Advice King tells Jerry from Santa Clarita to date a public defender, and that 60 percent of Americans are part-time baristas.
Stevie Nicks with some backup jumps into an impromptu rendition of her single “Wild Heart” during a Rolling Stone photo shoot sometime around 1982. Nicks released the single in 1983 on her second solo album “The Wild Heart.”
It’s a good time to be a populist authoritarian—in the Western world, politicians who pledge to govern this way are gaining strength, and Donald Trump is hardly an exception. So, what kinds of populist and authoritarian leanings does he have? Atlantic staff writer Uri Friedman goes through the checklist in this video. Claiming to exclusively embody the will of the people rather than the establishment? Trump does that. Favoring harsh measures to protect the homeland against external threats? He does that, too. However, the United States is one of the oldest democracies in the world. Will the nation’s … Read More »
Documentary about Chicago Blues and the migrating black community that brought it there. Made in 1972 the political tensions of the late 60s are still a pervasive presence but it makes for an edgy and atmospheric portrayal of the era and the music. With Muddy Waters, Johnnie Lewis, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, J.B. Hutto, Junior Wells, Floyd Jones.. (Source: MrFataliste)
Robbie Robertson talks on The House of Blues Radio Hour about heading into Helena, Arkansas with bandmate Levon Helm to meet and spend time with Sonny Boy Williamson. In telling the story, Robertson uses language (in context) that may be offensive to some. (Source: The Blues Mobile Video)
**Extra – Sonny Boy Williamson playing “Keep it To Yourself.”
Black Sabbath were filmed live at L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix in Paris performing songs from the first album and Paranoid on 20 December 1970.
0) Show intro / setting up for concert
2) Hand of Doom
3) Iron Man
4) Black Sabbath
6) Behind the Wall of Sleep
7) War Pigs
8) Fairies Wear Boots
Margo Price speaks with Terry Lickona about her debut record and the artists who’ve inspired her. Our episode featuring Margo Price and Hayes Carll aired January 21, 2016 on PBS. (Source: Austin City Limits)