Discussion in 'General Music' started by deMelo, Dec 9, 2013.
I've been listening a lot to Neil Young lately, the 1969-1975 period where most of his "essential" albums were released. His constantly throws odd curve balls at you, but if you're in, it's an immensely rewarding ride.
Right this moment:
*Edit* Just realised I've posted this song before...
Also, anyone know how to remove a post? I don't seem to be able too
well, have to say, wasn't expecting THAT! Like it even though I don't understand the lyrics....
Check out the backing band.
For those of you that prefer short songs, let it be known this is about 7 minutes long and its a great ride. The band starts softly and towards the end the guy on the chair with the V starts making his presence known.
Really hate the song "Final Countdown" as it was overplayed on the local radio stations many eons ago. So I avoided this band for years. Awhile back I came across the above videos of Lights Out and Love to Love [ for some of you it is Misty Green and Blue] and I was stunned as all I knew the Final Countdown ........
When the concert video came up in the play list, I thought it was worth a try. Yes, they play the freaking Final Countdown and please don't hold it against the band. At least, it is the last song.
Their guitarist is underappreciated. And he isn't put in the best spot in the mix on this video. Have to pay attention as he pays homage to the great M.S.
And for you fuzz tone fans here is the first Iron Butterfly album.
I've had USA fever for the past few days
Just got into SRV...
I reckon he's a serious contender for the greatest guitarist that ever lived
Tell me when you want to burn me at the stake, I'll need to free up some time
Also contributing to my "USA fever"...
What a monstrous voice
First listen: The recent album from Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie just to retain a sense of classic pop sensibility. It is utterly quirky, utterly Lindsey and yet the best parts seem to be Christine's. I sometimes think he is horribly bored and has to fiddle with novelty to prevent dropping off to sleep. He's like the Babe Ruth of pop: when he gets a good piece of the ball its gone but he seems to swing at nothing but air about as often as he gets a bite.
Montreal's BLISS. One of my all time fav. Canadian bands opening for No Means No in 1994. Pelham Blue SG. Who knew:
Love that Yussef Kamaal Track !
Goin' through old vinyl.
Found these guys 1st album.
However, IMHO live is where
GABBA, GABBA, HEY! :)
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