Stan Getz "Roost Quartets" 12/10/50
Jimmy Forrest "All the gin is Gone" 12/10/59
Thelma Theatre 12/10/69
Fox Theater, St. Louis, Mo. 12/10/71 My all-time fav. (radio broadcast version!)
Charlotte Coliseum 12/10/73
"Where does the time go?"
John Tavener: The Protecting Veil
Arvo Part: Alina and Tabula Rausa
Grateful Dead: MSG Sept 1990
Dizzy Gillespie/Stan Getz "Diz & Getz" 12/09/56
Frank Strozier "The Fantastic Frank Strozier" 12/09/59
Ike Quebec "It Might As Well Be Spring" 12/09/61
Freddie Roach "Good Move" 12/09/63
John Coltrane "A Love Supreme" 12/09/64
The Fabulous Fox Theater (St. Louis) 12/09/71
JG & DG 12/09/91 I like this.
"Where does the time go?"
Have just played through Miles Davis - Milestones, without any interruption. Miles Davis needs to be listened to without anyone shouting at you to turn that crap off. Now half way through Disc 5 of the box set So Many Roads (1965-1995). I just love disc 5.
08/29/87 (Sat) French's Camp - Piercy, CA
Set 1: Acoustic: Deep Elem Blues, Been All Around This World, Friend Of The Devil, I'm Troubled*, Little Sadie* **, Diamond Joe*, Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie, Trouble In Mind*, Ripple
Set 2: Electric: How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You, Forever Young, Get Out Of My Life Woman, Run For The Roses, And It Stoned Me, My Sisters And Brothers, Deal
Set 3: The Harder They Come, I Shall Be Released, Think, Evangeline, Gomorrah, Let It Rock, That Lucky Old Sun, Tangled Up In Blue
Comment: Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band/ Jerry Garcia Band*=first time played, **=only time played.
I don't have that Todd Snider album but it's on my ever increasing 'to buy' list. Sounds interesting, thanks Alan. Might just push it up the list a bit now.
I've been working on what has become my annual Holiday "war and peace" compilation for friends. This song has been haunting me for quite a while, as it's not an over-the-top protest, but rather a so- very- personal view of war/the war:
Mamma's and Grandmamma's love you
Cause that's all they know how to do
But you never planned on those bombs in the sand
Or sleeping in your Dress Blues
The Lew -- one of my covers is Todd Snider's version of "Fortunate Son." Check it out..
lokking? whats a lokking?
A little Sugar Mountain at the Canterbury House while we put up the tree, lokking out the window at the fresh fallen snow, and then a little John Barleycorn to warm the soul.
Deadicated to Tim and nobody in particular.........
peace and good vibes,pkpotter
i am having a bonus disc concert- i have put all of my road trips bonus discs in the cd player and i'm rocking out while putting up the xmas tree. currently. bonus disc from vol 1 no 1- china cat-
i know you rider-
lost sailor (my current personal theme song!)
saint of circumstance-
i can also hear the washer and the dryer both doing their thing... soon, the dishwasher and vacuum will join to cacophony.