I enjoy when Jimmy Fallon does his Neil Young impression. Last night on The Tonight Show Jimmy and Neil performed on a rotating tree stump in the middle of a dark, swampy forest, with animals looking on with them.
The purpose of the song was to promote Neil Young’s newest album, Earth. I have my copy on pre-order at Pono Music. I will be downloading and listening to the Pono edition 192.0kHz/24bit on Friday June 24th. It is perfectly suited for my Neil Young Limited Edition Pono player 😉
Available January 8, 2016.
What does it mean?
There is nothing more exciting than a Beatles recording becoming newly available!
“These videos and films are spectacular reminders of the era we lived in. They also rock!” – Paul McCartney
“I think it’s really interesting to see the videos we made, some of them incredible and some of them really incredible. How else would we have got to sit on a horse?” – Ringo Starr
All-New Editions of The Beatles 1 Pair Beautifully Restored Promotional Films and Videos with Brand New Stereo and Surround Audio Mixes. My preference is the The Beatles – “1+” CD+2Blu-ray (Deluxe Limited Edition).
Let’s hear it for the art of tireless restoration. Thank you Apple Corps and the 18 person restoration team. You Rock!
Where would we be without “The Luthier” who crafts the guitar from wood for the music of our heart and beyond. Thank you Alex Bishop Guitars and the Contra Agency for a poetry in motion documentary experience.
The lead off track on the One Size Fits All recording, “Inca Roads”. Superlative and infectious, Press Play!
Music Is The Best – Frank Zappa
I caught The Doobie Brothers on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon the other night. They were reunited once more with Michael McDonald and performed an extended “Long Train Runnin” which included “Takin It to the Streets”.
They were also joined on keyboards by Bill Payne, co-founder of Little Feat (upper right hand corner). Bill Payne has recorded on several Doobie Brothers albums. Its unfortunate he wasn’t mentioned on the broadcast. I have seen Bill Payne perform four times with Little Feat live and twice with Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band. He’s a versatile keyboardist and articulate lyricist.
All in all, it’s great to reconnect with The Doobie Brothers. I bought the Pono edition of The Captain and Me which sounds fantastic for a 42 year old album! I have also been savoring the Southbound “duets” guest star recording done in Nashville.
Am I alone in this sentiment?