Thursday, September 23, 2010

Links By George September 23, 2010

Aloha from The Big Island of Hawaii. It has been a fine week of thermal springs,
swimming with giant turtles and finding a $500 car that seems to work.
There have been many photos uploaded into my flicker account for you to check out of our travels as well as some vintage ones such as one dear one with Terence McKenna taken about 20 years ago.

To open links below, the best way is to use the rollerball on your mouse and push it down over the link and it will open in a new window instead of hitting the back button each time...

Also here is a web link to some of our son John's beautiful music.
I encourage your taking a listen. And if you ever wish to order any CD, let us know





Oct 16 San Rafael
The Cutting-Edge of Psychedelics Research

Mind Altering Science (Oct 23-24) in Amsterdam:

Women's Visionary Congress
(Oct 22-25) in Petaluma, CA:

Sept 2010 update for 2011 festivals

Ibogaine conference at Catalan Ministry of Health,
October, 15 Barcelona, Spain

International Conference in St Gallen - Switzerland ,
in May 2011 "The Time is Ripe.
We go into a Society where Life is Worth Living


‘Magic mushrooms’ ingredient beneficial to cancer
patients, report says

Psychoactive drugs: From recreation to medication

Thirty Years of Psychedelic Research
The Spring Grove Experiment and its Sequels
by Richard Yensen, Ph.D. and Donna Dryer, M.D., M.P.H.

Czech legislation on psychedelics

Marijuana gateway risk overblown: study

Andrew Weil: Medical Marijuana's Tremendous
Potential for Curing Ailments

No increase in the risk of lung cancer for marijuana smokers

Early Use of Cannabis May Improve Cognitive Functioning
in Subgroup of Patients With Schizophrenia


Marijuana Growers Join the Teamsters Union


CN BC: Column: Prince Of Pot's Prosecutor
Declares Prohibition a Bust

Canada: 'Prince of Pot' Sentenced to
Five Years in Prison

Israel Relaxes Restrictions On Medical Marijuana

Legalize Cannabis In India


Yikes -- First State Considers Allowing Cops to
Conduct Roadside Drug Tests

Fancy New Drug Test Makes It Easier for Police,
Parents to Violate Privacy

The mission of the Landa Prison Outreach Program (LPOP)
is to care for the victims of the government's war on cannabis.

No Jail for Pot movement

In the Face of the Drug War's Total Failure, Can California's
Legalization Battle Kick-Start a Movement for Change?

Marijuana Initiative Challenges Costly, Bloody Drug War


Nixon's Vengeful War on Marijuana

Alcohol Lobby Now Openly Spending Against CA's
Legal Pot Initiative in Alliance with Police Industrial Complex

CBS Evening News on Erowid (video)

CNN picks up Grob anxiety study
'Magic mushrooms' ingredient may ease end-of-life anxiety

Ecstasy Triumphs over Agony:
MDMA Helps with Recovery from Trauma

Is DMT produced in the brain?

New important psilocybin study published

Leary's Legacy

Orange Sunshine (2010), reviewed by Jonathan Taylor

The Acid Diaries, by Christopher Gray (2010)

M. Stolaroff and Albert Hofmann: Perspectives on Psychedelics

Cannabis and the Soma Solution in print

Violet Apple-an overlooked classic of psychedelic literature

Interview with Sasha and Ann

For Ellis, a Long, Strange Trip to an LSD No-Hitter

5 min animated film to an LSD No-Hitter

Yes, there are weed busts in Amsterdam. Here's a video of one such
bust on an apartment of a pothead that was coincidentally located
just above a coffeeshop.

Review: 'Blue Tide - The Search for Soma' by Mike Jay

Publication of the book Ayahuasca,
Ritual and Religion in Brazil

A Toad on the Moon: Or a Brief Speculation on Chinese
Psychoactive Toad Venoms

Psychomagic The Transformative Power of Shamanic
Psychotherapy-Alejandro Jodorowsky

Abba Keddus "Rastafari and the Return of Our Sacred Origins"

NEW! Shamanism: A Biopsychosocial Paradigm of
Consciousness and Healing by Michael Winkelman

Introspection linked to more gray matter in brain: study

La Paz Eco Village

Spirit Horse Community in UK

Psychometric Evaluation of the Altered States of
Consciousness Rating Scale (OAV)

Integral Yoga Magazine
Swami Satchidananda
Pranayama The Breath of Life

What is Totally Zen?, Who is Stephanie Churchill?
(besides being a friend of mine)-youtube



Martina Hoffmann's 'Portrait Of Ram Dass’

Martina Hoffmann's world as art

Peace Art

Dreem Reality, based in Santa Cruz is
"An educational nonprofit organization.
"Our purpose is to research, learn, and educate ourselves and others
about healthy, sustainable lifestyle options"
Dani and Melinda are also personal friends whose site I encourage you to check out
(last newsletter would not open but I have now corrected the address)

How America's Working Class Died on the Disco Dance Floor

A Study of the Worldly Art of Jazz

Pink Floyd documentary

Tribute to Paul McCartney at the White House on PBS

Andy McKee - Guitar - Drifting-

David Crosby - What Are Their Names

Our son John's music link


Ruth Copeland - Play With Fire

For Tim Buckley -- Lee Underwood (Timewinds)

Obama channels Hendrix on critics:
‘They talk about me like a dog’

The Best (1772) Documentaries On Earth


Epic Voyage Through the Universe

2010 the Year of the Yurt?

Bill Gross's Solar Breakthrough

Bill Gross on new energy-video

Pedal power takes off as exercise produces electricity

What slums can teach your city

Chicago takes the LEED in eco building

The endangered Coqui frog

New Gulf Drilling Will Hurt Sea Turtles,
Dolphins and Pelicans

Oil Rig Explodes in Gulf of Mexico —
Oil Sheen Observed

My Dogs Won't Drink the Rainwater

Study suggests dinosaurs killed off by more than one asteroid

Collapse of ancient Ellesmere ice shelf stuns scientists

Gulf Stream And North Atlantic Current Dying


Science scorned

The 10,000-year-old boy's bones found in an underwater
Mexican cave that could rewrite the history of the Americas


China Explores a Frontier 2 Miles Deep

Scientists teach robots to deceive humans

Mysterious force holds back Nasa probe in deep space


Blood on our Farms: Is Monsanto Responsible for 1
Suicide Every 30 Minutes?

