Bow your heads and pray, xo.
This is brilliant, to be sure.
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Dr John -- Locked Down
Justin Townes Earle -- Nothing's Going to Change the Way You Feel About Me Now
I had an expensive day at Record Store Day last weekend...but didn't make it there in time to grab one of three copies of the vinyl Dark Star. But I was there in plenty of time to empty my wallet.
Disc One (4) 68:33
01. Instrumental [17:21] [0:38]
02. Favela [15:53] [0:08]
03. Pennies From// Heaven [17:#52] [0:06]
04. "Jam #5" [16:26] [0:08]
Disc Two (4) 70:59
01. Bossa Martin [16:35] ->
02. People Make the World Go 'Round [21:56] [0:04]
03. Boogie on Reggae Woman [14:58] [0:09]
04. Instrumental [17:06] [0:09]
of WBGO fm since I've been spending a LOT of time in cars lately and they broadcast in my local market, as well as online at www.wbgo.org. If you fancy a jazz fix and can pry yourselves away from the Dead channel on SiriusXM or gdradio.com they are a reliable fix. Even heard them track a selection from the recent David Bromberg/Levon Helm collaboration during the Blues hour (3-4pm ET) as a nod to Levon.
Just making a suggestion. If your mother doesn't like it tell her to write her Congressman...
Badger, I hadn't heard of them either, saw them opening for Drive-By Truckers last fall. They came out playing "Hold On" ... I was dancing almost immediately and did not stop until they left the stage, which is saying something for these old bones. And I walked away with a memento: something frisbee'd from the stage to the crowd at the end of the show -- a setlist written on a paper plate, ended up in my hands.
The Cellar Door Sessions 1970
I just got this and it is really blowing me away. 6 sets from the shows that produced Live-Evil. Wow!
that's a coincidence Gratefaldean..I had never heard of them, but saw them live on TV last night.. and I thought they were fantastic. Here is the performance