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Someone Else? / 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees
« on: December 13, 2018, 01:05:07 PM »
The Cure, Zombies, Stevie Nicks, Roxy Music, Def Leppard
Janet Jackson, and Radiohead

Blues Greats / Gary BB Coleman
« on: November 14, 2018, 11:42:45 PM »
Gary B.B. Coleman (January 1, 1947 – February 14, 1994)[1] was an American soul blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and record producer.

Originally a local musician turned blues promoter and session musician, Coleman recorded his debut album in 1986, which was re-released by Ichiban Records. He issued several other albums and produced most of Ichiban's blues catalogue until his death, in 1994. On many occasions, Coleman undertook multi-instrumentalist duties in the recording studio. He acknowledged both B.B. King, with his "B.B." moniker, and a fellow Texan, Freddie King.

Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky is Crying

Gary B. B. Coleman - One Eye Woman

Gary B B Coleman - It Just Ain't Right

Gary B.B. Coleman "Cocaine Annie"

Gary B. B. Coleman - I Fell In Love On A One-Night Stand

Gary B B Coleman - Blues At Sunrise

Gary B. B. Coleman - I Just Can't Lose These Blues

Gary B.B. Coleman ~ '' As The Years Go Passing By

Gary B.B. Coleman - Dealin' From The Bottom Of The Deck

60's Rock Invasion / Cuby and The Blizzards
« on: November 09, 2018, 02:12:23 PM »
Cuby + Blizzards – also known as Cuby & the Blizzards were a Dutch blues group, founded in 1964 by vocalist Harry Muskee, and guitarist Eelco Gelling. During the 1960s, the band's mixture of sound, drawing upon a variety of genres which included blues and rock and roll, gave them a pioneering sound which was completely different from any other Dutch band in the same time period, using the name Peter & the Blizzards. The spelling of the name varies, with 'Cuby' also written as 'QB' and the ampersand (&) also written as 'and' or '+' and the 'and' sometimes left out. The spelling 'Cuby + Blizzards' was used on the first albums.

Cuby and the Blizzards - Somebody will know someday

Cuby and the Blizzards-Windows of My Eyes

Cuby & The Blizzards - Five Long Years (1966)

Cuby + Blizzards - Your Body, Not Your Soul 1966

Cuby + Blizzards - AppleKnockers Flophouse

Cuby & The Blizzards ~ Go Down Sunshine

Cuby + Blizzards - Too Blind To See

Cuby & The Blizzards - 02 - Hobo Blues (1966)

Cuby + Blizzards - I'm Drinking My Whisky

Cuby + Blizzards - Low Country Blues

Blues Greats / Big Joe Williams
« on: November 09, 2018, 02:04:14 PM »
Joseph Lee "Big Joe" Williams (October 16, 1903 – December 17, 1982  was an American Delta blues guitarist, singer and songwriter,  notable for the distinctive sound of his nine-string guitar. Performing over four decades, he recorded the songs "Baby Please Don't Go", "Crawlin' King Snake" and "Peach Orchard Mama", among many others, for various record labels, including Bluebird, Delmark, Okeh, Prestige and Vocalion. He was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame on October 4, 1992.

The blues historian Barry Lee Pearson (Sounds Good to Me: The Bluesman's Story, Virginia Piedmont Blues) described Williams's performance:

When I saw him playing at Mike Bloomfield's "blues night" at the Fickle Pickle, Williams was playing an electric nine-string guitar through a small ramshackle amp with a pie plate nailed to it and a beer can dangling against that. When he played, everything rattled but Big Joe himself. The total effect of this incredible apparatus produced the most buzzing, sizzling, African-sounding music I have ever heard.

Big Joe Williams - Baby Please Don't Go

Big Joe Williams She Left Me A Mule To Ride 1966

Big Joe Williams - Highway 49

Big Joe Williams- Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick

Big Joe Williams - Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

Big Joe Williams - Mean Stepfather

Crawling King Snake *Original* - BIG JOE WILLIAMS (1941) Delta Blues Guitar Legend

Peach Orchard Mama' BIG JOE WILLIAMS (1941) Delta Blues Guitar Legend

Big Joe Williams-Walking Blues

90's to Present Classic Rock / Bill Lordan Experiment
« on: November 09, 2018, 09:54:44 AM »
In 1975, Lordan joined Robin Trower’s band debuting on the album For Earth Below. He stayed with Trower until 1987, his last recording during his stint being the B.L.T. album with Jack Bruce. He played with the Darrell Mansfield Band, the Dave Steffen Band and The Chris Aaron Band before starting his own band, The Bill Lordan Experiment, in 2000.

