Sunday, December 5, 2010

Links By George- December 6th

I invite you to check out my updated blog images.
There is new art from visionary artist Daniel Friedemann and others.
The blog this week (as does the newsletter) has many articles on
Wikileaks as well as stories on psychedelics, spirituality,
environmental, economy,health, political, conspiracies,
UFO and updated music news.

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Stephanie has been uploading some beautiful videos of our life. Her latest is the Lava Boat ride on the Big Island. All her videos can be seen at

Our son John Douvris has samples of some of his fine music at

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Culinary Cocophanies events at Starseed Gardens Nursery
December schedule
Byron Bay AU

Summer Academy for Drawing and Painting
with one of the world's greatest artists
PHILIP Rubinov Jacobson
July, August, September 2011 schedules in Austria

"The Spirit Molecule" screening of this excellent film on DMT
Portage Theater 4050 N. Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
Jan 14 8pm.
The producer Mitch Schultz will be there for Q and A

The 7th International Amazonian Shamanism Conference: "As Above, So Below".
This event is a world class event that I recommend your attending if possible.
When registering, mention your learning about if from this newsletter which
will entitle you to a discount upon registration.
July 6th - 22nd, 2011 Peru

High Society exhitibion UK till February 27


Dangerous Outlaw Willie Nelson Detained
by Border Patrol

Arizona Joins the Medical Marijuana Club

Going Dutch!
Marijuana cafes could close to foreigners

You've got to be kidding! A terrorism training exercise at
Shasta Dam in Northern California this month featured pot growers
as the terrorists.

Feds Prohibit Fake Marijuana




40 Years later,
Elvis as a narc remains a bizarre story

Templar cannabis wine recipe

The effects of MDA in healthy volunteers,
published in the open
access online journal PLOS one


RADIANT MINDS: Scientists Explore the Dimensions of Consciousness
edited by our friend Jean Millay and author Dean Radin

A new, in depth interview, which might be of interest,
with James L. Kent,
author of Psychedelic Information Theory:
Shamanism in the Age of Reason

Sci Am on psilocybin

Can it Cure Addiction Without the Hallucinogenic Trip?

A Phenomenological Study of
Ayahuasca and its Effect on Depression

Cannabis Religions

Psychobiology of Drug-Induced Religious Experience:
From the Brain “Locus of Religion” to Cognitive Unbinding

Psychedelics and Human Destiny:
Notes from the Horizons Conference

Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century

Rainbow Gathering photos and panoramas from Ziv

Golan Heights Rainbow Gathering 2010

Greek dancing as the yurt goes up

Saint Misbehavin':
The Wavy Gravy Movie

Gary Lachman's
"Turn off Your Mind" website "where consciousness
and culture meet or at least come as close
together as possible"

David Wilcock's Divine Cosmos site

Course of Awakening offered by my friend Tobias

Course of Awakening

Awakening The Human Angels:
The Holy Grails

Our friend Ariadne is an expert on soul mate relationships

Partners in Kindness

Our friend Jojo is a wonderful example of person to person
helping as this video shows in Indonesia

Siddhartha Foundation-
Compassion in Action-Bringing Hope
to Tibetan Children in Nepal

Our friend's life of spiritual example Mahadev - Arvinda

The School of Wisdom and founder Count Hermann Keyserling

Arnold Keyserling is the original "new age thinker" in
Europe who first introduced both the Human Potential
movement and the Native American shamans to Europe
in the 1970's and 1980's.

The Pagan Christ

When Was the First Christmas?


Survival of the Godliest
Does strong religious belief provide an evolutionary advantage?

Are We Becoming an Atheist Nation?
3 Reasons Young People Are Abandoning Religion

No Arms No Legs No Worries

Incredible Optical Illusions Videos Will Baffle Your Brain


The Mad Artist's Brain:
The Connection between Creativity and
Mental Illness More evidence for the long-suspected
physiological link between inventiveness
and mental illness

Syd Barrett/Pink Floyd site:
Saucerful of Secrets

Mose Allison -
Your Mind Is On Vacation

A celebration of Jimi Hendrix's life and music

Announcing the release of RECOIL:
John Cipollina

Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) -
George Harrison

It Must Have Been the Roses -
Grateful Dead (very beautiful images)

Althea, 3/9/81- Grateful Dead

GRATEFUL DEAD - Blues for Allah part 1

Arabian wind, The needle's eye is thin, The ships of state sail on mirage,
And drown in sand, Out in no-man's land where Allah does command.

What good is spilling blood? It will not grow a thing;
Taste eternity the swords sing: Blues of Allah In 'sh'Allah.

Joni Mitchell-Cactus Tree (BBC) 1970

Jackson Browne -Sing My Songs To Me,
8- 20- 04 , Live

Talking Heads -
Live in Rome 1980 - 05 Drugs w/Adrien Belew

Talking Heads -
Live in Rome 1980 - 03 Cities

Grand Funk Railroad-People, Let's Stop The War

Rare Earth with Peter Rivera -
I Just Want To Celebrate

Rare Earth - Good Time Sally (1972)


Check out the music of our drummer friend Dave LaRocca

Visions in art from Daniel Friedemann

7 Rock Songs Exploited for Commerce and Conservatism

Actor Leslie Nielsen Dies At Age 84


Dholavira was the lake city of the great Indus Valley civilization

Saudi oil minister helped craft climate accord

Japan Turns Its Back on Kyoto Protocol

Catastrophic Blizzards, Heat Waves and Floods:
Global Warming or Just Crazy Weather?

