The one and only surviving test pressing of this album was recently discoveredin a cupboard in South Austin, Texas where it had lain for the last 19 years, all other recordings of the project have been destroyed after alleged contractual disputes arose. (Another version of the story is that Stevie and the band were not happy with the recordings and paid to have them destroyed.)
These early recordings are notable for their raw energy and rare slide guitarwork, and feature the first versions of four songs which later appeared on the Texas Flood album. Fellow Texan Lou Ann Barton takes the lead vocals on several tracks
Tonite the beets are back...that is to say that the drum will make its return to what has been ambient space for the past four weeks.
Tune in to kruufm.com or on your radio in Fairfield (100.1 fm) at 10pm central time (just after Theo Bowen's show) to check out the newest compositions I've created.
Love, light and blessings!
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Clear!! An implantable pulse generating telemetric circuit for expanded audio listening pleasure will be lodged into listeners brains today at the new time of 7PM. Today's theme will be reminiscent of a mass of 747's all taking off at the same time, (look left for imagery) Be part of the fortune few to be jolted back into a new aural existence!
We have a Pulse....
Link of the week...www.everyoneforever.com
I am the ghal who, at the last minute, blogs her show five minutes prior while sipping her Sunday morning tea and tasting a delicate parfait. Still, there is time for you to enjoy this week's show and listen with fervor.
Expect two versions of Crazy Baldheads a la Mr. Marley himself. Plus a nice, long set of old Ziggy and new Ziggy. Did i mention there is more? Yeah, quite a few treats as per usual.
Don't forget to tune in next week for mi birthday show. Check it!
Saturday Night Live
July 14th 8pm-10pm CST
The full concert from Cafe Paradiso featuring Keelan Dimick on keys, David Hurlin on drums, Bill Blackmore on bass, Joe Mandarino on sax, James Moore on guitar and Bill Blackmore's firend on flute.
Time and options are running out for Internet Radio. Late this afternoon, the court DENIED the emergency stay sought on behalf of webcasters, millions of listeners and the artists and music they support.
UNLESS CONGRESS ACTS BY JULY 15th, the new ruinous royalty rates will be going into effect on Sunday, threatening the future of all internet radio.
We are appealing to the millions of Internet radio listeners out there, the webcasters they support and the artists and labels we treasure to rise up and make your voices heard again before this vibrant medium is silenced. Even if you have already called, we need you to call again.
What would breakfast be like without a good cup of tea?