THE BLACK KEYS - CENTRAL PARK 2012

October 16, 2012 – 4:34 am

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THE BLACK KEYS
Central Park 2012 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Global Citizen Festival, Central Park, New York City, NY; September 29, 2012. Excellent Palladia HD broadcast.

Thanks to jefft3881 who recorded and shared this show on Dime.

This is what Patrick Doyle of Rolling Stone wrote:

[The Black Keys’ Dan] Auerbach was similarly moved: “What an amazing thing, it feels great up here,” he said. The Keys proceeded to fill the giant space with their fast, fuzzed-out riffs, Auerbach buzzing across the stage during cuts like “Howlin for You” and “Money Maker,” backed by Patrick Carney’s tight grooves. The highlight? When 60,000 fans clapped during the furious breakdown of “I Got Mine,” and Auerbach lost himself in the monster riff.

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Track 01. Howlin’ For You (6.0MB)
Track 02. Next Girl (4.9MB)
Track 03. Run Right Back (5.5MB)
Track 04. Same Old Thing (4.7MB)
Track 05. Dead And Gone (6.1MB)
Track 06. Little Black Submarines (7.6MB)
Track 07. Money Maker (5.4MB)
Track 08. Strange Times (4.4MB)
Track 09. Nova Baby (6.6MB)
Track 10. She’s Long Gone (5.7MB)
Track 11. Tighten Up (5.8MB)
Track 12. Gold On The Ceiling (6.1MB)
Track 13. Lonely Boy (5.1MB)
Track 14. I Got Mine (9.5MB)
52:24

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  1. 62 Responses to “THE BLACK KEYS - CENTRAL PARK 2012”

  2. finally something with hair…so tired of noddin` out with boring clapton and laura nyro…this blog used to be so hot and lately so not .

    By uncle remus on Oct 16, 2012

  3. Great set of music from a band which can easily serve as rock and roll’s future. These guys sound great…be fertile and musically multiply!

    By Tony on Oct 16, 2012

  4. somehow i knew this was coming..hip,’awesome’ ‘new’ music by self-important vacuous ‘musicians’

    keep the clapton and nyro coming instead-good music this blog is known for

    By joe_colostrum on Oct 16, 2012

  5. hip,’awesome’ ‘new’ music by self-important vacuous ‘musicians’

    remember when the stuff clapton did was dangerous and exciting?
    me too..now it`s predictable and pretentious and fodder for the elevator music lovin` crowd.
    I remember being excited like crazy about cat`s squirrel and rollin` and tumblin` and crossroads but that seems like two lifetimes ago..now its fun to hear raw,distorted,funky,grooves like these kids are doing ..gets the juices going again. i`m with remus except sure there`s room for clappers and nyro , but we need kids playing like this so rock and roll don`t die.Let`s not be our parents.

    By sluggo on Oct 16, 2012

  6. hey, what’s the trouble? there’s something both for the clapton lovers and fans of more recent stuff. i think we should be thankful there’s so much on offer completely free of charge, shouldn’t we? only thing that’s a nuisance is those lawyers stepping in and preventing us from getting more stuff from the likes of led zep. kind of ridiculous they’re coming up with an official release of the o2-gig five (!) years later.

    By Axel on Oct 16, 2012

  7. IF THIS IS “VACUOUS” GIVE ME MORE !
    THIS HAS MY LEFT LEG SHAKIN` LIKE A NIGHT AT A CAJUN WEDDING

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 16, 2012

  8. Clapton’s been boring for years now, but I still love the old, great stuff. Very few news bands rock like the Black Keys, and most of them don’t know what blues is. Thanks bigO, how about some Gary Clark Jr.?

    By Mark E on Oct 16, 2012

  9. Mark E. I attend many “Blues Fests” each and every year and your comment that most new bands don`t know what blues is , is a valid point.
    This opens a huge debate, I personally feel that most acts these days on the blues fest circuits seem to equate blues with volume and endless guitar solos. I don`t mind “blues-rock” but I get annoyed when it is passed off as blues per se.

