give me time), and artists I am to cover more extensively like Queen.
Please, add your suggestions by leaving a comment. The idea is to let everybody discover these performances he might not hear about otherwise, and which are too amazing to be missed. I’m counting on you!
So, without further ado:
1- Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova Perform “Falling Slowly” At The 80th Academy Awards.
The stars of “Once” play the movie’s signature tune at the 80th Academy Awards. You can watch the performance here.
2- Pink Floyd Performs At The Live 8
The whole band reunited for the first time in 24 years for the Live 8 festival, and they proved that they still had it. “Comfortably Numb” was the final song they played that night. The performance started gathering momentum when Mason threw his headphones away (around the 2:00 mark)… The song ended up being even more mesmerizing than ever.
3- Music Video: Queen’s “These Are The Days” Continue reading