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Hermeto Pascoal a.k.a o Bruxo (the Sorcerer)  Slaves Massâ

By George C Glasser

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Dr. John the Night Tripper aka Mac Rebenneck(‚??Gris-gris‚?? 1968)

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[Gris-gris is a mojo pouch traditionally carried in the left pocket - containing herbs, oils, stones, small bones, hair and nails, pieces of cloth soaked with perspiration and/or other personal items gathered under the directions of a god for the protection of and/or to bring good luck to the owner.]

Back in 1968, I heard “Walk on Guilded Splinters” off “...

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Hermeto Pascoal a.k.a o Bruxo (the Sorcerer) "Slaves Mass‚"

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Miles Davis said that Hermeto Pascoal was "the most impressive musician in the world."

Pascoal is a master of many instruments and leans toward the avant garde. You can hand Pascoal “anything”, he will make music with it. While he can use technology, he’s not reliant on sophisticated engineering to create complex sounds. When it comes to music, Pascoal is, undoubtedly, as his moniker states, a virtuoso “...

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Summer of Love A "Monterey Popa" Part Two

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Area wise, San Francisco is not a big city - only 47 square miles. Most of the clubs were located either in North Beach or the Fillmore District. It was about a ten minute bus ride from to get from one place to the other.

The jazz clubs mainly were located in the Fillmore, and there was about any type of music you wanted in the North Beach clubs. Consequently, there was a lot of cross pollination of musical styles happening. However, it was mostly adventurous Jazz musicians that sat in ...

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Summer of Love Part One -: "The Beginnings "

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In 1965, at the Newport Folk Festival, Bob Dylan shattered the established Folk Music scene by doing an electric set shortly after the release of “Like a Rolling Stone.” It was controversial to say the least. Dylan was booed by audiences, and vilified by fellow Folkies, and critics. However, it was Dylan that fused Rock and Roll with the Protest Folk music of the day into what became known as Folk Rock.

From that point, more and more, once purist, Folkies got elec...

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Flight Of Fancy By G.C Glasser

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G.C, Glasser


This is, more or less, an introduction to an ongoing blog about my experiences as someone who digs almost all kinds of music, but moreover, has a lot of respect for musicians. Well. that’s because as much as I try, I’m not very good at it. I’m lot better at listening to music than playing music.


I grew up in Tampa, Florida, and in the late 1940s and 1950s. My first memories of being aware ...

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