Little Feat?.....Hell yeah!!
Clash - Live at the Apollo '78
Sights and sounds of a rainy Saturday for a child of the seventies:
Looney tunes, of course...
Land of the lost:
Wide World of Sports:
^from wwos, bigger than Batman, Pete Rose, and Luke Skywalker all put together.:
A little golf...bump to commercial:
The rain stopped; let's play some wiffleball in the street!
Train Kept a Rollin makes me think of my very 1st concert with Aerosmith headlining, but opening up for them was this crazy guy in a loincloth who could play the hell out of his huge Gibson Birdland guitar and they were incredibly LOUD. We were on the floor 25 ft from the stage and I'm 6'5" so my ears had no protection and rang for a week after the show....Good Times :) This TN & Amboy Dukes oldie has a Ventures instrumental feel to it :
If "Weird AL" and Bjork had a child together, even that kid would say this is some pretty weird shizzle right here:
I remember it well.
Speakin' of Weird Al, this guy was his guitar player for a long time....
If you're gonna do Sweet, you gottta go with this
Here's Kingfish with Bob Weir (also of the Grateful Dead) covering an old Marty Robbins ballad.
Henry Gross is a man of contradictions, He was born & raised in Brooklyn and the song we know him for (posted here) is called "Southern Band". This song & the album it's off of called "Plug Me Into Something" is way different than his 1 Hit Wonder song called "Shannon" where he rivals any BeeGee in upper octave vocals. It's a song about Brian Wilson's dog of all things :)
We knew him as a good guitar playin' rocker, but Shannon & his later work as a member of Sha Na Na beg to differ. Give this clip 18 seconds for the needle to drop