The Derek Trucks Band – Key To The Highway.
What’s on your mind tonight?
ZED IS DEAD?
Suz, I love me some Derek Trucks. Thanks!
Zed’s dead, baby. Zed’s dead.
You are the shiznet.
ll, since i featured his wife tue nite, i figured he was due some equal time.
derek rocks, hard.
That he does, for sure. Unfortunately I missed the Tedeschi thread because of work, but I saw it while skimming by the lake on my break later that day ;-)
blowing on nails and then buffing them on my sweater
my pleasure dood
thanks for the digg and for opening it neuro
“My Darlin’ New Orleans”
Leigh Harris- the great New Orleans diva waling on a tune for the forgotten city.
It always makes me want to second line…
This song is more apropos for the last thread, but a great one nonetheless
Ray Charles – Hard Times
hey azureblue1 – gotta link for that?
I love that slide geetar action and he does it very well.
Dare I say, Dirty Boogie?
Yes I do.
God DAMN that boy tears it up!
if ya get a chance (there is no utube for it) check out his slide work on worried down with the blues from his allman days.
So Suz, how are things up there in coastal Oregon? I know you must be still lovin’ life in the new digs :-)
Doesn’t he though?
i just checked my itunes and its on the one way out cd
oh yeah.. lotsa eye candy – been taking pictures and putting them up over at my place. i’m loving it ll
How old is this guy?
Sheeeit, Playing with Ray Charles in 90?
he was in what i guess would be called 3rd generation of allmans, with warren hayes.
that wasn’t derek playing with ray charles busted
Oh my, yes — I’ve been remiss lately and haven’t been by your place. Just checked it out, and wow — those sunsets are killer…
Dugg your digg Neuro!
Evening Suz and late late nite Pups!
Musta been hearing things, RE: Ray Charles.
Suzanne, you’ve done iy again! Great band, great song. How come I’ve never heard of these guys?
here is a great cut of dreams that features derek
I am a little behind on my music listening. I am now playing the entire David Byrne & Brian Eno album that was posted last nite. Only heard a couple of the songs then.
hey sophie and nahant
sophie, you’ve heard em just didn’t know the name :)
i’m still pinching myself ll *g*
Very talented musicians, and the singer, wow, what a voice!
Oh! Suzanne these are beautiful! I so miss the water. I used to have on FB the mention: “I miss the sea.”
Here’s some Lightnin’ Hopkins for y’all
No doubt! I could easily assimilate in a place like that :-)
Hey Christine! Is your Lalique, Faberge exhibit still rockin?
i think the bay is better than the ocean – i can hear the roar of the surf hitting the spit across the bay but watching the bay waters as the tide comes and go and all the birds (not to mention the folks out in their waders doing crabbing and clamming at low tide). its calmer and very peaceful.
It is, and we anticipate thousands of visitors the day after Thanksgiving, the traditional jumbo visitor day of the year (what AM I going to do with Aunt and Uncle Lou…?).
oh yeah – check out some of their other utubes – like this one
Here ya go Suze, this guy has some serious skillz.
I am outta here till tomorrow, gnite y’all.
Don’t they like museums?
That reminds me of all the summers we spent on the Chesapeake Bay as kids. It was safe, and peaceful, and we had a blast every year.
g’nite busted and thanks
I agree, the bay is so interesting. We spent our childhood on the Indian River, DE, watching and catching little blue crabs and sea life. It is the inspiration of my love of decorative arts — the sea and all the life it offers. Tides ruled my childhood, the ebb and flow of life on the planet. My Dad used to take us crabbing on one of the old “floating porches” on the Indian River, just left of the Atlantic.
BTW, 59 days, pass it on.
Actually, they do. But I do encounter some visitors herded there by relatives. I spend time in the galleries almost every lunch hour, and have some very interesting discussions with visitors.
Peace and sweet dreams…
Just boppin in cuz I saw the artist, and the song and well . . .
Good lord, ya thank the boy learnt from his daddy, the Alman’s, Eric, Delaney And Bonnie, and a hundred others?
Dang he’s good . . . . he just could NOT have been around when Dwane was pickin, but he’s got Dwayne and a hundred others slide work down cold. . . . and he finger picks it, without picks.
Toi Caldwell . . . Lindsey Buckingham . . . some of Clapton’s work, even some early Bloomfield (yes, Bloomfield played slide work, some with a finger pick some without any picks go look it up ya naysayers).
