Wednesday, December 31, 2014

BOB DYLAN & JOHNNY CASH - Girl From The North Country

                                              In my opinion, Dylan never sounded better than on this recording.

Happy New Year everyone!!!

Bob Dylan Shelter From the Storm

Nirvana Come As You Are (unplugged) HD

Lene Lovich - New Toy (1981) [HQ]



Your Elton, Marc Bolan post made me think of Lene Lovich with Thomas Dolby. Always loved this one.

The Band - This Wheel's on Fire (The Last Waltz)

This Wheel's on Fire

Neil Young & The Sadies with Garth Hudson - This Wheel's On Fire

Levon Helm - Wide River To Cross

Rick Danko, Jonas Fjeld, Eric Andersen - Blue River

T - Rex - Get It On





Check out Elton John miming on piano. Elton is also featured in Marc Bolan's film Born To Boogie, jamming on Children Of The Revolutiion and Tutti Frutti

Steppenwolf - Born to be wild 1969

IRON BUTTERFLY - IN A GADDA DA VIDA - 1968 (ORIGINAL FULL VERSION) CD SO...

Chambers Brothers - Time Has Come Today (Rare live extended version...*l...





And here's the live 15 minute space jam rendition. I had a friend who sewed costumes for these guys way back in 1969. Bragged about having close encounters of the second kind with Wille. Ah the Glory Days.

The Chambers Brothers - Time Has Come Today

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Angry Samoans - "Time Has Come Today"

Elizabethtown - Free Bird Scene HD





 From the movie Elizabethtown Ruckus cover Freebird ! From the movie Elizabethtown. The scene is a funeral reception, the band's drummer is the deceased's nephew. Rawk on! Ruckus !

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Joni Mitchell-Help Me

Bill Withers


My favorite vocalists of all time are Marvin Gaye, Elvis, Otis Redding, Dean Martin and Bill Withers. Bill Withers is finally being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, way too late, the most underrated performer of them all. Long time Navy veteran, aircraft assembly worker, the guy exuded "honest, humble and real."

He hasn't played in decades, the above is a touching tribute he wrote for Celtic great Bill Russell. Word is Withers might play at his own induction ceremony. I hope he does.

Joni Mitchell-Trouble Man

Joni Mitchell - Carey





My favorite track from one of my favorite albums. Love Joni Mitchell. This song features the great Steven Stills on guitar and bass.

Space Jazz - Earth, My Beautiful Home - Chick Corea, L. Ron Hubbard





In my younger days, as a big Sci-Fi fan, I read a lot of L.Ron Hubbard's Space Opera pulp fiction. Ron's Scientology 'religion' is also very entertaining pulp fiction. A former girlfriend who palimonied herself into 8 million bucks joined Ron's 'cult' and was separated form a healthy fraction of her ill gotten lucre. She's not the sharpest knife in the drawer, though she did eventually wise up and split the Scientology scene.



Chick Corea needs a fucking psych evaluation.



http://www.themortonreport.com/celebrity/hollywood/the-giant-list-of-celebrities-that-departed-scientology/

Many famous musicians came through Scientology then left. Al Jarreau was involved on and off for years. Burton Cummings, leader of the Canadian rock group The Guess Who, did a drug detox program at Scientology's Narconon in Los Angeles, then got out of Scientology as he found out more about it. I met him at a party Paul McCartney gave after the "Wings Over America" tour in 1976. Arguably the best electric bass player alive, Stanley Clarke, was involved for years both when in a group with Chick Corea, and afterward, but is no longer involved. Van Morrison did quite a bit of Scientology in San Francisco via my former roommate, rock pianist Nicky Hopkins, then after leaving he came out with the album No Guru, No Method, No Teacher. Apparently, it took Van a bit longer to realize, as Elvis Presley once stated, "that son-of-a-bitchin' group. All they want is my money." (And the celebrity bragging status he would give them.) Numerous musicians came into Scientology via Corea and left, often very unhappily, such as Corea's former Return To Forever members: percussionist Airto Moreira; Moreira's wife, vocalist Flora Purim; and guitarist Al Di Meola.
Famed jazz guitarist Gabor Szabo did more than leave - he filed a $21 million lawsuit against Scientology before his death. 


