Tuesday, August 22, 2006


Tuesday 8/22/2006
Larry “Mad Dog” Miller

(Breaks background music by various Indian music artists)

Lieder ohne Worte:

Leo Kottke: “Vaseline Machine Gun” (from his 1st album on Takoma)
Tom Rush: “Mole’s Moan” (a salute to Geoff “Mole” Muldaur)
Allman Bros: “Little Martha” (Duane- acoustic finger-pickin’)
Jefferson Airplane: “Embryonic Journey” (Jorma’s acoustic solo)
John Renbourne: “Sweet Potato” (from Sir John A lot...)
Pentangle: “Waltz” (1st Pentangle album- Bert Jansch and John Renbourne, gtrs.)

Break: More Songs Without Words:

Richard Farina: “V.” (inspired by Thomas Pynchon- Bruce Langhorne appears as Mr. Tambourine Man.)
Led Zeppelin: “Black Mountain Side” (Jimmy Page, “borrowed” from Bert Jansch)
Yardbirds: “White Sun” (Jimmy again, featuring the same D modal tuning as above)
Beatles: “Flying” (the only instrumental- from Magical Mystery Tour)
Fleetwood Mac: “Albatross” (the original group, with Peter Green on lead guitar)
The Blues Project: “Flute Thing” (Al Kooper wrote this)
Jethro Tull: “Serenade to a cuckoo” (Roland Kirk wrote this)

Break: And finally, yet more

Yardbirds: “Beck’s Boogie” (Jeff Beck, just showing off...)
John Mayall: “Hideaway” ( Eric Clapton does Freddy King)
Quicksilver Messenger Service: “Cobra” (John Cippolina meets Nicky Hopkins)

Break: 1 pm: A salute to P F Sloane, inspired by Joan Anderman’s column on the globe about P F ‘s comeback cd and tour...

Barry McGuire: “Eve of Destruction”
Turtles: “Let Me Be”
Searchers: “Take Me For What I’m worth”
Herman’s Hermits: “Where Were You When I needed You”
Grassroots: “Things I Should Have Said”
Johnny Rivers: “Secret Agent” (live version)

NOTE: Alex McNeil will have an interview with PF Sloane on Lost and Found this Friday 8/25 in conjunction with his appearances in the Boston area this weekend at the Iron Horse and Passim.

Let’s hear some singers, now...

Ten Years After: “Love Like a Man”
Jeff Beck, w/ Rod Stewart: “Shapes of Things”
Traffic: “Every Mother’s Son” (Winwood plays everything except the drums on this... )
Procol Harum: “The Devil Came From Kansas” (Love the drum break on this one)

A brief intermezzo and back announce, and then for closers:

Cream: “I Feel Free”
Al Kooper: “Can’t Keep From Cryin’” (solo version from What’s Shaking)
Little Feat: “Easy to Slip”
The Band: “Rag Mama Rag”

Damn, this is fun!


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