Little Baby-The Blue Rondos-(Stubbs)...The story so far.


Movie Sound Tracks:-    

'Telstar (The Joe Meek Story)'      

'Cry When It Happens'        



Published/Released Cover Recordings:-  

'The Bristols'      

'The Leamers'        

'Jazz Mills'

YouTube Covers:-

'The Arcs'      


'Nessie and her beard'      

'The Notions'

'Samantha Fish Band' 

'Daisy Glaze' 


Just Plain Plagiarised

'Little Brother'  -   The Fall

Jazz Mills - Little Baby
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I think we can safely say that if you've opened shows for Arcade Fire, Stevie Wonder and Fleet Foxes amongst other big names then you're doing something right.Texan artist Jazz Mills has done just that, and that's before we mention collaborations with The Black Angels and The Kills. So it's quite a mix of styles that she's been associated with, and quite a diverse list of fans, so it's not that surprising that new single 'Little Baby' (taken from her self-titled debut EP, out next week) is not only very good but it somehow transcends genre somewhat as well. This song sounds like lots of different things all at once, yet not quite like anything else currently doing the rounds.

You might at first notice a '60s soul vibe going on which brings in the Motown connection, but the bass and the structure are from country, so that explains why the alt-country crowd may like this too. At its heart 'Little Baby' is purely and simply a classic pop song, but one that engages with everyone, from uber-cool types like The Kills to commercial stadium acts like Coldplay (another she's warmed-up the crowd for). What makes this work so well is just how understated the whole song is. In another artist or producer's hands there would be temptation to push everything forward in the mix or go overboard with certain aspects. That never happens here; it's the song and the voice that do the work, and what mighty fine work they do.

Check out this absolutely fantastic live version of 'LITTLE BABY' by the extremely successful American Band 'THE ARCS'


Music from the Motion Picture Juno, released on January 8, 2008, is the soundtrack that accompanies the Academy Award-winning film Juno. The album compiles mostly indie rock songs from the 2000s. On April 8, 2008, a second soundtrack was released exclusively through the iTunes Store called Juno B-Sides: Almost Adopted Songs. It contains songs that were originally slated for the film. It was released to other digital music providers on May 13, 2008, and was available as disc two of the deluxe edition soundtrack on November 18, 2008.

Kimya Dawson - "Twentieth Century Fox Fanfare" (0:20)
Barry Louis Polisar - "Me and You" (2:16)
Belle & Sebastian - "My Wandering Days Are Over" (5:24)
Mateo Messina - "Go Fly a Kite" (0:49)
Kimya Dawson - "Viva la Persistence" (3:47)
The Bristols - "Little Baby" (2:16)
Jr. James & The Late Guitar - "I'm into Something Good" (3:27)
Mateo Messina - "Meet the MacGuffs" (0:54)
Astrud Gilberto - "Once I Loved" (2:13)
Kimya Dawson - "All I Want Is You" (2:31)
Buddy Holly - "Learning the Game" (2:02)
Mateo Messina - "The Lorings" (1:25)
Trio Los Panchos - "Bésame Mucho" (3:01)
Yo La Tengo - "You Can Have It All" (4:36)
Ellen Page - "Zub Zub" (1:09)

Cry When it Happens / Llora Cuando Te Pase
2010, 14 min, 16mm

One of three films at last year's New York Film Festival that seemed vital.
"Llora Cuando Te Pase embarks on a warm and serene transfer between the concepts of presence and absence. From the young people on screen at the start (two girls lying on a sofa first, two boys in a motel later), there follows an expansive exploration of the different landscapes of Los Angeles. The film contains the image that has become a premature icon of the works of the author: the TV set in front of the mountain, a object for the transmission of memory placed in an unforgettable natural space; it is an energetic and extremely peculiar example of cinema within cinema. In Laida Lertxundi's creations, the blue of the sky continues to shine and the music (in this case 'Little Baby' by The Blue Rondos generating vitality and dynamism) continues to be heard even when night falls."

Javier Estrada pdf