Sometimes you just have to share


#302

#303

#304

Jaco Pastorius · Kenwood Dennard · Hiram Bullock ‎– PDB
Label:
DIW Records ‎– DIW-827


#305

#306

A couple of local friends picking last night at a local joint.


#307

Reminds me of the Chester and Lester albums.


#308

Wherein Jaco asks Jimmy to join the band for a blues jam.

Artist: Jaco Pastorius & Jimmy Page
Venue: Lone Star Cafe, New York City, NY
Date: April 30th, 1985
Song: Fannie Mea


#309

I just stumbled on this clip and I’ve got it on loop for a couple of hours.

His lead work is dirty, clean, expressive, aggressive and delicate ALL AT THE SAME TIME.

Love the axe also, 1961-63 Les Paul with the sideways Bigsby that you never use cause it’s a POS, but it’s a Vintage Mistake to replace it with a stop bar. Those earliest SGs were made out of a trainload of very lightweight, airy, high-grown Peruvian mahogany and most of them sound like a million bucks before you even plug them in.

ETA…really like the drummer too…stays in the pocket, doesn’t overplay, very solid.


#310

stranger than paradise


#311

Sorrry, this isn’t spooling well for me. I recommend you follow the link directly to FB and watch it there. Copy and paste, remove the spaces from "face book. and “com”

https://www.face book. com/ PS22Chorus/videos/1533147873496006


#312

Were these “Pop Tarts” perhaps possibly preternaturally prescient?


#313

Not a song, but a feel.


#314

(sniffle) I saw that.


#315

#316

Never heard of these peeps before, but this was playing on the radio as I eased out of my Coma this morning, I dug it man.


The intro has an EDM vibe, but it settles into a funk soul jazz groove

#317

#318

#319

One of those groups that was never that high on my play list as a young rock n roller, but when I heard it again the other day i was reminded of how “heavy, or spiritual” this particular tune by Alan Parson’s seemed to effect me for a little while back in my Navy days when it was on heavy rotation for a particular period of time…


#320

IKR? I didn’t WANT to like the APP even though AP had good cred as a producer and “electronic pop” dude…but the Eye in the Sky album hooked me big time.


#321

Dude was an engineer on Abbey Road and Let It Be before he was even 20.