    By sluggo on Oct 16, 2012

  10. Thanks for this BigO, this is great!!! ALSO…thanks for all the diverse music you feed us. All types….whether some of us can appreciate it or not.

    By DanC on Oct 16, 2012

  11. Excellent! They should do a live album. Love their studio albums though, very fresh and inspiring. Captures the spirit of bands like the Yardbirds in the 60s.

    By swlabr on Oct 17, 2012

  12. Nah…have to agree w. joe.I read a rolling stone article and they were unecessarily critical of some true artists. Full of themselves,actually

    By jim_bob on Oct 17, 2012

  13. Rolling Stone has it`s own history of being full of themselves.
    I still recall when they panned Led Zep from day one
    oh yes..they also panned the Cream.
    The best thing about rolling Stone before they went hollywood was Hunter Thompson`s writings.
    Their music coverage and reviews were often so far off the mark it was ridiculous.

    By sluggo on Oct 17, 2012

  14. I finally gave up on Rolling Stone (which had been sucking several years before) when Stevie Ray Vaughan died. All they had inside was a small quarter-page article on him while on the front cover they had some chicks from “Twin Peaks” - A TV SHOW! Anyway, love the Black Keys set! Coolsville!

    By elvislives on Oct 17, 2012

  15. Rolling Stone not only panned Cream but did it in a way that Eric Clapton AGREED with, leading him to break up the band!

    By YogaforCynics on Oct 17, 2012

  16. cream broke up because jack and ginger were always arguing and eric got tired of being the go between for them and trying to keep the peace. it wasnt erics band. it was gingers band. eric in fact was the final piece to the puzzle when it formed. ginger had to get jack to convince eric to join them and was only successful because he promised him that theyd be a jazz improvizational type outfit. they were essentially signed sight unseen. and who wouldnt have agreed to sign them? same thing with the following band blind faith the name notwithstanding. the fans and the suits at the label were expected to approve of them on blind faith. ginger stayed on with eric of course and since winwood had just previously worked with eric in 65 while eric was with mayall and they did 3 songs in the band powerhouse that were only released on the history of clapton dble lp set and were impossible to find for many years otherwise they reunited. adding the wonderful bassist rich grech. for those who didnt realize the 3 songs with winwood that eric did in that 65 line up.. one of them was crossroads. the cream classic more than 2 yrs before cream did it and 4 yrs before blind faith formed but with steve on vocals.

    By darth on Oct 18, 2012

  17. btw.. if yall dont have it.. or dont know about it.. u should pick up the new black keys tribute cd called black on blues. its amazing. i love it. and no one seems to have mentioned it. ive had it for months. but ive been a fan of the keys for years.

    Lonely Boy - Iggy Pop, Ginger Baker
    Tighten Up - Walter Trout
    Next Girl - Oli Brown Band
    Money Maker - Dave Davies, Huw Lloyd Langton
    Girl Is On My Mind - Mike Zito, Cyril Neville
    Howlin For You - Albert Lee
    Little Black Submarines - Devon Allman, Mani Neumeier
    Everlasting Light - Pat Travers
    Gold On The Ceiling - Tab Benoit
    I Got Mine - Leslie West
    Chop And Change - Larry McCray
    I’ll Be Your Man - Doug Kershaw
    Dead And Gone - Jackie Lomax
    When The Lights Go Out - Papa Mali

    By darth on Oct 18, 2012

  18. Darth, this is from Ginger Baker’s own website:

    Even so, Clapton was not yet ready to quit. Cream had one foot in the grave but he felt the band might yet return to rude health if only Steve Winwood could he brought in on keyboards. “I’d heard the tapes of Music From Big Pink by The Band and I thought, this is what I want to play not extended solos and maestro bullshit but just good funky songs.” Clapton reasoned that Winwood’s presence might stabilise the group by adding an element of song composition and a shift of emphasis towards vocals, rather than the endless instrumental improvisation which Clapton now found so tiresome.

