Tag Archives: live music
I’m sure I’ve posted this before, but it’s such a happy song I’m posting it again. If you only know Hugh Laurie as an actor, you’re in for a treat. Full lyrics HERE.
This is Deadhead (and former Senator) Al Franken’s favorite version of Althea: Full lyrics HERE.
Full lyrics HERE. Old Jerry had a much more expressive voice than Young Jerry. (And poor Phil looks like a sixth-grader in gym class in those oversized blue shorts.)
An absolutely gorgeous version of this song! Full lyrics HERE.
Their voices blend so well together. It’s obvious they know a thing or two about harmony.
I don’t think they’re smiling for the cameras, I think these are two musical soulmates who found someone to play with.
“I drank coffee and read old books and waited for the year to end.” ~Richard Brautigan, from Trout Fishing in America ©1967 And that reminded me of this:
There’s something about his cover version that really grew on me. Full lyrics HERE.
That’s Clarence Clemons on saxophone. I wouldn’t mind having this played at my funeral, but really I’ll have very little say in the matter. Full lyrics at BobDylan.com.
I wish that Bob Dylan’s songs had to be introduced with a little history lesson to explain what he was upset about. But they don’t. Things haven’t really changed all that much. Full lyrics available HERE.