Tuesday, April 24, 2018
https://teddyquinn.bandcamp.com/album/deserted-sessions-rancho-de-la-luna-1995-2004 To Smokey, For Fred (5/93) Last Night's Wind Baby Steps Stray Arrow Orphanage of Souls Wild West Ballet Crow Desert to the Sea Pilgrim Warrior Shepherd Boy Tolerancia Rain of Love Apocalypse No (As a Matter of Policy; The Mighty Q-Ball; Stones) If That's What You Wanted (Dave's Song) Billions and Billions Tar Beach I Dream of Sleeping (Peacefully) 29 Palms If U Do Death of Cool Orange Sunshine Only So Many Heartbeats Love On (plus 6 bonus tracks) 31 Flaovors!!!
Thursday, April 12, 2018
The giant soul who had my back in this pic is the first person I ever wrote songs with besides my sister Debra. When the Beatles film "Let it Be" came out, we met at a theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, through mutual friends, and shared the grief of the break-up afterwards on the playground of Wonderland Avenue. 5 years later when we met again in High School, I recognized him behind his funky demeanor and tattered Lord of the Rings paperback. We sang on the steps at school together and traveled north - and to the cosmos, together. Later, we bumped into our heroes like Tom Waits and Mick Jagger and Iggy Pop and made phone calls to Mae West and Charles Bukowski, in the days when people answered their phones. When our bands and hearts got broken, we drifted apart into our own worlds, but his beauty and brilliance have always been at the forefront of my memories, as one of life's richest gifts. Happy birthday, Big Bob Kuhn. Love you always.
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
I'm very proud to say that my son, Sage, did his first gig with his band last Saturday night, opening the show for Desert Rhythm Project's record release, coincidentally, on the final night of the church-turned-music venue, La Grange in Yucca Valley, with Hutch mixing sound. Led by Erik Kramer-Webb, and joined by DRP's Mikey Reyes and Bryanna Evaro, Sage and his friends, Forest, Lola, Yazzy, Rosa, Ryan and Eli, knocked out the capacity crowd - and got them all singing along - with their short but sweet set, which included Ben E. King's "Stand By Me" and Bob Marley's "Three Birds." Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright!! (These Kids are Alright!!)