The real-time reports continue...
3 x's around was good enough. Another thought arrived. xo!
Stacked Deck and Too Stuffed to Jump on the same disc. One-hit wonders with "Third Rate Romance," these guys deserved better. Country/soul/blues, not a clunker on either of these albums. More than a couple of songs here would have sounded great covered by Ray Charles...or Willie Nelson, for that matter. And any song that mentions Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee ("Little Italy Rag") is alright with me...
Superstition My 40th High School reunion is coming up next summer, and I've been posting a "40 years ago" song on our class's Facebook page each Friday morning. This is today's entry...Stevie was 22 years old when he released Talking Book, not an amazing fact until you consider that his first album came out 10 years earlier. My, he was a youngin'... The Europe '72 40th anniversary release date is just around the corner, what to post from that, what to post?
The Music Improvisation Company
tristudios.com pre-show for an exclusive show The Night of the Dog
Sugaree. Champaign 2/21/73 Were you there??/
Mount Vernon Astral Temple
Queen Big fan
Mount Vernon Arts Lab
Psychedelic Pill If you haven't seen it, check out the video for "Twisted Road." Some back-in-the-day Dylan footage, some Dead footage. Walkin' with the Devil on a twisted road Listenin to the Dead on the radio That old time music used to soothe my soul If I ever get home I'm gonna let the good times roll
Maschine Nr. 9
Row jimmy ~ alexandra palace. London, england - september 1974. Dicks picks volume 7
Blak and Blu Enough blistering blues to make you want more, enough other stuff to keep you interested? Lady Gaga? Creative spamming?
Charlie Christian "Genius of the Electric Guitar" 11/07/40 Grateful Dead Harding Theater, San Francisco, Ca. 11/07/71 Some nice guitar tonight!
Magical Power Mako
if anyone has the knowledge for removing duplicate posts, i'd be effervescently grateful.me no butterhook. i came a cropper while editing, m'lud.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=H9oUb-Oz5mM&feature=endscreen Beloved East Siders Beloved, Beloved Beloved I hope there is whiskey and perhaps some free pot. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eF6wKT4_n2g&feature=endscreen&NR=1 Or Valium, as that's legal. It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRH0jhuc1r4&feature=related
One for the Gold Star Mothers http://www.gsmmonument.org/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDDcLeXIxRA&feature=related I LOVE EACH OF YOU, ALL... I've wept again and again and again too, xo.
i love that stuff!have you heard senor coconut's cover of kraftwerk as played by a latin dance band ? el baile almange ( or something like that) it is excelllent
Grateful Dead 11/14/71 riotous music from Fort Worth, Thanks Dead,net
1978-10-17 Winterland Arena, but definitely open to suggestions! Lost all my music so trying to start somewhere.
yes, 'El Baile Alemán' is great, trebortuh. Uwe Schmidt is a delightful artist.his releases under the Atom™ and Atom Heart aliases are rather splendid and well worth a cock of your ear. a good documentary uploaded to youtube called 'Kraftwerk and the Electronic Revolution' worth a cock of your eyes. and ears.
30 Days of Dead November 15th The Music Never Stopped
"The New Miles Davis Quintet" 11/16/55 Miles, Coltrane, Red Garland, P.C. & P.J. Jones. 1. Just Squeeze Me (Just Don't Tease Me) 2. There Is No Greater Love 3. How Am I To Know? 4. S'Posin 5. The Theme 6. Stablemates RVG Remaster 24-bit 2009
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/taperrob 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
Jan Dukes de Grey
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.
Listening to all the sound boards online. anything from 68 to 71 for now