Dan.Q - Bass - Alvin & The Upsetters
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Alvin & The Upsetters
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A Blast from the past for all the California arson victims.. We all hope and pray for your sanity.. Ventura Highway The song "Ventura Highway" went on to become a #8 single for "America", and a song that has endured in people's hearts and mings long past its publication, unlike many other songs that are "here today, gone tomorrow". "Ventura Highway" won many fans, including the pro-wrestler-turned-politician, Jesse Ventura: "We went and played at Governor Jesse Ventura's inaugural out in Minneapolis. He asked us to — his wife is a horse lady, and she'd always loved 'A Horse With No Name,' and he had adopted this name, 'Ventura'. So when he put together his cast of characters for his big inaugural celebration, he wanted us to come and play two songs, which we did." The vocalist Dewey Bunnell has said that the lyric "alligator lizards in the air" in the song is a reference to the shapes of clouds in the sky. Cheers, Folks!!! Stay tuned for some holiday treats... DQ
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Monday Night Jam.... Just an improv jam... DQ
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Stormy Monday on a Thursday!!
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Cry Baby Boogie
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Baby's Eyes, Pick Me Up, Cali Dreamin' Moondance
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Thanksgiving Noodles
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Happy Thanksgiving!!!! Gobble Gobble!!!
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Wishing Queenie a Happy 70th Birthday this Wednesday>>>>>>...................Full set raw & uncut.... Queenie on Drums Cheers!
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God Bless The Child is a song written by Billie Holiday and Arthur Herzog, Jr. in 1939. It was first recorded on May 9, 1941 and released by the Okeh Records in 1942. Years later, Aretha Franklin performed the song making it even more popular... Hope you enjoy my version... Cheers! dqdqdqdqdqdqdqdqdqdqdqdqdqdqdqdq
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stormy
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Fer What It's Worth. Last night Queenie on Drums DonDon on Bass
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Kick some Shiite???
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someday love Dan & Don SandBar
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let it be Dan & Don Sand Bar
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3 from sand bar jam nov II, MMXVIII
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Queenie on drums last night as we hit a jam session in Corning, NY at Rock Bottom Bar & Bar-B-Q. Bobby Magee. Cheers! d q
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Life Goes On Live Sand Bar
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Q & The Starliters play Summer Wind
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Out Giggin' wit da guys.
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Red House!
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raw footage garage jam
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The Deep State Shuffle
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Got Me Coming And Going.....Enjoy!!!..........Written by DQ
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Los Angeles Groove By DQ TGIF... Happy Weekend, Folks!
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TheBreezeBluesThursdayBlues ThursdayThirsty Blues Cheers! DQ
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New Vid Camera... ZOOM Queenie on drums Evan on Bass Dave on guitar DonDon on Bongos Chers!
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Otis redding Born 1941... Happy Birthday tribute By the one and homely... dq
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PLEASE!! Subscribe to my Youtube! I need 697 more subs.. What You Want Me To Do Happy Blues Thursday, FOLKS!
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A live version... Cheers! Please sub to my YT page???
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Build A Wall Please click on "YouTube" below and subscribe!! I still need 800 subs... OLE!!!!
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New Guild Guitar I put a newGuild neck on my old Guild guitar Stay tuned for the sounds it makes 650 dollars well spent!
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tennessee Jed..Cheers! Happy WEEKEND!
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The Ibanez plays the Blues .. Still Got The Blues Gary More Improv...Have a Bluesy Easter, Folks!
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RAW!
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Happy B Day, Phil!! Phil Lesh was an innovator in the new role that the electric bass developed during the mid-1960s. Contemporaries such as Casady, Bruce, James Jamerson and Paul McCartney adopted a more melodic, contrapuntal approach to the instrument; before this, bass players in rock had generally played a conventional timekeeping role within the beat of the song, and within (or underpinning) the song's harmonic or chord structure. While not abandoning these aspects, Lesh took his own improvised excursions during a song or instrumental. This was a characteristic aspect of the so-called San Francisco Sound in the new rock music. In many Dead jams, Lesh's bass is, in essence, as much a lead instrument as Garcia's guitar. Lesh was not a prolific composer or singer with the Grateful Dead, although some of the songs he did contribute—"New Potato Caboose", "Box of Rain", "Unbroken Chain", and "Pride of Cucamonga"—are among the best-known in the band's repertoire. Lesh's high tenor voice contributed to the Grateful Dead's three-part harmony sections in their group vocals in the early days of the band, until he largely relinquished singing high parts to Donna Godchaux (and thence Brent Mydland and Vince Welnick) in 1976 due to vocal cord damage from improper singing technique. In 1985, he resumed singing lead vocals on select songs as a baritone. Throughout the Grateful Dead's career, his interest in avant-garde music remained a crucial influence on the group.
