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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

Two marvelous covers of classic tunes from the '60's


Originally by Buffalo Springfield
"Expecting To Fly" ~ Echo In The Canyon, featuring, [Bob Dylan's son] Jakob Dylan & Regina Spektor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRpzru04GKo

Originally by The Mamas And The Papas
"Go Where You Wanna Go" ~ Echo In The Canyon, feature Jakob Dylan & Jade Castrinos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdyCCvBV5ic

If you love the music of the mid to late '60's the 2019 release of "Echo In The Canyon", a documentary produced and directed by Andrew Slater, hosted by Jakob Dylan, is a must see... imho.
Michelle Phillips is prominent in the account and the reminiscing.
It's a fascinating story about the small, but well known, community enclave that exists between the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood in the Santa Monica Mountains and back-in-the-day it was a place where some of the most influential musicians of the time were living and congregating. In the '60's, Nor Cal had Marin Co. and "The City", aka San Francisco, but in So Cal, it was Laurel Canyon. I grew up about five miles from there and my dad was just exiting the music "industry" in 1964, so I know of a few of the studios and the producers mentioned in the film.
It is also includes the last known video taped interview with Tom Petty before He died.
Interviews with David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, Brian Wilson, Jackson Browne, John Sebastian, Ringo Starr and Roger McGuinn, to name more than a few, are in the film.
Jakob plays a number of the classic songs of the time accompanied by various musicians that were a part of the ortininal groups that released those songs and also accompanied by a bevy of contemporary female vocalists that, I think, were perfect for the tunes played.
Regina Spektor, Cat Power, Jade Castinos [whom is so lovely and is so exuberant in her performances... wow] to name a few.
The album produced from the soundtrack, "Echo In The Canyon", is solid, through and through.
See It, hear it and, if you're old enough, re-live it.
You youngsters likely will enjoy it too.

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Posted this before. Throwback.

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Yet another great tune from the recently released album, of the movie/documentary, "Echo In The Canyon"
This tune has me en-rapt...as for it is a, 'it haunts me, keeps itself humming in the back of my mind all day", kind of song.
There's quite a little story behind the song as it released on the Byrd's 1966 album, "Turn, Turn, Turn" under the same title and released both as the "B side" and the "A side" of the same 45 rpm single...but it had also been released previously with a different title...and it was an altogether different recording too.

From wikipedia: ""It Won't Be Wrong" was composed in 1964 by the Byrds lead guitarist Jim McGuinn and his friend Harvey Gerst, who was an acquaintance from McGuinn's days as a folk singer at The Troubadour folk club in West Hollywood, California. The song originally appeared with the alternate title of "Don't Be Long" on the B-side of a single that the Byrds had released on Elektra Records in October 1964, under the pseudonym the Beefeaters. By the time the song was re-recorded in September 1965, during the recording sessions for the Byrds' second Columbia Records' album, its title had been changed to "It Won't Be Wrong". Both the band and their producer Terry Melcher felt that the 1965 version included on the Turn! Turn! Turn! album was far more accomplished and exciting than the earlier Elektra recording of the song.

Lyrically, the song is a relatively simplistic appeal for a lover to submit to the singer's romantic advances. Musically, however, the guitar riff following each verse foreshadows the raga experimentation of the band's later songs 'Eight Miles High' and 'Why', both of which would be recorded within three months of 'It Won't Be Wrong'. The Byrds' biographer, Johnny Rogan, has described the difference between the earlier Beefeaters' recording of the song and The Byrds' Columbia version as remarkable. Rogan went on to state that the 'lackluster' Beefeaters' version was replaced by the driving beat of a Byrds rock classic, complete with strident guitars and improved harmonies, that transformed the sentiments of the song from an ineffectual statement to a passionate plea."

"It Won't Be Wrong"~ "Echo In The Canyon" featuring Jakob Dylan and Fiona Apple.
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Let's keep the Aquarius Moon chain going

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Here's one for the Dragons:

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I suppose someone has been dubbed the "King of Harps" at sometime or another, but Charlie Musselwhite is known as the "Ace of Harps"...clearly one-up-man-ship being demonstrated there.

