Mojo’s Cold Shot: The Albert King Pencast

Giving my man Albert King a little love this week and doing my best to fulfill that unrealized dream of making embarrassingly bad college radio through the use of my smartpen.

Go full screen and have yourself a Cold Shot of epic proportions!





  • http://thejazzsession.com Jason Crane | The Jazz Session

    This is cool. Really, really cool.

  • mojo

    thanks man, it's an odd media, I wish I could be more polished but I'm a word guy. What I want to convey is my enthusiasm for the music among the ums and awws and if I do that I have met my goal.

  • http://thejazzsession.com Jason Crane | The Jazz Session

    I don't think polish was the point here. The passion came through, it sounded interesting and engaging, and I immediately broke out some of Albert's records and dug back in. Mission accomplished.

    You should come on The Jazz Session and give people some blues recommendations.

    JC

  • mojo

    I've seen you comment but I've never seen your site until tonight. It's tres cool. I've seen Ellis Marsalis live twice@snug harbor, I adore him (I am a piano/organ guy)…nice job.

  • pbilly

    Talk about your Wayback Machine. My very first blues concert was Albert at Tulagi's on the Hill in Boulder with David Bromberg as the opener, back in 1972. What a revalation! It started me on a life long love affair with both the blues and accoustic roots music. Thanks for bringing that show vividly back to my mind.

  • pbilly

    Talk about your Wayback Machine. My very first blues concert was Albert at Tulagi's on the Hill in Boulder with David Bromberg as the opener, back in 1972. What a revalation! It started me on a life long love affair with both the blues and accoustic roots music. Thanks for bringing that show vividly back to my mind.

  • pbilly

    Talk about your Wayback Machine. My very first blues concert was Albert at Tulagi's on the Hill in Boulder with David Bromberg as the opener, back in 1972. What a revalation! It started me on a life long love affair with both the blues and accoustic roots music. Thanks for bringing that show vividly back to my mind.