Saturday, June 30, 2012
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The boss is in the house and Delavy is on fire.
Monday, June 25, 2012
College Recorded live in 1974 at The Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Songs: Messing' with the Kid Hoodoo man blues When You See the Tears from my Eyes Ten Years Ago Hoochie Coochie Man Mannish Boy The Same Thing Got my mojo working Artists: Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Bill Wyman, Pinetop Perkins, Terry Taylor, Dallas Taylor
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Friday, June 22, 2012
When I was 13yrs old..... 1. "Hear My Train A Comin'" (acoustic; live) 2. "Born Under a Bad Sign" (instrumental) 3. "Red House" 4. "Catfish Blues" 5. "Voodoo Chile Blues" 6. "Mannish Boy" 7. "Once I Had a Woman" 8. "Bleeding Heart" 9. "Jelly 292" (instrumental) 10. "Electric Church Red House" 11. "Hear My Train A Comin'" (electric; live)
Thursday, June 21, 2012
This is a gorgeous performance of "She Knows," recorded a few months before Manuel's suicide. Rick Danko and Garth Hudson accompany Richard. Now when my troubles start to get me down She's always there, you know she always can be found And never lets it weight 'til much on me She always seems to be in touch with me. You see she knows and I am drawn to her It is as though I'm a moth and she's the candle's glow. And when this whole world gets the best of me She even has the power to change my destiny I try to tell her what is on my mind And even though the words are hard to find, at times I know she knows. And when she comes to me, it is as though I'm the earth and she's new falling snow. Well, I love her for the things she knows She gives me wings with all the things she knows.
Monday, June 18, 2012
Ollie told me I'm a fool. So I walked on down the road a mile, Went to the house that brings a smile Sat upon my grandpa's knee, And what do you think he said to me? When You Awake you will remember ev'rything, You will be hangin' on a string from your... When you believe, You will relieve the only soul That you were born with to grow old and never know Ollie showed me the fork in the road. You can take to the left or go straight to the right, Use your days and save your nights, Be careful where you step, and watch wha-cha eat, Sleep with the light on and you got it beat. Ollie warned me it's a mean old world, The street don't greet ya, yes, it's true; But what am I supposed to do: Read the writing on the wall, I heard itwhen I was very small. Wash my hand in lye water, I got a date with the captains daughter. You can go and tell your brother. We sure gonna love one another, Oh! You may be right and ya might be wrong, I ain't gonna worry all day long. Snow's gonna come and the frost gonna bite, My old car froze up last night. Ain't no reason to hang your head I could wake up in the mornin' dead. Oh! And if I thought it would do any good, I'd stand on the rock where Moses stood
Sunday, June 17, 2012
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Let them confuse June 22, 2011 - Meat Puppets with "Lake Of Fire" in the Bing Lounge, presented by Dick Hannah Dealerships. 101.9 KINK.FM. Portland, OR
Thursday, June 14, 2012
BUDDY MILES From the 1970 Douglas album Devotion. John McLaughlin - guitar Larry Young - organ Billy Rich - bass Buddy Miles - drums This is the original version of a great song. You can find another good version on the Carlos Santana - Buddy Miles "Live" album.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
In my humble opinion this is on song which contains a superb drumming. Buddy Miles is one of the greatest. That beat, you can feel some kind of dryness, hard to find out there. If you dig the drums, go buy this lovely album.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
High skill guitar in high class Side one "You Know What I Mean" Jeff Beck, Max Middleton 4:05 2. "She's A Woman" John Lennon and Paul McCartney 4:31 3. "Constipated Duck" Jeff Beck 2:48 4. "Air Blower" Beck, Middleton, Phil Chen, Richard Bailey 5:09 5. "Scatterbrain" Jeff Beck, Max Middleton 5:39 Side two 1. "Cause We've Ended As Lovers" Stevie Wonder 5:52 2. "Thelonius" Stevie Wonder 3:16 3. "Freeway Jam" Max Middleton 4:58 4. "Diamond Dust" Bernie Holland 8:26
Incredible line-up, see details below the video. Recorded and mixed in 1978 at New York and Los Angeles. Mastered at Devonshire Sutios, Los Angeles. Lineup: New York on My Mind Billy Cobham - Drums Jerry Goodman - Violin Stu Goldberg - Electric piano, organ and moog Fernando Saunders - Bass Friendship Carlos Santana - First Guitar Solo John McLaughlin - Second Guitar Solo Narada Michael Walden - Drums Neil Jason - Bass Tom Coster - Organ Alyrio Lima - Percussion Armando Peraza - Congas Every Tear from Every Eye David Sanborn - Alto sax Alphonso Johnson - Taurus Bass Pedals and Bass Patrice Rushen - Piano Tony Smith - Bass Do You Hear the Voices That you Left Behind? Chick Corea - Piano, moog Stanley Clarke - Acoustic Bass Jack De Johnette - Drums Are You The One? Are You The One? Jack Bruce - Bass Tony Williams - Drums Phenomenon: Compulsion Billy Cobham - Drums My Foolish Heart John McLaughlin - Guitar All guitars by John McLaughlin, except where noted. Produced by John McLaughlin in association with Dennis MacKay. Engeneered by Dennis MacKay. All compositions by John McLaughlin, except "My Foolish Heart", by Victor Young and N. Washington. Arranged by John McLaughlin. "Do You Hear the Voices That You Left Behind" is dedicated to John Coltrane.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Sick body, sick mind, sick Lobo. song: Surf Invaders artist: LO-FI PUNKROCK the rest: Lobo ( http://wastedlobo.blogspot.com.br/ ) Surf invaders They´re space invaders But not regular invaders They reach our planet Surfing the air They´re rad dead dudes Once lived on earth With one mission they´re back Just to assure you´ll be dead (To kill you all)
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Gene Parsons tells the great story about the invention of the StringBender (or B-Bender) guitar. Includes a handy tutorial on how the mechanism actually works. Invaluable stuff. An extra feature from the DVD, "The Byrds: Under Review." Understand why Clarence White plays on the record Live at the Fillmore — February 1969 The Byrds - Close Up The Honky Tonks
Friday, June 08, 2012
You know what I am talking about, dont you? "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" written by Vince Guaraldi was a hit single in 1963 and won the Grammy Award for Best Original Jazz Composition that year. It was included in the album, Jazz Impressions Of Black Orpheus, released on April 18, 1962 by the Vince Guaraldi Trio on Fantasy Records now available on CD on the Ojc label.
