Friday, July 12, 2013

Live at the Troubadour

As complex as the times were, the music was simple in its purity.
Carole King, James Taylor, Jackson Browne,  Crosby and Nash, Eagles, Cheech and Chong ( yes, really) and more took part in the platform of Doug Weston's Troubadour.
Weston - complex; the music - pure.
Think of your favorite faded jeans, your favorite shirt, your favorite shoes or chair and bury yourself in the comfort of a look back to a time when the country was changing and music was changing too.
To this music fan, there's nothing more innocent than the soft strum of an acoustic guitar and lyrical messages that comfort ones soul during reflection, bad times or good, and the pleasure of the company of an old friend.
History of music, history of our country, an education of music royalty, watch "Troubadours - The Rise of the Singer-Songwriter"  and transform yourself back to the rage and age of innocence of the late 60s and early 70s.
For lovers of this musical history era and for those lovers of music in general, your library isn't complete nor are you doing your musical knowledge justice if you don't own this CD/DVD treasure.

 Peace, Love and Happiness.

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