Thelonious Monk "Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 1" 11/21/47
Graxhan Moncur "Evolution" 11/21/63
B.B. King "Live at the Regal" 11/21/64
Grateful Dead Denver Coliseum 11/21/73 (A Road Trips jewel)
Jam it up Dead community!
It's spacy and a thrill to listen to, if you know what you're listening to.
Happy Thanksgiving everybody!
Hope it's happy, healthy and safe for everybody --
from the Macy's parade to packing Turkey sandwiches on Monday morning!
Ain't that America?
Hapsash and the coloured coat with the human host and the heavy metal kids.
Why I didn't buy it in 1967 is a mystery to me !!
Sing the Delta
I must confess that I've lost track of whatever message Randall Lard is attempting to send us in this thread. I'm afraid that if I go back and piece it together it'll turn out to be a prophecy of the apocalypse. Or a recipe for cheesecake. Or not.
Listening to all the sound boards online. anything from 68 to 71 for now
Been listening to the Frank Black compilation "93-03." The iTunes/digital version is far superior to the CD version thanks to 12 extra live tracks on the second disc. Personally, I prefer Frank Black/Black Francis's work with the Pixies, his last couple solo albums haven't been all that great, and that Grand Duchy album was pretty bad, but his work between '93 and '03--both as a solo artist and with the Catholics--was really quite good.
Jan Dukes de Grey
Phil and Friends
My gratitude immense and smile resting perfectly
above my jaw. Deep into a free flowing Eyes I was
reminded about the one set in the sand. I'm exhausted
and knew karma had to have something at the end of this very
difficult day. Ahhh, thanks-all, yeah thanks to each and every of the all.
Thanks for shering the stream, too
I am letting go and will care of those things that are harmful later.
It's just all good - right now. XO