Monday, December 22, 2014

Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright - Mad Dogs & Englishmen (August 1970 - Fill...

It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Alternate Take)

                                           Really cooking version ...backed up by the Band with some hot guitar playing by Robby R.

JOE COCKER -With A Little Help From My Friends- 1969 Woodstock..

Joe Cocker - Darling Be Home Soon (Mad Dogs and Englishmen)

Grateful Dead & Stephen Stills - Black Queen (4-16-1983)

Petaluma





Norman was sort of a one hit wonder, but I like his other stuff too. Ry Cooder plays excellent mandolin on this one. Petaluma is a nice town btw, the street scenes for American Graffiti were shot there, standing in for Modesto in the 50s.

The Eggplant That Ate Chicago

Norman Greenbaum - Spirit in the Sky (PSK Remastered)





"I actually played the lead guitar parts on Spirit, using a 61-62 SG Les Paul, a 68 Marshall Plexi 100w half stack and a home-made overdrive box in front of the Marshall. Regarding the 'beep beeps' as I call them, when the producer asked me to play some fills in between the verses, as a joke I said how about something spacey like this and I did the pickup switch/string bending thing. I saw him stand up in the control booth and he said "that's it! let's record that!" so we did. (There was no slide involved, just my fingers, and I used the bridge humbucker and the pickup switch). The fuzz part is Norman with a built-in overdrive circuit built into his Tele pickguard."
"I've been asked a lot over the years how I did the 'beep beep' guitar parts on Spirit, so for any guitar players out there who would like to learn how, try the following: Using a 2-pickup Gibson, set the neck pickup volume to zero, bridge pickup volume to max, with the pickup switch in the middle position (with Gibson wiring this gives you silence in the middle position). Do a string bend, picking the B & E strings together with one hit, just ahead of the beat, then use the pickup switch to kick in the bridge pickup in triplets (6 per bar) as you let the B string bend down two frets."
"I mainly used two positions on Spirit, which is in the key of A. For the low position, fret a stationary C note (8th fret) on the E string while bending the B string up to an A note for your starting-position, then pick the two strings together once while the guitar is silent and work the pickup switch as you let the A note bend downwards to a G. For the high position, do the same thing at the 15th fret holding a stationary high G note on the E string while bending down from E to D on the B string."
"I must give credit to Jimi Hendrix as my inspiration for this technique (as well as for the double-string riffs I did at the beginning of the Spirit solo tail section). I saw him perform live in a small club in Madison, Wisconsin and loved the way he used his Strat pickup switch to create staccato feedback on songs like Voodoo Child. The difference is, on a Gibson you can start from silence and create the on/off effect, which worked well with the downward string bending thing I did on Spirit."

Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth / Mr Soul





Was this a Canadian TV show ? Don't recognize the MC but he's typical of the time, introduces these nutty kids with the crazy name, really kookoo, but they're making a lot of dough'. No disrespect to Steven Stills, he did some good stuff, but Neil blows him out of the water. Mr. Soul is a much better song IMNSHO. I'm a big Neil Young fan. Y ? Hell yeah ! CSN ? Not so much ( with two cats in the yard, life used to be so hard,  blah, blah, blah... blah )

For What It's Worth - Buffalo Springfield - Live @ Monterrey 1967 (Intro...





Do believe Steven Stills was on guitar mostly on the original studio version. Neil Young was absent, David Crosby was present. Too bad.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Muppet Show - For What's it's Worth



Both pretty decent if you ask me. Nice flute, Cher.  Have a question for you. How much Neil Young guitar is on the Springfield version, thought I could tell but now I'm not so sure? How much Stills lead is on the cut?

