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Posted: Mar 13, 2015 - 12:44pm

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A Joe Bonamassa concert in tribute to Howlin Wolf and Muddy Waters at Red Rocks is currently in rotation on the local PBS station.  Maybe in your area too?

 
 

Oh man - I hope it's available to stream on PBS online!


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Posted: Mar 13, 2015 - 12:43pm

A Joe Bonamassa concert in tribute to Howlin Wolf and Muddy Waters at Red Rocks is currently in rotation on the local PBS station.  Maybe in your area too?
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Posted: Apr 18, 2014 - 5:01pm

Just a reminder.

The Coachella Festival is being aired live on AXS the next 3 evenings.

Tonight begins 9 ET and 6 PT  Scheduled to run 7 hours at least each evening.

Might want to set yer VCR to record them for later. 


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Posted: Nov 23, 2013 - 10:14pm


Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall (embed skips intro)
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Posted: Oct 21, 2013 - 5:15am

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It's obviously devotional, see lyrics/captions, but that does not tarnish it's great musical beauty/expression. {#Mrgreen}

 

That has always been one of my favs from Nusrat.
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Posted: Oct 20, 2013 - 6:54pm


It's obviously devotional, see lyrics/captions, but that does not tarnish it's great musical beauty/expression. {#Mrgreen}
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Posted: Aug 5, 2013 - 7:05am

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They are probably the 2nd biggest jam band in America for over 25 years now right behind Phish.  Hard to believe anyone has not at least heard of them. Possibly because they are from Georgia, but still they have a pretty dedicated, nationwide following.   They have had at least 3 or 4 top 40 hits even much like Phish most in the 90s, Traveling Light, This Part of Town, Imitation Leather Shoes and a few more.  I am not much into them only cause I have never been into jam bands, but they are ok. 

BTW, I love AXS tv.  Very diverse station, I love the travel shows that air Sunday morning in particular The Alps by Air and The Baltic Coast.  They also have Mixed Martial Arts on Friday nights and of course the live shows.

 

I do love the jam band idea.  Find a riff and exploit the hell out of it or mix up a bunch of riffs and drift in and out of them.  Ear candy.  That was one of the things I loved about Cream for example.  There isn't much live stuff by them that is left to be discovered but some of the gems of their live performances stretched out a 3 minute song into 15 minutes on occasion or more.  Crossroads is another example.  I've heard countless versions over the years played by Clapton as a solo act, they're ok, but when Cream got together for their induction into the RRHOS concert, the first notes of Cream playing it again was like damn, this is the only way it should be done.  Then the Allmans and the list goes on.  Floyd back in the day would stretch out a lot of their songs as well.  I could go on forever about this ...

But as I'm in the home stretch of life and have been listening to some songs for 50 years now, I'm liking concerts more and more in the sense of hearing new treatments to old studio chestnuts.

What I want to do now is find a pratical way to rip these concerts from the DVR.  Ideally, a puter with HDMI in to take the feed from the DVR would be the solution.  At the very least, a soundcard with spdif / toslink in (I've seen a couple) would do cuz I'm more interested in the sound than the video, but if I can get both, yippy skippy. 

The Gilmore concert is pretty good, BTW, playing it back now.  Albert Hall, with Wright, Manzanerra from Roxy Music, Crosby and Nash doing some back up vocals and Bowie is supposed to show up along the way.  Pretty good, so far.  A nugget worth listening to again and again ...

Bowie just showed up and did the lead vocal to Arnold Layne from the Syd Barret days.  {#Jump}

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Posted: Aug 5, 2013 - 5:21am

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They are one of those 'word of mouth' jam bands I guess.  Never got any commercial airplay that I ever heard of.  Used to see lots of their stuff available on the old Napster and on winmx, but it was usually live concert audience recordings of dubious quality.  But they did ton's of covers along with their own stuff and played with lots of guests.  What I have heard makes me want to hear them more.

On AXS tonight @ 3.15 am eastern. 12.15am pacific is a David Gilmore and guests concert from 2008.  I'm setting my DVR for it.  Dish keeps moving the channel around and I forget to check it out to see what's on it.

