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Encore: It's All Over Now Baby Blue
Nice, slightly extended, version. This and Knockin' On Heaven's Door are my Dylan/Jer faves for encores

~ the carpet, too, is moving under you ~

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A May 17th Show in 2013

http://www.wmwv.com/TXR-5-17-13-SET2.mp3

I am truly grateful, xo,
it feels like May 17th,
on this May 18th!

Love and Luck
Love and Luck

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Numero 18

5/18/72 Kongressal Munich, West Germany Great liner notes by Blair Jackson with a focus on Bill, "the young god". I'm in the midst of Playin' and, well, words are fairly inconsequential by this stage - pure pudding!!! And now for our next number ... Good Lovin'.

Intermission: 5/18/59 Sonny Stitt/Oscar Peterson "Sittin' In" & Oscar Peterson "A Portrait of Frank Sinatra"

Only the Lyceum left after this one ... it's going by too fast!!!

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Encore

Bob Dylan Live 1966 (set 1)

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Jazz to Numero 17 (set 2)

Coleman Hawkins "Rainbow Mist" 5/17/44

John Coltrane/Paul Quinichette "Cattin'" 5/17/57

Thelonious Monk "Monk In Copenhagen" 5/17/61

Teddy Edwards/Howard McGhee "Together Again" 5/17/61

Bill Evans "How My Heart Sings" & "Polka Dots & Moonbeams" 5/17/62

Miles Davis "Sorcerer" 5/17/67

Miles Davis "Miles In the Sky" 5/17/68

Grateful Dead La Grande Salle du Grand Theatre Luxembourg 5/16/72 Not the longest show from the tour, but it hits all the spots just right!

Happy Friday!!!

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Bob Mould

I met a woman a couple of weeks ago who had just seen Bob Mould, was raving about the show. Then Parkas4Kids does some raving of his own, seems like Bob Mould is calling me? My favorite post-Huskers albums are Copper Blue and Workbook, I should try them on this evening, take a spin around the block. It's been a few years since Mould was part of my music rotation, can't begin to understand sometimes how artists drop off my radar without any real intent involved. Too much music, too little time.

But then again, I do like that John Prine album mentioned by slo as well.

And I'm seeing CSN on Sunday, feeling compelled to take a trip through their catalog. I need about 4 sets of ears and a much more talented multi-tasking brain, it seems.

I know, 1st-world problems, eh?

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some john prine selections....

his "some humans ain't human" song written about the ole asshole from El Paso - Dubya reminded me of what a talented song writer he is. I got to see him live at the beautiful Coronado Theater in Rockford, IL. back in the late 90's. Outstanding performer; just wish I could've seen him with Bonnie Raitt.

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Idlers

Been on a bit of a reggae kick of late (after ODing on Bob Mould). If you're in the mood to check out/support a killer indie band, check out the Idlers from St. John's, Newfoundland, and Labrador, Canada. They have two albums out--"Corner" and "Keep Out"--that are simply DYNAMITE. Both were produced by none other than Darryl Jenifer of the Bad Brains and the White Mandingos. This ten-peice outfit is no joke--these cats can groove with the best of 'em!

Check out their website, idlers.ca, or grab their tunes directly from CD Baby.

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Bob Mould Post-Husker Du

Listening to last year's expanded re-issues of Bob Mould's short-lived second band, Sugar. "Copper Blue" is a solid album, starting off with a heavy punch to the gut but goes out with a bit of a whimper. The second, live disc is where this expanded edition really shines. While the songs on "File Under: Easy Listening" don't pack as much visceral power as the hard rockers on "Copper Blue," I feel that it is overall a more balanced record.

Really, the live discs on both of these re-issues make buying the expanded editions worth your money. I snagged 'em both when they were just $5 apiece from Amazon, so I'm missing the re-issue of the E.P. "Beaster" that comes with the CD/LP version of "Copper Blue," but I plan to eventually get both these albums on vinyl.

If you're a fan of Bob Mould's work and have never listened to Sugar, get these albums. Like, now.

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