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

Source: soundsof71


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.


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.


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.


Joni Mitchell


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


Major crush… lol


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!



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!



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 .



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


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!


Chris Shards – Marble Falls

Epidemic Rock
May 11, 2020

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Song Marble Falls Artist Chris Shards

Licensed to YouTube by Epidemic Sound (on behalf of Epidemic Sound); Epidemic Sound Publishing

This is the song from the Dixie Cryptid podcast posted just before this.

This is wonderful music!

Props to Cam for his kindred taste in music!



Frank Zappa – Pygmy Twylyte/The Idiot Bastard Son/Dickie’s Such An Asshole (Live at The Roxy 1973)

Pierre Borduas
Jan 20, 2019

Released as part of the 1974 live LP Roxy & Elsewhere, “Pygmy Twylyte” was a regular feature during Frank Zappa’s 1973-1974 tour but never reappeared afterwards. The “original” version is a short (two minutes), fast-paced song with a twisted melody exploiting all of singer Napoleon Murphy Brock’s wide range. Lyrics make absolutely no sense: “Green hocker croakin’/In the Pygmy Twylyte/Crankin’ an’ a-coke’n/In the Winchell’s do-nut Midnite.” It roughly looks like a leftover leaf from Zappa’s “life on the road” songbook or maybe a drug-addict spoof similar to “It Just Might Be a One-Shot Deal.” In any case, the lyrics are mostly irrelevant to the song — their role was to make Brock’s life as difficult as possible.

The Roxy version was recorded early in the tour and extensively overdubbed in the studio later. The performance included on You Can’t Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 2, from a late-1974 show, is all the more significant. Lasting almost nine minutes, it is taken at a considerably slower tempo, in an altogether different key with more mutated vocals. More importantly, it features a whole new chunk of music as it indulges in a strange progressive disco vamp — and a guitar solo of course. The two available recordings could almost be seen as entirely different pieces if it were not for their shared set of lyrics. The fact that Zappa never performed the piece after 1974 turned “Pygmy Twylyte” into an obscure title.

I love this. You’ll never know how much I love this and the whole album and concert. Even though I didn’t get to go. This was a MAJOR influence on the teenage Ig.



Guido KämmerlingtoFrank Zappa

April 22, 2014 at 9:55 AM

This is a private foto we shot on Zappa’s concert on the “Loreley” in germany, autumn 1984.

A beautiful photograph of our hero.



Grand Funk Railroad – I’m Your Captain – Shea Stadium 1971

T.J. Ash
May 29, 2015

Grand Funk Railroad – I’m Your Captain (Live 1971) This video was shown at Shea Stadium the entire last year before Shea closed. This July 9th 1971 concert still holds the ticket sales record, breaking the record set by The Beatles.

So beautiful! Classic!



The Band – Up On Cripple Creek

Jul 18, 2015

Rehearsing up at Woodstock

The video is cut off, but that’s ok… it’s just so classic a tune and legendary a band that I can forgive them.



Frank Zappa – Inca Roads (A Token Of His Extreme)

Eagle Rock
Aug 6, 2013… DVD:

EAGLE ROCK ENTERTAINMENT and the Zappa Family Trust are pleased to announce the first official release of A TOKEN OF HIS EXTREME, an original program created by FRANK ZAPPA for TV.
Recorded on August 27, 1974 at KCET in Hollywood, A TOKEN OF HIS EXTREME features Frank Zappa with five incredibly talented band members for this extravaganza of live music.
The line-up exists of Frank Zappa—guitar, percussion, vocals; George Duke—keyboards, finger cymbals, tambourine, vocals; Napoleon Murphy Brock—sax, vocals; Ruth Underwood—percussion; Tom Fowler—bass; Chester Thompson—drums.
The Program, as edited and thoroughly tweezed & produced by FZ for Honker Home Video includes these delights: The Dog Breath Variations/ Uncle Meat, Montana, Earl Of Duke (George Duke), Florentine Pogen, Stink-Foot, Pygmy Twylyte, Room Service, Inca Roads, Oh No, Son Of Orange County, More Trouble Every Day, A Token Of My Extreme.
Stereo Mixes Produced by Frank Zappa with Kerry McNabb at Paramount Studios, 1974. Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering, 2009
FZ: “This was put together with my own money and my own time and it’s been offered to television networks and to syndication and it has been steadfastly rejected by the American television industry. It has been shown in primetime in France and Switzerland, with marvelous results. It’s probably one of the finest pieces of video work that any human being has ever done. I did it myself. And the animation that you’re gonna see in this was done by a guy named Bruce Bickford, and I hope he is watching the show, because it’s probably the first time that a lot of people in America got a chance to see it.”- FZ appearing on the Mike Douglas Show, 1976
Because ‘Token’ has never been commercially released until now, it is one of the most sought after Frank Zappa programs.

