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  • Los Angeles - A Brief Geographical Analysis

    4:17

    Sorry about the audio jumping around a bit in quality - some of it was recorded at different locations with different acoustics. I'm also hoping to get a better microphone soon. I know this is a bit of a different upload than usual, and that's because it was a school project but I'm proud of the work I put into it, so I decided to upload it to my channel.

    Resources in Harvard form:
    Census profile: Los Angeles, CA. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    404 | WorldPopulationReview.com. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Access to this page has been denied. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    West Coast of the United States - Wikipedia. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Holiday Weather. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Climate of Los Angeles - Wikipedia. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Los Angeles: Geography and Climate. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Moovit Public Transit Index. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Free Stock Video – Videezy n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018]

    Unlimited City - Los Angeles Timelapse 4K. 2013. (via Emeric Le Bars) Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Why Doesn't It Snow in L.A. Anymore?. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Felipe de Neve - Wikipedia. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    Best Hollywood Hills Realtor | Splash Magazines | Los Angeles. n.d. Available at [Accessed 09 September 2018].

    *Note that the websites weren’t only visited on these dates, but I used them all on the 9th of September 2018 at the latest, so left it at that.

    Thanks for watching

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  • 2. Chicago --Top City Skylines--

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    Chicago (USA)

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  • Toto - Africa

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    Lyrics:

    I hear the drums echoing tonight
    But she hears only whispers of some quiet conversation
    She's coming in twelve-thirty flight
    Her moonlit wings reflect the stars that guide me towards salvation
    I stopped an old man along the way
    Hoping to find some old forgotten words or ancient melodies
    He turned to me as if to say: Hurry boy, it's waiting there for you

    It's gonna take a lot to drag me away from you
    There's nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do
    I bless the rains down in Africa
    Gonna take some time to do the things we never had

  • Chicago, Illinois – NYO-USA Video Postcard

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    The National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America returned to the big city for its fifth tour stop: Chicago, Illinois. After an architectural boat tour on the Chicago River, the orchestra performed at Frank Gehry’s stunning Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park.

    This cello ensemble cover of “What a Wonderful World” was performed by the NYO-USA cello section.

    Watch more postcards from the orchestra’s US tour:

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    Each summer, Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute brings together the brightest young musicians from across the country (ages 16–19) to form the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America (NYO-USA). In 2014, following a two-week training residency with leading professional orchestra musicians, these remarkable teenagers are joined by conductor David Robertson and violinist Gil Shaham for an eight-city coast-to-coast US tour. To learn more about NYO-USA, visit

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  • Polo G Answers Kids Questions | Arts & Raps | All Def

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  • Lomelda on Audiotree Live

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    Hannah Read is the songwriter and creative force behind Lomelda: a contemplative indie rock project signed to Double Double Whammy. Read is from the remote town of Silsbee, TX, and her 2017 release Thx reflects on the solitary geography and miles between those you love that's commonplace in this region. Her subdued vocal style forces you to listen closely, revealing the organic melody contained within her climactic poetry.

    Recorded on January 19, 2018 in Chicago, IL.

