Wednesday Musical Interlude...

Sparks Of Insanity By Vinny "Bond" Marini Wednesday, July 29, 2009

No sleep Tuesday night...too tired to think....not tired enough to not groove along with this one

Charlie Daniels Band from the FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN album, this is "No Place To Go", recorded at the War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee, at October 4, 1974.

This is one of those songs, you close your eyes and just let the music paint colors and pictures in your head...There are some incredible solos throughout.

* Charlie Daniels: Electric, slide and acoustic guitars; banjo, fiddle, lead vocals
* Barry Barnes: Electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
* Mark Fitzgerald: Bass guitar
* Joel Di Gregorio: Keyboards, vocals
* Fred Edwards: Drums, percussion
* Gary Allen: Drums, percussion

Additional musician:
* Jaimie Nichol: Congas

ENJOY....


11 Of Your Sparks

  1. katherine. Says:
  2. can I win this one?

    good show tonight....

     
  3. Matt-Man Says:
  4. Y'know...I'm not talking talent wise here, but I can't stomach Charlie Daniels.

     
  5. DrillerAA09 Says:
  6. This just might be the best eleven minutes of my day. Thanks for the tune.

     
  7. star8278 Says:
  8. CDB is one of my all time favorites, you can't beat the songs like Devil, In America, and Saigon!

    I was just playing some of his old vinyl the other day as I cleaned the house.

     
  9. Jay Says:
  10. I've never been a big Charlie Daniels fan. Dude has some pretty serious talent, but it's just not my kind of music.

     
  11. ...Longest. Ending. Ever....God, it's been years since I heard this tune. Ah, the Hammond B3 with the Leslie speakers!...

     
  12. Bond Says:
  13. KATHERINE: I can burn it for you and thanks

    MATT-MAN: The political angle I presume...

    DRILLER: Always glad when I can make your day start off so well

    STAR: Very cool you are using your vinyl

    JAY: Different strokes...

    PHFRANKIE: LOLOL maybe not THE longest, but one of them.

     
  14. Micky-T Says:
  15. I liked all the southern redneck rock bands. Might of had something to do with that northern Catholic thing, thinking that ALL the south was so PURE you know they would never do drugs and rock out and be hippyish, they just all hated yankees.

     
  16. Travis Says:
  17. Now that actually took my mind of the heat for a few minutes.

     
  18. Starrlight Says:
  19. Yeah Trav and I are roasting. We hit 106 for the second day. Tomorrow cools down to -whoo hoo- 101.

    Devil Went Down To Georgia is where I begin and end with CDB. It's like the Southern Rocker version of free form jazz for me - the only jazz I don't dig - in that it is just goes on and on and on.

     
  20. Bond Says:
  21. MICKEY: Wow dude...what Catholic education did you get!?!?!!?

    TRAVIS: Glad I could help

    STARR: We swapped weather this week

     

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