Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Playlist by your host, Larry Miller


First of all, let's redo the One Way Out set that got cut short two weeks ago.

G.L. Crockett: "It's a Man Out There"
Sonny Boy Williamson: "One Way Out"
Allman Brothers Band: "One Way Out" (Live- Eat a Peach)

Interview with Paul Kantner of Jefferson Starship by Eli Polonsky
Jefferson Starship: "Have You Seen The Stars Tonight?"

The 40th Anniversary Summer of Love Tour:

Quicksilver Messenger Service: "Song for Frisco"
Big Brother and the Holding Company: "Mr. Natural" (Post JJ linup- Sam Andrew, vocals)
Grateful Dead: "St. Stephen" (Tom Constanten, keyboards; '71 remix)
It's a Beautiful Day: "Creed of Love" (Choice Quality Stuff LP)
Jefferson Starship: "There WIll Be Love" (Red Octopus: arrgh- too pop!)

What if there had been another Monterey Pop Festival in 1968? Who might've have played?

Cream: "Those were the Days"
The Doors: "5 to 1"
Steppenwolf: "Hoochie Coochie Man"
Creedence Clearwater Revival: "I Put A Spell On You"

Fleetwood Mac: "Black Magic Woman"
Jethro Tull: "Cat's Squirrel"
Pink Floyd: "Astronomy Domine"

Procol Harum: "Shine on Brightly"
Moody Blues: "Legend Of A Mind"
Donovan: "Atlantis"
Traffic: "Pearly Queen"

Well, that would have been cool...

Don't forget: the "Summer Of Love 40'th Anniversary Tour" - (benefit for "First Aid For Our Troops") - Jefferson Starship w/original Jefferson Airplane members Paul Kantner & Marty Balin, Big Brother & The Holding Company w/original members Sam Andrew, Dave Getz & Peter Albin, Quicksilver Messenger Service w/original members David Frieberg & Gary Duncan, "It's A Beautiful Day" w/original members David & Linda LaFlamme & Val Fuentes, Tom Constanten (Grateful Dead keyboardist 1968-1971) - The Fairgrounds, Northampton, MA

Plus Eli Polonsky, Bob Dubrow and me, Larry Miller will be there, hanging out and maybe Emceeing. See you there!

For more info, go here: http://www.firstaidforourtroops.org


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