Saturday Eye Candy: Goin' South

OUR WEEKLY VIDEO SEGMENT
GOES DOWN SOUTH JUKIN'

With all eyes on South Carolina and Florida over the next few days, we thought we'd turn the camera towards wild-eyed Southern boys (and girls) for a soundtrack to the tumultuous 2008 Presidential Primary race. Get yourself an ass pocket of whiskey and settle in…

-The Outlaws fade into "Green Grass and High Tides" in 1977. Don't miss the guitar solo rich Part Two of this epic performance.

-The Marshall Tucker Band ask "Can't You See" in 1973. Dig that crazy flute!

-Black Oak Arkansas get "Hot And Nasty" for your pleasure.

-The Ozark Mountain Daredevils introduce us to "Jackie Blue". Go singin' drummer man!

-Lynyrd Skynyrd extol the "virtues" of "Workin' For MCA". Pity Ronnie's headband never got on with the kids.

-The Drive-By Truckers take a leap off "Lookout Mountain". Patterson Hood had an extra spoonful of bile before this performance.

-Drivin' n' Cryin' slap around "Fly Me Courageous" on Letterman in 1991. Paul Schaffer and the band hold their own against a young Kevn Kinney.

-And lastly, a double shot of The Black Crowes. The first part is a freaky TV show appearance from 1994 and the second half is the band playing "Wiser Time" at the 1995 Glastonbury Festival.

Don't forget, you can eyeball video sweetness 24/7 with JamBase TV and JamBase Backstage.

[Published on: 1/26/08]

Take full advantage of all JamBase has to offer by signing up for an account!


You'll receive

show alerts

when your favorite artists announce shows, be eligible to enter contests for

free tickets

, gain the ability to

share your personalized live music calendar

and much more. Join JamBase!



 
 

Comments

74mph starstarstarstarstar Sun 1/27/2008 06:24PM
0 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!

I think it speaks volumes that the South invented Rock & Roll. Gotta have sum Mule in there though!