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Freedom and Justice? An original tune with Ken & Dave. Cheers!
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Let It Be Beatles Cover dq
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The birthday of Harry Belafonte! Zombie Jambouree Harry Belafonte cover by dq
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SILVIO Bob Dylan dq cover
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Come Together Live The Beatles A dq cover
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https://steemit.com/draintheswamp/@danq/drain-the-swamp
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Raymond Daniel "Ray" Manzarek, Jr. (né Manczarek; February 12, 1939 – May 20, 2013) was an American musician, singer, producer, film director, and author, best known as a member of The Doors from 1965 to 1973, which he co-founded with singer and lyricist Jim Morrison. Manzarek was notable for performing on a keyboard bass during many live shows and some recordings, taking on a role usually filled by a bass guitar player. He recorded on every track of all eight Doors studio albums, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. He was a co-founding member of Nite City from 1977 to 1978, and of Manzarek–Krieger from 2001 until his death in 2013.
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A Snowy Upstate Day Improv on a home made track.. Cheers Q
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Scandalous Ritual Abuse An original composition.. MAGA!! MEGA.. Make Earth Great Again!
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Fat Bottom Girls By Queen
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R.I.P. B3 Stevie 1949-2018
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https://www.reverbnation.com/danqu/song/25732181-we-could-fly Subscribe for free downloads of my tunes... CHEERS, Q
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Cheers for Sydney!!Syd was a f... ounding member of Pink Floyd, You must have heard of them. Lots of... read more great music from them.Through late 1967 and early 1968, Barrett's behaviour became increasingly erratic and unpredictable, partly as a consequence of his reported heavy use of psychedelic drugs, most prominently LSD.[8] There is also much speculation that he suffered from schizophrenia. Once described as joyful, friendly, and extroverted, he became increasingly depressed and socially withdrawn, and experienced hallucinations, disorganized speech, memory lapses, intense mood swings, and periods of catatonia.[4] Although the changes began gradually, he went missing for a long weekend and, according to several friends including Rick Wright, came back "a completely different person."[4] One of the striking features of his change was the development of a blank, empty, dead-eyed stare. He was unable to recognize old friends that he had known for years, and often did not know where he was. At one point, while on a tour of the city of Los Angeles, Barrett is said to have exclaimed, "Gee, it sure is nice to be in Las Vegas!"[4] Many reports described him on stage, strumming one chord through the entire concert, or not playing at all.[70] At a show at The Fillmore in San Francisco, during a performance of "Interstellar Overdrive", Barrett slowly detuned his guitar. The audience seemed to enjoy such antics, unaware of the rest of the band's consternation. Interviewed on Pat Boone's show during this tour, Syd's reply to Boone's questions was a "blank and totally mute stare," according to Nick Mason, "Syd wasn't into moving his lips that day." Barrett exhibited similar behaviour during the band's first appearance on Dick Clark's popular TV show American Bandstand.[71] Although surviving footage of this appearance shows Barrett miming his parts of the song competently,[72] during a group interview afterwards, when asked two questions by Clark, Barrett's answers were terse, almost to the point of rudeness (though, Clark noted, they had been flying non-stop from London to Los Angeles). During this time, Barrett would often forget to bring his guitar to sessions, damage equipment and occasionally was unable to hold his pick.[73] Before a performance in late 1967, Barrett reportedly crushed Mandrax tranquilliser tablets and an entire tube of Brylcreem into his hair, which subsequently melted down his face under the heat of the stage lighting,[74] making him look like "a guttered candle".[75] Nick Mason later disputed the Mandrax portion of this story, stating that "Syd would never waste good mandies".
