Thursday, February 16, 2017
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Pavement's Spiral Stairs Cool New Song "Dundee Man" (Audio) from the forthcoming album "Doris & the Daggers" out 24th March on Domino
...and from last October in San Francisco... Spiral Stairs (Scott K) and Stephen Malkmus, the guitar gods behind Pavement, got together for a rare jam on Scott's birthday... here they are during the encore doing Pavement's "Summer Babe" to the crowd's great joy...
Monday, February 13, 2017
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - This Land is your Land (live)
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Alive And Well In Berkeley 2017! The Spirit of The Free Speech Movement, Mario Savio, The Civil Rights Movement, People's Park, James Rector (who died for People's Park), The Anti-War movement, the Anti-Nuke movement, Steven Biko & The Anti-Apartheid movement, Bob Sparks and so many more.... Alive! and Present! Last night! THERE IS HOPE!
UC Berkeley cancels Milo Yiannopoulos event amid violent protest
Updated 8:37 pm, Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Sunday, January 29, 2017
Saturday, January 28, 2017
Friday, January 20, 2017
Monday, January 9, 2017
Rare Country Blues: 1928-1930
- Hesitation Blues (Jim Jackson 1930)
- John Henry - part 2 (Furry Lewis 1929)
- Last Chance Blues (Cannon's Jug Stompers 1929)
- The Rooster Crowing Blues (Cannon's Jug Stompers 1929)
- Narrow Face Blues (Washboard Walter 1930)
- Insurance Man Blues (Washboard Walter 1930)
- It's Tight Like That (Slim Bartin And Eddie Mapp 1929)
- Sweet Bunch Of Daisies (El Watson 1928)
Obscure Barrelhouse Piano: 1928-1930
- Cow Cow Blues (Cow Cow Davenport 1928)
- Struttin' The Blues (Cow Cow Davenport 1929)
- Corinne Corinna Blues (James 'Boodle It' Wiggins 1930)
- Gotta Shave 'Em Dry (James 'Boodle It' Wiggins 1930)
- Give Us Another Jug (Piano Kid Edwards 1930)
- Piano Kid Special (Piano Kid Edwards 1930)
- Bust Blues (Ishman Bracey 1930)
- Louisiana Bound (Charley Taylor 1930)
- Too Damp To Be Wet (Charley Taylor 1930)
- Where My Shoes At? (Charley Taylor 1930)
Thursday, December 29, 2016
In the Trump era, activists are gonna need all kinds of encouragement to keep our hearts and heads up.
Who better than Woody Guthrie to accomplish the task?
Oakland-based activist David Solnit, who's been mixing it up since the 1980's, did this print from a linoleum cut. David and friends were very active in making art and banners for Standing Rock this year and will continue the struggle going forward.
Amazingly, Woody, who passed over a half century ago, still has something to tell us about the Trumps:
"Old Man Trump" Woody Denounced Trump's Father's Racist Housing Policies In Song (listen here)....