Hawaii Sustainable Community Alliance (HSCA)

1,000 Earthquakes Hit Yellowstone Super Volcano

Oil and Indians Don't Mix

Ocean Dead Zones

How Cold Does It Have to Be to Snow?

Animals are getting fatter, too
Is something in the environment making everyone -- animals and humans
-- gain weight?

Amazing Underwater Caves

A Trove of Unearthly Species Uncovered in New Guinea's 'Eden'


Father and son film outer space, do-it-yourself style


State Dept. wants intel on African acceptance of GMOs

Experts split on global warming, highland malaria

Bayer Pesticide Chemicals Linked to Devastating
Collapse of Honeybee Populations

Are We Killing Ourselves with Cleanliness?
As Number of Allergy Sufferers Soar,
Potential Cures Are More Radical

The Cleaner, Cheaper "Toilet Paper Alternative"
Everyone Should Adopt (It's Environmentally Friendly

What the TSA is NOT Telling You about Full Body Scans...

An ICEMS Monograph

Tomato ketchup:
what's really in your favourite sauce?

3 out of 4 People Should Avoid This Common Food

A Newly Discovered Reason to Avoid Fast Food and Popcorn

The Label All Milk Drinkers Should Look Out For
(Unless You Like Cancer)

15 Dangerous Drugs Big Pharma Shoves Down Our Throats

"Secret Ingredients Your Eyes are ‘Starved’ For… "

The Supplement Almost Everyone Should Take
When They Are Sick
-vitamin C

The Colorful History of Colloidal Silver
& Other Silver Compounds

''Bow Down To The Medicinal Power Of Cranberries''

Natural Medication:
Foods From the Countryside - Woodland

The Best and Worst Vegetables to Eat

The Best Kept Secret for Avoiding Alzheimer's... B12

Vaccines & Dental Fillings Cause Alzheimer's

Most kids with autism Misdiagnosed.
They Have Vaccine-
induced Brain Damage

"Half of Americans will be diabetic or pre-diabetic by 2020."

Finally, Proof that Cancer is a Man-Made Disease

Eating This "Healthy" Food?
It Could be Slowly and Silently Killing You
Dangers of Soy

Poor People Denied Organ Transplants


WikiLeaks Honduras:
State Department Busted on Support of Coup

Nigeria to Charge Dick Cheney in Pipeline Bribery Case
By Elisha Bala-Gbogbo
Nigeria will file charges against former U.S. Vice President
Dick Cheney and officials from five foreign companies including
Halliburton Co. over a $180 million bribery scandal,
a prosecutor at the anti-graft agency said.

The "Great Game" and the Conquest of Eurasia:
Towards a World War III Scenario?
Mackinder's Geo-Strategic Nightmare

Global Poverty Doubled since 1970s: UN

The Bank That Ate A Country
Like the mythical Atlas holding the world on his shoulders,
the Irish coalition government heaped the financial
institutions on the shoulders of the Irish state.

Russia and NATO:
`Not a piece of furniture'
Eric Walberg

WikiLeaks Release to Feature Corruption Among World Leaders, Governments
By Daniel Tencer
The imminent document dump will include reports
from US diplomats on corruption within foreign
governments and among world leaders.

Egyptian Civil Rights:
156 Christians Arrested Over Church

The History of Palestine

Fiji Water Shuts Down

Will G20 Police Succeed In Covering Up Reports
of Rape and Torture?



Why Europe Thinks We're Insane

US mercenary firms hired Afghan 'dancing boys',
WikiLeaks cable reveals

Wikileaks' Julian Assange Speaks

WikiLeaks Server Goes Down
Julian Assange Facing 'Hundreds Of Death Threats'
"There are hundreds of mirrors of WikiLeaks now," he said.
"It's a test for Internet censorship. Can governments
take something off the net? I think not.
There are copies of the website everywhere.

Assange Accuser Worked with US-Funded,
CIA-Tied Anti-Castro Group
By: Kirk James Murphy, M.D.
Julian Assange's chief accuser in Sweden has a significant
history of work with anti-Castro groups, at least one
of which is US funded and openly supported by a former
CIA agent convicted in the mass murder of seventy three
Cubans on an airliner he was involved in blowing up.

CIA and the Culture of Corruption

Take Off the Blindfold.
Don't Be Afraid to See the Truth!

Tom Hayden
WikiLeaks vs. The Empire

Amy Goodman
The WikiLeaks Diplomatic Crisis
The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has begun releasing a giant trove of confidential U.S. diplomatic cables that is sending
shockwaves through the global diplomatic establishment.
Among the findings: Arab leaders are urging the United States
to attack Iran; Washington and Yemen agreed to
cover up the use of U.S. warplanes to bomb Yemen;
the United States is using its embassies around the world
as part of a global spy network and asking diplomats to gather intelligence; and much more.

WikiLeaks Site Under "Attack"
as Diplomatic Cables Go Public

WikiLeaks Releases State Department Cables
Washington - U.S. diplomats and officials said they're
bracing Sunday for at least three newspapers and
WikiLeaks to publish hundreds of thousands classified
State Department cables that could drastically alter
U.S. relations with top allies and reveal embarrassing
secrets about U.S. foreign policy.

WikiLeaks Releases Diplomatic Bombshell
A small glimpse of the more than 250,000 secret diplomatic
cables released by WikiLeaks discloses that Arab leaders
are privately urging an air strike on Iran, and that US
officials have been instructed to spy on the UN's leadership.

