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Something that Tammy Wynette is probably better known for

 


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he can't because if he plays any of Garcia's riffs the video gets blocked.

That's insane! The Grateful Dead were probably the most bootlegged band in the history of rock, and they encouraged it. Turn up at one of their earlier gigs with a reel-to-reel, and the crew would likely offer you a direct feed from the sound deck.

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It seems that it is the rights holders that set up the blocking - some are willing to let music clips be used in return for a share of any money gained by the video whereas some will just block anything and cannot be negotiated with. Rick says there are lots of great musicians who are being forgotten about or remain undiscovered because no-one who likes them can use any of their music in videos - (he gives an example of a 2 minute clip from an hour long Jazz improvisation getting blocked).


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A song called 'She's Not There' just came up on the Youtube recommended list. I think that this is the first version that I heard

 

before discovering the original

 


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what a great guitarist Jerry Garcia was but he can't because if he plays any of Garcia's riffs the video gets blocked

Talking of such, have some Clementine Jam. The two drummers come across well too!

That track is one of the few examples of a so-called 'Bonus Track' on a CD that's actually worth having.

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Can't think of any good Bonus Tracks at the minute. This one is a B-side recorded at the time that the Blizzard of Ozz album came out. I expected it to be added to the CD version but it wasn't so I still don't have a proper recording of it.

 


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Another live track that I like that doesn't appear to have a studio version.

 


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Another B-side, not on the album.

 

 


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Spanish Eyes was also the title of one of my mother's favourite songs.

 


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RIP Dusty Hill...

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Saw ZZ Top at the refectory at the University of Leeds (where the Who's Live at Leeds was recorded) on the Eliminator tour. Saw them a few months later at Castle Donington (one of those customized cars like on the album cover was driving around part of the track but don't know if it was anyone from the band). Got quite a few ZZ Top albums, mainly the older ones.

 

 


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A bird or squirrel had dug a big hole in the soil in a plant-pot in the garden. I was just filling in the hole with some new soil when a very old song title popped into my mind. I think I probably heard this on the Anne Nightingale request show in the late 70's or in the 80's.

 


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Steve Hillage played in Gong. He was part of the Canterbury scene, as was Caravan...

Pure prog rock! Saw them in 1970 at the local college, stoned-out!

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Another song that got played a few times on the Anne Nightingale show was by Steve Hillage

 


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From the land of grey and pink, up north, to the green and grey


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Now,.......

Something far from the beaten path


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Something far from the beaten path

If we're going off-piste, we should head for deviation street...

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After deviation street, the next stop is desolation row...

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Another strange song that I heard on the radio decades ago

 

 

A bit of research shows that Roky Erickson was a member of the 13th Floor Elevators who I have heard of - can't remember if any of their songs are on this thread.


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I had a look at the story behind the Deviation Street track and found that a character called Mick Farren was involved. This is a name that I recognise from a long way way back as he wrote some songs with a Mister Kilmister

 


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The title of this song

reminded me of this song

which was on a compilation album of early Quo songs that I acquired from an older brother around 1978 after he had lost interest in it. Think this must be from their Pop Psychedelic phase.

 


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Using this track as the music for when in proximity to a space-station

 


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Gimme Shelter is a classic!

 

R.I.P. Lee "Scratch" Perry...

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Gimme Shelter (along with Little Wing) is a song that I knew about for decades without ever actually hearing the song - they were never played on any rock show I listened to - got the CD's 8 or 10 years ago though.

Probably heard some of the Perry songs as John Peel used to play a lot of Reggae. Most of the Reggae that I know is Bob Marley and songs / covers by Punk bands (The Clash, Ruts, Stiff Little Fingers).


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