Discussion in 'General Music' started by deMelo, Dec 9, 2013.
Definitely the 2 bands I've been listening to the most.
One of my favourite bands and albums of all time!
Heaven & Hell - Bible Black
Going to see this band open for the Crazy World of Arthur Brown in Austin this Saturday...
Miss this man
Great video, great performance. Thanks for sharing!
Just some classics,
and a cover(dale).
The Company Band
Another for today
The Who - Young Man Blues
I been listening to The Beatles a lot lately. Theres a few songs in particular that I've been listening to on repeat
I've also been extra fond of Within You Without You and Rocky Raccon which is beginning to be one of my favourite songs of all time. My Uncle always plays it when he comes camping with us so I've got an extra bit of love for the song
I really love their cover of Chuck Berry's Roll Over Beethoven which I honestly like a bit better than the original
And of course I've been blowing my eardrums out of my head with a bit of Akadaka blasting into my face
And of course, Soul Stripper, which to me is like AC/DC's Stairway to Heaven
And here's a cheeky live performance that I absolutely love. Lighting a ciggi on stage? Does it get much more Rock and Roll? And let's not forget Bon's outfit...
I'm seriously surprised there isn't a limit to amount of links you can have in one post... Oh well, may as well abuse it while I can
Rush - Roll The Bones
not only one of my favorite bands of all time, LOOK AT THAT SG!
At this moment:
1) Classic Norwegian Black Metal albums: I started as a headbanger and I still enjoy listening to Metal. Many Metal albums came and went during the past three decades. I always return to this music.
2) Queen II, Sheer Heart Attack, A night at the opera by Queen, or any of The Grateful Dead's first five studio albums: I also discovered Classic Rock, and these are my current favorites.
3) Any masterpiece by Miles Davis or Bob Dylan: there's more to music than Metal and Classic Rock. Enough said.
My bassist and some friends went . I shoulda gone !
I can't even begin to describe how good of a show this was. Arthur Brown was out of this world. But I'm sure you heard that.
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