Baxter’s Attic

Baxter’s Attic, Led Zeppelin “Nobody’s Fault But Mine”
A great tune in the Attic this morning. This song was inspired by an American blues singer from the 1920s named Blind Willie Johnson.  Zeppelin fans speculated the song was about Jimmy Page's blossoming heroin addiction.  During the recording Jimmy Page overdubbed the guitar intro 3 t…
Baxter’s Attic, John Mayall “Room to Move”
In the Attic this morning, from John Mayall's "The Breaking Point" we played "Room to Move" recorded at Fillmore East in 1969.  A song about how man should be able to move around freely and not tied down by anything.
Baxter’s Attic, Tom Petty “Girl on LSD”
Thought I'd throw this tune in the Attic this morning as a reminder that Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are coming to the Xcel on June 3rd with opening act Joe Walsh.  Could be the show of the Summer.  If you've never been to a Petty show, it's a bit different than a lot of…
A Great Gift Idea
Last Christmas my most wonderful wife gave me this custom made pseudo guitar using license plates from most all the states I've lived in.  Really a cool unique gift!  She left off Wisconsin because all I do is complain about how much my time in the "Cheese State"…
Baxter’s Attic, Jeff Beck “Freeway Jam”
One of the best guitar players ever!  Jeff Beck can make the guitar sing.  In the Attic this morning, it's " Freeway Jam" off the Blow by Blow album.  "Freeway Jam" was written by Jan Hammer.  Hammer is probably most famous for writin…

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