willie wrote:Likewise, Rock me Baby off BIPLH
Rock Me Baby is a cover of a traditional song, actually.
willie wrote:Fat angle for example, Kantner sings, Balin plays bass and Casady plays rhythm, all better...
Chasin'Destiny wrote:gTarFreak wrote:From the picture on the album cover. The bottles of wine are.... pointed at the top hence, bless it's pointed little head.
Just some wine bottles ?
I thought about some adventurous things...
I noticed that all but one song on "Burgers" is written by Jorma, before "Phosphorescent Rat" - but I picture the inspiration of those songs to be some old dude sitting on his porch...but it works for me!
DonRico1967 wrote:willie wrote:Fat angle for example, Kantner sings, Balin plays bass and Casady plays rhythm, all better...
I never knew that JA switched instruments like that before!
Where did you get this informatioinc?
gTarFreak wrote:Rock Me Baby is a cover of a traditional song, actually.
Most of Hot Tuna's early stuff was covers of old blues songs. Jorma didn't really hit his writing stride until Phosphorescent Rat. I think Willie's point is that, as far as the band sounds, they're clearly in a Hot Tuna state of mind. At least, that was my point, I think. What were we talking about again???
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