Concert For Bangladesh - George Harrison (Full Album)
arguanbly the best showing by an ex dam beetle.
two of em if you count mr. starkey
plus a truly wonderful cast of incredible and unique artist themselves.
as premier big rock band. this is george breaking out;
the soulful quality of the vocals and the passionate performance still ring true for me.
those fsmiliar with these performances and this material, here and on the
studio lp 'All Things Must Pass' (kinda especially sad considering his
early, tragic, courageous and painful passing).
a man of Grace when all
is said and done; tho as dirty as the rest of them in the mania-c daze.
the fulfillment of his promise, and a grace note on his excellence
and originality as a dam beetle i hate them
i was at the afternoon show. a lot of this is from that show,
tho there was an evening show the same evening.
considering the cast of characters but Especially considering
His Bobness absolute regal showing, please believe me when i say
that Stones '72 in nyc was the best rock and roll show i've ever experienced,
that (considering good fortune to be born in NYC where everybody
of real power played at least once. And also being a kid with
allowance that could go straight to 45 singles with Superman comic books
in the 60's, and having access to the old Village Voice, (and 16 Magazine,
cause one day i'd get there and wanted to be ready),take a breath hoppy, then continue your run-on sentence
...uh, please believe me when i say that stones 72 birthday
show was the best rock and roll concert I'd ever been to
in my entire life, that our own beloved
boys had some stiff competition
for'best' and this would be one of those shows. a few The Who shows,
and an early Zep show when they opened for The Who, along with a
dozen other lucky fan experiences...Faces at Fillmore East. Jimi there
too at his last New Year's Eve...
this brings back a flood of memories. so does The Rolling Stones
somehow touring North America some FIFTY SEVEN years? since forming!?
could that possibly
i saw them there in '75 also, without Taylor, Hopkins, Price
but with Billy and Ollie (clapton encored on SFTD)
It was Ron's 13th show w The Stones.
hey, don't you hate it when you go to a thread you dig just to
cruise thru some stuff your pals are diggin'? maybe try a few
fast 'clicks' to get on their less-deep-fan-than-you kinda vibe?
I sure do; but every now and again some joker thinks i'ts like
a fricken wall and he or she is mother-humpin' can of spray paint?
hey cool it Ed Moses, it's Shattered with an "H" not a "PL" ok?
guess i'll put on something else.
bored myself too. hate the beetles.
he's not the cute one or the smart one anyway.
and i hate the cute one. the smart one hated the cute one.
the quiet one was getting away with murdeur (hint: (bass player for another British rock band ssshhh
speaking of which, i wonder if perks ever nailed maria murdeur,
talkin' bout oasis baby, she wore a yellow flower in her hair.
Same canary yellow that suit of Bill's in 75 come to think of it.
and a smart suit it was. but it was yellow.
bill plays with irony and he plays with colors and textures.
if he had played with himself he could have saved a fortune in alimony.
that's what that depth charge tracking device company he created
is all about really. yes really.
it finds things that are hiding. in the ground. if you belive that,
send me a check too, and i'll mail you a stick. promise.
no that' snot where he found the suit.
i'm this close to logging off.
anyway now i'm listening to silence because i'm confused.
it's noisy silence, kinda yellowy.
screw this, i'm putting on something else.
maybe 'something else' by eddie cochran.
don't even click on it.
forget i said anything.
"...I'm a monkey! I'm a monkey!
Monkey! monkey! monkey!"
M. Jagger & K. Richards