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  • Forum Post: Artists of the day: Deep Purple

    Posted 12/08/2011 02:54:16 EST

    If I may chime in.  You guys all seem to miss the point that some of these Front Men or Guitarist are also songwriters or co-song writers while some are not.  Just a thought reading through some of th more »

  • Forum Post: Attention J. Geils fans

    Posted 12/08/2011 02:43:26 EST

    Sanctuary is supposed to be one of their best.  I keep meaning to get it. more »

  • Forum Post: When 2 are better than 1...

    Posted 10/17/2011 09:42:45 EDT


    It was interesting how Three Dog Night went with 3 singers. more »

  • Forum Post: When 2 are better than 1...

    Posted 10/14/2011 10:06:14 EDT

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN42uzNFVmQ On a serious note. Not a big fan but Thin Lizzy is worth mentioning. They seem to have more of a two lead guitar player thing then a lot of bands with just t more »

  • Forum Post: The 25 worst album covers of all time

    Posted 10/02/2011 11:59:19 EDT

  • Forum Post: Guitarists / Bass Players: The Lefty

    Posted 09/01/2011 08:52:28 EDT

    I guess it should be worth mentioning that Hendrix did play the bass.  He played some bass on his last album (Electric Ladyland).  He also played bass on a bizarre Timothy Leary track called "Live and more »

  • Forum Post: Voices that irritate you, in a good way...or not

    Posted 08/26/2011 08:18:02 EDT


    Sting, I agree.  Cant stand his voice or his songs.

    Another voice I'm not fond of is Bruce Springstein.   IMO when he sings it sounds like he's in the middle of taking a crap. more »

  • Forum Post: Your Most Memorable Free Concerts

    Posted 08/25/2011 07:46:02 EDT

    Free concerts?  I've been to hundreds and very little was free. Lowell use to have the "RiverFest".  For free saw Joe Cocker, Black Crows and Peter Wolf.  Three different shows in three different year more »

  • Forum Post: Voices that irritate you, in a good way...or not

    Posted 08/25/2011 07:36:37 EDT


    Voices I hate and not in a good way at all:

    Bono
    Steve Perry
    Geddy Lee
    Joni Mitchell
    Joan Baez

    I'm sure there's plenty more but that's off the top of my head.  I just hate that high pitch stuff. more »

  • Forum Post: Supergroups

    Posted 08/25/2011 03:35:16 EDT

    In Response to Re: Supergroups: Hmmm, judging by the length of some of those screams I'd say she has the rare ability to breath through her ears.  I suppose that could come in handy in some situations more »

  • Forum Post: Supergroups

    Posted 08/25/2011 08:03:22 EDT

    In Response to Re: Supergroups:     You're right with your definition of a Supergroup,but I look at it a little differently.When I think of a Supergroup,I think of members of different bands jamming t more »

  • Forum Post: Tuesday's Retro-ID

    Posted 08/24/2011 08:52:37 EDT


    I was thinking it could have been Crosby Stills and Nash. more »

  • Forum Post: Top 5 music movies

    Posted 08/22/2011 10:15:06 EDT


    "The Kids are Alright" ranks high with me.  Made a big impression on me when I was in Junior H.S.  Made me want to play guitar.

    Easy Rider was a really cool soundtrack. more »

  • Forum Post: Worst cover song of all time

    Posted 08/22/2011 12:36:32 EDT


    This could go down in history as one of the worst covers:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jj7pDNDuoJ0

    If the link don't work just look up "worst pink floyd cover" on you tube.
    more »

  • Forum Post: Worst cover song of all time

    Posted 08/15/2011 11:24:41 EDT

    Was never a big fan of James Taylors cover of Buddy Holly's "Everyday" or "Day Tripper". But, Pat Boone seems to have a special place in music history of being able to destroy a song in such a way it' more »

  • Forum Post: Speaking of The Monkees - Bubblegum?

    Posted 08/12/2011 11:08:39 EDT

    ok.  looked it up.  It doesn't look like Kirshner had anything to do with Josie and the Pussycats but he did have something to do with the Archies who had a big hit with Sugar Sugar which is said to h more »

  • Forum Post: Speaking of The Monkees - Bubblegum?

    Posted 08/12/2011 10:57:39 EDT

    In Response to Re: Speaking of The Monkees - Bubblegum?: I'll admit it: I loved the Monkees and still like many of their tunes. Mike Nesmith is a very talented musician. Davey was a showman, Mickey th more »

  • Forum Post: What are you listening to -- right now? today?

    Posted 07/26/2011 01:31:06 EDT


    I listened to a copy of the Levon Helm band taped at the Vibes over the weekend.  A friend of mine taped it and gave me a copy.  Waiting on a copy of Furthur. more »

  • Forum Post: The most un-under-non appreicated/respected guitarists...

    Posted 07/21/2011 10:58:08 EDT

    In Response to Re: The most un-under-non appreicated/respected guitarists...: Nigel is also a very underrated piano player. Pete Townsend doesn't get nearly the recognition he deserves.   Another surp more »

  • Forum Post: The most un-under-non appreicated/respected guitarists...

    Posted 07/18/2011 02:02:35 EDT


    Buddy Guy. more »

  • Forum Post: "Ghoulish" singers

    Posted 07/07/2011 10:37:01 EDT

    Going back quite a few years but how about the Big Bopper (Chantilly Lace). more »

  • Forum Post: The Grateful Dead / The Allman Brothers Band: The Essentials

    Posted 06/30/2011 01:19:29 EDT

    Here’s a story which might reveal more about my identity then I care for but what the heck.  My first show was in 1984, I think in April.  At the time, I was playing in a band called “Smokestack Light more »

  • Forum Post: Cold beer being served (or lemonade, soda, your choice)

    Posted 06/30/2011 01:07:57 EDT


    Well there's "one bourbon, one scotch, one beer". more »

  • Forum Post: Rolling Stones favorites

    Posted 06/30/2011 01:03:41 EDT

    I just love "Get your Ya Ya's out".  Love the lead playing by Mick Taylor.  The solo on Sympathy is awesome IMO. For a more obscure one, I realy like "Memo for Turner".  There's two versions, not the more »

  • Forum Post: The Grateful Dead / The Allman Brothers Band: The Essentials

    Posted 06/16/2011 01:15:34 EDT

    I’m a pretty big fan.  Had seen them about 18 times or so.  I pretty much stopped going to shows when they started playing stadiums, at that point, they just seem to be getting more and more sloppy.  more »

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