Lester Young "The Complete Savoy Recordings" 5/01/44
Bud Powell "The Amazing Bud Powell, Vol. 1" 5/01/51
Peggy Lee "Black Coffee" 5/01/53
Art Farmer "Portrait" 5/01/58
Herb Ellis "Nothin' But the Blues" 5/01/58 RIP
George Benson "The New Boss Guitar of G.B." 5/01/64
Pat Martino "El Hombre" 5/01/67 RVG
GOGD Alfred College 5/01/70 Thanks again, Yamadog.
ABB Nassau Coliseum 5/01/73
Bob Marley 5/01/76 courtesy Lopezz
GOGD Hampton Coliseum 5/01/81 gdfiles courtesy CosmicBadger
I wish New Years Eve could be on 5/365/10!!! Me encanta el mes mayo.
" Adonde se va el tiempo? "
The new Grateful Dead DVD "Crimson, White and Indigo"
Then it was The Who live at Tanglewood, available on Wolfgang's Vault.
Followed by a 1977 videoperformance of Smetna's "The Battered Bride" available on the New York Metropolitan Opera's play and listen website.
ray la montaigne- gossip in the grain
peter wolf-- midnight souvenirs (excellent write-up in wall street journal)
i'm happy with my new purchases!
Patchwork River, a new album by Grammy Award winning artist Jim lauderdale features long time Grateful dead lyricist Robert Hunter. Out 5/11.
Right now Im listening to a tasty Sugaree performed in the rain on Archive.org. Less then a week ago I was standing on the stage at red rocks amphitheater taking in the view so many great artists love, throwing the frisbee and playing acoustics with my friends. I live less then 10 minutes away so I go up there quite regularly. What a great venue and recording with that fun AUD energy. http://www.archive.org/details/gd82-07-27.fob-senn421.wise.4705.sbefail.shnf
It was 30 years ago today....... that the boys went to AL to play.....if you'd like to listen along....I'd like to invite you to enjoy a song:
(A great thanks to Barry Glassberg and Robert Wagner for catching this show. Like wise many many thanks to A. Egert and D. McCabe for placing this into the Archive. And finally a BIG THANK YOU to the keepers of the Archive for keeping the music alive, free and available.)
"Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right"
The Open Road
"Catfish John" w/Alison Krauss, Jerry Douglas and Randy Scruggs from the album "Will The Circle Be Unbroken - Farther Along" - EXCELLENT! Thanks to "Rick" for turning me onto this one.
"A well put together unreality is pretty hard to beat."
"Time to Confess" - Gov't Mule; The Deepest End Live! Hahahahahaha!