Compilation of New Orleans music from Rounder. Disc 3 (of 4) "Funky New Orleans" - a disaster to work to as it is almost impossible to listen and keep still :)
1keep your lamps trimmed and burning_hot tuna first pull up then pull down
2panama red_oldn'inthe way live @ boarding house
3hard hearted_oldn'inthe way highlonesome sound live
4working on a building_breakdown live @ boarding house
looks like alot o' fiddling around on a monday morning, searchin all the joints in town for ol' panama red
Piano Concerto No.1 in F, K.37
Piano Concerto No.2 in B-flat, K.39
Piano Concerto No.3 in D, K.40
Piano Concerto No.4 in G, K.41
Piano Concerto No.5 in D, K.175
Piano Concerto No.6 in B-flat, K.238
Piano Concerto No.7 in F, K.242 "Lodron" (for three pianos)
"Where does the time go?"
listening to the april 1st show in Memphis 1995. Though '95 not the best year for any of us, it was the first time the dead had played in memphis sine '72. Fun river songs,...i.e. talking heads take me to the river,..which jerry loved.
Now & Then reissue in 2004 of early 1970s albums with [small] assistance from Garcia, Lesh and Kreutzmann plus quite a few other famous names.,
Not the old song, the Canadian singer aka Suzie Ungerleider. Her album Short Stories released in the summer of 2007. I saw her perform solo last year - just voice and guitar. The record has more instrumentation. The lyrics can be a bit upsetting but the music makes for a nice start to a Monday morning.
Happy 420! the wife and kids went off for a visit with their "auntie" up north. They have left me here to watch over these Dead, Allman and Mule DVD's. I'll have to make sure everyting is working just exactly perfect with the surround sound system and screen. Checked into the View form the Vault - 7/8/90 Three River Stadium, Pittsburgh,PA and the KY jam from 7/6/90. Enjoyed the show and had a great time...you can almost get there with a little imagination. I love the midi sounds Jerry was using and the jams were hot and spacey...and that Mickey Hart really like to push and envelopes. *Deadicated, I Partied at Clark University a few times in the mid 70's and really got my Grateful Dead on full tilt with my first trip trip to the Mars Hotel show in the quads. Those folks new how to get down and we jamed there a number of times. Some great memories.
"Sun comes up blood red
Wind yells among the stone
All graceful instruments are known"
I've got too much to name, but I'll name some of what i got.
grateful dead- American beauty, working mans dead, history of the grateful dead, dead live
saliva- every six seconds
sublime- 40oz to freedom
iron maiden- iron maiden, powerslave, seventh son of a seventh son, number of the beast
john lennon- plastic ono band
the eagles- desperado
billy joel- piano man
queen- news of the world, made in heaven
Billie Holiday "Commodore Master Takes" 4/20/39 (Strange Fruit, Yesterdays, Fine & Mellow, I Gotta Right To Sing the Blues - one of the best Billie sessions)
Buddy DeFranco "Mr. Clarinet" 4/20/53 w/ Kenny Drew, Milt Hinton & Art Blakey
Miles Davis "Blue Note Vol.2" 4/20/53 I've always loved this sweet session
Paul Chambers "Chamber's Music" 4/20/55 A prelude to "Blue Train" featuring Pepper Adams instead of Lee Morgan .
Horace Parlan "Us Three" 4/20/60 A Connoisseur series reissue from way back in1997 using 20-bit Super Bit Mapping - tchoice!
Clark University, Worcester, Ma. 4/20/69 Roland Kirk opened - it was a Sunday.
chit chat, Dew, Schoolgirl, DTR, Dark Star>St.Stephen>//The Eleven>Death Don't
Lovelight, Dupree's, Mountains of the Moon
"Where does the time go?"
i so glad_live cream
candyman_ live hot tuna
boris the spider_philn'friends
these just popped up randomly in my head whilst hiking today, who needs ipods on the trails:)))