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(YouTube) Video Paul Butterfield born today in 1942. Here is his legendary performance at Monterey in 1967, two years before he appeared at Woodstock   (youtube.com) divider line 32
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2010-12-17 12:03:15 PM
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2010-12-17 04:04:14 PM
I just love the cinematography style of that era, when it came to concert films. Lingering close-ups, focusing on odd little things happening in the crowd.
 
2010-12-17 04:11:25 PM
There were some fine looking chicks in 1967:

0.24"
3'.55"
4'.09"
 
2010-12-17 04:43:04 PM
Sexy, sexy rawr ;) I love the 60's.
 
2010-12-17 04:47:35 PM
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2010-12-17 04:54:06 PM
profile.ak.fbcdn.net

RIP Brian Butterfield

/Tomorrow is Saturday.
//Saturday is treat day.
 
2010-12-17 05:01:19 PM
blues=boring
oooo... the I-IV-V chord progression... wow!

/yawn
 
2010-12-17 05:05:42 PM
PresentCompanyExcluded: blues=boring
oooo... the I-IV-V7 chord progression... wow!

/yawn


FIFY
 
2010-12-17 05:08:58 PM
Butterfield with Bloomfield. Total win.

/RIP
//Wine,wine,wine...............
 
2010-12-17 05:09:21 PM
PresentCompanyExcluded: blues=boring
oooo... the I-IV-V chord progression... wow!

/yawn


More interesting than your LAMF post.
 
2010-12-17 05:59:04 PM
There were some fine looking chicks in 1967:
0:29
1:06
4:04
FTFY
you got the marks wrong (or have lower standards)
 
2010-12-17 06:18:23 PM
PresentCompanyExcluded: blues=boring
oooo... the I-IV-V chord progression... wow!

/yawn


So the only thing that exemplifies good music to you is a more unique chord progression?

Personally, I quit listening to music entirely because its basically all the same damn 12 notes. Boring.
 
2010-12-17 06:50:17 PM
CAPTIAN SLAPPY: There were some fine looking chicks in 1967:
0:29
1:06
4:04
FTFY
you got the marks wrong (or have lower standards)



Thanks for the correction, since I was watching the girls and not the timing. But 3'55" is still smokin'
 
2010-12-17 07:35:12 PM
GOD D A M N was that some great music! Thanks Subby. +1 Internets for you.
 
2010-12-17 07:39:03 PM
Principal Clarinet: CAPTIAN SLAPPY: There were some fine looking chicks in 1967:
0:29
1:06
4:04
FTFY
you got the marks wrong (or have lower standards)
Thanks for the correction, since I was watching the girls and not the timing. But 3'55" is still smokin'



3'55" is my favorite too. She looks familiar. Was she famous? She has that hot look which reminds me of Michelle Phillips.
i88.photobucket.com

It was a magical time. That period after Free Love and before STDs that could kill you.
 
2010-12-17 09:05:36 PM
PresentCompanyExcluded: blues=boring
oooo... the I-IV-V chord progression... wow!

/yawn


I've heard people make stupid statements about music but that one of the most stupid.

Congrats.
 
2010-12-17 09:16:11 PM
HotSalsaZoot: Butterfield with Bloomfield. Total win.

Bloomfield's best stuff was with The Electric Flag IMO.
 
2010-12-17 09:46:33 PM
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Bolivian marching powder in the green room, evidently.
 
2010-12-17 10:01:55 PM
Butter and bloomie, East west, work song, unbeatable, except for
Bloomfield with Al kooper, side 1 of SUPER SESSION
 
2010-12-17 10:13:31 PM
Most of that audience looks thoroughly bored.
 
2010-12-17 10:40:28 PM
Brian Jones at 4:27

Could 3:55 be Marianne Faithfull?
 
2010-12-17 11:39:21 PM
Bob16: HotSalsaZoot: Butterfield with Bloomfield. Total win.

Bloomfield's best stuff was with The Electric Flag IMO.


What are you, on drugs? His best stuff is the live albums he put out with Al Kooper.
 
2010-12-17 11:59:04 PM
Jim Butterfield rocks! "Learning Machine Code Programming on the Commodore 64 (and other Commodore computers)" FTW!
 
2010-12-18 12:01:24 AM
Yeah Whatever: Brian Jones at 4:27

Could 3:55 be Marianne Faithfull?


Bingo.

http://www.last.fm/music/Marianne+Faithfull/+images/3626520 (new window)

The film was full of shots like that.
 
2010-12-18 12:25:50 AM
"Blues" for white people.

Tonight at 11.
 
2010-12-18 12:56:16 AM
chopit: "Blues" for white people.

Tonight at 11.


Seriously. I mean, I'm white and all, but I'm not stupid. I know when you're supposed to close your eyes and sway. If I'm peeking it's only to make sure you're not.
 
2010-12-18 05:41:17 AM
awww. if he's the same guy that had the butterfield blues band, then i saw them live in 1967, somewhere in nyc, at a fairly small venue. with 3 buddies on a weekend in ny. from boot camp in fort dix. we had the shortest hair in the city. but we had civilian clothes on, so it was all good. ahh, good times!
 
2010-12-18 09:08:38 AM
He looked awfully old for someone only 24-25. Was he already doing hard drugs at this point?
 
2010-12-18 10:12:17 AM
Pretty girls.

And the trumpet player playing while holding a cigarette.

Yep. It was the Sixties, alright.
 
2010-12-18 01:30:30 PM
Music and pretty girls in the sixties?

Link (new window)

/you're welcome
//swoon
 
2010-12-20 06:02:15 PM
Bob16: PresentCompanyExcluded: blues=boring
oooo... the I-IV-V chord progression... wow!

/yawn

I've heard people make stupid statements about music but that one of the most stupid.

Congrats.


I'm not saying all blues is boring, but this video was pretty boring to me.

/Seasick Steve rocks
 
2010-12-20 06:05:53 PM
Some Stupid With A Flare Gun: http://www.123video.nl/playvideos.asp?MovieID=145099
Bolivian marching powder in the green room, evidently.


what the fark? gary busey, seriously?
 
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