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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by Jena, Feb 18, 2021.
... from Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Somebody's Baby - Jackson Browne (released 1982)
The sound track from my favorite movie... Back To The Future.
This 2Lp compilation from Something Weird Video is incredible.
It features themes and songs from sixties Exploitation movies.
Great Garage Rock, Psych, Pop, Jazz, or just plain WEIRD!
from an "artist" that everyone kinda hates on ...
drummer does play Gretsch drums, btw
(fwiw, in San Diego Chula Vista outdoor venue, Kid Rock opened for Aerosmith, but we didn't even go in until after they were off stage - year was about 2002 We were in like 6th row.)
First Kiss - Kid Rock (released 2015)
I am pretty sure I posted this exact same music youtube over a year ago ... at least ... Betcha.
Great video .., getting off the plane in Austria
Like everything, something has happened in the past month ...
everything is breaking down, or already in near total collapse and getting worse by the week,
from the Memphis hub of FedEx collapse to updates on phones, blm protests /clashes at Kentucky state capitol on Tuesday, and now even G-T forums ... wonderin' what it could possible be causing such a total meltdown of the global society.
Maybe a "pan DEM ic" (?) I dunno.
'tube plays well in every browser though, except this huh ?
Cover of The Rolling Stone - Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show (from Austrian TV)
My normal rockabilly, rock and roll, psychobilly and thrash metal diet...
Ohio - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young -
Live November 3, 1991 at Golden Gate Park
Still Raining, Still Dreaming
Just watched Paul Simon live at Hyde Park playing "Graceland" and "The Boxer". I wonder how it felt hearing a half million people singing along to a song you wrote.
OK, got the Norwegian dirge music out of my system last week, this week I'm on a Velvet Underground binge, mostly the first three albums, but also assorted live tracks and extras. Haven't really sat down and listened to this stuff for a very long time. It's like visiting an old friend. Classic stuff, thru and thru.
There's a great 9 minute live version of this on you-tube, recorded in San Francisco in 1969. Thought that might be a bit much for here, but if you're a fan I recommend searching it out.
Michael Stanley Band---the entire Heartland album.
I've actually been on a bit of a bluegrass binge this week. Billy Strings "Watch it Fall" has become a new favorite.
We are only making plan for Nigel.
Same here in sunny Florence, Italy. All this warm weather wanted me to listen to The Velcet Underground again after, I dunno, 5 years? Maybe it’s the circle of life.
Thanks for the link mate, I really liked it.
Lately Lou Reed’s Country Gent is up in my head as “tones I’d like to achieve”. Simple, but darn effective. I love it.
The Kinks - I'm Not Like Everybody Else
Mentioning that Lou can be "simple, but darn effective", I love this;
Betty Davis. The unknown maternal grandmother of funk. I can’t believe I had never heard of her. I feel embarrassed and ashamed. There is a bit of her in Joyce Kennedy, Macy Cray and of course RHCP.
Betty Davis - They say I’m different(1973)
I’m listing to port while listening to a video here. Betty Davis.
I was listening to Lucinda Williams singing. Positively 4th St. before that.
“Like Dig It, Man.” is what ended the 60’s.
This popped up on my YouTube feed - Around 8:15 for the Setzer/Betts jam.