There is a fabulous version of Stormy Monday as a duet by Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Killer stuff
The last record by Cars leader Ric Ocasek called Nexterday. Excellent pop record and poignant with his recent death.
Also a band called The Shelters. Just two albums so far but both are excellent and no tracks I dont like.
Jay Z’s “Reasonable Doubt” and Morrissey’s “Bona Drag”, which is my mind is one of the best compilation records of all time.
Watched this today. Excellent. He is such an underrated guitarist.
Boom! Love this song, especially this performance.
Larry K’s inrtview, then Riles
Agreed on both counts! Great tune, great performance. I saw them perform this live during about the same time frame in the old Salt Palace. They were the opening act for someone else, don’t recall who, as they completely stole the show.
Retro Santana is the best Santana. His guitar work on this performance is some of my favorite. None of this Rob Thomas crap!
i have been listening to this slash solo alot lately
Queens of the Stone Age … for some reason in the mood.
I really liked Songs for the Deaf and Era Vulgaris- Rated R is excellent as well. I am all about that desert rock sound. Every now and then I put on “#1 Hit of the Summer”, which is an all time favorite.
The quiet hum of fluorescent bulbs slowly sucking my life away.
What NIN album is that off of?
A lot of Beatles tunes are simply timeless. John and Paul get lot of (deserved) credit for all their creations, but George really wrote a lot of amazing material, both with the group, and after the breakup.
I love “All Things Must Pass”.
His Beatles contributions were some of the best songs they ever released.
I think the performance of Soul Sacrifice at Tanglewood tops Woodstock
It’s a whiskey and smokey voiced lady kinda night.
Just about nothing from the last 30 years. You guys fart dust too?
You are all going to hate this, but here is a curveball.