I love this album. Great songs. Nightlife is the fourth studio album by Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in 1974, and produced by Ron Nevison and Phil Lynott. The album cover shows a panther-like creature in a city scene, and the panther was intended to represent Lynott. Some reissue CDs, and occasionally other sources, spell the album title as Night Life, the same as the song title. However the original album title is Nightlife. The song "Philomena" was written for Lynott's mother. "It's Only Money" was re-recorded more than 35 years later by guitarist Brian Robertson on his 2011 solo album Diamonds and Dirt 1.She Knows 2.Night Life 3.It's Only Money 4.Still In Love With You 5.Frankie Carroll 6.Showdown 7.Banshee 8.Philomena 9.Sha La La 10.Dear Heart
Thursday, June 07, 2012
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
6 years without Billy, an amazing musician. This one goes out for you, ´cause you know "...Melody, it was her second name"
Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Do I have to say something? Original Album 01 "Across the Great Divide" 02 "Rag Mama Rag" 03 "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" 04 "When You Awake" 05 "Up on Cripple Creek" 06 "Whispering Pines" 07 "Jemima Surrender" 08 "Rockin' Chair" 09 "Look Out Cleveland" 10 "Jawbone" 11 "The Unfaithful Servant" 12 "King Harvest (Has Surely Come)" Bonus Tracks From 2000 re-release 13 "Get Up Jake (outtake - stereo mix)" 14 "Rag Mama Rag (alternate vocal take - rough mix)" 15 "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (alternate mIx)" 16 "Up on Cripple Creek (alternate take)" 17 "Whispering Pines (alternate take)" 18 "Jemima Surrender (alternate take)" 19 "King Harvest (Has Surely Come) (alternate performance)"
Sorry for the German cover on the video. The original cover at the end of the post. 1.Had to Cry Today 2.Can't Find My Way Home 3.Well... All Right: 4.Presence of the Lord: 5.Sea of Joy: 6.Do What You Like Best team to be in a studio. Producer: Jimmy Miller Engineers: George Chkiantz, Keith Harwood, Andy Johns, Alan O'Duffy Mixing: Andy Johns, Jimmy Miller
Monday, June 04, 2012
Breathless, most beautiful thing I heard by this man. Sure, Ray is a master genius, but you gotta understand Richards point of view. You give your hand to me And then you say hello I can hardly speak My heart is beating so And anyone can tell You think you know me well But you don't know me Oh you don't know the one That thinks of you at night Who longs to kiss your lips And yearns to squeeze you tight No I'm just a friend That's all I've ever been You just don't know me I never knew the art of making love Though my heart aches with love for you Afraid and shy, I let my chance go by The chance that you might love me too You give your hand to me And then you say goodbye I watch you walk away Beside the lucky guy You'll never, never know The one who loves you so You just don't know me I never knew the art of making love Though my heart aches with love for you Afraid and shy, I let my chance go by The chance that you might love me too You give your hand to me And then you say goodbye I watch you walk away Beside the lucky guy Who'll never, never know The one who loves you so You just don't know me You'll never, ever know mmmm, cause you just don't know me
Maybe the greatest album of all time. Side One 1."Tears of Rage" 2."To Kingdom Come" 3."In a Station" 4."Caledonia Mission" 5."The Weight" Side Two 1."We Can Talk" 2."Long Black Veil" 3."Chest Fever" 4."Lonesome Suzie" 5."This Wheel's on Fire" 6."I Shall Be Released"
Sunday, June 03, 2012
Ritchie Blackmore: Guitar Ian Gillan: Vocals Roger Glover: Bass Jon Lord: Keyboards Ian Paice: Drums These guys above at their best
Jerry Garcia died at the age of 53 . I believe I´m on the same way.
Saturday, June 02, 2012
Friday, June 01, 2012
Special day, special guy. He played with Jeff Beck Group (Truth), was in Faces in their best years, released solo albums which became masterpieces over the times that passed, and play with the Stones since 1975, 37years of ultimate rock and roll. The songs below prove what I am saying. Happy Birthday Ron. Jeff Beck - Let Me Love You Jeff Beck -Truth (1968) 2- Let Me Love You Ron Wood , Keith Richards- The First Barbarians - 1974- "Crotch Music" Ron Wood - I Got Lost When I Found You Now Look (1975)