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Video Links For 11/24/2008

Chet Atkins - Dill Pickles Rag
I found a boatload of ragtime sheet music at the University of Colorado, which I will be logging later.  Here are two rags that I found on YouTube, which I think complement the Thanksgiving holidays.  This recording by Chet Atkins is wonderful.


Dill Pickles Rag (1910)
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John Arpin - Bohemia Rag
This is a great piece of music to play on Thanksgiving holiday.


Bohemia Rag (1912)
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The Mississippi Sheiks - Sitting On Top Of The World (1930) [Lyrics]
This is their big hit from 1930.

 
Mississippi Sheiks
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Hank Thompson / A Six Pack To Go [Lyrics]
Hey, there is always someone drinking on Thanksgiving, Friday, Saturday ... This includes two versions of the song: the original recording and a live version.


Hank Thompson
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The Luv'd Ones - "Up Down Sue" (1966) [Lyrics]
I never heard of these women before but they were really ahead of their times and appropriate for this holiday week.


The Luv'd Ones
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Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Driftin' Blues (Monterey 1967)
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band at their very best plays live at my old stomping grounds in Monterey.


Paul Butterfield Blues Band
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Nancy Sinatra - Your Groovy Self (Speedway '68) [Lyrics]
This seems like the kind of movie that could be on in the background at a big surreal family Thanksgiving dinner.

 
Nancy Sinatra
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Instant Karma - John Lennon [Lyrics]
This is a great song by John Lennon to celebrate Thanksgiving.  I also included the live cover by the German band Tokyo Hotel.


John Lennon


Tokio Hotel
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Stevie Ray Vaughan - The Sky is Crying ( Albert and BB King) [Lyrics]
This is great blues.

 

Stevie Ray Vaughn and The Kings
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Carrot Song
And closing out this food theme for Thanksgiving are The Potato Song, The Ramen Song and the Rice Song.

 
The Carrot Song
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