Bill Lordan Experiment - Waiting

Bill Lordan Experiment - Here Coms the Storm

Bill Lordan Experiment - King of the Dance

Bill Lordan Experiment-Messin' the Blues Live

Bill Lordan Experiment- Across the Border Live

Bill Lordan Experiment - Angel on the Mountain

Bill Lordan Experiment - Simple Life

Bill Lordan Solo 3-7-75

80's Classic Rock / BLT/ Bruce Lorden Trower
« on: November 09, 2018, 09:43:16 AM »
Jack Bruce (formerly of Cream), Robin Trower (formerly of Procol Harum) and Bill Lordan (former drummer of Sly and the Family Stone, the Robin Trower Band and Gypsy).  They released one album called B.L.T.

Lordan started his recording career with The Amazers, The Mystics, The Esquires and Gypsy, a progressive rock band from Minnesota, recording three albums with them from 1971 to 1973. He also recorded with Bobby Womack and Ike and Tina Turner. He then joined Sly & The Family Stone. By 1974, Sly & The Family Stone released the album Small Talk.

In late 1974, Lordan joined Robin Trower's band debuting on the album For Earth Below. He stayed with Trower until late 1987, his last recording during his stint being the B.L.T. album with Jack Bruce. In 1980 he was endorsed by The Zildjian Company and was included in the Zildjian Cymbal Set Up Book of famous drummers. He was also endorsed by Rogers and DW Drum Companies and Remo and Aquarian Companies. He played with the Darrell Mansfield Band, the Dave Steffen Band and The Chris Aaron Band before starting his own band, The Bill Lordan Experiment, in 2000.

The second album released by Bruce and Trower included Reg Isidore on Drums
This was the Truce album.

B.L.T.-'No Island Lost

B.L.T. - Into Money

B.L.T.- What It Is

B.L.T. - Won't Let You Down

B.L.T. - Carmen

B.L.T. - Once The Bird Has Flown

B.L.T. - End Game

Bruce Trower Isidore-Thin Ice

Jack Bruce & Robin Trower & Reg Isidore - Gone Too Far

Bruce Trower Isidore -Last Train to the Stars

Bruce Trower Isidore-Take Good Care of Yourself

Bruce Trower Isidore-Gonna Shut You Down

Reg Isidore (4 April 1949 – 22 March 2009) was a rock drummer best known for his work with Robin Trower. Isidore was Trower's first drummer and he played on the Robin Trower Band's first two albums Twice Removed from Yesterday and Bridge of Sighs.  In his early career he played with Peter Bardens.

He regrouped with Trower and Jack Bruce in 1981 to record the album Truce. He also recorded albums with Richard Wright, Peter Green and Jimmy Witherspoon, among others.

Isidore died from a heart attack in the morning of 22 March 2009.

70's Classic Rock / Livin Blues
« on: October 31, 2018, 11:19:53 AM »
Livin Blues was a Dutch Band
Years active   
1965–1968   1970–2000

Past members   
Frank Nuyens
Jay Baar
Joop Roelofs
Peter Vink
Willem Bieler
Herman Brood

Livin' Blues - Wang Dang Doodle

Livin' Blues-Blue Breeze 1976

Living' Blues - One Night Blues

Livin' Blues - Black Night

Livin' Blues - L.B. Boogie

Livin' Blues - Johnny W

Livin' Blues - Diving Duck Bues (1972)

Livin'Blues - Go Go Train

Livin' Blues - Back Stage (Instrumental Cover)

Livin' Blues .. Hitch Hikin'

LIVIN' BLUES - Crazy Woman

Livin' Blues - Pisces (Instrumental Cover)

LIVIN' BLUES - Ain't No Use Crying - 1972

Livin' Blues - Rock & Roll Hoochie Coo(Rick Derringer cover)

60's Rock Invasion / Q65
« on: October 31, 2018, 11:04:02 AM »
Q65 was a Dutch R&B-based garage rock and psychedelic group formed in 1965, that is often considered one of the more prominent bands associated with the Nederbeat rock wave that took place in the Netherlands in the 60s.
Past members   
Frank Nuyens
Jay Baar
Joop Roelofs
Peter Vink
Willem Bieler
Herman Brood

