Sunday, August 29, 2010
Although this man is not well known to the average listener...Mississippi John Hurt is HIGHLY regarded as an innovator of what many musicians consider 'old standards' or a flatpicking, country blues style that has changed the world of music forever....influencing such musicians as Doc Watson, John Hammond, Bonnie Raitt and Jorma Kaukonen (hot tuna) to name a few...a mix of moutain blues, old timey and country..a underrated legend of the blues not well known and recorded till the last decade of his life.... so have a listen and appreciate
Mississippi John Hurt
'friends of old time music concert'
NYU school of Medicine Alumni Hall
New York, N.Y.
1.Do Lord intro
2.Do Lord Remember Me
3.Since Ive Laid My Burden Down
6.Nobody's Dirty Business
7.Richmond Woman Intro
8.Richmond Woman Blues
9.Let The Mermaids Flirt W Me
10.Spike drivers Blues
11.Stack O' Lee
12.Pallet On Your Floor
13.Coffee Blues Intro
15.My Creole Blues
16.Franky and Jonnie
18.Monday Morning Blues
19.Pallet on Your Floor
ENJOY....AND as usual, email me if you have problems or questions!!!!!
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
This is one of my favorite boots by The Eagles, in such a nice, mellow and form on the BBC
I have the video of this and always try to let people here what the Eagles sounded like
before they got Joe Walsh on guitar.
Live at the BBC.
source:? SBD reels>?
1.Train Leaves Here This Morning
2.(Whatever Happened To) Saturday Night?
3.Peaceful Easy Feeling
4.Certain Kind of Fool
7.Take It Easy
8.Out of Control
notes: i have the video of this as well,
great pre Joe Walsh stuff. alot of acoustic, mando, banjo.
Glen Frey - guitar, vocals
Don Henley - drums, vocals
Randy Meisner - bass, vocals
Bernie Leadon - guitar,mandolin,banjo, vocals
DOWNLOAD LINK HERE!!!!!!!!!!
THE VIDEO IN AVI FORMAT watch it on any worthwhile media player, nero will convert it to dvd.
EAGLES circa 1974 when they recuited their new electric guitarist Don Felder (right)