Monday, January 14, 2013

A Season in Hell #118: The First to Love Me

I'm usually all over the place as far as genres are concerned, and this week is really no exception. I played a lot of jazz tonight, in the first hour. That's a good thing. You need more jazz. You'll like what I played.

In the second hour I pulled out some tasty live treats, that'll make you hunger for more of what I've got to give you. You know that you love it. Stop squirming so much. Damn!


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Do It: Rollins Band
Radebe: Johnny Dyani
Goo: Erik Truffaz

I'm Not A Game: Ty Segall and White Fence
City of the Dead: The Clash
Sesame Street: Sly Dunbar

You Only Live Twice: Sex Mob
The First and the Last to Love Me: Kip Hanrahan

The Fast Life: David Murray Octet

Wooden Ships: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young (08-26-69, Greek Theater, LA, CA)
Caravan: Van Morrison (2-15-73, Lions Share, San Anselmo, CA)

Sweet Young Thing: Mudhoney (02-26-99, Blind Pig, Ann Arbor, MI)
Touch Me I'm Sick: Mudhoney (02-26-99, Blind Pig, Ann Arbor, MI)
In My Time of Dying: Led Zeppelin (05-25-77, Landover, MD)

Terrapin Station: Furthur (12-31-12, Civic Aud., SF, CA)
Open Fire on the Deadheads: Admiral Wrybread's Tingley Tower Connection

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