We just saw Pat Metheny at the Ridgefield playhouse in Connecticut last September. Quite a treat and wort the plane ride.
Keeping the thread alive, hope you are well. Royalties from Matrix sales should be on the way
The 1989 Red Hot Chili Peppers studio album “Mother’s Milk” contains raucous cover versions of Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground” and Jimi Hendrix’s “Fire.” The real cover magic happens on the 2003 CD “Definitive Remaster,” though, which includes several bonus tracks including kickass live versions of Hendrix’s “Castles Made of Sand” and “Crosstown Traffic” recorded in Cleveland in 1989.
This one was recalled to mind by Jay Jay’s article in Copper today. My fave is Those Helicopters’ cover of “A World Without Love”:
A very creative album, her best.
“Return of the Grievous Angel”
Grateful Dead covers in the bluegrass tradition …
“The performances featured on this compilation celebrate Jimi Hendrix’s unique spirit and remarkable catalog in a symphonic context, featuring Sting, Carlos Santana, Brian Hay, John McLaughlin, Taj Mahal, Eric Schenkman, Steve Lukather, Paul Rodgers, Buddy Miles, Bootsy Collins, Tony Williams, Stanley Clarke, Robben Ford, Sass Jordan, Cozy Powell, Corey Glover, Hiram Bullock, Toots Thielemans, Bernie Worrell, Doug Pinnick, Dave Abbruzzese, Billy Cox, Noel Redding, and Steve Vai with the London Metropolitan Orchestra.” The real force behind this Hendrix tribute album is producer/engineer Eddie Kramer, who engineered Hendrix’s original albums.”
Eileen Jewel, Butcher Holler, Loretta Lynn songs.
This picture is not the CD cover but included in the booklet.
Rage Against the Machine’s Album Renegades. Year 2000. Actually my favorite album of there’s.
Ha ha, yeah, the moon on the album cover definitely eclipses that audio track!