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  • Illinois state song

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    Illinois is the state song of the U.S. state of Illinois.Illinois became the state song by an act of the 54th Illinois General Assembly (1925).State of Illinois ( Land of Lincoln; The Prairie State) official anthem and state flag USA Illinois.Motto : State sovereignty, national union.Three U.S. presidents have been elected while living in Illinois: Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and Barack Obama. Additionally, Ronald Reagan, whose political career was based in California, was the only U.S. president born and raised in Illinois. Today, Illinois honors Lincoln with its official state slogan, Land of Lincoln, which has been displayed on its license plates since 1954.The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is located in the state capital of Springfield.Illinois is the modern spelling for the early French Catholic missionaries and explorers' name for the Illinois Native Americans, a name that was spelled in many different ways in the early records.Illinois is a leader in music education having hosted the Midwest Clinic: An International Band and Orchestra Conference since 1946, as well being home to the Illinois Music Educators Association (IMEA), one of the largest professional music educator's organizations in the country. Each summer since 2004, Southern Illinois University Carbondale has played host to the Southern Illinois Music Festival, which presents dozens of performances throughout the region. Past featured artists include the Eroica Trio and violinist David Kim.Two Major League Baseball teams are located in the state. The Chicago Cubs of the National League play in the second-oldest major league stadium (Wrigley Field) and are widely known for having the longest championship drought in all of major American sport: not winning the World Series since 1908.[110][111] The Chicago White Sox of the American League won the World Series in 2005, their first since 1917. They play on the city's south side at U.S. Cellular Field.
    The Chicago Bears football team has won nine total NFL Championships, the last occurring in Super Bowl XX on January 26, 1986.
    The Chicago Bulls of the NBA is one of the most recognized basketball teams in the world, due largely to the efforts of Michael Jordan, who led the team to six NBA championships in eight seasons in the 1990s.
    The Chicago Blackhawks of the NHL began playing in 1926 as a member of the Original Six and have won six Stanley Cups, most recently in 2015.
    The Chicago Fire soccer club is a member of MLS and has been one of the league's most successful and best-supported clubs since its founding in 1997, winning one league and four Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cups in that timespan.
    The Chicago Sky of the Women's National Basketball Association, a franchise in the pro league since 2006.Springfield is the capital of the U.S. state of Illinois and the county seat of Sangamon County. Illinois State University (ISU), founded in 1857, is the oldest public university in Illinois, United States; it is located in the town of Normal.The Illinois State Police (ISP) is the state police force of Illinois.The main facilities of the Illinois State Police Academy, which were constructed in 1968, are located in Springfield.The Illinois agility test is a fitness test designed to test one's sport agility.Chicago,Illinois(Windy City) is the third most populous city in the United States.Illinois is the second studio album by American country music artist Brett Eldredge. Illinois state song lyrics :
    By thy rivers gently flowing, Illinois, Illinois,
    O'er the prairies verdant growing, Illinois, Illinois,
    Comes an echo on the breeze.
    Rustling through the leafy trees, and its mellow tones are these, Illinois, Illinois,
    And its mellow tones are these, Illinois.
    Eighteen-eighteen saw your founding, Illinois, Illinois,
    And your progress is unbounding, Illinois, Illinois,
    Pioneers once cleared the lands,
    Where great industries now stand. World renown you do command, Illinois, Illinois,
    World renown you do command, Illinois.
    From a wilderness of prairies, Illinois, Illinois,
    Straight thy way and never varies, Illinois, Illinois,
    Till upon the inland sea,
    Stands thy great commercial tree, turning all the world to thee, Illinois, Illinois,
    Turning all the world to thee, Illinois.
    When you heard your country calling, Illinois, Illinois,
    Where the shot and shell were falling, Illinois, Illinois,
    When the Southern host withdrew,
    Pitting Gray against the Blue, there were none more brave than you, Illinois, Illinois,
    There were none more brave than you, Illinois.
    Not without thy wondrous story, Illinois, Illinois,
    Can be writ the nation's glory, Illinois, Illinois,
    On the record of thy years,
    Abraham Lincoln's name appears, Grant and Logan, and our tears, Illinois, Illinois,
    Grant and Logan, and our tears, Illinois.
    Let us pledge in final chorus, Illinois, Illinois
    That in struggles still before us, Illinois, Illinois
    To our heroes we'll be true,
    As their vision we pursue. In abid

  • Talking with the Blues Vol. 18 - Big Apple Blues - New York City

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    Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs From The USA - Big Apple Blues - New-York City
    A collection of contemporary blues songs from New York City, 2002.

    The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

    Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

    The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

    Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard.

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  • Chadwick Stokes - Indiana Fall Official Audio

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    Indiana Fall appears on the new Chadwick Stokes EP The Horse Comanche B-Sides: The Story of Bobby and Maeve. The EP is out now on Ruff Shod / Thirty Tigers.

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    Footage filmed by Shelby Pollard in Chicago, IL during the recording of Indiana Fall.

