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Critics say that he wasn’t even the best drummer in his band. Others say that he was instrumental in developing The Beatles’ iconic sound 🥁
Gregg Bissonette is here to set the record straight and tells us what makes Ringo Starr’s understated drumming so special. This is a great reminder that less can be more. Check it out!
TBT: Time measured by the peeling of paint on the luncheonette wall...
Nothing as bizarre as the last 4 yrs, you say??
Robt. Fripp & wife...
#ToyahWillcox #RobertFripp #Paranoid The Halloween vibes have seeped over into Toyah & Robert's somewhat 'Paranoid' Sunday Lunch. Enjoy..... Order a one-off,...
It was all riffs, blues, and bayous when the legend Billy F Gibbons of ZZ Top surprised John in the studio last year for an impromptu jam ahead of their “Blues and Bayous Tour.”😎
When talking about the pairing, John said “ZZ Top is one of my favorite bands, and Billy Gibbons is one of my favorite guitarists ...”
Who else would you want to see John jam with?!? Let us know below. 👇
Just about that time of year, people
TBT: oldie but goodie...
My close friend/mentor DB turned me on to listening/playing JP in college...
HBD, John Prine! And RIP both of you ❤️
The first track from John Prine's selftitled album from 1971 (Atlantic) Can also be found on the John Prine Anthology (Rhino, 1993) Personnel: John Prine, vo...
Bet this makes “Sara Mile...” 🤣
R.I.P. EVH ☹️
To this day, one of the finest sounding guitar tracks ever recorded imho...
I have TONS more Van Halen! Here, check it out: http://www.youtube.com/guitarzforsale
Brilliant collection of works! So fortunate was I to help technically, but more so because I got to spend time working closely with Marcia, an amazing talent and REALLY REALLY REALLY nice person.
(& Cait helped too!)
In fifteen spoken-word-over-music compositions, Marcia immerses the listener in the strangeness of her journey back from an MTBI (Mild Traumatic Brain Injury) after a car/truck accident. This audio collection forms an essential part of the multimedia work that she created, over many years, as she re...
My daughter jumped when the song “Fire” abruptly played during the Pottery Competition show she was watching...I assured her it was only CWofAB & we’d be ok 😉
8 trk tape only $4.99!
August 1975 New York radio advert for Bruce Springsteen's now classic Born To Run album (including the $3.99 sale at Gimbels)
Where it all began...
Happy Birthday, Boss Man!
(Ty Lee Sklar)
"B Song" is an instrumental jam for banjo and upright bass, performed by Béla Fleck and Edgar Meyer (respectively) live on the "Which Stage" at the first Bon...
For Mary Tyler Moore by Doug Mishkin
song mastered by Phillip Klum, video by Christine Lavin
CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC
I post every version I ever hear of this.
Take a Sat. break, feel OK, turn this up, we'll get thru...
Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers performing "Mandolin Rain”, live at Town Hall, New York City, 2004 Listen to Bruce Hornsby: https://BruceHornsby.lnk.to/liste...
For my geetar peeps...years ago, I wondered why guitarists liked the Fender Bassman amp. 🤔 Mmmm, wasn't it for bass guitars? Introduced in '52, it has a long and illustrious life - it's copied circuits have helped start 2 other famous lines: Marshall and Mesa (Boogie)! Here is some fun info on the Fender Bassman amp...the GUITAR amp of the ages! (click on "continue reading" under the Andrew Cox answer)
Answer (1 of 6): I’m not famous, but that’s what I used in playing days. It is a bass amp as well, so I also used it playing bass in a Jazz duo (sometimes trio). The Bassman 50 I had was loud enough if you weren’t playing hard rock or a huge room. As a bass amp, Jazz and a small room was the l...
Stream some live music this wkend...
Happy Friday, everyone!
First recording studio I ever worked at...
I’ve mentioned this before, but I met Gordon years ago and he said, "hey, I know you! Have not we been out drinking together?"
I was embarrassed, but I said, "most likely" 🙂
MAY 20 – JUNE 2 2 WEEKS GORDON LIGHTFOOT: IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND DIRECTED BY JOAN TOSONI AND MARTHA KEHOE CANADA 2019 90 MINS. GREENWICH ENTERTAINMENT “I hate that f**kin’ song,” intones Gordon Lightfoot, watching a video of his beatific pop music-god self from the ‘60s, cynically singi...
Ukulele vs. Mandolin!!! Can't decide who wins LOL
For anyone interested...this looks like a cool, lazy summer thing to chk out. And I LOVE the notion of “virtual campsites!”
(my client/friend got to introduce Aaron Neville!!)
The 59th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival will bring the Festival to you. Digitally. No matter where you live in the world.
CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC
For no reason, I've never a been a huge J fan, but I wanted to send my buddy Dewey a few 10th's of a penny by posting...and I LOVE Erik Satie's "Gymnopedié No. 1"
Happy Friday from PKM, Inc.
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Someone To Call My Lover (Single Edit) · Janet Jackson Someone To Call My Lover ℗ 2001 Virgin Records America In...
The Dad Break
A talented uncle and his equally talented niece perform an amazing rendition of 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough'. [Joseph "JoJo" Clarke]
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