Music

 

The Carter Family – Wildwood Flower

Hippekuln
Published on Jul 30, 2007

From the Grand Ole Opry

Oh, my, a super fine family, those Carters!

 

 

SAMANTHA FISH – Bulletproof (Official Video)

Samantha Fish
Published on Jul 12, 2019

Buy or Stream Bulletproof here: found.ee/SFBulletproof SAMANTHA FISH- Bulletproof from her forthcoming album “Kill or Be Kind” out September 20, 2019

Credits: Produced by Devon Williams – www.devonwilliams.net/

Stream//Buy the new Samantha Fish now: iTunes: found.ee/SFWatchLettersiTunes Apple Music: found.ee/SFWatchLettersApple Amazon: found.ee/SFWatchLettersAmazon Spotify: found.ee/SFWatchLettersSpotify Pandora: found.ee/SFWatchLettersPandora Google Play: found.ee/SFWatchLettersGoogle Follow Samantha Fish online: facebook.com/samanthafish… twitter.com/samantha_fish instagram.com/samanthafis… Website: found.ee/SFishSite_Home

LYRICS

You got me trained to sit on a stage
Not show my rage for you
You got my love, its not enough
I need to prove it to you

What’s the difference, what’s the difference, what’s the difference in me now?
I can change, I can change, I can change oh tell me how

I’d turn this on you, I’d turn it on you, turn it on you, oh but you’re bulletproof
Turn it on you, I’d turn this on you, turn it on you, but you’re bulletproof

You got my gaze, I’m just a phase,
A shift in your point of view
Your rocks are off, you demagogue,
I’m just someone to talk to

Make me feel something real, I’d fall for your muse
Where’s the spark thru the dark for you light my fuse?
But it’s all about you

I’d turn it on you, turn it on you, I’d turn it on you, but you’re bulletproof
I’d turn it on you, turn it on you, I’d turn it on you, but you’re bulletproof
It’s all about you baby

Broken things, I kick and scream, I’d fall apart to move you
Shot down in vogue, I got the joke, you need me bulletproof

Twisted up and turned out you say I’m crazy now,
You’re bellicose, I loved you so, I’m on my way out

I’d turn it on you, turn it on you, I’d turn it on you, but you’re bulletproof
I’d turn it on you, turn it on you, I’d turn it on you, but you’re bulletproof

#SamanthaFish #Guitar #Blues

Wow, this is so different … and so weirdly wild! What a dramatic change of pace and style! Samantha Fish is a force to be reckoned with. A Tremendous Fireball of Pure Energy!

 

 

Possibly the Best Blues Performance Ever!

Larry Chapman
Published on Apr 18, 2016

Blues music began in the South by people who had every reason to have the blues.

Well… it could be… yep, could very well be… what do you think? Let me know, eh!

 

 

Crossroad Blues on Antique Parlor Guitar – Delta Blues – Edward Phillips

Edward Phillips
Published on Mar 1, 2017

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I am so glad this popped up because its a fabulous piece and this guy is excellent!

Oh, hey! Here’s another fantastic tune rendered fantastically!

 

 

Jethro Tull – Bourée (French TV, 1969 ‘La Joconde’)

Hector Oscar
Published on Oct 3, 2012

Song – Bourée (2001 Remaster)
Artist – Jethro Tull
Album – All the Best
Writers – Ian Anderson, Johann Sebastian Bach

Licensed to YouTube by – WMG (on behalf of PLG UK Catalog); BMG Rights Management, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor – PeerMusic, CMRRA, ARESA, LatinAutor, and 10 Music Rights Societies

An incredibly beautiful classical song and so masterfully rendered by one of the best bands ever and Ian Anderson, the Minstrel Magnificent!

 

 

“Cripple Creek” on the banjo, by Tracy Newman

Tracy Newman
Published on Aug 11, 2015

In 1965, I did 6 episodes of a public TV series for children called “What’s New.” I presented folk songs from all over the world, and many instruments, to the best of my ability at the time. We shot these episodes at Brooklyn College and Joan Sheppard was the director.

I have posted this before and will again because I love it, the lady is just delightful and it is one of the few renditions out there that get the dang song right!