Masterful work, a classic tune, and well, well done by Derek and you too, Suz!!! *G*
Hunker down, gal, it’s gotta be wet and cold up there by now, I keep watching the PAC Jet Stream and thinking of yew . . . well, I got kin north of ya in WA, Bellingam or so, too . . . . *G*
Hi Chris! Parallels, there. We went to a place in Kilmarnock, VA on Indian Creek, just off the bay. Heaven.
Smell the pine needles?
I lived in Northern Virginia for a couple of years and I would take the train into D.C. on at least one or two Saturdays a month and hang out at the National Gallery of Art. It was heavenly. One of my favorite places in D.C.
btw, the derek trucks band is touring – if ya click on their name in the post it takes ya to their site where you can check to see if they are gonna be in your area.
Yes indeed :-)
*waving to sophie*
I’m in Northern VA
hey larue – thought ya might like this one (laughing)
i’m warm and toasty – gotta fire going (hell, i gotta fire going all the time) and its 42 outside and 66 inside. i’m enjoying the rain – got 1/2″ today.
I also knew a man with a 42 foot Hans Christian sailboat who used to take me out on the Chesapeake Bay, wonderful times…..
Yes, but Suz is Ichiban!!! Ding How!
Number One. *G*
Very cool. I really loved it there. I lived near the Huntington Metro Station. Hung out in Old Town.
domo arrigado, sensei
The National Gallery is a National Treasure. And I have a boyfriend there who supplies our curators with a ton of library resources. This is one government agency that we can be proud of, and I love them.
Ya left out the black berets, the black turtleneck long sleeved sweaters, the plastic sun glasses, and the SNAP SNAP of the finger poppin that accords a proper Zed burial.
Crazy man, just crazzzzy . . . ;-)
You had the best of both worlds there, right at the Metro and being close to Old Town and DC :-)
I’m way the hell out by Leesburg, but it’s not too far for some forays to the “big city”
Leesburg is very pretty though, I think I spent part of a Christmas Eve there once, after a Company party…very long story….
Send me email about Tues nite, the wife, yadda yadda . . . if ya got time while yer hunkered down sippin all that hot mulled wine (need a recipe?) and terrorizin the toobz!! Who’d he marry? Was it Bekka Bramlett? NO!!!
OK, now I’m killin ya, and I’m killin myself . . . lemme know the troot . . . LOLOLOL
They really do an amazing job. I used to travel alot for business and I would always take some time to hit the art museums. I think the National was my favorite.
Ahem, I think that you are a girl I know…
lol! Well I hope you spent it somewhere nice like Lightfoot or Tuscarora Mill…
Leesburg really is a nice little town.
Just don’t tell anyone the whole story…
I wish that I could tell you….
Hey, my youthful life of debauchery was no joke! :-)
larue – i don’t have a wife and tuesday nite i was here (laughing)
derek is married to susan tedeschi, who i front paged tues
Wow, I’m really bad to be up this late when I have to get up in five hours. It was almost snowing here tonight. My adult son is in town for a whole week and my daughter from NYC will soon join us for Thanksgiving. Hey Pups! And great music. Did you all see the celebration of James Taylor last night?
I love JT, I missed it…
Chris, I shouldn’t be up this late either — but hey, I’m off for the next three. Planning to chill this weekend and enjoy myself, and do a little baking.
Et, moi aussi!
Hey Pups I finally updated my Solar installation diary. They are not done yet but we are getting closer to the day when we will be generating our own power!
I have pretty much all of his CD’s. I only got to see him in Concert once though.
5 hours? are ya waiting up to see if it does snow?
What are you going to be baking?
I miss all that, and Dicky Betts, too . . . . saw THEM, just after Dwayne died, in ‘72 or so at The Palace Of The Cows, New Years Eve . . . damn what a show that was . . . . . only time I saw them.
Glad it was then. They still did all the great songs, and Greg Alman stuck around for a whole set, too!!! LOL
After midnight, it seemed like the entire Bay Area joined them on stage . . . including Van Morrison on sax, Boz Scaggs on git, The Fat Man hisself with Bobby Weir, and parts of the other bands for the night which included Marshall Tucker (yep, Toi Caldwell) and Charlie Daniels Band. And yeah, the TOWER OF POWER horns somehow fit in there, too . . . .
Now, that could been ‘73 OR ‘72 . . . but it was the Cow Palace, and it was righteous. Dream I’ll Never See, Elizabeth Reed (damn that was a song!) . . . and all the others including an hour long Mountain Jam.
