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Baxter’s Attic: Led Zeppelin – “Darlene”

Today we're going deep in the Attic this morning. From Zeppelin's swan song album "Coda", an album made up of unreleased cuts.

 

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Baxter’s Attic: Grateful Dead – “Casey Jones”

In the Attic this morning we put on some Grateful Dead. Off of  "The Very Best of The Grateful Dead ", originally from the 1970 album "Working Man's Dead"...

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Baxter’s Attic, Uriah Heep – “Easy Livin”

Some vintage stuff from Uriah Heep's "Demons and Wizards" album released in 1972 in the Attic this morning. Uriah Heep was a pioneer in the heavy metal category...

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Baxter’s Attic, Blind Faith “Can’t Find My Way Home”

This could have easily been my theme song in the 70s...and the 80s...maybe most of the 90s ..Hell, probably a lot of the 2000s, too.  Blind Faith was a short lived Supergroup made up of Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Ginger Baker and Ric Grech...

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Baxter’s Attic, The Doors “When the Music’s Over”

Classic Doors in the Attic this morning.  The theme to "When the Music's Over" is that music is the fire of life and when it stops, so does life's spirit...

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Baxter’s Attic, Jack Bruce & Rory Gallagher “Politician”

One of my favorites in the Attic this morning.  Former Cream bassist Jack Bruce teams up with legendary Rory Gallagher on an old Cream tune "Politician"...

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Baxter’s Attic, Band of Gypsys “Who Knows”

Jimi Hendrix- Band of Gypsys recorded live at the Fillmore East New Years Eve 1969 and New Years Day 1970.  Band of Gypsys was made up of Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Miles and Billy Cox...

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Baxter’s Attic, Joe Cocker “You Can Leave Your Hat On”

Joe Cocker was at the top of my bucket list. No one more unique than Joe Cocker.  Joe recorded this song, written by Randy Newman, for his 1986 album "Cocker"...

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Baxter’s Attic, Sammy Hagar/Van Halen “There’s Only One Way to Rock”

This morning we played the original from Sammy's 1981 album "Standing Hampton" but ran across this on YouTube with Sammy and Van Halen.  Could only get better by adding some Eddie Van Halen, Right...

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Baxter’s Attic, Steely Dan “Bodhisattva”

This morning in the Attic a classic from Steely Dan's "Countdown to Ecstasy" album released in 1973.  "Bodhisattva" is kind of a tongue in cheek song about how the West simplifies Eastern religion...

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Baxter’s Attic, REO Speedwagon “157 Riverside Ave”

In the Attic this morning, one of the most rocking songs Reo ever did.  After this album, their debut, they seemed to move into the ballad thing...

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Baxter’s Attic, Black Sabbath “Sweet Leaf”

In the Attic this morning, Black Sabbath's marijuana anthem "Sweet Leaf".  Written by the entire band, "Sweet Leaf" got its name from an Irish cigarette slogan...

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