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Old 02-10-2009, 05:15 PM   #3501
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Old 02-10-2009, 05:27 PM   #3502
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Old 02-10-2009, 05:34 PM   #3503
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Old 02-10-2009, 09:26 PM   #3504
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AX9Vhv4akxc


Man, The Grateful Dead on a 105 degree night in Vegas in May 1994. This video of Peggy O stars Jerry, two months before his death. If you can make it to 2:00, Jerry's guitar solo is hauntingly beautiful.

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Old 02-11-2009, 01:33 AM   #3505
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Just an hour ago I listened about 10 times each to:

"Overkill" by Men at Work ... the acoustic version from the show "Scrubs."

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"Wham, Bam, Shang-a-Lang," a 70s tune by a band called Silver:

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Old 02-11-2009, 05:21 PM   #3506
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The Brian Jonestown Massacre
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Old 02-11-2009, 10:34 PM   #3507
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Well, only half the band is left, but they put on a good to great show. The material is somewhat eccentric and not for everyone. Even if you don't care for it, it's worth going just to see Prarie Prince..unquestionably the most underrated drummer of the last 30 years.

Kraftwerk demands a lot from the listener...I always liked electronic music that wasn't geared for the dance clubs. Unfortunately, a lot of that stuff is lost on people on this side of the Atlantic. I've freaked a few people out with Autoban in my time....the ones left standing were subjected to Magma and Synergy, that usually took care of the rest
Ah, didn't see this. According to my buddy who got the tickets, The Tubes have all but one of the original guys with them. Regardless, it's in a very good small venue (Soiled Dove Underground, if you're familiar?), a Saturday night and something fun to do. I'm looking forward to it.
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Ah, didn't see this. According to my buddy who got the tickets, The Tubes have all but one of the original guys with them. Regardless, it's in a very good small venue (Soiled Dove Underground, if you're familiar?), a Saturday night and something fun to do. I'm looking forward to it.
Well, I checked this out with the band's official site and it appears that only four of the original members are on the tour, same as the Wild West shows of a few years ago. http://www.thetubes.com/sitemap.htm
Which only makes sense as the original keyboardist, Vince Welnick, committed suicide a few years back and the feud between guitarist Bill Spooner and the band is very well known. No matter though, the band is highly theatratical and even if you don't care for the music (which is challenging beyond the hits) they will make you laugh. Fee Waybill doing his caberet act is even funnier now (albeit in a kinda sad way) given that the guy is in his 60's. Personally, I'd love to see them but have never had the chance.

Lemme know how it goes if you could.
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Well, I checked this out with the band's official site and it appears that only four of the original members are on the tour, same as the Wild West shows of a few years ago. http://www.thetubes.com/sitemap.htm
Which only makes sense as the original keyboardist, Vince Welnick, committed suicide a few years back and the feud between guitarist Bill Spooner and the band is very well known. No matter though, the band is highly theatratical and even if you don't care for the music (which is challenging beyond the hits) they will make you laugh. Fee Waybill doing his caberet act is even funnier now (albeit in a kinda sad way) given that the guy is in his 60's. Personally, I'd love to see them but have never had the chance.

Lemme know how it goes if you could.
Holy ****, is that the same guy who was the keyboard player for the Dead? That would make 4 dead Dead keyboard players: Pigpen, Keith, Brent, and now Vince. That job was cursed. Vince was at a party I attended South of Cancun (Puerto Escondido) on New Year's eve 1993 with Bob Weir. I think it was the first New Year in maybe 30 years the Dead hadn't played a show somewhere. Unless they didn't in '92 either.

That's crazy about Vince. I didn't know that.

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Holy ****, is that the same guy who was the keyboard player for the Dead? That would make 4 dead Dead keyboard players: Pigpen, Keith, Brent, and now Vince. That job was cursed. Vince was at a party I attended South of Cancun (Puerto Escondido) on New Year's eve 1993 with Bob Weir. I think it was the first New Year in maybe 30 years the Dead hadn't played a show somewhere. Unless they didn't in '92 either.

That's crazy about Vince. I didn't know that.
Yeah, he left The Tubes to play with the Dead....and it killed him.
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Old 02-12-2009, 04:11 PM   #3511
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Hey Bombay...lemme know if they play this, probably my fave of the early stuff.
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Hey Bombay...lemme know if they play this, probably my fave of the early stuff.
I'll let you know what I think of the show, Hogan, although I'm not sure what I'll be able to identify, being really unfamiliar with this band, generally speaking. I'll make sure to listen to this song and keep an ear out for it.
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Awesome! You know I've tried to get you onto them. Your thoughts? To me, one of the best bands out there.
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Oh, jesus. Robert Pollard is one of the most underrated songwriter of all-time. The melodies...my god. "Tractor Rape Chain", "Ironman Ralley Song"...good god. Pollard is melody god.
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Old 02-13-2009, 07:47 AM   #3514
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Oh, jesus. Robert Pollard is one of the most underrated songwriter of all-time. The melodies...my god. "Tractor Rape Chain", "Ironman Ralley Song"...good god. Pollard is melody god.
Both bands I came to somewhat late. I had some early Massacre (Strung out In Heaven and Thank God For Mental Illness) and wasn't very impressed by it at the time, so I left them be. I did pick up Tepid Peppermint on your suggestion and nearly a year later it's still in both the home and car's players.
Have the new one as well and am very happy with it (My Bloody Underground) Travelling out to Cleveland to see them at the end of March and expectations are off the charts for that show.

GBV's was one of those bands I always liked but never got any of the material of for one reason or another. I've been correcting that since 2007 and have to agree with you on Pollard....probably the most talented drunk I've heard this side of Jim Morrrison. I mentioned the Rainy Day Saints earlier, the head man in that outfit (Dave Swanson) played drums with Cobra Verde, which backed up Pollard as GBV for the Mag Earwig album (I Am A Tree). He told me a few stories about Pollard. He's very booze oriented apparently and hard to work with, especially for someone who doesn't drink (like Dave). Interesting stuff nonetheless, very melodic, kinda hard to believe that it never got beyond a cult status.
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Check out this song. Black Cloud by a band called Trapeze.
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Brittni Paiva who says the ukalele can't jam





This one reminds me of chet atkins

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She can play, brotha. Good find.

That's quite a display of mastery for such a youngster.
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These guys are pretty solid. Check 'em out if you like southern-tinged indie stuff. You'll be glad you did.

I'll preface this by saying that they are playing in a record store here...not much for sound. They are typically very good live...the sound fills a room...drummer and bass player are very good for this type of music.

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Here's one for the alt-rock historians...

These guys formed in NY and moved to Dallas. They were a power trio of immense proportions...GREAT live band. They were some good luck away from breaking it. Excellent stuff from some nice guys. I have read critical acclaim of Secret Machine's live stuff, and UFOFU were every bit as powerful.

The bass player Brandon and drummer Ben went on to form Secret Machines with another local guy from a band called Comet. Ben played with Tripping Daisy for awhile until the band lost their guitar player to heroin.

Check out the tracks "The Thing of it Is", "Legendary Microwave", and "The Skies Magnify Me."

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Now that's a first for me.....Dave Brubeck done on ukalele. Cool.
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Because a few of you in this thread could use a little religion....
Here's something pretty wild...I give you Uncle Scratch's Gospel Revival



Rough language in this clip kiddies, be advised.
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More Holy blues from Uncle Scratch's Gospel Revival....


"I Banged A Sinner"
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