Deadsplinter Up! All Night: Let Me Tell You Now

May all beings be happy and free.



  1. Who better to capture the holiday spirit than Bootsy & Snoop?

  2. The amazing passion of Otis Redding.

    Redding died, along with several members of the Bar-Kay’s, when their plane crashed after a show. He was only twenty-six, and his song “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” became the first posthumously released single to reach number one.

    • My favorite Otis Redding song – That’s How Strong My Love Is

  3. And a little more peace:
    Oh, I’ve been smiling lately
    Dreaming about the world as one
    And I believe it could be
    Someday it’s going to come

    • Great choice!

    • Cat Stevens wrote and sang such beautiful music. I guess it was for at least twenty or thirty years that he disavowed his own music due to his religious beliefs, but it’s great that he is back performing again. Sometimes life does come full circle. Somewhere there is a duet where Chris Cornell sings one of Cats’ songs with him. I will have to dig it up.

  4. Just a light interlude:
    NoMBe, Bad Girls
    Bad girls have the most fun.

  5. Elvis Costello – (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding

  6. If you haven’t heard Emily Armstrong yet, slap yourself and go buy a Dead Sara record as penance. This song will make you cry if you let it:

  7. Bill Evans – Peace Piece

  8. I’m constantly days behind you all but I’m resolved to get match fit in the new year & learn how to avoid the musical rabbit holes & actually get around to responding to more of these deep cuts you all keep dropping about the place like there’s nothing to it…

    …so by way of catching up a little – y’all frequently bring this tune to mind for me…

  9. Glad to have you join the party. There is no way to avoid the rabbit holes. I have been lost on many.

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