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Old 12-06-2016, 02:20 AM   #18241 (permalink)
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Old 12-06-2016, 05:05 AM   #18242 (permalink)
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One of my favorite instrumental tunes by one of my favorite guitarists. From the Fleetwood Mac era I love best...

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Jim Thomas should cover this classic. It's so... Jim Thomas-like. It smells of seagulls and waves.

P.S. Well, actually, I think he did, right?
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Old 12-06-2016, 10:00 AM   #18246 (permalink)
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Jim Thomas should cover this classic. It's so... Jim Thomas-like. It smells of seagulls and waves.

P.S. Well, actually, I think he did, right?
For some reason that hadn't occurred to me but it makes perfect sense. And after a quick search, I did indeed find a version of it by The Mermen...

https://ia802701.us.archive.org/21/i...8-d2-tr08.flac

Looks like a show comprised entirely of cover tunes with some rather interesting choices...

https://archive.org/details/Mermen2014-11-08

disc one
01. Intro jam ->
02. Dark Star (Grateful Dead) ->
03. Night Comes In (Richard Thompson) ->
04. Cortez the Killer (Neil Young) ->
05. Spanish Jam (Grateful Dead) ->
06. bass solo (Michael Manring) ->
[61:15]

disc two
01. St. Stephen (Grateful Dead) ->
02. Dark Star (Grateful Dead) ->
03. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) (Simon and Garfunkel) ->
04. Dark Star (Grateful Dead) ->
05. I'm So Glad (Cream)


2nd set

disc two (continued)
06. Intro jam ->
07. Cobra (Quicksilver) ->
08. Albatross (Fleetwood Mac) ->
09. Ode to Billy Joe (Bobby Gentry)
[62:24]

disc three
01. Morning Dew (Bonnie Dobson-Grateful Dead)
02. 1983... A Merman I Should Turn To Be (Hendrix) ->
03. The Fishin' Hole (theme to The Andy Griffith Show) (Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer)
04. 3rd Stone From The Sun (Hendrix) ->
05. Interstellar Overdrive (Pink Floyd)
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Been reading the book Color: A Natural History of the Palette by Victoria Finlay lately, skimmed a bit further through it during lunch and this came to mind.

Pharoah Sanders - Colors


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One of my favorite instrumental tunes by one of my favorite guitarists. From the Fleetwood Mac era I love best...

The lineup with Green and Kirwan was magic, I agree - Green's deep fluidity with Kirwan's fragile, barely-there soloings on top.

Post-Green, with Kirwan to the fore - I love this as well (including the rolling rhythm section).

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