I realize that the Evolution of Rock goes back to the 19th Century. Or fifteenth or something.
Didn't watch the vid. Maybe later when we're in town on the non-data-capped cable connection.
Meanwhile, good morning. (Still is here, anyway.)
New recording, old recordings, whatever I can find to pad this out
Wow. Just watched the 17yo Tina playing Moonlight Sonata.
Calls to mind Beethoven let loose in a modern music emporium at the mall by Bill & Ted.
A last few links before I fade for the night...
The Last Weaver dies
Daniel Kreps, Rolling Stone
Gee but it's great to be back home.
Home is where I want to beeeee, boys.
Kindltot #207: Goodnight. Have some Tubes.
Thanks for the couple of Merle Haggard music links, up above.
Milady and I went to see Timbuk3 at a concert in Chicago.
They had a virtual digital drummer.
That were cute otherwise, but that may have been our last "live" concert.
The Heavenly Orchestra and Choir must be amazed at the rockers our world keeps sending up.
(Christ smiles: Dig my world!)
c/o Reaganite Republican
bb: "One consequence was that the city of Hamburg experienced an influx of Hungarian refugees in late 1948...."
Um? The post-WW2 Hungarian influence on Brahms, eh?
Joiiiiiiiiie to th world...
Yes, I did see Three Dog Night live. I had a girlfriend. We went to concerts.
Thank you muchos, cthulhu, for the Clapton-Cale clip!
Talent is one thing. Skill in expressing one's talents is quite another