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Keith Richards -We Had It All

Rolling Stones Recorded June - October, 1979, never released. Features Keith Richards on Lead Vocals Rolling Stones Recorded June - October, 1979, never released. Features Keith Richards on Lead Vocals and Piano, Ron Wood On Pedal Steel Guitar, Harp by Sugar Blue. We Had It All (T Seals/D Fritts) I can hear the wind a blowin' in my mind Just the way it used to sound, through the Georgia pines You were there to answer when I called, yeah You and me we had it all Remember how I used to touch your hands While reachin' for the feeling that was always there You're the best thing in my life I can recall, oh You and me we had it all I know that we can never lives these times again So I'll let these dreams take me back to where we've been Then I stay there with you just as long as I can Oh, it was so good, yeah, it was so good Oh, it was so good, when I was your man And I never stop believin' your smile Even though it didn't stay, it was all worthwhile Yes, you're the best thing in my life I can recall, oh You and me we had it all You and me we had it all Length: 00:02:11

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All our past times

A song by Eric Patrick Clapton, (born 30 March 1945) and Richard Clare A song by Eric Patrick Clapton, (born 30 March 1945) and Richard Clare "Rick" Danko (December 29, 1942 -- December 10, 1999) performed on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco All our past times should be forgotten. All our past times should be erased. I don't care how much it costs; 'Cause I don't count the loss As long as I can see your face again. Length: 00:03:50

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The Band - Back To Memphis - Watkins Glen 1973 (REAL DEAL!)

Remember when Capitol released that garbage Remember when Capitol released that garbage "Live at the Watkins Glen" junk? Well this isn't from that, this is the REAL deal recorded on that legendary day. Thank god someone was smart enough to record and preserve this gem for us fans to hear. This is just simply amazing right from the start with the epic Bill Graham introduction. This was The Band at there finest, and may be there best show. Lets keep hoping a soundboard recording of this will be released, but in the mean time I will continue to share the highlights from this day. Length: 00:05:30

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Walk On By - The Story Of Popular Song (BBC Documentary 17/23)

Music from Big Pink is the 1968 debut album by rock band The Band. It features the well-known song, Music from Big Pink is the 1968 debut album by rock band The Band. It features the well-known song, "The Weight". The music was composed partly in 'Big Pink', a house shared by Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, and Garth Hudson in West Saugerties, in upstate New York. The album itself was recorded in studios in New York and Los Angeles in 1968. With a distinctive blend of country, rock, folk, classical, R&B, and soul, Music From Big Pink was the first album released by The Band in the summer of 1968. The album followed the band's backing of Bob Dylan on his 1966 tour (as The Hawks) and time spent together in upstate New York recording material that was officially released in 1975 as The Basement Tapes, also with Dylan. The initial critical reception to the album was positive, though sales were slim; Al Kooper's rave review of the LP in Rolling Stone helped to draw public attention to it. The fact that Bob Dylan co-wrote three songs on the album also attracted attention to the album. In 1968, "The Weight" peaked at #63 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart in the US. The song was a bigger hit elsewhere, peaking at #35 in Canada, and #21 in the UK. The album peaked at #30 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart in 1968, and then recharted as a #8 hit on the Top Internet Albums chart in 2000 (see 2000 in music). The song "The Weight" gained widespread popularity, due partially to its inclusion in the film Easy Rider, though it was omitted from the soundtrack due to licensing issues. A ... Length: 00:11:12

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The Last Waltz - It Makes No Difference uncut

The album version, not the edited one from the movie, which cuts one of Rick's verses and Robbie's s The album version, not the edited one from the movie, which cuts one of Rick's verses and Robbie's solo Length: 00:05:05

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The Band - Live in Tokyo '83 - I Shall Be Released

The Band featuring the Cate Brothers - Live in Tokyo, Japan - Sept. 1, 1983 - Part 16/22 The Band featuring the Cate Brothers - Live in Tokyo, Japan - Sept. 1, 1983 - Part 16/22 Length: 00:03:09

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Sassafras - Riding High

No copyright claim, against any audio or image content, is assumed in the publishing of this video. No copyright claim, against any audio or image content, is assumed in the publishing of this video. Copyright is owned by original artist or artists, or their legally appointed representatives. www.sassafras.org.uk from the 1976 Chrysalis albim "Riding High" CHR-1100 Sassafras was formed in Wales in 1972 by Terry Bennett (vocals), Dai Shell (guitar), Ralph Evans (guitar, vocals), Ricky John Holt (bass, vocals) and Robert Jones (drums). The group played their good-time rockin' boogie mostly in the shadow of Status Quo and Canned Heat. Released three critically lambasted albums, even having time to lay down their version of The Beatles "I Am The Walrus" on a Chrysalis set, Over The Rainbow - The Last Concert Live! (Also recorded a cover of Neil Young's "Ohio" on Wheelin' N' Dealin'.) 1976's Riding High LP includes a cover of the Rick Danko/ Bobby Charles song "Small Town Talk", also released as the A-side of a British 45 single the same year Length: 00:03:30

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Bobby Charles: Small Town Talk / Tennessee Blues

This video combines two songs from the eponymously titled album, This video combines two songs from the eponymously titled album, "Bobby Charles". The songs are 'Small Town Talk' and 'Tennessee Blues'. Pictured in the video are some of the session players from the album; they are also listed at the end of the video. The album (first released in 1972, reissued on CD in 1999) was co-produced by Charles, Rick Danko and John Simon. (above notes from Wikipedia). Stephen Thomas Erlewine writes, "The songs come on slow -- Street People, He's Got All the Whiskey, and Small Town Talk all slowly unwind -- but the slow build is friendly, welcoming you into the song. This isn't lazy music, but it takes its time and it's better for it; it's perfect music for a hot summer afternoon. It's a true hidden gem of blue-eyed soul, Southern R&B, and early '70s roots rock (and early-'70s singer/songwriterism, for that matter)." Bobby Charles - the album and the artist - stands the test of time. Note: If anyone objects to this video due to copryight issues, please make contact and it will be removed. Bobby Charles (February 21, 1938 -- January 14, 2010) was an American singer-songwriter. An ethnic Cajun, Charles was born as Robert Charles Guidry in Abbeville, Louisiana and grew up listening to Cajun music and the country and western music of Hank Williams. At the age of 15, he heard a performance by Fats Domino, an event that "changed my life forever," he recalled. Charles helped to pioneer the south Louisiana musical genre known as swamp pop. His ... Length: 00:06:49

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Raining In My Heart

This is my rendition of the popular song This is my rendition of the popular song "Raining In My Heart". "Raining in My Heart" is a popular rock and roll ballad recorded by Buddy Holly with the orchestral backing by Dick Jacobs. The music and lyrics are written by the songwriting team of Felice Bryant and Boudleaux Bryant. It was released as a single on Coral Records in 1959, peaking at #88 on the Billboard charts as the B-side of "It Doesn't Matter Anymore". This recording was included on Buddy Holly's first "greatest hits" compilation album titled The Buddy Holly Story that was released in March 1959. Length: 00:02:01

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