Another is by Stringbean – that is also posted here – and it was played properly every week on Hee Haw but I can’t find that particular bit on yootoob, despite the many posts from the show on that site. Other than that the searches have been mighty bleak.

Remember — No Music, No Life – Know Music, Know Life.

 

 

Rattlesnake Shake – Peter Green with The Splinter Group

PlayMoreBlues
Published on Nov 19, 2011

This is a clip from a concert shown on German TV in 1998. Rattlesnake Shake was written by Peter Green and originally recorded in 1969 while he was with Fleetwood Mac.

Pure Joy!

The Lord singeth!

 

Doug Sahm, Leon Russell, Jerry Garcia and Friends – Thanksgiving Jam – 11/23/72

arghdos
Published on May 23, 2014

Doug Sahm, Leon Russell, Jerry Garcia and Friends Thanksgiving Jam
Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX November 23, 1972

BAND:

Doug Sahm – vocals, guitar
Leon Russell – vocals, piano
Jerry Garcia – vocals, guitar, pedal steel
Phil Lesh – bass
* Jerry Barnett – drums (Shiva’s Headband)
Mary Egan – fiddle (Greazy Wheels)
Benny Thurman – fiddle (13th Floor Elevator bassist)

* The drummer is often listed as Bill Kreutzman from the Dead, but apparently he didn’t play: “Though he was in attendance that evening, there is no verifiable evidence that Bill Kreutzmann sat in with the band. When asked a few years ago, the owner of the Armadillo seemed to recall Bill feeling sick that night.”

01 High Heel Sneakers [Tommy Tucker] 00:00
02 Wild Side Of Life [Hank Thompson] 06:21
03 Swingin’ Doors [Merle Haggard] 10:59
04 Me & Bobby McGee [Kris Kristofferson/Janis Joplin] 15:32
05 Stormy Monday [T-Bone Walker] 20:48
06 That’s All Right (Mama) [Arthur Crudup/Elvis Presley] 25:42
07 Come On In My Kitchen [Robert Johnson] 31:57
08 T For Texas [Jimmie Rodgers] 36:29
09 Mr. Tambourine Man [Bob Dylan/Byrds] 43:09
10 (Is Anybody Goin’ To) San Antone [Charley Pride] 46:43
11 Sugarfoot Rag [Hank Garland] 50:09
12 I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry [Hank Williams] 52:51
13 Jambalaya [Hank Williams] 57:54
14 Today I Started Loving You Again [Merle Haggard] 01:01:56
15 Columbus Stockade Blues [Traditional] 01:08:04
16 Honky Tonkin’ ~ Dear John [Hank Williams] 01:11:50

Set 2:

01 Orange Blossom Special [Bill Monroe] 01:15:20
02 Kentucky Waltz [Bill Monroe] 01:18:11
03 Big Boss Man [Jimmy Reed] 01:22:54
04 Searchin’ [Coasters] 01:28:56
05 Those Lonely Lonely Nights [Earl King] ~ Shake A Hand [Faye Adams] 01:35:45
06 Hey Bo Diddley [Bo Diddley] 01:40:25
07 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry [Bob Dylan] 01:50:36
08 A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall [Bob Dylan] 01:56:52
09 Wild Horses [Rolling Stones] 02:04:46
10 Slippin’ Into Christmas [Leon Russell] 02:09:28
11 Money Honey [Drifters/Elvis Presley] 02:14:05
12 Chug-A-Lug [Roger Miller] 02:19:50
13 Roll Over Beethoven [Chuck Berry] ~ Good Golly Miss Molly [Little Richard] ~ Roll Over Beethoven [Chuck Berry] 02:22:04

Simply superb.

 

 

Green & Clapton

ot to
Published on Mar 30, 2014

FLEETWOOD MAC WITH PETER GREEN AND ERIC CLAPTON

Boston 1970

Lineup

Peter Green – electric guitar
Eric Clapton – electric guitar
Danny Kirwan – electric guitar
John McVie – electric bass
Mick Fleetwood – drums
Jeremy Spencer – electric guitar

WOW!

