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    Sean Rowe, not many are aware of him...good stuff

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSgnC5eQ5u0

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    Despite our Collective, Average Median Age Demographic, hereabouts...

    Not too many are aware of how seminal this song was, Rock-History-wise...'73...


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      Hotel California | One girl One band | Six Years Old

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSfI...&start_radio=1

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        • latenight71
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          some folks call this country music. i just call it music.

        4.20 playlist

        Sacred Reich - "Sweet Leaf"




        Robin Trower - "Too Rolling Stoned"




        Dash Rip Rock - "Let's Go Smoke Some Pot"




        Widespread Panic - "And it Stoned Me"




        Sly and the Family Stone - "I want to Take you Higher"




        The Screamin' Cheeta Wheelies - "High Time We Went"

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          I've been diving in to New Orleans rhythm and blues and jazz players lately. i grew up listening to Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Domino, Pete Fountain, Louis Armstrong and so many more, because that's what my dad was always playing. I just came across Professor Longhair recently. This is the 1973 Montreux Jazz Festival. I didn't notice but someone mentioned it in the comments that the band backing him is basically The Meters. Aaron Neville is playing the organ behind Professor Longhair.


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            Widespread Panic with Tedeschi Trucks Band - "You Can't Always Get What You Want"

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              13-year-old Derek Trucks playing a guitar signed by Dickie Betts at Moondogs in Atlanta in 1993. he's the best musician on the stage and looks like he just came from a little league game.

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                latenight71 Love th variety of what ya posted! Some, Natch, I already know, but I'll sort though th rest, let ya know what I think.

                BTW, In regards to yer Vidja#2....I had th Distinct Pleasure to watch Robin Trower from less than 20' away, in a venue that mighta allowed 300 peoples,Fire Code. Managed to finagle me a handshake, as well
                Last edited by Mr. Bones; April 20, 2021, 07:11 AM.

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                  i bet that was an great show 'n hand shake! i do like a small venue and most of the best shows i've seen have been right up in some of the smallest spots. i put it up to something like the Preservation Hall Jazz band. small joint, but some Big Big sound! but still, I've seen Widespread Panic play a po dunk dive bar in Fort Collins, CO, 'round 1993 and damn if they didn't play that bar like it was the biggest show they ever had. didn't mind the chain link fence in front the stage for nothing.

                • SheilaAnn
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                  latenight71 Mr. Bones robin trower does some mighty fine pickin’
                  Last edited by SheilaAnn; April 22, 2021, 11:15 PM.

                ok, last one (for today. I'm off to "What are you Drinking" thread quite shortly).

                This is John Bell and Mikey Houser playin' it acoustic on a porch in Athens, GA. They are the founding members of Widespread Panic. Enjoy some "Drivin' Song"!

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                  Happy 420 everyone

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                    The Vaughn Brothers. Song called “Brothers” 👍👍
                    Last edited by Panhead John; April 22, 2021, 07:35 PM.

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                    • Mr. Bones
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                      Ain't no sweat, Panhead... my post was meant as an assist, not correction, or derision....

                      If'n I'm ever feelin snide, abusive, etc... I can assure yall, All will know...it ain't at all purty, an I can definitely provide Decades of Testimony, to verify....

                    • Panhead John
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                      Gotcha bro.! I know you’re always assisting and not correcting. 👍

                    • latenight71
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                      Panhead John and Mr. Bones

                      It's like this - https://youtu.be/13j28rR6oQg

                    R.I.P Jim Steinman








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                      A guy I worked with MANY years ago turned me on to this guy...
                      He doesn’t look anything like he sounds. O_o

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                      • latenight71
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                        I saw this guy play the Blue Cafe in Long Beach 25 years ago. Great act! I think he still plays around SoCal from time-to-time.

                      • SheilaAnn
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                        latenight71 no more blue cafe...... 😢
                        Last time I was there, we saw a rockabilly band and danced the night away!




                      Here ya go. Some Wet Willie boogie. That’s Allright.......This is real talent, not some American Idol B.S.

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                      • surfdog
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                        Jimmy Hall sang lead on several tracks for Jeff Becks “Flash.”
                        Probably his best known track is “It gets us all in the end,” It might be more well known if some Roderick Stewart guy hadn’t had a hit off the same album. Still, he did get a Grammy nod out of it.

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