Roses are Free

“Roses Are Free”

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  1. MiA Says:

  2. roberto luongo Says:

    I know the early Taj stuff. really great. he was one of the first blues guys to play with all those sick Whitey blues guys that play with a vintage feel.

    spinning it now.

  3. vapebraham Says:

    used to catch this cat on the reg in DC back in the mid to late 90’s. best blues guitar player i’ve ever seen up close and personal. always evoked hendrix for me.

    he’s got a few good licks left here:

    ^^^ original tune.

  4. little umbrellas Says:

    wake up and the morning and the first thing I read is Constipated Duck!?
    Blow by Blow kicks ass. first Jeff Beck I ever heard.

    you guys rock!

  5. BingosBrother Says:

    I also love the blues and chicago blues players.

  6. roberto luongo Says:

    another fav old school cat of mine I would always catch in Chicago that passed away recently

    magic slim and the teardrops. great original style. killer tone.

  7. roberto luongo Says:

    that dude has chops Kaya. great stuff.

    fuck me Bingos. that is the knew BOuncin Coda Roll.

    that Rat Dog shit is tear your ears off bad.

  8. little umbrellas Says:

    “Put on Steve Ray Vaughan, and I’m going home.”
    ha! I feel this way swell.

    -never seen Jeff Beck, but my one older Muso friend who’s been playing for decades saw him recently at the Fox. He was jaw agape, the only thing he could say about the show was, ‘he bent the shit out of his strings, stayed in tune the whole show, and he didn’t even tune his guitar once!’

  9. vapebraham Says:

    more lighthouse:

    w/ russian backing band in Arkhangelsk, russia.

  10. roberto luongo Says:

    wayne Kranth, Keith Carlock, Tim Levebre. WTF this is sick. Carlock and Kranth are just disgusting.

  11. dorn76 Says:

    Lotta great links here fellas. Thanks.

    Do you remember anything from Alpine Valley?


    Besides the tanks.


  12. little umbrellas Says:

    Stax Revue from 1967. -Oslo, Norway-

    Featuring Booker T and the MG’s, the Mar-Keys, Arthur Conley, Sam and Dave, Eddie Floyd, Otis Redding

    Get your Sam and Dave on, this show crushes. Love it.

  13. vapebraham Says:

    rl: had many a pleasant round the block strolls w/ lighthouse btw. and after sets. qual. dude.

    1990 lighthouse w/ kickdrum

  14. little umbrellas Says:

    Party Time, Buried Alive, Cars Trucks & Buses. Dooking it out for Jazzfest opener.

    dear god… how i pray for no delays.

  15. little umbrellas Says:

    member this shit?
    TJ Kirk.

    Charlie Hunter on 8-string guitar/bass, Scott Amendola on Drums, and John Schott & Will Bernard on guitars. Their mission was to blend the music of Thelonius Monk, James Brown, & Roland Kirk together.

    Guitar Guitar

  16. roberto luongo Says:

    how bout a bit of Feat at Jazzfest. plenty of horns around. fits the NOLA sounds.

    Spanish Moon or Fat Man would be epic.

  17. little umbrellas Says:

    Spanish Moon!

  18. little umbrellas Says:

    it’s like my Sunday morning over here:
    Relaxin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet

  19. Stoney Case Says:

    RL just won the BB. NOLA Spanish Moon (with)

  20. lumpyhead Says:

    that’s gold. great idea. RL

    Don’t understand why that one’s not in the rotation

  21. roberto luongo Says:

    w/ Sonny Landreth on slide guitar


  22. roberto luongo Says:

    best bottleneck playa eva!

  23. dorn76 Says:

    Tripe Face Boogie. That synth and the build 3 minutes in….GETS ME EVERY TIME.

    Missing AC Halloween a big regret. I know some pholks didn’t dig it, old discussion, but shit I would’ve been a happy son of a snowcone.

  24. dorn76 Says:


    Mellow, jazzy, instrumental Santana album from ’72.

    First time spin for me. First track is interesting….

  25. vapebraham Says:

    lovin Lurrie Bell.

    BB on fire today.

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