I’d Been Drinking video

Jim Gustin and Truth Jones
Mar 24, 2020

From Lessons Learned by Jim Gustin and Truth Jones

I’d Been Drinking
Jim Gustin and Truth Jones
Lessons Learned
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Rollin’ and Tumblin’

Johnny Winter – Topic
Dec 25, 2014

Rollin’ and Tumblin’ · Johnny Winter White Hot Blues
℗ 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Released on: 1997-09-05
Mastering Engineer: David Mitson
Composer, Lyricist: McKinley Morganfield

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A hero of heroes, this beautiful man.


Slim Dusty – Waltzing Matilda

Slim Dusty
Jul 15, 2018

Music video by Slim Dusty performing Waltzing Matilda Stream Slim Dusty here:


Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong
Under the shade of a coolibah tree,
He sang as he watched and waited ’til his billy boiled
You’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me
Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda
You’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me
He sang as he watched and waited ’til his billy boiled,
you’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me
Down came a jumbuck to drink at the billabong,
Up jumped the swagman and grabbed him with glee,
he sang as he shoved that jumbuck in his tucker bag,
you’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me
Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda
you’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me
he sang as he shoved that jumbuck in his tucker bag,
You’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me
Up rode the squatter, mounted on his thoroughbred,
Up rode the troopers, one, two, three,
With the jolly jumbuck you’ve got in your tucker bag?
You’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me.
Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda
You’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me
With the jolly jumbuck you’ve got in your tucker bag?
You’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, you scoundrel with me.
Up jumped the swagman and sprang into the billabong,
You’ll never catch me alive, said he,
And his ghost may be heard as you pass by that billabong,
you’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me.
Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda
You’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me
his ghost may be heard as you pass by that billabong,
You’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me.
Oh, you’ll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me.

Slim Dusty, AO MBE (born David Gordon Kirkpatrick; 13 June 1927 – 19 September 2003) was an Australian country music singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer. He was an Australian cultural icon and one of the country’s most awarded stars, with a career spanning nearly seven decades and numerous recordings. He was known to record songs in the legacy of Australia, particularly of bush life and renowned Australian bush poets Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson that represented the lifestyle. The music genre was coined the “bush ballad”, a style first made popular by Buddy Williams, the first artist to perform the genre in Australia, and also for his many trucking songs. Dusty was the first Australian to have a No. 1 international hit song, with a version of Gordon Parsons’ “A Pub with No Beer”. He received an unequalled 37 Golden Guitar and two Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) awards and was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and the Country Music Roll of Renown.

Song Waltzing Matilda (1998 Remaster)
Artist Slim Dusty
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Slim was fantabulous. Yup.


Ain’t That Just Like a Woman- Billy Boy Arnold – Brad Hallen on Bass

Norman Breton
May 4, 2016

Brad Hallen on Bass

Song Ain’t That Just Like a Woman
Artist Billy Boy Arnold

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Whet My Appetite

Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps – Topic
Nov 18, 2016

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises
Whet My Appetite
· Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps The Bottom Line ℗ 2007 Jesi-Lu Records
Released on: 2007-05-15
Music Publisher: zsoulmusic
Music Publisher: Jesilu Music
Publisher: Lew Bob Songs

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Simply wonderful.


Doin’ The Shout

John Lee Hooker Official
Jul 23, 2018

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Doin’ The Shout
· John Lee Hooker Endless Boogie ℗ 1971 UMG Recordings, Inc.
Released on: 1971-01-01
Producer, Studio Personnel
Recording Engineer: Bill Szymczyk
Producer: Ed Michel
Participant: Steve Miller
Composer Lyricist: John Lee Hooker

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Nice to Be Nice (Ain’t That Nice)

Corey Stevens – Topic
Aug 22, 2015

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Nice to Be Nice (Ain’t That Nice)
· Corey Stevens Albertville ℗ 2007 Corey Stevens
Released on: 2007-04-03
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Jump the Moon

Smokin’ Joe Kubek & Bnois King – Topic
Nov 6, 2014

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Jump the Moon
· Smokin’ Joe Kubek & Bnois King Close to the Bone ℗ 2012 Delta Groove Music, Inc.
Released on: 2012-09-18
Music Publisher: Chosen Who Publishing Auto-generated by YouTube.


I am thankful that I got to see them.


Albert Castiglia – Searching The Desert For The Blues (Official Video)

rufRuf Records
May 15, 2014


Song Searching the Desert for the Blues
Artist Albert Castiglia
Album Solid Ground
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Albert Castiglia – Loan Me A Dime – Don Odells Legends

Don Odell
May 15, 2013

Albert Castiglia & his band return to Don Odells “Legends” on 5-1-13 while on his spring 2013 New England tour promoting songs for his soon to be released new album. Albert and his band stopped by Don Odell’s Legends studio while on tour in New England. Please check out other shows by Ana Popovic, Jimmy Thackery, Joe Louis Walker, Ana Popovic and many more and by subscribing you can be automatically notified of new videos when uploaded.Audio recorded and mixed by Jayce De Santis of Soundstream Media, Northampton, MA.

So Sweet.


Wang Dang Doodle

Savoy Brown – Topic
Jul 29, 2018

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Wang Dang Doodle · Savoy Brown Street Corner Talking
℗ 1971 Decca Music Group Limited
Released on: 1971-01-01
Producer: Neil Slaven
Composer Lyricist: Willie Dixon
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Mr Rupert Neve

The announcements from Rupert Neve Designs…

Rupert Neve, GRAMMY-Winning Audio Industry Icon, Dies at 94

Wimberley, Texas, February 13, 2021 — Rupert Neve, an innovator and business owner whose analog audio equipment designs have become an essential component in music recording, live sound production and home hi-fi systems, died on February 12, 2021 in Wimberley, Texas, due to non-Covid pneumonia and heart failure. He was 94.

Mr. Rupert Neve’s impact on the audio industry can hardly be overstated. It’s no exaggeration to say that millions of people worldwide listen to music every day that was produced using equipment incorporating Rupert’s designs somewhere in the process, from the vocal recording to the final mix, if not from beginning to end.

His designs, ranging from large-format mixing consoles to compact 500 series modules, are ubiquitous, and may be found anywhere from the largest production facilities to the most basic home studios. His audio hardware designs have also been reproduced as software plug-ins, making them available to anyone with access to a computer.

