Here are all of darth_florist's jams.
by Tangerine Dream
I know it's been a few weeks since I've posted. However, I've recently learned that the mainstay of Tangerine Dream, Edgar Froese died of a pulmonary embolism on the 21st of January. As a tribute, I'm Jamming (IMO) one of his finest moments. R.I.P. Edgar
Jammed: 24th Jan 2015
The best track (IMO) from their debut album "Music in a Doll's House". The entire album is peppered with gems. Roger Chapman (along with Pavlov's Dog's David Surkamp) have the most distinctive voices in rock - bar none!
Jammed: 28th Oct 2014
by Jimi Hendrix
The best blues I have ever heard! I've never been much of a blues fan, but this blasts you into orbit around the Crab Nebula! Mitch Mitchell on drums, Stevie Winwood on Hammond organ and (I think) Noel Redding on Bass.
Jammed: 13th Oct 2014
by The Neutrons
The Neutrons were a spin-off from the magnificent Man band of South Wales. They were originally formed by the late Clive John when he left the Man Band, and (probably as a joke) first called them Iowerth Pritchard and the Neutrons! The band also had Will Youatt and Phil Ryan, who would all re-join Man.
Jammed: 6th Oct 2014
by Robin Williams
My first non-musical Jam (and it won't be the last). The full version of this, plus the stuff he did on "Mork & Mindy" is (in my view) the best he ever did. He was, first and foremost, a stand-up comedian - his improvisational skills were second to none. The acting was secondary, though it paid more. Na-nu, na-nu. R.I.P.
Jammed: 18th Aug 2014
by John Martyn
The version of this I posted before was from TOGWT, but THIS version is utterly brilliant. Backed by Double Bass (Danny Thompson) and Drums (Terry Cox???), this is the best recorded version I know, but which ORIGINAL album did it come from? The Wikipedia entry is wrong, as someone has noted - that someone being me!
Jammed: 21st Jul 2014
When this track first saw the light of day, the record company (Pye) took one look at the title and ordered the band to censor it. So they called it "Spunk R**k"! Only 1500 copies of this album were ever pressed - and I've got one of them! This gig also had the version of "Silver Machine" that launched Hawkwind.
Jammed: 8th Jul 2014
by Pink Fairies
I went to see Pink Fairies at the 1973 Free Windsor Festival. Due to no sleep for 48 hours, beer and those loooooong cigarettes with no brand name on them, I slept through their set...and my tent was right next to the stage!!!!!
Jammed: 16th Jun 2014
by Napoleon XIV
A load of nonsense from my youth, but I loved it!
Jammed: 18th May 2014
by The Who
The cover of "Who's Next" (from which "Baba O'Riley" is culled) shows the band walking away from a block of concrete that they have used as a urinal. Originally, they wanted to show a big stack of Marshall amps in place of the concrete, but lawyers decided otherwise! Bloody lawyers!
Jammed: 27th Feb 2014
Jammed: 14th Feb 2014
..and it would have got to No. 1 in the charts if it wasn't for The bloody Rubettes! Featuring Hitler on keyboards!
Jammed: 27th Jan 2014
by Paul Young
Jammed: 30th Dec 2013
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