The Doobie Brothers – Stampede

by The Daily Walk with Love — The Doobie Brothers Stampede is courtesy of YouTube and Warner Brothers – I snapped this one up just as soon as it came out in 1975 and have always been glad. Stampede is not among the Doobies best known albums and is not packed with the hits everyone Read More …

The Best of Tangerine Dream

by The Daily Walk with Love — Tangerine Dream ‘defined’ the Berlin school of electronic music, and here are several of our favorites, ‘Stratosfear,’ Invisible Limits, Force Majeure, Marakesh, Lily on the Beach, Melrose and more, from throughout their career. Sounds range from melodic electronic, to energetic new age to pure electronic sounds, to dance. Read More …

U2 – Achtung Baby

by The Daily Walk with Love — U2’s Actung Baby – Bono, Edge and Co never sounded better, ‘comes the bloody revolution,’ right? Amen and May it Be. This is U2 at their finest, and the immediacy of this music cannot be denied. OK, this is “Achtung Baby,” so we have included a major financial Read More …

Mix: Scorpions – Wind Of Change

by The Daily Walk with Love — The Wind of Change by the Scorpions is blowing, in a great playlist featuring this under-rated German metal band formed in 1965. You are encouraged to listen to this great classic rock music, with video of the Berlin Wall coming down! The people are going to have change Read More …

Enigmatic World @ Powerful Chillout Mix ☆ 2016 ॐ

by The Daily Walk with Love Enigmatic World — Powerful Chillout Mix is really deep but quiet and pretty slow exploration of the best that chillout music can be. If you get your vibe from faster-paced music, it wouldn’t be for you, but if you can get past the slower pace, it has a lot Read More …

Playlist: Don Williams – Some Broken Hearts Never Mend

by The Daily Walk with Love Anyone who ever listened to country music (or even most pop and rock radio stations) at all during the late 1970’s and 1980’s knows Don Williams, who came to be known as “the Gentle Giant.” Most people my age remember several of Don Williams’ songs. He and Willie are Read More …

David Gilmour * Live In Gdansk

by The Daily Walk with Love — Gdansk is the Polish port city where Lech Walesa led the “Solidarity” labor movement that helped bring Poland independence from the former Soviet Union. So probably this concert had a special meaning to David Gilmour. Donald Trump 2017 “For Jobs, Faith & Values” April 1, 2018 The Voice Read More …

Gordon Lightfoot – “Sundown” 1974

by The Daily Walk with Love — I became familiar with Gordon Lightfoot’s music in 1971 and he has been my favorite folk musician ever since. Here is “Sundown,” which was Lightfoot’s most popular CD, from 1974, and my favorite too, which has an indefinable country-folk-pop blend to it that is hard to describe. We Read More …

Mix: Dire Straits & Eric Clapton – Sultans Of Swing

by The Daily Walk with Miracles — This Mark Knopfler (of Dire Straits) and Eric Clapton mix includes BB King, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd! This must be one of the hottest and coolest playlists on YouTube. Most people have heard of Pink Floyd and maybe Led Zeppelin, and even Eric Clapton still gets a Read More …

Traffic – Traffic (1968) full album

by The Daily Walk with Love Traffic’s Traffic, their second studio album, peaked at no. 17 on Billboard. AllMusic said it “achieved a strong balance between Dave Mason’s simple and straightforward folk-rock songs and Steve Winwood’s complex and often haunting rock jams.” If forced to a choice I would probably say that I prefer Dave Read More …

Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac Live in New Orleans

by The Daily Walk with Love — The early Fleetwood Mac featured Peter Green on lead guitar and vocals and was totally about the blues. This live concert footing from New Orleans has an especially good sound! One of the best publishers and critics on YouTube, “Master Eddie,” said that “Peter Green was the best Read More …

The Who – The Who by Numbers (1975)

by The Daily Walk with Love — The Who, who were huge in the late 60’s, and all through the 70’s, and were one of three bands in Rolling Stone’s British ‘holy trinity’ of rock. Here is 1975’s “The Who By Numbers,” which is a much more personal and introspective selection of songs than perhaps Read More …

ENIGMA mix music in Paradise HD

by The Daily Walk with Love — Listen to some really with cool, sexy new age Enigma music: Enigma is the very best in new age electronic “fusion.” BTW, The Kingdom of Heaven is already here, and has existed almost in secret, (the Body of Christ), for 2,000 years, ever since the resurrection of Jesus Read More …