Noam Chomsky:
WikiLeaks Cables Reveal
"Profound Hatred for Democracy"

Yemeni President Agreed To Cover up US Attack in Yemen
Cables Shine Light Into Secret Diplomatic Channels
"We'll continue saying the bombs are ours, not yours,"
Mr. Saleh said, according to the cable sent by the American
ambassador, prompting Yemen's deputy prime minister
to "joke that he had just 'lied' by telling Parliament"
that Yemeni forces had carried out the strikes.

Saudi King: US Should Plant Chips in Gitmo Detainees.
By Full US Embassy Cable
The King, proposed implanting detainees with an
electronic chip containing information about them and
allowing their movements to be tracked with Bluetooth.
This was done with horses and falcons, the King said.

Pakistan - China - Iran
Wikileaks Cables: Key Issues
Pakistan stand-off: The cables show the US has been
attempting to remove highly enriched uranium from
a research reactor in Pakistan
since 2007.

US Embassy Cables Leak Sparks Global Diplomacy Crisis
By David Leigh
More than 250,000 dispatches reveal US foreign strategies ·
Diplomats ordered to spy on allies as well as enemies
· Hillary Clinton leads frantic 'damage limitation'

WikiLeaks Under Attack; No Comment From State Department
By Chris Good
Scanned front page of Monday's Der Spiegel quotes
officials calling Ahmadinejad 'Hitler'.

Bill O'Reilly Says WikiLeaks Leakers
Should Be Executed

Daniel Ellsberg Says Boycott Amazon
Daniel Ellsberg's Goodbye Letter to Amazon

Israel Manufacturing Consent For Attack On Iran
WikiLeaks: Netanyahu Warned U.S. Iran 'Months Away' From Nuclear Bomb
By Haaretz Service
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed in 2009 that Iran was months
away from achieving military nuclear capability, classified documents
released by WikiLeaks on Sunday quote a State Department official as saying.

Deceits, Plots, Insults: America Laid Bare
By Jerome Taylor, Cahal Milmo and David Usborne
Diplomatic communiqu├ęs released by Wikileaks shine
unprecedented light on the US and how it sees the world.

Alfred McCoy, Taking Down America

White Southerners Plan Parties Celebrating Confederacy,
Secession, Civil War -- Pretend Slavery Didn't Happen

Latest edition of Issues and Alibis

Christopher Colombowicz:
America's discoverer Polish not Portuguese,
claim historians

'Porno Scanner' Scandal Shows the Idiocy of
America's Zero Risk Culture

Questions Media Won't Ask About WikiLeaks Release


The Mythical United States of America:
Rushing into Backwardness

Hunger in America

US Infected Guatemalans With Syphilis in 1940s,
Obama Orders Commission


The Mysterious "Laptop Documents".
Using Fake Intelligence to
Justify a Pre-emptive Nuclear War on Iran

US Lies About N. Korea Situation

Sarah Palin: '
We Gotta Stand With Our North Korean Allies':
Was it a simple blunder or did a possible 2012
presidential contender really get her geography wrong?

Oceans of Blood and Profits for the Mongers of War
By Robert Fisk
Coming soon to a war near you; oceans of blood, bodies
torn to shreds, of course. But bring your credit card.
Or a cheque book. It's big business.
And there may be profits.

Dennis Kucinich:
Fake Taliban Leader, Fake Elections, Fake Deadline,
Real Trouble Afghanistan War, Nightmare without
End for Troops, Innocent Civilians and US Taxpayers

The US of A Breaks the Soviet Record
US presence in Afghanistan as long as Soviet slog

US Cable Confirms US Killed Women and Children In Yemen
By Michael Isikoff
The U.S. media paid scant attention in June when Amnesty International released a report charging that U.S. cruise
missiles carrying cluster bombs had struck the village
of al Majalah in southern Yemen on Dec. 17, 2009,
killing 41 civilians, including 14 women and 21 children.

92% of Afghans Never Heard of 9/11
By Daniel Tence
Fewer than one in 10 Afghans are aware of the 9/11
attacks and their precipitation of the war in Afghanistan.
Study shows that four in 10 Afghans believe the US is
on their soil in order to "destroy Islam or
occupy Afghanistan."

Vietnam: The Last Battle
By John Pilger


Bush Gloats Over Dan Rather's Ouster

Ex-German Chancellor Says Bush is a Liar

WATCH: Barbara Bush Bad-Mouths Sarah Palin:
"She Should Stay in Alaska"

Sarah Palin's Brand of 'Feminism' More Popular
With Men Than Women

Could She Reach the Top in 2012?
You Betcha

WikiLeaks Fallout:
Should Hillary Clinton Resign?

Obama's Captors

Obama Was Used, And Is Now Used Up

End of American Dream a Nightmare for Obama

Still the Best Congress Money Can Buy


Join in on the World's Biggest Bank
Run This December

Soccer star could trigger revolution

Putin Ditches Dollar, Backs Euro
Putin - Euro should be World's Reserve Currency

ATM Fraud Gets Even More Brazen

Fail and Grow Rich on Wall Street

Financial Meltdown on Wall Street
Excerpt from Introduction to The Global Economic Crisis.
The Great Depression of the XXI Century

New Yorker:
What Good Is Wall Street?
Much of what investment bankers do is socially worthless.