 

They are probably the 2nd biggest jam band in America for over 25 years now right behind Phish.  Hard to believe anyone has not at least heard of them. Possibly because they are from Georgia, but still they have a pretty dedicated, nationwide following.   They have had at least 3 or 4 top 40 hits even much like Phish most in the 90s, Traveling Light, This Part of Town, Imitation Leather Shoes and a few more.  I am not much into them only cause I have never been into jam bands, but they are ok. 

BTW, I love AXS tv.  Very diverse station, I love the travel shows that air Sunday morning in particular The Alps by Air and The Baltic Coast.  They also have Mixed Martial Arts on Friday nights and of course the live shows.


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Posted: Aug 4, 2013 - 7:53pm

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Watched Widespread Panic from Georgia Theatre(2011) on AXS.TV last night....the show just ripped! How on earth have I missed knowing about this band for so long?!

 

They are one of those 'word of mouth' jam bands I guess.  Never got any commercial airplay that I ever heard of.  Used to see lots of their stuff available on the old Napster and on winmx, but it was usually live concert audience recordings of dubious quality.  But they did ton's of covers along with their own stuff and played with lots of guests.  What I have heard makes me want to hear them more.

On AXS tonight @ 3.15 am eastern. 12.15am pacific is a David Gilmore and guests concert from 2008.  I'm setting my DVR for it.  Dish keeps moving the channel around and I forget to check it out to see what's on it.
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Posted: Aug 3, 2013 - 3:41pm

Watched Widespread Panic from Georgia Theatre(2011) on AXS.TV last night....the show just ripped! How on earth have I missed knowing about this band for so long?!
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Posted: Aug 9, 2006 - 11:30am

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CMT --yes the Country Music TV station has really cool concerts where they pair up a rocker and a country band and they do some of each other's music. A few weeks ago I saw ZZTop and Brooks and Dunn. It was great. I also saw Lynyrn Skynyrd with a few different artists. It's a great show.


I saw that show (Bon Jovie & Sugartown) it was great! Do you know the name of the show?

I would love to see ZZTop!
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Posted: Aug 9, 2006 - 11:27am

CMT --yes the Country Music TV station has really cool concerts where they pair up a rocker and a country band and they do some of each other's music. A few weeks ago I saw ZZTop and Brooks and Dunn. It was great. I also saw Lynyrn Skynyrd with a few different artists. It's a great show.
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Posted: Aug 8, 2006 - 12:24pm

We get the "Concert" channel on cable, great source for lots of live shows with no commercials! Recently caught "The old 97's". They don't show the entire show, just about 5 songs or so.
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Posted: Aug 8, 2006 - 12:07pm

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Thanks.

But i can get many channels through my pc which are shown on satellite tv.HBO,ESPN sports,Mtv are just a few.So there is a good chance i could get direct tv but what i need to know is it just called direct tv?Is it not part of say,fox or whoever?

Thanks
direct tv isn't a channel, it's a service.

the concert is on a Washington DC local PBS. Don't know if Direct TV carries this station.
There are other direct tv concerts. see the link that Hairfarmer posted.
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Posted: Aug 8, 2006 - 12:03pm

JrzyTmata wrote:
Direct TV is satellite tv.


Thanks.

But i can get many channels through my pc which are shown on satellite tv.HBO,ESPN sports,Mtv are just a few.So there is a good chance i could get direct tv but what i need to know is it just called direct tv?Is it not part of say,fox or whoever?

Thanks
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Posted: Aug 8, 2006 - 11:59am

geordiezimmerman wrote:
What exactly is direct tv?I'm in the uk but i do use some software to watch tv on my pc.For example waht network is it on?And what exactly is the name of the channel/programme?

Many thanks,if it is shown on the software i have i will post links etc.
Direct TV is a subscription satellite tv service
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Posted: Aug 8, 2006 - 11:49am

What exactly is direct tv?I'm in the uk but i do use some software to watch tv on my pc.For example waht network is it on?And what exactly is the name of the channel/programme?

Many thanks,if it is shown on the software i have i will post links etc.
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Posted: Aug 8, 2006 - 10:54am

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Again?! Geez PBS sure likes to run that concert a lot. It is indeed a great show, with lowly singers such as k.d. and Jennifer Warnes relegated as backup.

Meh. Why wait for PBS? Buy the DVD, and watch it anytime you want. That's what I did.


I haven't seen it yet!
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Posted: Aug 8, 2006 - 10:41am

Hmmm...thought that this topic
was actually transvestite concerts.



I'm so disappointed.
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