Wednesday, November 30, 2011

It Had To Be You - Dick Haymes and Helen Forrest

SEND FOR OUT FREE BOOKLET

FATS WALLER SHOW. "Shout, brother, shout" ("moon walk")

"FATS" WALLER SHOW. "Moo Cow Boogie"

Fats Waller - Stardust (1937)

Fats Waller - You're A Viper (The Reefer Song)

Georgia White - The Stuff Is Here 1937 Blues Jazz Drug Songs

Georgia White - Was I Drunk 1936 Jazz - Blues

Jazz Gillum & his Jazz Boys - Reefer Head Woman 1938

The Ink Spots - That Cat Is High (1938)

DOPE HEAD BLUES ~VICTORIA SPIVEY

Larry Adler - Smoking Reefers 1938

Ella Fitzgerald Wacky Dust

Cab Calloway - Reefer Man

Joan Baez - It Ain't Me Babe

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Indigo Girls - Fare thee well

JOAN BAEZ ~ Fare Thee Well ~

Bob Dylan A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall Live at Town Hall 1963 (14/25)

Bob Dylan Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues Live at Town Hall 1963 (8/25)

Bob Dylan Don't Think Twice, It's Alright Live Town Hall 1963 (21/25)

Bob Dylan Boots of Spanish Leather - Live at Town Hall 1963 (9/25)

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Bob Dylan Dusty Old Fairgrounds Live Town Hall 1963 (15/25)

Bob Dylan--CHIMES OF FREEDOM (lyrics below)



Far between sundown's finish an' midnight's broken toll
We ducked inside the doorways, thunder went crashing
As majestic bells of bolts struck shadows in the sounds
Seeming to be the chimes of freedom flashing

Flashing for the warriors whose strength is not to fight
Flashing for the refugees on the unarmed road of flight
And for each and every underdog soldier in the night
And we gazed upon the chimes of freedom flashing

Through the city's melted furnace, unexpectedly we watched
With faces hidden as the walls were tightening
As the echo of the wedding bells before the blowin' rain
Dissolved into the bells of the lightning

Tolling for the rebel, tolling for the rake
Tolling for the luckless, the abandoned and forsaken
Tolling for the outcast burnin' constantly at stake
And we gazed upon the chimes of freedom flashing

Through the mad mystic hammering of the wild ripping hail
The sky cracked its poems in naked wonder
That the clinging of the church bells blew far into the breeze
Leaving only bells of lightning and its thunder

Striking for the gentle, striking for the kind
Striking for the guardians and protectors of the mind
And the poet and the painter far behind his rightful time
And we gazed upon the chimes of freedom flashing

In the wild cathedral evening the rain unraveled tales
For the disrobed faceless forms of no position
Tolling for the tongues with no place to bring their thoughts
All down in taken for granted situations

Tolling for the deaf and blind, tolling for the mute
For the mistreated, mateless mother, the mistitled prostitute
For the misdemeanor outlaw chained and cheated by pursuit
And we gazed upon the chimes of freedom flashing

Even though a cloud's white curtain in a far-off corner flashed
And the hypnotic splattered mist was slowly lifting
Electric light still struck like arrows, fired but for the ones
Condemned to drift or else be kept from drifting

Tolling for the searching ones on their speechless seeking trail
For the lonesome hearted lovers with too personal a tale
And for each unharmful, gentle soul misplaced inside a jail
And we gazed upon the chimes of freedom flashing

Starry-eyed and laughing, as I recall when we were caught
Trapped by no track of hours for they hang suspended
As we listened one last time and we watched with one last look
Spellbound and swallowed till the tolling ended

Tolling for the aching whose wounds cannot be nursed
For the countless confused, accused, misused, strung-out ones and worse
And for every hung up person in the whole wide universe
And we gazed upon the chimes of freedom flashing

Bob Dylan - She Belongs to me (Live 1966)

Bob Dylan - It's all over now baby blue

Bob Dylan - Death Of Emmett Till

Bob Dylan - Lonesome Whistle Blues

Bob Dylan - Stealin' & Conversation

Bob Dylan - Fixin' To Die

Bob Dylan - Tell Me, Baby

Bob Dylan - Hard Travel

Bob Dylan - Roll On, John

Bob Dylan - Long Time Man Feel Bad

Bob Dylan - Baby Please Dont Go

Bob Dylan - Hard Times In New York

(She) Was a Friend of Mine - Bob Dylan

(e Was a Friend of Mine - RIP Mary Travers

Guess I'm Doing Fine

Bob Dylan - If You Gotta Go, Go Now

I always loved this song. He never failed to sing it in concert in those early days, although it never appeared on any of his Columbia discography.

Mr Tambourine Man - Bob Dylan (LIVE@Newport Folk Festival - 1964)

That's me, so casually leaving my second row seat at the 30 second mark. I'd heard him play it through for the first time about four hours before, and thought it an opportune time to see if any of my friends were in a crowd of standees to the right of the stage. My moment of video fame. Short moment!

