Both Jellyfish albums are masterpieces.
at the moment:
Just got a copy of this 1970 album finally reissued on CD. Features Aashish Khan on sarod, Pranesh Khan on percussion (both sons of Ali Akbar Khan) and Zakir Hussain on tabla, plus four American musicians on bass, guitars, vocals and drums. The lead guitarist, Neil Seidel, was formerly part of Gary Lewis and the Playboys. Some brilliant East-West fusion a-gwa'an here!
DEATH Rockin just as hard as in '76 when they released this as a B-side.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Life album,currently Prisoners Of Rock 'N' Roll.
Sabaton "Winged Hussars"---in remembrance of 12 Sept. 1683 Siege of Vienna
Love this band, two thirds of Dada and lots of Gretsch.
A perfect mash-up of Ice hockey, bluegrass, & an AC/DC tune . . .
Amanda Shires - To The Sunset
This song brings back memories. The live version -
Some songs are just old standbys that you just feel good listening too -
Hank Williams on the PBS C&W documentary.
America - Harbor album,currently Political Poachers .
Rest easy Larry
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