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Hey there Hollis -
Below is about two and a half minutes (NO SOUND) of the Allman Bros at the Fillmore East, March 11 - 13, 1971. Have fun with it!
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Bonus for Hollis:
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed. It may or may not be from Fillmore East, March 1971. Could be; you tell me!
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Great to hear from Mr. Ark on the Brothers, too!! Apropos to that, I'd like to include a video that Mr. A turned me on to not long ago, and one that Hollis might like as well: Eric Johnson / The Cliffs of Dover. (Thanks again for that!)
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Take care -- Dewey
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Long, long night of celebrating at the Record Party!! And it was this here group of kids who held the spotlight the longest, gang! Howzabout a "morning after" welcome for...
The Brazilian Girls and their big hit "Pussy Pussy Marijuana"
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Check out the party's closing act and you'll get an idea about last night's vibe...
The Pizzicato Five "The Night Is Still Young"
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Turn off the lights and close your eyes. Stay with it.

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Barber's "Adagio For Strings."
Chris

"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana."
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Just 'cuz it is...

The Beatles "Rain"
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Brook Benton "Rainy Night In Georgia"
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Eurythmics "Here Comes The Rain Again"
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Here's one for anyone who's snowed in today...
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Here's something a little different. What we have here is drummer Bill Bruford probably best known for playing with the progressive rock group Yes, giving a drum clinic and playing his 1978 instumental Hells Bells from the album Feels Good To Me.



Notice how the keyboard riff that begins the song starts out in a very tight 4/4, but when Bruford kicks in on the drums, he changes the time to 5/4 (by playing in 3/8 time) creating a massive swing groove. Also, notice how loose he is on the kit. This looks very relaxed and effortless (it's not).
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Happy Holidays from the King...
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A little holiday cheer compliments of the Record Party...
"Run, Run Rudolph" (Chuck Berry)
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"Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town" (Bruce Springsteen)
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Hi Dewey and Arkadin! (Ben too!)
If you please, could any of you shoot me a Jazzy Christmas carol or two?

Sorry I couldn't see alot of the cool music you guys have put on here because my home computer is from about 1920 and it is too slow to bring up each YouTube!! But fortunately for me, Santa may be dropping off a new computer on my roof next week!!!
Peace guys!!
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and/or Happy Kwanza! 8)
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Shonna - It's great seeing you back in these parts! You've certainly been missed---especially at Dewey's Record Party! Here's a little something to spice up your Yuletide...

Jimmy Smith "Christmas Cookin'"
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Nancy Wilson "That's What I Want For Christmas"
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All the best to you, Shonna!
-Dewey
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Have another cuppa holiday cheer...
Bing Crosby "White Christmas"
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Nat "King" Cole "The Christmas Song"
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Vince Guaraldi Trio "O Tannenbaum"
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Merry Christmas everybody...from The Drifters...
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...and everyone over at www.deweystrailerpark.com
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Ok, it's not a Christmas song, but one of my cats just died young, so I was in the mood for the Christopher Cross song "Think of Laura."

This is one of the most amazing versions of this tune I've ever heard. Crosses voice has lost none of it's luster and you can really hear what a great singer he is in this arrangment with just an acoustic guitar. The studio version was always way too fluffy for me. So kick back, enjoy those beautiful high notes, and chew a few thoughts over your lost loved ones:

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