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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 65

2024-03-06 15:47

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 65

Proseguiamo la settimana dedicata ai Foo Fighters.

Let's continue the week dedicated to the Foo Fighters.

 

After a brief hiatus at the end of 2001, the Foo Fighters return with renewed vigor to record their fourth album. Inspired by Grohl's experiences during the recording sessions of "Songs for the Deaf" by Queens of the Stone Age, "One by One" represents another triumph for the band. During those years, there is a brief "political" interlude for the Foo Fighters: George W. Bush, during his election campaign, uses the song "Times Like These" at his events. This prompts Grohl to publicly declare his support for John Kerry, actively participating in the election campaign. Grohl's political involvement even influences the title of their next album, marking a turning point in their musical narrative. The fifth studio album, "In Your Honor," released in 2005, is a double disc featuring both rock and acoustic tracks: the album sees collaborations with artists from various musical backgrounds, including Norah Jones, John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin, and Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age. 2006 brings the release of the live album "Skin and Bones," followed in 2007 by the sixth studio album "Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace": the record earns the American band a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album and one for Best Hard Rock Performance with "The Pretender". The following decade continues to be a series of successes for the Foo Fighters, with the release of the album "Wasting Light" in 2011: recorded entirely in analog in Grohl's garage, the album showcases a blend of raw energy and powerful melodies, earning acclaim from critics and fans worldwide. However, despite the success, in 2012 the Foo Fighters announce a temporary hiatus.

 

Today's listening is the energetic "Rope"!

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