Saturday, May 31, 2014

Saturday Music Club: some more folk rock, with some jazz flavors

Pentangle: "Light Flight"

Judy Henske: "High-Flying Bird" (from Hootenanny(in the studio)

Fairport Convention: "Chelsea Morning; Sun Shade"

The Byrds: "You Ain't Going Nowhere; This Wheel's on Fire" (from Playboy After Dark)

(blurrier video, but fewer disruptions and perhaps slightly better sound)

Love: "You Set the Scene"

Joni Mitchell and The Band: "Coyote" (from The Last Waltz)

The Roches: "Second Family"

Pentangle: "Hunting Song"

The Byrds: "I See You"

Tune detective:
The Big 3: "The Banjo Song" (which puts new music to Stephen Foster lyrics)

Shocking Blue: "Venus"

Joni Mitchell and jazz-musician friends: Shadows and Light

Joni Mitchell - electric guitar, vocals
Pat Metheny - lead guitar
Jaco Pastorius - bass
Don Alias - drums
Lyle Mays - keyboards
Michael Brecker - saxophone
The Persuasions - backing vocals on "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" & "Shadows and Light"

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