Show over at 3am or later . . . incredible. Sigh. Thanks for the memory thwack, Suz!!! *G*
sweet, recommended dood
Never in concert, but Mr. CE and I watched this last night and sighed about forty times.
Well we’re having a Thanksgiving dinner at work on Monday, and I committed to some desserts — will do a bunch of cookies of some kind, and probably some pound cakes.
What station was it on?
They will kick my ass tomorrow.
Thanks Suz & Sophie… Dam I forgot to link to the pictures!!BRB!!
Hey nahant, that’s great about your solar installation!
Very sweet! :-)
I don’t know. Mr. CE has the Commander so I’m always adrift.
larue, i so wish i cudda seen that concert at the palace of cows. *deep sigh*
Whew Pictures now available!
Something like pictures at eleven!!
then go to sleep christine e (pointing that way)
don’t make me stop this blog (laughing)
Suz, what a nice and laid-back thread tonight — thank you!
((( Suz )))
You’re a good woman, letting the man have the Commander…
Here’s the Digg for your Solar Installation Update, nahant!
Thanks LL. I see you are near Leesburg.. When I worked for Xerox I went to classes at their training center there in Leesburg. I some great times when we had time off.
my pleasure ll ((( )))
dugg the digg for nahant neuro – thanks for opening it
Nice pictures, glad to see the furry member of the family has the crew on a tight leash…:-)
Goodnight Pups,and may we meet again at Late Nite.
Know he’s done gone beddy by, but Busted, you invoke that great shit and I gotta add Roy Rogers.
Here he is doing another version that Butterfield covered long ago:
Roy Rogers plays slide! *G*
Thanks Neuro!! (:>)) We can’t wait for it to be completed! I am looking forward to watching the meter counting backwards(:>))
g’nite christine e
a pleasure to be of service
Peace and sweet dreams CE…
Oh yeah Tucker runs a tight ship!! The Crew loved him and always had to say hello!
Yep nahant, except that the training center is gone — it’s now known as Lansdowne, a whole new resort area. Imagine, a resort area out here!
Sweet dreams Chris!
Well you can tell by looking at him that he commands respect.
NO! (my best Rowan voice, not Peter) I didn’t know thaaaaatt!!! :shock:
Dang. And she played Berry Fest not so long ago, too . . . dang . . .
Hoo boy, very late here, so I’ll say good night. Thanks again Suz, and good night everyone :-)
I apologize for doing a quick drive-by without reading other people’s comments,…but, here’s what’s on my mind.
I was reading a post at DailyKos about the 25 most censored stories of the year. Except the # 24 story was censored because it dealt with 9/11 alternate theories published by the Japanese. The diarist had to pull the # 24 link. I actually noticed it before I got to Updates because #24 was missing.
I’m wondering…is it just my perception or is there a resistance on many proggresive blogs to explore the hands-on science evidence available to any citizen willing to ask?
What’s that all about?
Do I have the banning of #24 on DKos wrong?
hey openhope – i don’t know what the policies are over at the great orange place are – i’m not a kossack – just a laker.
Peace and sweet dreams LL.
No you don’t have it wrong. Marcos will not tolerate any of what he refers to as unacceptable, crazy ideas about 9/11 consipracies.
To you as well Sophie…namaste
I get the impression that he thinks it is unpatriotic to question such things. He also doesn’t want Kos to become a conspiracy site.
I’m not a Kossak either. Too many folks over there and it gets a little heated and nasty sometimes. The Lake is waaaayyyyy better.
He doesn’t. I used to spend a lot of time there, and no matter how cogent the majority of commenters tried to be, those threads became unmanageable clusterfucks. It happened multiple times a day. It was pretty awful.
Yup. I sometimes go over and read some things. It often gets crazy.
yeap – that was my understanding of it – and it seems that they quickly erupt into flame wars
The Lake can get rough at times but no matter it is way better than KOS all day long!
Beside you never get anyone diving in like you do here… Right Suz!! I don’t think you been diving much Suz… too cold fer ya???
They are! I’ve been forgetting to go visit too.
It seems the folks that have been there a long time resent “newbies” and jump on them pretty hard at any perceived misstep in protocol, grammar, spelling….
I’m pretty new here, but although people may disagree, I have never seen anyone “destroy” someone they didn’t agree with. Much more civil.
dood, its almost forking turkey day – you know i don’t dive when it gets this cold
Thanks, I thought that odd. Especially with my views on censorship. Not good. And worse in the face of science. As presented by architects,engineers, investigative journalists,et.al.
