Folk music and civil-rights icon Pete Seeger brought his brand of straight-talking this-banjo-kills-fascists political activism to "The Johnny Cash Show" on March 4, 1970.
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Lou Reed, a massively influential songwriter and guitarist who helped shape nearly fifty years of rock, died yesterday on Long Island at the age of 71.
Rock and Roll, Sweet Jane and Walk on the Wild Side from the Palace Theatre, Dayton, OH; October 27, 1974 embedded below.
Live at Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa, OK; December 31, 1975. Very good to excellent soundboard.
Crazy Mama, After Midnight and Cocaine embedded below.
Clapton told Vanity Fair magazine that Cale was the living person he most admired, and Neil Young said, "Of all the players I ever heard, it's gotta be Hendrix and JJ Cale who are the best electric guitar players."