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‘He set the tone’: Keith Richards is unlikely secret weapon on Aaron Neville’s new doo wop album

‘He set the tone’: Keith Richards is unlikely secret weapon on Aaron Neville’s new doo wop album

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpyUQ6iDcbA&w=500&h=305] Growing up in New Orleans, Aaron Neville loved doo-wop music, so an album focused on this 1950s-era music makes sense. What perhaps doesn’t is that this new Blue Note release finds him collaborating with Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones.

Dion, Jay and the Americans, others – Sounds of the City: New York Area Doo Wop 1956-66 (2007): Forgotten Series

Let’s get one thing out of the way right now: doo wop music was not created to be used as fodder for public television fund-raisers.

Aaron Neville working with Keith Richards, Don Was on upcoming album of doo-wop classics

The ever-eclectic Aaron Neville’s newest project, co-produced by Keith Richards and Don Was, will focus on classic songs from the doo-wop era.

Gimme Five: John Oates on Hall and Oates’ “She’s Gone,” “You Make My Dreams” + others

John Oates takes us inside the love-gone-wrong beginnings of Hall and Oates “She’s Gone,” and talks about how the birth of Oates’ son sparked a standout solo track. He also laments that doo wop never gets its due, and how he remade a signature Hall and Oates hit into a boot-scootin’ swing tune on his new record, “Mississippi Mile.” “SHE’SRead More

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