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Happy Birthday John Paul Jones )LED ZEPPELIN ) During his time as a session player, Jones often crossed paths with guitarist Jimmy Page,[18] a fellow session veteran. In June 1966, Page joined The Yardbirds, and in 1967 Jones contributed to that band's Little Games album. The following winter, during the sessions for Donovan's The Hurdy Gurdy Man, Jones expressed to Page a desire to be part of any projects the guitarist might be planning.[19] Later that year, The Yardbirds disbanded, leaving Page and bassist Chris Dreja to complete previously booked Yardbirds dates in Scandinavia. Before a new band could be assembled, Dreja left to take up photography. Jones, at the suggestion of his wife,[16] asked Page about the vacant position, and the guitarist eagerly invited Jones to collaborate. Page later explained: I was working at the sessions for Donovan's Hurdy Gurdy Man, and John Paul Jones was looking after the musical arrangements. During a break, he asked me if I could use a bass player in the new group I was forming. He had a proper music training, and he had quite brilliant ideas. I jumped at the chance of getting him.[20] Vocalist Robert Plant and drummer John Bonham joined the two to form a quartet. Initially dubbed the "New Yardbirds" for the Scandinavian dates, the band soon became known as Led Zeppelin. Contribution to the band[edit] Derivative of Jones's triquetra sigil used in the untitled album commonly known as Led Zeppelin IV Jones was responsible for the classic bass lines of the group, notably those in "Ramble On" and "The Lemon Song" (Led Zeppelin II), and shifting time signatures, such as those in "Black Dog" (Led Zeppelin IV). As half of Led Zeppelin's rhythm section with drummer John Bonham, Jones shared an appreciation for funk and soul rhythmic grooves which strengthened and enhanced their musical affinity.[21] In an interview he gave to Global Bass magazine, Jones remarked on this common musical interest: Yeah, we were both huge Motown and Stax fans and general soul music fans, James Brown fan. Which is one of the reasons why I've always said that Zeppelin was one of the few bands to "swing". We actually had a groove in those days. People used to come to our shows and dance, which was great. To see all the women dancing, it was really brilliant. You didn't necessarily see that at a Black Sabbath show or whatever: So we were different in that way. We were a groovy band. We used all our black pop music influences as a key to the rock that went over the top.[22] After retiring his Fender Jazz Bass (which he had been using since his days with The Shadows in the early 1960s) from touring in 1975, Jones switched to using custom-designed Alembic basses[23] while touring. However, he still preferred to use the Jazz Bass in the studio and in an interview for Elixir Strings, he mentioned that he still has the bass to this day.[24] Jones' keyboard skills added an eclectic dimension that realised Led Zeppelin as more than just a hard rock band. Keyboard highlights include the delicate "The Rain Song" (Houses of the Holy) played on a Mellotron; the funky "Trampled Under Foot", played on a Clavinet (Physical Graffiti); and the eastern scales of "Kashmir", also played on a Mellotron (also on Physical Graffiti). In live performances, Jones' keyboard showpiece was "No Quarter", often lasting for up to half-an-hour and sometimes including snatches of "Amazing Grace", Joaquín Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez", which had inspired Miles Davis' Sketches of Spain, and variations of classical pieces by composers such as Rachmaninoff. Jones' diverse contributions to the group extended to the use of other instruments, including an unusual triple-necked acoustic instrument consisting of a six and a twelve string guitar, and a mandolin. Jones often used bass pedals to supplement the band's sound while he was playing keyboards and mandolin. On the band's 1977 tour of the United States, Jones would sing lead vocals on "The Battle of Evermore," filling in for Sandy Denny, who had sung on the studio version. Profile[edit] While all members of Led Zeppelin had a reputation for off-stage excess (a label that has been claimed was exaggerated),[25] Jones was widely seen as the most quiet and reserved member of the group.[26][27] For his part, Jones has claimed that he had just as much fun on the road as his bandmates but was more discreet about it,[10] stating "I did more drugs than I care to remember. I just did it quietly."[16] Benoit Gautier, an employee of Atlantic Records in France, echoed this impression, stating that "The wisest guy in Led Zeppelin was John Paul Jones. Why? He never got caught in an embarrassing situation."[10] In an interview, Jones explained that fame with Led Zeppelin was not something that he ever became preoccupied with: Not really; I'd done it all before ... I would like to think that I wasn't too stupid either. I tried to stay out of the drift of the rock star's path, mainly because I needed my sanity and freedom on the road. So generally, I used to check out of the hotel, and then get out on the street. I'd go walking ... I'm not as recognisable as Plant and Page. Plus, I used to change my appearance all the time just to make sure I wasn't as recognisable ... Generally, I'm pretty quickly into the shadows ... I once read the Beatles did a whole tour of America and never left their hotel rooms. And I thought, "I can't see the point of travelling around the world and not seeing anything."[16] However, following exhausting tours and extended periods of time away from his family, by late 1973 Jones was beginning to show signs of disillusionment. He considered quitting Led Zeppelin to spend more time with his family, and possibly to take up the position of choirmaster of Winchester Cathedral, but was talked into returning by the band's manager, Peter Grant.[28] Jones later explained his reservations: I didn't want to harm the group, but I didn't want my family to fall apart either. We toured a huge amount in those early days. We were all very tired and under pressure and it just came to a head. When I first joined the band, I didn't think it would go on for that long, two or three years perhaps, and then I'd carry on with my career as a musician and doing movie music.[8]
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Burn 1 4 Willie! Happy New Years!