Quintessence - 01 - Giants (by EarpJohn)

Jigsaw - Dr. West's Medicine Show & Junk Band

Sweet Smoke - The Soft Parade


kind of a neat stereophonic mix near the end.

Incarnation by Mark Ryden





Stumbled across this one. Mark Ryden was at Palomar J.C. when Robert and I were taking art classes there in the early 80s. Never really got to know him, but he was a talented standout. I remember seeing photos of a black 60's Lincoln Continental that Mark had airbrushed with his spooky cartoonish characters - it was really well done. He became quite a success, in Japan especially apparently, had some books published, has done really well. Congratulations Mark.

Michel Polnareff - Time Will Tell (1966)

Who knows where the time goes - Fairport Convention

Trees - Fool

                                               One of the very best UK folk psych bands from the early 1970's.

Brainticket - There's a Shadow Watching You

                                           They made 3 fine LP's "Cottonwoodhill", "Psychonaut", and "Celestial Ocean", in the early 70's. 

Brainticket - Places Of Light [Cottonwoodhill] 1970

                                                 Hang in there on this one...a personal fave from back in the day. The whole Cottonwoodhill LP is very worth checking out if you have thirty minutes to float downstream.

Inara George - Fools In Love

                                               Lowell's daughter. In keeping with Blue's Karen Mantler (Carla Bley's daughters) post. The seeds don't fall far.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

The Ramones 1975 live arturo's loft.





Ramones ! 1975 ! The other band as tight, as intense, as X. Maybe even more. RIP Ramones.

X - Breathless (David Letterman 1983)





Was lucky to see X in 1980 at The Skeleton Club downtown San Diego with The Blasters and Top Jimmy & The Rhythm Pigs. Without doubt X put on the most intense show. My only problem with X is that I have to crank up the ol' steerio to eleven. Every time. Not good on the old ears.

Top Jimmy and the Rhythm Pigs - Obviously Five Believers

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Rolling Stones - Under My Thumb





Live ! Wet seats in the house !

We Five- You Were On My Mind 1965

Bobby Fuller Four - I Fought The Law(1966)

Origin of " Louie Louie " - 3 versions. Wailers, Richard Berry, Little Bill

The Sonics - Psycho a Go-Go

The Sonics - Louie Louie

Louie Louie - The Kingsmen (HQ)

Sam the Sham the Pharaos - Wooly Bully

SAM THE SHAM & THE PHAROAHS - 1966 - "Lil' Red Riding Hood" - 2012 Video...

Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road

Saturday, December 13, 2014

The Residents - N-er-gee (Crisis Blues)

The Residents - Santa Dog (1972)

Motorhead - Overkill (live) Full HD

Johnny Hit and Run Pauline X Live

Foo Fighters - Medley [LIVE] at the MTV EMAS 2007 HD





Not my favorite band - they're nowhere near as good as Grohl's former band Nirvana - but they do a great live cover of God Save The Queen starting at 4:00n in.

Sex Pistols - God Save the Queen (Studio)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Born in the USA (2013)





Glad I found this, saw it last year on cable and was really impressed. Never saw Neil Young get so worked up ! Go Neil !  

Nils Lofgren - "Keith Don't Go"

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

New Radicals - You've got the music in you

  
A very big fave.

Doors - Touch Me, Mono 1968 Elektra 45 record.



As my mom is on her final jet path, I have been thinking a bit about her music. My first memory of singing with her was at the Unitarian Church, holding hands, singing We Shall Overcome. She was a big civil rights person. I remember her loving Doris Day, Que Sera Sera, Ethel Merman, Barbra Streisand. She loved the Doors from the beginning. Took me to my first concert, HemisFair 68 in San Antonio, to see a serious hard rock band whose name now escapes me. Later went to see the Dead with her in San Francisco. My mother, Adelle Roberts Sommers Fisher Manfred Rosenberg was Kiss's first agent and maintained great relations with the band for years. Took me to a commune to hear the band Spirit in Flesh in 1969 on some bus junket with Rolling Stone magazine. Later she got really into country music. Will miss her.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Bye Bye Blues - Oscar Aleman

Jimmy Rosenberg & Frank Vignola - Besame mucho

Frank Vignola & Vinny Raniolo - Woodstock Medley





Forgive me. Had to post one more Frank Vignola video. Perfect sound on this one. Oh yeah, I nominate Vignola as one of the top ten best guitarists ( along with Jimmy Rosenberg ).

