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Down on the Bottom
The New Basement Tapes
Down on the Bottom

Down on the Bottom // The New Basement Tapes

Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes is an album produced by T Bone Burnett featuring a collective of musicians recording under the moniker The New Basement Tapes—Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens, Taylor Goldsmith, Jim James and Marcus Mumford. The album consists of a series of tracks based on recently uncovered lyrics handwritten by Bob Dylan in 1967.

100 ‘greatest drummers of all time’ by Rolling Stone 2016

100. Christian Vander, Magma
99. Travis Barker, Blink-182
98. Steven Adler, Guns N’ Roses
97. Cindy Blackman, Lenny Kravitz
96. Larry Mullen Jr., U2
95. Chris Dave, D’Angelo and Robert Glasper Experiment
94. Meg White, The White Stripes
93. Tomas Haake, Meshuggah
92. Ralph Molina, Neil Young and Crazy Horse
91. Brian Chippendale, Lightning Bolt
90. Janet Weiss, Sleater-Kinney
89. Bill Stevenson, Descendents
88. Jon Theodore, The Mars Volta and Queens of the Stone Age
87. George Hurley, The Minutemen and Firehose
86. Phil Rudd, AC/DC
85. Tommy Lee, Mötley Crüe
84. John Stanier, Battles
83. Ronald Shannon Jackson
82. Glenn Kotche, Wilco
81. JR Robinson
80. Steve Jordan, John Mayer Trio
79. Mick Avory, The Kinks
78. Micky Waller, Jeff Beck Group
77. Moe Tucker, The Velvet Underground
76. Earl Young, The Trammps
75. Earl Hudson, Bad Brains
74. Michael Shrieve, Santana
73. Pete Thomas, Elvis Costello
72. James “Diamond” Williams, The Ohio Players
71. Butch Trucks and Jaimoe, The Allman Brothers Band
70. Tommy Ramone, The Ramones
69. Dale Crover, The Melvins
68. Jerome „Bigfoot” Brailey, Parliament Funkadelic
67. Greg Errico, Sly and the Family Stone
66. Kenny Aronoff, John Mellencamp
65. Sly Dunbar, Sly and Robbie
64. Chad Smith, Red Hot Chili Peppers
63. Dennis Chambers
62. Tony Thompson, Chic and The Power Station
61. Clem Burke, Blondie
60. Mick Fleetwood, Fleetwood Mac
59. Jim Gordon, Derek and the Dominos
58. Sheila E, Prince
57. Manu Katché
56. Richie Hayward, Little Feat
55. Max Weinberg, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
54. Questlove, The Roots
53. Jimmy Chamberlin, The Smashing Pumpkins
52. Matt Cameron, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden
51. Alex Van Halen, Van Halen
50. Cozy Powell, The Jeff Beck Group, Rainbow, Whitesnake, and Black Sabbath
49. Vinnie Colaiuta
48. John “Drumbo” French, Captain Beefheart’s Magic Band
47. Dave Lombardo, Slayer
46. Dave Garibaldi, Tower of Power
45. Billy Cobham
44. Jerry Allison, The Crickets
43. Phil Collins, Genesis
42. Bill Ward, Black Sabbath
41. Carter Beauford, Dave Matthews Band
40. Jack DeJohnette
39. Ramon „Tiki” Fulwood, Parliament Funkadelic
38. Jim Keltner
37. Jeff Porcaro, Toto
36. Steve Smith, Journey
35. Fred Below
34. Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, Grateful Dead
33. Tony Allen
32. James Gadson
31. Roger Hawkins, Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section
30. Clifton James, Bo Diddley
29. Carlton Barrett, Bob Marley and the Wailers
28. Carmine Appice
27. Dave Grohl, Nirvana and Foo Fighters
26. Danny Carey, Tool
25. Earl Palmer, Little Richard
24. Steve Gadd
23. Elvin Jones, John Coltrane Quartet
22. Levon Helm, The Band
21. Ian Paice, Deep Purple
20. Bernard Purdie
19. Tony Williams, Miles Davis
18. Joseph „Zigaboo” Modeliste, The Meters
17. Terry Bozzio, Frank Zappa
16. Bill Bruford, Yes and King Crimson
15. Buddy Rich
14. Ringo Starr, The Beatles
13. D.J. Fontana, Elvis Presley
12. Charlie Watts, The Rolling Stones
11. Benny Benjamin, The Funk Brothers
10. Stewart Copeland, The Police
9. Al Jackson Jr., Booker T. & the MG’s
8. Mitch Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix Experience
7. Gene Krupa
6. Clyde Stubblefield i John „Jabo” Starks
5. Hal Blaine
4. Neil Peart, Rush
3. Ginger Baker, Cream
2. Keith Moon, The Who
1. John Bonham, Led Zeppelin

//I’m so happy Steven is on this list (for me he is number one s2)

On January 10th 1983, 35 year old James Costello attacked Peter Sutcliffe, aka ‘The Yorkshire Ripper,’ in Pankhurst Prison. Costello hit him twice across the left side of the head with a broken coffee jar before Sutcliffe had attempted to fight him off. He was left with facial wounds requiring 30 stitches, one of which was a cut running five inches from his mouth to his neck and another from his left eye to his ear. In total, Sutcliffe lost approximately one pint of blood and was left in a state of shock. As a result of the attack, an operation to repair sustained muscle damage was needed. Despite the nature of his own crimes, he later testified that he had been “the subject of a particularly nasty unprovoked attack.”

Photographs of serial killer Peter Sutcliffe’s injuries following an attack by James Costello, a fellow inmate at Parkhurst Prison. He was attacked with a smashed coffee jar and sustained four wounds which required 30 stitches in total.

Sutcliffe was known as The Yorkshire Ripper, and was convicted of murdering 13 prostitutes after he experienced auditory hallucinations, that he interpreted as the voice of god, telling him to do it. He is currently serving a life sentence in Broadmoor Hospital, and unlike the majority of life sentence prisoners in the UK, he is expected to serve a whole life tariff and has been told he will never be released on probation. 


A batch of lyrics that Bob Dylan wrote in the late 1960s were given by Dylan to producer T-Bone Burnett, who came up with the idea to have some contemporary musicians set the words to music. Burnett gathered Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Taylor Goldsmith from Dawes, and Rhiannon Giddens from the Carolina Chocolate Drops, and they recorded an album over the course of two weeks in L.A. It’s called Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes, and Showtime will air a documentary about the making of the album on November 21.

Fresh Air rock critic Ken Tucker has a review.

Photo (below): Marcus Mumford, Rhiannon Giddens, Elvis Costello, Jim James and Taylor Goldsmith. Courtesy of Showtime

Jack was running through the Hub, past the work stations and the coffee machine. Everything seemed wrong. Strange. Distorted shadows loomed over him and the air tasted of blood. He’d call for help but there was no one to help him. He had no one because they’d all died. Alex Hopkins, James Lawson, Suzie Costello, a list of the dead running back over a hundred years. And now Gwen. Whispering voices echoed around the Hub, but he couldn’t hear what they were saying. They were the ghosts of friends and lovers, and now they were whispering.

“Ianto?” he knew that Ianto was the one man he could trust. The man he… the man he knew loved him. “Ianto?” he called “Ianto! Please where are you?” there was no reply, so he kept on running.

—  In The Shadows
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