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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by twinjet, Oct 17, 2016.
(one of The Godfathers of ‘Americana’...)
Was just poking around youtube and ran across this. Some local guys done good. They had a decent run, a CD that led to opening for Buddy Guy and a few other A listers. They were quite popular with the local ladies who never failed to turn out for their shows when they were in town.
This is a reunion recorded at Allen Hunter’s place in Birmingham. Yes, that Allen Hunter, but you will need to be older to know who he is, but any way, here’s a blast from my past, Gravy doing Full Figured Friend.
One of my favorites for a while. I wore out Del Rio Texas 1959 and i can’t imagine how many copies of Closing Time got worn out on honkey tonk jukeboxes.
This is still my favorite Radney Foster song.
He’s played at a wonderful little (400? seats) space in
Duluth, GA...The Red Clay Theater...2wice In The last couple of years.
We missed Both!
Time to clean that hot mess Up!
He came to a little outdoor place in central Alabama not long after the end of Foster and lloyd on a double bill with Chris Knight. It was a really good show. Chris Knight’s steel player had his double neck running through a MIDI module and was making it sound like a B3 Hammond on a few tunes. But yeppers, i’m a fan of Radney. He’s a great songwriter.
Prakash John and The Lincolns. What a group. Hear that Wayne Gretzky had the band play for his wedding.....
Always some tasteful bass licks in songs by the "Little River Band".
Of course this is my song of the day. 15 March, 44 BCE. Et tu, Don Cornelius?
"One of the greatest songs ever written by a human being....but, I've been wrong before!"
Not often that you see a soul band where the bass player is the most animated member!...
When he played with George Clinton, he shared Bass duties with Bootsy Collins. Maybe that's where....
An incredible album, just can't stop listening to it. Magical stuff!
robert johnson - come on in my kitchen