1) Come on Children, Let’s Sing / 2) How Great Thou Art / 3) Elijah Rock / 4) Banter / 5) Banter / 6) Just A Closer Walk With Thee / 7) Hello Dolly / 8) When The Saints Go Marching In / 9) Mack The Knife / 10) Applause/Encore / 11) Applause/Announcer
Posted by Rich Buckland, 12/05/2014 05:22 PM
Quote The Burroughs, Always More: “Desperation is the raw material of drastic change. Only those who can leave behind everything they have ever believed in can hope to escape.” “Perhaps all pleasure is only relief.” “Hustlers of the world, there is one mark you cannot beat: the mark inside.”
Posted by Rich Buckland, 12/03/2014 07:48 PM
Bill and Bobby Hearne-”The Last Thing I Needed”/Guy Clark-”Anyhow, I Love You”/Rick Stein-”Another Lonely Night In Austin”/Townes Van Zandt-”Poncho and Lefty”/Augie Meyer-”Down To Mexico”/Milton Carroll-”Lovin’ You That’s All”/Hondo Crouch-”Luckenbach Daybreak”/Bobby Bridger- “Free My Spirit”.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 11/25/2014 10:36 PM
Texas Fever- “Drunken Lady of The Morning” / Steve Fromholz-“Birds and Wolverines”/ The Threadgills- “I’m A Drifter”/ B.W. Stevenson- “Shambala”/ Willie Nelson- “The Party’s Over”/ Timberline Rose-”Camille’s Blues”/Steve Fromholz-”Dear Darcy”/ J.J Walker-”Charile Dunn”- Townes Van Zandt-”Techumseh”
Posted by Rich Buckland, 11/25/2014 12:07 AM
Charles was known for a combative nature, provocatively enhanced when alcohol was added to his biological equation. Bukowski could be one of the meanest SOB’s on the planet as well as a charming creature from a blackened lagoon. He was finally an incredibly sweet carpenter of knowing poetic dreams.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 11/18/2014 07:06 PM
1) Special Delivery Blues / 2 That Song About The Midway / 3 You Got To Know How / 4 Give It Up Or Let Me Go / 5 I Feel The Same / 6 Love Me Like A Man / 7 Everybody’s Cryin’ Mercy / 8 Write Me A Few Of Your Lines / Kokomo Blues / 9 Rollin’ And Tumblin’ / 10 You’ve Been In Love Too Long
Posted by Rich Buckland, 11/16/2014 08:47 PM
The complete 1967 Smithsonian Folkways Album featuring contributions from the American Treasure Chest of admirable writers and performers. A One Hour call to conscience during a period of ruthless division and chaos in a Nation troubled by a devastating war.
Posted by Rich Buckland, 11/09/2014 05:53 PM