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derek and the dominoes 1971

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Bruno Mars, Anderson Paak, Silk Sonic - Leave the Door Open
LIVE from the 63rd GRAMMYs ® 2021

Here's one of the better live performances featured on last night's Grammys. I'm not usually a fan of this sort of "contemporary R&B," but after seeing a good review, I gave this one a whirl. Took a couple of verses, but by the end I was thinkin', "Damn! These guys can sing!" For the record, this appears to be live singing against a prerecorded backing track.

 

 

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our windows are open.
“looking for love” all day.

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layla derek and the dominoes 1971
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Missing my dancing days. Used to dance to music like this every week.

Jonny Nocturne Band

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2K15lCaSIg&list=PLgS4U1RBCV4uNTX0Z4M05n...

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Can you hear me by BEN

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Heart: Crazy on you ’77

Thanks for sharing that! Second piece of vinyl I bought had that song. Thought Nancy was all that and then some back then. Fun to see her solo. Really like her guitar playing.

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Heart: Crazy on you ’77

Thanks for sharing that! Second piece of vinyl I bought had that song. Thought Nancy was all that and then some back then. Fun to see her solo. Really like her guitar playing.


I saw them back in the 70s. They were second billing with Dave Mason being first but they stole the show.
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our windows are open.
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There’s nothing more ridiculous than watching a movie or tv show and hearing a red-tailed hawk call dubbed into the soundtrack while a bald or golden eagle is shown on the screen. Many directors and producers apparently think a eagle call is not impressive enough. It’s amazing how many times I’ve encountered this in movies and television.

Anyhow, red-tailed hawks are impressive for a number of reasons – the talon-grasping display, their adaptability to human-altered habitats, and their intelligence, as well as their vocalizations. I was helping out at a banding station on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay (years ago) and had a red-tailed hawk sneak up on a lure bird stationed on the side of the blind. The hawk came from the woods behind the blind, and it walked from the woods to the starling, so it was less visible to us. I caught sight of the attacker before it could kill the little starling, but it was a close call.

"However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light." - Stanley Kubrick

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We have a red-tailed hawk on and off. When they are here I am alerted by the silence! The song birds don’t make a peep.

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Clapton and Knopfler tear it up

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Night of the hunter by 30 seconds to mars

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Clapton and Knopfler tear it up

Wow, 25th anniversary tour .1988
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And a little Widespread Panic

https://youtu.be/L-3OFLRuF8s

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Boz Scaggs – "Loan Me A Dime"

This is latter-day Boz, circa 2000 or thereabouts, delivering a near-perfect live version of "Loan Me a Dime," the blues standard by Fenton Robinson. Boz's original studio recording dates to 1969, and features the great Duane Allman on guitar. In this live performance, leads are played by Boz and Drew Zingg. Drew is an amazing soloist who toured with Steely Dan in the early 90s before teaming up with Boz Scaggs in 1996.

Enjoy!

 

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Phish https://youtu.be/wqThPtbKOOw

Bruce Hornsby singing lead on Fire? Very tricky! And a nice surprise, to boot. Got me to look it up: Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead. Trey must be glad he's there. His smile is infectious! Now I gotta check out the Panic you posted.

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Phish https://youtu.be/wqThPtbKOOw

Bruce Hornsby singing lead on Fire? Very tricky! And a nice surprise, to boot. Got me to look it up: Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead. Trey must be glad he’s there. His smile is infectious! Now I gotta check out the Panic you posted.


I will have to check those shows out. Can’t beat a Dead show. I miss Jerry.
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Good back round music for a rainy Sunday morning

https://youtu.be/x9mFXevKl8A

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Phish https://youtu.be/wqThPtbKOOw

Bruce Hornsby singing lead on Fire? Very tricky! And a nice surprise, to boot. Got me to look it up: Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead. Trey must be glad he's there. His smile is infectious! Now I gotta check out the Panic you posted.

I will have to check those shows out. Can't beat a Dead show. I miss Jerry.

Yeah. Me, too. I still can't dance too well, but thanks to the Dead, I like to "move around" (using my own "dance moves") a lot more at a concert these days.

Here's a great cover by Z3. From the intro: "This is our cro-magnanimous, post-Garibaldi inversion of 'Loose Lucy'" lol

 

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wle wrote:
layla derek and the dominoes 1971

That entire album is awesome. I also love the song "Anyday". Duane Allman is amazing, RIP.

Check out this cover by Derek Trucks, in front of Eric Clapton no less, and with Bill Murray getting down in the wings at around 4:50 mark:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiwktkw_rqE

 

The audio quality stinks, but this version of Franklin's Tower always puts a smile on my face:

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

 

Jimmy Herring and Derek Trucks are probably my favorite guitar players alive, if not all-time. Odd how when they play together they complement each other so well, especially evident at 5:00 of that video. Jimmy plays a million notes a second most of the time and Derek plays like the guitar is wired to his spine and he's just projecting thoughts into it. If you're looking for something interesting, check out the band Frogwings. It's Jimmy Herring, Derek Trucks, and John Popper from Blues Traveler, with every other spot in the band filled by virtuosos of their instruments. Too bad they didn't exist for long.

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All good ^ keepum coming.

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I like to listen to this every week. Always discover something that I didn’t know of that is really cool.

Jazz After Hours

He raved about this last week. Amazing what one young guy can do.

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