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  1. #1241
    2/24 is a big music day for me:

    2/24/74 - The Dead play an absolute burner of a show at Winterland. Great set list consisting of a pretty tight 1st set and a beautiful, exploratory second set. We've got a great soundboard quality record as well.

    2/24/75 - Led Zeppelin release one of my favorite albums, "Physical Graffiti" which I think really captures them at their peak creativity.

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  3. #1243
    Quote Originally Posted by leftcoastdeac View Post
    2/24 is a big music day for me:

    2/24/74 - The Dead play an absolute burner of a show at Winterland. Great set list consisting of a pretty tight 1st set and a beautiful, exploratory second set. We've got a great soundboard quality record as well.

    2/24/75 - Led Zeppelin release one of my favorite albums, "Physical Graffiti" which I think really captures them at their peak creativity.
    2/23 and 2/24 from 1968 make up Dick's Picks 22, from Lake Tahoe. The Viola is the best I've ever heard, unquestionably.

  4. #1244
    this goes so much harder than your average dead tune, jerry was absolutely NOT fucking around


  5. #1245
    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    2/23 and 2/24 from 1968 make up Dick's Picks 22, from Lake Tahoe. The Viola is the best I've ever heard, unquestionably.
    I will check that out.

    The whole '71 run at the Capitol Theater that covers these dates is great as well.

  6. #1246
    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    This is tight. I've probably posted this before, but I love this interview w/him: https://www.furious.com/perfect/rlburnside.html

    "(Interrupted by the same employee passing through.)

    RL: You ain't got no tomato juice do ya? I like to make me a Bloody Motherfucker, ya know. A lot of people like to drink a Bloody Mary. When I go to a bar they say, "don't you mean a Bloody Mary?" And I say, "no I'd rather have a Bloody Motherfucker!" Tomato juice and Old Grandad. Cookin' with gas now.

    (I proceed to mix RL the first of many Bloody Motherfuckers.)"

  7. #1247
    Quote Originally Posted by Deacfan2009 View Post
    This is tight. I've probably posted this before, but I love this interview w/him: https://www.furious.com/perfect/rlburnside.html

    "(Interrupted by the same employee passing through.)

    RL: You ain't got no tomato juice do ya? I like to make me a Bloody Motherfucker, ya know. A lot of people like to drink a Bloody Mary. When I go to a bar they say, "don't you mean a Bloody Mary?" And I say, "no I'd rather have a Bloody Motherfucker!" Tomato juice and Old Grandad. Cookin' with gas now.

    (I proceed to mix RL the first of many Bloody Motherfuckers.)"
    His wiki page really escalated quicky:

    Three years after coming to Chicago,[12][17] Burnside went back south. He married Alice Mae Taylor in 1949 or 1950,[20][21][19] his second marriage.[9][n 3] He moved several times in the 1950s, between Memphis, Tennessee, the Mississippi Delta and the hill country of northern Mississippi.[22][8][23] During his time in the Delta, he met bluesmen Robert Lockwood Jr. and Aleck "Rice" Miller.[9][10] It seems it was around that time that Burnside killed a man, possibly at a craps game, was convicted of murder and incarcerated in Parchman Farm

  8. #1248
    Quote Originally Posted by tiltdeac View Post
    His wiki page really escalated quicky:
    Did you happen to catch the reference for that particular fact lol. What a character.

    About the incident he would recite, "I didn't mean to kill nobody. I just meant to shoot the sonofabitch in the head and two times in the chest. Him dying was between him and the Lord."

  9. #1249
    Any Bjork fans on here? I somehow had never listened to Debut until this week. What a poppy, accessible record.
    semi-aquatic like otters be.

  10. #1250
    Quote Originally Posted by Deacfan2009 View Post
    This is tight. I've probably posted this before, but I love this interview w/him: https://www.furious.com/perfect/rlburnside.html

    "(Interrupted by the same employee passing through.)

    RL: You ain't got no tomato juice do ya? I like to make me a Bloody Motherfucker, ya know. A lot of people like to drink a Bloody Mary. When I go to a bar they say, "don't you mean a Bloody Mary?" And I say, "no I'd rather have a Bloody Motherfucker!" Tomato juice and Old Grandad. Cookin' with gas now.

    (I proceed to mix RL the first of many Bloody Motherfuckers.)"
    I am thankful for the Sopranos, as it introduced me for the first time to RL.

  11. #1251
    Quote Originally Posted by TenaciousKory View Post
    Any Bjork fans on here? I somehow had never listened to Debut until this week. What a poppy, accessible record.
    Ya

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    sooo goooodddd
    semi-aquatic like otters be.

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    Since Bobby finally got free. Look forward to his forthcoming album.

  14. #1254
    top 10 rap song of the decade no doubt

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    I'm more of a fan of The Sugarcubes than a Bjork fan. Similar to Phil Collins with Genesis.

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