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Just a bunch'a Good Americana Tunes; Island, Rock, Funky Town, R&B, Country. A little of this, a little of that. Another of the Skippers "Shut Up & Play" nights; though he never REALLY shuts up
Send the 'chirrun' ta' bed. Un-hitch Mama from the plow, pour a couple o'Adult Beverages, break out the "Fine Columbian" and chill with a boat-load o'songs from Steely Dan.
Yer Skipper don't much care for fireworks... Unless they blow stuff outta the water! And he don't buy into the All Hail the Mighty U.S.A. yearly self congratulatory 'poopaganda' either.. But he DOES play a few Patriotic songs.. and a LOT that ain't
This is a "genre bustin" show as Griff said in chat and indeed I have to agree. Sometimes the genre bustin' goes on in the same song! If you can dig Blues, R&B and some wicked Jazz improv's in the same song then this is the show for you!
This one starts out with Delbert McClinton, a master of his art, whose style can in no way be pidgeonholed into one catagory.
Last nights show featured the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Janelle Monáe. Along with Funkadelic, Cage the Elephant, The London Souls and the Afghan Whigs, "Whack" only barely scratches the surface!
Here ya' go swabs. On this show the Skipper plays the Southern Rock card, an' a down n'dirty deal it is. It ain't like he don't play Southern stuff on a regular basis but this ain't his self proclaimed "Swamp Rock". No .. this time he goes for the Iconic Southern Rock thing; somewhat anyway... (read more)
The Skipper Mixed up his adult ( I know .. misnomer) beverage and went huntin' for some Mashed Up songs this week. To his Half-Baked mind that seemed like a good idea.
In the past couple weeks music has taken a couple body shots. Two Friday's ago it lost Levon Helm and then yesterday lost MCA (Adam Yauch) of the Beastie Boys. Men, greatly admired by two different generations of music lovers, whose music was diametrically opposed in substance and style but had fans from both generations.... Read More
The Skipper starts with some Zeppelin and other songs (including Dream Theater & Yes) that didn't get into the show Himself and Kast did on the last MyndJack show.
Then he cranks out some New..ish Rock stuff by Maktub and The London Souls then turns up the heat with some Rocked Up Soul from Pacific Gas and Electric and Grand Funk Railroad.