(Thanks to the originally posted three-part segments by "August West", in 2011. Here I simply put ... the three parts into ONE part and a couple minor changes). Apparently, this video was initially shared by "grner1" in 2008. This was recorded between The Grateful Dead's 05-15-1983 Greek Theater show and the upcoming 06-18-1983 show at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY. The JG Band were playing some 4-5 nights in the NYC area around these dates. Interviewed by Nina Blackwood, MTV. 00:41 : ... TV preparations & chat, "Twilight Zone" ... 01:24 : interview officialy starts 01:46 : difference b/w the GD and your solo JGB groups ... ... differences b/w electric and acoustic guitars 05:38 : "my solo career started ..." "... I would get horny to play ..." ! 07:00 : the GD "culture ...?" (difference b/w licorice and buttermilk ...) 10:40 : back to the 1950's, initial guitar inspirations ... 13:23 : moving up in time .. how did you meet ? (the Warlocks, GD ...) 13:30 : "when I met Phil, he was a lunatic classical composer ..." 16:08 : Pig Pen ... 17:19 : The GD on vinyl ..."difference between building a ship in the bottle and being on a row boat on the ocean" ! The GD experience, concerts, composing, improvising, new record, a video, the 80's counter-culture ... (26:43 : slight cut) 27:24 : end of the "official" interview 27:26 : off-record ... Jerry ! post-interview chat ... (cut) 30:03 : end ...
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Better audio than DVD. Full picture. Glen Campbell - vocals, electric guitar . Bob Felts - drums Billy Graham - bass guitar, harmony vocals Carl Jackson - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, harmony vocals Dennis McCarthy - musical director, keyboards Vocal backings - The Maggie Stredder Singers Production: Produced by Terry Hughes Orchestra directed by Richard Holmes Production assistant - Marcus Plantin Special musical arrangements - Dennis McCarthy Make Up - Jackie Fitz-Maurice, Deanne Turner, Pauline Gyertson Sound - Len Shorey Lightning - Bill Millar Design - Lesley Bremness Distributed by ILC Media Issued under license from TKO Licensing Limited I do not own the copyright to this video. This track is already on YouTube but my upload has improved audio and full picture.
Rita Ora performs 'Your Song' live at The Voice '17 in Tivoli, Copenhagen. Subscribe to our chanel: https://goo.gl/GCbg4H -------- Listen to The Voice: http://www.radioplay.dk/thevoice Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/thevoicedk Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thevoicedk Get our app: App Store: https://goo.gl/cqhEPW Google Play: https://goo.gl/nL36nP
CBS News political director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson compares President Trump's inaugural address to the themes that Republican presidents usually touch upon. Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the speech and the new president's splits with his party.