Rupert and his wife, Evelyn, moved to Wimberley in late 1994 and became U.S. citizens in 2002. In 2005, they acquired premises near where they had settled in the Texas Hill Country and established Rupert Neve Designs (RND).

Born in Newton Abbott, England, in 1926, Rupert showed an enthusiasm for electronics from an early age, repairing and building radios as a boy while growing up in Argentina. At the age of 17 he volunteered to serve during World War II, joining the Royal Signals, which provides communications support to the British Army. Returning to civilian life in England, he built a mobile system to record choral groups and public events onto lacquer disks. He also supplied public address systems for events involving Princess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II, and Winston Churchill.

Rupert’s contributions to the professional sound industry were recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Technical GRAMMY Award in 1997, an Audio Engineering Society Fellowship Award in 2006, 16 TEC (Technical Excellence and Creativity) Awards for Rupert Neve Designs products, and Studio Sound magazine’s Audio Person of the Century Award, in 1999.

After working for Rediffusion, Ferguson Radio and a transformer manufacturer for a time, Rupert set up his first business, CQ Audio, manufacturing home hi-fi amplifiers and loudspeakers. In 1960, a composer in Ireland commissioned him to design and build his first audio mixing console — the piece of equipment with which he ultimately became synonymous. In 1961, Rupert and his wife established Neve Electronics.

Adopting the latest technology, Rupert designed his first transistor-based equalizer in 1964, then produced his first transistor mixing console, for Philips Records’ studios. In subsequent years, he designed and manufactured many of the iconic pieces of equipment for which he has since become celebrated, such as the Neve 80 and 50 series mixing desks. Years later, individual microphone preamp, equalizer and processing modules originally incorporated into those consoles, such as the 1073 and 1081, became highly prized for their sonic character. The relative scarcity of original modules has spawned a host of boutique manufacturers making reproduction units.

Rupert adopted digital technology in 1977, introducing the world’s first moving fader system, NECAM (NEve Computer Assisted Mixdown), and installing the first system at producer George Martin’s Air Studios in London. The Neve 81 series of mixing desks integrated digital assignable controls into an otherwise analog design.

Rupert and Evelyn sold the Neve Companies in 1975, by which time they employed 500 people worldwide with manufacturing locations in England and Scotland and sales offices across North America. Austria’s Siemens Corp. subsequently acquired the Neve brand from its new owner, later selling the company to AMS in England.

Rupert and Evelyn, now operating as ARN Consultants, established Focusrite Ltd. in 1985, producing outboard equipment and a large-format mixing console, of which just eight were made.

Part of the mission of ARN Consultants was to provide sound reinforcement and acoustics solutions in difficult environments such as churches and cathedrals. Rupert also developed techniques and equipment to enable the building of low-budget studios around the world. During the 1970s and ‘80s, he established the Cambridge Radio Course, an intensive residential course intended for Christian workers using radio to educate, inform and entertain their communities.

ARN Consultants moved on to work with Amek Systems and Controls Ltd. in Manchester, England. Rupert’s first design project was “The Equaliser,” a stereo mastering EQ produced by Amek under the Medici brand. That led to further collaboration with the manufacturer and the development of another large-format mixing console, the Amek 9098, and a line of outboard equipment derived from the analog desk designs. Rupert’s Transformer-Like Amplifier (TLA) design was integrated into several Amek mixing console lines.

Now operating from Wimberley, Texas, ARN Consultants worked on a number of projects, including Legendary Audio’s “The Masterpiece,” a modular mastering system. Rupert also became involved in the MI (musical instrument) market for the first time, designing a preamp and pickup assembly for Taylor Guitars. His first microphone designs were produced in 2011 when he partnered with sE Electronics to design the Rupert Neve Signature Series of active ribbon, condenser, and tube condenser microphones.

Rupert Neve Designs was founded in 2005. The company manufactures the 5088 analog mixing console and a range of rackmount and desktop processing, summing and other equipment, including the Portico, Portico II, and Shelford lines. In 2012 RND began producing equipment in the 500 series form factor and in 2018 Rupert released his first digital design, the RMP-D8 Dante-networked multichannel microphone preamp.

In 2011, Yamaha launched the first Rupert Neve Designs plug-ins, approved by Rupert, for its Steinberg platform. The plug-ins, emulations of the designer’s current and classic module circuits, have also been integrated into Yamaha’s CL Series and Rivage PM10 digital consoles for live sound production, another first for Rupert.

Rupert returned to his roots in 2019 with Fidelice, a new range of product from Rupert Neve Designs for the high-fidelity audio market. The line launched with a headphone amplifier, phono preamplifier and digital-to-analog converter.

Rupert is survived by his wife of nearly 70 years, Evelyn; five children, Mary, David, John, Stephen, and Ann; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

A statement from Rupert Neve Designs is available here:

A timeline and history of Rupert and his companies are available here:


Rupert Neve Designs is a US manufacturer of high-end audio equipment, and the culmination of over six decades of Mr. Neve’s legendary design work. With Rupert as their founder and mentor, RND’s team of engineers preserve the revered elements of his most prized vintage designs, while thoughtfully advancing and refining their feature sets to meet the needs of the modern recording engineer. All of the company’s recording and playback equipment is crafted to uphold the very highest standards of musical quality while providing practical, innovative solutions for the engineers, musicians, and audiophiles of today and beyond.

Company contact:
Rupert Neve Designs
PO Box 1969, Wimberley, TX 78676
Tel: (512) 847-3013
Fax: (512) 847-8869

Rupert Neve
1926 – 2021

It is with great sadness that we announce that Rupert Neve, whose name is synonymous with quality audio recording equipment worldwide, has died. He remained in great spirits to the end, enjoying his life in Wimberley, Texas, where he and his wife Evelyn have lived for 27 years. At 94, Rupert remained engaged and passionate about his work, spending most days on a perpetual series of audio electronics projects and continuing to mentor our engineering team on numerous design and development projects.

From his earliest memories, Rupert had a love for music, electronics, and problem solving. These passions sparked a brilliant design career spanning over 80 years, during which he founded several historic companies, created the most revered analog audio equipment of all time, and became the most trusted name in sound. He received countless accolades, including a Lifetime Achievement Technical GRAMMY Award in 1997, Studio Sound Magazine’s Audio Person of the Century Award in 1999, an Audio Engineering Society Fellowship Award in 2006, and 16 TEC (Technical Excellence and Creativity) Awards with Rupert Neve Designs.

“I’ve known and worked with Rupert for nearly 30 years,” said Josh Thomas, Rupert Neve Designs’ co-founder and general manager. “When Rupert, his wife Evelyn, and I sat at his kitchen table and founded Rupert Neve Designs 16 years ago, he had two goals. The first was to set a new standard in the quality of recorded sound, drawing upon his unparalleled depth of experience to create high-end solutions for the modern recording engineer, musician, and listener alike. The second was to pass on his philosophies, techniques, and methodologies to a new generation of designers to carry his life’s work and passion into the future.

“It was always assumed that the company would outlive him on this earth, and for 16 years he poured his energies into creating a team that would become the caretakers of the theories, practices, and ideologies that truly constitute a Rupert Neve design. All of us at the company are exceedingly grateful for the years of careful instruction and mentoring with which he has blessed us, and we will continue to preserve his legacy in everything we do moving forward. The world certainly sounds better because he was here.”

While Rupert’s passions for music, creativity, and insistence on exceptional quality have made an indelible mark on the fabric of the recording industry, his kindness and generosity made him a legend to us all. Through his designs and through the music created with them, his spirit will live on eternally. God bless you, Rupert.

Arrangements for a celebration of his life for family and friends will be made when it is safe to do so.

A full obituary / media brief and photographs are available here:

Goodbye, Mr. Neve and thank you for everything, Sir.


The Sound of Silence | Simon & Garfunkel (Harp Cover)

Naomi SV
Jul 23, 2020

I’ve run out of photogenic corners in my apartment. No deer here, sadly. Harping & cinematography by Naomi SV.

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God, this is so beautiful and so relaxing…


Joan Baez, Rob Stoner, Bob Dylan, Jacques Levy


Joan Baez, Rob Stoner, Bob Dylan, & Jacques Levy, Rolling Thunder rehearsal, 1975.

Joni Mitchell, David Meyers

Joni Mitchell & cinematographer David Meyers, The Rolling Thunder Revue, 1975.


Gary Moore

#OTD in 2011 – Renowned rock guitarist Gary Moore dies in a hotel room while on holiday in Spain.

#OTD in 2011 – Renowned rock guitarist Gary Moore dies in a hotel room while on holiday in Spain.

Blues guitarist, Gary Moore was born in Belfast and was a guitar prodigy who was mentored in his teens by Peter Green of Fleetwood Mac. Green gave Moore his 1959 Les Paul Standard guitar after he left Fleetwood Mac. Moore’s first band was Skid Row which featured a young Phil Lynott. Moore went on to play with Lynott and Thin Lizzy for a time before going solo, achieving limited commercial success…

His most evocative work is Parisienne Walkways which he wrote in 1979. Moore died of a heart attack in 2011. Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake and Palmer said of Moore. ‘He played the blues, but he chose that as a career. In truth, the spirit of Gary Moore is Irish. That was not the music he played professionally. But when you hear him play an Irish jig or a ballad, it would break your heart.’

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It was February 6.


A 10 year-old autistic and blind boy singing. His voice shocked everyone.

All Around
Apr 10, 2014

Christopher Duffley is a 10 Years old blind autistic kid with an amazing voice. He proves that someone who looks different doesn’t mean he has anything less. This boy is a gift for all of us. Keep singing Christopher. Let’s share Chris’ angelic voice. Please visit Christopher’s website at:



Delta Moon – Get Gone

Delta Moon
Jul 7, 2009

Delta Moon performs “Get Gone” live at the Kennedy Center.

Tom Gray – Lap steel guitar and vocal
Mark Johnson – Bottleneck slide guitar
Franher Joseph – Bass
Darren Stanley – Drums

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A beautiful performance.


mozartt story


Posted by u/regian249 hours ago

Mozart was a genius.


bullzeye19839 hours ago edited 2 hours ago

Slight correction: he listened once and started transcibing. He went back a second time in order to make corrections and adjustments.

Another interesting side note: the version we listen to today is not Mozart’s. Another transcriber put it a fourth higher and then a printer like 50 years later accidentally inserted the higher section in the version he printed…which became the version commonly accepted now.

Edit to add I am so amazed and impressed with all the information and learning. There are things I didn’t know about the subject and I just love all the knowledge and discussion that’s coming from it.

changopdx4 hours ago edited 1 hour ago

He also didn’t get in (too much) trouble for it. Every time I see this story they make it sound like he was wanted dead or alive by the Inquisition for doing it. In fact, the Pope called Mozart and his dad back to the Vatican so he could praise his genius.

They let him check his work against the actual music. He had made a couple of minor errors because he doubted himself.

Edit to add more Mozart facts because he’s so damned interesting. The play/movie were great and even the way they took liberties was pretty cool. I’ll do the scene where the Emperor commissions an opera from Mozart. The meeting did happen, except Count Orsini-Rosenberg was not a douche bag toward Mozart… he was a huge fan and helped arrange the meeting. Salieri’s March of Welcome was entirely made up but it’s hilarious that Mozart improvised the piece into the overture for his opera The Marriage of Figaro. The part about him falling down and Marie Antoinette picking him up and then him proposing to her was true.

Oh! And one more thing… remember the scene where his mother in law starts screaming at him for being selfish and she starts screeching and it cuts to the Queen of the Night’s aria on stage? The first woman to sing that role was his wife’s sister, who was a very talented soprano (so was his wife, in fact). So the scene cuts from a screeching old woman to the woman’s own daughter singing.

Second edit: thank you for the gold! One more Mozart movie fact (I’m going from memory, so this might be slightly off)… Salieri didn’t kill Mozart, but in his old age he went senile and unfortunately did self-harm claiming to have killed him. The reason we know it happened? Salieri was known as one of the best teachers of composition in Europe. One of his students was a guy you may have heard of: Ludwig von Beethoven. After Beethoven died, a letter was found in his things from a friend and fellow student of Salieri informing him that their old teacher was not in a good place mentally and that he’d tried to kill himself. :/

Jaxlee20183 hours ago

Here is the popular version – altered after Mozart

Waldron19436 hours ago

Young Composer: “Herr Mozart, I am thinking of writing a symphony. How should I get started?”

