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zaterdag 2 december 2017

Dan Penn (feat.Buddy Miller) - It Tears Me Up

     Dan Penn (born Wallace Daniel Pennington, 16 November 1941) is an American singer, musician, songwriter, and record producer who co-wrote many soul hits of the 1960s, including "The Dark End of the Street" and "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man" with Chips Moman and "Cry Like a Baby" with Spooner Oldham. Penn also produced many hits, including "The Letter", by the Box Tops. Though considered to be one of the great white soul singers of his generation Penn has released relatively few records featuring his own vocals and musicianship, preferring the relative anonymity of songwriting and producing.

   The song It Tears Me Up was written by Spooner Oldham, Dan Penn and was first recorded by Dan Penn in 1965. It was first released by Percy Sledge in 1966. It was covered by Elvis Costello and The Confederates, Hacienda Brothers, Charles Walker 

Here perfomed by Dan Penn at  the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
Rooste Stage
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, California
October 7, 2017

woensdag 29 november 2017

Steve Earl - "Pilgrim" (San Francisco, California,October 8, 2017)

                        Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival.-Rooster Stage - Golden Gate Park

 "Pilgrim" album The Mountain (with Del McCoury Band)

                   feat. Patty Griffin, Emmylou Harris, Buddy Miller, Lucinda Williams

maandag 27 november 2017

Band Of Gypsys - "Stop" (Live at the Fillmore East, Dec. 31th.1969)

 On the 31st December 1969, a new Hendrix group would take to the stage for the first time at the legendary Fillmore East venue in New York City. Often referred to as Band Of Gypsys, the band consisted of Billy Cox on bass, Buddy Miles on drums and Jimi Hendrix on guitar. It had been over six months since the end of The Jimi Hendrix Experience and the Band Of Gypsys took Hendrix’s music in a new direction, mainly down to the different musical techniques of his two new band mates. The songs were funky and contained grooves that roamed around the auditorium. New songs were debuted with one in particular leaving a lasting impression that remains to this day. It could only happen at Fillmore East and it could only have been Hendrix. (Tom Caswell)https://tomcaswell.net/

   Stop", an R&B song written by Jerry Ragovoy and Mort Shuman, which had been recorded by      Howard Tate in 1968

             Buddy Miles                                       Jimi Hendrix                                     Billy Cox