Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Sunday, September 8, 2019
Skip reminded me this morning of this classic with the Memphis Horns at their finest and how it is one of the mighty DeucE's favorites of all time, mine too for that matter. Another reminder to keep moving (forward or backward, up or down, etc.) for we simply must keep rolling if the road is to rise up...
Posted by Jetboy & My Dog Skip at 9:51 AM
Saturday, August 31, 2019
One for the L'Man who will no doubt recognize the boyz of Memphis, what a band! Does it get better than this?
Posted by Jetboy & My Dog Skip at 10:21 AM
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Skip just requested some "feel-good" music, can't go wrong with the Memphis Horns he reminded me, they crossed the pond in 1995 to give Sting a hand on his "Mercury Falling" album, read somewhere that Sting wrote this one for his daughter, feelin' better already so more Wayne Jackson and Andrew Love to come...
Posted by Jetboy & My Dog Skip at 11:18 AM
Thursday, August 22, 2019
This cut so the story goes was pulled at the last minute by one band member (who will remain nameless here) much to the chagrin of the rest who were indeed the best - Ian Gillan (vocals), Roger Glover (bass), Ian Paice (drums) and Jon Lord (keyboards). And, go figure, the guitar work is spot on...
Posted by Jetboy & My Dog Skip at 8:16 AM
Thursday, August 8, 2019
Poppa Funk's recent passing hit hard, made for a lousy few days, true dat. Back now and knew this one was the perfect example of New Orleans' funk to post (again). Check out each band member's performance, including Art's tribute to the small child at the end, and there should be no doubt. "Heart" in a word, start to finish... RIP the one and only Mr. Art Neville.
Posted by Jetboy & My Dog Skip at 12:53 PM
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Monday, July 22, 2019
Two for the L'Man from 1966, picked up a vinyl copy while in NOLA last week for all of $3.00. The first tune here, Robert Johnson's Ramblin' On My Mind, is noteworthy as it reps Clapton's first vocal recording of his musical career, the second tune here, an old school instrumental first recorded in 1960 (by Freddie King), leaves little doubt what's on the horizon...
Posted by Jetboy & My Dog Skip at 10:42 AM