    But before Clapton could approach Winwood, the final nail was knocked into Cream’s coffin. “Rolling Stone called me ‘the master of the cliché’ which just about knocked me cold. At that point, I decided to leave Cream.” Destroying a hand because of the opinion of a single journalist might seem drastic, but Ginger Baker confirms that Rolling Stone was Clapton’s bible. “As soon as he got it, he would read it from cover to cover. From the day he saw that review he wanted to be in the background. He didn’t want to be the focus of attention any more.”

    By YogaforCynics on Oct 18, 2012

  19. hey yoga dude, darth was there…

    By wurm on Oct 18, 2012

  20. thanks for the facts yoga

    By barth on Oct 18, 2012

  21. Rolling Stone is a typical liberal rag…. they would rather MAKE the news, than report the news.

    By THE Russian Assassin on Oct 18, 2012

  22. eric was with mayall and they did 3 songs in the band powerhouse that were only released on the history of clapton dble lp set

    I HAVE NEWS FOR YOU DARTH THESE SONGS WERE AVAILABLE LONG BEFORE THAT LP. ELEKTA RELEASED A VERY COOL LP CALLED WHAT`S SHAKIN`, I HAVE IT ON VINYL AND CASSETTE .IT FEATURED THE BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND TOM RUSH,POWERHOUSE ,LOVIN` SPOONFUL AND MORE.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 18, 2012

  23. 1966.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/What%27s_Shakin%27

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 18, 2012

  24. I stopped reading Rolling Stone when they published the first “Hot” issue with Lisa “where am i now” Bonet on the cover. I’ve been buying it again recently for their outstanding coverage of the US presidential election, especially by Matt Taibbi. The articles are very critical of Mitt Romney, so some conservatives mistakenly label it as “liberal trash”. Here’s an example: http://tinyurl.com/98dqu2y

    By Jan Weiner on Oct 18, 2012

  25. Sarge & all, “What’s Shakin’” is available on Amazon on CDs and MP3 downloads: http://tinyurl.com/9dca9gg

    By dingus on Oct 18, 2012

  26. DINGUS I STILL HAVE MY LP AND CASSETTE.I WAS BUYING A TAPE PLAYER WAY BACK IN THE DAY AND THEY THREW IN A COPY OF WHAT`S SHAKIN` AS A BONUS.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 18, 2012

  27. Very cool, Sarge! They probably had it on 8-track too!

    By dingus on Oct 18, 2012

  28. Rolling Stone started sucking outloud when the ‘Rock And Roll Record Review’ books came out (see Christgau,Swenson,Marsh) and reviewed all the recorded output by Yes with a simple word review….’No.’ But then of course all the Ramones garner 40 or more ’stars.’

    Speaks volumes.The jealousy was deafening.

    Just wondering….did Dave Marsh and Bruce Springsteen ever consummate their union?

    By jim_bob on Oct 19, 2012

  29. JIM _BOB YOU ANSWERED YOUR OWN QUESTION BECAUSE RAMONES WERE PURE ROCK AND ROLL AND YES WEREN`T.
    THERE ACTUALLY IS VERY LITTLE ROCK AND ROLL ANYMORE.THE BOOK WAS CALLED ROCK AND ROLL RECORD REVIEW NOT PROG ROCK REVIEW.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 19, 2012

  30. I don’t dispute Remus’s [implied] point that the Keys represent what is new and vibrant in Rock, but…
    “This blog used to be so hot…”???

    When you slag the other stuff provided here you slag a lot of the other regulars and, more important, the guys who Run this place would have every right to regard you as an ingrate jerk.

    Standard line applies to people who dislike what’s on offer: it’s not Your blog, so if you dislike it don’t insult the people who make it happen, go away and find something more to your taste.
    peace

    By The Real Tony (not that johnny-come-lately person)b on Oct 21, 2012

  31. if I slag an artist here only a narcissist would think i am slagging them as well.
    It isn`t all about you real tony.
    Am I only supposed to say if I like something and not comment negatively?
    that`s a strange censored world you reside in real tony.