Q65 - The Life I Live

Q65 - I Just Can't Wait

Q65- Get Out of My Life, Woman

Q65-World of Birds

Q65 - Cry in the night

Q65 - Spoonful

Q65 - Ridin' On A Slow Train

Q65 I'm A Man(Spencer Davis Group  cover)


90's to Present Classic Rock / Dave Matthews Band
« on: October 27, 2018, 11:06:20 PM »
David John Matthews (born January 9, 1967) is a South African-born American singer, songwriter, musician, actor and record label owner, best known as the lead vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist for the Dave Matthews Band. Matthews was born in Johannesburg,[ and moved frequently between South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States while growing up. Matthews started playing acoustic guitar at the age of nine, and now makes it his main instrument.

From 1991 to 2003, Matthews predominantly focused on songwriting and performing with the Dave Matthews Band, which he started in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1991. Since then, he has also done various solo performances and produced other records. During the period from 2000 to 2010, his band sold more tickets and earned more money than any other act in North America. The band's 2012 album Away from the World made them the only group to have six consecutive studio albums debut at number one on the Billboard charts.

In addition to music, Matthews has had multiple acting roles.

He has also won two Grammy Awards: one in 1997 for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group – "So Much to Say" and one in 2004 for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance – "Gravedigger".

Dave Matthews Band - Crash Into Me

Dave Matthews Band - All Along The Watchtower (Live in the Central Park)

Dave Matthews Band - What Would You Say

Dave Matthews Band - Tripping Billies

Dave Matthews Band - So Much To Say

Dave Matthes & Tim Reynolds - Live At The Radio City - Down By The River(Neil Young cover) (

90's to Present Classic Rock / Marcus King Band
« on: October 27, 2018, 10:25:12 PM »
The Marcus King Band is led by singer, songwriter, and guitarist Marcus King. Raised in Greenville, South Carolina, King was brought up on the blues, playing shows as a pre-teen sideman with his father, the fellow bluesman Marvin King.

The Marcus King Band released their debut album, Soul Insight on October 30, 2015 on Warren Haynes' Evil Teen Records. Soul Insight reached No. 8 on the Billboard Blues Albums Chart.

The band's second full-length LP and first album for Fantasy Records, The Marcus King Band, was released October 7, 2016. The album was produced by Haynes and recorded at Carriage House Studios in Stamford, Connecticut. The Marcus King Band reached No. 2 on the Billboard Blues Albums Chart.

On August 22, 2018, it was announced the band would release their third full-length LP, Carolina Confessions, on October 5, 2018, via Fantasy Records. The album was recorded at RCA Studio A in Nashville, and produced and mixed by Dave Cobb. While not entering the Billboard 200, it was the band's first entry on the magazine's US Top Current Albums chart, peaking at number 55, and was another number-two hit on the Blues chart for them. The album also reached number two on the Heatseekers Albums chart.


Marcus King Band "Where I’m Headed" 08/28/18


The Marcus King Band jamming Voodoo Child/War Pigs(Jimi Hendrix and Black Sabbath covers)

Marcus King Band - Hot 'Lanta into Whipping Post (Allman Brothers covers)

Marcus King - "Dyin" (Live From The Big House)

The Marcus King Band - Goodbye Carolina

Marcus King - "Virginia" (Live From The Big House)

The Guitar Gods / Warren Haynes
« on: October 26, 2018, 11:49:54 AM »
Warren Haynes (born April 6, 1960) is an American musician, singer and songwriter. Haynes is best known for his work as longtime guitarist with The Allman Brothers Band and as founding member of the jam band Gov't Mule.  Early in his career he was a guitarist for David Allan Coe and The Dickey Betts Band.  Haynes also is known for his associations with the surviving members of the Grateful Dead, including touring with Phil Lesh and Friends and The Dead. In addition, Haynes founded and manages Evil Teen Records. 

The Allman Brothers Band - Jessica (EPIC Version!!!); Wanee Festival 2014-04-11

SMOKIN' VERSION - The Allman Brothers Band - In Memory of Elizabeth Reed - Germany 1991

Warren Haynes - "Soulshine"

Warren Haynes - That Smell (Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More For The Fans)

Gov't Mule - Beautifully Broken (Warren Haynes)

"I'd Rather Go Blind" - Gov't Mule (Etta James Cover)

Warren Haynes Band - A Change Is Gonna Come

The Needle and the Damage Done(Neil Young cover) - Gregg Allman, Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks

Marcus King Band (w/ Warren Haynes) - "Hot 'Lanta" (Allman Brothers Band) - Mountain Jam 2016

Nothing Else Matters - Warren Haynes and the Dead

Billy F. Gibbons & Warren Haynes ~ Mean Mistreatin' Mama.