From The Gulf Stream To The Bloodstream and Why What You’re
About To Read Is The Alarm Bell of The Pending Gulf Disaster


Finland Suspends Swine Flu Shots After Vaccine Linked
With Neurological Disorder


Why Is an Epidemic of Blood-Sucking Bed Bugs
Sweeping the Nation?

Big Pharma Scores Big Win - Medicinal Herbs Will Disappear in EU

Wow -- the Eyewear Industry Is an Incredible Ripoff,
But There Are Alternatives


The Upledger Institute- cranial sacral therapy

Dr Burzinski ' Cure for Cancer'

Wellness Wand

If You Fall for This "Water Fad" -
You Could Do Some Major Damage

Health Book Summary Reminder -
20 Things You Need to Know About Estrogen

How this Near-Perfect Food Flushes
Heavy Toxins from Your Body...

Bill Clinton embraces vegetarian diet for good health

Do you have the balls to really change the food system?

Older Alcohol Drinkers Live Longer Than Teetotalers

What Happened When I Decided to Live Out
My Ultimate Escape Fantasy

How to Have Sex That's Good for You and the Planet

Pornography 101:
Why College Kids Need Porn Literacy Training

Al Franken and Christine O’Donnell Spar About
Sex on Politically Incorrect-video


56 killed at pro-Palestine rally in Pakistan

Who was Behind the Rwandan Genocide? The Rwandan Patriotic
Front's Bloody Record and the History of UN Cover-Ups

Army called in as city goes into lockdown after N.Z. quake

A man threw a shoe at Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou

America's Corruption Racket in Central Asia
By Scott Horton
This is the third time this summer that the United States
has been slammed with credible charges of corrupting foreign
governments in Central Asia.



US walks out on Ahmadinejad UN speech

Burn, Witch, Burn!: America Rages Against Islam

If That 'Mosque' ISN'T Built, This Is No Longer America
...a letter from Michael Moore

Iraq: The Age of Darkness

Mass Madness Examined: A Look at the 88% of Americans
that Supported War on Iraq

Issues and Alibis providing excellent news and opinions

50 Million Videos Viewed: A Huge Marker for
Brave New Films and Robert Greenwald


The Untold Story of Human Health Effects
From BP’s Oil Disaster

Thousands suffering from "BP Crud"

Evidence Mounts of BP Spraying Toxic Dispersants

Scientists Find Thick Layer Of Oil On Seafloor

Same story all over the world. Displaced peoples and destruction
of communities.
Driving Lessons on the Big Island

Joe Bageant on White Underclass


9/11 ANALYSIS: From Ronald Reagan and the Soviet-Afghan War
to George W Bush and September 11, 2001

Obama to Escalate Slaughter in Yemen

Colin Powell: Iraq War Could Have Been Averted

122 U.S. Drone Strikes Kill Over 1,000 In Two Years

US Drones Bomb Residential Neighborhoods

US Kills 19 People In Pakistan::
'The attack was conducted on the information that the commander
Shamsullah was present in the house, but he was not there,' said an
intelligence official who spoke on condition of anonymity. 'The attack
killed at least seven people and destroyed the mud compound.'

US troops took body parts, 'kept finger trophies'

Blackwater Using Shell Companies to Obtain New Contracts

What Kind Of Top-Secret Assassination Tech Does $58 Billion Buy?

Gordon Duff:
America’s War Racketeers, The Real Terrorists



Loose Cannon And Nuclear Submarines:
West Prepares For Arctic Warfare

America's Grand Strategy:
Militarizing Space

Homeland Security Deploys Predator in Texas

"The Militarization of Hollywood": Unlocking "The Hurt Locker"
War Propaganda wins the Academy Award


This Country Just Can't Deal with Reality Any More

Our Long National Nightmare Isn't Over, It's Just Beginning
The Dems will get slaughtered in next month's election. This will happen
not so much because of the "socialist' crimes they are alleged by the right
to have committed -- which are of course utter nonsense -- but simply because
of what they have *not* done, which is to aggressively pursue real
solutions to the nation's problems. Then Obama will be hounded by
congressional investigations into all manner of bogus issues.

Republican Staffer Writes ““All Faggots Must Die” on LGBT Blog

Interview With Rep. Dennis Kucinich

U.S. Presidents Family Tree

Priceless photos of JFK,

Bush found under Fort Worth bridge

The Strange Sexual Obsessions Driving the Tea Party Movement


U.S. Vacant Housing Hits Record 19 Million

More Americans Are Poor Than Ever
Poverty Rate Rises to 14.3 Percent in 2009

Wage Slaves
Drowning in Debt: US Students Helpless to Pay Off Education
By Russia Today
A ticking time bomb of American debt. Over $830 billion are owed by
college students in the US with $3 thousand more added on every second.
The most traditional financial baggage for Americans was credit card debt.
For the first time, debt belonging to college students has over taken
that number one spot.

Now Comes a Topper: Obama's Newest Giveaway to the Banks
$50 Billion "Infrastructure" Gift to the Banks


How to survive and thrive without money


Monsanto hired mercenary Blackwater to infiltrate anti-GMO groups
By Stephanie Dearing

(The article below has been mentioned by some friends as a hoax. I hope so)
on June 10th, 2010, Obama signed Executive Order #13544 which mandates
that the US is adopting Codex Alimentarius. This legislation, *originating
from the United Nations*, in effect, begins a worldwide campaign for
massive hunger and starvation.
Now, with a stroke of a pen, and quietly behind the scenes when everyone
was focused on the Gulf Oil Spill, he effectively launched Codex Alimentarius
in the US, which is intended to bring ALL vitamin and mineral supplements and
natural health remedies and technologies to an end. The CDC and the HHS
*can now make illegal*, all alternative health remedies and technologies.
This bill renders all alternative health remedies "unscientific" and not
provable by the FDA. This legislation is a huge step in population control,
giving the pharmaceuticals full control over the health of all individuals,
which is what the global socialists have wanted for years.


