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#2970724 - 01/22/19 11:57 AM PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World"
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In case you missed it last night, here's a link to view the PBS Independent Lens documentary "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World."

The subject is a part of the American music story that is too often overlooked... the part that Native American music and Native American musicians played in the development of blues and rock and roll. Charley Patton, Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Jesse Ed Davis, Robbie Robertson...

and guitar lovers will get a lot to hear...

Here's the trailer if you want a brief preview


And here's a link to the full hour and a half show... time well and enjoyably spent, if you ask me...
PBS Independent Lens- Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World

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#2970814 - 01/22/19 07:08 PM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: p90jr]
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#2970854 - 01/23/19 02:57 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: p90jr]
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Very kool-my family has Native American ancestry on both sides. One of my cousins sent me an article last week about the blowup over the Canadian oil pipeline last year.
Article is here:
http://www.whitewolfpack.com/2018/06/fir...orXt2WA2ig_5tQE
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#2970856 - 01/23/19 03:40 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: skipclone 1]
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Always liked the "Native" influence of this tune...


Then got around to Native-American JIM PEPPER's origin....


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#2971084 - 01/23/19 05:54 PM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: whitefang]
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I saw the broadcast. It's a terrific documentary!

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#2971161 - 01/24/19 04:09 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: bbqbob]
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Well, I missed it. So, did it mention THESE guys?.....



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#2971229 - 01/24/19 08:30 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: whitefang]
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THX FOR THE HEADSUP, PJ !

Before he heard this cat & built his career on slide gtr Howie Allman (better known as Duane) was a small time touring rocker with only a slight awareness of the blues.
That's just one of the many things we owe to
JESSE ED DAVIS


Others may know him from pop radio where he helped create many hits




& some non-hits that had terrfic gtr work


Here's some of the skinny


Here's more


Here's his version


A partial discography...

Daughters of Albion - Daughters of Albion (1968)
Look Inside the Asylum Choir - The Asylum Choir (Leon Russell & Marc Benno) (1968)
Live at Bill Graham's Fillmore West - various artists (1969)
"Watching the River Flow / Spanish is the Loving Tongue" - Bob Dylan (1971)
Roger Tillison's Album - Roger Tillison (1971)
Minnows - Marc Benno (1971)
Feel Your Groove - Ben Sidran (1971)
There's Gotta Be a Change - Albert Collins (1971)
Booker T. & Priscilla - Booker T. & Priscilla (1971)
Warm Waters - Charles Lloyd (1971)
Happy Just to Be Like I Am - Taj Mahal (1971)
She Used to Wanna Be a Ballerina - Buffy Sainte-Marie (1971)
Leon Russell and the Shelter People - Leon Russell (1971)
Asylum Choir II - The Asylum Choir (1971)
Endless Boogie - John Lee Hooker (1971)
Lovejoy - Albert King (1971)
White Light - Gene Clark (1971)
The Concert for Bangladesh - George Harrison & Friends (1971)
Ambush - Marc Benno (1972)
Out the Window - Jim Pulte (1972)
Salty - Alex Richman (1972)
L.A. Midnight - B.B. King (1972)
Jackson Browne - Jackson Browne (1972)
Recall the Beginning...A Journey from Eden - Steve Miller Band (1972)
Rod Taylor - Rod Taylor (1973)
These Foolish Things - Bryan Ferry (1973)
Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys - Arlo Guthrie (1973)
Home at Last - Wayne Berry (1974)
Arlo Guthrie - Arlo Guthrie (1974)
L.A. Turnaround - Bert Jansch (1974)
No Other - Gene Clark (1974)
Walls and Bridges - John Lennon (1974)
Goodnight Vienna - Ringo Starr (1974)
Pussy Cats - Harry Nilsson (1974)
That's a Plenty - Pointer Sisters (1974)
ST11261 - Brewer & Shipley (1974)
Burnin' Thing - Mac Davis (1975)
The Eyes of an Only Child - Tom Jans (1975)


An interesting film abt the reality of the traveling gtr player
Ending w/2 minutes of burning rock gtr

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#2971235 - 01/24/19 08:57 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: whitefang]
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Originally Posted By: whitefang
Well, I missed it. So, did it mention THESE guys?.....