A huge favorite at the Sutter Street Saloon, in Folsom, California, back in the day [1987-1998]and this song was my favorite on the jukebox. Perfect for the River City [aka Sacramento] and Folsom. The American River is less than 70 yards from the site, which is now the Powerhouse Pub, [named as for the reason the Folsom Powerhouse, built in 1895 and an alternating current {AC} hydroelectric power station—one of the first in the United States also the first commercial 60 cycle 3-phase power system {now our modern system}, and at 23 miles to the city of Sacramento, it produced the farthest commercial power transmitted at the time, sits between the former Saloon and the river.]

Sutter Street Saloon was a favorite venue of many bands, the gate was never oversold and the owner also bought an apartment across the street in which out of town bands could stay in for their performance dates and beyond. Mostly Blues acts and some old school rock and roll. Elvin Bishop, Savoy Brown, Rick Derringer, Berry Melton, and Lydia Pense with Cold Blood to name a few of the rock bands that played there. Chris Cain, Joe Louis Walker, Tommy Castro, and John Lee Hooker to name some of the other Blues musicians.

It's also where I was introduced to gin martinis, rye whiskey, and Frenet Branca, a more wicked, foul tasting, digestif has never been concocted... although, if it has, the concocteur couldn't possibly have survived the first tasting.


"River Hip Mama" ~ Charlie Musselwhite
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Rawar - Hare Hare Mahadev - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkBqZ41OCRI

Astrix - Deep Jungle Walk - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIuEuJvKos4

Shiva PSY Trance - Chorus from Temples - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Idf3k-XjA1Y

^ That one's video is interesting. Mainly because, deep meditative visions I've had looked like a dance of those colors with all sorts of sounds covered with an ever-present infinite AUM over everything.

DMT vision was the same, though there was this "forcing out" feeling from the body. That'll sound strange to anyone who hasn't experienced it, so disregard it and enjoy the music.


Bahramji feat. Elea - Flying Carpet - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqM9a9EZ0E4

Phaxe & Morten Granau - Long Story Short (Static Movement Remix) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibdyfpv3Y8c
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Rawar - Hare Hare Mahadev - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkBqZ41OCRI

Astrix - Deep Jungle Walk - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIuEuJvKos4

Shiva PSY Trance - Chorus from Temples - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Idf3k-XjA1Y

^ That one's video is interesting. Mainly because, deep meditative visions I've had looked like a dance of those colors with all sorts of sounds covered with an ever-present infinite AUM over everything.

DMT vision was the same, though there was this "forcing out" feeling from the body. That'll sound strange to anyone who hasn't experienced it, so disregard it and enjoy the music.


Bahramji feat. Elea - Flying Carpet - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqM9a9EZ0E4

Phaxe & Morten Granau - Long Story Short (Static Movement Remix) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibdyfpv3Y8c
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...but I find that it's the subtle that connects us... It doesn't take a sledgehammer to drive a nail.
Might I suggest...?
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...and this one....THIS ONE....
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For those who think the USA should do away with the Electoral College... no matter what...
BECAUSE WE ARE....

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When I first heard of the band, Hawkwind, I was invited to listen to them. I had asked to hear some good acid rock but this band was new to me so I asked; "Are they "Hard Rock"?
My friend replied; "Let me put it this way; their fans make the Grateful Dead's fans look like a bunch of girl scouts."

There are "Levels" to society and after a good many years one might think they've seen them all. But there is an underground level so deep few ever venture that far to know of it and those that did are far fewer still.

Welcome to rock and roll so deep that it's "Underground".

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Love me some kirtan... Hare Krishna Hare Rama
...but I find that it's the subtle that connects us... It doesn't take a sledgehammer to drive a nail.
Might I suggest...?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHiqK9VvgLM
Surya Gayatri


...and this one....THIS ONE....
...REALLY GETS ME OFF....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXJ3...index=139&t=0s
Svetasvatara Upanisad - Sharmila Roy
Aha, Surya Gayatri. Heard that one, if I've got my memory bits all working correctly, on the "Cure for global warming" thread, right? Lovely mantra. The sun deserves much appreciation for not turning us earthlings into burnt itty bitty bites.

A song that I use as an alarm clock,

krishan krishan hai Achyutam keshavam - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9EDqHwD3M8

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Howlin Wolf, "Dust My Broom"

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