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Bazza

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Netflix 2019 movie Echo In The Canyon is an interesting story of the music that developed in California following the arrival of the Beatles. Some very nice music with stories from some of the survivors of that period.
Very cool story, Bazza.
Thanks, guys.

I heard about that documentary from another talk forum, UAH - there's a thread with about 38 posts. Most are baby boomers (like me) and can relate to that extraordinary era in music and the arts.

I have yet to see it but intend to. I downloaded some of the Jakob Dylan duet songs from his "Echo in the Canyon" album, which are very cool.

Here's is the trailer:

 

Bazza

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McQuinn played a concert in Gainesville while I was a student at UF in the mid 70's. A few pics I converted from slides I took.

Had the guitar with colored flashing lights when they played "Eight Miles High"........







 

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McQuinn played a concert in Gainesville while I was a student at UF in the mid 70's. A few pics I converted from slides I took.

Had the guitar with colored flashing lights when they played "Eight Miles High"........







I think it’s Roger McGuinn.

In any event, Mrs. Basket Case and I saw him in 1995. St. Petersburg Florida in a place called Janus Landing. I wonder if that place still exists.

The best overall experience I’ve ever had at a concert. He lived in the area at the time (don’t know if he still does), and was playing in support of the Back From Rio CD.

Small, but nice open-air venue. Didn’t feel either alone or packed in like sardines. Good appreciative crowd, but no long lines for beverages or bathrooms. It was early spring, so it wasn’t too hot.

No youngsters because they had no idea who he was. McGuinn himself was young enough that he still had his voice and incredible guitar skills.

Great memories.
 

Bazza

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I think it’s Roger McGuinn.

In any event, Mrs. Basket Case and I saw him in 1995. St. Petersburg Florida in a place called Janus Landing. I wonder if that place still exists.

The best overall experience I’ve ever had at a concert. He lived in the area at the time (don’t know if he still does), and was playing in support of the Back From Rio CD.

Small, but nice open-air venue. Didn’t feel either alone or packed in like sardines. Good appreciative crowd, but no long lines for beverages or bathrooms. It was early spring, so it wasn’t too hot.

No youngsters because they had no idea who he was. McGuinn himself was young enough that he still had his voice and incredible guitar skills.

Great memories.

Thanks...I knew it was McGuinn. Mind plays tricks sometimes. Too many rock concerts?

I know what you mean about venues and great concert experiences. Mine was The Marshall Tucker Band - February 1974 in Ocala at the Jai Lai Fronton. Just incredible!
 

Bazza

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Love this rendition.......and the slideshow is very well done!

0:01 Jerry Hall Mick Jagger
0:05 Clint Eastwood
0:10 Twiggy
0:15 Dennis Hopper
0:20 Brigitte Bardot
0:25 Frank Sinatra
0:30 Mohamed Ali / Cassius Clay
0:35 Charlie Chaplin e Paulette Goddard
0:40 Marylin Monroe e J.F. Kennedy
0:45 David Bowie e Elizabeth Taylor
0:50 Iggy Pop
0:55 Lou Reed
1:00 Rod Stewart e Bebe Buell (Liv Tyler's mother)
1:05 Nixon e Elvis Presley
1:10 David Bowie
1:15 Queen Elizabeth II e Marilyn Monroe
1:20 Jane Fonda
1:25 Michael e Kirk Douglas
1:30 Elvis Presley e Natalie Wood
1:35 Kate Moss, Johnny Depp e Iggy Pop
1:40 Marlon Brando
1:45 Don Johnson e Melanie Griffith
1:50 Cassius Clay e Sammy Davis Jr.
1:55 Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. e Frank Sinatra (The Rat Pack)
2:00 Star Wars Actors
2:05 Don Johnson e Melanie Griffith
2:10 Eric Clapton e George Harrison
2:15 Kurt Cobain
2:20 Michael Caine e Nancy Sinatra
2:25 Frank Sinatra
2:30 Steven Tyler (Aerosmith)
2:35 Sonny & Cher e Bob Dylan
2:40 David Bowie, Iggy Pop e Lou Reed
2:45 Yoko Ono, Andy Warhol e John Lennon
2:50 Elvis Presley
2:55 James Dean e Natalie Wood
3:00 Bonnie & Clyde
3:05 Cassius Clay
3:10 Charles Manson
3:15 The Manson Family
3:20 Jack Nicholson, Lauren Bacall e Warren Beatty
3:25 Marilyn Monroe
3:30 Charlie Chaplin e Marlene Dietrich
3:35 Andy Warhol e Isabelle Collin Dufresne (aka “Ultra Violet”)
3:40 Elvis Presley e Barbara Stanwyck
3:45 Johnny Depp e Winona Ryder
3:50 Mickey Rourke e Charles Bukowski
3:55 Diana Ross e ‎Brooke Shields‎
4:00 Clint Eastwood e Maggie Johnson
4:05 Che Guevara
4:10 Jack Nicholson
4:15 John Voight e Angelina Jolie
4:20 Salvador Dali
4:25 Elvis Presley
4:30 Michael Jackson
4:35 Iggy Pop e David Bowie
4:40 Marlon Brando
4:45 Sean Connery e Brigitte Bardot
4:50 Christopher Walken
4:55 Salvador Dali
5:00 Alfred Hitchcock
5:05 Stephen Stills e Jimmi Hendrix
5:10 John Travolta
5:15 Woody Allen e Diane Keaton
5:20 Johnny Depp e Winona Ryder
5:25 Bob Dylan e Neil Young
5:30 James Dean
5:35 Marylin Monroe
5:40 Anthony Perkins e Audrey Hepburn
5:45 James Dean
5:50 Charles Manson
5:55 Jimmy Page
6:00 Che Guevara
6:05 Andy Warhol e The Velvet Underground
6:10 James Dean
6:15 Liza Minelli e Judy Garland
6:20 Mick Jagger
6:25 Freddy Mercury e Jane Seymour
6:30 Pablo Picasso
6:35 Jack Nickolson
6:40 Sean Penn
6:45 Marlon Brando e Frank Sinatra
6:50 Churchill
6:55 Hitler
7:00 Jeremy Irons e Meryl Streep
7:05 Alice Cooper
7:10 James Dean
7:15 James Dean

 

Bazza

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"How Long" is a 1974 song by the British group Ace from their album Five-A-Side. It reached No. 3 in the US and Canadian charts, and No. 20 in the UK chart. Lead singer Paul Carrack composed the song upon discovering that bassist Terry Comer had been secretly working with other bands. Comer returned to Ace in time to play on the song.

 

Go Bama

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"How Long" is a 1974 song by the British group Ace from their album Five-A-Side. It reached No. 3 in the US and Canadian charts, and No. 20 in the UK chart. Lead singer Paul Carrack composed the song upon discovering that bassist Terry Comer had been secretly working with other bands. Comer returned to Ace in time to play on the song.

Our band covers this tune. Fun song to play.