World Bank Threatens “Drastic Steps Necessary” if Nations Refuse
Population Reduction Implementation

END:CIV is a film that examines our culture’s addiction to systematic
violence and environmental exploitation, and probes the resulting
epidemic of poisoned landscapes and shell-shocked nations. Based in part
on Endgame, the best-selling book by Derrick Jensen, END:CIV asks:
"If your homeland was invaded by aliens who cut down the forests,
poisoned the water and air, and contaminated the food supply, would
you resist?" END:CIV is currently in production.


Sentencing Terrorism Suspects to Death -- Without Trial
By Anthony D. Romero and Vincent Warren
We simply cannot accept the proposition that the government should have
unchecked authority to carry out extrajudicial killings, including
of U.S. citizens, far from any actual battlefield. Nor can we accept the
contention that the entire world is a battlefield.
The Triumph of Evil
By Prof. John Kozy

Top-Secret America

JFK asssasination

The Nixon-Bush Connection to the JFK asssasination

Did the Bushes help to kill JFK?

Bush Killed JFKjr.

The Nazification of the United States
Death of the First Amendment

Shell, Hitler and Sir Henri Deterding

Hitler’s Holy Relics by Sidney D.Kirkpatrick...

Royal Inbred Bloodlines Rule Your World -

Inside the Great Reptilian Conspiracy:
From Queen Elizabeth to Barack Obama --
They Live!

What Next? A Faked 3D Alien Invasion to Unite
The Planet for World Government?

The Greatest Covert Operation Ever:
The Politics of Terror as the Business of Terror

There is now absolutely no doubt that 9-11 was an inside job.



The 9/11 victims who foresaw their deaths

Synthetic Pathogens Might Pose Bioterror Threat,
Scientists Warn-youtube

Weather Modification Electromagnetic Grid Systems
in the Gulf of Mexico

B.F. Skinners Mistake. Essay by Bill Powers

Inside the Secret World of Trader Joe's


Bilderberg Mourns: Nationalism Gaining

Imminent coup in Greece? A discussion of how banker elite
has enslaved the country and now own 600 islands

Cult members go missing in apparent mass suicide bid

'Monster' lake swallows up whole towns


"Today the tyrant rules not by club or fist, but, disguised as a market researcher, he shepherds his flocks in the ways of utility and comfort." : Marshall McLuhan - (1911-1980)
" enterprise, [is] a term that refers, in practice, to a system of public subsidy and private profit, with massive government intervention in the economy to maintain a welfare state for the rich." : Noam Chomsky
"Now my friends, I am opposed to the system of society in which we live today, not because I lack the natural equipment to do for myself but because I am not satisfied to make myself comfortable knowing that there are thousands of my fellow men who suffer for the barest necessities of life.
We were taught under the old ethic that man's business on this earth was to look out for himself. That was the ethic of the jungle; the ethic of the wild beast. Take care of yourself, no matter what may become of your fellow man. Thousands of years ago the question was asked; ''Am I my brother's keeper?'' That question has never yet been answered in a way that is satisfactory to civilized society.
Yes, I am my brother's keeper. I am under a moral obligation to him that is inspired, not by any maudlin sentimentality but by the higher duty I owe myself. What would you think me if I were capable of seating myself at a table and gorging myself with food and saw about me the children of my fellow beings starving to death": Eugene V. Debs: 1908 speech
"[I]n such a world of conflict, a world of victims and executioners, it is the job of thinking people, not to be on the side of the executioners." Albert Camus:
... the 20th century has been characterized by three developments of great political importance: The growth of democracy, the growth of corporate power, and the growth of corporate propaganda as a means of protecting corporate power against democracy. Alex Carey:
"Many that live deserve death. And some die that deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then be not too eager to deal out death in the name of justice, fearing for your own safety. Even the wise cannot see all ends. "-- J.R.R. Tolkien
"No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear." : Edmund Burke
"Do not hold the delusion that your advancement is accomplished by crushing others.": Marcus Tullius Cicero - (106-43 B.C.) Roman Statesman, Philosopher and Orator
"The bad thing of war is, that it makes more evil people than it can take away." : Immanuel Kant - (1724-1804) German philosopher
"It is hard to fight an enemy who has outposts in your head.": Sally Kempton
"I think the subject which will be of most importance politically is Mass Psychology. ...It's importance has been enormously Increased by the growth of modern methods of propaganda ... Although this science will be diligently studied, it will be rigidly confined to the governing class. The populace will not be allowed to know how its convictions were generated.": Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) Philosopher, educator
"The most absolute authority is that which penetrates into a man's innermost being and concerns itself no less with his will than with his actions.": Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) Political philosopher, educationist and essayist Source: The Social Contract, 1762
The age of warrior kings and of warrior presidents has passed. The nuclear age calls for a different kind of leadership....a leadership of intellect, judgment, tolerance and rationality, a leadership committed to human values, to world peace, and to the improvement of the human condition. The attributes upon which we must draw are the human attributes of compassion and common sense, of intellect and creative imagination, and of empathy and understanding between cultures.": William Fulbright
Each of the Iraqi children killed by the United States was our child. Each of the prisoners tortured in Abu Ghraib was our comrade. Each of their screams was ours. When they were humiliated, we were humiliated. The U.S. soldiers fighting in Iraq - mostly volunteers in a poverty draft from small towns and poor urban neighborhoods - are victims just as much as the Iraqis of the same horrendous process, which asks them to die for a victory that will never be theirs: Arundhati Roy