Sheryl Crow – Outlaw Music Festival – Live in Milwaukee (2017)

by The Daily Walk with Love — This concert in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 2007, is for all us outlaws, and it’s a really funky take on the best of Sheryl Crow’s music including her newer, quieter, more introspective, songs. She’s obviously very high, LOL. (on life and her music, too) Anybody who doesn’t love Sheryl Read More …

Fleetwood Mac – Preaching The Blues

by The Daily Walk with Love — The early Fleetwood Mac featured Peter Green on lead guitar and vocals and was totally about the blues: this album has an especially sweet sound! A very cool guy online, “Master Eddie,” said that “Peter Green was the best white blues guitarist of his time. His tone and Read More …

David Gilmour * Solo in 1978

by The Daily Walk with Love — The other players are mostly unknowns, the female backing vocal trio was a hallmark of Pink Floyd, but the remarkable, amazing guitar solos of David Gilmour, and even a few of the same songs, resonate and astound anyone who loves rock, from the distant year of 1978, when Read More …

The Moody Blues – Music From Out Of This World

by The Daily Walk with Love This is a “remix” of music by the Moody Blues which can be found at the link provided, and originally was from the music ‘Have You Heard.’ Get high on the possibilities of this music, with the real possibilities of the sound, and maybe you’ll begin to understand quite Read More …

Mike Oldfield — ‘Tubular Bells’ Live at the BBC 1973

by The Daily Walk with Love — Over the years, Mike Oldfield must have made 8 or 10 versions of Tubular Bells. Here we present to you the first version, from 1973, a remastered BBC track, in all it’s complexity and beauty. Are you into music that’s different, that is hardly able to be classified? Read More …

The Who – Quadrophrenia (1973)

by The Daily Walk with Love — The Who’s sixth studio album, from 1973, Quadrophenia continued the tradition of ‘Who’s Next’ and established The Who in the Trinity of true classic rock ‘gods.’ with The Beatles and Rolling Stones. When you think of three classic rock groups from the late 60s through the 70s, there’s Read More …

Kansas – Point of Know Return (full album)

by The Daily Walk with Love This is a great album by Kansas, you can often still hear great songs like “Dust in the Wind,” “Point of Know Return,” “Carry On My Wayward Son” and a few other Kansas songs on FM radio today. I feel strongly that Kansas is a great group who deserves Read More …

Pink Floyd MegaMix 2015 — HD Vision & Sound

by The Daily Walk with Love — Wikipedia says “Pink Floyd were an English rock band formed in London in 1965. They achieved international acclaim with their progressive and psychedelic music…and philosophical lyrics.” They were “in the establishment’s face,” but even the “ruling class” liked Floyd. This megamix has great sound, well-mixed and with stunning Read More …

Tangerine Dream – Melrose (full album)

by The Daily Walk with Love — Tangerine Dream ‘defined’ the Berlin school of electronic music. In Melrose are several of our favorites, performed by the definitive lineup of “TaDream” of Edgar Froese, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese, & Hubert Waldner. This album was recorded

Concert: Don Williams Live “Best Of” 2017

by The Daily Walk with Love — Who’d have thought old Don Williams would still have been crooning out the hits, this many years later – The Gentle Giant is one of the very best mainstream Country crooners. Here’s a great live concert compilation from 2017. Call me a softie, but Don Williams and Willie Read More …

Cream – Disraeli Gears (sessions)

by The Daily Walk with Love — Cream’s Disraeli Gears from 1967 was ranked number 114 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 greatest albums ever and here are some very special takes. Disraeli Gears was listed as the No. 1 album of 1968 by Cash Box in the year-end album chart in the United Read More …

Kid Rock – Care ft. T.I. & Angaleena Presley

by The Daily Walk with Love Angaleena Presley never looked so good in this, Kid Rock’s heartfelt, special music video CARE (a 26 video playlist), which in fact is the official music video of The Daily Walk with Love, where we care about every one of our visitors (care about everybody, in fact!) Republished January Read More …

The Mysterious Life and Death of David Bowie

by The Daily Walk with Love Donald Trump 2016 “Make America Great Again!” Subscribe to The Daily Walk’s RSS Feed! Was David Bowie a witch? That’s one thing we explore in this article, but it’s not something I find of over-riding importance in realizing his very real and true worth as an artist. Oh and Read More …