Kind of like dinosaurs and beautiful white people roaming the Earth together. And not “marrying” their siblings. Or maybe marrying their siblings. Who is Mrs. Cain?
we try to be very welcoming to de-lurkers and newbies.
i was a newbie and finally got up my courage to make a comment and received a very warm welcome from mrs k8. i’ve tried to play that forward ever since.
How do they explain Adam + Eve = 6 billion people…?
Very nice, we newbies appreciate the hospitality.
Much more civil.
Much more civil.
Ti’s the biggest reason I stay at the Lake. We do disagree but we also act like adults… Well most of the time(:>)) And this is more like hanging out with a bunch of friends who care about one another.. because we all do care!!
Science and discussion of theories is one thing. But a lot of ‘truthers’ were looking for threads to disrupt, seizing on any comment on another topic to divert the conversation.
Churchill was right: A fanatic is someone who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject.”
That’s what I was referring to.
Gee, where have we seen THAT stuff . . . in the blogs . . . all over . . . LOL
Kinda typical for the growth . . . if a blog is to grow, someday they HAVE to deal with it.
The Lake ain’t perfect, but it’s main posters are usually spot on, and those who comment, they are good, too.
Some, however, are about as cynical and discordant as I was in my teens.
And I’m guessin, they is in their 60’s and 70’s. Frumpy and grumpy, too . . afeared of change.
All the while advocating they are liberals and progressives, but afraid of change. *G*
And with that, I’m snoozed . . . thanks Suz . . . you da best!!! *G*
And you do it very aptly Suz(:>)) You always give newbies a nice and warm welcome!
That is totally my impression. I especially like late late night :-)
Brrrrr!!! Got your Turkey yet?
Peace and sweet dreams.
am headed up the coast to seaside for turkey day. the bride and groom will be with the groom’s family at the vacation rental they spend every turkey day at and i’m invited :)
not getting a turkey this year. it takes me a forking week to eat a chicken – i don’t even wanna think how long it would take me to eat a forking turkey. token likes turkey but he’s pretty small yanno.
I mean seriously, there had to be some pretty un-Christian stuff going on….
Big Orange is way too crowded, busy, hectic, manic, chaotic for me. I will go there to read (and perhaps recommend) a diary if someone mentions it here and it sounds interesting. But I do not go there to get the latest news like I do here, and the comments are simply absurd, far too many and too fast to appreciate.
I like it here. :)
Sounds very nice.
i hope i come home with a huge *ahem* doggie bag. that’s the only down side to going elsewhere for turkey day – no leftovers
Seaside is where Tucker’s parents live!! Tell them he says hello they are at Jean’s Boarding Kennel on Hamlet Road. Jean is a great breeder and will turn prospective adopters if she doesn’t get the right vibes from them. My eldest son’s Malti-Pooh also comes from there.
I do Thanksgiving at my house every year for some family, friends and any “orphans” I may come across, and I always make way more than necessary so that everyone who wants, gets a doggie bag to take home. Leftover Thanksgiving stuff are the best leftovers.
You can always buy some cut up turkey peices like legs, thighs, wings and my favorite Breasts!
1,833 DAYZ AND THE KILLIN’ GOEZ ON AND ON AND…
Citizen Suzanne and the Firepup Freedom Fighters:
Toss another log on the fire and keep those good ol’ fashioned blues comin’ we’re finishin’ the last a four in a row (I’m too old fer this shit) so I’m even more cranky’n I normally am.
Even though I might be called an optimist, I really think that by the time Obama takes office the conditions in this country will have deteriorated so far right in front of the corporate media and the ‘merican people, that there will be no time or place anymore for the rightwing bullshit that has gotten us here. The “conservative” small government, regressive taxation, racist and super nationalist ideology of the last 150 years is bein’ discredited every hour on the 24 hour breathless news staions.
We are gunna be a different country by January if only self-consciously poorer…but before this new year is out we’re gunna be a lot different politically and culturally too. We gunna have a “rebirth of freedom” whether we like it er not and this time those bastards that don’t jump outta skyscappers or OD on Black Label are gunna go ta fuckin’ jail…Leavenworth should be full by this time next year.
KEEP THE FAITH AND PASS THE AMMUNITION, THE NEXT BATTLE HAS STARTED!!
I agree completely. But being an applied-science person, the logistical science available is out there. No theory other than the evidence. Period.
It’s not my place to say who and why. It’s my duty to look at the scientific evidence and support the families of the victims and the rescue workers in their quest for the truth.