Anyone who has proclaimed violence his method inexorably must choose lying as his principle: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
"When shall it be said in any country of the world, my poor are happy, neither ignorance or distress is to be found among them; my jails are empty of prisoners, my streets of beggars; the aged are not in want, the taxes not oppressive; the rational world is my friend because I am friend of its happiness. When these things can be said, then may that country boast of its constitution and government ." - Thomas Paine
"When shall it be said in any country of the world, my poor are happy, neither ignorance or distress is to be found among them; my jails are empty of prisoners, my streets of beggars; the aged are not in want, the taxes not oppressive; the rational world is my friend because I am friend of its happiness. When these things can be said, then may that country boast of its constitution and government ." - Thomas Paine
The dissenter is every human being at those moments of his life when he resigns momentarily from the herd and thinks for himself: Archibald Macleish:
There are men - now in power in this country - who do not respect dissent, who cannot cope with turmoil, and who believe that the people of America are ready to support repression as long as it is done with a quiet voice and a business suit: John Lindsay
We live in oppressive times. We have, as a nation, become our own thought police; but instead of calling the process by which we limit our expression of dissent and wonder "censorship," we call it "concern for commercial viability.": David Mamet
The corporate grip on opinion in the United States is one of the wonders of the Western world. No First World country has ever managed to eliminate so entirely from its media all objectivity - much less dissent: Gore Vidal
Resistance is feasible even for those who are not heroes by nature, and it is an obligation, I believe, for those who fear the consequences and detest the reality of the attempt to impose American hegemony.: Noam Chomsky
"It is part of the general pattern of misguided policy that our country is now geared to an arms economy which was bred in an artificually induced psychosis of war hysteria and nurtured upon an incessant propaganda of fear." : General Douglas MacArthur, Speech, May 15, 1951
".....if by a liberal they mean someone who looks ahead and not behind, someone who welcomes new ideas without rigid reactions, someone who cares about the welfare of the people- their health, their housing, their schools, their jobs, their civil rights, their civil liberties.. if that is what they mean by a "liberal" then I am proud to be a liberal. ": John F. Kennedy