Frank Vignola & Vinny Raniolo- A Little Zappa, A Little Mozart

Earl Scruggs, Ricky Skaggs, Travis Tritt, Vince Gill and Jerry Douglas -...

Frank Vignola - Sweet Georgia Brown - Wynton Marsalis Quintet Featuring ...

Frank Vignola's Hot Club - Gypsy Mania

Frank Vignola & Vinny Raniolo "Tico Tico / Apache"

Friday, November 28, 2014

Bottom eleven

I was thinking about the most overrated guitarists out there. People talk about them in hallowed terms but I personally don't get it. You may love them, you may like them, I may do the same or even despise them, who cares? I just don't think they are top shelf in my cabinet.

Understand that this is just my opinion and that these guys are still better than I will ever be. But my top, er bottom eleven:

#11 - Ron Wood - Thin tone, uninteresting playing. Decent with Faces, if unspectacular.

#10.
Ry Cooder - bit of a bore. Occasionally brilliant but rarely so.

#9
David Lindley - tough to sound good when you are playing with a whiner like Jackson Browne. Great on bazouki and zither I am sure but pretty somnambulant overall. 

#8
Eric Clapton - Great in Cream, mostly sucked when he got straight. Great singer, now he sounds like a guy playing like Eric Clapton.

#7
Robbie Robertson - can find every sour note on the fretboard.

#6
Bob Weir - used to think he was great, and he was on the cowboy songs, doesn't sound near as good once you've come down. Skills have diminished greatly with age and ...

#5
Buddy Guy - godlike with Junior, lost it somewhere along the way.

#4
David Gilmour - playing the same riff for 40 years.

#3
Warren Haynes - snore.

#2
Jeff Beck - couldn't hold Roy Buchanan's pick. Fusion period was great but music mostly lacks heart and feeling.

#1
Jimmy Page - don't get me started...



Hawkwind - Sputnik Stan

Jerry Engler And The Four Ekkos - Sputnik (Satellite Girl)

Honey and the Bees Band - Psychedelic Woman


Ghana psych

LEONARD DEMBO-MUST SEE REMIX





Zimbabwean music, South African dancers. Excellent.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Rolling Stones-Citadel (In Psychedelic Colour)



                                            Inspired by Bruce Haack & Mr Rogers. :)

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Homer Harris - Atomic Bomb Blues


Muddy on guitar, 1947.

Mr Rogers Neighborhood with Bruce Haack & Miss Nelson Part 2 of 3

Bruce Haack - Stand Up Lazarus (Electric Lucifer Book Two)

Bruce Haack - Electric to Me Turn





Motorcycle Ride + Nothing To do....ROCK !

Kenny Rogers & The First Edition - Just Dropped In

Bruce Haack - Motorcycle Ride + Nothing To Do (1968)



Featuring Miss Nelson and Bruce. Interesting.

Hearts to cry - Frumious Bandersnatch

'Baby Please Don't Go - Original' BIG JOE WILLIAMS (1935) Delta Blues Gu...

Mississippi Fred McDowell - You gotta move

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Le Sacre du Printemps - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Barenboim




          

Love Stravinsky...Barenboim and crew really kill "The Rite...." in this performance.

20th CENTURY ZOO - Bullfrog (1968) RARE PSYCH/ROCK.wmv

PHLEGETHON prelude to an odyssey (great prog heavy organ psych)





Prog Rock, sort of ELP-y and Yes-y.

