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"Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians" Episode Soundtrack- Music Featured In "Of Coltrane, Corona and The Language of Jazz" & Other Gems - 14 Tracks Highlighting A Diversified Sanctuary Of Sound From Jazz To Country

1) Bunny Berigan – 2) Lester Young 3) Charlie Parker 4) John Coltrane 5) Charles Lloyd 6) Jerry Lee Lewis 7) Charlie Parker 8) Coleman Hawkins 9) George Jones 10) John Coltrane 11) Al Jolson 12) Merle Haggard 13) Lester Young – CLICK TITLE FOR FULL LIST

Posted 04/01/2020 03:45 PM

"Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians" - Of Coltrane, Corona and The Language of Jazz -A Feast of Soul & Inspiration - W/ The Spiritual Sounds Of John Coltrane, Jerry Lee Lewis, Lester Young , Coleman Hawkins, Al Jolson & Hosts Bill Mesnik & Rich Buckland

Posted 03/31/2020 04:34 PM

George Jones- Live at The Bottom Line, New York City- June 6, 1981- George Jones Walked and Sang the Line Between Joyous, Soulful Delirium and the Unbearable Weight That Human Anguish Can Deliver- Featuring Guests Linda Rondstadt and Johnny Paycheck

1 Ragged But Right 2 The Race Is On 3 Rollin’ In My Sweet Baby’s Arms 4 Bartender’s Blues 5 Grand Tour 6 Tell Me My Lying Eyes Are Wrong 7 You Better Treat Your Man Right 8 White Lightning 9 Once You’ve Had the Best AND MORE!

Posted 10/17/2015 05:29 PM

George Jones - "Bartender Blues" - One of The Most Remarkable Voices To Ever Address A Musical Emotion - The James Taylor Composition As Sung By George, Plus Insightful Narrative and Production Legend Billy Sherrill - From The Film "The Same 'Ole Me"

This segment begins to define the George Jones surge into Pop culture lore. His personal saga is reflected in every note engaged. Jones ran from the star spectrum he felt destined to suffocate his gift. In doing so he became a “Possum”, forever loved

Posted 05/30/2013 09:54 PM

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George Jones - With Elvis Costello - "Stranger In The House" - From The 1979 LP "George Jones and Very Special Guests" - A Duet That Broke New Ground In The Delicate Soil of Pop Goes The Country

Something was happening to George Jones in the late 1970’s. He was still struggling to maintain consistent centers of sobriety but he was gaining a devoted following among artist’s such as Elvis Costello, The Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra and Linda Ronstadt. Pop music was discovering George Jones.

Posted 04/30/2013 05:41 PM

George Jones - 'It Ain't Gonna Worry My Mind'. From The 1996 Album 'I Lived To Tell It All'. He was and shall always be the greatest singer of Country Blues that ever lived. As simply an American vocalist, there have been very few any better.

George Jones was one of my most significant musical influences within a craft I desired to practice. The messages began filtering in from Jackie Wilson at 7 years of age, Al Jolson at 8, Ray Charles & Sinatra at 9, Rev. Gary Davis at 12, Zimmerman at 13, Phil Ochs at 14. Then along came Jones tones

Posted 04/26/2013 03:57 PM

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Hank Williams Tribute- Some Zany Clips From The Infamous Musical "Country On Broadway"!

What is left to say about “Luke The Drifter” himself, Hank Williams? Well, this tribute contains a few tidbits you will not find elsewhere.and may very well answer that question. Get a load of a teenage Hank Jr., a very dramatic Audrey Williams and the legendary Hank Snow. A forgotton joy. 10 min.

Posted 12/29/2010 08:25 AM