Songwriter George David Weiss, responsible for ‘What A Wonderful World’, ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’ and Can’t Help Falling In Love’, dies at 89.
Weiss started as a songwriter in the ‘40s and wrote songs for Elvis, Tom Jones, The Stylistics, Mel Torme and Tennessee Ernie Ford.
He also wrote for many film soundtracks and musicals, including the Sammy Davis Jr. Broadway vehicle Mr Wonderful.
Weiss adapted Solomon Linda’s version of the Zulu song ‘Mbube’ as ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’, which was a hit for The Tokens.
He wrote ‘Can’t Help Falling In Love’ for Elvis and ‘What A Wonderful World’ for Louis Armstrong.
He also wrote the lyrics for the jazz standard ‘Lullaby of Birdland’, which was a hit for Ella Fitzgerald.
In his later life he was the president of the Songwriters Guild Of America.
Thanks to Kevin Walsh
Richard 'Scar' Lopez dies at 65; founder of East L.A. vocal band Cannibal & the Headhunters
He and three other high school students scored a national hit in the mid-1960s with 'Land of 1000 Dances.' In 1965, they opened for the Rolling Stones, the Righteous Brothers and the Beatles.
At last! WHO IS HARRY NILSSON (and Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him)? is ready to be unleashed on the world!
by Tim Cashmere
Neil Young has a new album on the way, due to hit stores next month.
Young made the announcement himself on his Facebook page on the weekend, saying the record will be released on September 28 on vinyl, CD and iTunes, with a Blu-Ray version and iPhone and iPad app to follow soon after.
The iPhone and iPad app will be an interactive album cover, although the singer negated the futuristic method of record release by adding “forgive my use of the word “album”. I am old school.”
The album was produced by Daniel Lanois (U2, Coldplay).
Track List:
Walk With Me
Sign Of Love
Someone’s Gonna Rescue You
Love And War
Angry World
Peaceful Valley Boulevard
One of the songs, ‘Hitchhiker’ was first performed in 1992, but was written in the 70s. It will be the first time the song has appeared on an album.
Check out a recent recording of the song here:
by Paul Cashmere
Bob Dylan will release the 9th edition of his bootleg series in October.
‘The Bootleg Series Volume 9 – The Witmark Demos’ features the first official release of 47 Dylan tracks recorded as demos for this first music publisher Leeds Music in 1962 and for his second M. Witmark & Sons between 1962 and 1964.
The collection features early versions of now classics ‘Mr Tambourine Man’, ‘Blowin In The Wind’ and ‘The Times They Are A-Changing’, all recorded before Dylan turned 24 years old.
15 of the songs were recorded for the demos but never made their way to Dylan albums.
As well as ‘The Witmark Demos’, Sony will also reissue Dylan’s first eight albums in their original mono mixes as a box set. The eight albums start with the March 1962 debut self-titled album and go through to 1967’s ‘John Wesley Harding’ record. Each disc features its own individual jacket replicated from the original artwork.
by Tim Cashmere
Former Led Zeppelin front man Robert Plant has said that he feels disconnected from heavy rock after a Them Crooked Vultures show.
Speaking to The Independent, Plant said his ears “bled for two days” after watching his former bandmate John Paul Jones’ new band Them Crooked Vultures at the Royal Albert Hall.
“I feel so far away from heavy rock now,” he explained. “It's quite odd, how mine and John's paths seem to have crossed over – we've sort of gone into each others' worlds a bit."
Plant achieved critical acclaim and won the Album of the Year Grammy for his 2007 album ‘Raising Sand’ with country singer Alison Krauss. Plant turned down offers of reuniting Led Zeppelin for a full tour, preferring instead to tour in support of this album.
His next album ‘Band Of Joy’ will be in Australian stores on September 10.
Fans of Jimi Hendrix will want to get to England soon. That’s because to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the rocker’s death, Jimi’s former residence in London has opened to the public. In addition, an exhibition at London’s Handel House Museum is also open. The exhibit boasts some of the guitarist’s personal possessions including handwritten lyrics, sketches and other memorabilia. has all the info.
John Lennon 70th tribute concert to be held in NY
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of John Lennon's birth will include a benefit concert in New York, organizers said on Tuesday.
Among the musicians slated to pay tribute to the former Beatle at the November 12 concert at New York's Beacon Theater are Jackson Browne, Patti Smith, Cyndi Lauper, Aimee Mann and Shelby Lynne.
The concert is one of several events and parties being held in New York and around the world to honor what would have been Lennon's 70th birthday on October 9.
Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono, is expected to mark the anniversary day in Iceland, where she will light the Imagine Peace Tower memorial located on the island of Vioey, near the Reykjavik.
Ono's "We Are Plastic Ono Band" has also planned tribute shows expected to feature guests Lady Gaga and Iggy Pop in Los Angeles on October 1 and 2, while on October 5 she will help release eight reissued solo albums plus new collections called the "John Lennon Signature Box."
This year Lennon has been depicted in the biopic "Nowhere Boy," by video artist Sam Taylor-Wood and is the subject of a new documentary "LennonNYC" using rarely seen footage of the music legend. He was gunned down outside his New York City apartment on December 8th, 1980.
Proceeds from the concert will be donated to the Playing for Change Foundation, a charity which promotes peace through music and builds music schools in the developing world.
by Paul Cashmere
Buffalo Springfield, featuring surviving members Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Richie Furay and Jim Messina, will perform together for the first time in 40 years in October.
The iconic band that launched the career of Neil Young will perform for Neil’s charity function, The Bridge School Benefit on October 23 and 24 at The Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, outside San Francisco.
Bruce Palmer died in 2004. Dewey Martin died in 2009.
Buffalo Springfield were together between 1966 and 1968. They recorded three albums, ‘Buffalo Springfield’ (1966), ‘Buffalo Springfield Again’ (1967) and ‘Last Time Around’ (1968).
In 2000, Young hinted at a reunion on his ‘Silver and Gold’ album with the track ‘Buffalo Springfield Again’. The lyrics went “see those guys again and give it a shot”.
Neil Young’s Bridge School Concert this year will also feature performances from Elton John and Leon Russell, Elvis Costello, Jackson Browne, Modest Mouse and Pearl Jam.
This will be the 24th annual Bridge School Concert. Neil and Pegi Young have down the event for the last 24 years to benefit Hillborough’s Bridge School, aiding students with severe learning disabilities.
Jimi Hendrix's Transformation
From R&B Sideman To World's Most Electrifying Guitarist
Across 4 Hours of Rare & Unreleased Tracks On 5 Disc (4 CD/1 DVD) Boxed Set
Legacy Recordings and Experience Hendrix LLC are proud to announce the highly-anticipated release of West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology, featuring more than four hours of rare and previously unreleased Jimi Hendrix music on a 5 Disc (4 CD/1 DVD) deluxe box set, available Tuesday, November 16.
The long-awaited career-spanning box set tracks Hendrix's remarkable journey from little known R&B sideman to international stardom through an unprecedented assemblage of previously unavailable recordings. West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology is not a collection of existing Jimi Hendrix albums but instead 45 unreleased Jimi Hendrix live and studio recordings including demos and alternate versions of songs from Are You Experienced, Axis: Bold As Love, and Electric Ladyland. West Coast Seattle Boy includes Hendrix’s never before heard version of Bob Dylan’s 'Tears Of Rage," solo acoustic recordings of Electric Ladyland favorites like "Long Hot Summer Night" and "1983 (A Merman I Shall Turn To Be)" as well as never before heard live performances from Berkeley and the legendary Band Of Gypsys Fillmore East concert on New Year's Eve 1969 combined together with such new Hendrix songs as "Hear My Freedom," "Hound Dog Blues," "Lonely Avenue" and more.
A centerpiece achievement in Legacy Recordings' monumental Jimi Hendrix catalog project, West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology is the first Hendrix collection to bring fans access to a comprehensive treasure trove of fresh material -- including demos, alternate takes, live concert jewels and more -- from all phases of the artist's recording career (1964 -1970).
West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology offers the most complete collection of Jimi's pre-Experience R&B performances (including his singles with the Isley Brothers, Little Richard, Don Covay, King Curtis and more) to ever be officially anthologized, while bringing together the most comprehensive and revelatory set of fully realized songs, never before heard live performances, alternate studio takes, acoustic and electric demos, and other rarities drawn from every chapter of Jimi Hendrix's remarkable life and career.
The newly curated and assembled West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology includes Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child, a new 90 minute documentary directed by the multiple Grammy award winning Bob Smeaton (Beatles Anthology, Festival Express, Beatles: The Studio Recordings, Band of Gypsys). An autobiographical journey told in the legendary musician's own words as read by Parliament-Funkadelic's Bootsy Collins, the film incorporates interviews with Hendrix, coupled with the artist's letters, writings and recordings to provide new insight into one of the most enduring icons of popular culture. The documentary features some of Jimi's greatest performances as well as rare and never before seen footage and photos including--for the first time ever--examples from the Hendrix family archive of the late guitarist’s personal drawings, postcards home to his father, song drafts, sketches, and lyrics.
"Who better to tell the incredible story of a man's life than the man himself? Jimi was amazing and only his music, with tones and textures that he conjured, can capture the colorful and expansive essence of his time here on earth. I am enthralled with this all-encompassing new anthology which not only illuminates his years on both sides of the Atlantic and beautifully reveals his versatility as a performer, from his R&B origins to his explosion on the pop culture scene, but highlights who he was for those who knew and loved him," said Janie Hendrix, President and CEO of Experience Hendrix and co-producer of West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology. "This vast exploration of my brother's musical and life experiences leaves no stone unturned and is sure to broaden our understanding of who Jimi really was, not only as a legendary musician, but also as a timeless messenger of love."
"Jimi Hendrix changed the world with his music and West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology honors that achievement with an unprecedented collection of rarities and never-before-heard tracks from the Hendrix vaults that show the breadth and depth of this extraordinary artist," said Adam Block, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Legacy Recordings. "West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology is a comprehensive overview of Hendrix's career told through fresh materials and provides remarkable new insights into one of music's greatest geniuses."
An essential and historic addition to the Jimi Hendrix catalog, West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology brings together, for the first time, many of Hendrix's earliest commercial recordings, providing a rare glimpse of the rising rock guitar hero through a series of stellar sideman performances on a set of highly collectible pre-Experience R&B singles. Included on Disc One of West Coast Seattle Boy are:
1. Isley Brothers - Testify (1964)
2. Don Covay & the Goodtimers - Mercy, Mercy (1964 - #1 Cashbox R&B - #35 Billboard Hot 100)
3. Don Covay & the Goodtimers - Can't Stay Away (1964)
4. Rosa Lee Brooks - My Diary (1965 - written by Arthur Lee)
5. Rosa Lee Brooks - Utee (1965)
6. Little Richard - I Don't Know What You Got But It's Got Me (1965)
7. Little Richard - Dancing All Around The World (1965)
8. Frank Howard & The Commanders - I'm So Glad (1966 - written by Billy Cox)
9. Isley Brothers - Move Over And Let Me Dance (1965)
10. Isley Brothers - Have You Ever Been Disappointed (1965)
11. Ray Sharpe - Help Me (Get The Feeling) (Part I) (1966)
12. The Icemen - (My Girl) She's A Fox (1966)
13. Jimmy Norman - That Little Old Groovemaker (1966)
14. Billy Lamont - Sweet Thang (1968)
15. King Curtis - Instant Groove (1969)
Disc Two of West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology focuses on 1967-68 and Hendrix's breakout sessions with the Jimi Hendrix Experience:
