one of the 'albums' on my ipod is a collection of about 1,000 dead songs from about 50-60 various different concerts from various genres. I keep that on shuffle and get to hear new shows all the time....
I like to put albums on my Mp3 player so here is this weeks......
Slayer-Seasons in the Abyss
NIN-The Downward Spiral
The Residents-Duck Stab
The Stooges-Unreleased No Fun
The Flaming Lips-At War with the Mystics
I've been all about Jerry Garcia 5/5/82 Oregon State Prison lately, especially Ruben and Cherise.
I've also been listening to Greg Brown's The Live One a lot. "Canned Goods" is epic folk poetry at it's best.
My Morning Jacket's set at Bonnaroo 2004 gets a play on a weekly basis. "Phone Went West" and "Steam Curtain" are crazy good. I remember the storm coming in as the band began Steam. Completely insane.
Yo Soy Boricua!
mindbender: freaky! I'm listening to 9/10/91 right now.
I'm just a, well...porpoise.
a brent mix
every gd studio album
every beatles album
every pink floyd album
luther wright & the wrongs - rebuild the wall
My feeble, get-rich-quick attempts:
ozark mountain daredevils - "it'll shine when it shines"
yes - "going for gothenberg" 11/12/77 gothenberg swed
lynyrd skynyrd - 7/3/76 winterland
traffic - 4/30/70 paris theatre, london uk
Currently up in the rotation is Phil and Friends at the Riv in Chicago, 10-21-00, Just a Little Light.
Latest thing to knock me out is The Great 1955 Shrine Concert with some pretty amazing live gospel music.
"I tremble for my nation when I reflect that God is just, and that His justice cannot sleep forever." Thomas Jefferson
Put the new ABB archival on my I-pod - 8/17/71 Boston Common, great playing from Duane and Dickey, well-worth having
new on my ipod recently: Bonerama's new CD - they're a brass band from New Orleans who are so wonderfully funky, 4 'bones, a sousaphone, guitar and drums. Sounds weird but oh so work. check out http://www.bonerama.net (heh. don't go to the .com unless you're interested in, um, another sort of bone).
Roger Waters from MSG 5/30/07
latest GD on there would be 4/6/82 Spectrum. one of my all time ever attended faves.
John Hartford moved into the house next door to me when he moved out to California in 1968. He was a very talented guy.
As to what's new on the IPod: some music from a couple of groups that I got turned onto at SpringFest this year, Crooked Still and Ollabelle. And the most recent GD is the great 1976 New Year's show at the Cow Palace, my first and still favorite New Years show.