Mozart: “A symphony is a very complex musical form and you are still young. Perhaps you should start with something simpler, like a concerto.”

Young Composer: “But Herr Mozart, you were writing symphonies when you were 8 years old.”

Mozart: “Yes, but I never asked anyone how.”

LOL, that’s just so great!


Hass Hogia – The Legends Band Live Session Ft. Surj Sahota

True Desi
Dec 22, 2016

Song : Hass Hogia – The Legends Band Live Session Ft. Surj Sahota
Album : The Legends Band Live Session
Singer : Surj Sahota
Year : 2016

Hass Hogia – Lyrics

Dil Rokeya Bada Main
Dil Tokeya Bana Main
Dil Rokeya Bada Main
Dil Tokeya Bada Main
Peht Dil Da Dilan De Rahi Das Hogeya
Mehtho Haan Di Kuri De Naal Hoo
Methoo Haan Di Kuri De Naal
Hass Hogayaaa
Metho Haan Di Kuri De Naal Has Hogaya

Chira Toh Si Karda
Udeek Is Din Di
Oh Vi Ta Si Rehndi Din Unglan Teh Gindi
Jado Mile Sade Nain
Nale Ude Sukh Chaan
Teer Nazran Da Seene Vich Kus Hogeya
Mehtho Haan Di Kuri De Naal Hoo
Methoo Haan Di Kuri De Naal
Hass Hogayaaa
Metho Haan Di Kuri De Naal Has Hogaya

Parian Toh Sohna Ohda Gol Mol Mukh Vayee
Vekh Vekh Lithee Meri Umra Di Pukh Vayee
Oh Meri Pesh Na Koi Chali
Ohda Hoya Malo Mali
Age Aj Ta Bathera Seega Vach Hogaya
Mehtho Haan Di Kuri De Naal
Methoo Haan Di Kuri De Naal
Hass Hogayaaa
Metho Haan Di Kuri De Naal Has Hogaya

Gori Gori Taun De Dawal Payee Gani Si
Morni Di Chal Ohdi Tor Mastani Si
Vekh Sohna Roop Ran Hai,
Munda Hogaya Malang
Dil Ohka Phir Karna Seega Bas Hogaya
Mehtho Haan Di Kuri De Naal Hoo
Methoo Haan Di Kuri De Naal
Hass Hogayaaa

  • he swoons *


Hass Hogia

The Sahotas – Topic
Oct 9, 2019

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Hass Hogia · The Sahotas Best of The Sahotas ℗ 2018

Envy Hi-Tech Music Ltd Released on: 2018-03-01 Music Publisher: Envy Hi-Tech Music Composer: The Sahotas

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I love this song.

I love The Sahotas!


Marat/Sade (1967) + subtitles

Fidelis Scardanelli
Oct 18, 2012

subtitles: English, Portuguese (Brazilian), French, Spanish, Turkish, Greek, Italian
Turn ON subtitles with button CC on the bottom of the video.

Complete title:
The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat … Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade

Ian Richardson as Jean-Paul Marat
Patrick Magee as Marquis de Sade
Glenda Jackson as Charlotte Corday
Susan Williamson as Marat’s mistress
Clifford Rose as Asylum director

Royal Shakespeare Company

Directed by:
Peter Brook

Based on the play by:
Peter Weiss

The Marquis de Sade is locked in the Charenton mental hospital and decides to put on a play. His overseers agree as long as he follows certain conditions. He writes and directs the other mental patients in a play based on the life of the Jean-Paul Marat. As the play progresses, the inmates become more and more possessed by the violence of the play and become extremely difficult to control. Finally, all chaos breaks loose.

Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists 1969
Won Silver Ribbon Best Director — Foreign Film Peter Brook
Locarno International Film Festival 1967
Won Special Mention Peter Brook

Whether it’s based on reality or not, Marat/Sade is an ambitious idea. The Marquis de Sade (Patrick Magee), often wrote and produced plays during his incarceration. Whether he made one about Jean-Paul Marat is debatable and this is certainly not based on anything Sade wrote. Marat/Sade is actually a filmed version of a play written in the early 1960s (and fully titled The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat As Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of The Marquis de Sade) by the Royal Shakespeare Company. Ian Richardson plays the bathtub-bound Marat, and Glenda Jackson plays his assassin. The only problem, of course, is that in the world of the film, Richardson is a lunatic paranoid and Jackson is a narcoleptic depressive. This makes for some strange interpretations of history, mental illness, heroism, and politics — and where we draw the lines among all these things. In the end, Marat/Sade comes off as more of a joke than a think-piece, unfortunately. We laugh at the participants instead of pitying them. We don’t think about history and its interpretation: We think instead about what kind of royal person would willingly subject themselves to a presentation of this play. The chaos that erupts is completely expected. Better idea: Have a group of royals present a play inside a mental institution, and see how the inmates respond…

Wow, this is simply fabulous.

Saw it for the first time tonight. I need to watch it again! And then… again!


Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac ~ “Worried Dream”(Electric Blues Live 1968)

Dimitris Koutsiaftis
Nov 6, 2014

Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac without Danny Kirwan Live At Carousel Ballroom Jun 9 , 1968 San Francisco CA

The Lord God playeth and The Lord God singeth.

Danny was my friend, sad he’s not here.


A Soalin(Hey ho, nobody home) – Peter Paul and Mary

Anjan Chakraborty
Feb 25, 2015

Song A’ Soalin’ (2004 Remaster)
Artist Peter, Paul and Mary
Album A’ Soalin’
Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Warner Rhino Off Roster-Audio); PEDL, LatinAutorPerf, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor – Warner Chappell, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, and 3 Music Rights Societies

My friend jerri and I are trying to learn this on the guitar.

And it is a Christmas song!


