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donderdag 23 november 2017

Ry Cooder & David Lindley - The Promised Land

                      Recorded Live: 4/27/1994 - Fillmore Auditorium - San Francisco, CA

            with Bobby King- Terry Evans-  Arnold McCuller (vocals) Joachim Cooder (perc.)

  The Promised Land

 Album Twango Bango II -  David Lindley & Wally Ingram  

dinsdag 21 november 2017

Eric Burdon & The New Animals - Paint It Black/Monterey

                                                                     ERIC BURDON
                                                                       Vic Briggs
                         Danny McCulloch (bass) - Barry Jenkins (drums)- John Weider (guitar/violin)

   Paint It Black

"Paint It Black" (originally released as "Paint It, Black") is a song by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and first released as a single on 6 May 1966. It was later included as the opening track to the US version of their 1966 album, Aftermath.

 Eric Burdon covered it on the 1967 Eric Burdon & The Animals debut album, Winds of Change.


Eric Burdon and the Animals performed at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival at the peak of the Summer of Love; they followed Johnny Rivers onstage and were introduced by Chet Helms. In his book, Monterey Pop, Joel Selvin wrote that, at the festival, "Burdon did nothing short of reinvent himself in front of the audience."

 The song "Monterey" was subsequently written in tribute to the group's experiences at the festival, and proved to be one of the new band's biggest hits. The lyrics describe the atmosphere of the festival and some of the notable musicians who played, including The Byrds, Jefferson Airplane, Ravi Shankar, The Who, Hugh Masekela, The Grateful Dead, and Jimi Hendrix, as "young gods" with music "born of love" and "religion was being born." The band described a scene at which "children danced night and day", and "even the cops grooved with us." "His Majesty Prince Jones" referred to Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones, who was an MC at the event. Before the ending of the song, Burdon quoted the Byrds song "Renaissance Fair": "I think that Maybe I'm Dreamin'".