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First world roster problems: solving some of the Leafs' lineup troubles

First world roster problems: solving some of the Leafs' lineup troubles

The lineup will undoubtedly be weaker without Hyman AND Nylander, replacing them with Leivo and one of Moore/Timashov/[insert other AHLer here], but this is exactly what we have all that AHL depth for — to serve as at least competent replacements in

OZZY OSBOURNE: 'I'm Singing Better Than Ever'

OZZY OSBOURNE: 'I'm Singing Better Than Ever'

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee and Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Ozzy Osbourne kicked off the North American leg of his "No More Tours 2", a reference to his 1992 "No More Tours" trek, last night (August 30) in Allentown, Pennsylvania

Happy 75th Birthday Robert Hunter: The Unreleased 'Alligator Moon' LP

Grateful Dead lyricist and Songwriters Hall Of Fame inductee alongside longtime collaborator Jerry Garcia, the renowned Robert Hunter celebrates his 75th birthday today. The man who penned the words to such classic Dead tunes such as “Friend Of The Devil,” “Ripple,” “Dire Wolf,” “Sugaree” and scores of others has also fostered a several-decades-long solo career of his own and for his birthday today, here’s a look back at an unreleased “lost” album he recorded in the late 1970s.

In 1977 and into early 1978, Hunter toured with his band Comfort . Though the group composed of guitarist Kevin Morgenstern , violin/mandolin/banjo player Rodney Albin , drummer Pat Lorenzano , bassist Larry Klein , keyboardist Ozzie Ahlers and vocalists Marleen Molle and Kathleen Klein continued to tour through May 1978, soon after they disbanded. In October 1977, Comfort assembled with keyboardist Richard McNees to record an album purportedly titled

Источник: JamBase

GarciaLive Volume 1: Capitol Theatre, 3/1/80 | Preview

. The 3-CD set features the complete performance of the JGB (there was an early show and a late show) at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ, on March 1, 1980.The shows were originally recorded in multi-track for live broadcast by New York radio station WNEW-FM. The choice of a 1980 show for the debut of this new series is a good one, pairing superior live-recording technology with Garcia and his band still in prime form. The sound quality produced by the remastering is excellent, certainly far better than would have been heard during the original broadcast. It’s easily as good as the best of the Dick’s/Dave’s Picks releases.The Capitol Theatre show came at the end of a short East Coast swing by Garcia , who was joined at the time by John Kahn on bass, Ozzie Ahlers on keyboards and Johnny

Источник: Grateful Web

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