Beck the ever inventive, wild, crazy feller teaming with Wayne Coyne and “the Lips”.
Good ole Jer’. This show brings a smile to my face. Jerry getting funky with some horns.
Recorded for German television. 02-16-97 Wartesaal, Koln, Germany 1: Beauty of My Dreams*, Split Open and Melt, Bouncing Around the Room, Crosseyed and Painless, Guelah Papyrus, Ginseng Sullivan, Tweezer, Waste, Cavern, Chalk Dust Torture 2: Sample in a Jar, Cars Trucks Buses, Free, Sparkle, Simple-> When the Circus Comes, Swept Away-> Steep-> David Bowie, Loving Cup, Tweezer Reprise E: Theme From the Bottom, Johnny B. Goode DOWNLOAD HERE
One of my favorite moe. shows that I attended. I went with two of my best friends and we stayed up like adults do. Late. Real late.
Apparently the city of Asheville had an outbreak of hepatitis this fall, as you will hear the band joke about in the download. Enjoy: moe. 10/3/03 .
Legendary pairing recorded from over 50 years ago available for download.
Here is a Miles show from 11/06/1967 with his quintet featuring: Herbie Hancock on piano, Ron Carter on bass, Wayne Shorter on Sax, Tony Williams on drums and of course, Miles on trumpet.
01. ‘Round Midnight
02. No Blues
04. I Fall in Love Too Easily
07. On Green Dolphin Street
08. The Theme