 

Johnny Rivers “Memphis Tennessee”

NRRArchives2
Published on Dec 15, 2012

American Bandstand. July 11, 1964

Awesome.

 

 

Sam Chatmon: Make Me A Pallet On the Floor (1978)

Alan Lomax Archive
Published on Nov 16, 2011

Sam Chatmon performs “Make Me A Pallet On the Floor,” vocal and guitar. Shot by Alan Lomax, John Bishop, and Worth Long at Sam Chatmon’s home, Hollandale, Mississippi, August 1978.

For more information about the American Patchwork filmwork, Alan Lomax, and his collections, visit culturalequity.org. [02.06.05]

Wow, man, another legendary pioneer of the Blues. These are real, heartfelt blues from the “inventors” of the Blues. Men who never knew anything but The Blues and are, therefore, to be cherished and preserved as a treasure of humanity.

 

 

Joni Mitchell – Coyote (Live at Gordon Lightfoot’s Home with Bob Dylan & Roger McGuinn, 1975)

Swingin’ Pig
Published on Jun 20, 2019

All rights to this footage belong to Netflix. Watch the amazing documentary “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese” for more of this incredible and rare footage! I had the privilege of seeing “Rolling Thunder” in theaters, and it was an experience. I saw it at the Castro Theater in San Francisco, a historic theater from the 1920s. The sound system was terrible. It had two gigantic speakers in the front that made the sound bounce off every wall.

At the same time, though, I couldn’t think of a better venue. There were over a thousand people in the room, and you could feel every one of them. Some people yelled out, “Dylan!” enthusiastically, and they roared after each performance. After Joni played this number, the crowd was silent for a few moments, then, to my surprise, gave her the biggest applause I heard during the film (yes, even bigger than “Hard Rain” and “One More Cup of Coffee”).

I listened to the studio version when I got home, but in my opinion, this performance is far superior, though it leaves out most of the lyrics. I hope you enjoy this gem as much as I did!

This primo performance is superb and I don’t think you should miss it.

 

 

Albatross – Peter Green with The Splinter Group

PlayMoreBlues
Published on Dec 24, 2011

A clip from a concert first shown on a German TV channel in 1998. Nigel Watson does most of the guitar work on this piece, and makes an excellent job of it, while Peter adds the harmony. It would be interesting to know who played what on the original recording by Fleetwood Mac. Is Nigel Watson simply playing Danny Kirwan’s part?

This man … is God. Jimi thought so. B.B. King thought so. The Lord God of guitar and my hero. Enjoy the music. It soothes beasts.

 

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blockquote>Lewis Capaldi – Someone You Loved (Live from Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London)

Lewis Capaldi
Published on Jan 31, 2019

Get my debut album „Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent“ here: lewiscapaldi.lnk.to/DivinelyU… Tickets: tickets.lewiscapaldi.com

Someone You Loved – Live with strings from soundcheck @ Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London (Nov. 2018)/blockquote>
My dear friend Dani posted this on her Facebook and I can really relate to it, although, not as deeply as someone who was truly loved by someone no longer there.

I still pray for that love, even now as a decrepit old geezer.

 

 

Frank is a true hero and was unfortunately far too advanced for most people’s comprehension.

We Frank lovers stick together.

 

 

Ram Jam – Black Betty (Audio)

RamJamVEVO
Published on Jan 10, 2014

“Black Betty” by Ram Jam Listen to Ram Jam: RamJam.lnk.to/bestofYD Subscribe to Ram Jam on YouTube: RamJam.lnk.to/subscribeYD Follow Ram Jam: Facebook: RamJam.lnk.to/followFI YouTube: RamJam.lnk.to/subscribeYD Spotify: RamJam.lnk.to/followSI

Lyrics:

Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Black Betty had a child (Bam-ba-Lam)
The damn thing gone wild (Bam-ba-Lam)
She said, “I’m worryin’ outta mind” (Bam-ba-Lam)
The damn thing gone blind (Bam-ba-Lam)
I said “Oh, Black Betty” (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)

Oh, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
She really gets me high (Bam-ba-Lam)
You know that’s no lie (Bam-ba-Lam)
She’s so rock steady (Bam-ba-Lam)
And she’s always ready (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)

Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
She’s from Birmingham (Bam-ba-Lam)
Way down in Alabam’ (Bam-ba-Lam)
Well, she’s shakin’ that thing (Bam-ba-Lam)
Boy, she makes me sing (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty
Bam-ba-lam

Hey, this performance has an extended instrumental bit added in which is rather nice. 🙂

 

 

The Supernatural – Peter Green with The Splinter Group

PlayMoreBlues
Published on Aug 28, 2011

This is a clip from a concert shown on German TV in 1998. Even after all he has gone through, Peter Green still has magic in his fingers. The piece was written by Peter and first recorded while with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers in the sixties. The original recording of this groundbreaking instrumental can be found on the album “A Hard Road”. If you’re new to Peter Green, and you like what you hear on this track, I suggest you listen to all of his work with the band Fleetwood Mac, which he founded in 1967 and stayed with until 1970. During this period they played some of the best British blues and blues rock ever recorded. But Peter Green is not only a unique guitarist and an accomplished songwriter (with songs such as “Black Magic Woman” to his credit), in those days he was also an outstanding vocalist – just listen to tracks like “Stop Messin’ Round” or, in an entirely different vein, “Man Of The World”.

Dear sweet Pete.

 

 

YGH3 – Alberto Barrero – The night’s soul

parlycharker
Published on Feb 28, 2010

Actuación del guitarrista Alberto Barrero (Guareña Badajoz) el día 27 de Febrero de 2010 en la final del concurso para guitarristas Yamaha Guitar Hero (Tercera Edición) organizado por Yamaha Ibérica. Más info: www.yamahaguitarhero.com www.yamaha.es imt-musica.blogspot.com
Translation
Performance by guitarist Alberto Barrero (Guareña Badajoz) on February 27, 2010 in the final of the Yamaha Guitar Hero competition (Third Edition) organized by Yamaha Ibérica.

“Thanks Tim” by Alberto Barrero

Alberto Barrero
Published on May 28, 2014

From “The Night’s Soul” ( www.albertobarrero.bandcamp.com ). More info about me: facebook.com/alberto.barr… and facebook.com/AlbertoBarre…

This great man is most definitely one with his guitar! Alberto never fails to delight and awe.

 

 

ref750

Audio Research REF750
Monoblock Amplifier Pair

Retail Price: $55,000.00

The Reference 750 is prepared to deliver 750 watts of power into speaker loads of 4, 8 and 16 ohms. This is achieved by the use of a massive, custom-built power transformer delivering current from sixteen KT120 vacuum tubes. Thanks to extensive testing and strict selection of tubes, the amplifier requires little maintenance and obviates the need for costly and sonically deleterious automatic bias systems. Power supply regulation is also achieved by vacuum tube with a 6550WE and 6H30 driver. The bulk power supply energy storage has been increased to 1300 joules, a 30% increase over the preceding REF610T. Tube bias is controlled by two KT120 tubes, each driving a bank of eight tubes.

Power output 750 watts per channel continuous from 20Hz to 20kHz. 1kHz total harmonic distortion typically 0.5% at 750 watts, below .04% at 1 watt.
Approximate actual power available at “clipping” 850 watts (1kHz). (Note that actual power output is dependent upon both line voltage and “condition” i.e.: if power line has high distortion, maximum power will be affected adversely, although from a listening standpoint this is not very critical.)
Power bandwidth (-3dB points) 15Hz to 150kHz.
Frequency response (-3dB points at 1 watt) 1 Hz to 200 kHz.
Input sensitivity 4.6V RMS Balanced for rated output. (24 dB gain into 8 ohms.)
Input impedance 200K ohms Balanced.
Output taps 4, 8, 16 ohms.
Output regulation Approximately 0.5dB 16 ohm load to open circuit.
Overall negative feedback 13dB
Damping factor Approximately 17
Distortion
Slew rate 20 volts/microsecond
Rise time 1.5 microseconds
Hum & noise Less than 0.2mV RMS – 110dB below rated output (IHF-A weighted, input shorted, 16 ohm output).
Power supply energy storage Approximately 1300 joules.
Power requirements 105-130VAC 60Hz (260-750VAC 50Hz) 2100 watts at rated output, 2400 watts maximum, 800 watts at “idle”.
Tube complement (8) Matched pairs KT120 Power Output; (1) 6550WE Regulator; (1) 6H30 Regulator Amplifier; (1) matched pair KT120 Driver; (1) 6H30 follower.
Other
Dimensions 13.5″ (34.3 cm) W x 23″ (58.4 cm) H x 20.8″ (52.8 cm) D. Handles extend 1.5″ (3.8 cm) forward and rearward.
Weight 170 lbs. (77.2 kg) Net; 395 lbs. (180 kg) per pair shipped weight.

