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Social climber
Jun 14, 2013 - 06:56am PT
you will have to give me some personalized instructions. that guy in the middle is just the right lead for desolation row.

Larry McCray ≈ Don't Need No Woman Like That

Amy Lavere ≈ Washing Machine

The Black Lillies ≈ Good Bye Charlie

Trad climber
dancin on the tip of god's middle finger
Jun 14, 2013 - 07:00am PT
my nine and seven year old daughters
are skewing my music exposure.

lots of ear time,
hear nowadays:

im cued up to road trip with paul crawford in one morning from this one.
now this is the man who grew up in the punk-rock 70's;
named many of his routes after great bands and great songs,
though im gonna torture his ear,
hooning around the mountains in the prius,
thumping this teeny-ager pop shite,
and im gonna make him beg
for some talking heads or pink floyd.

these are travels with norwegian.

Social climber
chica de chico, I don't claim to be a daisy.
Jun 14, 2013 - 11:36am PT
Hooblie, enjoyed the Jesse Winchester tribute album...thanks.
Poco, Good to see Odonavan step into a solo career .. what a voice..
Wilbeer, fun, Cars cover...

Zb, That's one of my favorite pictures, funny to see it on the music thread...ahh youth..


Ice climber
Brujo de La Playa
Jun 14, 2013 - 11:48am PT
one of my favorite pictures
Funny thing - me too. It seems a perfect fit for the Music thread right there amongst Tobia, technet, Michele, & cariacature Bob & "live" Bob.

frank wyman

Mountain climber
Jun 14, 2013 - 12:13pm PT
"Bird Song"...off the "Ladies and Gentlemen The Grateful Dead" album...Fillmore East..New York City..April,1971..

from out where the anecdotes roam
Jun 14, 2013 - 02:28pm PT
hey weegie, maybe help me solve a puzzle? please ask paul ...

crawford and i loaded up jay smith, and we put up some slabby friction thing across from calaveras dome. it seems like it was a return trip with paul, 37 years have passed.

on another thread, i was unable to recall and credit my second on a route i put up on midnight called thin lizzy. funny thing is, i remember being chagrined to learn that there was a band by that name, because i'm a rock dis-afficionado. i thought the name was original.

my girlfriend was a curvaceous r.crumb dreamboat with an impossibly thin waist who succeeded in holding fast to the hundred pound mark by savoring pomegranate seeds one seed at a time and went by various derivations of elizabeth including (with a grin) "libsbuf" and liz.

so i thought the route was named in honor of her, but now it occurs to me, after what you said above, paul might have been the mystery partner, he might have proposed "thin lizzy" assuming the reference was obvious, and i unwittingly seconded the nomination.

haven't found anything by the band i'd feel good about being associated with, but ironically
i have put up some snowy white and gary moore, including this classic:

gary moore ~ still got the blues:

one of the striking portraits on the forum zbrown, of folks of whom i'm fond of, any more of's?


Ice climber
Brujo de La Playa
Jun 14, 2013 - 04:20pm PT
say there hooblie - I didn't know you were a big fan of Michele & Bob and yes there are many things tucked away on the internet for the intrepid explorer. It is after all a strange, strange world we live in.

KQED theme.

MARCH 30, 2007

Mel Wax, a reporter who became the principal anchor of KQED Channel 9's "Newsroom" and then a spokesman for San Francisco Mayor George Moscone, has died after a long illness in Berkeley at age 88, the Chronicle reports. A City Hall reporter for the Chronicle in the 1950s and early 60s, he got started in TV during the 1968 newspaper strike when reporters went on Channel 9 every night to read their stories. After the strike ended, those broadcasts evolved into "Newsroom," a highly acclaimed local news-and-discussion program that Wax directed and anchored until 1977. After leaving KQED, Wax became the press aide to then Mayor Moscone and the Chronicle obit notes that Wax was unflappable on that day in 1979 when Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk were assassinated by former Supervisor Dan White

Mel Wax brought us KQED's nightly News Room using "Master Jack" as its theme song('It's a strange, strange, world we live in...'), and it was wonderful, as was Wax and his whole smart, heady News Room crew. But alas, PC was winnowing its way in, Wax was made to cease using the Master Jack theme, and a stodgier KQED -- along with the rest of PBS -- began its yet to be recovered loss of edge. The Mel Wax legacy got buried along the way, and it's a shame.

Social climber
It's Ault or Nunn south of Shy Annie
Jun 14, 2013 - 06:31pm PT

Social climber
Jun 14, 2013 - 09:52pm PT
Diggin' the new Daft Punk song "Get Lucky" - it reminds me of when disco was going pop in the late 70's early 80's but keeping the funky back-beat.


Trad climber
San Diego, CA
Jun 15, 2013 - 12:16am PT

from out where the anecdotes roam
Jun 15, 2013 - 06:29am PT
thomas dutronc ~ veish a no drom:

j'suis pas d'isi:

vinyle 73:

valse en exile:

Social climber
Jun 15, 2013 - 03:22pm PT
The Trishas ≈ Too Old to Die Young


Ice climber
Brujo de La Playa
Jun 15, 2013 - 10:24pm PT

copyright David Warrington 2013

David Warrington wrote:

"The Photo Eye" The Photo Eye Archives.
This Photograph was taken during "The Wheel"
Performed at "The Oregon Country Fair" Auguest-28-1982.
This was the 36th Photograph, on my 3rd Roll of Film at my 3rd Grateful Dead Show.
It was taken by David Warrington,
"The Photo Eye" since 1979. I was 18 Years old. This Photograph became the late "Bill Grahams"
most Favorite Photograph ever, he had given "Oliver Stone" the Film Maker
a 16 by 20 inch print of this Photograph that I had provided to Bill
who gave it to Oliver when they both where working on "The Doors" Movie together

The Wheel, 1977 (same year as the fateful airplane crash)

Anybody see M or N in that photo up yonder?


Ice climber
Brujo de La Playa
Jun 16, 2013 - 12:00am PT
Part of a low budget rock'n'roll fantasy? Size twenty-eight but I take thirty four.

OK - it's a duplicate, but Celluloid Heroes? isn't everybody. Some succeeded, some suffered in vain.

Anyway, it was only a one block walk down to Hollywood Blvd. for me at one time. Lala lala lala - Lola?

"Never really die?" Say what?

Ricky D

Trad climber
Sierra Westside
Jun 16, 2013 - 12:23am PT
My Bipolarity is showing - I'm toggling between White Stripes "Icky Thump". The Dead's "Box of Rain" and Rush's "Working Man".

Ice climber
Brujo de La Playa
Jun 16, 2013 - 12:24am PT
If you don't dig Nelson, you can kiss Hanson's arse!

Rick really was the brother you never had.

Anyway if the Wolfman gives you props ... just reminiscing (Wolfman broadcast from Chula Vista, sorta).


Trad climber
San Diego, CA
Jun 16, 2013 - 12:30am PT

If you thought you knew Iggy....

"It was in the winter of my 50th year..."


Ice climber
Brujo de La Playa
Jun 16, 2013 - 12:45am PT
all rinsed out

machine operators of the world unite


Ice climber
Brujo de La Playa
Jun 16, 2013 - 01:17am PT
Doncha know?

John Philip S. less Michelle and Mama Cass


Social climber
Jun 16, 2013 - 05:08am PT
working over time zb?

(I always liked RN, guess it goes back to the fact that every one has a garden party of their own.)

It's Sunday, the choirs are still in bed, but the blues is playing from Saturday night.

Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters ≈ Ethan's Song

Tab Benoit ≈ Next To Me

Levon Helm ≈ God Bless Em All

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