Tell Me :  Talk
Talk about your favorite band. 

Previous page Next page First page IORR home

For information about how to use this forum please check out forum help and policies.


Goto Page: 12345Next
Current Page: 1 of 5
Results 1 - 30 of 126
19 ***days ***ago
Chester
Money
Forum: Tell Me
8 ***weeks ***ago
Chester
QuoteChester He'll be missing from the final bow, sad if this is goodbye to the States. I said the same thing eight days ago, and not one person responded. Someone else says it, and it's a lively discussion. I've always said I was the most insignificant person on social media!
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***months ***ago
Chester
QuoteBastion No one is‘forcing’ their opinion on anyone. Ironically stated in a manner that is enforcing what opinions people are allowed to have. This
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***months ***ago
Chester
He'll be missing from the final bow, sad if this is goodbye to the States.
Forum: Tell Me
3 ***months ***ago
Chester
When you can't get the name of one of the most covered songs in rock history right, your list loses all credibility. "Chuck Berry refashioned the blues into rock’n’roll, influencing countless musicians ahead of him. From coming up with the duckwalk to classics like “Johnny B. Goode” and “Move Over, Beethoven,” he was an early progenitor of rock ‘n roll, one of the Rosetta Stones.
Forum: Tell Me
6 ***months ***ago
Chester
Quoteryanpow If I'm not mistaken, Foghat interchanged "Sleazy" and "Easy" on Slow Ride, during the outro of the song. This is true. But did Foghat ever interchange "Easy and Cheesy?'' I think not.
Forum: Tell Me
8 ***months ***ago
Chester
Quoteloog droog Finally, Dionne Warwick. Finally, Chaka Kahn
Forum: Tell Me
8 ***months ***ago
Chester
"Chaka Khan, Chaka Khan'' - Chaka Khan
Forum: Tell Me
9 ***months ***ago
Chester
"I saw her from the corner when she turned and doubled back And started walkin' toward a coffee colored Cadillac'' and ... "Moving through the traffic like a mounted cavalier Leaning out the taxi window, trying to make her hear'' - Nadine, Chuck Berry "Is a dream a lie that don't come true, or is it something worse?'' - The River
Forum: Tell Me
9 ***months ***ago
Chester
Quotesteffialicia QuoteChester Quotesteffialicia QuoteChester I actually live only a few miles from the house. I'll keep a sharp eye on everything. Chester - Where do you live?? I live nearby too! Formerly LWR. Now Palmetto. Good to know there's a Stones fan so near. I'm in Bradenton on 64.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***months ***ago
Chester
QuoteMariuana I don't think he's gonna live there anyway. One of the articles say her parents live in that area. So that's a house for her, he might stay there for a while though but I don't see him living there. Her mother owns a home in the same county, according to property records. She probably just wanted to be closer to her.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***months ***ago
Chester
Quotesteffialicia QuoteChester I actually live only a few miles from the house. I'll keep a sharp eye on everything. Chester - Where do you live?? I live nearby too! Formerly LWR. Now Palmetto.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***months ***ago
Chester
I actually live only a few miles from the house. I'll keep a sharp eye on everything.
Forum: Tell Me
11 ***months ***ago
Chester
QuoteRonnierocks I only knew a couple of songs in advance from "born to run". I was only 16 and would and see pretty much everything at that venue. When I see Bruce live now, I always think he looks better than when he played Hammersmith Odeon in 1975. He might look better now, but he damn sure doesn't play better now. That Hammersmith recording might be the best live show eve
Forum: Tell Me
11 ***months ***ago
Chester
QuoteRonnierocks I have seen over 7000 gigs since 1973...most in the London area. Here are 20 acts who I have seen over 20 times each. The Rolling Stones ( first time was four of the six Earls Court shows) AC/DC (seen them with all three different vocalists) Queen (seen them with all three different vocalists) The Sex Pistols ( seen them with both Glen and Sid) The Clash The Damned Prince
Forum: Tell Me
11 ***months ***ago
Chester
