- Jun 3, 2011
I need to revisit the Woodstock blu ray..it's been awhile since I watched it...it's a shame Jimi Hendrix was playing when most of the people had already left...Did you know they played at Woodstock ('69)?:
More and More - Blood, Sweat & Tears: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nSvgDwdS9A
Raga Majh Khamaj - Ravi Shankar w/Alla Rakha (audio only): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEetKrEmfiI&list=PL0XnJc-qC5KYp5-nxG15oX7bMRbLQqqHn
If I Were a Carpenter - Tim Hardin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93f7vSt70hM
That's awesome information..KSOL AM 1450 San Francisco Aircheck 1967 (4:17 DJ - Sly Stone): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2LlPTSu7oo&list=PLkLMg_E_YD64Uw_ZpyGS9oHLeLdfYCn4V&index=2
More Sly spins on KSOL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixz4Fwtc3QA&index=3&list=PLkLMg_E_YD64Uw_ZpyGS9oHLeLdfYCn4V
Sly, Cynthia & Jerry talk about Sly's DJ days: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOG2GZFcKFs
He also sang along with records (even after they ended!) and recorded his own jingle:
"Sly Stone is my name.
Playing records is my game.
A little bit different every night.
Always out of sight!...
...You will have to move
You'll be in the groove..."
(Sorry, couldn't find a clip of this 1966 jingle!)
He also worked as a staff record producer for Autumn Records, producing for San Francisco-area bands such as The Beau Brummels, The Mojo Men, Bobby Freeman, and Grace Slick's first band, the Great Society. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sly_Stone
All this preceded the Family Stone. Truly a genius and, IMHO, a waste of his later life.
Yeah, I have this in "The Woodstock Chronicles" (or something like that)....this performance gives me goosebumps...
I remember seeing the TV version of Helter Skelter...Steve Railsback played Manson and the likeness to Manson was incredible...I remember at the time being so angry that he was using the Beatles as an excuse for his actions...for a TV movie it very dramatic for the time it was produced..Charles Manson auditioned for "The Monkees."
Davy Jones actually admitted he started the RUMOR sometime after the Tate-LaBianca Murders, jokingly telling a reporter Manson auditioned for a role on "The Monkees."
Manson had a lot of connections to the 1960s music scene, even living for a time with Beach Boys member Dennis Wilson, so the lie gained widespread acceptance. In truth, Manson was in prison during the time the show was auditioning, so he couldn't have been there.
let us know if you happen to find it being aired again...i would love to see itFor those that like the Beatles there is an interesting 1 hour show that aired on the History Channel in 2009 entitled The Beatles On Record...I have it on my HD DVR and it's priceless...it's an indepth look at the Beatles during the recording sessions at Abbey Road as seen thru the eyes and words of the Beatles and George Martin....if you ever get a chance to see it... do so...you won't regret it...I've seen paperback's with that title but never any video release..if one exists I would buy it because sooner or later I will lose it on my DVR...