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Frank Zappa’s UFO song with ancient civilizations, too… Frank was a wonderfully deep individual.

And… there’s Ruth! Such intensity of talent!



FRANK ZAPPA – The Illinois Enema Bandit

Feb 22, 2016

NOTE: The uploading of this video is not for profit. I own no rights on this album/song.

In deep respect to the artists, i want to share some pearls you won´t hear on the radio everyday…:) …if you like it, buy the fucking album !

From the live double album, Zappa in New York, originally released in 1977 on DiscReet Records.
This one is from the CD, released in 1995 on Rykodisc.

Frank Zappa – Lead Guitar, Vocals
Ray White – Lead Vocal, Rhythm Guitar
Eddie Jobson – Keyboards, Violin, Vocals
Patrick O’Hearn – Bass, Vocals
Terry Bozzio – Drums, Vocals
Ruth Underwood – Percussion, Synthesizer, and various humanly impossible Overdubs
Don Pardo – Sophisticated Narration
David Samuels – Timpani, Vibes
Randy Brecker – Trumpet
Mike Brecker – Tenor Sax, Flute
Lou Marini – Alto Sax, Flute
Ronnie Cuber – Baritone sax, Clarinet
Tom Malone – Trombone, Trumpet, Piccolo

The Illinois Enema Bandit
I heard he`s on the loose
I heard he`s on the loose
Lord, the pitiful screams
Of all them college-educated women…
Boy, he`d just be tyin` `em up
( They`d be all bound down! )
Just be pumpin` every one of `em up with all the bag fulla
The Illinois Enema Bandit Juice
He just be pumpin` every one of `em up with all the bag fulla
The Illinois Enema Bandit Juice

( repeat )

The Illinois Enema Bandit
I heard it on the news
I heard it on the news
Bloomington Illinois…he has caused some alarm
Just sneakin` around there
From farm to farm
Got a rubberized bag
And a hose on his arm
Lookin` for some rustic co-ed rump
That he just might wanna pump

( repeat )

The Illinois Enema Bandit
Some day he`ll have to pay
Some day he`ll have to pay
The police will say “You`re under arrest!”
And the judge would have him for a special guest
The D.A. will order a secret test
And stuff his pudgy little thumbs in the side of his vest
Then they`ll put out a call for the jury folks
And the judge would say “no poo-poo jokes!”
Then they`ll drag in the bandit for all to see,
Sayin`”Don`t nobody have no sympathy…
And the Bandit might say, “Why is everybody always
pickin` on me?”

One girl shout: “Let the Bandit be!”

Another girl shout: “Let the fiend go free!”

The Bandit say: “It must be just what they all needs…”
etc. repeat

So, so deliciously good!

Just beyond masterful.



courtney love

This must have been an amazing concert…

Hole – Big Day Out 1999 – FULL CONCERT

Facundo Quijada
Jul 5, 2013

Hole live at the 1999 Big Day Out Festival in Sydney, Australia.
1. Violet/Pale Blue Eyes [01:13]
2. Awful [06:11]
3. Pretty on the Inside [10:16]
4. Heaven Tonight [11:43]
5. Malibu [15:53]
6. Miss World [22:25]
7. Bittersweet (Hoodoo Gurus cover) [27:03]
8. Doll Parts [31:34]
9. Boys on the Radio [35:42]
10. She Walks on Me/Biggest Scar [42:44]
11. Northern Star [49:10]
12. Paradise City (Guns N’ Roses cover) [55:32]
13. Celebrity Skin [1:01:11]

Courtney Love – vocals, rhythm guitar
Eric Erlandson – lead guitar
Melissa Auf der Maur – bass, backing vocals
Samantha Maloney – drums


Courtney Love – Hole live at Big Day Out 1/9



Aug 4, 2011



Ahhh, Courtney…

Damn YouTube censors.

It’s OK to show us bombing babies, but, bewbeez are bad? Thats insane.



– Caught In The Undertow [Music Video]

Black Smoke Trigger
Oct 14, 2019

Music video for ‘Caught In The Undertow’ by Black Smoke Trigger from the EP ‘Set It Off’.