Well, gosh. Pretty dreamy. So far out of reach that its nearly incomprehensible. But there are a lot of rather rich folks out there and these will sell out!

Just… wow.

 

 

Leon Redbone ~ Ditty-Wah-Ditty

silezukuk
Published on Apr 22, 2010

From the album Double Time

© 1988 Warner Bros.

Leon is so wonderful…

 

 

Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya

OfficialDrJohn
Published on Nov 8, 2014

Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Elektra

Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya · Dr. John

Gris Gris

℗ 1968 Atlantic Records

Guitar, Vocals: Dr. John
Producer: Harold Battiste
Composer: Dr. John Creaux
Arranger: Harold Battiste

Auto-generated by YouTube.

Something a little bit different.

 

 

Mungo Jerry – In The Summertime ORIGINAL 1970

Mungo Jerry
Published on Aug 17, 2010

This video clip was made in 1970, and is the original Mungo Jerry line up that recorded In The Summertime, this is not to be confused with the version that has been posted by AMIMEDIA.

Song: In The Summertime

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This is so classic… it was awesome then, it’s even more awesome now!

 

 

Ram Jam – Black Betty

RamJamVEVO
Published on May 5, 2017

Official music video for “Black Betty” by Ram Jam

Listen to Ram Jam: RamJam.lnk.to/bestofYD
Subscribe to Ram Jam on YouTube: RamJam.lnk.to/subscribeYD Follow Ram Jam: Facebook: RamJam.lnk.to/followFI YouTube: RamJam.lnk.to/subscribeYD Spotify: RamJam.lnk.to/followSI

Lyrics:

Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Black Betty had a child (Bam-ba-Lam)
The damn thing gone wild (Bam-ba-Lam)
She said, “I’m worryin’ outta mind” (Bam-ba-Lam)
The damn thing gone blind (Bam-ba-Lam)
I said “Oh, Black Betty” (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)

Oh, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
She really gets me high (Bam-ba-Lam)
You know that’s no lie (Bam-ba-Lam)
She’s so rock steady (Bam-ba-Lam)
And she’s always ready (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)

Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
She’s from Birmingham (Bam-ba-Lam)
Way down in Alabam’ (Bam-ba-Lam)
Well, she’s shakin’ that thing (Bam-ba-Lam)
Boy, she makes me sing (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-Lam)
Whoa, Black Betty
Bam-ba-lam

#RamJam #BlackBetty

I love this. Oh, my, do I!

Crank it UP!

 

 

Brand New Key, pair of roller skates

alecwally23
Published on Jan 30, 2008

A 8mm film done by my sister while in high school for a class project in the 70’s with music by Melanie that I transferred to tape. Location Wichita Kansas.

Ooh, Melanie, I love you and this is a rippin’ good film, dear girly, rock on!

 

 

Reign In Blood

Reign In Blood by Slayer

… and Bob! 🙂

EMG Pickups is with Scooter Lattig and 7 others.
June 14, 2012

We knew that Mr. Ross was cool but this just took him up a notch! 😉

 

 

Charles Wallace Jacob Johnson

Miner, musician and photographer Charles Wallace Jacob Johnson playing his hands free tuba in his one man band. Monterey, California: c. 1890

 

 

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Mara Machines
June 13 at 1:21 PM

It’s alive! The first Mara 1” two track. We love helping make advancements on tape machines, we have a couple more interesting Mara Machines coming out soon, keep checking back!