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Christmas in Palm Springs An original little ditty. Merry Christmas, Folks!
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A fire on that mountain Cheers California! Burn one!
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Happy Birthday, Keith Richards. 74 today... Richards has a collection of approximately 3,000 guitars. Even though he has used many different guitar models, in a 1986 Guitar World interview Richards joked that no matter what model he plays, "give me five minutes and I'll make 'em all sound the same." Richards has often thanked Leo Fender, and other guitar manufacturers for making the instruments, as he did during the induction ceremony of the Rolling Stones into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Some of his notable instruments are: Harmony Meteor – This was Richards' main guitar in the Stones' early periods; it was all but retired in 1964 when he acquired his Les Paul Standard. 1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard – Richards acquired this instrument, fitted with a Bigsby tailpiece, in 1964. The guitar was the first "star-owned" Les Paul in Britain and served as one of Richards' main instruments through 1966. He later sold the guitar to future Rolling Stones band mate Mick Taylor. The guitar was most likely stolen during the Nellcôte burglary in July 1971. 1961 Epiphone Casino – Richards first used this instrument in May 1964, shortly before the Stones' first tour of America. The guitar (along with the 1959 Les Paul Standard) became a frequently used guitar by Richards until 1966 1965 Gibson Firebird VII;- In the mid 1960s, Richards, and Brian Jones, were often seen with matching Firebird VIIs in vintage sunburst. 1957 Gibson Les Paul Custom – In 1966 Richards acquired a 1957 Les Paul Custom, and hand-painted it with psychedelic patterns in 1968. It served as his main stage and studio guitar from 1966 through the end of the Rolling Stones' 1971 UK tour. The guitar was most likely stolen during the Nellcôte burglary in July 1971, and ended up in the hands of a collector in the mid-1990s. He acquired a second late 1950s Gibson Les Paul Custom in 1969 to use in open-G tuning on the 1969 and 1970 tour. Gibson ES-355s – Richards used this semi-hollow model on stage during the Rolling Stones' 1969 tour;[ it was a favourite for both Richards and Taylor during recording sessions for Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main St.. Richards has used ES-355s on every tour since 1997. In 2006, he also unveiled a white Gibson ES-345. Gibson Les Paul Juniors – Richards has regularly used both single-cutaway and double-cutaway Juniors since 1973. The one he is most frequently seen with is a TV-yellow double-cutaway instrument nicknamed "Dice", which he has used since 1979. On recent tours he has used this guitar for "Midnight Rambler" and "Out of Control". 1953 Fender Telecaster - The guitar most associated with Richards, he acquired this butterscotch Telecaster in 1971. Nicknamed "Micawber", after a character in Charles Dickens' novel David Copperfield, it is set up for five-string open-G tuning (-GDGBD), and has an aftermarket bridge made of brass, with individual saddles rather than the 3 the original bridge would have had. Richards has removed the saddle for the low string. The neck pick-up has been replaced by Ted Newman Jones with a Gibson PAF humbucking pick-up, and the bridge pick-up has been replaced by a Fender lap steel pick-up (similar to a Fender Broadcaster pick-up). "Micawber" is one of Richards' main stage guitars, and is often used to play "Brown Sugar", "Before They Make Me Run", and "Honky Tonk Women". 1954 Fender Telecaster – A second Telecaster, also set up by Ted Newman Jones, nicknamed both "Malcolm" and "Number 2". It is also modified for 5-string open-G tuning with the same bridge setup as Micawber and has a Gibson PAF pick-up in the neck position. It has a natural finish and the wood grain is visible. 1967 Fender Telecaster – A third Telecaster used for five-string open-G playing is a dark sunburst model, which is also fitted with a Gibson PAF pick-up. The PAF on this guitar has had its cover removed, exposing the bobbins Richards has used this guitar on stage for many songs, including "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and "Tumbling Dice". 1958 Fender Stratocaster – Fellow Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood gave Richards his 1958 Mary Kaye Signature Stratocaster after the band's 1982 tour. The guitar is finished in see-through blond and fitted with gold hardware. Richards has used this guitar onstage for "You Don't Have to Mean It" and "Miss You". 1975 Fender Telecaster Custom – Richards first used this guitar on the Rolling Stones' 1975 Tour of the Americas, and it was his main stage and recording guitar until 1986. It was later adapted for five-string open-G tuning, and reappeared on stage in 2005. Ampeg Dan Armstrong plexiglas guitar – The Dan Armstrong guitar was given to Richards during rehearsals for the 1969 tour[129] and became one of his main stage and studio guitars until it was stolen during the Nellcote burglary in July 1971. For the 1972 tour, he purchased two new Dan Armstrong guitars, which he only used during the first couple of shows. Fitted with a custom-made "sustained treble" humbucker pick-up, he used the guitar mainly in standard tuning. It can be heard on "Carol", "Sympathy for the Devil", and "Midnight Rambler" on Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out. On the 1970 tour Richards added a second Dan Armstrong guitar fitted with a "rock treble" pick-up. Gibson Hummingbird – played since the late 1960s[130] Gibson L6-S Custom – Played around the time of the Black and Blue album. Appears in the promotional videos for "Crazy Mama", "Fool to Cry" and "Hot Stuff". Zemaitis Five-String – Custom-made in 1974 by British luthier Tony Zemaitis, the guitar nicknamed both "Macabre" and "the Pirate Zemaitis" was decorated with skulls, a pistol and a dagger. Richards used it as his main open-G guitar from 1975 to 1978, when it was destroyed in a fire at his rented Los Angeles home. Richards used a Japanese-made replica on the 2005–06 tour.[citation needed] Newman-Jones custom guitars – Texas luthier Ted Newman-Jones made several custom five-string instruments that Richards used on the 1973 tours of Australasia and Europe. Richards used another Newman-Jones custom model on the 1979 New Barbarians tour.
