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zaterdag 21 november 2015

Warren Haynes feat. Chessboxer & Jeff Sipe - NSJ Club Amsterdam (19 Nov.2015) update!




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                               foto Arthur
Nog maar net bekomen van het geweldige concert van de TedeschiTrucks Band in Tivoli/Vredeburg (dinsdag 17 nov). stond ik twee dagen later oog in oog met die andere fenomenale zanger/gitarist uit The AllmanBrothers band Warren Haynes.In tegenstelling tot dinsdag geen groot concertpodium,maar een intieme jazz club (NSJ Club)


                                foto Arthur

.Het voorprogramma werd verzorgd door Chessboxer ,pure bluegrass.Naar later zou blijken maakten zij ook deel uit van de Warren Haynes band.





Bank Of The Deep End  (part) film by Arthur

Ik had meer of min een soort semi/akoustisch optreden verwacht i.v.m met het album Ashes & Dust maar niets was minder waar.Ondanks de wat vreemde setting(twee banjo,s /viool)We werden getrakteerd op een meer dan twee uur durende show,een doorsnede van Warren Haynes muzikale carriere.
De setlist: 1 Spots Of  Time (Ashes & Dust) -2 Patschwork Quilt( Phil Lesh) -3 Its Me Or You (Ashes & Dust) - 4 Compagny Man (Ashes & Dust) - 5 Madman Across The Water (Elton John)- 6 Banks Of The Deep End(Gov,t Mule)


                   All Along The Watchtower/Trouble Mind Man/Jessica(part) film by Arther

7 - Blue Sky(Allman Brothers) -8 Skin It Back(Little Feat) - 9 Insrtumental Ilness (Allman Brothers)
10 - Glory Road (Ashes & Dust) 11 -Hattiesburg Hustle - 12 Stranded in Self Pity(Ashes & Dust)
13 Dusk Till Dawn (Allman Brothers) - Drums

                                  Jeff Sipe  foto Arhur
             Opvallende verschijning in de WH Band drummer Jeff Sipe.    Prachig drumwerk!!
        

                   encore: Two Of A Kind,Working On A Full House  film by Arthur

Prachtig einde van een geweldige muzikale avond.Ook mooi om zo,n groot artiest op een wat kleiner podium in aktie te zien.Ik had een topavond!



maandag 16 november 2015

Frank Zappa - Easy Meat

                                      Circus Krone Munich, Germany.September 8, 1978

                  Easy Meat - album Tinsel Town Rebellion (1981)

 Tinsel Town Rebellion is a double live album released by Frank Zappa in 1981. The album was conceived by Zappa after he scrapped the planned albums Warts and All and Crush All Boxes, and it contains tracks that were intended for those albums.

zondag 15 november 2015

Bob Dylan - Masters Of War (Woodstock 24 Aug.1994)


Woodstock '94 was a music festival organized to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the original Woodstock festival of 1969. It was promoted as "2 More Days of Peace and Music." The poster used to promote the first concert was revised to feature two birds perched on a guitar neck, instead of the original one.
The 1994 concert was scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, August 13 and 14,[1] with a third day (Friday, August 12) added later. The weather was rainy that weekend, and by Saturday much of the field had turned into mud.
But the highlight of the festival was the performance by Bob Dylan, who’d turned down an invitation to appear 25 years before. Promoters actually planned to stage the 1969 concert on the Winston Farm site with the hope that Dylan, who lived nearby, would perform. Dylan declined and when the owner of the land backed out, the concert was moved to Bethel, N.Y.

Read More: Woodstock '94: Music, Moshing, Mud -- and Bob Dylan | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/woodstock-94/?trackback=tsmclip
But the highlight of the festival was the performance by Bob Dylan, who’d turned down an invitation to appear 25 years before. Promoters actually planned to stage the 1969 concert on the Winston Farm site with the hope that Dylan, who lived nearby, would perform. Dylan declined and when the owner of the land backed out, the concert was moved to Bethel, N.Y.

Read More: Woodstock '94: Music, Moshing, Mud -- and Bob Dylan | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/woodstock-94/?trackback=tsmclip

But the highlight of the festival was the performance by Bob Dylan, who’d turned down an invitation to appear 25 years before. Promoters actually planned to stage the 1969 concert on the Winston Farm site with the hope that Dylan, who lived nearby, would perform. Dylan declined and when the owner of the land backed out, the concert was moved to Bethel, N.Y.

Read More: Woodstock '94: Music, Moshing, Mud -- and Bob Dylan | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/woodstock-94/?trackback=tsmclip

But the highlight of the festival was the performance by Bob Dylan, who’d turned down an invitation to appear 25 years before. Promoters actually planned to stage the 1969 concert on the Winston Farm site with the hope that Dylan, who lived nearby, would perform. Dylan declined and when the owner of the land backed out, the concert was moved to Bethel, N.Y.

Read More: Woodstock '94: Music, Moshing, Mud -- and Bob Dylan | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/woodstock-94/?trackback=tsmclip
                      Masters Of War

From the beginning, the promoters wanted Bob Dylan to play Woodstock. The reason they even wanted the festival to be held in Woodstock in 1969 was to lure Dylan, a local, to play the festival. Unfortunately, at the time Dylan was recovering from a motorcycle accident and trying to live a quiet life. When Woodstock ’94 was set to take place, Dylan was coming off of a string of less-than-stellar albums and his recording contract was up for renewal. He agreed to play and performed a set that helped reignite his career.