1. Fire (1967) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
2. Are You Experienced (1967) - Previously Unreleased Recording
3. May This Be Love (1967) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
4. Can You See Me (1967) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
5. Love Or Confusion (1967) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
6. Little One (1967) - Previously Unreleased Recording (featuring Dave Mason on sitar)
7. Mr. Bad Luck (1967) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
8. Cat Talking To Me (1967) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
9. Castles Made Of Sand (1967) - Previously Unreleased Recording
10. Tears Of Rage (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
11. Hear My Train A Comin' (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
12. 1983 (A Merman I Shall Turn To Be) (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
13. Long Hot Summer Night (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
14. My Friend (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
15. Angel (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
16. Calling All The Devil's Children (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
17. New Rising Sun (1968) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
Disc Three of West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology revisits 1968-1969, both a peak and pivotal period for Hendrix in which the artist was exploring bold new directions on stage and in the studio:
1. Hear My Freedom (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
2. Room Full Of Mirrors (1969) - Previously Unreleased Recording
3. Shame, Shame, Shame (1969) - Previously Unreleased Recording
4. Messenger (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
5. Hound Dog Blues (1969) - Previously Unreleased Recording
6. Untitled Basic Track (1968) - Previously Unreleased Recording
7. Star Spangled Banner (1969) - Previously Unreleased Original Mix
8. Purple Haze (1969) - Previously Unreleased Original Mix
9. Young/Hendrix (1969) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
10. Mastermind (1969) - Previously Unreleased Recording
11. Message To Love (1969) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
12. Fire (1969) - Previously Unreleased Recording
13. Foxey Lady (1969) - Previously Unreleased Recording
Opening with Hendrix's incendiary New Year's Eve performance of "Stone Free" at New York's Fillmore East on December 31, 1969 and closing with a previously unheard recording from Hendrix alone in his Greenwich Village apartment in 1970, Disc Four of West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology provides a fascinating portrait of an artist at his fiery best, working on the future:
1. Stone Free (1969) - Previously Unreleased Recording
2. Burning Desire (1970) - Previously Unreleased Recording
3. Lonely Avenue (1969) - Previously Unreleased Recording
4. Everlasting First (1970) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording (featuring Arthur Lee)
5. Freedom (1970) - Previously Unreleased Recording
6. Peter Gunn/Catastrophe (1970) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
7. In From The Storm (1970) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
8. All God's Children (1970) - Previously Unreleased Recording
9. Red House (1970) - Previously Unreleased Recording
10. Play That Riff [Thank You] (1970) - Previously Unreleased Recording
11. Bolero (1970) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
12. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) - Previously Unreleased Alternate Recording
13. Suddenly November Morning (1970) - Previously Unreleased Recording
West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology is the centerpiece of Legacy Recordings/Experience Hendrix LLC's second wave of Hendrix catalog releases. Also arriving on November 16 from the artist Rolling Stone magazine called "the greatest guitarist of all time" are deluxe editions of Jimi Hendrix Experience: BBC Sessions and Jimi Hendrix: Blues, his legendary Live At Woodstock performance, and Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year, the highly collectible Jimi Hendrix Christmas EP.
A single disc "Best Of" edition of West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology will be available, with or without the Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child DVD documentary. West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology will also be available in a deluxe edition featuring 8 12" vinyl LPs.
Experience Hendrix Tour 2010, the fourth edition of the biennial concert tour that features an all-star line up of music greats paying homage to the music and legacy of Jimi Hendrix, is currently underway with performances across the country.
Featured artists who will be performing music written and inspired by Jimi Hendrix include some of the best known and most respected musical talent in contemporary rock and blues including Steve Vai, Jonny Lang, Eric Johnson, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brad, Ernie Isley, Mato Nanji, Living Colour, Double Trouble's Chris Layton, along with bassist Billy Cox. Cox, who first befriended Hendrix when the two were in the 101st Airborne Division of U.S. Army, played in both the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Band of Gypsys and performed with Hendrix at such landmark festivals as Woodstock and the Isle of Wight. Cox commented, "It's a thrill for me to play Jimi's music for audiences now as it was in the 1960s."
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This week, Robert Plant and his Band of Joy released an album of cover songs and now, the Led Zeppelin singer says the group will work on some original music. The rocker told that he hasn’t “got a great deal of self-esteem when it comes to writing” but the Band of Joy is “heading that way soon.” Plant added that it will mark the first time he’s written a song “with the Americana psyche in full flight.”
It’s been over 40 years since Jethro Tull released Stand Up, but the band is reissuing the set as a 2CD/DVD Collector’s Edition. The package includes the original album’s 31 tracks remastered, three live songs from the group’s first U-S tour as well as the singles “Living in the Past” and “Sweet Dream,” which appeared on the Benefit record. If that weren't enough, the set also boasts four songs from a BBC Radio show and two U-S radio spots. On top of all that is an edited version of Jethro Tull’s 1970 Live at Carnegie Hall concert. Get it all on October 25th and learn more at
Unreleased Ray Charles Recordings Are Focus Of Rare Genius: The Undiscovered Masters
Oct. 26 Concord Records Release
Features Surprise Duet With Johnny Cash
LOS ANGELES, Calif. —Concord Records is celebrating the 80th birthday of the legendary Ray Charles with a special gift for his legions of fans: Rare Genius: The Undiscovered Masters. This treasure trove of newly discovered recordings, highlighted by a duet with fellow icon Johnny Cash, will become available at physical and digital retailers October 26, 2010.
Culled from four decades worth of demos and other previously unreleased material, Rare Genius showcases the remarkable artistic vision, stylistic range and emotionally rich vocals that crafted Charles enduring legacy.
Listening to the ten gems from the '70s, '80s and '90s that comprise this CD, fans will have no trouble envisioning the late singer rocking back and forth at the piano as he effortlessly segues between R&B/soul, pop, country and gospel. “Ray would always get inside the meaning of a lyric and make the listener believe every word,” says Concord Music Group Chief Creative Officer. John Burk. “His vocals carried incredible emotion and intensity, even on demo tapes. What we have here with Rare Genius is on par with some of his greatest works.”
And that’s crystal clear right from the album’s sparkling opener, "Love’s Gonna Bite You Back." The March 1980 session track features an upbeat horn arrangement behind what Rare Genius liner notes author Bill Dahl calls “a Charles vocal that’s a signature mixture of sandpaper grit and heavenly goodness.” Up next is the stunning ballad "It Hurts to Be in Love," which underscores the album’s main thematic focus and one of Charles’ favorite subjects: the ups and down of romance.
Another compelling standout is the gospel-stirred Charles and Cash duet on Kris Kristofferson’s "Why Me, Lord?" Discovered in the Sony vaults, the song was produced by Billy Sherrill in Nashville and recorded in 1981 for an anticipated release on a CBS album. For unknown reasons, that didn’t come to pass. What’s more important, however, is the emotional charge you get listening to these two powerful voices come together in this spirited and inspired pairing.
Except for "Lord," the nine other Rare Genius tracks including the soul-drenched "I Don’t Want No One But You," a blues-infused cover of songwriter Hank Cochran’s country classic "A Little Bitty Tear" and the joyous "I’m Gonna Keep on Singin'" were found in the vault at Charles’ R.P.M. International studios in Los Angeles. Adding a little sweetening to some of the sparse, stripped-down tracks was a team of top-notch musicians and artists: guitarists Keb' Mo' and George Doering, organist Bobby Sparks, trumpeter Gray Grant, trombonist Alan Kaplan, bassists Trey Henry and Chuck Berghofer, drummers Gregg Field and Ray Brinker and background vocalist Eric Benet.
As with its Concord predecessor, 2004’s Grammy-winning Album of the Year Genius Loves Company, Rare Genius: The Undiscovered Masters is another fitting tribute to Charles, who would have turned 80 on September 23. It’s a fresh, vibrant reaffirmation of the music icon’s unparalleled artistry and legacy
We revealed yesterday that Ladies & Gentlemen… The Rolling Stones, the band’s legendary concert film, will be out on DVD next month. But if you want to see the flick on the big screen before you own it, you can! The movie, which was filmed in Texas in 1972 during the group’s Exile on Main Street tour, will be screened at theaters across the country tomorrow. Find out which theater near you is showing the film and get tickets at The DVD is due out on October 12th.
BALTIMORE – Rocker Frank Zappa was born in Baltimore but gained greater popular acclaim in Europe than in the United States. On Sunday, devout European fans of the late musician brought his mustachioed likeness back home in the form of a bronze bust.
Several hundred fans gathered on a sweltering afternoon as city officials dedicated the bust of the ponytailed rocker outside an east Baltimore library. The bust is a replica of another in a public square in Vilnius, Lithuania, and was donated to the city by Zappa enthusiasts in the small Baltic nation.
"The spirit of Frank Zappa is alive and well in Baltimore," Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said.
The mayor joined Zappa's widow, Gail, and three of his grown children in watching as a curtain was drawn back to reveal the bust set atop a 12-foot steel pole. Later, Zappa's son, Dweezil, took the stage with his tribute band, Zappa Plays Zappa.
Zappa was known for everything from novelty rock songs to elaborate classical compositions. He died of prostate cancer in 1993 at 52.
Sunday's ceremony marked the 25th anniversary of Zappa's testimony before Congress on freedom of expression for recording artists, though the scheduling was coincidental. Zappa had testified against proposed warning labels about lyrical content, calling them a path to censorship.
Libraries were a vital resource for Zappa, who had no formal music education, Gail Zappa told The Associated Press in a recent interview.
Zappa would have appreciated the bizarre way he came to be honored in his birthplace, his widow said. Zappa's songs were known for their quirky, humorous lyrics: One of his biggest hits was "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow." Yet his music was also a favorite of the avant-garde.
"He'd be wildly amused by this, because of the absurdity of these guys in Lithuania coming up with this phenomenal sculptor who normally does busts of Stalin," Gail Zappa said.
Zappa's daughter, Diva, choked up while addressing a throng that chanted Zappa's name.
"Thank you so much for just loving my dad," she said.
Also at the ceremony were the mayor of Vilnius and Saulius Paukstys, the longtime president of a Lithuanian Zappa fan club who commissioned the original statue.
He has described the effort to erect the bust in Vilnius in the early 1990s as a test of the former Soviet republic's fledgling independence. The Baltimore dedication, he said, was a great day "for art, the human mind and democracy."
Helen Urban, 61, of Silver Spring, was among the Zappa fans in the crowd and saw the original bust during a trip to Lithuania last year. The replica is in a better location, Urban said.
"They have it sitting in the parking lot of a hospital," she said. "It's ugly as sin, but it's cool."
Gail Zappa, on the other hand, finds it beautiful.
"The guy was inspired," she said of sculptor Konstantinas Bogdanas. "It's more than a likeness. It captured the force of his personality and his will in terms of being an artist."