PHLEGETHON - you´re no good - (heavy organ psych fuzz)





The Soulbenders changed their name to Phlegathon. They were very popular and opened for bands like The MC5 and The Byrds. Go here for the story. http://www.60sgaragebands.com/soulbenders.html

Pleasure Seekers - What a Way To Die





60's girl band from Detroit. Rockin'.

Borodin

Sammy Davis Jr.



60 years ago today Sammy lost his eye in the car accident in San Bernardino. Should have worn his mezuzah.

From Wiki: ...Davis nearly died in an automobile accident on November 19, 1954, in San Bernardino, California, as he was making a return trip from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. In 1953, he had struck up a friendship with comedian and host Eddie Cantor, who gave him a mezuzah. Instead of putting it by his door, as a traditional blessing, Davis would wear it around his neck as a good luck charm. The only time he forgot it, one night in 1954, he crashed his car on the way to a gig in California. The accident occurred at a fork in U.S. Highway 66 at Cajon Boulevard and Kendall Drive (34.2072°N 117.3855°W). Davis lost his left eye to the bullet-shaped horn button (a standard 1954-55 Cadillac feature) as a result. His friend, actor Jeff Chandler, offered one of his own eyes if it would keep Davis from total blindness. The offer was not needed.Davis wore an eye patch for at least six months following the accident. He appeared on What's My Line? wearing the patch. Later, he was fitted for a glass eye, which he wore for the rest of his life.

Rimsky-Korsakov's "Capriccio Espagnol" - Paul Paray conducts the Detroit...

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Message To Pretty




Saturday night, Leslie, Chip and I get to hear Mike Randle, Johnny Echols, Rusty, Dave, Green, the whole Love crew at the Casbah. Ya baby!

Hey Joe - Band of Joy





Robert Plant and John Bonham's pre-Led Zep band... another cover of Hey Joe, which must be the most covered song. Ever.

The Leaves- Hey Joe





LIVE not synced ! Great cover !

The SoulBenders "7&7 Is" (1968) Michigan Garage Rock

The SoulBenders "Hey Joe" (1967) Michigan Garage Rock

Jimi Hendrix ULTRA-RARE Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix - 51st Anniversary (With Lyrics)





B side of Hendrix's 'Hey Joe' single, released May 1st 1967 in the U.S..

Jimi Hendrix Stone Free & Hey Joe Tienerklanken TV show (1967)





Jimi Hendrix Experience lip-syncing on the Belguim TV ( BRT ) show Tienerklanken ( Dutch = Teen Sounds ). Stone Free is a great alternate version recorded at Pye Studios London, October 1966.  Hey Joe was released in England December 1966 and was evidently recorded at the same session, with backing vocals by English girl group The Breakaways - it sounds to me like the version on Are You Experienced. It was released in the US May 1st 1967 as a single b/w '51st Anniversary.

Ego Rock


w/Nick Gravenites

Wishing Well - Bobby Bland (Duke)

The Guitar Gods - Duane Allman & Dickey Betts ABB - "Whipping Post"

Tracy Nelson - Down So Low

"Mother Earth" by Mother Earth w/ good audio quality





Vocals by the great Tracy Nelson, featuring Michael Bloomfield on guitar.

Poster by the late, great
Greg Irons.

Grateful Dead - Smokestack Lightning (2/19/1971)

Smokestack Lightnin' - Smokestack Lightnin' (1969)



I remember seeing L.A. band Smokestack Lightning on the same bill with Flamin' Groovies and Jefferson Airplane - at Fillmore West ? -  they put on a good show.



