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6 ***days ***ago
RollingFreak
Is he actually singing any of this though lol? Just ribbing him, happy that Roger has continued to age well and still go out there and do this, even if I did wish he could still sing live. I really like Dave's guitar there.
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7 ***days ***ago
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Quotebye bye johnny ZZ Top Plan New Music With Dusty Hill’s Replacement: Exclusive Matt Wardlaw June 19, 2022 I mean its hardly really news, at least to the point where I understand why THATS the headline. They continued on like literally the next day after he died and said as much. This isn't "continuing the tour" then seeing where it goes. This is "he's dead,
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11 ***days ***ago
RollingFreak
Def Leppard are surprisingly still pretty big. They usually headline the tours they do, and even as a fan, I'm truly surprised they have as big a following as they still do.
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20 ***days ***ago
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The Stones and Aerosmith have very similar schedules for very similar shows. Clapton and Waters are totally different shows for those individuals (Waters barely sings anymore) and they don't move around a ton. I can understand why they do back to back. I'm shocked at Springsteen's schedule for Europe next year. Thats a lot with no rest for his type of show.
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20 ***days ***ago
RollingFreak
I saw him with Cream at MSG on Night 3 when he had totally spent his energy on Night 2. Sucked, cause he was wiped and it definitely affects the show. Just luck of the draw. The shows have always lived and died by his energy.
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22 ***days ***ago
RollingFreak
QuoteIrelandCalling4 On record they progressed rapidly from Slippery to 1995s These Days. Crush in 2000 was a big hit but arguably they have been treading water ever since though still feature some good material on every album since. A very different band post 2000 yo the vitality and vibrancy of the pre 2000s. They strike me as very similar to U2 in a lot of ways. Any of those bands from the 8
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22 ***days ***ago
RollingFreak
In 1994, Bon Jovi compared Such's departure from the band to Bill Wyman's departure from The Rolling Stones. “They just grew in different directions. That's understandable… just because I want to keep setting records doesn't mean other people have to do it,” Bon Jovi said at the time.
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26 ***days ***ago
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QuoteLeonidP Quotebobo Couldn't care less. Useless singer and overrated frontman. Agree, but VH was also highly overrated as a band. What's their biggest hit? Jamie's Crying? ... even that is not really any good. Lol, you can not like them, but you've gotta know Panama, Jump, Unchained, Runnin With The Devil, Eruption if you know Jamie's Crying. They had a lot of hits
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteDbs1972 Neil Young was untouchable 1969-1980, and I will pay whatever to get new releases and boots from that period. After Hawks and Doves, forget it. He crashed in the ditch and burned in my opinion. He's not nearly as consistent as that initial decade, but 1. he put out enough in that decade between solo, Buffalo Springfield, CSNY to last a career. Seriously, he was a well of songs a
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteIrix Rest in peace, Alan White - and Thank You for the Music. Jon Anderson will be very sad - some days ago Vangelis passed away and now his Yes drummer mate .... He was the best man at Anderson's wedding. He must be devastated.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
Appears to be the same edition released in 2013, but agreed it was a fantastic and overdue release then.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteJavadave Oh, FFS, get off your high horse. It's a pun on one of their hits. If you have to explain it, it ain't funny.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
This is a video of Baba O Riley. Also, not to take the wind out of your sails, but Roger's scream at the end of Won't Get Fooled Again is actually prerecorded. I didn't know that till I learned that here, but there is video where he's not near the mic and it happens. And also its the same every night and the only thing he NAILS. It was really sad when I learned, but I guess I&
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5 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
Does Ya Yas not count? How is that not on everyone's list? Ya Yas Brussels Leeds Lungs Some Girls in Texas Shine A Light (sorry, I love it) Stripped Flashpoint Rock N Roll Circus (even for their brief part in it) Fonda 2015 (for the novelty of playing Sticky Fingers) Live Licks
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6 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
Quotedaspyknows Should have gotten his booster shot. I know you're just trying to rile up because you're totally against him now, but everyone's getting it now too even with a booster. Its a funny headline, and deservedly so given what he's said, but the realism is that it was bound to happen, whether he'd made a big stink or not, because this new strain is just really
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6 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