Listen & get your copy at
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Directed by: Anthony Plant
Cinematography by: Mark Lapwood ACS
Music Produced by: Michael Wagener Music
Recorded at: Wireworld Studio, Nashville, USA

Black Smoke Trigger is:

Baldrick – Vocals
Charlie Wallace – Guitar
Dan Fulton – Bass
Josh Te Maro – Drums

This video for ‘Caught In The Undertow’ was filmed at Muriwai beach in Auckland, New Zealand and at a helicopter crash testing facility in a 3.6M deep pool. The band trained for cold exposure, to hold their breath for minutes at a time and learned to scuba dive to pull this shoot off. Weight belts pulled them down to the bottom while a scuba diver held out a regulator for them to breathe. Once at the bottom, the band would take in a few deep breaths, the diver would swim away and the camera started to roll…

Ooh, I love this. Black Smoke Trigger is the band of my guitar teacher and they are the most dedicated guys in the world. Their musical chops are the best of the best and their new EP just out called ‘Set It Off’ has made it onto the Billboard charts! Get your copies, eh!



Jefferson Airplane – Volunteers – 2/4/1970 – Wally Heider Studios (Official)

JeffersonAirplane on MV
Sep 26, 2014

Jefferson Airplane – Volunteers Recorded Live: 2/4/1970 – Wally Heider Studios – San Francisco, CA More Jefferson Airplane at Music Vault: Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube:

From the days when times were better…



Jefferson Starship – White Rabbit – 11/8/1975 – Winterland (Official)

JeffersonAirplane on MV
Sep 26, 2014

Jefferson Starship – White Rabbit Recorded Live: 11/8/1975 – Winterland – San Francisco, CA

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Grace Slick – vocals
Paul Kantner – vocals, guitar
Marty Balin – vocals, percussion
David Frieberg – keyboards, bass, vocals
Craig Chaquico – lead guitar
Pete Sears – bass, piano
Johnny Barbata – drums, vocals (on track #4)

Recorded after the monumentally successful Red Octopus album release, but prior to 1976’s Spitfire album, this Jefferson Starship concert captures the band performing a diverse set before a hometown audience. With singer Marty Balin back in the fold, the group again contained the three primary vocalists from the Jefferson Airplane, now supported by vocalist, keyboardist, part-time bassist, and ex-Quicksilver Messenger Service member David Frieberg; the young guitar prodigy Craig Chaquico; and the superb rhythm section of bassist/pianist Pete Sears and drummer Johnny Barbata. The group was riding high on the multi-platinum Red Octopus album and was arguably at a new peak of popularity.

This set is not only represented by material from the early Jefferson Starship albums and a couple of Jefferson Airplane classics, but interestingly features live performances of material from Grace Slick’s first solo album plus two of the best tracks Marty Balin recorded with his post-Jefferson Airplane project, Bodacious D F.

The recording begins in progress, with the group wrapping up Vic Smith’s “Drivin’ Me Crazy,” the most infectious track from the obscure Bodacious D F album. This sweeping, heart-breaking song about longing for lost love serves as a perfect vehicle for Balin’s romantically emotive vocals. An extended version of the Jerry Gallup/Craig Chaquico composition, “That’s For Sure” follows, clocking in at nearly twice the length of the studio recording featured on the 1974 Jefferson Starship album, Dragonfly. With barrelhouse piano support from Sears, Grace Slick next takes over with a very bawdy take on “Better Lying Down,” a track from her first solo album, Manhole.

In a rare instance of drummer Johnny Barbata fronting the band, they next deliver “Big City,” the song he co-wrote with ex-Canned Heat guitarist Joel Scott Hill and original Flying Burrito Brothers bassist Chris Etheridge. Here Barbata handles lead vocals on a song soon to be recorded for the group’s next album, Spitfire. Returning to Dragonfly material, David Frieberg next fronts the band on “Come To Life,” a song containing words by the Grateful Dead’s lyricist extraordinaire, Robert Hunter.

A second taste of the rare Bodacious D F material is next with “The Witcher.” Beginning introspectively, this becomes an explosive R&B workout featuring Balin’s lustfully unhinged vocals. Dipping back even further, the group next tackles one of Kantner’s early sci-fi classics, “Have You Seen The Saucers.” Sandwiched in the middle of this Jefferson Airplane number is an extended and pummeling bass solo courtesy of Pete Sears. This leads up to a raucous take of “White Rabbit,” one of Grace Slick’s signature songs. The recording concludes with the first taste of Red Octopus material. Craig Chaquico’s “Sweeter Than Honey” clearly shows the band heading in a straightforward rock direction, which would capture the attention of a new legion of fans, while alienating older fans that preferred more thought provoking lyrics and the more experimental sound of the Airplane. This leads into a drum solo by Johnny Barbata, prior to the tape stock running out.

With all three Airplane vocalists again on board and a wealth of diverse material in the group’s touring repertoire, the Jefferson Starship was arguably nearing its peak around this time. With personnel as well as musical changes again in store as the 1970s wore on, the group would rarely be this engaging again and this recording, although not without it’s flaws, represents the Jefferson Starship nearing the end of their golden era.