Whitefang


OF COURSE!!! Went in depth about them!!

The link is above, watch it on your computer... it's a good show.
here it is again:

https://www.pbs.org/video/rumble-the-indians-who-rocked-the-world-vyepam/

I was surprised that Rickey Medlocke and Blackfoot didn't get a segment... it went to
him briefly as a commenter on someone else and identified him by what tribes he's a
descendant of, but c'mon, he had a high profile for a while... still does since he
rejoined Lynyrd Skynyrd.

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#2971237 - 01/24/19 09:04 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: d]
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Originally Posted By: d
THX FOR THE HEADSUP, PJ !

Before he heard this cat & built his career on slide gtr Howie Allman (better known as Duane) was a small time touring rocker with only a slight awareness of the blues.
That's just one of the many things we owe to
JESSE ED DAVIS


Others may know him from pop radio where he helped create many hits




& some non-hits that had terrfic gtr work


Here's some of the skinny


Here's more


Here's his version


A partial discography...

Daughters of Albion - Daughters of Albion (1968)
Look Inside the Asylum Choir - The Asylum Choir (Leon Russell & Marc Benno) (1968)
Live at Bill Graham's Fillmore West - various artists (1969)
"Watching the River Flow / Spanish is the Loving Tongue" - Bob Dylan (1971)
Roger Tillison's Album - Roger Tillison (1971)
Minnows - Marc Benno (1971)
Feel Your Groove - Ben Sidran (1971)
There's Gotta Be a Change - Albert Collins (1971)
Booker T. & Priscilla - Booker T. & Priscilla (1971)
Warm Waters - Charles Lloyd (1971)
Happy Just to Be Like I Am - Taj Mahal (1971)
She Used to Wanna Be a Ballerina - Buffy Sainte-Marie (1971)
Leon Russell and the Shelter People - Leon Russell (1971)
Asylum Choir II - The Asylum Choir (1971)
Endless Boogie - John Lee Hooker (1971)
Lovejoy - Albert King (1971)
White Light - Gene Clark (1971)
The Concert for Bangladesh - George Harrison & Friends (1971)
Ambush - Marc Benno (1972)
Out the Window - Jim Pulte (1972)
Salty - Alex Richman (1972)
L.A. Midnight - B.B. King (1972)
Jackson Browne - Jackson Browne (1972)
Recall the Beginning...A Journey from Eden - Steve Miller Band (1972)
Rod Taylor - Rod Taylor (1973)
These Foolish Things - Bryan Ferry (1973)
Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys - Arlo Guthrie (1973)
Home at Last - Wayne Berry (1974)
Arlo Guthrie - Arlo Guthrie (1974)
L.A. Turnaround - Bert Jansch (1974)
No Other - Gene Clark (1974)
Walls and Bridges - John Lennon (1974)
Goodnight Vienna - Ringo Starr (1974)
Pussy Cats - Harry Nilsson (1974)
That's a Plenty - Pointer Sisters (1974)
ST11261 - Brewer & Shipley (1974)
Burnin' Thing - Mac Davis (1975)
The Eyes of an Only Child - Tom Jans (1975)


An interesting film abt the reality of the traveling gtr player
Ending w/2 minutes of burning rock gtr



Jesse Ed was great

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#2971240 - 01/24/19 09:06 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: d]
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#2971244 - 01/24/19 09:18 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: d]
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Yeah, still full of vitality!

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#2971431 - 01/25/19 03:57 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: d]
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Well, y'all know that I HATE watching TV on my puny 15" PC monitor taz
But for this, I suppose I can hang..... wink

Thanks for the link. smile
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#2971483 - 01/25/19 08:31 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: whitefang]
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#2971912 - 01/27/19 07:23 AM Re: PBS - "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" [Re: d]
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Thanks for posting that link. I missed the broadcast and I wanted to see it.
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