Skip to comments.The Weekend YouTube Musical Video Thread
Posted on 09/18/2009 5:14:55 PM PDT by Gomez
1970 - RIP Jimi Hendrix
1976 - At Don Kirshner's Rock Music Awards, Fleetwood Mac win Best Group and Best Album for Fleetwood Mac
2005 - Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Dave Matthews, Emmylou Harris and Kenny Chesney perform at the 20th edition of Farm Aid in Tinley Park, Illinois
1940 - Frankie Avalon
1952 - Dee Dee Ramone
1973 - RIP Gram Parsons
1987 - Pink Floyd releases A Momentary Lapse of Reason
1940 - Bill Medley
1945 - Freda Payne
1958 - Lita Ford
1969 - No. 1 on both the American and British albums charts today is Blind Faith
1971 - Peter Frampton quits Humble Pie
The Flying Burrito Brothers - Christine's Tune
Fleetwood Mac - I'm So Afraid
The Ramones - Substitute
Gotta go do some yardwork, this is what I’m going to be cranking:
Ted can flat out play guitar
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the mighty USA.
Everywhere I run around they git out of my way.
Im American made, American born from my hands my flag will not be torn away.
Hey! I just finished mowing my back yard all the way down to the river. God Bless Texas!
Obammy just left Chicago - and he’s bound for New Orleans
Lita Ford is babeliciously rockin’ !
Hilarious! Found this once when looking for the real thing:
parsy, who probably kills a few threads too
Peter Wolf (of J. Geils) looks like he Must of Got Lost and wound up singing at a wedding reception. The shots of the audience are worth the watch.
I see your Flying Burrito Brothers and raise you a Gram Parsons:
Emmylou Harris does a nice cover of this one on her album Luxury Liner btw.
Raputa the Beauta!
That's excellent, just dripping with film noir kitsch!
Luckily, I got the original downloaded before it was pulled. Cagney was great but it was one of the reasons they passed the film decency laws. Original Shanghai Lil they were showing hookers in opium dens. Pretty steep for 1934.
parsy, who is glad you liked it
8/19/08 One year, one month, and one day ago....RIP saxophonist LeRoi Moore of The Dave Matthews Band....I would post something from the 2005 show mentioned above, but taping was not permitted at Farm Aid. One of the songs they sang was “Don’t Drink the Water”...here’s a great version from the Central Park show:
Billy Gibbons explains the origins of that crazy hat thing he wears nowadays:
That was great! Thank you.
The Association - Windy