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Time to pay tribute to the kids, the second- (and occasionally third- and even a fourth-) generation of country’s founding mothers and fathers. Lots of “Juniors” in this set. Shooter Jennings The Real Me Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real Turn Off the News (Build a Garden) Paula Nelson Brand New Key Bobby Bare
somewhere where notes aren’t exactly notes…that nuanced thing called the quarter tone. somewhere near the beat but not quite …an off beat thing called syncopation…simultaneous improvisation …vamping…tradin’ eights…that’s frank and me…it’s jazz , really. the allison transmission-made fresh daily cygnusradio.com Freedom Jazz Dance Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express Eight Counts For Rita Jimmy Smith Everything Must
Tribute Show for Jeff Beck PLAY LIST Heart Full Of Soul, Yardbirds Blue Wind, Jeff Beck Surfs Up, Jeff Beck live at MusiCares 2005 How High The Moon, Jeff Beck and Imelda May live at the Iridium Freeway Jam,Jeff Beck Barabajagal, Donovan Going Down, Jeff Beck Group Can’t Start Over Again, Dion (feat. Jeff Beck)
Remembering two musical giants who’ve left us recently — Sound of Philadelphia architect Thom Bell and guitar legend Jeff Beck.
good old tom robbins notes: ‘“A hundred blackbirds will evacuate a tree at precisely the same second – without a discernible signal of any kind. A wasp will bore for an hour into the hardwood of a tree at the exact spot where hides the tiny grub in whose body she lays her eggs: there
Jeff Beck. That’s too much loss for one year already.
It was Charlie Parker’s “Now is the Time” that helped inspire a key line in Martin Luther King’s 1963 speech at the March on Washington. So The Bird begins the MLK Day edition of Capital Radio that includes songs of hope and striving from Bobby Womack, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, Patty Griffin, John
behold the venn diagram that gave birth to this silly little , freeform, radio-style vanity project. the allison transmission-made fresh daily cygnusradio.com What If The Dregs Why Not? Gentle Giant Let’s Go The Cars Dr. King, the Peaceful Warrior Archie Shepp I Have A Dream Common w/ Will I am Blues for Martin Luther King
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