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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by mikesr1963, May 13, 2016.
Hard to beat Warren now days in my opinion.
Go ahead, tell me these guys aren't one of the greatest all time bands! Is it just me?
My fsvorite song ever!
It was nine short years ago today when Ronnie James Dio left the material plane and ascended.
One of my D&D players said he was commemorating today by listening to a tribute album to Dio by a Norwegian fellow named Jorn.
It's pretty awesome.
The dish-washing music, today, was a 2-CD compilation of Louis Jordan. He was a late-30s through early-70s bandleader, singer, alto saxophonist who covered jazz, swing blues, boogie woogie, and ballads with a lot of humor. A Tele-playing buddy used to base much of his set list on Jordan's catalog and I'd do the same if I was competent enough to run a band.
Let The Good Times Roll
A classic, his way.
Choo Choo Ch'Boogie
Pure boogie woogie from a small band. In the 40s there was a huge amount of boogie music being recorded.
Got My Mojo Working
I'm including this just because his treatment is totally unexpected and not guitar-oriented. It's organ-driven and has a heavy swing to the rhythm. Not my favorite version, but worth hearing because he steered the song away from the usual Muddy Waters territory. Edit: I could do without the harmony singers, whatever it is that they're doing.
I really love good blues...
I can't think of anyone cooler than Alex Chilton.
And one tribute:
Because the solo rips....lol
I don't know why...
Pink Floyd - live - One of These Days. I think Mr Gilmour loves playing that slide! Two clips, 22 years apart - awesome light shows:
Oh man, the 70's