How the Oligarchs Took America

Bid to Limit Tax Cuts to Middle Class
and Poor Fails in Senate

A Different Legal System for the Rich:
Imagine Getting Off Easy for Hit-and-Run
Because You Run a Hedge Fund

End Dynasty Welfare.
Start the "Dynasty Tax"

The 10 Biggest Chain Stores in NYC
as Mom and Pops Disappear
(Guess the Biggest! Hint, It's Not Starbucks)

Stop Them From Eating My Town
In Chapter 3 of Thom Hartmann's "Rebooting the American Dream"
(serialized exclusively on Truthout), the author looks at how chain stores run by "corporate Godzillas" are crowding out
local businesses and endangering communities.
He offers proven recommendations
- from elsewhere in the world and from this country's past
- to encourage entrepreneurship, keep small businesses healthy
and stop giant corporations from "eating your town next"


Engelhardt, The United States of Fear

Psychiatric Manual DSM-IV-TR Labels free Thinkers,
non conformers as Mentally Ill

Is the USA Attacking
With Hacker Technologies?

Government agency warns employees that looking
at Wikileaks could be a criminal offense

US government imposes world-wide website censorship

Here Come Homeland Security Internet Police,
and They're Already Shutting Down Web Sites
They Don't Like

US Shuts Down Web Sites in Piracy Crackdown

The "Hi Tech" Corporate Police State:
"Reengineering" the Internet ... for Persistent Surveillance
Ghost in the Machine:
Secret State Teams Up with Ad Pimps to Throttle Privacy

FBI Wiretapping of Internet Users.
"All Your Data Belongs to Us"
A Seamless Global Surveillance Web

Workers, Be Careful:
Facebook Snoops Looking Over Your Shoulder

Swedish probe into US 'espionage'

Edward Bernays :
on Propaganda and Public Relations

Controversial Drug Given to All Guantanamo Detainees
Akin to "Pharmacologic Waterboarding"

Obama and GOPers Worked Together
to Kill Bush Torture Probe

The CEO of one of the two companies licensed to sell full
body scanners to the TSA accompanied President Barack Obama
to India earlier this month, a clear sign of the deep ties between Washington politicians and the companies pushing to have body scanners installed at all US airports

The 'Porno Scanners'
A Bizarre Tale of Graft and Sleazy Political Opportunism
By Michael Collins
Chertoff was caught red handed shilling for full body
scanners on behalf of a company that was a client
of Chertoff's consulting company.

Travelers' 5 Most Demeaning TSA Horror Stories

TSA pat-down leaves Mich. man covered in urine

TSA is a far greater threat to Americans than are terrorists
By Paul Craig Roberts

TSA Gestapo Empire
By Paul Craig Roberts
It doesn't take a bureaucrat long to create an empire.
John Pistole, the FBI agent who took over the Transportation
Security Administration on July 1 told USA Today 16 days
later that protecting trains and subways from terrorist
attacks will be as high a priority for him as air travel.

The secret report that shows how
the Nazis planned a Fourth Reich the EU

Jesuit manipulated Catholic Nazis

Who Is George Soros?
George Soros Conspiracy/Real Shadow Governments/Covert
Powers At War

Prognosis 2012:
Towards a New World Social Order by Richard K. Moore

Power and the Tiny Acts of Rebellion
By Chris Hedges
How can we battle back against those who will
mobilize hatred to cement into place an
American fascism?

Russian activist disappears after exposing vaccination
plans for Russia, Ukraine and Belarus

Absolute Proof chemtrails are real

Who Destroyed the 9/11 Evidence?

The National Security State and the Assassination of JFK
The CIA, the Pentagon, and the `Peace President`

Jesse Ventura to Air JFK Assassination Deathbed Confession -
Alex Jones Tv 1/3

George Bush and the Murder of John Kennedy

John Hankey - 9/11 and JFK connection

Lee Harvey Oswald's coffin up for auction

FKN Newz greatest rips part 4

FEMA camps
They're Training Local Police to Suspend Rights

David Icke ... How It All Started

David Icke - The Schism People

NASA creates buzz with ‘extraterrestrial’ announcement

Has NASA Discovered Life On Saturn's Moon?

BP oil spill incident commander dies in small plane crash


"The man who can keep a secret may be wise, but he is not half as wise as the man with no secrets to keep" - Edgar Watson Howe

"The aim of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all; it is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level, to breed and train a standardized citizenry, to down dissent and originality. That is its aim in the United States, whatever the pretensions of politicians, pedagogues, and other such mountebanks, and that is its aim everywhere else....Their purpose, in brief, is to make docile and patriotic citizens, to pile up majorities, and to make John Doe and Richard Doe as nearly alike, in their everyday reactions and ways of thinking, as possible." -- H. L. Mencken - (1880-1956) American Journalist, Editor, Essayist, Linguist, Lexicographer, and Critic

THOUGHT FOR TODAY:A teacher is one who makes himself progressively unnecessary. -Thomas Carruthers
"A time comes when silence is betrayal." - Rev. Martin Luther King

"In a free society, we are supposed to know the truth," - "In a society where truth becomes treason, we are in big trouble." Rep. Ron Paul (R) of Texas


