February 12, 2017

The Ferryman's Fee by Alex Archibald

December 17, 2016

Links to go dark in March

Hi Scott,

We’re always looking to improve the Dropbox sharing experience. The Public folder was the first sharing method we introduced, and since then, we’ve built even better ways for you to share securely and work together with your team.

As a result, we’ll soon be ending support for the Public folder. Dropbox Basic users will be able to use the Public folder until March 15, 2017. After that date the files in your Public folder will become private, and links to these files will be deactivated. Your files will remain safe in Dropbox.

If you’d like to keep sharing files in your Public folder, you can create new shared links. Just make sure to send the new URLs to your collaborators.

In addition to shared links, we have a number of sharing options designed to make collaboration easier and give you more control. 

Hi all,

This does not improve my sharing experience, nor yours. Unfortunately I am very very busy with the job and I don't have time to create all new links. This has been a frustrating part of this blog through the years. This will be the forth time that all the links on the blog have gone dead. There's just too much going on these days for me to commit to update them all. Certainly something I would like to get done but at the moment there is no light at the end of the tunnel.

November 6, 2016

Big Head Blues Club - Songs of Willie Dixon

Big Head Todd has a brand new album “Way Down Inside”.

BHT are joined on tour by the same blues legends that are featured on the album. This includes Mud Morganfield, Billy Branch, Ronnie Baker Brooks, and Erica Brown all collaborating to play the songs of Willie Dixon. So it's a little late to make the tour, it's nearly over but I feel compelled to still post. I went to the Denver show and it was pure joy. If you can get to one of these final dates, do it.

Big Head Todd and the Monsters clearly have a love and respect for those old blues that birthed so many great genres. Mud Morganfield will freak you out when he opens his mouth to sing, it's like his father is channeled through him. And I have a particular like for the playing of Ronnie Baker Brooks, his depth and touch are rare and not to be missed in a live setting.

Ronnie Baker Brooks takes the lead and vocals on this beauty and drew a standing ovation in the middle of the Denver show. Check it.

October 1, 2016

Two Trains Runnin'

Thanks the Delta-Slider friend Ralph, he has alerted me to a documentary "about the civil rights movement and blues loving college kids descending on Mississippi in 1964...Son House and Skip James are the main musical focus...Fahey's "Sunflower River Blues" and "Hawaiian Two-Step" are highlighted, as well as readings from Fahey's "How Bluegrass Music Destroyed My Life"!!!"  Plus interviews with Ed Denson and Gayle Dean Wardlow.


August 20, 2016

July 10, 2016

A Jack Rose Flood of Vinyl is on its Way

Do you need to up your Rose collection? Well lucky you, some of this hard to find stuff is coming back...

May 23, 2016

May 22, 2016

Bad Spirits by Jack Wirth

May 21, 2016

Saint Francis River Basin by Marcus Eads