As I recall reading, Jimi was booed off the stage to fans chanting something like "We want Davey!"
Also, please note that these posts were from my Droid, with the bane of ask assistance widgets - AutoCorrect - though it's not as bad as the iPhone's version. The first note sounds like some gibberish or mystic/cryptic bizarreness.
Keep on putting on great shows, George!
Hi George -
What a great show last night! It was the kind of show that I would want as a podcast so I could play it at will. Trish said you're shows are prerecorded. couldn't the station support podcasts, or is that limited by availability of engineering staff and licensing?
I'm going to have to follow up with Joanne Taylor - song after song was fantastic. Wow. And of course early Santana kept my adrenaline pumping. Topped off with three unexpected Monkees. Two things sounds have put this over the top, but they weren't in your theme:
1. Goin' Down - great little scat-like performance by Mickey, but not on debut album.
2. Mention of artists who auditioned our contributed to The Monkees- notably Stephen Stills.
I stated up late, using all my "Fall back" time change dividend.
I will have a Pleasant Valley Sunday.
what a great note, ralph!
glad you enjoyed the show....i'm often asked the same question about podcasts. from what i understand its all about licensing. we're not permitted to archive music shows...although...its my understanding you can record anything coming into your home as the show is played in real time. i realize that's not the same. in this age of "on demand" my hands are tied.
to say i value you tuning is a vast understatement. i'm greatful for every single listener i hear from. i still remember the day when trish said you tune in. so glad you like shaw....will try to hook with her for interview when international guitar month comes around again. she's such a treasure.
also glad you liked the monkees surprise too! not many realize hendrix opened for him down here eons ago!
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