NEW YORK (Billboard) – While Beatles fans celebrate the addition of the band's catalog to iTunes, Paul McCartney will help Sirius XM Radio ring in a milestone of its own this month.
McCartney will play New York's Apollo Theater for the first time on December 13, in an invitation-only event for listeners of the satellite radio service as it approaches 20 million subscribers.
The concert will be broadcast live on six different Sirius XM channels. The company also announced the launch of "Paul McCartney's Band on the Run Radio," a commerical-free music channel showcasing McCartney's catalog that will run 24/7 from November 29 to December 26.
The channel coincides with the reissue earlier this month of "Band on the Run," McCartney's 1973 album with Wings.
"Sir Paul's performance at the Apollo Theater is our way of thanking our subscribers," Sirius president and chief content officer Scott Greenstein said in a statement.
"We are thrilled to offer them an opportunity to attend the event and listen live to this once-in-a-lifetime concert on Sirius XM.
The news follows Apple's announcement that the Beatles' catalog is now for sale on iTunes.
It has been twenty years since David Crosby last took the stage solo in Los Angeles but he will end that drought on Monday, December 13 at the Avalon Hollywood in a show to benefit The Blank Theatre Company.
The company, formed in 1990, is dedicated to excellence and innovation in the theater arts, aiming to become Hollywood's first regional theater company. Noah Wyle (E.R.) is the group's artistic producer and vice chairman of the board while Debbie Reynolds, Tiffani Thiessen and Vanessa Williams are among those on the advisory board.
“My friend Noah Wyle took me to see a few of The Blank’s shows. I was duly impressed by the quality of production and the daring nature of the work. Supporting The Blank is just one small way that I can help,” David Crosby said.
“When David told me he wanted to play a benefit show for us, I was so touched that he felt inclined to respond to our work with his music. It is a rare and humbling honor for our organization,” Noah Wyle added.
John Cipollina represented the archetypal “Sixties” musician. His unique guitar tone, style, one-of-a-kind sound, along with his classic longhaired rock ‘n roll look and his charming and humble personality made this former Quicksilver Messenger Service guitar player an inimitable figure in the rock music history.
Recoil: John Cipollina In Music & In Memory is a deluxe 3 DVD box set that provides an almost six hour journey through the rock ‘n roll life and music of John Cipollina. Along with the 1991 produced one-hour re-mastered “Electric Guitarslinger”, this captivating rockumentary features interviews with Jerry Garcia, Bill Graham, Barry Melton, David Freiberg, Nick Gravenites, Gary Duncan, Nicky Hopkins, Greg Douglass, Merl Saunders, Dan Healy, Terry Dolan, Martine Fierro, Rocky Sullivan, Joel Selvin, Charlie Deal, Michael and Mario Cipollina and others. Also included are interviews with John Cipollina from 1984 and 1989.
The Concert DVD includes 17 previously unreleased songs performed by Quicksilver Messenger Service, Copperhead, Link Wray, Thunder & Lightning, Terry & The Pirates and Dinosaurs.
John Cipollina had style and was not only an amazing “Electric Guitar Slinger” he was also a true rock-n-roll gentleman. John had such a spirit of joyful freedom and expression which started off so celebratory in the sixties and it carried over into the eighties. His music and memory will live forever and with Recoil: John Cipollina In Music And In Memory it will.
Produced by Antonia Cipollina, Steve Keyser, Mike Somavilla and William Dire Wolff. Director and Videographer Jesse Block.
Recoil: John Cipollina In Music & In Memory is a limited edition release, of only 2000 units.
To order visit
Thanks to Dave Basner for these news stories.....
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was convicted of possession of marijuana yesterday. According to, in October, police executed a search warrant on the rocker’s New Zealand home, where they found 25 grams of the drug. Another two grams were found on Phil’s boat. His lawyer argued that the court should drop the charge because the “low-level” offense could hinder Rudd’s chances of traveling internationally. The judge didn’t agree and felt Phil should’ve known better. Rudd was convicted and fined 250 dollars. As he left court, he said, “I’m not a bad person.”
Keith Richards Attacks Swedish Journalist
Guitarist Keith Richards proved he's still a 'Street Fighting Man' , threatening and attacking a Swedish journalist during an interview at a Paris hotel.
According to Swedish publication Aftonbladets, Richards reportedly got into an argument with the tabloid's music reviewer Markus Larsson during a promotional stop at Paris' Le Meurice Hotel for his new autobiography 'Life.' In August 2007, Larsson gave the Stones a 2 out of 5 rating for a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden and described them as "amateurs." Richards didn't forget the slight. In fact, he demanded a public apology.
"The meeting ended with the rock star threatening Markus Larsson and hitting him in the head," the article said, with Larsson adding that Richards hissed, "You're lucky to get out of here alive" prior to leaving.
Earlier this year, Pink Floyd members Roger Waters and David Gilmour played together at a charity event held at a socialite’s home in England. It turns out, drummer Nick Mason was invited to join the pair onstage in what would have been just the second time in 30 years that the surviving members of the band reunited. However, Nick told Classic Rock Magazine he turned down the offer, explaining that he didn’t believe the event was “right” for a re-formation of the group. Mason called it “a charity event for suits” adding, “Why play for a lot of posh totty instead of some other things we should save that up for a Live 8 type of thing.”
Eric Clapton recently revealed 2011 dates in Asia and Europe and now, the legendary guitarist has announced concerts in North America. Starting on February 25th in Vancouver, British Columbia, Clapton will tour the West Coast. He’ll be on the road through March 9th, performing in Seattle, Portland, San Jose, Sacramento, Vegas, San Diego and L-A. Get all the dates at Los Lobos on selected dates.
James Taylor has announced a special tour. It kicks off on February 26th in Tulsa and during it, the “You’ve Got A Friend” performer will hit the road with his son, singer-songwriter Ben Taylor. It marks their first joint trek. As yet, only eight dates have been announced but more will be revealed on Friday. Stay up to date at
• Ben just finished his new album, Listening.
• Ben previously toured with his mother, Carly Simon.
The Allman Brothers Band will be bringing their annual New York residency back to New York’s Beacon Theatre. The group will perform at the venue once again during eight days in mid-March, starting on March 10th. Tickets go on sale on December 4th. Learn more at
