jajajam on your drive home. Proof anything can be a beat.
Here’s a nice goodie (and yes I’m late to the party but I still want a Charlie Brown t-shirt). Below, the original version from 1968, both awesome.
Probably not a lot of you have heard of Bill Frisell, but this guy is amazing on the geetar. I saw him play with a trio last night. It was mostly jazz focused, but they branched out into pop, blues, and surfy stuff like the above vid.
Some nice Blues to fall asleep to.
Better than the Goo Goo Dolls.
Because it's late and I want to sleep. From the “Campfire Song Song” school of song titles.
Tonight’s edition of Blueslopnik
Keep oppo chill.
Some of Eric Clapton’s finest work.
A throwback to simpler times.
Out of nowhere. BAM! The man cries into that microphone.
This version is from How the West Was Won, which was compiled from two live performances in LA in 1972. Many people consider ‘72 to be Zeppelin’s live peak. It sounds to me like John Paul Jones is playing an electric mandolin on this one... very serene.
Many good tacks on this one. Click play and get some computer work done.
From MTV unplugged in ‘92
Excellent road trip song.