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Favorite Records./Musicians (1-50)

  • Jimi Hendrix: Electric Ladyland
  • Beatles: Sgt. Peppers
  • Beatles: White Album
  • Led Zeppelin: 1
  • Rolling Stones: Let it Bleed
  • Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon
  • Rolling Stones: Exile on Main Street
  • Led Zeppelin: 2
  • Beatles: Revolver
  • Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced
  • Grateful Dead: Live '72
  • Cream: Disraeli Gears
  • Beatles: Abbey Road
  • Big Brother/Janis: Cheap Thrills
  • Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers
  • Jeff Beck/Rod Steward: Faith
  • Jimi Hendrix: Axis Bold As Love
  • Grateful Dead: Anthem to the Sun
  • Miles Davis: Bitches Brew
  • Traffic: first one
  • Doors: first one
  • Rolling Stones: Satanic Majesties
  • Ten Years After: Cricklewood Green
  • Spirit: The Family That Plays Together
  • Cream: Wheels of Fire
  • Stepenwolf: first one
  • Jefferson Airplane: After Bathing at Baxters
  • Beatles: Magical Mystery Tour
  • Traffic: Dear Mr. Fantasy
  • Greatful Dead: Aoxoxo..
  • Animals: Love Is
  • Pink Floyd: Ungamunga
  • Miles Davis: In a Silent Way
  • Tim Buckley: Blue Melody
  • Tim Leary/Jimi Hendrix: You Can Be Anyone
  • Jefferson Airplane: Surrealistic Pillow
  • Doors: Soft Parade
  • Joe Cocker: first one
  • Ravi Shankar: Monterey
  • Rolling Stones: Beggars Banquet
  • George Harrison: All Things Must Pass
  • Doors: Strange Days
  • Jimi Hendrix: Cry of Love
  • Weather Report: I Sing the Body Electric
  • Doors: Waiting for the Sun
  • John Coltrane: My Favorite Things
  • Grateful Dead: first
  • Zappa: Hot Rats
  • Traffic: Low Spark of High Heel Boys
  • Jethro Tull: Aqualung



