Saturday Night YouTube: Last Waltz Edition!

So, I was trying to decide what to listen to while I did my exercise bike time and I looked around to see what there was I hadn’t listened to in a while.  Usually, I listen to either Gackt Red or Gackt Blue (highly reccomended), sometimes I listen to Elton John from the Garden (Greatest Hits Live), somtimes Freddy’s Tribute Concert, and sometimes the Statler Brothers Farewell show (all just fabulous).  Then I looked, and I saw the Last Waltz!  Bingo!

I mean, you can start out Up on Cripple Creek!

You can feel Helpless (and yeah…that’s Joanie singing backup)!

You can feel The Weight!  Go Pops and Mavis!

You can see what’s going on down on the Mississippi with Emmy Lou and Evangeline!

You can celebrate the Night the Drove Old Dixie Down (with some Old Time Religion)!

And you can be forever young with Bob!

If you don’t have The Last Waltz, or have never seen it (heaven forfend), get it.  NOW!

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  1. It’s enough to keep you from being bitter, to stay away from candidate diaries, and to remember just how good some music really is!

    • kj on April 13, 2008 at 5:09 am

    yep, some good good tunes and musicians there. That version of “Helpless” as to be one of my all-time favorites… Neil smiles!  

    • Edger on April 13, 2008 at 5:55 am

  2. Today (Sunday) is the traditional New Year celebration here in SE Asia in the countries of Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and a small portion of China.

    Here’s some delightful “Songkran” music from Cambodia.

    • Edger on April 13, 2008 at 5:11 pm

    …but it was sometimes. 😉

  3. the opening song of the movie, Don’t Do It (“my biggest mistake was LOVIN YOU TOO MUCH!”)

    Coyote (Joni Mitchell, the genius)

    Mystery Train (Paul Butterfield and the Band) (best version of this I’ve ever heard)

    Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Bob Dylan) (“well I’ll do anything in this God almighty world if you’ll just let me follow you down!”)

    my favorite concert movie, my favorite Band.

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