Music for Ebb
Music for Ebb
There’s a lot going on in the world, and more particularly with my Critters and Zoosters. Too much happening, and time passing too quickly.
This is our daily open thread — Breathe
Yeah, I know! I just did an Adele post a couple weeks ago! But it’s different now, because her new album, 25, is out. This means the whole world is a different place now, which calls for another Adele post.
Too over the top…? Whatever, dude! At least I didn’t pull a cringe-worthy Wasilla Grifter stunt. Ugh.
This is our daily open thread — I missed music night, so post your tunes!
Posted without comment, in remembrance and support of the victims of terrorism.
Oh gawd, she’s back.
Our badmoodman will be so pleased. ;)
This is our daily open thread — Post your favorite music, Zoosters
Apologize for last week’s stumble.
Paul Siebel cut two albums (Woodsmoke and Oranges and Jack-knife Gypsy) in the early 70’s and then pretty much disappeared from the music scene.
The two albums made him a musician’s musician. His songs were covered by, among others, David Bromberg, Willy DeVille, Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Jerry Jeff Walker, Kate Wolf, Mary McCaslin, Emmylou Harris, Waylon Jennings, and Leo Kottke, but songwriter Paul Siebel remained unknown to the larger public. (Wikipedia)
He was located upstate New York a dozen years ago working as a bread baker, and later as an employee of the county parks system. A talent deserving a better fate.