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Mood for the week...
📸: George Wilkes
Waiting for the work week to end like...
December 21, 1940 - December 4, 1993
“Charlie had an incredible sense of humor, and my joy was I loved to crack him up. If you could hit that spot, he wouldn't stop, and it was the funniest thing in the world." — Keith Richards
The Traveling Wilburys - Handle With Care (Official Video)
Music video by The Traveling Wilburys performing Handle With Care. (C) 2007 T. Wilbury Limited. Exclusively Licensed to Concord Music Group, Inc.http://vevo....
George Harrison, Leon Russell, Clapton - Come on in my Kitchen
Leon Russell takes the lead on "Come on in my Kitchen" from the rehearsals for the Concert for Bangladesh.There's a good view of George's sanded-down Fender ...
4th December 1971
50 years ago today wth Deep Purple.
One of the most defining moments in the bands career.
The Rolling Stones' mobile was parked outside the Montreux Casino, the venue - adjacent to the lakeside promenade - chosen for the recording of the bands new album. Deep Purple were invited to Frank Zappa's afternoon show there that day, the last gig before Purple were to move in and begin recording the album.
"So we went there, and we had this mobile studio, and Zappa was playing a concert, and towards the end of the concert someone shot a flare gun, a pistol, into the ceiling of the hall. It just went 'whoosh', like that you know. It just caught fire, and it was just panic, you know. Well, not entirely panic, but everyone went outside, and within ten minutes there was smoke out on top of the building. And within half an hour there were flames 200, 300 feet high. The whole building was completely gutted. So that kind of blew out the idea of the concert because the Swiss authorities wouldn't allow any rock concerts for some period of time in Switzerland, anyway. We had the recording unit down there, and we had to do something, you know." Ian Gillan
Claude Nobs was standing there on stage when the fire erupted.
"I was there and next to him on stage, and with his guitar (Frank Zappa) he broke a big window, and then he picked up the mic and said very quietly, “There is a fire. Please go out quietly.” With bigger bow windows, with openings to the swimming pool to one side, and people didn’t have to run, so they just walked outside. Within two minutes, everyone was out watching the show and the fire. Some people said, “You know, Frank really knows how to finish the show. Now, look what he is doing!”
"We made sure that people got out of the hall; it was done very quickly. Then I went downstairs in the cellar in the kitchen, and I was the last one to leave the casino, and brought out the mother of the manager of the casino. She was the last one in the kitchen, so, I took her by the hand and I said, “Let’s go out.” And that’s it. " Claude Nobs
Later that evening ....."We were sitting in this bar restaurant about a quarter of a mile from the Casino, and it was blazing. The wind was coming down off the mountains and taking the smoke and flames across the lake, and the smoke was hanging like a curtain over the lake. Roger grabbed a napkin and wrote on it Smoke On The Water." Ian Gillan
Today in Dead history the band performed at Boston Music Hall in 1973 with the “Alembic PA,” a prototype for what later became the Wall of Sound. “Its on-stage speakers formed columns, saplings of the towering line arrays to come. Cobbled together with JBL speakers and ElectroVoice tweeters, all in Alembic cabs and driven by McIntosh amps, the “Alembic PA,” as this predecessor was known, had grown so large, Rick Turner said, that when it was loaded into the Music Hall there simply wasn’t enough room to put it in the usual left/stage right positions.” - VICE
Photo by Richard Pechner.
Photo of Marianne in Monte Carlo in 1999, taken by Helmut Newton
Photo of Marianne taken in 1979 at a Jurgen and Thomas shoot.
Photos from John Lennon's post
Eric Clapton Speaks on Hendrix 'Incident' & What Jimi Was Like, Recalls How Ginger Baker Behaved During Cream Reunion
'He came to see Cream play at an early Cream gig,' Clapton said.
Four years ago and 40 years after its original release, ‘Saturday Night Fever’ received Diamond certification for US sales. After all these years that fever is Stayin’ Alive! ✨
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss spoke to The New York Times about their upcoming album 'Raise The Roof'.
You can read the full article here:
Photo: Eric Ryan Anderson
John Coltrane’s ‘A Love Supreme’ has been certified Platinum in the US. After 56 years, one of the most celebrated and iconic records in jazz history goes platinum – John Coltrane’s first ever platinum record.
Listen to the ‘A Love Supreme’ Platinum Collection, featuring all commercially released versions of the most iconic suite - the original recording, ‘Live in Antibes’, ‘Live in Seattle’ plus alternate takes: JohnColtrane.lnk.to/ALSPlatinumFP Impulse Records
Walk Away Renee - The left Banke
Video Walk Away Renee - The left Banke
Thank you to everyone who has supported the 50th Anniversary of George’s All Things Must Pass so far and helped make it a Global Top 10 album again, over 50 years after its original release.
Listen here: https://georgeharrison.lnk.to/AllThingsMustPassDeluxe
Top of the heap. Our third number one hit. Not many groups can say that and it still makes me proud! Peace and Love, Gene
The return of All Things Must Pass to the top 10 on the Billboard 200 marks George’s first time in the region since 1988, when Cloud Nine peaked at No. 8.
Go here - https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/9615104/george-harrison-all-things-must-pass-returns-billboard-200-albums-chart - to read the full Billboard article.
Murphy Lab Artist Series: Joe Bonamassa
In this episode of the Murphy Lab Artist Series, world-renown guitarist and guitar collector Joe Bonamassa talks about why he likes old guitars, plays severa...
When you hear a James Brown song in public and have to refrain from busting a move 🕺
Bob Dylan: 60 Years Of Creating
At Halcyon Gallery
Photograph Smile playlist, now playing on @youtube:
We’re sure you’ll all join us in wishing Charlie a speedy recovery.
All 2021 tour dates will go ahead as planned.
God bless Charlie Watts! It’s been in the news today that he will be missing the start of the new Stones tour while he recovers from an op..we here wish him the very best .. a close friend to dad til the end! Nettie
Listen to my latest interview on The Broken Record Podcast (link in comments)
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