Music that moves us.


Arabesque — Estes Park, CO (10/25/80)

Arabesque – “a little bit Django, a little bit Dawg.” I gave this a listen a while back and fell in love with it. Beautiful music that’s 30+ years old. To put it in perspective, when they’re playing Norwegian Wood on this recording, John Lennon was still alive and well in NYC. Check it out and let me know what you think…

Minor Swing
March of the Siamese Children
Blue Bossa
Some Dark Hollow
Norwegian Wood
Stockton Blues
Take the A Train
Nine Pound Hammer
I Got Rhythm



Last night was DiSGRACeful…

Set One
1. Shoot First >
2. Tailspin
3. That Country Tune
4. Downward Facing Dog
5. Akimbo
6. Recreational Chemistry
Set Two
1. Banter
2. Lazarus
3. She
4. Deep this Time
5. Dead Flowers
6. Jazz Wank
7. Rebubula
1. Crowd
2. Letter Home
3. I’m Fixing a Hole


The Wood Bros. — “Chocolate On My Tongue”

Tallest Man On Earth — Tiny Desk Concert

The Ragbirds — “Tarantella”

One of our favorite “new to us” artists at Summer Camp ’10 was Ann Arbor’s Ragbirds. Such beauty, grace and soul.

Al DiMeola, John McLaughlin and Paco DeLucia — “Mediterranean Sundance”

This album is amongst my favorites of all time and a true “desert island” disc. Enjoy.

Elvis Perkins in Dearland — “Shampoo”