I would also put "Caravan" and "Forever Young" in this category, for sure, though I can't make a complete list because I haven't heard the studio versions for some of the songs. I never thought Roger Waters was a good bass player but he did have an eye for spectacle, but that aside, a Sid Barrett retrospective was released yesterday in the Uk, remastered and all that hype. Then again, they did want to score all of Easy Rider, so I ammend my initial feelings about working on soundtracks. Reciprocally, how did rock-and-rollers, around the US and in Europe, feel about them? I have this weird Studs Terkel narrative music about the stages of life from birth to death. His singing was really the high-point.
Robbie Robertson, help the Traditional Iroquois. Carl Hultberg January 4, - I know, one of his family members played keyboards An entirely unrelated group, the Bobby Charles Quartet, recorded for the Fenton label in the early 60s and released at least one live record in a kind of lounge cum honky tonk style. Then you die and a newspaper smears you all over their front page.
Can't wait for tonight Barnburners in NY. Since there have been none on the GB I'm compelled to share mine. To hear Levon enthusiastically tell this anecdote suggests a great admiration for Sumlin, a man who's taken all the knocks from life and still came out smiling. You make an earthwork garden out of horse shit. Dan January 8, - Congrats on being the first to bring up Michael Bolton for the first time I hope on this guestbook.
He's made it quite clear what he thinks of Robbie, the re-issues, etc. The first time I heard about The Band was when I saw a documentary. Meeting him briefly after the show, I realized what a friendly soul Rick was. The Subdudes, oh yeah! The way Garth was stooped over his instrument, his forehead almost touching the keyboards.