looked out my window lord,
at a darkness that's no lie
there was a black rainbow,
just as big as the sky....
Live and Learn!!
How to Destroy a Good Flow!!! OUCH
surprising beautiful set!
under the Big Top!
with Pink Elephants!
am huge willie fan,
because he's high vibe
and can get it across
in 2 or 3 verses!
this song is from Tougher Than Leather album,
you nailed it man! ....love just playing anywhere! just to do it, and enjoy the ridiculousness of it all... To inspire.....and with Paul on drums! wowsers!.............love how the bride appears out of nowwhere at end of video....so apropo!
and you and your mom
are awesome together!!
song inspired by a veteran,
but it's really about me,
and about you.
never give up :)
finally someone starts kicking this song into gear!
i feel this song still...!!!!
has unexplored potential.
somebody step up to the plate.
i'd rewrite the last line
"take me down the road, take me, take me, take me home"
something like that.
beautiful version, man!
now i know how to play it,
roll on brotherman roll on
well gideon i'm new to your stuff and don't know your polished videos...
but i love raw stuff, real life tidbits. i like seeing people engaging their own lives,
and what solutions they offer. that inspires me.
work out better camera angles, this is your own movie, your own hollywood.
what would you want to see? i want some movement, shots out the window,
feel the vibe of you rolling with your life. ....
kudos for taking it to the streets, literally.
roll on, brotherman, roll on.
well this is the best i've ever heard bob weir sound,
(after listening to the first 3 songs).
i'll have to look up the national
love the tone colors...especially looks like rain.
forever changes........transformational album! you'll dig it so much.
this sounds so freakin' good....always loved the groove and vibe of this song!...can't stop playing it man (12th time in a row) ...loved the vinyl also, and thanks for showing the label. i used to have a vinyl collection in 80 and 90's ...over 500 records almost all '60s rock n roll/pop.......had forever changes and best of love...so it took me a little longer to find this little gem! ....
thanks for reminding
people they are spiritual beings
having this human experience...
thanks for being persistant
and staying on, coming back to, point.
interesting how 3 of my favorites velvets, beatles, creedence all broke down at about same time with intense long standing divisive issues amongst members...never fully resolved. can learn a lot from those break ups.(forgiveness, as always) Never heard Squeeze! on your recommendation i should give it a lesson. Yule carried on with the name for 2 years i think, that's quite fascinating in itself. And i quite happen to enjoy billy yule's drumming on loaded , and live at max's. ...
with the hands adjusting, readjusting.
what a cool studio too,
where are you
(okay, it's in French,
that's giving me a clue!)
and what's the history on the studio?
love the woman's voice
in the mix also.
lots of space/room in your songs
i dig that.
okay, the credits, england!
wow, great little film
very inspiring on all levels.
always loved this song
and how they slipped it in on live '69.
what are the chords on the bridge jazzy part?
or the whole song for that matter?
this sounds even better now that i see it came out
those were barren times.
even pre VU rediscovered album.
just a phenomenal version. good taste!