Saturday, February 02, 2013

Don Nix's "Going Down" Live Radio Broadcast

                                                      
Wanna' hear the absolute best version of "Going Down" that you've ever heard? What's that you say? You've never heard of the song "Going Down?" Whoa! What have you been living in a cave or something for over 40 years?  Well, don't make me start from scratch here cause this song is a staple in the history of modern-day rock and soul music. Plus, if you haven't heard it yet now is your chance. Trust me, The Photolog can be a strong critic when it comes to song analyst but this version definitely takes the cake. It's the best rendition and I've heard them all. Go ahead and check it out as I'll think you'll agree. Here' the YouTube link in HD with picturesque Don Nix sideshow to boot...


10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thank you for this "clip" and congratulations Philip , for the great job you did ,as a director & a Speaker , and overall for the delight and tasty tone you found ! And of course I was proud to see one of my photograph (black & white, that I shot at Montpoupon or was it Montrichard Castel ? on our way to the Oléron Island with Don back in 72 !
Also the is a Picture of your album , taken in Paris (with the white fur jacket) by my brother Jacques . Thank you again , have a wonderfull Year and do not hesitate to send me such Documents if you make some more about : Who knows ; Larry ? Steve or Duck ? or ......
Take care of yourself

@+Bernard Denimal .

4:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounded real nice Phillip, ripping version. Great work on the edits, fun photos.
Thanks for posting..Paul

9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really great! Phillip, it's so important to keep this stuff alive and you are certainly doing your part. Keep 'em coming. N to only is it much enjoyed but greatly appreciated. Looking forward to the next one. Petertheleader

3:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great rendition of Going Down. I always thought that it was a Freddie King song, as I believe his version is still the standard. But this one is excellent, especially the piano by Jay Spell. Keep this coming and take care

3:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good shit. Terry Calder

10:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Phillip....was that one of those old FM100 broadcasts?

thanks for the heads up.

All the best,

Steve C.

10:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Loved it.
!!!!!!......................................df

3:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Excellent !!! Toured Stax a couple of weeks ago and became a member of the Museum to help support it. Then about a week ago went to a great concert there. North Miss Allstars played with the Symphony Orchestra as backup.

Keep up the good work. Ray K

11:08 AM  
Blogger Jon Scott said...

I just wish I had a copy of EVERY broadcast that we did at Ardent. They were minblowers!. The Lynyrd Skynyrd songs are on disc now, as well as the Wishbone Ash
Love it!
Jon Scott

10:31 AM  
Blogger Jimmy Davis said...

Well that was a blast! God bless Don and Larry!
Who was drumming then???
And who engineered those Ardent/FM 100 broadcasts? Cause the ones I've heard are all badass. Got to get another copy of the Skynyrd one too, found one years ago and it had the unreleased "Woman of Mine" on there!Priceless!
Thanks
Jimmy Davis

11:18 AM  

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