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    I enjoyed it, too, although I watched it with a pang in my heart.

    In the credits, they list the recently deceased Doctor John. Did anybody spot him?
    I think he was in the video clip with Joe, and Jules Shear singing Cinnamon Girl playing the piano think. I think I remembered reading that he was Joe's episode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunlvswx View Post
    I think he was in the video clip with Joe, and Jules Shear singing Cinnamon Girl playing the piano think. I think I remembered reading that he was Joe's episode.
    That makes sense. I suspected it might be that. Thanks, shun!

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    I found Joe's episode of MTV Unplugged. Dr. John does come out and play on Cinnamon Girl. I guess he wasn't shown that much in the clip. Dr. John comes in around 8:05.

    http://youtu.be/mIE17VCUuSE

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    There's a new (not very good) "documentary" that is showing on BBC4 called "I can go for that: the smooth sound of yacht rock". The early part deals with the Southern California music scene of the sixties and seventies with the obligatory mentions of Laurel Canyon, The Troubadour etc. One of These Nights (single) was described as being "on the cusp" of "yacht rock" and they included a video clip (probably Houston) and also part of a radio introduction by Glenn.

    ETA: The other slightly Eagles-related part was a present-day Ned Doheney playing a song he released in 1976. I don't think they were suggesting is was "yacht rock".
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    Quote Originally Posted by UndertheWire View Post
    There's a new (not very good) "documentary" that is showing on BBC4 called "I can go for that: the smooth sound of yacht rock". The early part deals with the Southern California music scene of the sixties and seventies with the obligatory mentions of Laurel Canyon, The Troubadour etc. One of These Nights (single) was described as being "on the cusp" of "yacht rock" and they included a video clip (probably Houston) and also part of a radio introduction by Glenn.

    ETA: The other slightly Eagles-related part was a present-day Ned Doheney playing a song he released in 1976. I don't think they were suggesting is was "yacht rock".
    Thanks for the heads-up. I had heard of the documentary but didn't expect them to be included under the purview of "Yacht Rock."

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