Mountain – Mississippi Queen (Official Music Video)

Aug 27, 2020

“Mississippi Queen” by Mountain Listen to Mountain: Subscribe to the official Mountain YouTube channel:

Mississippi queen
If you know what I mean
Mississippi queen
She taught me everything

Cousins Executive Producer – Anne Alexander
Cousins Co-Executive Producers – Ana Veselic and Jessica Chermayeff
Graphics and Edit – Grier Dill
Sony Executive Producer – Ash Peters
Creative Director – Noah Schulman
Associate Producer – Audg Fenter

Song Mississippi Queen
Artist Mountain
Writers Leslie West, David Rea, Felix Pappalardi, Corky Laing

Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Legacy Recordings); UMPI, LatinAutor – UMPG, UMPG Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, LatinAutorPerf, CMRRA, ASCAP, and 13 Music Rights Societies

Oh, dear, another beautiful hero is gone.


Joni Mitchell and James Taylor

James Taylor and Joni Mitchell talk to Carole King in the control room of A&M Records Recording Studio during the recording of King’s album ‘Tapestry’ in January 1971 in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Jim McCrary/Redferns)

Joni Mitchell and James Taylor

Singer-songwriters James Taylor and Joni Mitchell provide backing vocals during the recording of Carole King’s album ‘Tapestry’ at A&M Records Recording Studio in January 1971 in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Jim McCrary/Redferns)

Joni Mitchell and James Taylor

Singer-songwriters James Taylor and Joni Mitchell provide backing vocals during the recording of Carole King’s album ‘Tapestry’ at A&M Records Recording Studio in January 1971 in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Jim McCrary/Redferns)

Joni Mitchell and James Taylor backing Carole King as she records Tapestry, January 1971.

Source: mylonesomeblues


Joan Baez & Bob Dylan

Joan Baez & Bob Dylan on the Rolling Thunder Revue, Plymouth MA 1975, by Ken Regan

Source: soundsof71

Paul and Linda McHat-ney

Paul & Linda McHat-ney

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Rory Gallagher – Walkin’ Blues (with Béla Fleck and Mark Feltham).wmv

Nov 7, 2011

Wheels Within Wheels is a blues-orientated acoustic rock album by Rory Gallagher. Featuring a range of acoustic styles including flamenco, skiffle and traditional Irish music, the album was compiled from lost recordings and outtakes by Gallagher’s brother Donal and released posthumously. A number of notable musicians appeared on the album, and the songs were recorded in various locations all over the world between 1974 and 1994.

The album cover was designed by David Oxtoby.

Track listing

All tracks written by Rory Gallagher except where stated.

“Wheels Within Wheels” — 3:32
“Flight to Paradise” (Juan Martín) — 4:30
“As the Crow Flies” — 4:12
“Lonesome Highway” — 5:20
“Bratacha Dubha” (Trad. arr. Rory Gallagher) — 2:59
“She Moved Thro’ the Fair / An Crann Ull” (Traditional) — 2:22
“Barley and Grape Rag” — 4:25
“The Cuckoo” — 3:45
“Amazing Grace” (Trad. arr. Rory Gallagher) — 1:20
“Walkin’ Blues” (Robert Johnson) — 5:34
“Blue Moon of Kentucky (Bill Monroe) — 2:54
“Deep Elem Blues” (Traditional) — 4:17
“Goin’ to My Home Town” — 4:58
“Lonesome Highway Refraining” — 2:00


Rory Gallagher — vocals, guitars, harmonica, mandolin
Juan Martín — guitar on track 2
Martin Carthy — guitar on track 5
Chris Newman — guitar on track 5
Bert Jansch — guitar on track 6
Roland Van Campenhout — guitar on track 8 & 12
Lonnie Donegan — guitar, vocals on track 13
Gerry McAvoy — bass guitar
Michael Ridout — bass guitar
Lou Martin — keyboards, piano
Rod de’Ath — drums
Paul Bevis — drums
Ted McKenna — drums
Mark Feltham — harmonica on tracks 10-11
Maire Ni Chathasaigh — harp on track 5
Béla Fleck — banjo on tracks 9-11
The Dubliners on track 7

Produced by Rory Gallagher, Donal Gallagher and Tony Arnold

Simply superb. As always…


When The Blues Catch Up With You

The Buddaheads – Topic
Aug 29, 2015

Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

When The Blues Catch Up With You · Buddaheads

Howlin’ At The Moon

℗ 2004 GROOVEYARD RECORDS Released on: 2004-01-01

Auto-generated by YouTube.




Marcia Ball – Topic
Sep 19, 2019

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

Crawfishin’ · Marcia Ball

Let Me Play With Your Poodle

℗ 1997 Rounder Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc. Released on: 1997-06-24

Associated Performer, Vocals, Piano, Producer, Recording Producer: Marcia Ball
Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: David Carroll
Associated Performer, Drums, Additional Vocals: Fran Christina
ssociated Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Additional Vocals: Steve Williams
Associated Performer, Electric Guitar, Additional Vocals, Producer, Recording Producer: Derek O’Brien
Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone, Additional Vocals: Paul Klemperer
Associated Performer, Baritone Saxophone, Producer, Recording Producer: Mark Kazanoff
Associated Performer, Baritone Saxophone: Les Izmore
Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Don Bennett
Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Sarah Campbell
Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Stuart Sullivan
Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Steve Chadie
Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Phil Klum
Composer Lyricist: Clarence Garlow
Composer Lyricist: Leon René

Auto-generated by YouTube.

Hot as a pistol!


Fleetwood Mac Peter Green – Black Magic Woman (Live Boston Tea Party) 1970

Sep 18, 2011

Fleetwood Mac Live At The Boston Tea Party 1970

Song Black Magic Woman (Live in Boston)
Artist Fleetwood Mac
Album Live in Boston, Vol. 1
Writers Peter Green
Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Snapper Music); LatinAutor – SonyATV, BMI – Broadcast Music Inc., LatinAutor – PeerMusic, LatinAutorPerf, AdRev Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, and 12 Music Rights Societies

The Best blues. Ever. God they were stunning.


King Crimson – 21st Century Schizoid Man (Live at Hyde Park 1969)

King Crimson
Dec 23, 2016

A clip of King Crimson’s legendary performance at Hyde Park, supporting the Rolling Stones, 1969.

Song 21st Century Schizoid Man
Artist Various Artists – King Crimson Tribute
Album A Tribute To King Crimson
Writers Ian McDonald, Michael Giles, Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield, Robert Fripp
Licensed to YouTube by (on behalf of Big Eye); CMRRA, LatinAutorPerf, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, UMPI, BMI – Broadcast Music Inc., LatinAutor – UMPG, LatinAutor, UMPG Publishing, and 6 Music Rights Societies

Classical and wonderful. Yup.


