Charles Bradley sings the powerful cover as part of another session of the Newsroom Concert Series. Bradley's album, also called 'Changes' was released in April.
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Charles Bradley performs "Changes" for a World Cafe Session with host, David Dye. Recorded at World Cafe Live, Philadelphia on 4/25/16. World Cafe www.npr.org/blogs/world-cafe/ Tumblr www.worldcafe.tumblr.com/ Facebook www.facebook.com/WorldCafe Twitter www.twitter.com/WorldCafe Instagram www.instagram.com/worldcafe Youtube www.youtube.com/worldcafe
"Changes" is a song by Black Sabbath. It first appeared on Black Sabbath, Vol. 4 which was released in 1972. The song's piano melody was composed by guitarist Tony Iommi, who was experimenting with the instrument in the studio. "Changes" is a ballad inspired mainly by Bill Ward's ongoing breakup with his first wife. The lyrics were composed by bassist Geezer Butler, and vocalist Ozzy Osbourne has referred to the song as "heartbreaking". The song was quite different from Black Sabbath's previous songs, given that this one was characterized by a melodic and downbeat soft rock vibe in sharp contrast to the hard guitar-driven sound the band had become famous for. Black Sabbath played this song live only twice, the first time in 1973 at The Great Ngaruawahia Music Festival, and a second time more than twenty years later in 1995 with Tony Martin on vocals. It was also played by Ozzy Osbourne on his Live & Loud album as a show closer with Zakk Wylde on piano and Mike Inez on bass.
Charles Bradley, backed by The Menahan Street Band, performs "Why Is It So Hard" live from Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop in Austin, TX, during KEXP's broadcast at SXSW. Recorded 3/17/2011. host: Cheryl Waters engineer: Kevin Suggs Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Shelly Corbett, Scott Holpainen and Christopher Meister editing: Jim Beckmann
Singer Charles Bradley was born in 1948, but released his debut album just five years ago. He was strongly influenced by the late James Brown. Bradley performs "Changes" from his new album, "Changes."
Music video created using the album track and footage from the Santa Monica Civic 1975
an awesome video of ozzy and kelly singing changes. can you feel the love?
i feel unhappy..i feel so sad...i've lost a bestfriend..that i ever had....