Friday, April 15, 2011


Black and white, wide angle lens fun with, from top:

-one of many 1990s configurations of Fleetwood Mac at the Universal Amphitheatre. I gave known Stevie Nicks' enthusiast and She Rok drummer Lisa Lichtenstein, whom I spotted while being strongarmed off the premises post-press photography, my photo pass sticker on the fly as keepsake;

-The Masters Of Reality with no less than the mighty Ginger Baker on drums which made complete sense to me. The Masters waxed Cream-like in their eclecticism despite preponderance of blues, and the singer's sound resembled that of Jack Bruce to the naked ear. Baker even reprised an update of sorts of Cream debut LP's "Pressed Rat And Warthog" in his spoken word ditty for the
Masters' "T.U.S.A." a paean to English tea preparation. I sure
hope that wasn't a penis silhouetted in the foreground;

-and ad hoc strong singer/songwriter/instrumentalists' ensemble performance, post-Sheryl Crow Tuesday Night Music Club-type members, from left South Africa's Johnny Clegg, handsome and genial David Baerwald (co-writer of Crow's breakthrough hit "All I Wanna Do,") Lisa Germano, session violinist extraordinaire, and Freedy Johnston at the Troubadour, West Hollywood CA,
June 3, 1993.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The debonair Mr. Baerwald -- plus a shot of the Ginger Baker-era Masters. Nice.
-Chris Morris

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