место | макулатура

место | макулатура › album

место by макулатура, released 14 March 2019 1. утро 2. любовь 3. все включено 4. кафедра 5. пальцы 6. мосты 7. реп 8. поддавки 9. реальность 10.

place | › album

place by waste paper, released 14 March 2019 1.morning 3.all inclusive 4.pulpit 5.toes 6.bridges 7.rep 8.given 9.reality 10.


George Harrison

George Harrison

George Harrison

Yesterday, Sara (who runs MeetTheBeatlesForReal) posted this along with these photos, and I thought it was lovely, so I’m sharing it here:

“As I am sure anyone that visits this site would know, George Harrison passed away 19 years ago today. November 29 is a sad day for fans of the Beatles around the world. George was a special man and his life touched each of us fans in remarkable ways.

George Harrison’s biggest legacy is obviously his music. If you haven’t heard the re-done version of ‘All Things Must Pass’ that is on youtube right now — stop reading this and go listen to it. It is amazing. Even 19 years after his death, George is still blessing us with his music.

However, I think there is more to George’s legacy than his music. These photos I am sharing show one of the other legacies of George and that is one of showing kindness to others. I always think this was because his mom, Louise instilled in him to treat strangers with kindness that George was so kind. Of all four of the Beatles, George is the one that opened his home most frequently, chatted with fans, and stopped to sign autographs outside of the studio. While there are a few stories that show times when George lost his temper, overall — he went above and beyond to show kindness to others. As fans we feel like we know the Beatles, but in reality, were are just strangers to them. George could have simply not answered his door, walked by the girls standing outside of EMI, and not say a word. But what did he do? He wrote a song for them! If everyone in the world was just a little bit more like George — I think we all would live in a happier place.

Thank you George — we miss you.”

– Sara, The Legacy of George Harrison[x]

Source: harrisonstories

A wonderful, beautiful man. And an influential childhood hero.


Андрей Курило


Виталий великолепный!

Translation: Vitaliy Magnificent
Vitaly is gorgeous!



Instrumental Music Playlist – Piano, Violins & Trap Beats

Relax Melodies
Jul 14, 2014

If you want more relaxing music try the Relax Melodies app: You can listen to it offline too!


1. Travis A. King – Unity
2. Utopian Sounds – This Moment
3. Travis A. King – Imaginary Lines (Instrumental)
4. Utopian Sounds – Inner Dreams
5. Utopian Sounds – Elegance
6. Utopian Sounds – Renaissance
7. Utopian Sounds – Carmen Amoris
8. Travis A. King – Laced In love
9. Travis A. King – Creation
10. Kamoto – Recollection



(1984) Ray Lynch – Deep Breakfast [Cassette Rip]

Belluci MediaJun 28, 2016

Just got introduced to this lad’s music and I find it interesting.

I’d never really listened to New Age stuff before.


Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell

Bob Dylan & Joni Mitchell, Austin, Texas, January 28, 1976 © Watt Casey.


“Dylan showed up at the Austin concert, and he was acting really weird. He showed up onstage like a crazy person. He wandered around through the amps. He made it very apparent to the audience that he was there, but he never came forward. He just got on the stage and wandered around. We didn’t sing anything together.”—Joni Mitchell, “Reckless Daughter” David Yaffe, 2017.

“In response to minutes of clapping and stomping, Joni Mitchell at last returned to the stage, bringing a friend with her: Bob Dylan. Dylan was finally cajoled into doing a duet with Mitchell, but he only tapped his foot and played guitar while she sang “Both Sides Now” alone. Next, “Girl from the North Country,” with Dylan still maintaining silence. When, more than half-way through the song, he finally opened his mouth, anticipation was running so high that even a croak would have been greeted with cheers. He was, in fact, so hoarse (presumably from his concert in Houston on Sunday) that he could do little more than croak his way through the verse.”—Lisa Tuttle, Austin American-Statesman, January 30, 1976.


Patti Smith


Patti Smith, 1976, by Lynn Goldsmith.

“I don’t consider writing a quiet, closet act: I consider it a real physical act. When I’m home writing on a typewriter, I go crazy. I move like a monkey. I’ve wet myself. I’ve come in my pants writing….Instead of shooting smack, I masturbate – fourteen times in a row…I start seeing Aztec mountains…I see weird things. I see temples, underground temples, with the doors opening, sliding door after sliding door, Pharaoh revealed – this bound-up Pharaoh with ropes of gold. That’s how I write a lot of my poetry.”

~ Patti Smith in 1971, from Patti Smith: An Unauthorized Biography, by Victor Bockris and Roberta Bayley


Love Patti.


Joni Mitchell


Joni Mitchell at the Isle of Wight, August 29, 1970, by Tony Russell


Major crush… lol


Gordon Lightfoot – Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Aug 28, 2012

Tribute to the Edmund Fitzgerald’s crew…

Classic and beautiful. It makes me tear up, it does.


Adam Lee Marcus posted a video to playlist Bluegrass Life.

February 2, 2016

“Down in the River to Pray” by the amazing Hillary Klug, Mallory Eagle and Brenna MacMillan.

So good… so much talent.

Bluegrass’ future is safe and sound.


Mountain – Mississippi Queen (Official Music Video)

Aug 27, 2020

“Mississippi Queen” by Mountain Listen to Mountain: Subscribe to the official Mountain YouTube channel:

Mississippi queen
If you know what I mean
Mississippi queen
She taught me everything

Cousins Executive Producer – Anne Alexander Cousins Co-Executive Producers – Ana Veselic and Jessica Chermayeff
Graphics and Edit – Grier Dill
Sony Executive Producer – Ash Peters
Creative Director – Noah Schulman
Associate Producer – Audg Fenter

Mississippi Queen
Artist Mountain
Writers Leslie West, David Rea, Felix Pappalardi, Corky Laing

Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Legacy Recordings); CMRRA, LatinAutorPerf, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, LatinAutor – UMPG, UMPG Publishing, ASCAP, UMPI, and 13 Music Rights Societies

I love this iconic song.

And I am privileged to have had this happen to me!



Baaba Sam fameye

Fameye is a gospel track sang in both English and Twi, a ghanaian language. Fameye Means Use Me. In this context, the singer prays to God to use her according to His will, on the basis of the Salvation she has through Jesus Christ.

