Oh cool. Thanks for the info. I am glad the poster is still up. I want to visit California someday. It's on my bucket list. I checked out that soundtrack and it looks good. Classic songs everyone has heard of. Josh Jplin is a huge fan of Phil Ochs. Anyone that's a fan of Phil Ochs is cool in my book.
I am sure I mentioned this before but I can't stop listening to Jackie Greene. He's an Americana artist who can play every instrument and has released about 8 solo albums and is about to release an album with his new super group Trigger Hippy. Jackie is only 33 soon to be 34 and gets compaired to Bob Dylan. Folk, Rock, Soul, Blues and whatever wlse he feels like playing. He's also played with lots of greats including The Black Crowes and Bob Weir just to name a few. I picked up an early copy of Trigger Hippy's debut album when I saw them in concert and boy is it good. It's mixes rock and soul without the filler. One minute they sound like Zeppelin the next they sound like the Band. It's a new band with an old school through back sound.. This is what I found on Amazon.com about Trigger Hippy.
'You can see this as a player's band, explains co-founder Steve Gorman, who also co-founded The Black Crowes, 'but it really is a band, in the true sense of that word.' Vocals are shared by multi-platinum singer Joan Osborne and veteran recording artist Jackie Greene. Rounding out the band are lead guitarist Tom Bukovac and bassist Nick Govrik, who wrote many of the band's songs. The Nashville-based quintet's debut album on Rounder Records draws on the strengths of all five, both individually and collectively, and showcases influences and inspiration from Memphis soul to rock, country and blues. One can sense The Band here, and Little Feat, some Led Zeppelin, and a tent revival; a full palette. Gorman rightly calls it a 'rock band that can jam.'
You can stream all of Jackie Greene's solo album for free at the link below. Enjoy the tunes.http://triggerhippy.net/ http://www.jackiegreene.com/music/