    By uncle remus on Oct 21, 2012

  32. yoga - it seems that with the things u quoted from gingers site that what i said is quite accurate. thank u. eric wanted to leave the band. his reasoning is in the details u posted above yes. i didnt copy and paste it from gingers site like u did but i took it from things i read and remember from the various things over the last 40 years. its kinda like the beatles break up. each of them paul john ringo.. had intended on leaving the group but didnt want to tell the others. and when questioned about it said no not me.. i thought u were unhappy etc. ultimately it is accepted that paul ended things i believe at this point.
    however according to each of the members of cream and how they remember things it happened differently. erics book tells it differently than gingers site. i tend to believe somewhere in the middle but yes i know that ec was getting tired of the endless solos and being the focus. he contradicts himself in the posting u made above tho. hes not ready to quit yet he decided to leave. cant have it both ways. i think gingers memory is a little off. had those paragraphs been written 20 years ago or longer and then copied from something like a book and then posted on the site i think it would be a little more trustworthy. hes 73 now. same as my mom. and my mom didnt live the rnr lifestyle. im thinking his memories of events 44 yrs ago could be slightly off. but im just guessing. lol.

    as for the 3 powerhouse tracks.. i never had the whats shakin 66 album. i didnt know about that. i did have the ec collection that i mentioned. i never knew about the former one. great info ppl. course i was 6 when it came out and didnt collect music til much later. surely didnt buy ec records til the 70s.

    as for rolling stone magazine.. no one really takes them seriously do they? i stopped when it went to a non fold out type newspaper. i kept reading it but things changed. there were still excellent interviews and some bios but reviews of albums and concerts werent that important. u just have to pick and choose what is worth grabbing out of each article. nowadays its schlock. its like people mag or us mag. its all promotion for the music business. and its mostly pop type. it doesnt really deal with quality music anymore. its too concerned with selling issues and impressing the kids of today. they gave up on the kids of the 70s and early 80s. as far as im concerned they made a mistake but then i dont work for them.

    By darth on Oct 22, 2012

  33. RAMONES WERE OVERRATED AND IN NO WAY ROCK N ROLL. AT LEAST YES,ELP,KNEW HOW TO ACTUALLY PLAY THEIR INSTRUMENTS.
    THERE IS PLENTY OF ROCK N ROLL-ONE ONLY HAS TO LOOK FOR AND KEEP ONE’S EARS OPEN TO HEAR IT.
    —NEVER SAID ‘PROG REVIEW’

    By jim_bob on Oct 22, 2012

  34. JIM BOB I DON`T THINK YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT ROCK AND ROLL IS.
    THE RAMONES ,WERE ACTUALLY ROCK AND ROLL.
    ROCK AND ROLL ISN`T ABOUT MUSICAL PROWESS AND KNOWING HOW TO PLAY YOUR INSTRUMENT.
    ROCK AND ROLL IS ALL ABOUT ATTITUDE, ANGST ,AND REBELLION. ROCK AND ROLL IS YOUTH NOT WANTING TO HEAR THEIR PARENT`S MUSIC. ROCK AND ROLL IS THE CORK FLYING OUT OF A BOTTLED UP TEENAGER RAMPANT WITH SCREAMING HORMONES READY TO MAKE A NOISE.
    ROCK AND ROLL IS FRIGHTENING TO GROWN UPS, ELP PLAYING OOOOO WHAT A LUCKY MAN HE WAS IS FAR FROM FRIGHTENING.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 22, 2012

  35. ramones fuckin’ ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By tman on Oct 23, 2012

  36. NOPE.SORRY.

    THE RAMONES APPEALED TO EIGHT-YEAR OLDS. PROBABLY BECAUSE BOTH KNEW 3 CHORDS AND MADE A LOT OF UNLISTENABLE NOISE.

