somewhere near the middle of the Dick's Picks 4, Dark Star - bells, maracas, feedback, cymbals - all at levels intended to draw you in. I've got it cranked considerably louder than usual and I'm slowly but surely becoming anatomically attached to the wall - OK, all is well - still better yet it's feelin' groovy time, etc.
If you've not listened to this for a while it's high time - go for it!!!
Barbarito Torres "Havana Cafe" Virtuoso laud player.
Lots of black and white pictures of el malecon and chalk-full of players and singers from Buena Vista Social Club's eponymous debut.
Fave ear-opener: Sublime Ilusion. Nice alternate to Eliades Ochoa's.
Recorded live in the Wilco loft...
DJ Spooky, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Guillermo E. Brown.
Ryoji Ikeda - Sónar 2010, Barcelona.
le bon ton roulet... translation: Let The Good Times Roll!
Right there, brother!
Lester Young/Harry "Sweets" Edison "Laughin' To Keep From Cryin'" 2/08/58
Stan Getz/Cal Tjader Sextet 2/08/58
Jimmy Smith "Prayer Meetin'" 2/08/60
Clifton Chenier "Bon Ton roulet" 2/08/64
Bobby Hutcherson "Happenings" 2/08/66 (hmmm ... I wonder of what kind?)
Grateful Dead Fillmore West 2/08/70
"... bound to cover just a little more ground"
2/28/81, Chi. Uptown: Cold Rain & Snow
Jam into Cortez the Killer, as it turns out.
That 37 minute jam streaming on his website. Visually not that exciting watching the control panel, but classic electric Neil. If you've given up on that Buffalo Springfield reunion tour, why not take the Horse back on the road?
Jerry walks out on stage 1 hour before the show and plays with his Midi effects for 45 minutes, gives the crowd a wave and walks off. 15 minutes later a killer show starts and ends with this UN-freakin'-believable sequence:
Space>Miracle>Death Don't>Sugar Mags
The Death don't is the best of the modern break-out, imho.