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Old 12-13-2008, 10:04 PM   #3426
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Old 12-14-2008, 11:43 AM   #3427
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Typical thing for him I think...wish I could've seen some footage of him beating the snot out of Abby Hoffman @ Woodstock

Some clips from Kilburn were already in The Kids Are Alright, correct? That's the show where Baba O & Fooled Again come from, is it not?

Correct the kilborn show was after a one year hiatus what's really cool is it has the 1969 gig at the London Coliseum that has tommy in it's full entirety and the bluray kicks ass!

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Old 12-14-2008, 07:40 PM   #3428
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Old 12-15-2008, 06:56 AM   #3429
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Old 12-15-2008, 08:45 AM   #3430
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The video for Pavement's "Shady Lane" directed by Spike Jones.

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Old 12-15-2008, 03:29 PM   #3432
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Took this stupid little movie of the black crowes Saturday night at the fillmore. Lots of people wandering in and out of it.


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Old 12-15-2008, 03:32 PM   #3433
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Man I miss Pavement......Malk's solo career doesn't come close to even the worst stuff put out by his original band IMHO. He's been a total let down from the moment the band broke up.

Brighten is great stuff, but I still think Crooked was the high point. Be that as it may there's really not a Pavement disc out there that's not worth owning....strange that there's not been a compilation issued on the back catalog yet (or one that I'm aware of anyways)
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Old 12-20-2008, 01:00 AM   #3434
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Old 12-20-2008, 01:04 AM   #3435
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And here is Zepp's redo of it.

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Old 12-20-2008, 09:37 PM   #3437
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Looking to get a yardbird record Not cd... What is recomended?
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Old 12-21-2008, 12:37 AM   #3438
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Looking to get a yardbird record Not cd... What is recomended?
A Yardbirds record and not a cd eh? What a weird request....I'll take a stab at it though.

Your best bet would be a CD actually and that would be Ultimate which is on Rhino. This collection serves two purposes:

1) It (like all Rhino compilations) tends to go overboard on it's selection of material, which in this case is an advantage for you. IMHO, It contains the best cross section of each era of the band (but be advised Beck comes out the winner here materialwise, so if you're a slave to Page or Clapton...you might feel they're underrepresented)....and
2) Because it's on Rhino, it'd be a minor miracle if it ever goes out of print. So the title should be still available thru Rhino's website.

Now, if you're really serious about the vinyl releases, then you need to seek out some of the original mid-60's stuff (because it's doubtful an all inclusive anthology is available in that format). I'd go with Over Under Sideways Down...but again, if you're a Page or Clapton addict, you'll be disappointed (since that's a Beck disc). If Page-era is what you're after, you will need to search out Live Yardbirds Featuring Jimmy Page which will give you all you need in the pre-Zep Page Dept. and more. If Clapton is what you're after, then Five Live Yardbirds will fit the bill nicely.

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Old 12-21-2008, 08:28 AM   #3439
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Old 12-22-2008, 06:43 PM   #3440
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A Yardbirds record and not a cd eh? What a weird request....I'll take a stab at it though.

Your best bet would be a CD actually and that would be Ultimate which is on Rhino. This collection serves two purposes:

1) It (like all Rhino compilations) tends to go overboard on it's selection of material, which in this case is an advantage for you. IMHO, It contains the best cross section of each era of the band (but be advised Beck comes out the winner here materialwise, so if you're a slave to Page or Clapton...you might feel they're underrepresented)....and
2) Because it's on Rhino, it'd be a minor miracle if it ever goes out of print. So the title should be still available thru Rhino's website.

Now, if you're really serious about the vinyl releases, then you need to seek out some of the original mid-60's stuff (because it's doubtful an all inclusive anthology is available in that format). I'd go with Over Under Sideways Down...but again, if you're a Page or Clapton addict, you'll be disappointed (since that's a Beck disc). If Page-era is what you're after, you will need to search out Live Yardbirds Featuring Jimmy Page which will give you all you need in the pre-Zep Page Dept. and more. If Clapton is what you're after, then Five Live Yardbirds will fit the bill nicely.

Hope that helps.
Thanks. I listened to the five live birds and liked it! Very interested in Over Under Sideways Down. Have to get it.

I also listened to Little Games. Found some Similarity between "White Summer" and "Over the Hills and Far Away". Nothing major. Thought it was cool.
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Thanks. I listened to the five live birds and liked it! Very interested in Over Under Sideways Down. Have to get it.

I also listened to Little Games. Found some Similarity between "White Summer" and "Over the Hills and Far Away". Nothing major. Thought it was cool.
Cool, glad I could be of service. Things like this make my week
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:00 PM   #3442
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Hey hogan remember i was talking about that who dvd release well here it is and i watched it tonight at my brothers house ( it's excellent)

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Okay, got this for Xmas but because of the Diego trip, I couldn't get to it sooner than today. It's about what I expected, which is to say that it's great. They haven't played for a year, so they are very loose (which I kinda like myself) It takes a bit for Moon to get up to speed at the beginning, but when he does, he's his typical self. Townsend is beyond manic in trying to prove he's not the boring old fart the punks of the time accused him of being. Daltry was at his zenith as a vocalist and the film made the loss of Entwistle hurt that much more....what a talent, what a Man, what a tragedy his passing was .

The high point for me was Dreaming From The Waist..which is grossly underrated as a song. It's good to finally have some footage of it in it's totality. Pete was pretty entertaining at this point, slapping the drink at and pushing the amp over on the stagehand, threatening the crowd to come up and try taking the guitar off him and such....big bad Pete

Overall, a great DVD. The 69 show is great footage as well, but the years in the vault took it's toll on it. I've seen much better footage of that show in The Kids Are Alright...I understand the age of it and all but damn that was pretty beat. I'd rank Live At Kilburn 1977 right behind that film and IMHO the greatest footage of The Who of them all Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970.
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I took this video of the Wailers performing Exodus at the Ogden in Denver last night.

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Old 01-18-2009, 10:37 AM   #3447
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Old 01-19-2009, 08:10 AM   #3449
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Agreed. I think in retrospect, IMHO the performances at Woodstock were on the whole not that great. The best of which belong to Santana, Sly & The Family Stone, The Who & (maybe) The Jefferson Airplane ("Volunteers" smoked in the original film, it was replaced by a subpar song and performance in the reissue). Hendrix's set was just aimless jamming with a pick up outfit (still good but far from his jaw-dropping best) Joplin was subpar and the rest were pretty much forgettable or just plain outright embarrassing (like Sha Na Na).
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I thought Joplin was great at Woodstock. Hendrix, too. Obviously it wasn't the same as his Monterrey Pop Festival set, which I think is his best, bust still a very good set.
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