• Over the past 20 years, the Allman Brothers Band played nearly 190 shows at the Beacon, more than any other act.
• Earlier this year, the band was unable to book the venue due to a Cirque du Soleil show.
Even though Jimi Hendrix passed away 40 years ago, new footage of the guitar legend continues to come out and next year will be no different. According to the late rocker’s sister, Janie Hendrix, who handles his estate, a documentary about Jimi’s 1969 concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall will come out in 2011. Janie described the flick to Billboard as “a day in the life of Jimi,” who was followed by cameramen during his European tour that year. The film, which features a side of Jimi rarely seen, will likely be released to theaters and on pay-per-view, then on DVD as well.
Jason Bonham is currently touring the country with his Led Zeppelin Experience show, during which he pays tribute to his father, late Zep kitman John Bonham, by playing the band’s music. But aside from his dad, what other drummers does Jason admire? He told Canada’s that The Who’s Keith Moon was “an innovative guy” and he is a huge fan of his. Another influential drummer for Jason – Rush’s Neal Peart. Read more at
Saturday Night Live will have an impressive musical guest in a couple weeks. Paul McCartney is set to perform on the December 11th show. It marks the former Beatle’s third time as musical guest. He’s promoting the deluxe reissue of Band on the Run. Comic actor Paul Rudd is the host that night. Check it out on NBC at 11:30 PM Eastern.
Outgoing Florida Governor Charlie Crist will officially submit Jim Morrison’s name to his state’s clemency board as a candidate to be pardoned. The Doors singer was convicted for profanity and indecent exposure at a 1969 concert in Miami. Crist told the New York Times he’s doing it because he thinks “it’s the right thing to do,” adding, “In some ways, it seems like a tragic conclusion to a young man’s life to have maybe this be a lasting legacy, where we’re not even sure that it actually occurred.”
Could The Rolling Stones headline this year’s Coachella Festival? According to Hits Daily Double, event organizers are “very close to finalizing a deal” with the band. The gig would reportedly earn the group five-million dollars. Coachella takes place in California every April. Learn more about the rumors at
Jimmy Page is anxious to hit the road again. The Led Zeppelin guitarist told, “I’m desperate to be playing, but it won’t be ‘til next year.” Page went on to say, “I’ll get a good vehicle to get out there and do some concerts.” However, Jimmy did not explain what the “good vehicle” might be so we’ll just have to wait and find out.
Robert Plant’s Band of Joy has announced more North American tour dates. The updated version of the singer’s pre-Led Zeppelin group kicks off a trek on January 18th in North Carolina. They’ll be on the road through February 9th when they wind down in Nashville. Get all the dates at
Some big names in rock will be performing at an event in January, and it’s all for a good cause. The Who, Jeff Beck, Blondie’s Deborah Harry and The Verve’s Richard Ashcroft will take the stage at London’s Hammersmith Apollo on January 13th to raise money for the KILLING Cancer charity. Learn more at
Next year, Donovan will team up with the London Contemporary Orchestra to perform a live version of his 1966 album Sunshine Superman. The show will take place on June 3rd at London’s Royal Albert Hall and according to Uncut magazine, the singer is doing it as gift to his wife. The pair celebrates their 40th anniversary this year and when he asked her what she wanted to do, she answered, “Perform the complete Sunshine Superman album at the Royal Albert Hall.” Done and done.
40 years have passed since Eric Clapton’s short-lived group Derek and the Dominos released their only studio album, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, and now, according to a fan site, an anniversary edition of the set is coming out. reports that in March, the record will come out in multiple forms including a CD remaster from the U-K master tapes, a two-disc Deluxe Edition and a Super Deluxe Edition with four CDs, a DVD and two LPs. Read more at
• Derek and the Dominos consisted of Clapton, Jim Gordon, Carl Radle and Bobby Whitlock. Duane Allman was a special guest on the album.
Buddy Guy might be 74 years old, but the blues legend isn’t slowing down. He’s just released his latest album, Living Proof, and on it, he speaks the truth – something he told us he thinks music lovers out there need to hear.
(Cut #1) “I think right now if they play it and somebody hear it, you can sell a few blues records because blues players been singing about good and bad times from jump street, from the beginning. And a lot of people’s having a really rough time and not dreamed of a rough time with the way the economy is now.”
Living Proof features appearances from B.B. King and Carlos Santana and it’s out now. Learn more at
• Eric Clapton has often said Buddy Guy was to him what Elvis Presley was to many of today’s famous rockers.
The anticipated album of newly completed recordings from Michael Jackson titled Michael will be released on December 14th. The world premiere of “Breaking News,” a full track from the album, is now streaming at for one week only. Before his sudden death in June 2009, Jackson was writing and recording songs continuously everywhere from a friend’s home in New Jersey to studios in Las Vegas and Los Angeles with a small group of handpicked collaborators.
Gibson are launching what they are calling the most advanced guitar ever made. It’s called the Firebird X and is loaded with futuristic technology. The instrument features an automatic tuner, built-in effects, wireless pedal controllers and something fancy-sounding called a turbo-charged Pure-Analog digital signal processing engine with Goldtone FX. The guitar will sell for 5,575 dollars and is available starting on December 11th. Learn more at
Paul Rodgers has been honored by BMI with their Million Air Award to acknowledge that Free’s hit, “All Right Now,” has been played over four-million times on radio and TV in America. In a statement, Paul spoke about writing the tune, explaining that “the lyrics and the melody flowed easily” and “it felt special.” The song recently topped’s fan poll for the Greatest Rock Single. Congrats Paul!
Deluxe DVD of historical blues summit released on Stax Records
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — PBS has announced that the Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan — In Session program will air as a special on its stations beginning November 27 and throughout the month of December (check local listings). Grammy Award winning bluesman Robert Cray will serve as special fundraising host on the public television broadcasts.

