White Boy Lost in the Blues

deebeeus:

My new (used) Casino.  So cheap.  So good.


Keith backstage at Altamont speedway, 1969

Keith backstage at Altamont speedway, 1969

worldvillagemusic:

(via Bebel Gilberto, Chucho Valdes & the Afro-Cuban Messengers | Ravinia Festival | International | Chicago)
"When: Wed., July 30, 8 p.m.  Price: $22-$55
On the cover of his most recent album, Border-Free (Jazz Village), explosive Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes wears an enormous feathered Native American headdress—a reference to a tune of his called “Afro-Comanche,” which honors Comanches deported by Spanish soldiers in the late 18th and early 19th centuries from what would later become the southwestern U.S., many of whom ended up in Cuba (via Mexico and Spain) and integrated into the island’s community. The message is clear: people, like music, aren’t contained or defined by geography. Few musicians have embodied that idea as thoroughly as Valdes, who cofounded influential Cuban jazz-fusion group Irakere in 1973; with his protean talents, he’s obliterated the boundaries between Cuban tradition and jazz tradition. The name of his current group is of course a hat tip to Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, and though the original tunes nod to Latin music (propulsive clave-based polyrhythms, ubiquitous percussion breakdowns, et cetera), they usually follow the durable “theme followed by improvisation” structure that’s endured in hard bop for six decades. (The band’s previous album is called Chucho’s Steps, a Coltrane reference.) “Bebo,” which Valdes wrote to memorialize his brilliant piano-playing father, sounds like a jazz standard with a clave beat; it’s also one of three tracks to feature the fiery saxophone of Branford Marsalis. Other pieces reach elsewhere for ideas. “Abdel” explores Gnawa music; “Pilar,” which opens as an extended duet with bassist Angel Gaston Joya Perellada, weaves in bits of two pieces Valdes’s mother loved, Miles Davis’s “Blue in Green” and Bach’s Prelude in D Minor; and “Caridad Amaro,” written for his grandmother, borrows from Rachmaninoff. —Peter Margasak”

worldvillagemusic:

(via Bebel Gilberto, Chucho Valdes & the Afro-Cuban Messengers | Ravinia Festival | International | Chicago)

"When: Wed., July 30, 8 p.m.
Price: $22-$55

On the cover of his most recent album, Border-Free (Jazz Village), explosive Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes wears an enormous feathered Native American headdress—a reference to a tune of his called “Afro-Comanche,” which honors Comanches deported by Spanish soldiers in the late 18th and early 19th centuries from what would later become the southwestern U.S., many of whom ended up in Cuba (via Mexico and Spain) and integrated into the island’s community. The message is clear: people, like music, aren’t contained or defined by geography. Few musicians have embodied that idea as thoroughly as Valdes, who cofounded influential Cuban jazz-fusion group Irakere in 1973; with his protean talents, he’s obliterated the boundaries between Cuban tradition and jazz tradition. The name of his current group is of course a hat tip to Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, and though the original tunes nod to Latin music (propulsive clave-based polyrhythms, ubiquitous percussion breakdowns, et cetera), they usually follow the durable “theme followed by improvisation” structure that’s endured in hard bop for six decades. (The band’s previous album is called Chucho’s Steps, a Coltrane reference.) “Bebo,” which Valdes wrote to memorialize his brilliant piano-playing father, sounds like a jazz standard with a clave beat; it’s also one of three tracks to feature the fiery saxophone of Branford Marsalis. Other pieces reach elsewhere for ideas. “Abdel” explores Gnawa music; “Pilar,” which opens as an extended duet with bassist Angel Gaston Joya Perellada, weaves in bits of two pieces Valdes’s mother loved, Miles Davis’s “Blue in Green” and Bach’s Prelude in D Minor; and “Caridad Amaro,” written for his grandmother, borrows from Rachmaninoff. —Peter Margasak”

fenderlust:

1993 from guitarsite.com..
Jimi Hendrix’s personally owned and played white 1963 Fender Stratocaster (serial L14985) is expected to pull over 120 thousand US dollars at auction.

deebeeus:

I don’t know why, but embossed gold Gibson pickup covers make me want to play some funk.  And who better to funk with than Tower of Power?  Quite the groove going on here…



Love Tower of Power

deebeeus:

I don’t know why, but embossed gold Gibson pickup covers make me want to play some funk.  And who better to funk with than Tower of Power?  Quite the groove going on here…

Love Tower of Power

herbgardening:

hippie-galaxy:

This is perfect.

YES

herbgardening:

hippie-galaxy:

This is perfect.

YES

ourdrunkitchen:

That time in which Mamrie, Grace, and Hannah absolutely NAIL it.

Dean Parrish (1967) - I'm On My Way
120 plays

psychedelicatessenn:

psychedelicatessenn’s second giveaway 

alright folks, ive decided to create another giveaway in the hopes of bringing a little attention to my etsy shop (:

alright how about the rules:

  1. please be following me cause makin this stuffs a lotta work i gotta feel the love
  2. please pay my etsy a visit, theres tonsa fun stuff in it ✿
  3. like and reblog this post as many times as ya like. please note, each person who reblogs this will be given the opportunity to receive 10% off anything in my shop. all you have to do is message me before you make your purchase (:
  4. be nice. here on tumblr, out in the world. just be nice

and if you follow these simple rules you might just get a chance to win:

  1. one tie dyed mushroom tee
  2. one traditional tie dyed swirl tee, with or without black stripes 
  3. one tie dyed yin and yang tee
  4. a couple packs of incense and one incense burner
  5. your choice of either a pair of macrame barefoot sandals OR a couple of macrame bracelets
  6. and last but not least a 12 colour DIY tie dye kit so you can give it a go yourself! 

after randomly choosing, ill message the winner on August 1st. he or she will have 24 hours to respond with size and colour preferences or ill pick a new winner

thank you guys so much for your support!

good luck ♥ ☯ 

Eric Clapton - Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Vinyl)
120 plays

emerald-blues-records:

Have You Ever Loved A Woman from Eric Clapton's 1973 Clapton album

fenderlust:

Snowy White

fenderlust:

Snowy White

fenderlust:

"You know I like sweet blues. The English cats play very hard funky blues. Like Aretha sings is how they play guitar. I play sweet blues. I can’t explain it. I want to be singing. I want to be sweet." Michael Bloomfield

fenderlust:

"You know I like sweet blues. The English cats play very hard funky blues. Like Aretha sings is how they play guitar. I play sweet blues. I can’t explain it. I want to be singing. I want to be sweet." Michael Bloomfield