Yes, for your regular Tuesday Afternoon Music Therapy we feature the great Southern boy Joe South, he who’s a strange hybrid of Dylan, Waylon, Elvis, Cash and some old-timey street preacher.
Talk about a versatile songwriter–he wrote Deep Purple’s huge “Hush” hit, the Billy Joe Royal classic “Down in the Boondocks,” and played on Dylan’s work of greatness “Blonde on Blonde,” but was best known for being one of the Nashville country greats.
And for your further therapy we’ve thrown in a National Geographic video of pretty and interesting pictures of “games people play.”
Yes, only at jitterbuggingforjesus.com–the blawg that is saving the world with its wit, wisdom provocations and stimulations while possibly (probably) alienating whole towns, cities, nations and states–will you find blawg stuff this freakin’ weird.
Chill, people, chill.
(For long-hair Louie Louie, who lives so far back in the woods he has to pipe in the sunshine, who caught up to me at 61 yesterday. Have a shot of Geritol and this birthday angst will pass soon enough, dude.)
And click here for more on Joe and hear his greatest song.