July 18, 2010
Musicologist Aisle YouTube? ROTTINGDEAD: Question about Female Pelvic Trainer? What is the musical track used? Thanks-RD
Phillipa Fallon performs 'High School Drag' in High School Confidential via conelrad 'What is truth?'
http://youtube.com/watch?v=6gztl09nh-4 Nice Punks? How do you feel about Cats? Companion Video right here: http://facebook.com/?sk=video/video.php?v=135949036438902
...Search "phillipa fallon" "sid vicious" "cat" much? If so, you probably want to take the opportunity...(cunt. below) This is gonna look funny on Google (it's gonna be missing one of these: http) and one of these (://). It should have this: (youtube) and maybe even (.com) attached to it, but it probably won't have much in the way of: (/watch?v=) and sometimes they'll throw in the end some way or another like this: (6gztl09nh-4). AND DON'T FORGET TO WATCH MY OTHER HIGH TRIBUTE TO GARY BUSEY, JERRY LEE LEWIS AND KEEF RICHARDS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4nZwb_By2k
I don't know why they do it that way, but it's probably just easier to click the blue link to the left of this description, so you can see for yourself! ... to leave the search page before you get sidetracked and see a Mini Movie Made Just For You (by me) right here: http://youtube.com/watch?v=6gztl09nh-4 Sid Vicious Killed Phillipa Fallon's Cat
Watch my Sid VICIOUS Killed Phillipa Fallon's Cat Video on YouTube.
These guys are Nice but you guys are nicer. Thanks for not making me feel like a pussy last night for finding this revolting (although a murderous pussy, i'll admit). I think le backstory is...these were some white punks on d'eau from Nice who became disaffected with being disaffected in the Cote dad'sure, pulled a geographic and sodded off to Blighty where Jean-Pierre finds them in a 20-years-later Quadrophenia rumble with some chattes morte...there's really not a hell of a lot of story, is there? but my admiration for this piece was strictly for l'atmosphere et l'auteurisme. we don't get much on our NEWS...at least in the 70s. Incroyable petit slice de Nicoise on la plaige, si'l vou will? and about the first part, Sid knew all about it.
I generally reserve my time machine for emergencies of war or Traci Lord ass-cig-notions, but Watch my Sid VICIOUS Killed Phillipa Fallon's Cat Video on YouTube... Sid knew all about it. this French TV 3 Nice Mediteranean Co. should have won awards all around
be careful of searching "cat" ever on YouTube, you just might not make it out alive.
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Paris Jimis a special remix of Jim Morrison (The Doors) and his poetry readings from the Paris Tapes. Produced by Alex Bailey, this mix contains ten of Jims poems put to the music of DJ Common, Ani Difranco, Philip Glass, and others. While this album has not been officially released (or sanctioned by the appropriate record companies) it has been traded across the WWW on torrent networks. Full streaming audio of this record can be heard on lastfm. This album was produced in the winter of 2003.
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Sonny Landreth –Show opener with “Z.Rider” (Stage view)
Sonny Landreth introduced by Eric Clapton with Show opener - Z Rider
@ Crossroads Guitar festival 26 june 2010
Sonny Landreth - Native Stepson @ Crossroads Guitar festival 26 june 2010
Sonny Landreth -"Port of Calling" Crossroads Guitar Festival 26 june 2010
Sonny Landreth & Eric Clapton- ‘The Promised Land’ @ Crossroads 26 june 2010
Sonny Landreth – ‘Congo Square’ (Solo) Crossroads 26 june 2010
Sonny doing a fine version of Congo Sqaure (solo ac)t @ the CrossRoads Village Stage.
After his act in the morning. I wanna Thnk Mike recording & sharing this with the Sonny Fans!
August 30, 1970 at the Festival of the Isle of Wight 18 days before the death of
with the artist before his entrance on stage.
This document has been filmed by three young French journalists August 30, 1970 at the Festival of the Isle of Wight 18 days before the death of Jimi HENDRIX:
brief interview with the artist before his entrance on stage.
The star of the festival performed in the early hours of 31 August with Mitch Mitchell on drums and Billy Cox on bass.
involved the security's radio signal interfering with his amp's output.
Extract from the provision of Jimi HENDRIX with his training Mitch Mitchell on drums and Bill Cox on bass, performing Dolly Dagger
Richie Havens: The musician who opened Woodstock closed this festival with a set during the morning of 31 August. As Havens performed his version of "Here Comes the Sun", the morning sun rose."Here Comes the Sun", the morning sun rose. Havens' set, which is available as an audience recording, also included "Maggie's Farm" by Bob Dylan, "Freedom", "Minstrel from Gault" and the Hare Krishna mantra.
