Last week, the kids and I watched some tapes from The Best of the Music Scene 1969-1970
. It was nice to see Neil performing Holly Holy
and Both Sides Now
Tonight, I am watching Live from Greenwich Village
. Neil sang Solitary Man
and Kentucky Woman
. I enjoyed seeing Neil looking so young (early Bang days), and it was nice to hear the music, too. They played the backing tracks from his Bang recordings, but he obviously sang live because I had not heard these versions before. He did have his guitar and wore a white turtleneck sweater with a brown suede (leather) jacket. I think this one impressed me most because I hadn't seen it before--I did see the Music Scene when it was originally aired.
And, on my way to school this evening, I heard Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon
and as I got home from picking up the videotapes at the library, Thank the Lord for the Night Time
came on the oldies radio station. Hubby got a little upset when he came outside to find out why I was sitting in the driveway and found me bopping along with Neil. Oh, well.
Makes me wonder if he's going to come back this way??
Oh, and then I saw that Shaggy is opening for the Rolling Stones in Florida in October. This makes their concert a bit more tempting (but I have seen Shaggy before).
And just when I thought I had a pretty decent music collection, I saw this: