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This is a band I've liked for a while now. Cayucas is a band and a Central Cosatal California town. In Studio Radio show performance. Love the simple sound. Less can be more. For me this band is just that.


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(AFAIK ...) "Penkele" (Yoruba) translates (in English) to (something like)  "Take it easy" / "Keep it light" ?





(Harmonica - Stevie Wonder)





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re: "Glow Worms?"   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsd9HmzIwRQ








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Published on Apr 6, 2017

"This is a recently discovered television appearance of the magnificent Emmylou Harris in January of 1970.


Her 1st album Gliding Bird had just been released in late 1969 to very little acclaim  -

and she had yet to make any impact at all on the national music scene.

The first song "Lady Of The Rose" remains unrecorded.

"The Fugue For the Ox" is a track off Gliding Bird.


In this footage she is 22 years old and 7 months pregnant with her first daughter.

At this time her career consisted of playing in coffeehouses in Greenwich Village  -

and it would be more than a year before she'd meet Gram Parsons,

which changed her life and career forever."



"This is some of the only known vintage concert footage of Dion and is taken from a 30-minute concert performance." 



"Alice Cooper and the band on hometown TV show "Detroit Tubeworks" in 1971 doing their huge hit "Eighteen."

We found the master tapes of over 11 hours from this legendary show which had been stored in a basement in Michigan.

Other great guests we found on this underground show from 1968-1973 include MC5, Ted Nugent, Phil Ochs, Commander Cody, Captain Beefheart, Earth, Wind & Fire, Humble Pie, Fleetwood Mac featuring Peter Green and Joe Cocker.

Also part of this archive is a 45-minute unseen concert of the Rolling Stones filmed at Olympia Stadium in Detroit on their 1969 tour." *


The above, from this: 

"Reelin' In The Years Productions houses the world's largest library of music footage, containing over 20,000 hours of material covering nearly every genre from the last 60 years."

(... " Our website on the screen is to protect the footage from being used without our consent.")




*  . . .





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Those Detroit Tubeworks tapes were an amazing find. The first ones I saw were of the MC5, when a couple producing an ill-fared film on the group brought be some 2" B & W quad masters. It took about 10 passes of cleaning to get all the mold and grunge off the outside edges of the tape pack. Even with that, we could barely run the tape for 5 minutes before the heads would clog. Totally worth the effort though.

Those tapes give a rare inside look at the nascent Detroit rock & roll scene of the era. Am happy to see they were salvaged.


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