San Francisco four-piece band, Hibbity Dibbity, talk about where they started and what it means to be a jam band.
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The Hangover Blues Band 6th line-up at the Jam House, Birmingham, 19th July 2000. Film courtesy of The Vibe magazine.
Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show 1972 Houseboat Jam Very good stereo This is short set from Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show recorded at Shel Silverstein’s Houseboat, Sausalito, San Francisco, CA and broadcast on Danish Television in 1972. 00:00 Intro by Shel Silverstein 01:17 Sylvia’s Mother 05:28 Marie Lavaux 08:25 Carry Me Carrie 13:37 More from Shel Silverstein 14:42 High Flying Eagle ------------------------------------------------------- Fried Face 1974 Unreleased album; plus bonus tracks. Excellent soundboard. 19:36 Three Little Fishes 22:04 Long Tall Texan 25:59 February Snow 28:30 The Loneliest People 32:27 Nobody Hears What I Say 35:32 Cops & Robbers 38:09 Rain 41:34 Long Hair 45:23 Hey Little Lady Bonus Tracks: 47:12 Monkey Gruntin’ 49:30 High Flying Eagle 54:21 The Millionaire (45 Version) 57:18 Dr Hook Self Interview (1973) 1:03:23 A Free Stimu From Dr Hook (1975) Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, shortened their name in 1975 to Dr. Hook, They formed around Union City, New Jersey in 1967 as The Chocolate Papers. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including "Sylvia's Mother", "The Cover of the Rolling Stone", "A Little Bit More" and "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman". In addition to their own material, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show performed songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein. The band had eight years of regular chart hits, in both the U.S. and the UK, and greatest success with their later gentler material, as Dr. Hook. Their 1971 debut album Doctor Hook featured lead vocals, guitar, bass and harmonica by Locorriere, guitarist Cummings, singer Sawyer, drummer David, singer/guitarist, and keyboard player Billy Francis. The album included their first hit, "Sylvia's Mother." Silverstein wrote the songs for many of Dr. Hook's early albums (including their entire second album), such as "Freakin' at the Freaker's Ball", "Sylvia's Mother", "Everybody's Makin' It Big But Me", "Penicillin Penny", "The Ballad of Lucy Jordan", "Carry Me Carrie", "The Wonderful Soup Stone" and more, some of which were co-written with Locorriere and/or Sawyer. In 1972, the band added a full-time bassist, Jance Garfat, and another guitarist, Rik Elswit. The band's second single, "The Cover of Rolling Stone" from Sloppy Seconds attracted the attention of those who would appreciate their irreverent attitude and stage show. It also got the band on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine — albeit in caricature rather than photograph. The song poked fun at the idea that a musician had "made it" if they had been pictured on the cover of Rolling Stone.
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Living Colour's official music video for 'Cult Of Personality'. Click to listen to Living Colour on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/LivColSpotify?IQid=LCCOP As featured on Everything Is Possible - The Very Best of Living Colour. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/LCTVBiTunes?IQid=LLCOP Google Play: http://smarturl.it/LCCOPPlay?IQid=LCCOP Amazon: http://smarturl.it/LCTVBAmazon?IQid=LCCOP More from Living Colour Love Rears Its Ugly Head: https://youtu.be/MQcPB1WkISI Glamour Boys: https://youtu.be/e7FX6sAL0Zw Type: https://youtu.be/1HbF3EAt3ck More great 90's Alternative videos here: http://smarturl.it/Alternative90?IQid=LCCOP Follow Living Colour Website: http://livingcolour.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LivingColour Twitter: https://twitter.com/livingcolour Subscribe to Living Colour on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/LivColSub?IQid=LCCOP --------- Lyrics: Look in my eyes, what do you see? The cult of personality I know your anger, I know your dreams I've been everything you want to be I'm the cult of personality Like Mussolini and Kennedy I'm the cult of personality The cult of personality The cult of personality Neon lights, Nobel Prize When a mirror speaks, the reflection lies You won't have to follow me Only you can set me free
Justin Raines, guest bassplayer, at Andrew Gouche's Sunday Jam Band at the Townhouse, Inglewood, Dec. 19, 2010.
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The Band of Brothers feat. Andrew Gouche, Donald Hayes, Yohei Nakamura, Lynette Williams, & Chris Coleman KILLIN there rendition of "Georgy Porgy" at The Band Of Brothers NAMM 2013 Jam @ The Joint!!
Much anticipated by the local scene, Rambutan Jam Band did not disappoint with their EP launch for ‘East Point’ at The Chippo. An enthusiastic crowd filled the rapidly evolving new Chippo facility in Woolner, which is developing a great vibe by mixing an industrial setting with art-space eloquence. This is why we love and support local music!! READ THE REVIEW & CHECK OUT THE GALLERY PAGE www.foldback.com.au Thank you...