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Old 11-10-2010, 07:49 AM   #4351
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Old 11-10-2010, 07:51 AM   #4353
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Old 11-10-2010, 07:56 AM   #4354
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Anyone see the pattern of the last 4 artists?
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Old 11-10-2010, 07:59 AM   #4355
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Old 11-12-2010, 01:03 PM   #4357
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Old 11-12-2010, 09:14 PM   #4358
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Old 11-12-2010, 09:41 PM   #4359
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one of the best band guitarist ever , I rank them two different ways.

Guys that are in typical bands like Eddie and David Gilmour , and then guys like Vie and Satriani who are more just solo acts and don't write in typical song format ... They are more like listening to a orchestra then a band.
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Old 11-12-2010, 10:07 PM   #4360
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one of the best band guitarist ever , I rank them two different ways.

Guys that are in typical bands like Eddie and David Gilmour , and then guys like Vie and Satriani who are more just solo acts and don't write in typical song format ... They are more like listening to a orchestra then a band.
Not a huge EVH fan here - just thought I'd post that one for anyone who was curious as to what ol' Ed's been up to lately.

Can't believe the cigarettes - the guy just beat oral cancer, and he's smoking again?

What a dumb ass!
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Old 11-15-2010, 08:56 AM   #4361
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one of the best band guitarist ever , I rank them two different ways.

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from a nostalgia perspective alone, i've got a woody. dude's been thru a major lull that seems to have stifled him personally and professionally, so I'm happy to see him looking pretty fit and, by all accounts, doing it for the love of the music again.

reminds me of Rocky training for his bout with Ivan Drago! Nice find, LABF.
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Heaven & Hell - "Children of the Sea" (live 2009)
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last filmed performance of RJD. i seem to detect a pretty tired sounding voice.
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Old 11-17-2010, 12:18 PM   #4363
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I'm down with the two-criteria ranking, but I'm thinking Eddie might be more like a Vai/Satriani soloist, especially with VH's revolving door of singers. He's an amazing technician, but I think the flashy brilliance that attracts us to these guys is out of proportion to its musical relevance. How often do these wild, flailing solos "make" a great song? You can only listen to Eruption so many times before you want to move on to the real songs.
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How about this for an example. Roy Bittan's piano on the Springsteen classic 'Jungleland.' I don't remember really noticing the piano back then, but now when you listen closely, the damn song is ALL about the piano. He's "makes" the song without resorting to histrionics.



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Old 11-18-2010, 10:15 PM   #4367
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I certainly was not lacking for energy that night ...
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Maybe one of you guys can tell me wtf band this is ... a friend gave me a few of their mp3's, but he doesn't know their name. He says Ralph Humphery on drums and Larry Steelman keyboards. Those guys are for real, but the websites don't mention them in a band or anything. Tell me some similar artists maybe.

This song is especially great for getting up and moving (when you don't want to)



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I have absolutely no idea Buff, sorry.

I never really got into jazz fusion all that much....Mahavishnu Orchestra was pretty listenable and I enjoyed really strange late 60's stuff like say Soft Machine and Van Der Graff Generator but a little of it went a very long way for me.
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Old 11-20-2010, 12:29 AM   #4371
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Oh yeah.

Both of my folks were fans when the team was still in Minneapolis (they both grew up in MN) so I was basically born into a Lakers household.

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I certainly was not lacking for energy that night ...
Nope.

You made those other two guys look like sticks in the mud by comparison.
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The Doors Live in Vancouver 1970. Here's a quick, off the cuff review:

I had the bootleg of this show for years (the above clip is audio from the bootleg version)and got an advance copy of it's official issue this AM. As usual with Bright Midnight releases, the sound has been cleaned up to the point of being pretty amazing for tapes recorded in 1970. This show isn't a soundboard recording (recorded on a reel to reel using only two microphones) so the sonic accomplishment is even more impressive.

About the usual night for Jim vocally here on this tour (meaning he seems only partially interested) and the band performs it's usual concert staples with it's typical aplomb (they played pretty much the same set all throughout this tour). No real surprises other than the rare appearance of "Love Me Two Times" and band going into a bit of "St. James Infirmary" & "Fever" during the instrumental break of "Light My Fire".

The reason this set stands out are the blues covers that Albert King performs with them. King's presence pushes the band and you can hear the energy level and enthusiasm increase notably on the tracks that feature him. Can a guest appearance on only four tracks make that much of a difference? The answer is yes.

3 1/2 out of a possible 5 stars...it's a fine set for Doors fanatics and collectors. For the passive fan, it's the typical 1970 tour performance. The performance is not on par with the best of Bright Midnight's 1970 releases (notably Detroit, NY, Pittsbugh & the Aquarius Second Performance) and nothing really all that indespensible. This is especially true since the King tracks (the set's main selling point) should be readily available on iTunes.

If anyone wants my old bootleg of this show, PM me and we'll work something out.
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The Vancouver '70 bootleg has been spoken for.....please guys, no more requests.
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