I'm listening to bleep and honk of Ronnie and the Pomona Casuals "Out of Sight".
This is a slow "news" day so I'm unashamedly poaching. I'll nab a goodie that the more wide ranging and energetic Steve Rubio rounded up today, "Rich Man Poor Man
Steve writes, "Here’s another one where I don’t know how long the link will last: Rich Man Poor Man
Bob Dylan has a radio show on XM … I don’t have satellite radio, so I can’t listen, but Dylan’s show gets rave reviews, for his song selection, for his between-songs patter, the whole package. BigO Worldwide has posted an MP3 version of a recent show called "Rich Man Poor Man," with the theme of, well, rich men and poor men (Dylan’s show is actually titled "Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour"). It's a great listen … it has everything from Tony Bennett and Bing Crosby to Tom Waits and Emmylou Harris to Fiddlin' John Carson with Moonshine Kate."
(Well, I don't have XM, either, so I'm still listening to Ronnie & the Pomona Casuals
, see. For me, at the moment, it's 1964. And I was clearly out of my mind when I placed their concert with the Byrds in a bowling alley. Not so unusual, given I wasn't even in the vicinity at show time and I was grasping at what I was sure I remembered someone once upon a time telling me).