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video 23:39 Otis Redding- The Beat!!!- The 26th and Final Episode of This Superb Soul TV Program From Dallas, Tex, 1966-  With Garnet Mimms, Percy Sledge, Patti Labelle, Sam and Dave & More- Hosted By Otis Redding

Otis Redding- The Beat!!!- The 26th and Fi...

During the 60’s British invasion, a problematic issue of U.S artists struggling to compete evolved. The first true casualty was the sound of Soul which had just started to attain the mainstream recognition that it desereved. For only 26 episodes Bill Allen hosted the best local program of the 60’s.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/24/2012 11:07 AM

video 04:47 Frank Sinatra-The Unseen Westchester Premier Theater Performance Of  'It Was A Very Good Year'- 1977- From Frank's Legendary 'September Of My Years' Album

Frank Sinatra-The Unseen Westchester Premi...

Sinatra. One of the rarest talents to have ever walked the planet. This artist created a vocal art form that is rarely heard emulated in today’s Pop marketplace. Yet, his legend is as alive as any vocalist who has ever inhabited a human existance. Ladies and Gentlemen: Frank.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/20/2012 11:48 AM

audio 05:31 Neil Young and Pearl Jam- 'Mr. Soul'. Rare Live Recording From Seattle, 1993.

Neil Young and Pearl Jam- 'Mr. Soul'. Rare...

Of all of the great Rock collaberations within the last 20 years, the union of Neil Young and Pearl Jam stands among one of the finest. These artists have an appreciation and understanding of the realm each inhabits that creates passionate versions of material both hold dear. Here they are in ‘93

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/22/2012 07:47 AM

audio 06:06 Tom Waits- 'San Diego Serenade'- Live At The Agora, Cleveland, Ohio, New Years Eve, 1976

Tom Waits- 'San Diego Serenade'- Live At T...

Here is the glory, the mercy, the poetic luminescence and the gravel road that is Tom Waits in all of it’s sublime, hipster fever. This recording can be found on the Splender of Bohemia release- Last Call In Cleveland which was recorded live at the Agora Club on December 31, 1976. Enjoy my friends.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/14/2012 02:44 PM

video 05:11 Buddy Guy Meets Muddy Waters ( And Jimi Too!) From 'Lightning In A Bottle'- 2004

Buddy Guy Meets Muddy Waters ( And Jimi To...

The path was forged way before Robert Johnson and Charlie Patton but they started the fire that led towards the recognition of Blues as the core genre of Rock inspiration. What can be said of the depths explored by Muddy, Buddy and then of course Jimi? Well here is a crash course.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/12/2012 10:11 AM

audio 01:42 The Amazing Criswell- 'Someone Walked Over My Grave!' Rare Acetate From The Off Beat, 50's Psychic Who Opened 'Plan 9 From Outer Space'.

The Amazing Criswell- 'Someone Walked Over...

Anyone who has seen either Tim Burton’s ‘Ed Wood’ or the Edward D. Wood classic ‘Plan 9 From Outer Space’ knows something about the man who called himself The Amazing Criswell. Jeron Criswell Konig was an off beat 1950’s, Los Angeles TV personality, the likes of whom we shall never see again.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/07/2012 09:47 AM

video 01:56 The 'Beat' Poets Speak!- William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Jim Carroll, Anne Waldman, Ed Sanders- A Short Excursion Through Literary Grace.

The 'Beat' Poets Speak!- William S. Burrou...

They were the most significant composers of word art since Walt Whitman, James Joyce and Marcel Proust. These writers expanded upon visions considered taboo or too uncomfortable for the relaxed printed page. Marvel within the domain of Burroughs, Ginsberg, Waldman and the children they inspired.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/25/2012 08:33 AM

video 03:35 Peter Rowan and The Texas Trio -Featuring Tony Rice and Jerry Douglas- Live At The Greyfox Bluegrass Festival-From The Documentary 'Bluegrass Journey'

Peter Rowan and The Texas Trio -Featuring ...

Here is a treat from one our most original musicians. Mr. Rowan has been at it since 1966 when Elektra Records picked up his group ‘Earth Opera’. Since that time his contributions have been numerous and wondrous. His most prolific was the iconic gathering that rendered the album ‘Old and In The Way

Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/24/2012 04:35 PM