Sometimes you just have to share


#198

Nice tune, give it a listen if you want some mellow or melancholy, or just want to zone out for 10 minutes.


#199

Same thing, only different,


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Muy bueno

#206

This is from a BBC concert in 1965 or 66. The whole set is about an hour, it’s on YT in one piece, and while it doesn’t catch them at their acid-tinged peak of a few years later it does give a flawless, perfectly engineered picture of how magical the four of them were together.


#207

Four?


#208

Dick Kniss, their steady bass man. Always in the shadows, always impeccable. Like Bill Lee, Spike’s dad who toured with Odetta a few years earlier. After PPM, he worked with John Denver for nearly a decade. Died in 2012, age 74.

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#209

RIP, Dick Kniss, may your beat go on.


#210

A frothy sort of “crossover” indie/pop ditty from the 90’s, I stumbled on this “remix” a few days ago, nice beat with pretty people smiling and dancing like you and I are watching.

OK, earworm tag, you’re it.


#211

The Jackie Chan scenes are from a movie called “Kung Fu Yoga”.

I shit you not.


#212

I thought that was Jackie Chan, but I got confused by the Bollywood staging.


#214

Because for many Muricans it’s both Memorial Day and Decoration Day.

Hint: Blind Lemon’s grave is near Wortham, TX if anyone’s going that way.


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Christ, I hope not!


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