"Saw a Robbie Robertson-less version of the band in the early '80s at the University of Virginia. Saw Levon several times over the last years of his life. As such, "Rag Mama Rag" would be my favorite from this…"
"Thanks for the thoughts Ed. Glad you mentioned Hem at the end. Saw the "album release" show at the Bell House in Brooklyn a couple of weeks ago. Still a wonderful live experience and I am looking forward to hearing the…"
I respect and enjoy your critical perspective based on what I read here. You have opened me up to hearing artists I otherwise might miss (which is why I was an ND subscriber). Not sure I get what you are saying here even with the…"
"Easy Ed, love the woman from Alabama Shakes! She is amazing and will hopefully continue to make great music for years to come. While I like Mumford and Sons, they were boring. And as Kim points out, the show is about selling…"
"Easy Ed, I find this fascinating as I listen to very little of what I listened to in H.S. My tastes have continued to develop over the years, leaving behind Queen/ELP/Yes and the like to find jazz, country, blues, alternative, indie, and yes,…"
Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires were on the boat and were wonderful. His sets with her on fiddle were fabulous. Hers with him a little less so as she chose to play guitar on which she is not so special. And JT Earle was also on…"
"Funny, you seem to feel the way I do about some of the new stuff. Yes it is Crazy Horse but it just doesn't feel quite THERE. Saw Neil and the Horse in Central Park a few weeks back and I felt let down. Like they were having…"
"Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes. I always remember the non-word section where Ladysmith Black Mambazo sing "Tanana, tanana. . . " and jokingly used to wonder how they knew about Frank Tanana. A truly wonderful song and album!"
"Much ado about nothing. No issue here with Lucinda's music stand. She is notorious for forgetting lyrics. If the lyric book, helps, great! The flip side is John Hiatt who I saw on this year's Cayamo cruise. …"
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