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donderdag 29 oktober 2015

FLEETWOOD MAC - Happy Birthday Peter Green!!

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Like it this way.
Prachtig optreden voor een zeer braaf publiek.
Fleetwood Mac op zijn best, met een hoofdrol voor Danny Kirwan,verder met Mick Fleetwood,Peter Green en John Mcvie,Jeremy Spencer heb ik op dit filmpje niet kunnen ontdekken.

woensdag 28 oktober 2015

CCR - Night Time Is The Right Time

                                    John Fogerty - Doug Clifford - Tom Fogerty - Stu Cooke

John Fogerty, Doug Clifford, and Stu Cook (all born in 1945) met at Portola Junior High School in El Cerrito, California. Calling themselves The Blue Velvets, the trio began playing instrumentals and "juke box standards",[9] as well as backing Fogerty's older brother Tom at live gigs and in the recording studio. Tom soon joined the band, and in 1964 they signed with Fantasy Records, an independent jazz label in San Francisco that had released Cast Your Fate to the Wind, a national hit for jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi. The record's success was the subject of a National Educational Television special, which prompted budding songwriter John Fogerty to contact the label.[10]
Band roles changed during this period. Stu Cook switched from piano to bass guitar and Tom Fogerty from lead vocals to rhythm guitar; John became the band's lead vocalist and primary songwriter. In Tom Fogerty's words: "I could sing, but John had a sound!"

                 Night Time Is The Right Time - (Royal Albert Hall 4/14/70)

 "Night Time Is the Right Time" or "The Right Time" is a rhythm and blues song recorded by Nappy Brown in 1957. It draws on earlier blues songs and has inspired many subsequent versions, including a record chart hit versions by Ray Charles, Rufus and Carla, and James Brown.
Ray Charles recorded his version, titled "(Night Time Is) The Right Time" in October 1958

dinsdag 27 oktober 2015

Tedeschi Trucks Band and Friends- Mad Dogs & Englishmen (9/11/2015 Arrington, VA )

                                                            ///////////////////////////////////// 01 Introduction Music 02 The Letter 03 Darling Be Home Soon 04 Cry Me A River 05 Girl From The North Country 06 Dixie Lullabye 07 *Bird On A Wire 08 The Weight 09 *Superstar 10 #Delta Lady 11 @Let’s Go Get Stoned 12 ^Something 13 Band Introductions 14 +She Came In Through The Bathroom Window 15 %Feelin’ Alright 16 $Sticks And Stones 17 $Learning To Live Together Encore: 18 Space Captain (Leon Russell Solo) 19 With A Little Help From My Friends 20 Susan Thanks/Outro * With Rita Coolidge On Vocals # With John Bell On Vocals @ With Alicia Shakour On Vocals ^ With Doyle Bramhall On Vocals + With Warren Haynes On Guitar And Vocals % With Dave Mason On Vocals $ With Chris Robinson On Vocals

maandag 26 oktober 2015

Bob Dylan - Highlands / Blowin In The Wind (November 18, 1999 )



           University Of Massachusetts; Mullins Center, Amherst, Massachusetts, U.S.A.


Bob Dylan - Highlands (November 18, 1999 from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.


Bob Dylan - Highlands (November 18, 1999 from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.

"Highlands" is a song by Bob Dylan, released on his 30th studio album Time Out of Mind in 1997. It is Dylan's longest known studio recording at sixteen minutes and thirty-one seconds. The song's title is borrowed from the poem "My Heart's in the Highlands" by Scottish poet Robert Burns. In the song's lyrics, Dylan makes references to musician Neil Young and author Erica Jong.



                                            Blowin In The Wind (encore)