Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Fitting Memorial

Albert Brooks remembers Richie Havens.Memoirs Of An Opening Act - Part 2 by Albert Brooks on Grooveshark
The disc jockey/leper bit at (2:40). Of course we stole it.

1 comment:

Aunt Snow said...

Spent a winter in 1978 in an off-broadway theatre on 23rd St. in Manhattan, working for $100 a week cash. The sound man kept playing Richie Havens on reel-to-reel during work calls. I have the sound of his voice etched in my brain. "Young Johnny with his rifle in his hand, marching to the Vietnam war."

Popularity. Like Junior High. This is mostly because I'm curious. You should all be ashamed.