Sunday, August 30, 2015

[6:22] Ravel - Pavane Pour une Infante Defunte (Collard)


Pavane Pour une Infante Defunte

[15:59] Torroba - Castles of Spain (Segovia)


Castles of Spain
I. Turegano (Serranilla) 1:36 II. Torija (Elegia) 2:12 III. Manzanares del Real (A la moza fermosa) 1:21 IV. Montemayor (Contemplacion) 1:36 V. Alcaniz (Festiva) 1:56 VI. Siguenza (La Infantina duerma) 1:55 VII. Alba de Tormes (Trova) 1:21 VIII. Alcazar de Segovia (Llamada) 3:02

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Albatross - Peter Green with The Splinter Group

Rachelle Garniez and Thomas Dolby: "La Vie en Rose"

Hallucinogen (Simon Posford) @ Ozora Festival 2015

The Beta Band - Dr. Baker

"Apolitical Blues" - Little Feat with Mick Taylor - Extended Version

ROLLING STONES: Highway Child (Beggars Banquet Outtake 1968)

Brian Jones - The Pipes Of Pan At Joujouka (FULL ALBUM)

Ian Stewart and the Railroaders

Rolling Stones - Paint It Black

i got you babe

Tinariwen - Live at Womad

Songhoy Blues - Soubour (live performance)

The Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch Part 1

The Bonzo Dog Band "Give Booze A Chance"

Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, Urban Spaceman

Protest Song (Digitally Remastered 1997)





Neil Innes of Bozo Dog Doo-Dah Band live with Monty Python in 1976, " I suffered for my art, now it's your turn".



Go here for some really funny English humor. I thought it was funny anyway.



https://www.facebook.com/thatisjokess/videos/414420868753358/?pnref=story

Thursday, August 20, 2015

James Burton

Richard Thompson - Season of the Witch

SANDY DENNY - At the end of the day

Scotty Stoneman - Eighth of January





This guy was reportedly Jerry Garcia's biggest influence. Forget Freddie King. I read several interviews with Jerry extolling Stoneman's brilliance. A member of the famous and very musical Stoneman family, he was called the Jimi Hendrix of the fiddle.

I get my improvisational approach from Scotty Stoneman, the fiddle player. [He’s] the guy who first set me on fire — where I just stood there and I don’t remember breathing. He was just an incredible fiddler. He was a total alcoholic wreck by the time I heard him, in his early thirties, playing with the Kentucky Colonels… They did a medium-tempo fiddle tune like ‘Eighth of January’ and it’s going along, and pretty soon Scotty starts taking these longer and longer phrases — ten bars, fourteen bars, seventeen bars — and the guys in the band are just watching him! They’re barely playing — going ding, ding, ding — while he’s burning. The place was transfixed. They played this tune for like twenty minutes, which is unheard of in bluegrass. I’d never heard anything like it. I asked him later, ‘How do you do that?’ and he said, ‘Man, I just play lonesome.’ (Jerry Garcia, c. 1985, via Blair Jackson’s Garcia: An American Life)

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

[20:16] Mozart - Piano Concerto no. 6 [Collard / Muir]


Piano Concerto no. 6
Work was originally written for piano and full orchestra. Jean-Philippe Collard (piano), and Quatuor Muir.
1st movement = 6:32, 2nd movement = 6:26, 3rd movement = 7:18.

Thumbs & Curly - Lil Liza Jane

Bill Wimberly & Thumbs Carlisle - Springfield Guitar Social (Starday 45-...

[1:58] Beatles - Something New - I'm Happy Just to Dance With You [STEREO]

More cool drumming from Ringo.

[2:44] Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers - Rockin' Around (With You)

Link Wray - Fatback

Earl Slick and Lee Rocker "Men Without Shame"

Ray Charles - Sail Away

Johnny Too Bad

Whiskeytown - Nurse With The Pills

Monday, August 10, 2015

[4:54] Bill Evans - Everybody Digs Bill Evans - What Is There to Say?


Audiophile label: JVC XRCD.

Leather Strip - Show Room Dummies

Devo - Live In Japan 5-28-79 (Part 1)

MELT-BANANA 10 short songs & DEVO cover May 15, 2005 San Francisco, Cali...





