Clapton, Paul, Ringo and George’s look-alike son Dhanni in an extraordinary rendition.
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Wow. Monday morning, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Clapton, and a bunch of other great musicians, show how it’s done.
Carl Perkins (guitar, vocals)
Geraint Watkins (piano)
Dave Edmunds (guitar, vocals)
George Harrison (guitar, vocals)
Eric Clapton (guitar, vocals)
Rosanne Cash (vocals, maracas)
Ringo Starr (drums, tambourine, vocals)
Slim Jim Phantom (drums)
Greg Perkins (bass guitar)
Lee Rocker (double bass)
Earl Slick (guitar)
David Charles (drums)
John David (bass guitar)
Mickey Gee (guitar)
Thanks to YouTuber Carl Perkins on MV
Because you were so much older then, Monday morning brings the second half of a Dylan one-two punch.
In this great live version, Dylan’s joined by George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Tom Petty, G.E. Smith, and Roger McGuinn.
Ben E. King, who was lead singer for The Drifters and then broke out on his own with the lilting sound of the charming “Spanish Harlem,” died last week.
Here he is singing one of his most popular songs.
You may recognize the two gentleman on guitar and drums, Mr. Clapton and Mr. Collins. Click on the grey triangle above to stand with Ben E. King this Monday morning.