There's very little to see from this after Depp's testimony. That was the most entertaining part, its been pretty boring since.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
With his farewell card I do think he'll get Mick. He wouldn't realistically get Keith or I think want him, but Mick seems doable. Whether it will be as good as McCartney's, who knows, but now that its been mentioned I think he will get Mick.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotetatters Quote24FPS QuoteGasLightStreet If David Crosby is smart he'll make the $100-200 million work. Even after taxes it's a lot of money. From what? He didn't write the famous Byrds or CSNY songs? What? Almost Cut My Hair? Guinevere? Deja Vu? He has a third of the Byrds Eight Miles High. His CSNY songs were not hits. He must get an inordinate amount of songwriting royalt
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6 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
Quotetimmyj3 Talented but very troubled person. Chris Hillman's books shed a bit of light on him. How he described young David in the Byrds era sounded like undiagnosed mental illness, which back then wasn't even remotely considered a big deal. If you watch his documentary, literally no ones talks to David anymore. Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, Roger McGuinn, Chris Hillman.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
I guess Graham wasn't lying when he said he's the only one you can see to see CSNY music. Sad to hear. Yes, Crosby has been on borrowed time, so he's lucky he's made it this far. But I think he said a few years ago with Covid that he needs the pandemic to end because he NEEDS to tour. Like, thats how he makes his money. I guess maybe not now that he sold his catalogue (I gu
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7 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
Quoteangee I wonder if Stills will ever write his autobio or do a solo tour. Its definitely less frequent, but Stephen has done a few solo tours. 2007-08, 2010-11, 2014-15. And I think he just toured for a couple years with Judy Collins in 2017-18 where it seemed like a predominately Stills centric show. And then in between those solo years CSN was relatively active in the last 20 years before
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7 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
Its a good read, but its so funny that you read it and think "THIS was the level headed one of CSNY for all these years?!!" He always came off that way, at least to me, as the one holding it together, then you read this and realize they're perfect for each other, they're all nuts! Listen, dude's a genius. He's a great archivist for the band and brings his own uniq
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7 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
This is the worst list they've ever had. "Diverse list" just means "we don't want to induct Rock And Roll bands anymore". The Judas Priest being the only rock band and NOT going in in the regular category says it all.
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2 ***months ***ago
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2 ***months ***ago
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Haven't caught them live, but I heard their first album and do think its great. I had low expectations, but its a Bob Ezrin production made with a lot of love from Alice and all the guys involved. I pretty much enjoy all the covers (some took me a little while to get around to, but I love them all now), with Itchycoo Park and Come And Get It being true standouts. But seriously, the rest is r
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2 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
I'd always have liked if, similar to Harry Nilsson The Point, it was released as like a needlepoint cover.
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2 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Quote24FPS Buck Cherry is an underrated group. I wondered why they didn't go further. Buckcherry were a legitimately great band. Had two pretty solid albums to start but got lost in the pop punk of the time. Unlikely came back a few years later, and oddly enough with their best and most popular album that had Crazy Bitch and some other hits. They were solid enough and continued on that traje
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2 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Alice is a terrific singer. Maybe not as much these days, but back in the day he was never rated for his singing which was fantastic. Desperado man.
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2 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
QuoteElmo Lewis Buck Cherry has indeed been around for a minute. Their name is a play on Chuck Berry. Actually, (Wikipedia) Although the band's name is a spoonerism of the late Chuck Berry, the group said it was inspired by a drag queen acquaintance of theirs named Buck Cherry.
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2 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
QuoteIsakSun I've also seen Alice Cooper for a couple of times since 2005. I think he's fantastic but his band isn't. They´re good but they sound like a cover band who doesn't quite get it. Compare these and you will know what I mean. (1975) (2017) Thats kinda why I've never been able to pull the trigger. I LOVE the original Alice Cooper Group, and everything s
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