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Lotus In The Bliss

Posted by Spoonypony on YouTube. Not sure how I got to this video, but I dig. Good stuff, man.

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They Said What??

Taken from The Floor,

Drinks turned into multiple drinks,” recalls Bayliss. “You know when you wake up the next day after a night of drinking and you can’t really remember what happened, but you know something stupid happened? You’re swimming in remorse and then it hits you. Apparently I had fallen and hit my head and Huey picked me up and carried me to bed and tucked me in. I woke up the next morning with a knot on my head and said to myself ‘wait, did Huey Lewis tuck me in last night?’ I was that guy.

-Brendan Bayliss

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
Encore
1. Crowd
2. Letter Home
3. I’m Fixing a Hole

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Moon Taxi — “Common Ground”

Cool song form the Nashville–based quintet.

Phish’s Rift Promo video

You’ve gotta watch this. Great stuff! Ah, the early days… I must add I found this on PT.

Jimbo to be pardoned?

Well folks, Charlie Crist may be pardoning Jim Morrison after all. I know it would’ve made this man happy.

CNN.com

The charismatic but unpredictable lead singer of American rock band The Doors could be about to receive a posthumous pardon almost 40 years after being convicted of exposing himself on stage.
Jim Morrison had been performing with the band at a typically raucous concert at Miami’s Key Auditorium on March 1, 1969 when the incident took place. Reportedly drunk and slurring obscenities at the crowd, he was accused of unzipping his pants and simulating a sex act, a charge he denied.
Despite being acquitted of lascivious behavior and drunkenness, Morrison was convicted of indecent exposure and open profanity and sentenced to six months in jail. He was still appealing the verdict in 1971 when he died in Paris at the age of 27. (Continue reading…)