    IT’S A MATTER OF TASTE MOST ASSUREDLY,BUT IN THE CASE OF MANY SO-CALLED COGNOSCENTI AND ‘WELL_RESPECTED’ CRITICS MANY WERE JUST JEALOUS.SORT OF LIKE SOME TO WHICH “THOSE THAT CAN’T….TEACH’ IF YOU CATCH MY DRIFT

    WE HAD J.D.CONSIDINE (SEE ROLLING STONE) IN BALTIMORE.

    IF YOU”RE CHRISTGAU OR SWENSON AND REVIEW THE ENTIRE YES CATALOGUE WITH A SIMPLE ‘NO’

    #1-TELL ME WHY AND WHAT THAT MEANS-IS IT THE MUSIC AND WHY YOU DON’T LIKE IT
    #2-DON’T TRY TO BE CUTE BECAUSE THEN I CAN’T TAKE YOU SERIOUSLY OR ANYTHING ELSE YOU WRITE.

    CASE CLOSED

    By jim_bob on Oct 23, 2012

  37. Attention jim_bob - Someone’s using your name and making incredibly inappropriate comments about the Ramones!

    Fake jim_bob- The Ramones were the greatest and most influential rock n roll band of the ’70s. Every British punk band saw them and were inspired to play and record. Their first four albums were unsurpassed by anyone of that period. If their music was so easy to play, why were they never equaled?

    By dingus Ramone on Oct 23, 2012

  38. the ramones cant be overrated since they were the first at what they did. its easy to look back now at them and say stupid things about them on hindsight since clearly u werent around or paying attention if u were around when they were doing what they did when they started what they did back in the mid 70s. i wouldnt call what they did rock n roll by any means but i dont think it was intended to be. it was punk. but then ppl called the beatles and the stones punk back in the day too. course the term came to mean a different thing later on.
    an argument can be made that the pre clash band the 101′ers were around about the same time as the ramones. it isnt really important who came first. or who influenced who more or who is more important to the punk movement than who. that just doesnt matter. the fact is one band doesnt make a movement in and of itself. it takes many bands. punk can be traced back to iggy pop and the stooges and alice cooper…back to the late 60s. if ppl want to they can find punk in 65 and 66 if they try hard enough. but to put down the ramones just makes no sense. if u dont like them thats fine. to put down their contribution to the genre of music is plain ignorance. to compare them to progressive rock is hysterical. would u compare brahms to run dmc? beethoven to ll cool j? u dont put yes against the ramones any more than u would put rossini up against green day.

    By darth on Oct 23, 2012

  39. Know what’s great about the Big-O site? This amazing posting of hard-to-find music also features a discussion that takes the Black Keys back to the Ramones and even includes Laura Nero and Brahms references. I LOVE IT!

    By Johnny Kinkdom on Oct 23, 2012

  40. WELL JIM BOB IN ORDER FOR THIS TO BE A FAIR ARGUMENT WE NEED TO ESTABLISH WHAT IS ROCK AND ROLL. YOU`VE READ MY PIECE AND KNOW WHERE I STAND ON THE MATTER.
    WHAT IS ROCK AND ROLL TO YOU ?
    I SIMPLY CANNOT DISCUSS BANDS LIKE ELP OR YES ETC IN A ROCK AND ROLL COMPARISON.
    YOU WANT TO COMPARE LITTLE RICHARD AND THE BLASTERS OR SONNY BURGESS , FAIR DEAL THOSE ARE ROCK AND ROLL PLAYERS BUT THE PROG BANDS WITH ALL THEIR SYNTHS ETC ARE SIMPLY NOT ROCK AND ROLL.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 23, 2012

  41. i wouldnt call what they did rock n roll by any means but i dont think it was intended to be.

