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Old 09-25-2023, 05:19 AM
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She plays piano, guitar, cello, sings like a bird and writes very nice tunes....and all of 24 years old.

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Old 09-25-2023, 05:23 AM
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And Jeff Scott - Leonid and Friends are a lot of fun.

I really enjoy their cover of the Brecker Brothers old tune East River....



Here's a concert they did from Christmas during Covid - they were in a couple locations.

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And Jeff Scott - Leonid and Friends are a lot of fun.

I really enjoy their cover of the Brecker Brothers old tune East River....



Here's a concert they did from Christmas during Covid - they were in a couple locations.

Do you know if they've done any Tower of Power? That would be a shoe-in for them.
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Old 09-25-2023, 02:39 PM
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I've never seen the Brecker Brothers, only Michael a couple times, with Joni Mitchell on the Shadows and Light tour, and around '05 with his own band.
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Old 09-28-2023, 12:33 PM
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Delta blues

Robert Johnson
Son House
Lead Belly
Big Joe Williams
Lightin' Hopkins

It's more of a study of History, I guess.
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Lucinda Williams "Lu's Jukebox" series recorded during the pandemic lock-downs, with the proceeds donated towards shuttered venues employees. Recorded live in the studio with her road band, including two crack guitarists (Williams has a habit of employing crack guitarists.) Each recording is themed to an artist or genere. My favorite is the Rolling Stones covers CD, as well as the 60s R&B CD (Particularly inviting is the swampy cover of the country classic "Ode to Billy Joe") The Bob Dylan and Tom Petty CDs are growing on me, as each one seems to invite re-listens. Haven't picked up the 60s country or Christmas CDs yet, but they are on my list.

It is always interesting to hear what songs by other songwriters that a noted songwriter covers. Plus some real tasty (abet mostly electric) musicianship.

Example:












You get the idea...
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Michael Reynolds cello, Glenn Campbell, Anna Vidovic
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I was listening to Bob Dylanís greatest hits today.
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Love me some Tedeschi Trucks Band, especially Midnight in Harlem!
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