Cure For The Blues (His most well known CD)
Knobby is a local legend where I live and he has the chops. It's a cryin' shame he can't make his night job pay. But I guess that is the blues and if you don't have'um you can't sing'um. He alternates between three different guitars in a power trio and he commands that phat sound. Catch him if you can, definitely worthy.
Lovers in a Dangerous Time
Wondering Where The Lions Are
If A Tree Falls
Waiting On A Miracle
Just finished listening to The Samples' debut, self-titled album, currently listening to "Save The Turtles," and will be listening to "A Scarcity of Miracles" by Jakszyk, Fripp, & Collins up next.
“This odd museum merely documents, juxtaposes, relativizes – a perverse collection.”
– James Clifford, “On Ethnographic Surrealism”
In the Unofficial Channels column of the February issue of The Wire, I write about Flokimotheque, a YouTube playlist that revives the perverse poetics of ethnographic surrealism. The playlist contains more than 100 posts that each juxtapose a single still image with a single piece of music. Check it out to see how prolonged immersion in such a seemingly prosaic process can reconfigure the senses and send ripples across the surface of the Real."
a fantastic little collection, containing everything from Nino Rota to Arne Nordheim, Vladimir Cosma to Mayo Thompson, Patty Waters to Rhys Chatham, music from Indonesia, Ennio Morricone, The Bug to Carla Bley, music from the Baka Forest People, Cabaret Voltaire to The Laneville-Johnson Union Brass Band.
one a day for 100 days and rising. treat yourself to a few minutes of the sidereal.
listening to the first half of the bonus disc from 3/22/72 included w/ the Reinhalle purchase (and will no doubt be glued to the second half tomorrow), I would like to make an obnoxiously obsessed request for this run to be released in its entirety.
ray wiley hubbert,alive dylan bootleg from 1963,and some good old leon russell,seen him live in 71,oh! i cant leaveout a little working mans dead
Phil Lesh & Friends
1st Bank Center
Hope everyone is checking out this amazing three day run. 2/16,2/17, 2/18.
Warren Haynes and John Scofield trading leads. Whew!
03 Shakedown Street
04 Dire Wolf
05 Tennessee Jed
06 Pride of Cucamonga
07 Doin' That Rag
08 The Wheel >
09 Standing On The Moon
10 Just A Little Light
02 Scarlet Begonias >
03 Fire On The Mountain
04 Rollin' & Tumblin'
05 Cryptical Envelopment >
06 Magic Bus >
07 The Other One >
08 Wharf Rat >
09 Help On The Way >
10 Slipknot >
11 Franklin's Tower
13 Donor Rap
14 Not Fade Away
Duke Ellington "Early Ellington" 3/21/28
Art Tatum "Piano Starts Here" 3/21/33
Billie Holiday "Lady Day" 3/21/39 & 3/21/41
Clifford Brown "The Beginning & the End" 3/21/52
Henry "Red" Allen "World On A String" 3/21/57
Miles Davis "Someday My Prince Will Come" 3/21/61
Stan Getz With Guest Artist Laurindo Almeida 3/21/63
Grateful Dead Academy of Music 3/21/72 (courtesy Charlie Miller)
"Steal Your Jazz"
Grateful Dead Hour no. 359
By David Gans
August 7, 1995
These two studio tracks show the surprising development of "Crazy Fingers." Compare them with the final version on Blues for Allah.
Also: A nice pair of songs from the fall of 1994, and one of two songs the Jerry Garcia Band contributed to the soundtrack of Wayne Wang's film Smoke.
Grateful Dead 10/17/94 Madison Square Garden, New York
EYES OF THE WORLD->
MAN SMART, WOMAN SMARTER
Grateful Dead 2/19/75 and 3/5/75 in the studio
CRAZY FINGERS (rehearsals)
Jerry Garcia Band, from the Smoke soundtrack
SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES
Every Wednesday, we post a program from the Grateful Dead Hour archives for your enjoyment and enlightenment. You can browse or search the playlists at gdhour.com or on the GD Hour Search page, and let me know what program(s) you'd like to hear by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for listening!
- David Gans
Ahhhhh, The Grateful Dead!