    OF COURSE THEY WERE ROCK AND ROLL DARTH. PUNK WAS REAL ROCK AND ROLL.PUNK WAS TIRED OF SLICK BANDS LIKE THE EAGLES AND STEELY DAN ETC. PUNK WAS ROCK AND ROLL WITH A NEW NAME PLAIN AND SIMPLE.PUNK LIKE ROCK WAS MUSIC FOR THE WORKING CLASS.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 23, 2012

  42. eagles and steely dan wasnt rock n roll. they never claimed to be. btw.. why are u yelling? if u can read what im typing.. u cant claim u cant see. so i dont see why u are screaming. its not like u cant see what youre typing so why are u yelling at us?
    anyway.. fagen kinda attempted to get into a rock n roll mindset altho with a soul feel to it when he drifted away from steely dan with his rock n soul revue i suppose altho i think theres more of an r&b feel there. but as muddy said the blues had a baby and they named it rock n roll.
    i dont accept your premise about the ramones being rock n roll. and i feel theres a huge difference between rock.. and rock & roll.
    i dont understand why u feel like steely dan or the eagles isnt music for ppl who work. if u use that mindset.. it seems to me that the ramones is for kids who refuse to work. punks. kids who say fuck the world. live off mom n dad. fuck education. fuck everything. fuck u fuck this fuck that. theyre punks. hey i lived thru that time. i actually toured with the ramones as their photographer from 81 thru 83. i grew up with them in my neighborhood and went to over 100 of their shows in the late 70s early 80s. after 84 or so i stopped going but i was pretty close with them. i know their mind set and the ppl their music catered to. sorry i think the stones and the kinks are more for the ‘working class’ than the ramones. altho im not exactly sure what that expression means.

    By darth on Oct 23, 2012

  43. i actually toured with the ramones as their photographer from 81 thru 83. i grew up with them in my neighborhood and went to over 100 of their shows in the late 70s early 80s. after 84 or so i stopped going but i was pretty close with them.

    it always comes down to you doesn`t it darth.
    man your act is getting so old and pathetic. Is there anyone you didn`t hang around with ? what a load of bs.

    By Undle lengin on Oct 23, 2012

  44. i think the stones and the kinks are more for the ‘working class’ than the ramones.
    IF YOU THINK THIS IS YELLIN DARTH YOU NEED TO TELL THAT LITTLE VOICE IN YOUR HEAD TO TALK QUIETER WHEN YOU ARE READING. BANDS THAT MAKE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TOURING AND SELLING RECORDS AREN`T PLAYING FOR THE WORKING CLASS DUH.
    STEELY DAN AND EAGLES = ROCK AND ROLL?
    WOW YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT ROCK AND ROLL 3 CHORDS , 2 MINUTES AND 32 SECONDS WHAM BAM THANK YOU MAAM.NOT SLICK LA PRODUCED GLAM FROM A STUDIO. NO MORE ARGUING WITH DOLTS THAT DON`T KNOW ROCK AND ROLL FROM ROCK OR ROCK AND ROLL FROM L.A.SHLOCK . OVER AND OUT.THAT LOUD ENUFF FOR YOU ?

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 23, 2012

  45. “THE RAMONES APPEALED TO EIGHT-YEAR OLDS. PROBABLY BECAUSE BOTH KNEW 3 CHORDS AND MADE A LOT OF UNLISTENABLE NOISE.”

    “#2-DON’T TRY TO BE CUTE BECAUSE THEN I CAN’T TAKE YOU SERIOUSLY OR ANYTHING ELSE YOU WRITE.”

    pot calls kettle black.

    By barth on Oct 23, 2012

  46. BARTH I`LL REPLY TO YOUR EXCELLENT POSTS WHEN I GET BACK FROM TOURING AND TAKING PICTURES OF EVERY ACT ON THE ROAD AT THIS MOMENT. LOVE SARGE.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 23, 2012

  47. im out there too sarge. im too busy to post anything online but i have some great photos. lets have a few beers when we cross paths. ill ask kate upton to set you up with one of her friends. f8 and be there.

    By barth on Oct 23, 2012

  48. i dont care by the ramones. 9 words 1 minute 32 seconds. rock n roll.

