I hadn't watched Scorsese's The Last Waltz in years so I threw it on last night. If anything, it's even better than I remembered. The Band was no great live.
This is the grave of Jerry Capehart. Born in 1928 in Goodman, Missouri, Capehart entered the music industry as a young man, though that was interrupted a bit by being.
This is the grave of Leon Russell. The real-life version of Cousin It was born in 1942 in Lawton, Oklahoma. Russell grew up with the piano and proved more than.
I don't even need to explain why to watch this. Just turn it up and get your funk on. https://www.youtube.com/embed/DaFwdw5P2M8
Been quite awhile since I did one of these posts! I'm not sure why, but there's a whole bunch of Sun Ra stories appearing. Here's a nice little profile of.
Last night, I watched Julien Temple's 2009 documentary Oil City Confidential. Temple's documentary on Joe Strummer was so good that I figured I'd check this out. It's about the band.
This is the grave of Billy Paul. Born either in 1934 or 1935 (sources vary), Paul Williams grew up in Philadelphia in a musical family. I don't see a lot.
'Game of Skittles', copy of 1660-68 painting by Pieter de Hooch in the Saint Louis Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons When I was a kid, I spent a fair amount.