Grateful Dead - 7-3-1978. Looks Like Rain is playing atm
Let us rest at ease and if
you die before we do
leave us words of love and peace
to stand instead of you
Love comes first
Phil and Friends - Mt.Jam 6/3/2007 sweeeeet
ambient/trance space music.
(play it thru winamp on yer computer)
The Drone Zone
(just go to "Play", and then "URL", and paste this web address in to the dialog box...)
even though now, i work at home... and the only co-worker i have is my 2-yr old grandson...
yet, when i worked in a conventional "office" a few years ago, people would walk by and ask, "what is it that you're listening to...?"
i've always been a HUGE fan of the dead's "space" segments... so, this e-radio broadcast site is KILLER (for me anyways).
tune it in... space out.
Ladies and Gentlemen The Grateful Dead
John Butler Trio
Through the day-to-day today included a set of Beethoven. When I drive off I'll have the last part of 5/16/72 jamming w/ 5/18/72 at the ready. Tonight will feature Blanton-Webster, Gerry Mulligan, Miles, Davis/Griffin, Bill Evans, & Brother Jack McDuff. The jazz jam session probably will be abridged because my youngest has a softball game and she, no doubt, will go four for four with a stellar defensive play to save the game ... Hasta luego.
All sorts of things from Allman Brothers to the Who
all of the tapers section up until this weeks, i haven't downloaded yet
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!