In 1983, when legendary blues guitarist Albert King, then age 60, was joined by his disciple Stevie Ray Vaughan, then age 29, on a Canadian sound stage for the live music TV series In Session, magic took place. Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan In Session is not simply a television program: it’s a summit of two master musicians. The only known recording of King and Vaughan performing together, this is the concert that blues fans in general, and Stevie Ray Vaughan fans in particular, have been waiting for.

The audio recording of the performance went on to sell more than 325,000 units from two releases: the first in 1999, the second in 2009. On November 9, 2010, Stax Records, a division of Concord Music Group, released In Session as both a DVD and a deluxe DVD/CD combination. noted: “Both men are gone now, but rare recordings like In Session remind us of a time when blues giants still walked the earth side by side.”

“As a document of what was probably the greatest night in the musical life of SRV (Stevie Ray Vaughan), this belongs in the collection of every true fan,” said the Austin American-Statesman. Musicologist Samuel Charters says in his new liner notes for the package, “it’s also clear, nearly 20 years later, that this was a special moment in the careers of each of the two men. It was evident from the first choruses that they were playing for each other. And that was the best audience either of them could ever have.”

An hour and 45 minutes, approximately, was taped of the two. What will thrill viewers who are fans of the blues, players of the blues, and who adore SRV, is that the televised concert includes at least one SRV tune — “Texas Flood” — that was not included on either of the two CD releases of the session.

The innovative Canadian television series was conceived with the intention of pairing musicians who were related stylistically, but seldom had an opportunity to play together. Albert King wasn’t sure whom he’d been booked to jam with on December 6, but he recognized the young Texan immediately — not as fast-rising star Stevie Ray Vaughan, but as Little Stevie, the skinny kid who’d been coming around and eventually sitting in every time Albert passed through Austin.
Stevie idolized Albert, as did many other “modern” electric axe-men. Albert may have been overshadowed by B.B., but Jimi Hendrix, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Robbie Robertson, Mick Taylor, and Joe Walsh — all of them listened to him, listened again and again, and were heavily influenced by his style.

At the time of the taping, the buzz may have been around Stevie, but Albert was clearly in charge of the music. Earlier in the year, in May, David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” featuring Stevie at his blistering Albert King-inspired best, hit the top of the Billboard pop singles chart; in June, SRV’s debut album Texas Flood came out, and MTV put “Pride and Joy” into their rotation. He never looked back.

During their performance, Albert ruled over the proceedings like a benevolent father, retaining control while allowing his guest loads of solo space in which to display his awesome command of the electric guitar. The interplay between the two blues masters is uncannily empathetic, and Albert’s fans will find special pleasure in hearing him play rhythm parts at such length. Aside from SRV’s two vocals — “Pride and Joy” and “Texas Flood” — all the other tunes are from Albert’s repertoire. Viewers have the ineffable treat of seeing Albert King perform “Born Under a Bad Sign,” his trademark blues hit, as well as “Call It Stormy Monday.”

