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The Sex Pistols, recorded at the Kingfish (present site of Southdowns Gym), Baton Rouge La, on January 9, 1978.

One of only seven shows played in the US by the original Sex Pistols.

0:00 Intro
1:22 God Save the Queen
4:51 I Wanna Be Me
8:48 Seventeen
11:09 New York
14:39 EMI
18:28 Bodies
22:47 Belsen Was a Gas
25:21 Submission
29:33 Holidays in the Sun
34:05 No Feelings
37:17 Problems
42:02 Pretty Vacant
45:30 Anarchy in the U.K.
49:14 No Fun
55:33 Liar






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Cdawg
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don't know what I want, but I know how to get it.......





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I just dont understand why they are so angry





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that pic with Huey is awesome





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Impressive sir.





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Had a thread about Bollocks the other day. I am much older and have found a new appreciation for this album.






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cool...





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I fricking hate the sex pistols





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quote:

I fricking hate the sex pistols

then go phish






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hate the sex pistols


Then you have no appreciation for music. They are one of the bands that helped change music and inspired a ton of other artists. You are just mad because we picked on your hippie band.






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You're quite the renaissance man comrade.



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James Brown -- Boston Garden, April 5th 1968 (complete video)

James Brown calms Boston following the King assassination (history.com)

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On the morning after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., city officials in Boston, Massachusetts, were scrambling to prepare for an expected second straight night of violent unrest. Similar preparations were being made in cities across America, including in the nation's capital, where armed units of the regular Army patrolled outside the White House and U.S. Capitol following President Johnson's state-of-emergency declaration. But Boston would be nearly alone among America's major cities in remaining quiet and calm that turbulent Friday night, thanks in large part to one of the least quiet and calm musical performers of all time. On the night of April 5, 1968, James Brown kept the peace in Boston by the sheer force of his music and his personal charisma.

Brown's appearance that night at the Boston Garden had been scheduled for months, but it nearly didn't happen. Following a long night of riots and fires in the predominantly black Roxbury and South End sections of the city, Boston's young mayor, Kevin White, gave serious consideration to canceling an event that some feared would bring the same kind of violence into the city's center. The racial component of those fears was very much on the surface of a city in which school integration and mandatory busing had played a major role in the recent mayoral election. Mayor White faced a politically impossible choice: anger black Bostonians by canceling Brown's concert over transparently racial fears, or antagonize the law-and-order crowd by simply ignoring those fears. The idea that resolved the mayor's dilemma came from a young, African American city councilman name Tom Atkins, who proposed going on with the concert, but finding a way to mount a free, live broadcast of the show in the hopes of keeping most Bostonians at home in front of their TV sets rather than on the streets.

Atkins and White convinced public television station WGBH to carry the concert on short notice, but convincing James Brown took some doing. Due to a non-compete agreement relating to an upcoming televised concert, Brown stood to lose roughly $60,000 if his Boston show were televised. Ever the savvy businessman, James Brown made his financial needs known to Mayor White, who made the very wise decision to meet them.

The broadcast of Brown's concert had the exact effect it was intended to, as Boston saw less crime that night than would be expected on a perfectly normal Friday in April. There was a moment, however, when it appeared that the plan might backfire. As a handful of young, male fans—most, but not all of them black—began climbing on stage mid-concert, white Boston policemen began forcefully pushing them back. Sensing the volatility of the situation, Brown urged the cops to back away from the stage, then addressed the crowd. "Wait a minute, wait a minute now WAIT!" Brown said. "Step down, now, be a gentleman....Now I asked the police to step back, because I think I can get some respect from my own people."

Brown successfully restored order while keeping the police away from the crowd, and continued the successful peacekeeping concert in honor of the slain Dr. King on this day in 1968.








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Grand Ole Opry November 12, 1949

01 Intro
02 Shortnin' Bread -- Red Foley
03 Rod Brasfield monologue
04 You're Gonna Change Or I'm Gonna Leave - Hank Williams
05 Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho -- Wally Fowler & the Oak Ridge Quartet
06 Cleanse Me -- Red Foley
07 Minnie Pearl monologue
08 Country Boy -- Little Jimmy Dickens
09 Mule Train -- Red Foley
10 Outro













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quote:

that pic with Huey is awesome


Totally agreed!!






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fricking A!

nice.




ETA: OUTSTANDING



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In the future I may need some help coming up with non-Phish concerts





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