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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by all4blues, Aug 22, 2014.
I heard Fleetwood mac on the way to work to day. Started to listened at the office but couldn't get into it.This was up next and it is doing the trick for where I'm at in my head.
Always liked this band from the first time I heard it. Looking forward to their next release:
a fine listen for a cold cloudy fall day.
Happy Thanksgiving Dudes
It’s high time for a storming psych-stylee burner courtesy of Rupert's People.
Featuring stunning lysergic guitar work over wonky bass and groovy keys; this effort shoulda put these guys on the map! Alas, it was not meant to be….
To give you an idea of the magnitude of this performance; I’ll let you in on a little secret…this song smoked all my dope!
Dude your record collection is dope. This came up after that.
Looked them up. They have a cool story. They changed their name to Stone feather in 70 and Stewart Copeland was their drummer for a bit.
Thanks for the kind words Peajay.
True story: I had to move half of my LP’s out of the upstairs listening room to the ground floor last year. A friend who is an engineer made some measurements and determined that the weight of said wax was gonna bring the house down. Can’t have that.
While we are here, try this one on for size.
Let JJ Cale regale you with an instrumental employing the Big Sand Sound. Riding a formidable groove, he lures us on a mysterious journey towards the emerald beyond. The sonic equivalent of a down-tempo sunbaked peyote dream.
Nice. I see what you did there. Very creative
La Luz has been a favorite for a long time:
La Luz has been a favorite for a long time.
Never seen him solo. Looks like I need to change that.
Exquisite mood piece. Slightly menacing but oh so tasty.
Shuggie Otis “Sweet Thang”
Lucero live in Indianapolis. Full set.