Gov't Mule/Ann Wilson "No Quarter" @ Warren Haynes Xmas Jam 2017

Down By The River - DMB w/ Warren Haynes - 6/26/15 - Camden

Warren Haynes - Simple Man(Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)

70's Classic Rock / Circus
« on: October 17, 2018, 06:55:13 PM »
Circus was a Cleveland, Ohio-based area power pop band active in the early- and mid-1970s. Their lone, self-titled album was released in 1973, and their single "Stop Wait & Listen" debuted at #91 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts on March 17 of that year.

Former members
Mick Sabol - Guitars, vocals
Phil Alexander - Vocals, keyboards
Tommy Dobeck - Drums
Frank Salle - Bass guitar
Dan Hrdlicka - Guitars, vocals (1970-1973)
Craig Balzer - Guitars, vocals (1973-1975)
Bruce Balzer - Guitars, vocals (1973-1975)

Circus - Stop Wait Listen

Circus [US Prog 73] My Captain

 Circus (Ohio, USA) - Circus (1973) [Full Album] [HD]

60's Rock Invasion / The Scot Richard Case/SRC
« on: October 17, 2018, 06:21:18 PM »
The SRC was formed by Scott Richardson, the Chosen Few lead singer, with local band The Fugitives, which featured Glenn Quackenbush, Gary Quackenbush & E.G. Clawson, all of whom were based in Ann Arbor, Michigan and Robin Dale, bass and vocals, the only British member of the group. Jeep Holland, manager of The Rationals, became their manager and suggested Richardson as lead singer. Bass player Al Wilmot was added later. With Wilmot on bass, SRC recorded Milestones and Travelers Tales. Richard Haddad was the bass player on their final album with Capitol Records and was the bass player on the Lost Masters album released in 1985.

Holland, also a record store manager, later served as Russ Gibb's booking agent, and also of many Detroit based artists such as MC5. The Quackenbush brothers went to see Richardson at one of the final Chosen Few gigs at the Ann Arbor Armory, run by Pete Andrews (later SRC's manager). They formed the Scot Richard Case, later known as SRC.

Upon the addition of Richardson, the original line-up included: Scott Richardson (vocals), Steve Lyman (rhythm guitar and vocals), Gary Quackenbush (lead guitar), Glenn Quackenbush (organ), Robin Dale (bass and vocals) and E.G. Clawson stage name for Scott Williamson (drums). Richardson was influenced by the Pretty Things and based the SRC stage show on this. The band recorded its first single "Who's that Girl"/"I'm So Glad", the latter a cover of a Skip James song, and released it to moderate reviews. However, fan reaction was good enough for the band's members to choose to drop out of Eastern Michigan University to work on their music, a risk at the time as draft-eligible men were potentially subject to mandatory military duty in Vietnam.Robin Dale (stage name) was drafted into the Marine Corps. in October of 1969.

Soon the band's sound became more psychedelic, influenced by the likes of Procol Harum, for whom the band would later open. Their self-titled debut album was released by Capitol Records, and the single "Black Sheep"/"Morning Mood" from this album drew fan and media praise. "Black Sheep", considered a psychedelic masterpiece, was released only in mono for the single, as an abridged version with different guitar sound and notation. The album version, recorded in well-blended as opposed to ping-pong stereo, then still in use by some of the more limited recording studios in 1968, featured a longer midsection with additional verses.

Later verses continue in the mode of unusual lyrics in the vein of psychedelic quest, again followed by a second deliberate, stretched dual lead guitar break that fades ever so slowly into infinity. "Marionette", "Onesimpletask", and "Refugeve" offer additional examples of the expanded guitar and keyboard style developed by the Quackenbush brothers Gary (guitar) and Glenn (Hammond organ), along with their musically adventurous bandmates. Plodding, articulate and heavy drums often complement the essence of the psychedelic realm depicted by the entire debut album.

With growing popularity, the band split from Holland and began to open in and around Detroit for several national and international artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Traffic, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin and The Mamas & the Papas among others. Soon after the success of their first record the band began to work on a second album. Milestones was released in March 1969. From this album they released the single "Up All Night" / "Turn Into Love" (Capitol) in 1969.

