Pot Licker
Stanton Moore (Drums)
Robert Walter (Hammond B-3)
Will Bernard (Guitar)
(live // 15.05.2010)


Right On Brother is the fourth album by guitarist Boogaloo Joe Jones which was recorded in 1970
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_On_Brother | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boogaloo_Joe_Jones


via http://welteninwelten.blogspot.de/2015/05/picture-poems-29-das-anwesende-im.html


Harlem Nocturne
By Randy Brooks and his Orchestra (1946)
Written by Earle Hagen and Dick Rogers (1939)


” … Given the nature of emotional contagion, film is especially well suited to produce it. … Such scenes, which are typically shot in close-up and focus on a characters face, contain several eliciting conditions of emotional contagion. … The most serious challenge to identification accounts of character engagement, including those that emphasize the roles of empathy and simulation, has come from Noël Carroll, who has repeatedly charged that such accounts fail to explain the majority of our reactions to fictional film characters (Carroll 2007, 2008: 177–84). Carroll doesn’t deny that something akin to simulation, empathy, or identification can sometimes occur during the film viewing experiences, but he argues that when spectators’ emotions match those of the characters, it is typically due to criterial prefocusing (which I’ll explain below), not a process of identification or simulation (2008: 149–91). Carroll offers several arguments to support his position. First, he says that spectators’ emotions have different objects from those of the characters, and thus the emotions cannot be the same. This, he claims, is because we observe characters’ situations from outside the narrative. Second, spectators often have different information or more information than the characters, and so they have a different experience of the narrative events. Finally, spectators often have different desires or preferences from those of the characters and ones that can be in conflict with those of the characters. If empathy, simulation, or some other form of identification were a major part of our interaction with characters, there would be greater symmetry than occurs between the characters’ mental states and those of the spectators. …”

From: “”EMPATHY AND CHARACTER ENGAGEMENT” (Amy Coplan) – THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION – TO PHILOSOPHY AND FILM”, Edited by Paisley Livingston and Carl Plantinga (First published 2009) | http://e-edu.nbu.bg/pluginfile.php/303072/mod_resource/content/0/9780415771665_-_Paisley_Livings_-_The_Routledge_Companion_to_Philosophy_and_Film_-_Routledge.pdf


Songs from tapes recorded between 1968-1977 … Irmin Schmidt explains “Obviously the tapes weren’t really lost, but were left in the cupboards of the studio archives for so long everybody just forgot about them. Everybody except Hildegard, who watches over Can and its work like the dragon over the gold of the Nibelungen and doesn’t allow forgetting….

The Lost Tapes is a compilation album of studio outtakes and live recordings by the German experimental rock band Can, which was originally released as an LP in 2012

Can was a German experimental rock band formed in Cologne, West Germany, in 1968. Later labeled as one of the first krautrock groups, they transcended mainstream influences and incorporated strong minimalist and world music elements into their often psychedelic music. …
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Can_%28band%29 | DE: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Can_%28Band%29

Das Millionenspiel ist ein Fernsehfilm aus dem Jahre 1970 von Tom Toelle. Das Drehbuch dazu verfasste Wolfgang Menge, der dafür die Kurzgeschichte The Prize of Peril des US-amerikanischen Schriftstellers Robert Sheckley adaptierte. Darin geht es um eine Fernsehshow, in der ein Kandidat eine Woche lang vor Auftragskillern flüchten muss. Die Bevölkerung ist dabei ausdrücklich dazu aufgerufen, ihm entweder zu helfen oder ihn auffliegen zu lassen. …


Ein Lichtspiel Schwarz Weiss Grau (1930)
Laszlo Moholy Nagy | http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A1szl%C3%B3_Moholy-Nagy


Groovin’ – Booker T And The M.G.’s (1967?)

// Booker T. & the M.G.’s is an instrumental R&B/funk band that was influential
// in shaping the sound of Southern soul and Memphis soul.

// http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Booker_T._%26_the_M.G.%E2%80%99s

Booker T. Jones: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
Jones’ name is synonymous with the Hammond B3 organ. At 17, he recorded the instrument’s anthem, “Green Onions,” with his band Booker T and The MG’s.
(Tiny Desk Concert, 2011)

Set List:
“Green Onions”
“Born Under A Bad Sign”
“Down In Memphis”

// http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Booker_T._Jones

baianoise 8 months ago
Holly shit! The man!