This is crazy, this is awesome. We are so proud of the new
Enjoy. Gear up. Just in time for christmas!
Great song by Ben Harper:
Go ahead, put your red dress on!
Great song by TVOTR
First a live jam from back when it came out:
Then the smokin studio version:
Play the game
play the game
play the game
play the game of love!
Complain, so much easier
Let’s go to Funkville with The Crowd Pleasers!
This is rare, pure Ohio Funk.
I’ve read that The Crowd Pleasers were formed to accompany Junie Morrison on tour in the 1979-1980 timeframe, but the tour fell apart and The Crowd … Read the rest
Enjoy most of Sly & The Family Stone, rocking the stage in Aruba circa 1997 on Sinbad’s Summer Soul Jam.
Yes. I had this on VHS back in the day but it’s long gone.
Rick Beato with a great dissection of the Zep classic Whole Lotta Love:
I like when he picks up the guitar and plays along with the solo.
Here’s a great interview clip with the shy and interesting Charlie Watts, drummer for the Rolling Stones, from back in the early days.
He reflects on life in a successful white rock ‘n roll band playing black R&B, how American … Read the rest
Best known as Bernie or The Wizard of Woo, Worrell is a giant among modern composers and keyboardists.
This man could play virtually anything at a very high level. His writing, playing, and improvisation were unrivaled. From April 19, 1944 … Read the rest
Great jam from Deep Purple, rocking it in the 80’s:
‘Tis a musical orgy .. ladies and gentlemen I present to you Buckethead playing Jimi Hendrix in front of Bootsy Collins.
Yes. So Good.
I love this song even though the Spyz listed it on their album as File Under Cheesy.
Yeah it’s poppy but it’s catchy and has a fat beat. I find myself humming it and quoting lyrics 28 years later. … Read the rest
Classic Fleetwood Mac going way back to ’76
Great jam from Living Colour. Full playlist coming soon!
In a new place, in a strange land….
Ah yeah! The debut of Living Colour’s newest playlist as put together by WFNK.com!
Prince made so many great albums. Each crammed with track after track ripe for rediscovery.
Here’s the amazing “Beautiful Strange” from 2001.
We miss you man!
The most expensive drummer in the world plays it simple.