Robin Dale was replaced by Al Wilmot and Lyman would exit the band before Milestones was completed or released. Milestones was perhaps the band's best attempt at commercial and mainstream success and charted in the Billboard 200, but never reached any position to help SRC break out of the Detroit or Ann Arbor area on to more national success.

Before the start of "Traveler's Tale" Gary Quackenbush was in his own words in a "severe" motorcycle accident that had him hospitalized.

In the years following the breakup of the SRC each member went on to his own personal success. Richardson relocated to Los Angeles and became involved in films. He served as writer on Hearts of Fire, which starred Bob Dylan and worked on sets for two of The Lord of the Rings films. Gary Quackenbush went on to start SRC Records and continued to session around the country. While all the members had a wonderful experience while involved in SRC and marginal success elsewhere, in other bands (such as Richardson who later worked with Ray Manzarek of the Doors), none of them were ever involved in a group more noted than this. Sadly, "Shemp" Haddad was killed in a road accident in California and E.G. Clawson stage name for Scott Williamson resides in Porterville, CA and is still playing the drums. Shemp"s death led to SRC releasing Lost Masters, half of which includes the demos featuring Haddad's work.

In 2010, SRC was voted into the Michigan Rock and Roll Legends Hall of Fame.

SRC-In the hall of the Mountain King/Bolero(covers)

SRC - Up All Night

SRC "Black Sheep" (Album Version)

SRC "Marionette"

SRC - Exile (1968)


Scot Richard Case - I'm So Glad(Cream cover) - 1967

SRC "Refugeve"

SRC-Turn Into Love

SRC (U.S.A, Detroit) - Born To Love

SRC - Never Before Now

SRC- Interval

SRC "Morning Mood"


Progressive Rock / Brainbox
« on: October 13, 2018, 07:47:49 PM »
Brainbox is a Dutch rock group from the late 1960s/early 1970s. The band was founded in Amsterdam by guitarist Jan Akkerman, drummer Pierre van der Linden and singer Kazimir Lux (Kaz). Their debut single was "Down Man", which established their progressive blues sound. They had several hit singles in the Netherlands, including "Between Alpha and Omega", "Doomsday Train", "Reason to Believe" and "Smile". In late 1969, soon after they released their first album, Akkerman left to join Focus, later recruiting van der Linden as well, then Brainbox bass player Cyril Havermans.

They were replaced by guitarists Herman Meyer and Rudie de Queljoe and drummer Frans Smit. Meyer was later replaced by John Schuursma. After Kaz Lux left Brainbox in 1971, popularity waned and they split up in 1972. Lux reassembled the band in 2004 (though without Akkerman) and they performed in the Netherlands. In 2010 and 2011, the band performed again and recorded a new studio album, The 3rd Flood.

Brainbox! - Down Man

Brainbox - Summertime(Billy Stewart cover)

Brainbox - Dark Rose

Brainbox - Scarborough Fair(Simon and Garfunkel cover)

Brainbox Doomsday Train

Brainbox - Sea Of Delight (NL 1969)

Brainbox - Reason To Believe ( Rod Stewart cover)

Brainbox - Baby, What You Want Me To Do

Progressive Rock / Earth and Fire Band
« on: October 13, 2018, 07:26:23 PM »
Earth and Fire were a progressive and symphonic rock band who over time evolved into a pop group. Formed in the Netherlands by twin brothers Chris and Gerard Koerts, and most popular in the 1970s when fronted by singer Jerney Kaagman, Earth and Fire had many chart topping hits in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe, though they never gained much popularity in England or the Americas. Their biggest international hit was "Weekend", a number one single in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark and Portugal.

Past members   Gerard Koerts
Chris Koerts
Hans Ziech
Cees Kalis
Manuela Berloth
Jerney Kaagman
Ton van der Kleij
Theo Hurts
Bert Ruiter
Ab Tamboer
Johan Slager
Ronnie Meyjes
Age Kat
Jons Pistoor
Ton Scherpenzeel
Mark Stoop

Earth and Fire- Memories

Earth and Fire - Storm and Thunder

Earth & Fire - Seasons (1969)

Earth & Fire - Weekend

Earth and Fire - Maybe Tomorrow, Maybe Tonight (1973)

Earth & Fire - Ruby Is The One (1970)

Earth & Fire - Invitation

Earth & Fire - Thanks For The Love (1975)

Earth and Fire - Love of Life LIVE

Earth & Fire - Wild and Exciting

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