The Bailes Brothers,Remember Me

Bob Dylan - Remember Me (When The Candle Lights Are Gleamin')

What a great array of early Dylan photos. The song is one I sang with my uncles' band back around 1947. The version we did was copied from the Bailes Brothers. I'll post that next.

Marianne Faithfull Down by the Salley Garden

ONCE I HAD A SWEETHEART ~MARIANNE FAITHFULL and then CAROLYN HESTER

CAROLYN HESTER Wreck of the Old '97

Carolyn Hester - The Water is Wide - 1961

Carolyn Hester - Ill Fly Away

Bonnie Dobson - Morning Dew - Live At Folk City 1962

I was a fan of Bonnie Dobson before I'd ever heard of Joan Baez or Judy Collins. She and Carolyn Hester were played on WBZ in Boston about 6 months before the other two. When Joan came east to attend B.U., she exploded onto the scene and Bonnie & Carolyn lost their niche.

Annie & the Hedonists - "You're a Good Old Wagon"

WYATT EARP THEME SONG.wmv

STOP THE TRAIN (I'm leaving!)

Stop the Train by Bob Marley on Grooveshark

Charlie Parker - I've Got Rhythm (Best jazz ever)

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If enacted, a new law would make it so a simple allegation of copyright infringement—with no review process—could lead to the shutdown of sites from YouTube to Wikipedia to MoveOn.org.1 Any website, foreign or U.S.-based, could be wiped out on suspicion and made unavailable to everyone in the world.

For example, if you (or Justin Bieber) wanted to post a video to YouTube of yourself singing a Beatles song, a record company could force the Department of Justice to shut down YouTube. Really.2

But as you may have guessed, Congress didn't come up with this tragically terrible idea on their own. Lobbyists representing Comcast, Pfizer, record and movie companies, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce3 have been pushing Democrats and Republicans to pass bills to allow this new kind of Internet censorship. And they're close to getting their way.

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Senator Ron Wyden from Oregon is one of our champions. He has promised to start a historic filibuster of the Internet Censorship Act where he'll read the names of every person that signs a petition against Internet censorship.4 It's the perfect opportunity for 5 million Internet-connected progressives to visibly add their voice to a Senate debate. The more of us that sign, the stronger this effort to block this terrible law will be.

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We know that the Internet's openness, freedom, and lack of censorship are what make it a bastion of infinite possibility, continued innovation, and job creation. Innovative companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Mozilla, and Yahoo have spoken out against this law, saying: 

We should not jeopardize a foundational structure that has worked for content owners and Internet companies alike and provides certainty to innovators with new ideas for how people create, find, discuss, and share information lawfully online.5

Internet venture capitalists say that the legislation is "ripe for abuse,"6 and leading law professors reject it because it will "allow the government to block Internet access to websites."7

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2. "Why Is Justin Bieber So Hackin Mad?" SaveTheInternet.com, November 2, 2011
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=268061&id=33343-17630246-CaTSUTx&t=6

3. "Five things to know about SOPA," The Washington Post, November 16, 2011
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=268062&id=33343-17630246-CaTSUTx&t=7

4. "Wyden to read petition names during copyright filibuster," The Hill, November 21, 2011
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=268065&id=33343-17630246-CaTSUTx&t=8

5. "SOPA opposition from tech heavyweights Google, Facebook," CBS News, November 17, 2011
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=268063&id=33343-17630246-CaTSUTx&t=9

6. "The PROTECT IP Act Will Slow Startup Innovation," Union Square Ventures, June 23, 2011
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=268064&id=33343-17630246-CaTSUTx&t=10

7. "Law Professors' Letter on SOPA," Electronic Frontier Foundation, November 15, 2011
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=268067&id=33343-17630246-CaTSUTx&t=11

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Dizzy Gillespie - Bebop

NEW YORK - NEW YORK ~ FRANK SINATRA & LIZA MINELLI

Saturday, November 26, 2011

The Doors and John Lee Hooker - Roadhouse Blues (Complete)

John Lee Hooker - Crawlin' King Snake (Live)

Ry Cooder - Dark Was the Night.wmv

Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder (Rising Sons) - Dust My Broom.wmv

Elmore James - The Sky is Crying

Don't Bogart That Joint!

Brewer & Shipley - One Toke Over The Line

Country Joe and the fish- Marijuana

Panama Red

Jazz Gillum & hid Jazz Boys - Reefer Head Woman 1938

Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson - Dope Head Blues (1927)

Victoria Spivey - Black Snake Blues

Memphis Minnie - If you See my Rooster (Please Run Him Home)

'Drunken Barrelhouse Blues' MEMPHIS MINNIE (1934) Memphis Blues Guitar L...

'Doctor Doctor Blues' MEMPHIS MINNIE (1935) Memphis Blues Guitar Legend

'I'm A Bad Luck Woman' MEMPHIS MINNIE (1936) Memphis Blues Guitar Legend

Friday, November 25, 2011

'Chickasaw Train Blues' MEMPHIS MINNIE (1934) Memphis Blues Guitar Legend

Jelly Roll Morton - Maple Leaf Stomp

Jelly Roll Morton - Hesitation Blues

Jelly Roll Morton - Winin' Boy Blues

After You've Gone - Jelly Roll Morton

Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra - Way Down Yonder In New Orleans - OKe...

