Have you heard of the series “What’s in My Bag?” It’s from Amoeba records. They walk a famous musician through the store and ask him/her what CDs they buy: i.e. what they put in their bag.

An interesting one was Chris Robinson (from the Black Crowes) and Neal Casal. Both are great players/singers, but their selections indicate how deep the Judiac control of music is. In particular, how the Jew controls the artistic sensibilities of the people he rules over.

Here were their three main suggestions…the records they supposedly like the most:

1.) Arthur “Big Boy” Crodup – One of these Howling Wolf type black artists from the 1920s. A good player/singer I’m sure. But in reality, did anybody ever really listen to them enthusiastically?  I even wonder if the European guitar players that were SO influenced by these black guitarists ever really listen to them: i.e. Rolling Stones, Clapton, etc. I would say no. I imagine it’s just something they’re supposed to say.

The other day, I realized how nobody I ever knew enjoyed listening to these old black guitar players: Howling Wolf, etc. I think that says something.

Say what you will about someone like Michael Jackson, but at least people listen to him. He has genuine fans as opposed to alleged fans.

2.) Judee Sill – Some forgotten female singer from the past. Perhaps she was good, perhaps not. Either way, Robinson says, “we need some more strong, feminine voices.” From that comment, I gather she’s not worth listening to. Predictably, she committed suicide. So score one for the (((globalists))).

They planted the Sylvia Plath seed into her mind, and she followed suit accordingly.

3.) John Rehnbourn and Wizz Jones – Two obscure English guitar players. Good sound from the little I heard. But the main gist was that Rehnbourn “hitch hiked to Afghanistan” during the 1960s and how, according to Neal Casal, that idea is “more important than ever” now. In other words, a European man gave up on his homeland to live in the future home of the Taliban. I am sure that a comment like that would receive full support from Cuckerberg over at Fakebook.  

Executive summary: These European geniuses from the past preferred the Arab world to Europe. So Sweden should be willing to let 2 million Syrian refugees flood into Stockholm.

Conclusion: Music is not merely sound. It conveys the Weltanschauung of a nation. It teaches people what to think, how to feel, etc. By watching a show like “What’s in My Bag?” we can see the Luciferian hand, working on the minds of the talented musicians of America.

One thought on “An Analysis of Chris Robinson and Neal Casal on “What’s in My Bag?”

  1. Howling Wolf is the only one of them fuck sticks I’ve heard of

    The howling wolf cuts I have heard have been all distortion and reverb. Can’t tell if he was any good or not and old school blues makes up30-40% of my music options

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