A cover-up is a cover-up is a cover-up.
We swap with the sister in-law and it her turn this year! But we will cook a Turkey for us and yes I will be figuring out just how many ways I can use the left overs and come up with something different so we don’t get completely sick of turkey… variety after all is the spice of life!!
i love plates late that nite that are pretty much the entire turkey day dinner :)
there is much to be said for a turkey, dressing and cranberry sauce sandwich on a late november evening.
aint it the truth…
i always make turkey rice soup outta the carcas – baby girl’s first year in utah, i froze some and fed ex’d it to her… she said it was the best dang turkey rice soup she has ever had (and she used to bitch about oh no not more turkey rice soup)
Turkey Chili is a great way to use leftover turkey. It has a totally different taste than Thanksgiving dinner, so you don’t feel so sick of it.
I have seen some videos and they sure do look funny as the building collapses sure reminds me of controlled demolition, I am no expert but I have seen enough such videos to make me wonder about building 7(?) collapse.
With lots of home made gravy mmmmmmmmm good with a little cranberry sauce on the side!
And don’t forget the pie!! Left over pie with coffee the morning after…!
and hot open faced turkey gravy sandwiches
I made the front page here wuthout even trying. Cool.
Too bad I was at work when the Oxdown Diary thread went up this evening. I might have been able to answer some questions.
As soon as I get the woodstove going in the shop, I’ll be back….
Did some one mention chili?? Dam I am Jonesing to make my chili again!! Haven’t made any since Suz’s Pod party!
There are lots of inconsistencies. I saw interviews with some of the widows who were investigating. Very interesting.
If I take your meaning correctly, the challenges facing this country by the time President Obama settles into the White House will be so great and profound that the majority of Americans will have neither the time nor the patience for the right wing craziness that will attempt to obstruct his administration at every turn, and he will have the power of the people behind him as he takes dramatic measures to deal with these challenges, much as FDR did. The limpbrains and the oreallys will get little traction as they attempt to block progress for their selfish ends. But this will require us to stay active and support our president, and not get bogged down in petty squabbles over marginal differences in positions.
Do I have that sort of right?
Chili is one of the major food groups!
I say pie, pie and more pie.
Unlike turkey, you can never have too much pie.
Oh, and it has been a lifetime project for me to convince those who I love and hold dear that pecan pie is the perfect Thanksgiving pie, and while others are welcome to their pumpkin and mincemeat, a pecan pie at the Thanksgiving table is pretty much as essential as the turkey.
I am very serious about pecan pie, it is my favorite. Now I’m really craving something sweet…
neuro, the bride is making pecan pie – using my recipe. its actually the recipe on the back of karo syrup jar but with double the amount of pecans.
a must have on turkey day in my family – made it that way by making the pie every year.
Except for the people going to jail part. Man, I hope it’s the ugly haters going to jail.
Others in my family who favor pumpkin pie like to have a squiggle of whipped cream on top, and I have found that this goes well with my pecan pie. Also.
I’m with you there.
YEP at least hopefully! They sure selfish bastards they only want to give breaks to the rich and tell the rest of us to go pound sand. Well it is their turn, but I hope they bury their heads in the sand and never pull them out.. tightwads(:>(( If it didn’t so many middle class people I would be wishing for a complete melt down of Wall street so the rich would loose all their money and end up on welfare… turn around is fair!
I just loved watching Teddy Kennedy giving the rethuglians hell last year on the minimum wage issue. He said it just the way it truly is for them, then and still now! Bastards!
No No No Hot Apple Pie with Vanilla ice cream on top…mmmmmmmmm
Dam and I have all the ingredients to make one… just have to get up the gumption to do it… Just like my solar update.. a little blog whoring here(:>))
pass the ammunition, nahant.
Yes, chocolate is one of life’s little necessities. I always have some in the house, but I won’t waste calories on cheap chocolate, it has to be quality 60-70% dark chocolate….
I am heading that way also Tucker is going to his beauty parlor in the morning and it is my turn to get him ther before 8am or..
So nite Pups and do Sleep well! it won’t be long before we can say president Obama(:>))
Peace and sweet dreams neuro…
g’nite nahant (and tucker)
from Belgium, mmmmmmm
Peace and sweet dreams nahant and may Tucker’s new do be done right!
Belgium is very good. I usually get a bar of Callebaut at Trader Joes.
Well, goodnight all.
