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The Who -- "See Me, Feel Me" -- Live at Woodstock 1969...Daughtry, Townsend, Bohnam, and Enwhistle Brought Down "The House" With This Great Tune From the Rock Opera, "Tommy" At Woodstock....One View of This Great Clip Serves To Remind Us All What A Superior 60's Band The Who Was...WOW!!

The Who -- See Me, Feel Me -- Live at Woodstock 1969 remember Woodstock 1969


Bob Dylan: Nobel Prize Winner, Style God

Tom Petty and Bob Dylan 1986 promo True Confessions tour at Westwood One Studios NYC

Bob Weir, Doodle, Gallery, Families, Friends, Grateful Dead, Rock Roll, Jazz, Photo Galleries

Mountain played Woodstock on Saturday.   They were a short lived group that broke up in 1972.  Some say their song "Mississippi Queen" was the influence for the development of heavy metal.   Oddly, one of their past members, Elvin Bishop (On and On), enjoyed a solo career that was anything but metal.

Leslie,Felix &David Perry who played guitar on the Avalanche album &on tour in

Bessie Smith, an American Blues singer, was one of the most popular female blues singers of the 1920’s and 1930’s. Critically acclaimed, Bessie Smith is still regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era and a major influence on future jazz vocalists to come. With popular songs such as “Gulf Coast Blues” and “Downhearted Blues” Bessie Smith made over 160 recordings, some with some of the best musicians to ever live.

Cold In Hand Blues Bessie Smith (Vocal) Louis Armstrong (Cornet) Fred Longshaw (Piano)

Denny Dias: Steely Dan...Dias was a founding member of Steely Dan, and provided one of the more memorable solos on the 70s with his electric sitar solo in "Do It Again"..

Steely Dan - Reelin' In the Years - 1973 Album=Can't Buy a Thrill Song Lyrics Video performance

Bachman Turner Overdrive

The group "Bachman Turner Overdrive".after Rany Bachman left the group the "Guess Who",in 1970