  • Producer: Prince Ofosu-Mensah
  • Album: single
  • Release Date: October 19, 2020

Baaba’s latest release is great!


La Cucaracha, Canciones De La Revolucion, Mexico (B.S.O – 1959)

Jan 24, 2018

B.S.O La Cucaracha (B.S.O – Soundtrack 1959) (Full Album/Álbum Completo)

1. Cuco Sánchez – La Cucaracha
2. Dueto América – La Cautela
3. Cuco Sánchez – La Adelita
4. Dueto América – El Venadito
5. Cuco Sánchez – La Valentina
6. Cuco Sánchez – El Revolucionario
7. Cuco Sánchez – La mancornadora
8. Dueto América – Una Noche Serena y Oscura
9. Cuco Sánchez – Una Mujer Linda
10. Dueto América – La Modesta
11. Cuco Sánchez – La Chancla
12. Cuco Sánchez – El Hombre del Alazán



Bob Dylan House Of The Rising Sun

intra morph
May 10, 2017

Bob Dylan – House of the Risin’ Sun (Audio)

Bob Dylan
Mar 11, 2019

“House of the Risin’ Sun” by Bob Dylan

Listen to Bob Dylan:
Website: Streaming Services:


There is a house down in New Orleans
They call the rising sun
And it’s been the ruin of many poor girl
And me, oh God, I’m one.
My mother was a tailor
She sewed these new blue jeans
My sweetheart was a gambler, Lord
Down in New Orleans.
Now the only thing a gambler needs
Is a suitcase and a trunk
And the only time he’s satisfied
Is when he’s on a drunk.
He fills his glasses up to the brim
And he’ll pass the cards around
And the only pleasure he gets out of life
Is rambling from town to town.
Oh tell my baby sister
Not to do what I have done
But shun that house in New Orleans
They call the rising sun.
Well it’s one foot on the platform
And the other foot on the train
I’m going back to New Orleans
To wear that ball and chain.
I’m going back to New Orleans
My race is almost run
I’m going back to end my life
Down in the rising sun.
There is a house in New Orleans
They call the rising sun
It’s been the ruin of many poor girl
And me, oh God, I’m one.

These are wonderful renditions of this song, covered well before the Animals recorded their fabulous version. The song itself is over 100 years old and was also covered by The Carolina Tarheels, Leadbelly and Dave Van Ronk.
• Ramblin’ Jack Elliott joins Bob in the first video at 2:17. : )


Music Traveler

October 19 at 2:00 PM

Listen to what a saxophone with natural echo from pipeline does.

  • credits to Armin Küpper

Very cool!

HT to Willy Wiley.



Erin Coburn – Topic
Oct 29, 2017

Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

Downpour · Erin Coburn

Queen of Nothing

℗ 2017 Erin Coburn
Released on: 2017-10-30
Auto-generated by YouTube.

God, Erin is just SO good!



Slim Dusty – The Man From Snowy River

Jul 2, 2009

This is the longest song, Slim Dusty or not, that I’ve ever heard! ‘Banjo’ Paterson wrote this one, and you may recognise the movie with the same title. Yeah, it was based on this. Enjoy! 5000+ views! Thanks for listening!

R.I.P. Slim Dusty!

Love it!


Yɛhowah Sɛ Asɛda (Clean)

Mawunya – Topic
Aug 11, 2020

Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

Yɛhowah Sɛ Asɛda (Clean) · Mawunya – Yɛhowah Sɛ Asɛda

℗ Mawunya Music Released on: 2020-08-12 Music
Publisher: Copyright Control
Arranger: Shadrack Yawson
Composer: Shadrack Yawson

Auto-generated by YouTube.

This is a lively, lovely Gospel song fresh from Ghanaas newest singing sensation, Mawunya!


Let The Worries Fly

Erin Coburn Music
Jul 12, 2016

Original song and composition by Erin Coburn off of my Chaos Before Conformity Album

This young girl has 70’s soul in her heart she’s an awesome talent she’s one for the future no doubt! and she’s very funky in her sound too!
Stevie Ray Hat!!!
2,328 views and I was the first LIKE? What the heck is wrong with people?
Absolutely great original, thanks for sharing.
Blissfest 2016 .



Oh Well • KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD BAND • Bourbon Street Blues Fest 5/20/17

May 22, 2017

Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Guitar & Vocals; Noah Hunt – Vocals & Guitar; Chris Layton – Drums; Kevin McCormick – Bass.

*Filmed in HD by Joan Mallotides aka BluesBroad 5/20/17. Bourbon Street Blues Festival – The Fields @ Waterloo Allamuchy Mountain State Park – Stanhope NJ

Bloody genius.


Gary Moore

The great Gary Moore.

He passed away at 58 from a hard night of drinking. Heart Attack from alcohol overload.

He was influenced by Peter Green and Eric Clapton. He played in all kinds of genres from blues to heavy metal to jazz fusion. He left a great body of work.



Baaba Sam sings a short Acapella during an Interview at Happy Fm, Accra.

Please watch Baaba’s recent releases at

Via her manager, Prince Ofosu-Mensah


From Cincinnati, Ohio, Erin Coburn performs on the Road Trip Concert Series

Rising Star Road Trip
Premiered Jul 25, 2020

Today, on the Road Trip Concert Series, we’re in Cincinnati for a live performance from Erin Coburn Music. Erin is making music that is primarily Rock, which is heavily influenced by artists like Badflower, The Black Keys, and Cage the Elephant. Having released her debut album Chaos Before Conformity in 2015, followed by her sophomore release Queen of Nothing two years later and her third record in 2019, Out From Under. Since then, Coburn’s fanbase has grown both nationally and worldwide.Writing all her own material, Erin is an accomplished songwriter, which is beautifully showcased through her three studio LP’s. Her lyrical output focuses on the theme of not fitting in: “I am my own best friend and always have been, ever since I left public high school halfway through sophomore year to go to an online high school for gifted and talented students” Erin states. Through her music, she hopes to bring together all the “misfits” around the world. In Erin’s world “misfits” is not a negative connotation it is a crown to be worn proudly. Not only is she a talented vocalist and lyricist, but Erin also plays multiple instruments, including the electric guitar, ukulele, bass and acoustic guitar. She has multiple sponsorships and endorsement including Strandberg Guitars. Presented by Empower U Motivational Business and Personal Coaching, and WINEntwine Events Ltd.