    Lyrics:

    Indiana fall
    Indiana fall
    Indiana fall I’ll tell em
    That’s what I always said to myself inside my head
    Someday we'll have a bed and I will love her

    But I just kept putting it off
    Never seemed to be the right time in the day
    And if I was to say it
    I would need a box of wine maybe a box of rain
    To fall down on our makeshift house that we built to keep us dry

    I love you more than you’ll ever know
    Though you can’t hear me now
    And I’ll make a life for us that’s all our own
    Even if your body I can’t see

    You know I never wanted a house
    Never wanted to be anywhere for any stretch of time
    Build a life out on the road
    Just like the Indians we’d move when we got cold
    And we would stop when we found a soft patch that was flat and dry

    I love you more than you’ll ever know
    Though you can’t hear me know
    And I’ll make a life for us that’s all our own
    Even if your body I can’t see

    Indiana fall
    Indiana fall
    Indiana fall I’ll tell ‘em
    That’s what I always said to myself inside my head
    Someday we'll have a bed and I will love her

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  • Audio Geography

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    Audio Geography · Sundowner

    Four One Five Two

    ℗ 2007 Red Scare

    Released on: 2007-03-13

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  • mile magnificent - lyric video

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    LINER NOTES:
    i was told i wasn’t allowed to call this song, “chicago is better than new york” even though, objectively, chicago is better than new york, and i have two different magnets to prove it.

    i wrote this song my last week or so in chicago, walking home from work. well, walking to meet a friend so that we could walk home together. it was about a six-mile walk, really nice on a summer afternoon because we always took the lakeshore path and you got to weave through all the people. it gets cold in chicago so when it’s warm people are always outside, on the beach or in the parks. during lunchtime sometimes the chicago symphony practices outside and people lay out.

    my friend worked at the top of the mag mile, and i worked at the bottom of it, so i walked to meet her. and i just – i was standing at the corner of michigan and wabash, on the bridge, looking out at the corncob buildings and listening to one of the trains rattling by – i love how the trains aren’t underground, in chicago; i love watching them weave in and out of the buildings. i always wished my office was in one of the buildings it passed, even though i know it’s loud and probably distracting. i don’t mind. i like city noises. i find them soothing.

    (if i’m really honest some of the imagery for this actually came from how much i loved the opening credits for the good omens adaption – those weird paper cut-outs, you know? they had these spindly legs that i just loved. i wish people looked like that in real life.)

    city winery is on the river and so is the mcc prison, right there in the center of downtown. there is a lot of violence in chicago, but there’s a lot of violence everywhere, and i think they pick on us because our violence tastes better than the violence in new york, in cleveland, in california; i think our violence feels contained and far away, there in the midwest, surrounded by cornfields. you can shake your head at our violence and say look at what they’re doing to each other over there. but there’s loyalty in chicago, too, and water, and young boys in clumps laughing at each other, parents with half an eye on their kid at the playground, women smoking, people with their noses pressed up against glass windows to see the tv during the world series because all the bars are full. it’s starts and stops and structural, systemic violence and also: something brighter than sunlight.

    anyway, i was standing at the mouth of the bridge and the sun was setting and you could see it glancing off the glass of the buildings along the river and in the river itself, and people were sitting outside of city winery drinking rosé out of beakers and i just thought … we made this city, and it loves us. we made it and we’re still making it, a monument to ourselves.

    what we’re doing to each other in chicago is building, building, building, building, building.

    --

    lyrics: molly ofgeography
    music: molly ofgeography & greg critchley
    vocals: molly ofgeography
    acoustic guitar: molly ofgeography,
    drums, percussion, bass, piano: greg critchley
    accordion: bill peterson
    electric guitar: peter hennes.
    produced, mixed, and mastered by greg critchley

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  • A GARDEN IN THE RAIN: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS

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    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 25, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • MOTH - Geography - 08 Chicago

    2:26

    MOTH
    Geography

  • POOR PAPA: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    3:31

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 25, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • ROSY CHEEKS: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    2:53

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 25, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • BIG LIP BLUES: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS

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    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 25, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • KEEP SMILING AT TROUBLE: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    2:43

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 25, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • THE WAY I FEEL TODAY: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    3:31

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 24, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • THE THINGS THAT WERE MADE FOR LOVE: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS

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    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 23, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • DEEP DOWN SOUTH: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    3:41

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 24, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

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  • ILL NEVER ASK FOR MORE: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS

    3:29

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 25, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES ( And for this performance only, wait for the audience member's ejaculation at the end. Everybody wants to get into the act!

  • WAITING AT THE END OF THE ROAD: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    4:12

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 24, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • Matthew Golombiskys Cuentos | Volumes 1 & 2 : Oakland/Chicago

    2:54

    Cassette/Digital Release.




