Bump-n-Grind

what are you listening to right now .... part quatre

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This came up on my Pandora station.

 

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I hate electronic drum machines, but d-mn.... Jason Bonham wacks the crap out of this one:

 

 

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Elvin Bishop and his band look like they have so much fun playing their tunes.....  love their Live videos.

 

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I would love to have seen Elvin, Leon Russell, and Levon Helm together..... I gather that it happened occassionally, but I have no proof other than people who claim they were there at the time....

What a bunch of decidedly talented characters......

 

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For all you deadheads who like jam-bands.... this group of kids seemed to nail the vibe.    Coming to town next month, hoping to check them out:

 

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Ms. Fedorova's chops amaze.    Dig the the upper body strength of this beautiful woman - rippling muscle and shoulders of a swimmer.   Great performer.   Bringing the Heat!

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Hobot's last post took me back to that special long ago place. Thanks bro!

 

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On 2/25/2019 at 4:55 AM, Point Break said:

when you reach a certain age....you might understand

that will be quite enough of that .

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This performance of "If Heartaches Were Nickles"  by Joe Bonamassa really grabs me.  It's a song by Warren Haynes.

 

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Still relevant...

 

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Just a couple days ago at Pike Place market.

 

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This is from "Standards 2" - he and Bill Evans are both awesome pianists.  Even if you don't think you like jazz try giving this a listen - it's the over the rainbow song.
 
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re. "Loan Ma A Dime" above, that's quite nice and it's good to see that Boz still has it.  Thanks for posting it!

One thing though, IMO the bassplayer is really overplaying.  The guy has great technique but there's too much going on for the song.  Perhaps if I didn't already have the original burned into my brains "permanent storage" area???

OK, the second big guitar solo is way out of place too, "jazz notes" and all.

Hey, if any of you guys want some top-quality arranging advice, just ask me.  I seem to know it all.

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19 hours ago, d'ranger said:
This is from "Standards 2" - he and Bill Evans are both awesome pianists.  Even if you don't think you like jazz try giving this a listen - it's the over the rainbow song.
 

Gary Peacock is incredible on this recording. The Keith Jarrett recordings with Charlie Haden are also great. Haden accompanies KJ in a way uniquely his own.

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 A Led Zeppelin coletanea on Spotify 

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And another "garage band" nailing a bluegrass-tinged version of Landslide... these young gals give Stevie Nicks a run for her money:

 

 

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For any ole-timers out there... Amazing footage of the "updated" Allman Bros in '90/'91 on the Tonight Show with a young-looking Warren Haynes.   Made even more amazing by the inclusion of Doc Severinsen and the Tonight Show Band on horns on 2 numbers.     13:00 minutes in is an incredible tribute to Charlie Parker:

 

 

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I have always loved this bass.  The Pretty Things are still playing concerts, although they're getting to the age were they will soon be needing walkers.

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On 5/15/2019 at 9:10 AM, IrieMon said:

For any ole-timers out there... Amazing footage of the "updated" Allman Bros in '90/'91 on the Tonight Show with a young-looking Warren Haynes.   Made even more amazing by the inclusion of Doc Severinsen and the Tonight Show Band on horns on 2 numbers.     13:00 minutes in is an incredible tribute to Charlie Parker:

 

 

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Had a couple of old Robert Palmer ditties pop up back to back this afternoon while working on the boat. Great grooves for sanding and varnishing...

 

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On 5/15/2019 at 9:10 AM, IrieMon said:

For any ole-timers out there... Amazing footage of the "updated" Allman Bros in '90/'91 on the Tonight Show with a young-looking Warren Haynes.   Made even more amazing by the inclusion of Doc Severinsen and the Tonight Show Band on horns on 2 numbers.     13:00 minutes in is an incredible tribute to Charlie Parker:

 

 

That was great!

You could see the animosity between Dickie Betts and Gregg Allman even back then..... But man what a great band! And the horn section from the tonight show was fantastic, and it looked like everyone had fun doing those bits!

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I never tried to learn the violin, so have no idea how difficult it is to make a violin sound like a stratocaster.... but considering she just about nails David Gilmour note-for-note... and is easy on the eyes... this is definitely awe-worthy B)

 

 

 

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On 5/22/2019 at 8:38 AM, IrieMon said:

I never tried to learn the violin, so have no idea how difficult it is to make a violin sound like a stratocaster.... but considering she just about nails David Gilmour note-for-note... and is easy on the eyes... this is definitely awe-worthy B)

 

 

 

wow

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Only a passing fan of country  music but this voice plus Jerry Douglas does it for me...

 

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My father died 3 years ago today.

 He was one of the kindest, funniest, caring, talented people that I've ever known.

I was very lucky.

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19 hours ago, Willin' said:

Only a passing fan of country  music   Bluegrass but this voice plus Jerry Douglas does it for me...

 

FIFY ;-)  Allison Krauss and Union Station are bluegrass/Americana NOT country ;-)   heh heh heh

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4 minutes ago, dacapo said:

FIFY ;-)  Allison Krauss and Union Station are bluegrass/Americana NOT country ;-)   heh heh heh

if Allison's sound is high lonesome, I'm here to cure the lonesome part! 

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15 minutes ago, Willin' said:

if Allison's sound is high lonesome, I'm here to cure the lonesome part! 

yes agreed. I had dinner with her and her band one time in NYC after a Union Station Gig in Brooklyn.   My band was playing at the Brooklyn Americana Music festival and they were the headliners...i think I drooled all over the table

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1 hour ago, Keith said:

Local Nanaimo girl...:)

I liked her a lot more before Elvis.

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On 5/30/2019 at 4:05 PM, dacapo said:

yes agreed. I had dinner with her and her band one time in NYC after a Union Station Gig in Brooklyn.   My band was playing at the Brooklyn Americana Music festival and they were the headliners...i think I drooled all over the table

the droolin' would be inevitable...she's probably use to it.

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6 hours ago, chester said:

the droolin' would be inevitable...she's probably use to it.

That's the way I feel about Bonnie Raitt...... And Emmylou Harris.....

 I've met them both, but never had the honor of drooling on either.....

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On 6/4/2019 at 11:10 PM, Keith said:

Local Nanaimo girl...:)

She's a Jimmy Rowles protege with great chops, taste, and presence.

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Sorry.... The previous one was all wrong, and this one sux too, But I tried.

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everyone ready for gym class?

 

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