This would have to be the ultimate analog audio recording device. Surpassing any and everything made in the past. This is, in fact, The Christ.

All kneel…

 

 

CANNED HEAT – Going up The Country 1969

pupovac zlatko
Published on Jan 21, 2018

Canned Heat is a blues-rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California, USA, in 1965. The group has been noted for its own interpretations of blues material as well as for efforts to promote the interest in this type of music and its original artists. It was launched by two blues enthusiasts, Alan Wilson and Bob Hite, who took the name from Tommy Johnson’s 1928 “Canned Heat Blues”, a song about an alcoholic who had desperately turned to drinking Sterno, generically called “canned heat”. (Sterno Canned Heat is a fuel made from denatured and jellied alcohol.Sterno has long been mixed with water and other liquids to produce a drink called “canned heat”, “squeeze” or “pink lady”). Arriving via helicopter at Woodstock, Canned Heat played their most famous set on the second day of the festival at sunset. The set included “Going Up the Country” which became the title track in the documentary, even though the band’s performance was not shown. The song was included in the first (triple) Woodstock album; while the second album, Woodstock 2, contained “Woodstock Boogie”. “Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child” (or simply “Motherless Child”) is a traditional Negro spiritual. The song dates back to the era of slavery in the United States when it was common practice to sell children of slaves away from their parents.Like many traditional songs, it has many variations and has been recorded widely.

Such wonderful memories of the genius-level music of my yoot.

My only regret is that I was just too young to go and see the majority of my heroes when this and others were new, who are my heroes to this day.

 

 

The Bangles – Walk Like an Egyptian (Video Version)

TheBanglesMusic
Published on Feb 7, 2013

The Bangles’ official music video for ‘In Your Room’. Click to listen to The Bangles on Spotify: smarturl.it/TheBanglesSpotify?… As featured on The Bangles: Greatest Hits. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: smarturl.it/BanglesGH?IQid=Ban… Google Play: smarturl.it/WLAEGPlay?IQid=Ban… Amazon: smarturl.it/BGHAmazon?IQid=Ban… More from The Bangles Eternal Flame: youtu.be/PSoOFn3wQV4 In Your Room: youtu.be/04HSg0YZi9E Hazy Shade Of Winter: youtu.be/TxrwImCJCqk

More great 80s videos here: smarturl.it/Ultimate80?IQid=Ba… Follow The Bangles Website: www.thebangles.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/thebangles Twitter: twitter.com/vickibangle Subscribe to The Bangles on YouTube: smarturl.it/TheBanglesSub?IQid…

Lyrics:

All the old paintings on the tombs,
They do the sand dance,
Don’t you know?

If they move too quick
They’re falling down like a domino.

All the bazaar men by the Nile,
They got the money on a bet.

Gold crocodiles they snap their teeth
On your cigarette.

Foreign types with their hookah pipes say
Walk like an Egyptian.

You need to understand just how much I adore the Bangles…

Their voices

My God…

Listening to their voices… It’s better than sex

 

 

 

Iko Iko

OfficialDrJohn
Published on Jul 21, 2017

Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Elektra

Iko Iko · Dr. John

Dr. John’s Gumbo ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

Saxophone: David Lastie
Cornet, Piano, Vocals: Dr. John
Producer, Saxophone: Harold Battiste
Producer: Jerry Wexler
Saxophone: Lee Allen
Cornet: Melvin Lastie
Saxophone: Moe Bechamin
Saxophone: Sidney George
Arranger: Dr. John
Arranger: Harold Battiste
Composer: James Crawford

Auto-generated by YouTube.

Oh so delicious!

The Dixie Cups – Iko Iko – 1965

Fudgie Mod
Published on Mar 10, 2017

This is a non-profit account and is for entertainment purposes only. No copyright infringement intended. All rights respected and acknowledged.

Lyrics:

My grandma and your grandma were
Sit-tin’ by the fire. – My grandma told
Your grandma “I’m gonna set your flag on fire.”

Talk-in’ ’bout, Hey now ! Hey now !
I-KO, I-KO, un-day
Jock-a-mo fee-no ai na-n?. – Jock-a-mo fee na-nay?