    By barth on Oct 23, 2012

  49. ACTUALLY BARTH , KATE AND I STOPPED SEEING EACH OTHER WHEN SHE FOUND OUT I WAS FRIENDS WITH , CHRISSIE HYNDE MELISSA ETHERIDGE WENDY O WILLIAMS JANIS JOPLIN GRACE SLICK JOOLS DRISCOLL NANCY WILSON LUCINDA WILLIAMS AND JOAN JETT JUST TO NAME A FEW.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 23, 2012

  50. sarge, i guess that explains why she wont wear the camo undies i had made for her by my dear friends betsey johnson and anna wintour. too many memories…

    if you should happen to be in the south of france during your tour, stop by keith richards castle. the good lad has given me run of the place for a month whilst vacationing with the family in tahiti. bardot, francoise hardy, marion cotillard, catherine deneuve, and sophie marceau are here already, marianne faithful, vanessa paradis, adele, and norah jones should arrive any day now.

    do stop in, won’t you?

    By barth on Oct 24, 2012

  51. At least he has someone to talk to…himself. Shame he has to share his lonely conversations with everyone.

    By Paul on Oct 24, 2012

  52. BARTH WE CAN SELL PIX OF ADELES BABY TO THE SMUT MAGS FOR SOME COIN .
    ON THE OTHER HAND ITS FUNNY THAT KEITH LET ME STAY THERE TWO MONTHS AGO AND THEN TURNS AROUND AND LETS YOU AS WELL. GUESS ITS ALL ABOUT FRIENDS WITH KEITH .
    MY BIRTHDAY PICTURES OF BILL WYMAN ARE READY.

    By DROPKICKSARGE on Oct 24, 2012

  53. so that’s why i couldn’t find any pinot noir or jack daniels!

    By barth on Oct 25, 2012

  54. good points all jim bob.Ramones weren’t rock and roll and not even good ‘punk’ They weren’t even The Damned,Stiff Little Fingers or (choke) The Clash. The brits did a better job if you like that sort of thing…

    By joe colostrum on Oct 28, 2012

  55. idiot

    By barth on Oct 29, 2012

  56. i’m with you joe.Whatever you want to call it-punk or …-it wasn’t very listenable or listenable at all I should say.Better you’d like Iggy or The Pistols`

    By slim whitman on Oct 29, 2012

  57. ditto

    By barth on Oct 29, 2012

  58. watch out slim you got barff headed towards you (don’t let ‘im get any on your shoes,lol).

    some kids will do anything for attention

    By joe colostrum on Oct 29, 2012

  59. indeed they will mr secretion

    By barth on Oct 29, 2012

  60. lol joe.

    btw - theres a nice 20 song show from seattle from back in may on tube. its audience but its very nice sounding.
    set list -
    01 - Howlin’ for You
    02 - Next Girl
    03 - Run Right Back
    04 - Same Old Thing
    05 - Dead and Gone
    06 - Gold on the Ceiling
    07 - Thickfreakness
    08 - Girl Is On My Mind
    09 - I’ll Be Your Man
    10 - Your Touch
    11 - Little Black Submarines
    12 - Money Maker
    13 - Strange Times
    14 - Nova Baby
    15 - Ten Cent Pistol
    16 - Tighten Up
    17 - Lonely Boy
    Encore:
    18 - Everlasting Light
    19 - She’s Long Gone
    20 - I Got Mine

    By darth on Oct 29, 2012

  61. the keys were on colbert on wed nite and did 2 songs. one of them didnt air but its on his site. that one is turn blue. the one that did air is fever. total time for both is under 9mins.

    By darth on May 16, 2014

  62. The new Black Keys concert - over half an hour - is available on Letterman Concerts

    By Job Hunter on May 16, 2014

  63. yeah i posted a link to it earlier on another page. i think on the neil young one. i forgot that bigo had 2 black keys items from 2012 where i could have posted a comment. they did a couple of songs on snl then the letterman appearance then colbert.

    By darth on May 17, 2014

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