Favorite Records/Musicians (50-100)

  • Tim Buckley: Greetings From LA
  • Allman Brothers: Live At the Filmore
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra: Birds of Fire
  • John Mclaughlin: Love, Devotion and Surrender
  • Santana: first
  • Pink Floyd: BBC
  • Led Zeppelin: Houses of the Holy
  • Jimi Hendrix: Band of Gypsys
  • Miles Davis: Bitches Brew Sessions/Another Bitches Brew
  • Grateful Dead: (live from the 80's)
  • Crosby Stills Nash and Young: deja vu
  • Bob Dylan: Subterenean Homesick Blues
  • Tim Buckley: Happy Sad
  • Weather Report: second
  • Santana/McLauglin: Love, Devotion and Surrender
  • Bob Dylan: Hwy 61 Revisited
  • Derek and the Dominoes: Layla
  • David Crosby: If I Could Remember My Name
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra
  • Jimi Hendrix: Rainbow Bridge
  • Led Zeppelin: III
  • Pink Floyd: Shine on You Crazy Diamond
  • Miles Davis: Live-Evil
  • Grateful Dead: live 90's
  • Beatles: Rubber Soul
  • Miles Davis: Sketches of Spain
  • Jimi Hendrix: Cry of Love
  • Moody Blues: In Search of the Lost Chord
  • Beatles: Magical Mystery Tour
  • John Mclauglin: My Goal's Beyond
  • Santana: Welcome
  • Country Joe: Electric Music
  • Pink Floyd: Pompei
  • Moody Blues: Tomorrow
  • Who: Tommy
  • Stevie Wonder: Talking Book
  • Jimi Hendrix: Midnight Lightning
  • Frank Zappa: Us and Them
  • Quicksilver: first one
  • Spirit: Fresh Garbage
  • Mothers of Invention: Only in it for the Money
  • Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs and Englishman
  • Bob Dylan: Another Side Of
  • Cream: Fresh
  • Yes: first
  • Who: Live at Leeds
  • Rolling Stones: High Tides
  • Tim Buckley: Safronia
  • King Crimson: Court of Crimson King



Favorite Records/Musicians(100-150)

  • Paul Butterfield-East West
  • Jean Luc Ponty: Enigmatic Voyage
  • Miles Davis: Seven Steps
  • Shawn Philips: Faces
  • Byrds: Notorious Bird Brothers
  • Steppenwolf: Monster
  • Raphael; Music to Disapear In 2
  • Buffalo Springfield: Retrospect
  • Neil Young: first
  • Beatles: Let it Be
  • Pink Floyd: Meddle
  • Neil Young: Everybody Knows this is Nowhere
  • Allman Brothers: Eat a Peach
  • Frank Zappa: Apostrophe
  • Gong
  • Miles Davis: Big Fun
  • Neil Young: Zuma
  • Miles Davis: Kind of Blue
  • Doors: Morrison Hotel
  • Soft Machine-first
  • Grand Funk Railroad: Closer to Home
  • Jefferson Starship: Blows Against the Empire
  • John Luc Ponty: Tales of...
  • Blind Faith
  • Neil Young: Harvest
  • Jefferson Airplane: Volunteers
  • Eric Burdon and War
  • Rolling Stones: Between the Buttons
  • Jefferson Airplane: Bless Its Pointed Little Head
  • Cream: Goodbye
  • Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here
  • Who: Who's Next
  • Quicksilver: first
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash, Young: 4 Way Street
  • Tim Buckley: Happy/Sad
  • Lauro Nyro: Christmas and the Beads of Sweat
  • Spirit: Ice
  • Shawn Phillips: Colaboration
  • Rolling Stones: Only Rock and Roll
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra: Inner Mounting Flame
  • Pink Floyd: Animals
  • Traffic: Last Exit
  • Stevie Wonder: Talking Book
  • Pink Floyd: Obscured by Clouds
  • Jean Luc Ponty: Cosmic Messenger
  • Steve Stills: first
  • Bob Marley: Exodus
  • Pink Floyd: Saucer Full of Secrets
  • Traffic: Shoot Out at the Fantasy Farm
  • It's A Beautiful Day: first
  • Pete Townsend: Who Came First
  • Mothers of Invention: Freak Out
  • Doors: LA Woman

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