Just made it before Thanksgiving ended. Best laid plans, right? Studio meltdown at just the right time but all is again operational. Wishing that all have had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day. Consider this episode a bonus for letting us into your head in the first place. More from the Plant/Krauss album, something brand new from old pal James Deely and the legendary Dion, who has never made a record I didn’t eventually like, the blistering new album from Gov’t Mule gets us to classic Savoy Brown. Jah Wobble, Erin McKeown, The Professionals, Strand Of Oaks, and Kurt Elling are in the New Release Bin and Miles Davis completes the “Lost Trilogy” with perhaps his only live recording of a Herbie Hancock treasure with Herbie on stage with 30 days left before his Transition. We say a prayer for brilliant drummer Billy Conway of Morphine and discover another lost treasure as Meters’ guitarist Leo Nocentelli unearthed the genre shift Another Side, which was believed to have been destroyed by Katrina. With 4 years past we also remember Tommy Keene and so much more, including an 80th Birthday mini-tribute for Jesse Colin Young. Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for listening.
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