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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by mikesr1963, May 13, 2016.
Swung by the GW after my semi-annual dental check-up and splurged on this CD for .99 US. Another one of those “Is it prog or is it fusion?” recordings.
Either way, this tune alone is worth the price of admission:
right now some great stuff...
and new one I heard for the first time today, have listened to it a couple of times since...
and Rev. Peyton and his big damn band...
Gojira Fortitude. Cant get enough of it.
This has been on my turntable for the past few days...
Curved Air. A great band from the early 1970s that didn't get wide air play. I got to see them in Cambridge England when I lived nearby. The song I've posted is probably the best rock song ever written about the French Revolution! They actually reformed with mostly different players after 30 years.
Today's dish washing music is John Hiatt's Walk On album. I'm going to learn Good As She Could Be. It's a rocker.
Goodwill find that I'd never heard before.
Like it or hate it
Finnish cover band. How they succeed?
Erik Andersen in a PBS documentary about the folk singer.
Steely Dan - Deacon Blues
My friends band out of California. Niviane