Sunday, November 27, 2011

DicksnJanes Podcast #324: artistschmartist!

The Scarborough Dude keeps on keeping on - like  a rash that just won't go away.

I Need You - The Webb Sisters - Harrison Covered: Mojo Tribute To George
Isn't It A Pity - Jonathan Wilson Feat. Graham Nash - Harrison Covered: Mojo Tribute To George
I Want To Tell You - The Beatles - Revolver


Kenneth said...

Dude! I wanted to thank you quickly before I head of to school this morning for the music that you played on 324. You often worry and vocalize that you hope that people are enjoying the music on your show because of how much time and effort you put into choosing each song. I can remember now even numerous times that you've said that choosing the song is usually the part of making the show that takes the most time. Anyway I'm now on a George Harrison kick thanks to you! I'm listening to All Things Must Pass disc II as I type. I really like George, personally in terms of musicianship I think he was the most talented. Are there any other Harrison albums you would recommend especially? A while back I sent you a card but I did so using a method that didn't ensure that you would receive it, did you ever get a card from me? If not, no problem however I would like to send you postcards from Japan. Is there some way you could send me your address? Obviously you don't have to include it in your reply here, but I would like to send you a few cards, you deserve it! Thanks again, peace.

Scarborough Dude said...

Hey Kenneth! Yes, I did get your card, thank you, but have temporarily misplaced it in my disorganized office. Glad you liked the George Harrison tribute. I think All Things Must Pass is his best; other albums a bit hit and miss. I enjoyed the stuff he didnwith the Traveling Wilburies (Tom Petty, Dylan...) My wife and I saw his concert in Tokyo with Eric Clapton (who stole the show) in 1991 or 1992; I see now there's a live album of that. I expect to nclude more in upcoming podcasts- stay tuned!

Scarborough Dude said...

P.S. I had Cloud Nine on cassette tape, and liked it a lot. May need to get a digital version next.

Richard Bunky Bell said...

I like George Harrison - George Harrison. That's an album not an echo.