The Perlich Post

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Happy Birthday RL Burnside!

Remembering the Mississippi blues great with some stellar performance footage from '78 and '84.  

Negative Approach @ Hard Luck Bar, Sunday

Watch what happened when John Brannon and crew hit Hard Luck Bar two years ago.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Patti Smith chats with David Lynch

Patti and David discuss severed ears, Bobby Vinton, ugly beauty and the ghost of Jerry Garcia.

Thee Oh Sees @ Danforth Music Hall, Sunday

Watch Thee Oh Sees' entire show at L.A.'s Echoplex from May 29, 2014.

Set list
0:00 I Come From The Mountain
4:57 Tunnel Time
8:57 Encrypted Bounce (a queer sound)
13:21 The Dream
20:44 Toe Cutter/Thumb buster
29:10 Carrion Crawler
34:18 Lupine Dominus
41:18 Transparent World
46:46 Tidal Wave
51:30 Dead Energy
57:56 Web

Friday, November 21, 2014

Happy Birthday Dr. John!

Cheers to Mac Rebennack, the legendary Night Tripper, who turns 74 today. 

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Vieux Farka Touré & Idan Raichel light up Koerner Hall, Friday

The Malian guitarist and Israeli keyboardist recently issued their second studio collabo, The Paris Session.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Nucleus meets Leon Thomas at Montreux '70

The previously unreleased live pairing of Nucleus and Leon Thomas is out now on Gearbox.
Gearbox recently announced the first official release of the Montreux Jazz Festival concert featuring trumpeter Ian Carr’s pioneering Nucleus performing with US vocalist Leon Thomas on a set of Thomas’ repertoire recorded in June 1970. According to Carr, the collaboration with Thomas is a combination of the “rock thing...with the roots of the music.” Check out the track "Echoes" below featuring an oboe solo from Karl Jenkins. The analog mastered double vinyl version of Nucleus with Leon Thomas: Live 1970 (with MP3 download) is available from Gearbox Records.

Track Listing: The Creator Has a Master Plan; Echoes; Damn ‘Nam (Ain’t Going to Viet Nam); One; Chains of Love; The Journey

Personnel: Leon Thomas - vocals, Ian Carr - trumpet & flugelhorn, Karl Jenkins - oboe & piano, Brian Smith - soprano & tenor sax, flute Chris Spedding - guitar, Jeff Clyne - bass, John Marshall - drums.