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Vanilla Fudge - Some velvet morning (1969)

I freaking love the Beat Club. Preserving all these fantastic performances.

Joe Walsh - Rocky Mountain Way

Grand Funk Railroad - I'm Your Captain - Shea Stadium 1971

Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends (Live)

We all definitely need a little help from our friends right now.

Peace, ya'll

Eric Burdon & War - Spill The Wine

Chicago - 25 or 6 to 4 - 7/21/1970 - Tanglewood

Boston - Foreplay / Long Time

I can't count the number of times this tune blew the doors off my Chevelle in Bear Creek Park. 100 watt amp, home stereo speakers sitting in the backseat cause I did not have money for the custom stuff at the time, but man those house speakers blew the heck out of that car.

Fleetwood Mac - The Chain

I can remember many a night with Rumours blasting on my headset after a night of full on glory. I was only sad when I had to get up and flip the record, but then...that was part of it, still is.

Love Reign O'er Me

Love Reign O'er Me refers to Meher Baba's one time comment that rain was a blessing from God; that thunder was God's Voice. It's another plea to drown, only this time in the rain. Jimmy goes through a suicide crisis. He surrenders to the inevitable, and you know, you know, when it's over and he goes back to town he'll be going through the same shit, being in the same terrible family situation and so on, but he's moved up a level. He's weak still, but there's a strength in that weakness. He's in danger of maturing.


Beggars Opera - Raymond's Road (1971)

Beggars Opera was a Scottish progressive rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, formed in 1969 by guitarist Ricky Gardiner, vocalist Martin Griffiths, and bassist Marshall Erskine. The line-up consisted of Ricky Gardiner (guitar/vocals) (born 31 August 1948, Edinburgh, Scotland), Alan Park (keyboards) (born 10 May 1951, Glasgow, Scotland), Martin Griffiths (vocals) (born 8 October 1949, Newcastle upon Tyne) Marshall Erskine (bass/flute) and Raymond Wilson (drums). After working together building parts of the M40 Motorway near Beaconsfield, the lads moved back to Glasgow to look for an organist and drummer and found Alan Park and Ray Wilson. After an intensive time in rehearsal they took up residency at Burns Howff club/pub in West Regent Street in the center of Glasgow. Tours of Europe followed and the band found success in Germany, appearing on German TV's legendary Beat-Club, then at the First British Rock Meeting in Speyer in September 1971.


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