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Accused! Part 1... The party is just starting...Stay tuned for more... Cheers! Q
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Tribute to jj cale, born on this very day in 1938..Call Me The Breeze..
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November 14, 2017 Q
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drain the swamp song
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oye como vaa!
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lovin
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You will be missed, Master of Masters, !~... Cheers, FOLKS
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1995, Jerry Garcia guitarist and singer from The Grateful Dead died from a heart attack at the Serenity Knolls rehabilitation clinic in San Francisco aged 53. Garcia co-founded the New Riders of the Purple Sage and also released several solo albums. He was well known for his distinctive guitar playing and was ranked 13th in Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Guitarist's of All Time" Broke down Palace
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JoGo, Jose Gomez on Keys...Louie Coccioni on The Fretless Bass...Gerald Brown on the Drums... DanQ on Guitar.............evening at switz... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pZ2djCIbN0 .Please check out my you-tube page!!!
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Happy Birthday Gerry Garcia!
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Happy Birthday, Mick... Keep on Rocking Mick Jagger‏Verified account @MickJagger Follow More Thank you for all the birthday wishes and messages, I’ve enjoyed reading through them today and playing some music!
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OYE COMO VA!
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Peace officer
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A funky bluesy kind of jam ... dan q on bass, timmy, on alto sax, luke on drums... Have a great holiday weekend, folks!!
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Featuring Queenie on Drums..Sweet Home Chicago... Cheers!
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Have a happy Blues Thursday, Folks!!
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evil ways
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Blues Thursday!! A Country Blues today... Cheers!
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Hot Day In Spain.. An original Dan Queen composition..ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.. OLE'!!!
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London Bridge Blues............................................................................................Just jammin' with the Crew. Queenie on Drums.. "B3" on Keys. Cheers!
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WOOF!
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I've been all around this world... An old song i sing to take us, if only for a few minutes, to a simpler time, long ago... Thanks, again, Fandal Folks!!
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Happy Birthday to Taj Mahal... Born on this day in 1942... My Baby's Eyes....Cheers!
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Hey! Watermelon Man.. Thumpin' on the Bass today.. John on Drums...Stevie on Keys and Vocals.. Cheers!
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Keaka Lake.. Back at the Old Chicken Shack Blues.
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A Swing Blues Improv
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grooving on a rainy wednesday
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Love Is A Rose A Neil Young Composition. A simple yet timeless tune.. Cheers!
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Easter Organ Improvisation
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crossroads live
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Out jammin' with Gerry on Drums and Jeremy on Bass.. Cheers!
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Stevie's Blues... Featuring our buddy John on Drums and "B3" Stevie on Organ Cheers!!
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rte 66 jam
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I play guitar and upright bass to back my vocal on this one... Cheers! Astrud Gilberto (born March 29, 1940) is a Brazilian samba and bossa nova singer. She is best known ... read morefor her performance of the song "The Girl from Ipanema".
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https://vid.me/DanQVeryMuch1 Another site to post your videos!!
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Wednesday Evening Living Room Jam with B3 and Queenie.. For Blues Thursday... Cheers!
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Dan.Q
Followers 1,348   
Views 5,816,599   
Props 340,340
Location Southside
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