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Heard this yesterday and swore it was Capt. Beefheart.

How about another toe tapper!

Avin’ A Party Tonite - Hansi

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Vince Gill rips a 2:30 minute solo. That sound is so clean!

Some incredible playing!


So good. :boom:

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Good buddy, killing it…


Wow! Completely blown away by their playing. I linked - Rage - Killing in the name of, but Enter Sandman (the song before) is amazing also. I’m 20 minutes in and can’t stop watching.

Voice of Baceprot

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Kick It…

Man, that is a great sound on the Dishwalla song! That audio engineer deserves some praise for mixing that together.

Was it recorded live in studio with the entire band? That was a great listening experience.

PMJ is one if my go tos for genre-shifted covers

Dixieland me any pop song and I’m happy

Dirty Loops is the other

Imagine Stevie Wonder recruits Verdine White, then gets the Thundering Herd to take Tower of Power funk lessons, and they add a killer drummer and guitar player to cover Thriller, mixing in some really complex chird changes and vocal backings.
Put that shit on the soundbar on your TV or equivalent…yeah

Dudes are out of control talented.

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Dirty Loops just blew my musical mind.

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That whole album is one of the unsung hits of the '90s. Love it! About how and where it was recorded, I’m clueless.

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Love the “lead” bass on that Dirty Loops tune. Reminds me a little of David Schools of 'Widespread Panic". Subtle, yet its there.

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Henrik is absolutely exceptional. Run their other stuff, they have been at it for a decade +

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That was my reaction when my buddy who produced the Live Earth worldwide concert event among a bajillion other jawdropping things he did sent me a link years ago. All my Big Time music industry peeps from college freak out over them (and Jacob Collier)

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For Bruce Willis,

Fare you well, my honey
Fare you well my only true one
All the birds that were singing
Are flown except you alone

Goin’ to leave this brokedown palace
On my hands and my knees I will roll, roll, roll
Make myself a bed by the waterside
In my time, in my time, I will roll, roll, roll

In a bed, in a bed
By the waterside I will lay my head
Listen to the river sing sweet songs
To rock my soul

River going to take me
Sing me sweet and sleepy
Sing me sweet and sleepy
All the way back home

It’s a far gone lullaby
Sung many years ago
Momma, momma, many worlds I’ve come
Since I first left home

Goin’ home, goin’ home
By the waterside I will rest my bones
Listen to the river sing sweet songs
To rock my soul

Goin’ to plant a weeping willow
On the banks green edge it will grow, grow, grow
Sing a lullaby beside the water
Lovers come and go, the river roll, roll, roll

Fare you well, fare you well
I love you more than words can tell
Listen to the river sing sweet songs
To rock my soul

How did Robert Hunter find those words?
Where did Jerry find those chords?

Thank you Billy Strings for the acoustic revival of my generation and this beautiful performance of one of the greatest songs ever written.

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Bluegrass in less than 15 minute doses is pretty cool.




Wow. Thanks.

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man this guy. what a song.