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What in the blues blazes…..

July 18, 2015


We Indian’s know a thing or two about the blues too, y’know?

Aaaaaaaaahveeee got them blues real good…..


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  1. blindman permalink
    July 20, 2015 2:03 am

    yo indians,
    ya know, the blues go way back
    before the blues. it must have originated
    with consciousness, itself. as you have always known
    but never been known for,
    we all have a natural reverence for “it”
    as it sounds the birth of the heart and emotion
    of the individual soul; the culmination of the
    public version of the self?
    perhaps not our final destination
    but certainly a fundamental, essential,
    not to mention seductive, expression.
    and it must sound right to be so.
    Grateful Dead – Uncle John’s Band (Studio Version)

    Grateful Dead – Ripple – 10/31/80 – Radio City Music Hall (OFFICIAL)

    Jef Lee Johnson



  2. blindman permalink
    July 20, 2015 2:17 am
    Recordings – Listen to Our Instruments

    • July 22, 2015 9:00 am

      Do you work with them? I’m feeling Banjos. Discovered Danny Gatton. I want to be a finger picker πŸ™‚ All the greatest ones were finger pickers.

      • blindman permalink
        July 26, 2015 5:58 am

        i have too much to say regarding
        it is all too complex, just like the term
        “life” and associated stories.
        one, i do not work with pameroy but
        can tell you the instruments produced/
        made by that name are hand made by
        either donny paine or his son and are
        magnificent; long story discovered instantly
        but preceded by years of sound bytes from
        personal relations.
        they do not make many banjos yet my
        suspicion is that if one were to properly request
        the construction of the instrument desired
        they could-would construct such a thing for a price.
        imagine it and this person could make it.
        if you look for custom banjo makers/producers
        my bet is there are many great ones, many old
        and new; 5 string claw hammer banjos are plentiful
        in mind stunning quality.
        i take objection to the statement regarding
        the great ones. there is a thing called frailing.
        or claw hammer. it has never been done,
        and has no historic representation on a
        6 string claw hammer banjo or guitar. the future
        of greatness is never readily visible. no?
        i am in pursuit.

  3. Dublinsmick permalink
    July 25, 2015 8:31 pm


    Here is Jimmy

    These boys are not bad but can’t stand up to Jimmy!

  4. Dublinsmick permalink
    July 25, 2015 9:49 pm

    Neil young I shot my baby (late neil young)

    Early Neil Young

    rising sun

    Have you seen the plain

    Oh mommy I ain’t no commie

    If you had been drafted during the vietnam war like I was, these last two would by your favorites.

    Fortunate son

    Country Joe

    • blindman permalink
      July 26, 2015 6:24 am

      thank you for these links.
      the spirit demands transcendence
      and projection of survival. ultimately,
      escape and projection are all that
      is left of us, that is our lot and life.
      rests and projections, it is the music
      of the universe. ripples

  5. Dublinsmick permalink
    July 26, 2015 7:47 am

    Some of the songs I really liked in my youth, most have never heard of.

    • July 29, 2015 6:17 am

      I know A LOT of those songs Dub….starting from Lil Richard (ace Mason, MKUltra man though he was)… :-O


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