From Cincinnati, Ohio, Erin Coburn performs on the Road Trip Concert Series

Rising Star Road Trip
Premiered Jul 25, 2020


Slim Dusty – Something in the Pilliga

Aug 24, 2009

This is a funny one by Slim. Hope you enjoy. R.I.P. Slim Dusty

Gol Dang, y’all, it’s a song about the Yowie!

Is this cool or what?

I am smiling bigly, let me tell ya!


The Moot Music Cafe was live.
August 20
The name is Erin Coburn 🙂 now let’s rock.

For tips:

NEW SONG “The MiSFIT” out now on ALL streaming services!……

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Energy Album 1969

Jan 2, 2020

Energy was based in Montreal, Canada with Gary Ship on keys and lead vocals, Corky Laing on drums and vocals, George Gardos on bass and vocals. All of the music and lyrics were written by Corky, George and Gary (except for “Desire” which was written by Gary’s older brother Neil Ship, aka Neil Sheppard, “Who Am I But You and the Sun” which had lyric contributions from Gail Collins and “It’s My Lucky Day,” which was written by J.P. Lauzon who was the guitarist with Energy for less than a year before they became a trio). This album was the culmination of Corky, George and Gary’s 6+ year creative collaboration.

The Energy album was recorded in ‘69, produced by Felix Pappalardi and Gail Collins, but was never released because upon it’s completion, Corky was recruited to play drums with Leslie West and Felix Pappalardi in the legendary band Mountain. Energy’s music was lost and nobody could find any tapes until Corky’s house was sold recently by his ex-wife. One reel-to-reel tape was discovered by his son among the hundreds of tapes and cassettes in the attic. The reel-to-reel tape was resurrected to just barely acceptable quality, but the spirit and diversity of Energy is well represented in this video.

I had never heard of this project until just a few minutes ago.

Interesting stuff within!


PETER GREEN & John Mayall Bluesbreakers 21 FULL LIVE TRACKS Compilation

Dec 27, 2016

Alphabetical order:
1. 00:00 All your love
2. 03:20 Curly
3. 08:27 Double trouble (*)
4. 14:55 Double trouble
5. 21:28 Have you ever loved a woman 67
6. 29:48 I can’t quite you 67
7. 34:29 Instrumental
8. 41:01 Out Of Reach’ (**)
9. 46:10 San-Ho-Zay
10. 49:43 San-Ho-Zay (other)
11. 57:54 So many roads
12. 1:03:50 So many roads (other)
13. 1:12:14 Someday after awhile (*)
14. 1:17:22 Stormy Monday
15. 1:25:36 Stormy Monday (other)
16. 1:34:20 Sweet little angel
17. 1:40:32Tear in my eyes
18. 1:48:11 Tears in my eyes (other)
19. 1:55:13 Telephone blues
20. 1:57:56 The stumble
21. 2:04:45
The stumble (other)

If I’m not wrong, all tracks recorded in 1967 at London clubs(Marquee, Klooks Kleek, Manor House,…), except (*)(Bromley) and (**)(1966, studio recording). Quality sound enhanced as been as possible. More details: take some hours and investigate yourself. Disclaimer to the claimers: PG fans beg you for ‘educational purposes’ for the benefit of to the rest of mankind

Superb beyond measure.

Burl Ives – The first cover of Ghost Riders In The Sky, recorded in 1949

Matthew Hubbard
Oct 6, 2010

This is the first recording of this famous song by someone other than the writer, Stan Jones working in Gene Autry’s band, who recorded it in 1948. In February 1949, Burl Ives, famous as a folk singer for years before he became an actor, recorded this. Vaughn Monroe’s big baritone and orchestra version became a number one hit a month later, but it’s great to listen to Burl sing this much simpler version, just his clear tenor voice and strumming on a single instrument, which is either a banjo or a steel stringed guitar. Years later, Ives recorded a faster and fancier version, which I don’t like nearly as much as I like this one. Over 5,000,000 views and lots of positive comments and likes. I’m very glad i put this here and gave so many people a chance to hear it. I do not own the copyright.

Song Riders In the Sky (Cowboy Legend)
Artist Burl Ives
Writers Stan Jones
Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Legacy Recordings); PEDL, Exploration Group (Music Publishing), ASCAP, LatinAutor, Memory Lane Music (Publishing), LatinAutor – Warner Chappell, Kobalt Music Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, and 6 Music Rights Societies

This, folks, is, quite simply, the best of the best.

For a faster-paced and smooth as silk version, I enjoy Marty, too!

Ghost Riders In The Sky – sung by Marty Robbins

Jan 13, 2016

(Ghost) Riders In The Sky

Artist Marty Robbins

Writer Stan Jones

Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Legacy/Columbia); Kobalt Music Publishing, PEDL, ARESA, LatinAutor – Warner Chappell, ASCAP, LatinAutor, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, and 7 Music Rights Societies

Ahhh… so nice.


Eric Gales & Larkin Poe – Baby Please Don’t Leave Me – 2019 Mediterranean KTBA Cruise

Aug 23, 2019

(Filmed By Natasha)

Eric Gales – Guitar & Vocals,
Rebecca Lovell – Guitar & Vocals,
Megan Lovell – Lapsteel Guitar,
Nick Hayes – Drums,
LaDonna Gales – Percussion,
Byron Carter – Bass

2019 Mediterranean Keeping The Blues Alive Cruise




Dec 9, 2012

Filmed in HD …. Live from Callahan’s Music Hall, Dec 7, 2012



Mar 19, 2011

MARCH 17, 2011


TAB BENOIT “Louisiana Style” & “Sac-Au-Lait Fishing” Big Blues Bender 2015

Sep 26, 2015

Big Blues Bender – Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tab Benoit – guitar & vocals;
Corey Duplechin – bass;
Terence Higgins – drums.
Special guest: Johnny Sansone – accordion.

*Filmed in HD by Joan Mallotides aka BluesBroad 9-12-15

‘Scuzi, prego, for posting three of them, eh, (lol, y’all know me by now), but, I love “Sac-Au-Lait Fishing.”