Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Guitar Gods – Larry Carlton – Lee Ritenour

This is all that! No talking Just Listen.  As always, headphones.  This video is not over the top.  It’s the music babe, it’s the music. Goes deep! Funk, you name it Fusion Jazz. Brilliant!


Lee Ritenour & Larry Carlton Larry & Lee Live in Tokyo 1995

  • The Eagles Dirty Laundry

The Eagles – Farewell Tour 1 Live in Melbourne.

Performing the track: Dirty Laundry
Original track by: Don Henley
Performers: The four Eagles:
Don Henley (main vocals and guitar)
Glenn Frey (backing vocals and guitar)
Timothy B. Schmit (backup vocals and bass)
Joe Walsh (backup vocals and solo guitar)
with their live band.

General info: Don Henley is main vocals on this one, he also plays guitar, but on the paper he is the drummer. They switch around. On bass Timothy B. Schmit, he took over for Randy Meisner in the late seventies just a few years before the split up. On Acoustic guitar and backup vocals (also piano etc) we have Glenn Frey, an original Eagle. The solo guitarist with the best solos (and face expressions) is Joe Walsh. The other solo guitar player is a part of their live-band, even though he is considered as in the band he is not an Eagle, his name is Steuart Smith. Don Felder had quit the Eagles when this was recorded in 2004/2005.

Morgan James



This song, Melissa is one of my all time very favorite Allman Brothers song. And this lady, Morgan James, can sure pitch it in as a full strike! Beautiful song sung by a beautiful woman. You can count on seeing a lot more of Morgan’s performances everywhere in the future. I plan to download her albums for sure.  She is a real child of the 1970s music era, and have r s increadible deliery in my opinion. Please use some form of quality audio output to enhance your experience and comment if so inclined. Sometimes, less is more. Enjoy and Thanks for stopping by.

Melissa – The Allman Brothers Band (Morgan James Cover)

Morgan James official website

Joe Walsh



Today I went to a celebration of life. I have a tough time this time of year. But when I got home, I saw God had left me a voice mail on Youtube to check out this video and it applies on so many levels. We all have mountains to climb, difficulties to overcome be it alcohol, drugs, loss of a loved one, sickness, weight loss, job loss, divorce, depression, low wages anxiety, bankruptcy and difficult bosses. Sometimes we need help. We need something we can hold onto. Here is what one of America’s legends has to say to us to lend us some hope. We welcome Joe Walsh’s advice.


Joe Walsh understands solutions don’t just work in one day, week or month. You can’t look for the end to the problem. It always is one step, one day at a time, and the effort must continue, in many cases, forever. And you waste time blaming others. Your situation is within you. You have the power to provide the solution. So the secret to life is to Keep Moving Forward, One Step At A Time,  One Day At A Time.


Thank you Joe Walsh. You give us hope!

ONE DAY AT A TIME, Legendary, Mr.Joe Walsh