Ted Weems' Orch. - She's Got It, 1927

The Savoy Orpheans - Baby Face, 1926

Puttin' On The Ritz - The Clevelanders, 1930

Annette Hanshaw - I Can't Give You Anything But Love

Annette Hanshaw - Am I Blue-1929

Annette Hanshaw-- Mean To Me

Mean To Me - Annette Hanshaw - 1929 - with Animation

Annette Hanshaw - I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling

Annette Hanshaw - I Must Have That Man (1928)

Annette Hanshaw - If You Can't Tell The World (1926)

Annette Hanshaw - Do, Do, Do (1926)

Annette Hanshaw - Black Bottom (1926)

Annette Hanshaw - I Must Have That Man (1928)

Lee Morse - Side By Side (1927)

"Aint She Sweet?" (Gene Austin, 1927)

"Yes, Sir! That's My Baby!" (Lee Morse, 1925)

Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra - The Charleston

Paul Whiteman - Happy Feet

Paul Whiteman - My Blue Heaven (1927)

Paul Whiteman, Bing Crosby, "MAKE BELIEVE" (1928)

Bing Crosby - Paul Whiteman's Orchestra - The Calinda -

Paul Whiteman, Bing Crosby "Sunshine" (1928)

1920's Jazz Bands - Abe Lyman - Oriole Orchestra - Bud Jackson

The Six Hottentots (w Red Nichols) - The Memphis Blues - Banner 1986

Rick Nelson Garden Party 1985

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Django Reinhardt - Tears, Paris 21 04 1937

Josephine Baker - You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?) 1931 Slideshow

Laura Nyro- Stoned Soul Picnic

SEEMS LIKE SIX THOUSAND YEARS...

Born About Six Thousand Years Ago by Doc Watson on Grooveshark

Grace Slick - Let it go

JANIS JOPLIN - A WOMAN LEFT LONELY

Bessie Smith - A Good Man is Hard to Find

Bessie Smith - Need A Little Sugar In My Bowl (1931)

Bessie Smith - After You've Gone (1927)

Vaughn De Leath - Are You Lonesome Tonight (1927)

Gene Austin - My Blue Heaven (1927)

My father's sister played piano and she had mountains of sheet music from as early as 1912. I grew up listening to the music of the twenties and thirties. Brings back a lot of memories.

Love Me or Leave Me Ruth Etting

Annette Hanshaw - I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling

Annette Hanshaw - Happy Days Are Here Again

FDR's campaign song. Let's not let the Tycoons and modern day Robber Barons drag us back to the abyss that Harding, Coolidge and Hoover put us into. As bleak as this class war seems to us right now, it's the righteous fight that we've had to fight since the beginning of time, and whether we believe in IT or not, God is on OUR side!

Annette Hanshaw - Button Up Your Overcoat

Annette Hanshaw - You're the Cream in My Coffee (1928)

Annette Hanshaw - I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling

Annette Hanshaw - I Get The Blues When It Rains (1929)

IT\'S CARVING TIME - 1940\'s Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts - blood on the tracks, new york se...

Japan 1986 BUDOKAN ⑬Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Cyndi Lauper She Bop Live At Budokan

Cheap Trick - Surrender - from Budokan DVD

Dream Police - Houston Astrodome 1989 - Cheap Trick

The Flame - Cheap Trick - Houston Astrodome 1989

Ain't That A Shame - Houston Astrodome 1989 - Cheap Trick

I Want You To Want Me - Cheap Trick - Houston 1989

Don't Be Cruel - Houston Astrodome 1989 - Cheap Trick

Slade live at Reading '80, Something Else - Pistol Packin' Mama - Keep a...

Golden Gate Orchestra (California Ramblers) - Ramblin' Blues - Perfect 1...

Monday, November 14, 2011

La Vie en Rose - Audrey Hepburn

Billie Holiday-When You're Smiling

Judy Garland: If I Had You

Casablanca - As Time Goes By - Original Song by Sam (Dooley Wilson)

Josephine Baker - Blue Skies - 1927 - Irving Berlin

Jazz singer Ann Baker w/ Billy Eckstine 1946

Billy Eckstine - "In the still of the night"

hoagy carmichael/stardust (original vocal version)

867-5309/Jenny, LIVE

Abbott & Costello: "Two Tens for a Five"

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Roy Hogsed - Cocaine Blues 1948

Muddy Waters - Champagne & Reefer

Cab Calloway - Reefer Man High Quality

Richard Jones & his Jazz wizards - Blue Reefer Blues (1925 ?)

Lorrain Walton - If You're A Viper (1938)

Buck Washington - Save The Roach For Me (1944)

Larry Adler - Smoking Reefers 1938

Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson - Dope Head Blues (1927)

Jim Stafford - Wildwood Weed