Marc Ribot - 'a pure ironist' or beyond irony?
In 1984 Marc Ribot joined the Longue Lizards, the iconoclastic and innovative Downtown jazz ensemble led by John Lurie, where his creative deconstructionist tendencies found eager soul mates, ready to subvert established musical genres with vitality and a generous dose of irony - [100 Years of Jazz Guitar - booklet].
'Dark Was The Night (Cold Was The Ground)' by Blind Willie Johnson, here performed by Marc Ribot on the documentary 'The Soul of a Man'.
While My Guitar Gently Weeps - alterated version of George Harrison's music by american guitarist Marc Ribot.
Marc Ribot - Bateau
Marc Ribot y los Cubanos Postizos - Aurora en Pekin - [this performance is from the 19th Banlieues Bleues in France, on March 19, 2002].
Marc Ribot with Medeski, Martin & Wood - Hey Joe
Marc Ribot - Solo [compilation]
Blind Willie Johnson - Dark Was The Night, Cold Was ... A Blind Willie Johnson actor playing Dark was the night, cold was the ground on Vim Wenders contribution to Martin Scorsese's "The Blues" Journey in 1920s movie style.
The Beatles -While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Jimi Hendrix - Hey Joe [Live] - - [Jimi at his best in Monterey 1967]