Today we offer you 10 of our favorite songs about food, and an additional one about giving thanks. Happy Thanksgiving y’all. Now, let’s eat!
If Woody Guthrie captured the heart of the working man’s lot in life and foreshadowed “the folk scare” of the early ’60s, then Arlo Guthrie gave warmth, humor and an Everyman perspective that reached a much larger demographic with his style and youthful exuberance.
Jorma is perhaps the most unassuming rock icon I’ve ever interviewed. Not only did The Jefferson Airplane bring psychedelic music of the ’60s to a wider audience than The Grateful Dead scored for more than a decade to come, but Jorma’s work with Hot Tuna opened a door to folk fans that Dylan had first explored when he went electric.
The Magnetic Fields do not tour frequently, so it was a treat to see them play live and perform some of their most well-known songs to an appreciative audience
“I’m more often associated with my custom Bender Telecaster, but this song is my opportunity to showcase something that I started playing 25 years ago: blues on a Gibson.”