    Matthew Golombisky’s Cuentos represent the compositional culmination of his experiences living in cities throughout the world. His experiences of the musical and cultural environments of each city awaken different directions for inspiration to be opened and explored as short stories in the form of soundscapes. These Cuentos (the Spanish word for short stories) are an ongoing project in which Golombisky works with close musical cohorts from each city to convey the stories of a unique musical geography. This release showcases in-depth explorations of musical friendships developed in both Oakland, where he lived for one year, and Chicago where he lived for more than three years.

    Each of the Cuentos is concise, intentional aural plots utilizing a small group of trusted musicians from each of these cities. The compositional structures are meant to be simple, and showcase the improvisational precision of each performer, conveying a modest concept with fluidity, clarity, and focus. Even the lengths of the pieces represent a conceptual modesty. Most pieces range from almost-three minutes to five minutes in length; single ideas presented, explored, and left to the listener for reflection. The Cuentos are here and gone before a single musician is able to explore every possibility of the story. The mood of each piece can vary, but usually remains with one singular musical gesture, goal, or feel. In this way, they humbly encourage that the music stays within the realm of a short story format, and doesn't develop into a full novel.

    Conceptual modesty is also reflected in the composition titles, which are intentionally numbered rather than named. The compositions aren’t meant to convey specific visual or physical plots, characters or scenes. Golombisky’s preference here is to not interfere with the listener’s experience of the music. This allows for the possibility of a unique Cuento to arise within the imagination. What the listener is left with is an introspection into a single objective that comfortably emerges over the course of the composition, leaving them with a comprehensible aural encounter.

    Volume 1: West Coast/Oakland:
    Aram Shelton - alto sax, bass clarinet
    Mark Clifford - vibes
    Crystal Pascucci - cello
    Matthew Golombisky - acoustic bass guitar

    Volume 2: Third Coast/Chicago:
    James Davis - trumpet
    Bill MacKay - guitar
    Jeff Greene - contrabass
    Matthew Golombisky - electric bass guitar

    Volume 1 recorded by Ben Bernstein at Petting Zoo Studio in Oakland CA, USA
    Volume 2 recorded by Jamie Wagner at Strobe Recording in Chicago IL, USA
    Mixed and mastered by Florencio Justo at Estudio Doctor F. in Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Album concept/design by Matthew Golombisky
    Original art by Isabella Golombisky

    Video trailer directed & edited by Matthew Golombisky

  • LETS DO THINGS: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    3:58

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 24, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • PILE OF LOGS AND STONE: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    4:00

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 24, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • Sweet Home Chicago - Danny Ward plays Robert Johnson

    3:31

    This has got to be one of the most widely covered blues songs of all time.
    Robert Johnson sings To the land of California to my sweet home Chicago which sounds confusing if you look at a map of the USA. In many covers the words are changed to To the same old place, sweet home Chicago. Either he was comparing Chicago metaphorically to California as a kind of utopian land that you could only dream of reaching or his geography was not up to much. I prefer to give him the benefit of the doubt and go with the first explanation.

  • Sundowner LIVE at Reggies Rock Club in Chicago, IL on 06-20-09

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    Sundowner LIVE at Reggies Rock Club in Chicago, IL on 06-20-09

  • Huapangos Medley with Irish Musicians and Classical Brass

    7:30

    Huapangos Medley: El Querreque, La Rosita, La Lavandera(*)
    (son huasteco)
    Sones de Mexico Ensemble's 20th Anniversary Concert
    LIVE at Millennium Park Chicago
    September 3, 2014

    SONES DE MEXICO ENSEMBLE:
    Victor Pichardo—violin
    Juan Rivera—violin
    Lorena Iñiguez—vihuela
    Juan Dies—bass, vocals
    Raul Fernandez—drums

    GUEST SINGER:
    Alex Chavez—huapanguera, vocals

    HORN SECTION:
    John Hagstrom—trumpet 1
    Matt Lee—trumpet 2
    Oto Carrillo—horn
    Adam Moen—trombone
    Matthew Gaunt—tuba
    Victor García—conductor

    IRISH MUSICIANS:
    Séan Cleland—violin
    Deirdre Ni Mhaoileáin—violin
    Róisín Comer—flute
    Danny Collins—accordion

    DANCERS
    The Mexican Folkloric Dance Company of Chicago
    Jose Ovalle, director

    AUDIO:
    Metro Mobile Location Recording, Inc
    Mixed by Alan Contreras

    VIDEO:
    Janda, LLC
    Additional footage by Clandestino Films
    Edited by Esau Melendez