The 1970 Isle of Wight Festival was held on 26–31 August 1970. It was held on Afton Down an area on the Western side of the Isle of Wight. It was the last of three consecutive music festivals to take place on the island between 1968 and 1970. It was widely acknowledged as the largest musical event of its time (until Summer Jam at Watkins Glen in 1973), greater than the attendance of Live Aid, Woodstock and Rock in Rio. The Guinness Book of Records estimated 600,000 to 700,000, and possibly 800,000 people attended. The Isle of Wight Festivals had already attracted a massive reputation in 1968 and in 1969 by attracting acts such as Jefferson Airplane, T. Rex, The Move, Pretty Things, Joe Cocker and Bob Dylan (in his first performance since his 1966 motorcycle accident) and The Who in their foundation years. The organisers Fiery Creations (apparently alias brothers Ronald Foulk and Raymond Foulk) were determined to make the 1970 event a legendary event. In this aim they enlisted Jimi Hendrix. With Jimi confirmed, artists such as Chicago, The Doors, The Who, Joan Baez, and Free willingly took up the chance to play on the island. The event had a magnificent but impractical site, a strong but inconsistent line up and the logistical nightmare of transporting 600,000 onto an island with a population of less than 100,000. The aftermath and commercial failings of the festival ensured it would be the last event of its kind on the Isle of Wight for thirty-two years.
Isle of Wight Festival 1970
Planning difficultiesThe opposition to the proposed 1970 Festival from the residents of the Isle of Wight was much better coordinated than it had been in previous years. The Isle of Wight was a favourite retirement destination of the British well-heeled, and a haven of the yachting set, and many of the traditional residents deplored the huge influx of 'hippies' and 'freaks'. Renting a few acres of suitable farmland to hold a music festival had in earlier years been a simple commercial matter between the promoters and one of the local farmers, but by 1970 this had become subject to approval decisions from several local council committees who were heavily lobbied by residents' associations opposing the festival. As a result of this public scrutiny, the preferred ideal location for the third Festival was blocked, and the promoters in the end had no choice but to accept the only venue on offer by the authorities: East Afton Farm, Afton Down, a site that was in many ways deliberately selected to be unsuitable for their purpose. One unintended result of the pick of location was that, since it was overlooked by a large hill, a significant number of people were able to camp out on the hill and watch the proceedings for free.
Wednesday 26thJudas Jump: A heavy progressive rock band featuring Andy Bown and Henry Spinetti of The Herd and Allan Jones of Amen Corner.
Kathy Smith: A Californian folk singer, signed to Richie Havens' label, "Stormy Forest", was well-received.
Rosalie Sorrels: Another folk musician, accompanied by...
David Bromberg: Bromberg was not on the bill, but he performed a popular set.
Redbone: Native American pop/rock outfit.
Kris Kristofferson: Performed a controversial set. Due to poor sound, the audience was unable to hear his set, and it appeared that they were jeering him.
Mighty Baby: psychedelic rock band.
Thursday 27thGary Farr: The brother of Rikki Farr, Gary had been the front man of the T-Bones, an R&B combo that featured Keith Emerson on keyboards. By this time, he had become a solo artist, and his only album, "Strange Fruit", for CBS Records, had been released in 1970.
Supertramp: Their debut album had just been released a month prior to the festival.
Andy Roberts' Everyone:
Howl: Scottish hard-rock band formerly known as "The Stoics", featuring Frankie Miller
Black Widow: a British band that wrote songs about Satan worship in their 1970 debut LP, "Sacrifice".
The Groundhogs: English blues rockers
Terry Reid: The English singer performed with David Lindley. The set was released on CD in 2004.
Gilberto Gil: Brazilian musician.
Friday 28thFairfield Parlour: They had recorded a single called "Let The World Wash In", released under the name I Luv Wight, which they hoped would become the festival's theme song. They had also previously recorded as The Kaleidoscope.
Arrival: Their set, which included a Leonard Cohen cover was well received.
Lighthouse: This popular Canadian act performed two sets at the festival.
Taste: Legendary guitarist Rory Gallagher had a blues trio from 1968 to 1970. This was one of their final shows, which was filmed and recorded. An album was released of their set in 1971.
Tony Joe White: Performed hits including Polk Salad Annie; his drummer was Cozy Powell.
Chicago: Their set, including "25 or 6 to 4," "Beginnings" and "I'm a Man" was a highlight of the night.
Procol Harum: Frontman Gary Brooker commented that it was a cold night.
Voices of East Harlem: Their set received several standing ovations. Not actually a band, but a bunch of singing school children from Harlem. They had one studio album.
Cactus: Two songs from their set were featured on the LP The First Great Rock Festivals Of The Seventies.
Saturday 29thJohn Sebastian: The showstopper of the Festival performed an 80-minute set, during which Zal Yanovsky, former Lovin' Spoonful guitarist, made a surprise guest appearance.
Shawn Phillips: American folk musician performed an impromptu solo set following John Sebastian.
