Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Wednesday Crosscurrents 3/18

Wednesday Crosscurrents - John Gaguine

The Rolling Stones, from their glory years in the late 1960s with the 1968 album Beggar's Banquet and the 1969 album - Sympathy for the Devil, Street Fighting Man, Jumping Jack Flash, Midnight Rambler (maybe their nastiest song ever)

Van Morrison set (post-St Patrick's Day) -
Them - Gloria, Here Comes the Night
Morrison - Blue Money
Morrison and Gail Lewis (Jerry Lee's sister) - Baby (You Got What It Takes)
Ray Charles with Morrison - Crazy Love (written by Morrison)
Morrison, Lonnie Donegan, Chris Barber - It Takes a Worried Man

U-2 - Beautiful Day, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, With or Without You

Thin Lizzy (another Irish band) - The Boys Are Back in Town
Waterboys (ditto) - Fisherman's Blues

Chieftains - John O'Conor and the Ode to Whiskey, Morning Has Broken (with Diana Krall and Art Garfunkel)
Tommy Makem - Little Beggarman, Irish Rover

Bob O'Dylan set -
Dylan - One More Night (from 1969's country album Nashville Skyline)
Gene Clark (one of the Byrds) - Mr. Tambourine Man
Ian and Sylvia - Tomorrow Is a Long Time
The Traveling Wilburys (Lucky, Otis, Lefty and Nelson Wilbury and Charlie T. Jr., aka Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Geo Harrison, Tom Petty, Jeff Lyme)

Stones again - Not Fade Away (old Buddy Holly tune), You Can't Always Get What You Want (with the London Bach Choir, from the album Let It Bleed)

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