And another cool Jazz festival poster!
San Sebastian Jazz Festival 1971
Canned Heat - On the Road Again
Live in Montreaux; 1973; Vocals: Bob Hite
There’s a deep fascination that’s in his words, in his dark voice, in the way he speaks them out and in the perfect mysterious musical illustration.
Do you know the warm progress under the stars?
Do you know we exist?
Have you forgotten the keys to the Kingdom?
Have you been borne yet & are you alive?
Let’s reinvent the gods, all the myths of the ages
Celebrate symbols from deep elder forests
Have you forgotten the lessons of the ancient war
We need great golden copulations
Beck, Bogert, Appice - Superstition
There are some albums that should be kept as a treasure. Maybe because they are sort of a treasure. American Beauty is one of this kind. On this masterpiece Grateful Dead reduced, nearly discarded, their psychedelic debaucheries. They turned towards to a increase of their country and folk influences. In the end they created a work full of cushy but deep songs with a sparse and likable number of guitar solos and instrumental spaces.
Pink Floyd: A Saucerful Of Secrets
What a creative and mysterious experience.
So, let’s revive a 70s’ classic. One of the best progressive rock songs ever recorded! The Tulls always had a magical atmosphere, didn’t they.
When I listen to it I see small trolls dancing around in the underwood of foggy harvest forests. Is this normal?!
- 1959 - THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU
55 years ago, the world changed, whether they knew it or not. They probably knew it.