A bit different…



Long John Baldry – “Don’t Try To Lay No Boogie-Woogie On The King of Rock & Roll”

Jul 23, 2013

From Baldry’s 1971 album, “It Ain’t Easy.”

So crazily classic and oh so good.



Grand Funk Railroad – I’m Your Captain/Closer To Home

Mar 20, 2008

Grand Funk Railroad’s song I’m Your Captain / Closer To Home. Enjoy!

Still so beautiful!



Captain Beefheart and Frank Zappa -Lost in a Whirlpool

Saint Alfonzo
Oct 6, 2013

Recorded in 1958 with Frank Zappa on lead guitar, Bobby Zappa on rhythm guitar and of course The Captain on vocals.

A rare treasure for you all to dig.

capn n frank




HEINO & RAMMSTEIN – LA PALOMA, live @ Velodrom, Berlin, 10-JAN-2015

Jan 10, 2015

Shown during the show “Das große Fest der Besten”, moderated by Florian Silbereisen, and broadcasted live by ARD (German TV Station) on 10. Jänner/January 2015. … Btw. some comments write that the band would be called “Leaves’ Eyes”. I am going to check on that… :-/




The Solo Show
May 8

Classical guitarist Soren Madsen performs ‘Nothing Else Matters.’


This is excellent!

Dig it.



duane allman

Photo by Bob Fiallo.

March 28: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Winters End Festival, March 27-29, 1970 in Bithlo, FL near Orlando.

The festival was relocated from Miami, FL to Bithlo, FL:

An excellent photo from



The Doors – Roadhouse Blues [ HQ ]

Doorstonia TDU
Published on Feb 16, 2013…


Roadhouse Blues ( LP Version )
The Doors
Roadhouse Blues ( LP Version )
Jim Morrison, John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek

Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Elektra 0591); União Brasileira de Compositores, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, [Wixen] Doors Music Co., LatinAutor, ASCAP, and 17 Music Rights Societies

Classic goodness from my yoot.



Vincent, Pesci and Capri

Vincent, Pesci and Capri

Dara Ó Briain @daraobriain
Sep 13, 2017
Mind. Blown. #gogetyourshinebox

Sep 13, 2017
R.I.P. the great Frank Vincent. I often think of this promo photo of the band that Frank & Joe Pesci played in during the ’70s. Incredible.

I think this might be worth investigating.




Paul and Art in the control room with The Great Roy Halee, during the making of the classic and timeless Bridge Over Troubled Waters.

Dig them big, beefy Neveian, Focusritey knobs! Knobs. It’s such a warm and fuzzy word. So nice and woody. Not tinny at all!

Oh, baby.



Paul, George & Ringo playing Blue Moon of Kentucky.

Ooh, baby.



Chuck and John

“Chuck Berry is one of the greatest influences on earth. So is Little Richard. So is Bo Diddley. There isn’t one white group on earth that hasn’t got their music in them. And that’s all I ever listened to.”

— John Lennon

Yep. Truth, that is. Rock on, John.



John Fogerty

John Fogerty — Creedence Clearwater Revival

Source: xcountcal6575x

As I understand it, my hero John Fogerty has succeeded in ironing out the differences he had with the other members of Creedence.

This can only be a good thing.



Black Smoke Trigger — New arrivals at the studio Kemper Amps — with Baldrick Rasmussen, Daniel Fulton, Michael Wagener (not shown), Charlie Wallace and Joshua Coyle-Te Maro.

It’s Charlie, my remote guitar teacher, (should I ever pick the thing up), with his band at the studio of legendary producer Michael Wagener where they are recording their first EP!

Very cool.



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!


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

Published on May 23, 2014

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


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.



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

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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.



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)

Published on Jan 10, 2014

“Black Betty” by Ram Jam Listen to Ram Jam: Subscribe to Ram Jam on YouTube: Follow Ram Jam: Facebook: YouTube: Spotify:


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

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



YGH3 – Alberto Barrero – The night’s soul

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:
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” ( ). More info about me:… and…

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



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!



CANNED HEAT – Going up The Country 1969

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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)

Published on Feb 7, 2013

The Bangles’ official music video for ‘In Your Room’. Click to listen to The Bangles on Spotify:… As featured on The Bangles: Greatest Hits. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes:… Google Play:… Amazon:… More from The Bangles Eternal Flame: In Your Room: Hazy Shade Of Winter:

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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




Published on Nov 12, 2012

The official video to Ram Jam’s “Black Betty”. (1977)

It is with a delicious extra thrill that I post this song…

…because, even though I have been quite enamored of this song from when I first heard it in 1977…

…my love for it has recently been launched into orbit due to it’s shiny new significance in my life

…in Secret Compartmented Information known only to certain members of the Presidium!

Enjoy, eh?