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Old 11-30-2007, 04:25 AM   #41
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The Boss singing Rosalita at the Bayfront Civic Center many many moons ago. Not a huge Springsteen fan but this one of my all time favorite live performances from anyone. Reminds me of cranking up those crazy old 8-tracks full blast

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OK, one more. Bob Marley performing "No woman no cry"

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OK, one more. Bob Marley performing "No woman no cry"

Great performance of an all time great song. My favorite late night music.

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This one is nice when I am hurting late at night.

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And now for something completely different: David Bowie and Bing Cosby singing "Little Drummer Boy": The Christmas Spot - Bowie & Crosby: Little Drummer Boy (Music Video) - Fanpop
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dylan's Masters of war on a telecaster - bill frisell
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dylan's Masters of war on a telecaster - bill frisell

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here's bill frisell doing dylan's Masters of War" on a
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The chieftains + Allison Krause doing "Molly Ban"
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The chieftains + Allison Krause doing "Molly Ban"



I saw this recently on a chieftains concert video i rented via netflix
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Anyone remember Joy Division?

Love will tear us apart:

A film about Joy Division was recently released. Check it out here: **CONTROL :: OFFICIAL MOVIE WEBSITE**

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And now for something completely different: David Bowie and Bing Cosby singing "Little Drummer Boy": The Christmas Spot - Bowie & Crosby: Little Drummer Boy (Music Video) - Fanpop
In the same vein:

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Don't think i'm much for opera, but that was something - moistened my eyes.
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John Lee Hooker, about a flood in Tupelo Mississippi
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I've never heard him acoustic. Beats endless boogie for sure; excellent voice.

Here's another great bluesman on a hurricane

I heard both these guys at the Ash Grove in LA in the early 70s. The night John Lee played he played electric and opened for Canned Heat,. I bet that kind of struck him funny.


I almost got myself knifed that night. The Club was full, and they told us we could go around and sit on the stage door steps in the alley behind; it was a hot night so the doors would be kept open. I plunked myself down right by the door and proceeded to get comfortable. A while later a big group if Chicanos showed up and attempted to throw me off the porch, which I strongly resisted. Knives came out, my girl friend started screaming and yelling in Spanish, and we took advantage of momentary confusion and ran up the alley. So I caught all of John Lee, but missed some Canned Heat.

She also decided that I was too stupid to stay in her life.

I never heard Lightnin’ Hopkins play acoustic either. He always played a white Telecaster, finger picking style.

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About 1973 I got to see Hopkins live, playing accoustic. Amazing.
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Great stuff - Thanks Martha for the acoustic John Lee. -Like haha, I mostly think of his electric stuff, though he has a few acoustic numbers on 'The Healer' ( a great CD BTW). But seeing him play that at a young age - very moving.

haha - now you got me following all the Lightnin' videos - I saw him on TV once when I was just a kid, have always loved his sound. His timing is so wild - you never know when he's gonna change chords, or when he is going to throw in a little off-time break, and he always makes it work.

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About 1973 I got to see Hopkins live, playing accoustic. Amazing.

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some really cool solo vocal music by a young kid.
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some really cool solo vocal music by a young kid.

some really cool solo vocal music by a young kid. great stuff.
especially since he's just singing through some crappy lectern mic...


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