"I went to my first Dead show on September 9, 1967, at Volunteer Park in Seattle. Of course, I don't remember any of the songs, nor did I really get what a Dead show was. However, I loved the music, really enjoyed the band, and dug the crowd!…"
"I saw Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter at Pickathon last month. It took me awhile to assimilate what I was hearing, and once I realized their music was reminiscent of some dark acid rock from years past, I just sat back and really enjoyed their…"
"1. Ray Wylie Hubbard - A. Enlightenment B. Endarkenment
2. Mat d and the Profane Saints - Plank Road Drag
3. James Cotton - Giant
4. Patty Griffin - Downtown Church
5. Ghost Writer - Wreck The City
6. Buddy Guy - Living Proof
7. Solomon Burke -…"
"Drunken Hearted Boy (Allman Brothers)
Drinkin' Back (Billy Joe Shaver)
Headed For The Ditch (The Bottle Rockets)
Sloppy Drunk (Mike Bloomfield)
When I Get Drunk (Mike Henderson & The Bluebloods)
Another Round (Whitey Morgan & The…"
"Addendum to my comment: I would not be surprised if nodepression.com is read by many more music fans and musicians than the wonderful No Depression magazine. As a journalist, or a former journalist, maybe Alden should take this format seriously; and…"
"I doubt if the article by Mr. Alden about Mr. Dayton will alter my enjoyment of No Depression; but already it has changed the way I will view Alden's future contributions. I thought he was a journalist. However, due to circumstances of which…"
"dick cheney said you don't go to war with the army you want; you go with the army you have. Or, if you want to hear the Boss and Alejandro, fuck one more "hit of fresh air" and wait with the buzz you have."
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