    SPONSORS:
    The National Museum of Mexican Art
    Illinois Arts Council Agency
    The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events
    The Joyce Foundation
    The Mexico Tourism Office

    Arranged by Victor Pichardo. From Sones de México Ensemble's album Fandango on 18th Street (c) 2002

    CONTACT US:
    Sones de Mexico Ensemble
    Chicago, Illinois USA
    info [at] sonesdemexico [dot] com

    (*) The Irish Washer Woman

  • Geography

    3:03

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Geography · The Judybats

    Pain Makes You Beautiful

    ℗ 1993 Sire Records, a label of Warner Records Inc.

    Lyricist: Jeff Heiskell
    Writer: The JudyBats

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  • Sylvaine Hélary @ University of Chicago, Paris Center 9-19-16

    5:56

  • Talking with the Blues Vol. 7 - Garden State Blues - New Jersey Vol. 1

    1:10:06

    Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs From The USA - Garden State Blues - New Jersey Vol. 1
    A collection of contemporary blues songs from the state of New Jersey, 1996

    The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

    Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

    The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

    Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard.

    #Blues #TalkingWithTheBlues #RobsTunes

  • Lomelda - From Here | Audiotree Live

    4:30

    Download & stream Lomelda on Audiotree Live --

    Hannah Read is the songwriter and creative force behind Lomelda: a contemplative indie rock project signed to Double Double Whammy. Read is from the remote town of Silsbee, TX, and her 2017 release Thx reflects on the solitary geography and miles between those you love that's commonplace in this region. Her subdued vocal style forces you to listen closely, revealing the organic melody contained within her climactic poetry.

    Recorded on January 19, 2018 in Chicago, IL.

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  • Talking with the Blues Vol. 15 - A Fourth Wave of Bay Area Blues - San Francisco Bay Area Vol. 4

    1:19:17

    Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs From The USA - A Fourth Wave of Bay Area Blues - San Francisco Bay Area Vol. 4
    A collection of contemporary blues songs from the San Francisco Bay Area, 1999.

    The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

    Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

    The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

    Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard.

    #Blues #TalkingWithTheBlues #RobsTunes

  • Geography

    9:25

    Provided to YouTube by Cargo

    Geography · Hifiklub & Mike Cooper

    Aran Stories

    ℗ Ruptured

    Released on: 2019-05-17

    Artist: Hifiklub
    Artist: Mike Cooper

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Talking with the Blues Vol. 17 - Blues from the Heart of Dixie - Alabama Vol. 1

    1:8:56

    Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs From The USA - Blues from the Heart of Dixie - Alabama Vol. 1
    A collection of contemporary blues songs from the state of Alabama, 2001.

    The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

    Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

    The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

    Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard.

    #Blues #TalkingWithTheBlues #RobsTunes

  • Polkas

    7:50

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Polkas · Sones de Mexico Ensemble

    Fandango on 18th Street

    ℗ 2002 Sones de Mexico, Inc.

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Texas chain Whataburger sold to Chicago investment firm

    1:07

    Fast-food chain Whataburger -- beloved by generations of Texans -- is now the property of a Chicago investment firm.

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  • More Than Words Guitar Tutorial ni Ate B

    10:25

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  • SWEET EMMALINE: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    3:01

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 25, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • Talking with the Blues Vol. 6 - More Bay Area Blues - San Francisco Bay Area Vol. 2

    59:55

    Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs From The USA - More Bay Area Blues - San Francisco Bay Area Vol. 2
    A collection of contemporary blues songs from the San Francisco Bay Area, 1996

    The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

    Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

    The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

    Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard.

    #Blues #TalkingWithTheBlues

  • Talking with the Blues Vol. 10 - A Cold Shot Of Good Whiskey Blues - Tennessee Vol. 4

    1:4:53

    Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs From The USA - A Cold Shot Of Good Whiskey Blues - Tennessee Vol. 4
    A collection of contemporary blues songs from the state of Tennessee, 1996

    The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

    Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

    The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

    Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard.

    #Blues #TalkingWithTheBlues #RobsTunes

  • Talking with the Blues Vol. 16 - Peach State Blues - Georgia

    1:1:29

    Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs From The USA - Peach State Blues - Georgia Vol. 1
    A collection of contemporary blues songs from the state of Georgia, 1999.