Uncontrollably LIVE

Uncontrollable Urge





Not for the faint of heart

Etta James - I'd Rather Be Blind (Live at Montreux 1975)

Beetlejuice - Day-o (Banana Boat Song)

Soggy Bottom Boys- I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow

Harry Nilsson..." One "

                                                    From the composer himself.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Peter, Paul, & Mary - Gone the Rainbow

The Byrds - Universal Mind Decoder

Lee Michaels - Do You Know What I Mean?

Stranger To Himself

[3:57] Blossom Dearie - Blossom Dearie Sings Comden and Green - Some Other Time

[3:16] June Christy - June's Got Rhythm - The Gypsy in My Soul

[12:03] Miles Davis - Filles de Kilimanjao

[16:09] John Coltrane - Live at the Village Vanguard - Chasin' the Trane

[3:12] Giovanni Nanino - Adoramus Te, Christe


Allegri: Miserere / Etc. (Cleobury / Kings College)

Monday, August 3, 2015

Creation Of Sunlight - "David" + "Colors Of Love"

[9:22] Grandmaster Flash - [Bootleg] J.P. Luijsterburg Mixes - The True Message [REMIX] (True Colors)

[7:12] Chicago - Chicago V - Dialogue, Parts 1 and 2


Taken from the 2003 box set. The piano player, Robert Lamm, is my Mom's sister's second husband's son from his first marriage...who ran away from home when he was 16 to ....rock 'n' roll! There...all my claims to fame have been miserably exhausted. We can make it happen, YEAH!!

[2:42] Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison [LIVE] - Folsom Prison Blues

[5:32] Larry Carlton - Last Nite [LIVE] - Don't Give It Up

[4:06] Jobim - Terra Brasilis - Sabia


This is a song that just won't quit haunting me. I can't seem to drink in its vision fully ....to finally render it merely nostalgic. My mind always takes me to my childhood home in Hawthorne...out on the front lawn...watering the weeds...and enjoying the cool South Bay breezes on hot summer nights. There were yuccas, too ...and a banana tree...rustling. There's a message for me in that place and time...but 54 years of living has left me bereft of its full meaning. For youz...this version features Jobim singing in English...so you can play along. Remarkable how its power suffers so little in the translating. Jobim is especial.

[3:15] Lightnin' Hopkins - Blues Hoot [Live] [DCC] - Big Car Blues


Audiophile label "DCC"

Aphrodite's Child - Aegian Sea (video)

Sunday, August 2, 2015

[6:23] Monteverdi - Selva Morale e Spirituale - Psalm 110: Confitebor tibi Domine (secondo) a 3


Andrew Parrot leading the Taverner Players & Choir.

[5:37] Supertramp - Crime of the Century - School [MFSL]


I posted this previously, but took it down when I couldn't find a good YouTube copy.

[4:45] Pink Floyd - The Final Cut

[5:09] Cream - Politician [Live] [MFSL]

[1:42] Michel Legrand - The Umbrellas of Cherbourg - Chez Dubourg


This was a bonus item not released on original LP.

[15:33] Brahms - Symphony No. 1 - 1st Movement (Mackerras)


Testing out using Google Drive to upload my mp3 files. YouTube's copyright policy seems too dicey. If the volume is too low, please tell me. Nothing I can do about it, unless there's some way to configure the cheesy little player(?). The beauty in this recording of one of my favorite symphonies is in the brass section. The plucky little Scottish Symphony Orchestra doesn't have the precision of the other top world class ensembles, but I happen to like how the engineer achieved the cacophonic effect in the horns. Nice rumbling, rambling, sloshiness. I always imagine when I listen to romantic symphonies that, back in the day, Germans especially would've been hammered when they went out to their music halls ...so manly, aggressive sounds might've been the rule. Today's players are gutless wimps, basically, which tends to give classical music a bad name in certain circles. Though, many say that this feminization of orchestras didn't happen until the last few decades. Enjoy. If anyone is interested in hearing the remaining three movements, please speak up, and I'll upload those, too.
NOTE: Discovered that player fast-forward doesn't work.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Promontory Rider, Territory ranger





This is a Robert Hunter song that Jerry only played a few times live, unfortunately. Always loved it and still do. Robert does a nice job on vocals here.

roy buchanan - wayfaring pilgrim



Before there was Jeff there was Roy. Check him out, no electronic tuners, no pedals, no tricks, just the most amazing feel. A man and his telecaster.