Sadly, King and Vaughan would not share a stage together ever again. Vaughan, 31 years King’s junior, died in a helicopter crash in the fog on the way back from a concert in 1990. King outlived him by two years, dying of a heart attack in 1992. They didn’t meet often, and their careers took different paths. But we can all be grateful for that one long day in a television studio when sparks flew and this timeless performance was forever captured.
The PBS special Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan — In Session contains the following songs: “Born Under a Bad Sign,” “Call It Stormy Monday,” “Texas Flood,” “Pride and Joy,” “Match Box Blues,” and “Don’t Lie to Me
Thanks to Kevin Becketti
Becoming Elektra
The True Story of Jac Holzman's Visionary Record Label
By Mick Houghton
October 2010
$29.95, 304 Pages
Becoming Elektra is an account of Elektra Records in the Jac Holzman years, from 1950 to 1973. It tells the story of Elektra's growth from a small independent folk label to a major, multi-faceted, hit making concern. Jac Holzman's role in founding and running the company is central to the story, and his capacity for lateral thinking - that led to innovations such as the first-ever sampler album, and a million-selling series of sound effects records - is a recurring theme. But the book is not just a story of one man's business success. It is also about the label's artists and the great music they produced, and other key people who gave the company its identity.
Becoming Elektra places the label in a broad context. A gripping narrative drawing in elements of musical and cultural history, and biographies of the main participants in the story, the book opens with a pivotal moment in Elektra's history, when Holzman discovered The Doors. It then goes back to the previously untold story of Elektra in the 50s, when the label brought folk music to a wide audience through artists such as Jean Ritchie, Josh White, Theodore Bikel and Bob Gibson.
Moving into the 60s the story takes in artists that have had an extraordinary resonance down the years including some, such as Tim Buckley, who are far more popular today than in their lifetime. His story is told, along with those of artists that read like an inventory of 60s and 70s musical innovation: The Doors, Love, Judy Collins, The Paul Butterfield Band (with Michael Bloomfield), Tom Paxton, Tim Buckley, Fred Neil, David Ackles, Phil Ochs, Bread, Queen, Mickey Newbury, The Incredible String Band, Carly Simon, The Stooges and The MC5.
Mick Houghton is a music publicist and journalist. Since 1979 he has looked after the Ramones, Talking Heads, Undertones, Echo & The Bunnymen, Julian Cope, Sonic Youth, The Jesus & Mary Chain, The KLF, Spiritualized, XTC, Bert Jansch and Richard Thompson, among many others. His writing has appeared in Let it Rock, Circus, Zigzag, Sounds, Time Out, Mojo and Uncut, and he wrote the book that formed part of the Grammy nominated Forever Changing: The Golden Age of Elektra 1963-1973 CD box set. He first bought an Elektra LP in 1966.
A Wizard, A True Star
Todd Rundgren in the Studio
By Paul Myers
November 2010
$19.95, 320 Pages
"If you know what you want, I'll get it for you. If you don't know what you want, I'll do it for you." Todd Rundgren.
Few record producers possess the musical facility to back up such a bold promise, but in over forty-plus years behind the glass, Todd Rundgren has willed himself into becoming a not only a rock guitar virtuoso, an accomplished lead vocalist and vocal arranger and visionary keyboard player, not to mention a serviceable drummer. But arguably, Rundgren's greatest instrument of all is the recording studio itself. After learning his craft with Nazz, Rundgren engineered The Band's Stage Fright album and soon became the producer of a string of noteworthy albums for Sparks, Grand Funk, The New York Dolls, Badfinger, Hall & Oates, Meat Loaf, Patti Smith Group, Cheap Trick, The Psychedelic Furs and XTC. Meanwhile, Rundgren played almost every instrument on his solo albums such as Something/Anything?, A Wizard A True Star and Hermit Of Mink Hollow while collaborating on a series of albums by his band, Utopia. A Wizard A True Star: Todd Rundgren In The Studio by Paul Myers is a fascinating and authoritative trip through the land of flickering red lights inhabited by a studio wizard - and true star - who has rarely enjoyed a proper victory lap along the many trails that he has blazed. Researched and written with the participation and cooperation of Rundgren himself, Myers also draws upon exclusive new interviews with Robbie Robertson, Patti Smith, XTC, Sparks, Daryl Hall and John Oates, Meat Loaf, Jim Steinman, Cheap Trick, Grand Funk, The Psychedelic Furs, The Tubes, Steve Hillage, all members of Rundgren's legendary band, Utopia, and many other key Rundgren associates.
Paul Myers is the author of the critically acclaimed biographies, It Ain't Easy: Long John Baldry and the Birth of the British Blues and Barenaked Ladies: Public Stunts Private Stories. His writing has appeared in a wide variety of publications, including Crawdaddy, Mix, Electronic Musician, Canadian Musician, The Globe and Mail, The Georgia Straight, the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Myers is also a songwriter, guitarist and producer whose current project is The Paul & John, based in San Francisco. Born in Toronto, Canada, Mr. Myers now lives with his wife Liza, and their cat Buddy Guy, in Berkeley, California.
Seasons They Change
The Story of Acid and Psychedelic Folk
By Jeanette Leech
Foreword by Greg Weeks of Espers
January 2011
$19.95, 366 Pages
In the late 60s and early 70s the inherent weirdness of folk met switched-on psychedelic rock and gave birth to new, strange forms of acoustic-based avant garde music. Artists on both sides of the Atlantic, including The Incredible String Band, Vashti Bunyan, Pearls Before Swine and Comus, combined sweet melancholy and modal melody with shape-shifting experimentation to create sounds of unsettling oddness that sometimes go under the name acid or psych folk. A few of these artists - notably the String Band, who actually made it to Woodstock - achieved mainstream success, while others remained resolutely entrenched underground. But by the mid-70s even the bigger artists found sales dwindling, and this peculiar hybrid musical genre fell profoundly out of favour. For 30 years it languished in obscurity, apparently beyond the reaches of cultural reassessment, until, in the mid-2000s a new generation of artists collectively tagged 'New Weird America' and spearheaded by Devendra Banhart, Espers and Joanna Newsom rediscovered acid and psych folk, revered it and from it, created something new.
Thanks partly to this new movement, many original acid and psych folk artists have re-emerged, and original copies of rare albums command high prices. Meanwhile, both Britain and America are home to intensely innovative artists continuing the tradition of delving simultaneously into contemporary and traditional styles to create something unique.
Seasons They Change tells the story of the birth, death and resurrection of acid and psych folk. It explores the careers of the original wave of artists and their contemporary equivalents, finding connections between both periods, and uncovering a previously hidden narrative of musical adventure.
Jeanette Leech is a writer, researcher, DJ and music historian.
She writes regularly for Shindig! magazine, and as part of the B-Music collective she has DJ'd throughout the UK, including at the female acid folk events known as 'Bearded Ladies' and the Green Man Festival. She writes extensively in the health and social care fields. Seasons They Change is her first book about music.
Organist Howard Wales was best known for his collaborations with Grateful Dead frontman Jerry Garcia. After honing his chops during the mid-1960s backing acts ranging from Ronnie Hawkins to the Four Tops to James Brown, Wales eventually settled in San Francisco, joining the group A.B. Skhy; he first performed with Garcia at the guitarist's weekly jam sessions with bassist John Kahn and drummer Bill Vitt at the Bay Area club the Matrix, and in 1970 played on the Dead's seminal American Beauty LP. Hooteroll?, the first joint Wales/Garcia album, appeared in 1971; in January of 1972, the duo also teamed with guitarist Jim Vincent, bassist Roger Troy and drummer Jerry Love in a band which performed regularly during the year to follow. In addition to a longstanding stint backing guitarist Harvey Mandel, in 1976 Wales released a solo album, Rendezvous with the Sun; a follow-up, The Monk in the Mansion, appeared a few years later. He performed infrequently with Garcia in the years leading to the latter's 1995 death; one of their 1970 Matrix jams was officially released in 1998 as the first volume in the ongoing Side Trips series.

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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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