The prodiguously multi-talented Miyavi plays “What’s My Name,” from the eponymous album (2010).
Chuck Berry (1926-2017).
I loved Emerson Lake & Palmer at my bridge to puberty stage. This is their debut album (1970). Keith Emerson (keyboards), Greg Lake (vocals, guitar, bass), Carl Palmer (drums, percussion).
Dang, the stuff holds up pretty well.
Lots of icons falling these days. R.I.P. Paul Kantner. I was not a huge Jefferson Airplane fan but “White Rabbit” is a brilliant song.
We’re losing a lot of them these days. R.I.P. Glenn Frey.
“Desperado” from Desperado (1973).
I offer a lopsided salute over at BoFN.
St. Stephen, from Aoxomoxoa (1969). Tom Constanten (keyboards, production, arrangements), Jerry Garcia (guitar, vocals), Mickey Hart (drums, percussion), Bill Kreutzmann (drums, percussion), Phil Lesh (bass guitar, vocals), Ron “Pigpen” McKernan (keyboards, percussion),
Bob Weir (guitar, vocals). I guessed 1969 for this. Bingo!
This is the 20th Day and start of the penultimate week leading up to Total Consecration. The theme for the week is Knowledge of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Text for today is here. Video is here:
From Rumours (1977). Written and sung by Stevie Nicks.
Stevie Nicks (lead vocals, harmony), Lindsey Buckingham (guitar, harmony), Christine McVie (keyboards, harmony), John McVie (bass), Mick Fleetwood (drums, congas).