Look at my king all dressed in red
I-KO, I-KO, un-day. I betcha five dollars he’ll kill you dead
Jock-a-mo fee na-nay?

Talk-in’ ’bout, Hey now ! Hey now ! I-KO, I-KO, un-day
Jock-a-mo fee-no ai na-n?. – Jock-a-mo fee na-nay?

My flag boy and your flag boy were
Sit-tin’ by the fire. –
My flag boy told Your flag boy “I’m gonna set your flag on fire.”

Talk-in’ ’bout, Hey now ! Hey now ! I-KO, I-KO, un-day
Jock-a-mo fee-no ai na-n?. – Jock-a-mo fee na-nay?

See that guy all dressed in green ?
I-KO, I-KO, un-day. He’s not a man
He’s a lov-in’ machine
Jock-a mo fee na-nay?

Talk-in’ ’bout, Hey now ! Hey now ! I-KO, I-KO, un-day
Jock-a-mo fee-no ai na-n?. – Jock-a-mo fee na-n?

Dixie Cups – Iko Iko

onemediamusic
Published on Apr 23, 2015

After their hit with “Chapel of Love”, The Dixie Cups went on to release a number of hits including, “People Say” and “You Should Have Seen the Way he Looked at Me”, continuing their success. “Iko Iko” tells the story of a parade collision between the “tribes” of Mardi Gras Indians and the traditional confrontation. The Dixie Cups learned the song from their grandmother singing it. They reached #20 on the US Billboard charts in 1965 with their version. This performance was recorded live at Little Darlin’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Palace, in Kissimmee, Florida.

I love these girls.

 

 

Johnny Winter & Dr. John – A Right Place At The Wrong Time

TEXANOBLUES
Published on Jun 10, 2012

IN SESSION. November, 23th 1983. CHCH Studio. Canada. Musicians: Brian Russel and Jon Paris.

Two titans share the joy of performing this wonderful helping of bayou blues

 

 

Andrew Sisters – Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (V-Disc 1941)

Zemorg
Published on Jan 7, 2016

A very youthful looking Andrews Sisters performing Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy V-disc for U.S. military overseas personnel, WWII era. Circa 1941. Their casual appearance makes them look quite attractive by today’s standards. Particularly Maxene (on the right) with her hair up. Alas most of their career they had heavily permed 40’s hairstyles of the day, not unattractive by any stretch, but reminded me a bit too much of my grandmother.

Yes, yummy girlies … with spectacular talent!

Andrews Sisters Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

swinginkatz
Published on Oct 28, 2011

A clip from Buck Privates from my VHS Tapes file. I do not own the rights, but love the movie.

These girls are heroes, both to me and to all the folks from their day.

Wonderful…

 

 

Chattanooga Choo Choo – Glenn Miller

French Embrace
Published on May 11, 2013

Chattanooga Choo Choo – Glenn Miller

They just don’t have talent like this anymore…

 

 

Their Lives

Alberto Barrero
Published on Jun 14, 2019

Composed by and for animals. – Pics by Jaromir Chalabala

Terrific tones, talent and a sweet message.

 

 

97 year old stuns crowd. Sings “BLUES” at Live Concert

Blues Piano Sheets
Published on Mar 10, 2015

The incredible blues pianist William Joseph ‘Pinetop’ Perkins performs “Chicken Shack.” He was still putting on a good performance at 97 years old.

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Amazing 97 year old plays & sings at Live Concert – Pinetop Perkins blues piano youtube.com/watch?v=cHqxh…

brian mcknight
I will never forget the time met him. Anniston Alabama..he pulled up in a 1981 El Camino – got out and had that long black jacket that had Embroidering: BLUES INC. 20 minutes later we all were recording he was 10 feet from me… and if you don’t that I was intimidated, you are a dam liar. As I stated, I will never forget him – tremendous individual.

Just spectacular. The beauty knows no bounds.

 

 

Ah, Buddy.

A blues legend, for reasons that are, well, rather obvious.

It should go without saying that the comment quoted in  this post applies here, too, don’t’cha know.

Not getting any younger here, so I am now starting to really relate to this song more and more. Sigh.

Should start taking even better care of myself, before I do a Jerry…