The Flaming Lips with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros - Do You Realize?? (Live) - Performed at the Hollywood Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
If one cannot command attention by one's admirable qualities one can at least be a nuisance
Future Music today. :-)
Every now and then it doesn't hurt to feel bad to feel good... (feel good by feeling bad?) either way, glad it's their depression, not mine...
Good music for "doin' the ton" on a early Sunday morning.
I'm feeling a little soulfull tonight
The thing about traveling is, you never want it to end and you can't wait to get home.
I answer to Roy, Chief, or Sarg.
04 R-1150-RT current bike. 94 R-1100-RS74,383, Sold, 78 R-80/7, K.I.A by a D.U.I
With the passing this week of Andy Griffith and tomorrow Brad Paisley will be on CBS Sunday.....it seemed fitting to re-post this.
a friend sent me this link this afternoon. It's from a show my band did last weekend at a BBQ festival. I'm the guy in white...
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In celebration of what the human body will put up with and the fact that Mick Jagger is 69 years old today an obscure track from back in the day-
Memo from Turner
Shinedown's latest album......
Brent Smith's voice range is on par with Steve Perry and Lou Gramm. (That ought to date me!)
Recorded during the Let it Bleed Sessions...
Jamming with the Edward! is an album recorded by three members of The Rolling Stones with Nicky Hopkins and Ry Cooder at London's Olympic Studio during the Let It Bleed sessions of 1969, and released on Rolling Stones Records in 1972. Keith Richards had stormed out of the sessions for a few days in protest at producer Jimmy Miller's decision to bring Cooder in to beef up the guitars as Dave Mason did during the Beggars Banquet sessions. On the strength of the band's association with the album, Jamming With the Edward! reached #33 on the US charts, although it failed to reach the UK listings.
The eponymous Edward was pianist Nicky Hopkins, as in Edward the Mad Shirt Grinder, Hopkins' star turn on Quicksilver Messenger Service's album Shady Grove.Hopkins also contributed the cover art.
Liner notes were written by Mark Paytress and Mick Jagger. Jamming with the Edward! was remastered and reissued by Virgin Records in 1994.
"Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."