Friday, September 26, 2008


Another visit from local musician Jim Reynolds, who just released a slick lil' disk entitled "Somewhere Near the Big Tree." But before that:

Morells: That Mellow Saxophone

William D. Rogers: Our American Flag
Neil Young: A Day in the Life
Matthew Sweet and Susannah Hoffs: Cinnamon Girl

Smiley Lewis: I Hear You Knocking
Etta James: Dance With Me, Henry
Ike & Tina Turner: River Deep Mountain High

Splatto Festival Chorus: The Third Thing They Played

Reverend Horton Heat: Baby I'm Drunk
George Jones: Relief is Just a Swallow Away
The Golden Highlights: Tequila
Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band: Give Booze a Chance

Jim Reynolds interview

Saturday, September 20, 2008


Thanks to Karen Skelton for the cool graphic.

Here it is

A band is born.

Michael Bisio: bass
Todd Reynolds: violin, keyboard and laptop
Dave Barrett: saxophones
Ed Mann: vibes, percussion, and electronics

If anybody has more pics, send 'em and I'll post 'em.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

9.12.08 I'M SO VERY LATE

Tony Clifton, man. Go to and read all about it. That was later the same night. Earlier I sat in a dark studio, watched it rain outside, and played this stuff, which at least I enjoyed very, very much:

Original Symptoms: Hey! Nice Vette!

Jeff Beck Group: Goin' Down
Emmylou Harris: Deeper Well (outtake from Bigozine)
A-Ha: Analogue

Allman Bros: Don't Keep Me Wonderin' (1970 Bigozine boot)
Rev. Emmet Dickenson: Hell and What It Is
Allmans: Trouble No More (1970 Bigozine boot)
Rev. JC Burnett: Gambler's Doom
Allmans: One Way Out (1970 Bigozine)

Ricardo Ray: Nitty Gritty
Roy Head: Treat Her Right
Dave Edmunds: Almost Saturday Night

Hayseed Dixie: War Pigs
Arthur Wilkinson: Beatle Cracker Suite
Graham Parker: I Discovered America

John Prine: Sam Stone
Dixie Hummingbirds: Goodnight
Melodrome: Just Like That

3 Mustaphas 3: Szegerely Farewell
Tom Robinson Band: 2468 Motorway
Derek Trucks: Joyful Noise

Sunday, September 07, 2008


Yes it was, from the psychedelic musings of 1967's Blades of Grass to the 2008 call-to-action Step Up America, Larry C and I had a 90 minute thrill ride with the redoubtable Mr. Black.