Lighthouse (second set)
Joni Mitchell: Played a controversial set; Following her rendition of "Woodstock", a hippie named Yogi Joe interrupted her set to make a speech about Desolation Row. When Joe was hauled off by Joni's manager, the audience began to boo until Mitchell made an emotional appeal to them for some respect for the performers. . Contrary to popular belief, Joe was not the man who was ranting about a "psychedelic concentration camp". That was another incident that took place the previous day. After the crowd quieted down, Mitchell closed her set with "Big Yellow Taxi"
Tiny Tim: His rendition of "There'll Always Be an England" can be seen in the film Message to Love.
Miles Davis: A DVD of his complete set was released in 2004.
Ten Years After: British blues rockers performing what was basically a reproduction of their famous Woodstock set. Highlights included "I'm Going Home" and "I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes," which was featured in Message to Love.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer: This was their second gig. Pictures at an Exhibition, which featured the Moog synthesizer was the centerpiece of their historic set. Commercially released as Emerson, Lake and Palmer Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 in 1997.
The Doors: Their set was shrouded in darkness due to Jim Morrison's unwillingness to have movie spotlights on the band. Their performances of "The End" and "When the Music's Over" are featured in Message to Love.
The Who: Their entire set, including the rock opera Tommy, was released in 1996 on CD (Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970). Three years later their set appeared on DVD with significant cuts from Tommy and a few other songs (such as "Naked Eye") missing. In addition, the DVD song set order was radically altered to present Tommy as if having been performed at the second-half of the concert (with "See Me, Feel Me"/"Listening to You" as the conclusion), when, in fact, Tommy was performed in the middle of their lengthy set, and the closing title was "Magic Bus", which concluded some Who concerts at that time. A 2006-reissued DVD of the concert retains the altered order, despite having been personally "supervised" by Who guitarist and songwriter Peter Townshend.
Melanie: This Woodstock veteran played a well-received set. Prior to her set, Keith Moon of The Who offered her some moral support and encouragement. Not until afterwards did Melanie realize who he was.
Sly & the Family Stone: The showstoppers of Woodstock performed to a tired audience on the early morning of Sunday. However, the audience woke up for spirited renditions of "I Want to Take You Higher", "Dance to the Music" and "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)", which featured Sly on guitar. Prior to their encore, another political militant decided it was time to make a speech, and the booing audience started to throw beer cans onto the stage. Freddie Stone was hit by a flying can and an angry Sly decided to skip the encore. He did promise a second appearance, but this never occurred. Mungo Jerry were there but decided not to play
Sunday 30thGood News: American acoustic duo.
Kris Kristofferson (Second set)
Ralph McTell: Despite an enthusiastic reception from the audience, he did not play an encore, and the stage was cleared for Donovan.
Heaven: English answer to Chicago and Blood Sweat & Tears
Free: Their set list consisted of "Ride on a Pony", "Mr. Big", "Woman", "The Stealer", "Be My Friend", "Fire & Water", "I'm a Mover", "The Hunter", their classic hit "All Right Now", and concluded with a cover of Robert Johnson's "Crossroads".
Donovan: He first performed an acoustic set, and then an electric set with his band Open Road.
Pentangle: British folk combo. A German woman interrupted their set to deliver a political message to the audience.
The Moody Blues: A popular British act and veteran of the 1969 festival. Their rendition of "Nights in White Satin" can be seen in Message to Love : Their set is featured on Threshold of A Dream Live at the Isle of Wight 1970.
Jethro Tull: Their set is featured on Nothing Is Easy: Live at the Isle of Wight 1970.
Jimi Hendrix: The star of the festival performed in the early hours of 31 August with Mitch Mitchell on drums and Billy Cox on bass. His set has been released on CD and video in various forms. In the beginning Hendrix had technical problems, which at one point during "Machine Gun" involved the security's radio signal interfering with his amp's output.
Joan Baez: Her version of "Let It Be" can be seen in the film Message to Love.
Leonard Cohen: Backed by his band The Army, his tune "Suzanne" can be seen in the film Message to Love. In October 2009 came out audio and video (both DVD and Blu-Ray) record of his show, Live at the Isle of Wight 1970 (Leonard Cohen album).
Richie Havens: The musician who opened Woodstock closed this festival with a set during the morning of 31 August. As Havens performed his version of "Here Comes the Sun", the morning sun rose. Havens' set, which is available as an audience recording, also included "Maggie's Farm" by Bob Dylan, "Freedom", "Minstrel from Gault" and the Hare Krishna mantra.
- Canvas City performances
- ^ Judas Jump at Allmusic
- ^ "Kathy Smith". http://singersong.homestead.com/KathySmith.html. Retrieved 2009-01-21.
- ^ "Gary Farr & The T-Bones". http://www.oocities.com/SunsetStrip/Villa/9500/farr.htm. Retrieved 2009-01-23.
- ^ "The Whole Story of The Famous Kinema Ballroom Dunfermline". http://www.kinemagigz.com/s.htm. Retrieved 2009-01-08.
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