    The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

    Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

    The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

    Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard.

    #Blues #TalkingWithTheBlues #RobsTunes

  • BLUES IN A MINOR: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS

    2:58

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 25, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • Lomelda - Interstate Vision | Audiotree Live

    2:56

    Download & stream Lomelda on Audiotree Live --

    Hannah Read is the songwriter and creative force behind Lomelda: a contemplative indie rock project signed to Double Double Whammy. Read is from the remote town of Silsbee, TX, and her 2017 release Thx reflects on the solitary geography and miles between those you love that's commonplace in this region. Her subdued vocal style forces you to listen closely, revealing the organic melody contained within her climactic poetry.

    Recorded on January 19, 2018 in Chicago, IL.

    Visit the band's website --

    YouTube playlist --

    --

    Watch more →

    Subscribe
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  • Talking with the Blues Vol. 5 - Bay Area Blues - San Francisco Bay Area Vol. 1

    1:12:18

    Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs From The USA - Bay Area Blues - San Francisco Bay Area Vol. 1
    A collection of contemporary blues songs from the San Francisco Bay Area, 1996

    The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

    Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

    The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

    Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard.

    #Blues #TalkingWithTheBlues

  • Signals Midwest - Pin / Sanctuary City | Audiotree Live

    5:31

    Download & stream Signals Midwest on Audiotree Live --

    Signals Midwest is an alternative indie punk band formed in Cleveland, OH in 2008. Lead singer/songwriter Max Stern uses the pop punk inflected project to probe his inner thoughts; making casual observations about growth, empathy, and exploration over fast-paced, chunky instrumentals. Check out the rad performance by Signals Midwest live at Audiotree.

    Recorded on August 29, 2019 in Chicago, IL.

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  • Lomelda - Mostly M.E. | Audiotree Live

    3:13

    Download & stream Lomelda on Audiotree Live --

    Hannah Read is the songwriter and creative force behind Lomelda: a contemplative indie rock project signed to Double Double Whammy. Read is from the remote town of Silsbee, TX, and her 2017 release Thx reflects on the solitary geography and miles between those you love that's commonplace in this region. Her subdued vocal style forces you to listen closely, revealing the organic melody contained within her climactic poetry.

    Recorded on January 19, 2018 in Chicago, IL.

    Visit the band's website --

    YouTube playlist --

    --

    Watch more →

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  • Take One

    4:47

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Take One · Front 242

    Geography (limited bonus)

    ℗ 2004 Alfa Matrix

    Released on: 2004-12-29

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Strokes - Drag Queen Tradução/Legendado

    4:34

    Artista: The Strokes
    Álbum: Future Present Past
    Ano: 2016

    Letra:

    80's people dancing, oooh
    Always get it right
    I'd listen but I can't tonight
    I can't tonight, I can't tonight
    Well, it's something that you do to get it right
    End up reviled for it
    Yeah, that's the thanks I get

    I don't understand
    Your fucked up system, this sinister city
    Try to sell the water
    Try to sell the air
    Try to sell your daughter
    Try to sell her hair
    Verse!

    We all want to watch the fight
    Is it on Sunday?
    Hide in a hole with a gun in your hand
    In front of someone you want dead
    I guess
    Hiding in your suit

    I did not know that
    They're bringing me back to my past
    I got my head in my hands
    I got my head in my
    I got my head in my hands
    I got my head in my
    I got my head, it's just something that you do to get it right
    End up reviled for it
    And that's the thanks I get

    Jail, that's what you get
    Stepping to the system
    Profiting from war
    Fighting as the victim
    Always wanting more
    Trying to trick your brothers
    Get them to fight it for you

    I cannot believe my eyes
    Darling, I can tell you lies
    Coast to coast L.A. to Chicago
    I don't know geography all that well

    Defying Western logic
    Even if it shows you're wrong
    I guess that's a classic
    Been with us all along

  • GUESS WHOS IN TOWN?: CHICAGO CELLAR BOYS at SAN DIEGO

    4:00

    Hot, sweet, and versatile -- coming from Chicago in geography and spirit -- they are Andy Schumm, cornet, clarinet, saxophones; John Otto, reeds; Paul Asaro, piano, vocals; Johnny Donatowicz, guitar, banjo; Dave Bock, tuba. Recorded at the San Diego Jazz Fest on November 24, 2018, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

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