Yeah I'm familiar with Albert Lee and slightly familiar with some Ray Flacke.... technically they're more advanced than Pete Anderson. But I prefer the blues-country style of Anderson to the blues-bluegrass style of Lee and Flacke.
I did almost have this one down before I stopped playing.
Not available in Murrica, sorry. What's the song?
The DMB The space between.
Lou Reed sucked, but this band is master-class. Guitars by Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner... the four minute intro is a high water mark of early seventies live rock...forget about the ABB, the ISP, and all of those other bands.
Remember, Mitchell wrote this in 2010...long before the Age of the Mango Mussolini. Featuring Greg Brown as Hades. Kind of eerily prescient, I guess.
A couple Jews in Jerusalem under the shine of a full moon, on a warm summer night
My MIL passed away tonite (I guess it's last nite now) and this song has a fair piece of résonance for me right now. RIP Edie
Ah, so sorry, Wabbit. And condolences to Mrs W.
Yes very sorry, losing a loved one is not easy.
This is the only gospel song Lightnin' Hopkins recorded, out of all his Texas blues recordings. Taj Mahal transmitted it to Bibb.
Sorry to read about your MIL, I missed your post before.