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  • Posted 06/05/2011 10:58:10 EDT

    In Response to Deep Purple Interview: On BDC: Posted by yogafriend  I just posted about Steve M more »

  • Forum Post: Guitar Heroes

    Posted 06/05/2011 10:40:21 EDT

    Just for one day. Show something that beats this. this was 20 years ago. Steve is now playing lead for Deep Purple in his spare time. The onl more »

  • Posted 03/20/2011 07:44:38 EDT

    In Response to Re: Jeff Beck honors Les Paul on PBS: Thanks Les Jeff is the best Posted by jesseyeric The stuff with Brian Setzer was the best part. I'm not into rockabilly so much, but my respect for more »

  • Posted 03/19/2011 07:58:39 EDT

    on right now. Very cool...

    Helps to realize the impact that Les has on what we all listen to today. more »

  • Posted 03/19/2011 05:33:13 EDT

    I'll just post my favorites, too tired to break it down at the moment... inpo Steely Dan Santana Doobie Brothers Allman Brothers ZZ Top The Eagles The Doors Grateful Dead Alice In Chains REM Kind of b more »

  • Posted 01/27/2011 01:46:38 EST

    In Response to Re: Best Rock Instrumentals: In Response to Re: Best Rock Instrumentals : Hey SDM, You're not leaving the forum(s) are you?  As for the censorship on BDC, you just can't take it too ser more »

  • Posted 01/26/2011 06:35:41 EST

    In Response to Re: Albums that you couldn't stop playing: I have this tape of the Grateful Dead from Manor Downs in Austin, TX on 7/31/1982 - the eve of Garcia's 40th birthday.  What a great, great sh more »

  • Posted 01/26/2011 06:23:17 EST

    In Response to Re: Albums that you couldn't stop playing: Following the non-megahit rule: Yes - Yessongs, Tormato ELP - Tarkus, Pictures at an Exhibition, Works Vols 1 and 2 Deep Purple - Made in Japa more »

  • Posted 01/26/2011 04:22:23 EST

    It would have to be the Dead with Dylan and Tom Petty at the Meadowlands some time in the mid 80s. I've seen probably 20 Dead shows, and for the most part they were pretty good, if not great (Saratoga more »

  • Posted 01/26/2011 03:53:09 EST

    In Response to Re: Best Rock Instrumentals: I can't believe no one has mentioned "Cruise Control" by The Dixie Dregs. Also, in repsponding to the previous post, one of the songs was "Ho nky Tonk."  Wh more »

  • Forum Post: Robert DeNiro

    Posted 01/18/2011 11:18:18 EST

    In my humble opinion, he is the best actor we have. Sure, even the first Focker movie wasn't necessary, but would what you do? Wait for the ideal script to come along? You can only spend so much time more »

  • Forum Post: Snow Songs

    Posted 01/18/2011 10:03:17 EST

    I used to plow snow too. I didn't enjoy it much either, especially when the phone rang at 3 am and I had to go face what could be 20+ hours behind the wheel. But folks are counting on you, so try to j more »

  • Posted 01/18/2011 09:45:19 EST

    In Response to Re: Part 3: Chose your lead Guitarists: I need dual lead guitarist in my band. Jeff Beck and Jimi Hendrix To see those two play off each other would have been a gift from the heavens. P more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 08:06:15 EST

    In Response to Re: Part 3: Chose your lead Guitarists: Mick Taylor circa the early '70's Posted by jkjband   Ok, now you are just toying with me. There are at least a dozen. I'll go with those that ar more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 07:49:00 EST

    In Response to Re: Who are you all and why do I enjoy chatting with you?: SDM, thanks for the shout out and warm welcome!   I can't help but wonder what you did imagine about me before you knew I had more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 03:58:24 EST

    In Response to Re: What does your avatar say about you?: I think that mine represents my feelings on inner calmness and tranquility which I tend to harbor deep within Posted by jkjband   Come on, show more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 03:50:26 EST

    In Response to Re: Part 2: Who's your Bassists: I'm not sure I want a flamboyant person. My vision of a bass player is person who stands off to the side and lets the vocalist and lead guitarist be the more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 12:31:40 EST

    This isn't about music, but about your presence here. This isn't facebook, and I'm glad for that. I closed my facebook account last year after their second privacy breach. Mine is nothing more than a more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 12:17:32 EST

    Brick - Ben Folds
    Jessey beat me to Can you see the real me
    Never Going Back Again - Fleetwood Mac
    Guinevere - CSNY more »

  • Posted 01/17/2011 11:50:27 EST

    kind of a follow up to the songs that make you smile. These might make you smile, but for different reasons, maybe some harmless wicked twist that is all in good fun. Or maybe there is some inside jok more »

  • Posted 01/16/2011 06:14:36 EST

    Flea is awesome. I like Victor Wooten, but he's almost become a circus act. Tony Levin (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, and apparently Cheap Trick) is pretty amazing. more »

  • Posted 01/16/2011 09:55:34 EST

    Well, since Peart and Palmer are taken, Bill Bruford and Billy Cobham. Billy Kilson, who plays with trumpet master Chris Botti, is better than all of them. There is a theme here. I got to see him live more »

  • Posted 01/15/2011 10:49:51 EST

    In Response to Re: Do you use a bread machine?: I have a large bread machine, I used to use all the time. But haven't in years. Was thinking of e-baying it. I got one of those 45-minutes bread machine more »

  • Posted 01/15/2011 07:10:07 EST

    In Response to Re: Acapella is sometimes underappreciated: Wow, thanks guys.   I don't have time to do a response justice just this sec, but I'll come back (this time I won't forget ...) -- I'll get y more »

  • Posted 01/14/2011 08:52:52 EST

    Wow. I wish I could respond to each of you individually. Eventually I will. WhatIsItNow: I can envision a movie script from this alone. Hunter is one of the many inspirations of my writing, which I wi more »

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