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video 02:36 Dick Dale, Frankie Avalon, Annette, Connie Stevens,  - "California Sun" As Performed In the 1987 Surf 'N Tune Testament To The Idea of An Orgastic Past In Pursuit of Resurrection, "Back To The Beach"

Dick Dale, Frankie Avalon, Annette, Connie...

Nature defines that all we shared as a culture will drift to sea only be set free once again upon a wave of reconsideration & invigorated reflection. I submit for your approval this curiously appealing clip that reminds of a celebrated period. It may not be profound but it captures a knowing smile,

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/11/2013 01:42 PM

audio 07:32 Bert Berns - National Public Radio Program - The Vital and Vibrant Contributions of This Enigmatic Writer, Producer and Record Label Chief Are Explored In This Enlightening N P R Broadcast

Bert Berns - National Public Radio Program...

The ghost of Bert Russell Berns will always wander through our personal streets of heartache, lovers lanes of loss and grief and the joyous paths that humans elect when they just wanna dance. He practiced the complete essence of musical deliverance.This is an overview of his sacred, soulful saga.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/10/2013 01:07 PM

audio 06:14 Neil Young - "Act Of Love" - Live At The Verde Valley Music Festival, October 22, 1994

Neil Young - "Act Of Love" - Live At The V...

It could be said that every page Neil has written within the galaxy of song is an act of love, faith, concern and unique arbitration of spirit. The path he has selected is one of humanity at any cost, kinder quests & rumbling inclusion. He delivers potions of prayers & we are so lucky to have him.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/09/2013 07:08 PM

audio 02:51 Duster Bennett - "I'm Gonna Wind Up Ending Up Or I'm Gonna End Up Winding Up With You" - The English Blues Scene Pioneer As Heard On The Blue Horizon Release "Justa Duster", 1969

Duster Bennett - "I'm Gonna Wind Up Ending...

He was a one man blues band in the Jesse Fuller tradition with harmonica skills that exhaled a fever of religious contentment. His first Les Paul was a gift from Peter Green and his Blue Horizon sessions are lessons in honest devotion. He was indeed Just a Duster and there could be no imitations.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/09/2013 06:14 PM

audio 02:39 Chip Taylor - "Me As I Am" - The Man Who Gave Us "Wild Thing" and Other Treasures From The Rock, Soul and Country Mines Performs A Marvelous Work From 1977 - From The Original Warner Brothers 45 RPM Release

Chip Taylor - "Me As I Am" - The Man Who G...

The lonesome truth of James Wesley Voight ( aka Chip Taylor) can be heard in the composed states of grace ‘Angel of The Morning’, Janis Joplin’s rendition of ‘Try’, Evie Sands hit ‘I Can’t Let Go’ and of course one of the greatest contributions to the unbound human glee machine, ‘Wild Thing.’

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/09/2013 04:01 PM

audio 07:10 Joni Mitchell - "Magdalene Laundry" - Recorded Live In Toronto, Canada - September 23rd, 1994 - This Is The Poetic Marvel Known As Joni At Her Very Best - From The Compact Disc 'Joni Mitchell - Canada 1994'

Joni Mitchell - "Magdalene Laundry" - Reco...

She recites with classical grace and elegant nuance as she embraces her six string lovers and finds places in human mist we never knew existed. Bobby Zimmerman encouraged this strange talent in many dreamers rising up from those new world folkish ranks. Joni excited an approach few had ever dared.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/07/2013 05:18 PM

video 07:13 Leonard Cohen,  Peter Paul and Mary, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan  - More From The 1977 Televison Series "All You Need Is Love" - Another Slice of Episode 12 - "Go Down, Moses!: Songs of War and Protest”

Leonard Cohen, Peter Paul and Mary, Pete ...

Protest just ain’t what it used to be. In a different age and rage we had leaders within a cause defining required actions that could deliver a Sunday punch to the out of touch upper class mass. Seeger, Woody and Cohen spoke generously of such intent. In many ways, they still light the way home.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/05/2013 02:55 PM

audio 06:21 Buddy Guy and Eric Clapton - An Unreleased Jam Recorded Live At Ronnie Scotts, London, October 6th, 1987 - Two Of The Greatest Guitar Slingers of All Time Duke It Out In England!!

Buddy Guy and Eric Clapton - An Unreleased...

The ‘66 LP release titled “It’s My Life Baby” was a life changing event for blue seekers. The album invited studio and live conquests of Junior Wells and his loyal electric compadre Buddy Guy. 20 years later, Buddy and Eric dueled in the fun reminding us just who designed the real Cream of the crop.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/03/2013 05:52 PM