I stood enthralled for two hours last night, listening to musical genius Michael Nesmith and his band play at Òran Mór, in Glasgow. What a privilege!
Backed up by Charlie Judge and Joe Chemay (he’s played in the past with Elton John, The Beach Boys and Pink Floyd), Nesmith played a selection of tracks from various albums, including Papa Gene’s Blues, I’ve Just Begun to Care, Joanne, Silver Moon, Different Drum, Grand Ennui, Some of Shelley’s Blues, Rio, Life the Unsuspecting Captive and two others from the masterpiece The Prison, etc. A tape of an instrumental break by the late, great O.J. ‘Red’ Rhodes was featured as part on the encore.
Someone else posted the above to YouTube, from the performance.
Several of the tracks were given slightly new interpretations.
This track is from a past performance.
Information and material from Nesmith is available from the Videoranch website.