Mad River - "A Gazelle" & "Orange Fire", 1967 Berkeley 33rpm EP, rare





Go here for the Mad River Story http://www.harbydarmusic.com/mad-river/





Avalon Ballroom November/10-12/1967, The Youngbloods/Mad River Artist Chris Johnson

Mad River - "Windchimes", 1967 Berkeley 33rpm EP, rare





From the rare Berkeley EP.  Mad River was one of the San Francisco band names often seen on Avalon and Winterland posters. I wore out my copy of their eponymous first LP.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Come on in my kitchen



Michael Bloomfield, solo acoustic. This was recorded two weeks before his unfortunate passing. He was sitting in that night with the Sir Douglas Quintet at the Catalyst club in Santa Cruz. 1/31/81. The last time I personally saw him was at the Tribal Stomp in 1978. One of my musical heroes.


Clear Light - Street Singer



Gloomy psychedelic rock from Los Angeles, 1966. Clear Light was an early term for a form of LSD placed on a gelatin wafer called windowpane, or so I am led to believe. This acid is supposedly what Steve Jobs was tripping on, 250 mg. nothing special imho but larger than the later disco doses.

The music is a rather difficult listen.

The Beacon Street Union - Mystic Mourning




Smoke - My Friend Jack

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Joe Walsh - Analog Man (Live)

                                         Saw this on the Blue Heron Blast site and noticed that Blue had not posted it here. Such a great song, I couldn't resist!

Monday, November 10, 2014

Pearls Before Swine - Space





Tom Rapp from Pearls Before Swine. Had seen the album covers but never heard them before listening to Robert's recent post. The lisp is due to a cleft palate. Good stuff, I want to find and listen to more of his work.

Friday, November 7, 2014

The Byrds - "Eight Miles High" Live at the Filmore- 9/23/70


John Lee Hooker & Canned Heat - Boogie Chillen No. 2

John Lee Hooker Boogie Chillen original 1948 version

Little Walter My Babe

Wanda Jackson - Real Cool (Cool Love)

Wanda Jackson - Hard Headed Woman

Wanda Jackson w/Jack White - "Shakin' All Over" 1/20 Letterman (TheAudio...





Wanda Jackson and Jack White tear it up.

The Guess Who - Shakin' All Over ~ Skeleton Dance




The Starfires - Linda

The Twiliters - Shakin' All Over





The Twiliters were a 60's garage band from Plattsburgh NY.

Johnny Kidd & The Pirates - Shakin' All Over





Here's the original - later covered by Chad Allen and The Expressions AKA The Guess Who.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Magic Sam ~ All Your Love and Lookin' Good



Magic Sam playing Hooker's guitar in Europe, 1969.

Lightnin' Hopkins - Rock Me Mama





The harp player is Jeff Carp. He's on Is You Ever Seen A One-eyed Woman Cry too. Excellent.

EARL HOOKER - IS YOU EVER SEEN A ONE EYED WOMAN CRY

Blue Guitar - Earl Hooker (1953)

Led Zeppelin - You Shook Me (Deluxe Edition) (2014)

Jeff Beck -You Shook Me, Blues Deluxe (take 2)





English guitarist Jeff Beck recorded "You Shook Me" with the first Jeff Beck Group line-up during the sessions for the Truth album in May 1968. Beck's hard rock arrangement has been called "bone-pounding" and was a highlight of their live performances with "dynamic interplay between Jeff's guitar and Rod's [Rod Stewart's] voice".[15] Beck utilized fuzz-box and wah-wah pedal guitar effects for his extensive fills around Stewart's vocals as well as his solo. The song concludes with guitar-amplifier feedback, which Beck described in the Truth liner notes "Last note of song is my guitar being sick — well so would you if I smashed your guts for 2:28".[16] Beck biographer Martin Power added "Jeff's solo at the end of 'You Shook Me' indeed lived up to his claim, vomiting all over Rod's shoes at the conclusion".[17]
For the recording, studio session musician John Paul Jones (who played bass on "Beck's Bolero" and the Yardbirds' "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago") contributed the organ part, which he would do later for Led Zeppelin's version.[5] Although Columbia distributed a promotional 45 rpm "demonstration record" of "You Shook Me", a single was not released to the general public. The song is included on Truth and several Jeff Beck compilations.

