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Saturday Night Special: Fishin' Blues Taj Mahal

Fishin’ Blues
Taj Mahal
Written By Henry Thomas

Ain’t Gwine Whistle Dixie Anymo’
See More By Blackwell, Davis, Gilmore, Taj Mahal

She Caught The Katy (And Left Me A Mule To Ride)
Taj Mahal & Todd Rundgren
Written by Taj Mahal & Yank Rachell

Statesboro Blues
Taj Mahal & Gregg Allman
Written By Blind Willie McTell

Six Days On The Road
Taj Mahal & The Rolling Stones
Written By Earl Green & Carl Montgomery

My Creole Belle
Taj Mahal & Doc Watson
Written By John Hurt, Adapted by Taj Mahal

Cakewalk Into Town
Taj Mahal
Written By Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal & Etta Baker
Written by Inez Foxx

Saturday Night Special is dedicated to lyricism and generally focuses on songwriters; but, every once in a while we feature artists like The Carter Family, Huddie Ledbetter and Taj Mahal, who produce both original and traditional works in a manner that makes the singer and the song timeless.

Taj Mahal introduced two generations to the acoustic blues style of the Deep South, mixing that sound with African influenced music from many eras and places. When you tune in to Taj, as so many famous artists have done, you truly "Take A Giant Step Outside Your Mind"See Less
06.27.2015 at 05:36 pmLike
A maternity dress worn by Jackie Kennedy, another that she wore on a trip to Greece after the death of her infant son and 79 candid photos of the Kennedy family during the Camelot era are being offeredSee More in an online auction ending Thursday June 25 at 5PM PDT

Read more about the auction by clicking on the article below

Read catalog descriptions by scrolling through the photos

Link to CNN article

Link to Auction Catalog
http://natedsanders.com/catalog.aspxSee Less
06.24.2015 at 04:00 pmLike
Saturday Night Special: Teach Your Children Graham Nash.

This edition of Saturday Night Special is dedicated to the nine individuals in Charleston, SC who lost their lives while attesting to the better
See More angels of their nature. May God rest their souls and have mercy on ours.

Teach Your Children
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Wounded Bird
Graham Nash

Man’s A Man

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

On A Carousel
The Hollies
Harold Clarke, Tony Hick, Graham Nash

Our House
Crosby, Stills & Nash

Carrie Anne
The Hollies
Harold Clarke, Graham Nash, Tony Hicks

Marrakesh Express
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Just A Song Before I Go
Crosby, Stills & Nash

All songs written by Graham Nash unless otherwise noted

Graham Nash teamed with Stephen Stills, David Crosby and Neil Young to form one of the great musical acts of the rock era. His simple lyrics with the Hollies portrayed the exuberance of the early sixties; while his exquisite sense of language captured the introspective conscience of a social movement, as naivete gave way to the questioning of all assumptions.See Less
06.20.2015 at 08:30 pmLike
Egyptian shroud set for rare auction in Paris

A rare ancient Egyptian burial cloth more than 3,000 years old is to go under the hammer on Thursday in Paris, an exceptional sale of an artifact usually
See More found only in museum collections.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp/article-3126407/Egyptian-shroud-set-rare-auction-Paris.htmlSee Less
06.19.2015 at 04:30 pmLike
Why is June 14th Flag Day? On that day in 1777, the original stars and stripes design, thirteen stars arranged in a circle on a blue field in the upper left corner with the attendant red and white stripesSee More completing the standard, was officially adopted as the American flag.

Flag Day celebrates the birthday of the Stars and Stripes; however, the holiday's own origins are a little harder to pin down. Beginning in 1885, it was celebrated by individual localities at first and then various states, which one by one joined the festivities, until May 30th, 1916, when President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed June 14th as a day of recognition in honor of the country's flag.

But that wasn't the end of the long road to official status. It was not until August 3rd, 1949, that President Harry Truman signed an Act of Congress designating June 14th of each year as National Flag Day.

So, Happy 238th birthday to the American flag and, depending on how you calculate it, happy130th or 99th or 66th birthday to Flag Day. Wouldn't it be nice if we, as individuals, had the same option in regard to our age? :)See Less
06.14.2015 at 04:00 pmLike