Discussion in 'Music' started by Kevin, Jun 1, 2015.
Yes-10/31 and 11/1/72 from the new 1972 live box
Yes-11/11-11/12/72 from the new 1972 live box
Yes-The Knoxville Tennessee show from the new 1972 box.......disc one from the new 2 cd reissue of The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers album
Nice one David. Doyle Bramhall II has done mighty nice for himself since that release (most importantly being to Not Die).
I'd love to find a solid all-blues album by Bramhall. Know of one?
Today's selection, an old favorite. 6/7/15:
I don't know of one either. I have his "Welcome" album and it's a mixed bag, actually. He's all over YouTube though, which is where I found this cut, from the album, played at the Great Wall of China, no less (opening for Clapton, who loves Doyle's ass). If you don't already know, take note that he's playing his left-handed guitar with the strings reversed. It takes a sharp turn at 8:05, BTW.
and guess who has tickets for DB II? ;)
June 2016 Steely Dan - "The Royal Scam"
A classic "early" recording from the Dan. "Don't Take Me Alive" has been an ear worm all day.
Doyle did a tour with Roger Waters - awesome playing. Snowy White was co-lead. Amazing.
My favorite DS album.
Guess who has tix for the Knopfler tour this fall? :tu:
A truly gifted player.
Lemme guess...same guy going to see Doyle, perhaps? Lucky...
Lou Reed 5/22/79(The Park West Chicago) a decent but not great audience recording.....The Rolling Stones 5/30/15( Ohio Stadium Columbus Ohio)an excellent audience( very close to soundboard quality) recording
Before the Brian Wilson movie opens...
It''s A Beautiful Day - Choice Quality Stuff
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