Muddy Waters - You Shook Me





You Shook Me started as "Blue Guitar" a slide-guitar blues instrumental recorded by Earl Hooker on May 3, 1961 for Chief Records. The instrumental was just a 'warm-up' song "loosely fashioned on earlier Hooker songs" which was recorded unbeknownst to Hooker and released in 1962 on Age Records as "Blue Guitar".



Leonard Chess, owner of Chess Records, liked the song and suggested that Muddy Waters overdub a vocal track on top of Blue Guitar. On June 27, 1962 that's exactly what Muddy did, and the record was released as You Shook Me, with lyrics credited to Willie Dixon and J.B. Lenoir.



Boyhood pals Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page first heard the song, reportedly, on a 1963 Pye Records 4-song EP.



You Shook Me was covered by The Jeff Beck Group with vocals by Rod Stewart five months prior to Led Zeppelin's well known version on their first album.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Pearls before swine - Another time

"What's Become of the Baby?"


Let me tell you 'bout phadra...

Fifty Foot Hose - Cauldron (Full Album)





Original lineup from 1967. Doesn't get much weirder than this.

Help I'm A Rock

Easy Rider


Italian style. Mangia...

THE ETHIX - Bad Trip





The first and only single released by the first band of Cork Marchesi, leader of Fifty Foot Hose. The Ethix were Marchesi's first group, an R&B band, and Bad Trip was an experimental recording they made at Marchesi's mother's house. Cork put the four band members in four different rooms and asked them to play exactly 2:36 of whatever they felt like playing. Marchesi recorded each room, mixed the tracks, and the resulting tape was released as this single.

Friday, October 31, 2014

Jeff Beck- A day in the life -(Jimmy Page was there!!)

Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton - Can't Find My Way Home

John Lennon & Frank Zappa





John and Frank performing with a shrieking woman on stage at the Fillmore East in 1971.

I don't know how you were inverted...

Harry Nilsson ~ Jump Into The Fire ~ Nilsson Schmilsson

Ronnie Lane

Badfinger 'Come And Get It' HD)

Emitt Rhodes - Long Time No See

The Doors Live at "American Bandstand" 1967 Full HD Footage





Lip synced as usual. Had not seen this one before now.

Blue Cheer - Summertime Blues 1968

13th Floor Elevators - Youre Gonna Miss Me (best quality)





American Bandstand, not sure but sounds live.

The Snobs (1964)

Jeff Beck - Little Wing 6-12-2011

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Thane Russal and Three - Your love is burning me

Hollands got talent Amira Willighagen sings opera ENGLISH SUBTITLES

2CELLOS - Purple Haze - Jimi Hendrix [LIVE VIDEO]

2CELLOS - Highway To Hell feat. Steve Vai [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

2CELLOS - Thunderstruck [OFFICIAL VIDEO]





CELLOS ROCK !!

The Trooper by Steve'n'Seagulls (LIVE)





Steve'n'Seagulls ! Great band, great band name ! Here they cover Iron Maiden's song about the Charge Of The Light Brigade in the Crimean War. Finnish guys playing a song about fighting Russians, makes sense. The only other Finnish pop musician I know of is Jorma Kaukonen. Here they cover Iron Maiden's song about the charge of the Light Brigade in the Crimean War. Purists might be put off by these guys but I really like em. American Indians might not approve either, but I even like the war bonnet. Funny but they are so tight. Especially the Jimi Hendrix of banjo players.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

The Cosmic Dead (Live 2014)

                                                      

Heavy space psych.......whipped into a frenzy.  Live at Dunajam festival.

Monday, October 27, 2014

BRINCOS - World, Devil, Body

                                                 A big fave from Spain (circa 1969)....a take off on Dante...."your hair and your face your arms and legs hanging off you...to live and to love, to be and to know...this is your body" enjoy the journey!