This talk of Thanksgiving has me thinking of stuffed celery appetizers now. Heavy garlic salt/cream cheese. An old family favorite that got lost in the shuffle years ago. Somewhere with the pitcher of iced gimlets. Whoa! Those were awesome, too!
Peace and sweet dreams openhope.
g’nite openhope – don’t forget the deviled eggs
Right as rain, there Citizen…there’s nuthin like a good depression ta get politics real again!
Brownies made from scratch with really good chocolate…chewy, chocolaty, rich….
That’s an ominous truth. 3 or 4 generations in the future, will they appreciate how this happened? That’s our job, too.
Damn straight. We need to make certain that history gets this story straight. The culprits need to be immortalized. We can’t let them do a re-write.
time for me to head out pups. g’nite all and thanks for hanging out with me tonight.
hiya, Suzanne. Got the fire going in the wood stove. Strider is happy. Plus 5 F, no wind…
Peace and sweet dreams Suzanne, you are the best!
Read your diary earlie ET, very nice. Great reading.
i look forward to trading wind stories with ya this winter et.
with chilli, mmmmmmmmm
try it sometime, seen in “Chocolate” the movie.
A little spicy chocolate, hmmmm.
I’m sorry, Suzanne, but somewhere in the 3,000 hours Ms ET and I put into this 2008 campaign I missed your moving. Did you move? Where to?
You are so right…I have spent the last 35 years of my life pushin’ against the wall of ignorance that has been justified by the term “future shock”. What I mean by that is the disarticulation of two whole generations from their immediate history. I taught for a very short time as a grad student in an Eastern college and I was horrified by the willful ignorance of the college students about their political and economic history…in 1975-76 the Viet Nam War was a chapter in the text we were usin for freshman contemporary American history and no one saw Watergate as the attempted coup that it was or as the shot that killed politics for the next generation.
The kids who are gunna hafta deal with this mess will now hafta relearn what their grandparents fought to give ‘em in the 30’s.
We might have to try that. My new wife decided she wants to cook a turkey just for the two of us, AND she wants to go to the Thanksgiving Dinner at church. Looks like I’ll be eating lots of turkey next week.
Bob in HI
Suzanne went nite nite. She moved to the Oregon coast.
Yup. A lot of people make Turkey Soup with the leftovers, but it tastes so much like the turkey dinner that spawned it. Chili is the way to go.
Cool. Do you know where? I’m so embarrassed.
I forget the name of the town, now I’m embarrassed :-)
Morning all. Just awoke to silence… huge snowflakes falling on my newly planted pansy pots. Lovely.
I do know that she loves it there though.
Tillamook, wasn’t it?
Like Schultz from Hogan’s Heroes, I know nothing…
Peace and sweet dreams newtonusr….
Awesome. I’ve spent a lot of time there, at a family roller hockey tournament at Manzanita. My favorite town around there is Garibaldi.
Have you seen Sarah Palin’s latest news interview where she pardoned the turkey while its brethren were being butchered in the background? It was pretty awful. I think God is trying to tell Sarah something….
Citizen Edward Teller:
It seems that Mrs. Palin ain’t gettin’ a real rousin’ welcome home from folks up yer way…are the oil boys and the movers and shakers in the Republican establishment gunna bounce her ass before she takes ‘em down with ‘er?
Yep, first snow. Been colder than (obscenity deleted) here. Have a new energy efficient furnace – efficiently keeping me uncomfortable. Yesterday was layer investment day. New longhandles!
Hilarious. That woman’s got style.
Time for hot cocoa.
She’s got something alright….
or hot buttered rum, or kahlua and coffee…
Citizen Norske and Citizen sophiehunter:
The turkeys and the Dodo…
You just can’t keep your eyes off of the poor flailing turkey in the background, Sarah sounds like a teacher in a Charlie Brown special, “Wha wha wha…..
Make mine the kahlua and coffee, please. Jamaican blue mountain if you happen to have some handy *g*
Being sent right on over.
Always get here when Dandy Don is singing. Oh well. I’m gonna toss this in anyway. Found it about a year or so back. Don’t know if it’s old news around here, but I know I never linked this. So…
Great video, thanks!
I saw this kid with Eric Clapton and was blown away. The old master has
Trucks and Doyle Bramhall doing some of the heavy lifting at his concerts now. The proteges are awesome. Great video.
He is the nephew of Butch Trucks from the Allman Brothers.
i like all the flute they use -kind of brings a trippy early 1970s quality
and that cover of my favorite things is to die for
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