QuotePaddy QuoteChester On January 31, 1959, my parents went on a date to a show at the Duluth (Mn.) Armory, where they saw Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper. Three days later, of course, they died in a plane crash (the performers, not my parents). Also in attendance at that show was Bob Zimmerman from Hibbing Mn., so inspired, legend has it, that he picked up a guitar and changed
Forum: Tell Me
11 ***months ***ago
Chester
On January 31, 1959, my parents went on a date to a show at the Duluth (Mn.) Armory, where they saw Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper. Three days later, of course, they died in a plane crash (the performers, not my parents). Also in attendance at that show was Bob Zimmerman from Hibbing Mn., so inspired, legend has it, that he picked up a guitar and changed his name to Bob Dylan. H
Forum: Tell Me
12 ***months ***ago
Chester
QuoteKevinM QuoteChester Seen: Elvis (April 29, 1977, Duluth, Mn. when I was in fifth grade.) Stones (1989, 1994, 2005, 2015 with daughter who was in fifth grade) McCartney (2002, 2005 - fell onstage - 2013, 2017) Dylan (1986, 2003) k.d. lang singing Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah during the Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics; easily one of best things I've seen in
Forum: Tell Me
12 ***months ***ago
Chester
Seen: Elvis (April 29, 1977, Duluth, Mn. when I was in fifth grade.) Stones (1989, 1994, 2005, 2015 with daughter who was in fifth grade) McCartney (2002, 2005 - fell onstage - 2013, 2017) Dylan (1986, 2003) k.d. lang singing Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah during the Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics; easily one of best things I've seen in my life. Springstee
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Orlando, 2015 Took my 9-year-old daughter. When I was 9, in 1977, my dad took me to see Elvis. Seeing Elvis is something I can claim for the rest of my life. I've never met anyone my age (54) who has seen him. I want my daughter to be able to claim the same thing with the Stones. Took her to see McCartney a year later.
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Quotetommycharles Listened to The Game straight through just now, as it was 40 years old last week. Sonically, it shares a lot with News Of the World, insofar as it eschews studio excess and focuses on the sound of the 4 of them playing together. But in terms of the songs themselves, The Game is very much a singles album. The ones you know (Play The Game, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Anoth
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
It's just kind of ... there.
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Dwight Twilley - I'm on Fire.
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Quoteschillid QuoteChester For an American original, this is anything but. This is nothing more than "American Pie,'' or "We Didn't Start the Fire,'' written by Billy Joel as he was giving his kid a bath. Interesting... I also thought about the apparent similarity to those two songs. But Dylan's lyric resonates and does what neither "American Pie&
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
For an American original, this is anything but. This is nothing more than "American Pie,'' or "We Didn't Start the Fire,'' written by Billy Joel as he was giving his kid a bath.
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Terrific
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Quotekeefriff99 Quotedaspyknows Whitney Houston isn't even in the barrel. She had one of the most incredible voices in the history of pop music. That counts for something. So did Karen Carpenter.
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Sorry, but I have a hard time taking lists like this seriously when obvious typos are made. "Mary" Clayton? "Under Cover of the Night?''
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Quotevirgil QuoteChester Speaking of the movie "Kill the Irishman,'' Ronald Carabbia, the guy who killed Danny Greene, is still alive and lives in my town in Florida. I am a newspaper reporter and wrote a column about it. Great column Chester , very interesting these guys ending up in the same area. I can’t tell people enough about Kill the Irishman. From Documentaries to pie
Forum: Tell Me
***1 year ***ago
Chester
Speaking of the movie "Kill the Irishman,'' Ronald Carabbia, the guy who killed Danny Greene, is still alive and lives in my town in Florida. I am a newspaper reporter and wrote a column about it.
Forum: Tell Me
Goto Page: 12345Next
Current Page: 1 of 5

Previous page Next page First page IORR home