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The official 2CD release is the same as the 3CD bootleg (except for Cowgirl, whatever): Neil Young and Crazy Horse, 'Way Down in the Rust Bucket' Track Listing 1. "Country Home" 2. "Surfer Joe and Moe the Sleaze" 3. "Love to Burn" 4. "Days That Used to Be" 5. "Bite the Bullet" 6. "Cinnamon Girl" 7. "Farmer John
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3 ***days ***ago
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Saw him with the Dolls in 2007. RIP Syl.
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3 ***days ***ago
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Yes they have a great feel for music almost 3 times their age. They probably look to bands like Haim (who cover Oh Well) as much as the Stones, but still, nice to see musical lineage.
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5 ***days ***ago
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A nice pair, indeed... (Sorry, couldn't resist...)
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6 ***days ***ago
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I'm a street walking cheetah with a heart full of napalm - Iggy Pop (Search & Destroy) Animal game for me / you call it rain / but the human name / doesn't mean shit to a tree - Grace Slick (Eskimo Blue Day) For you're a lazy stream / in which my thoughts could drown - David Bowie (Janine) Her hair of floating sky is shimmering / glimmering in the sun - John Lennon (Ju
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7 ***days ***ago
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Just watched it last night. Overall pretty good. I liked some of the arrangements, others not so much. The musicians who were on the 'Bowie Celebration' tour last year were obviously more on their game. It was nice to see David Sanborn in there, as well as other alumni. I thought Bernard had the best handle out of everyone on vocals. Macy Gray sounded rough, and Ian Hunter was just ok.
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7 ***days ***ago
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51 going on 17. I share birthdays with: Dick Smothers (1939) / Dr John (1941) / Norman Greenbaum ('Spirit in the Sky', 1942) / Duane Allman (1946) / Joe Walsh (1947) / Mike D (Beastie Boys, 1965) ...and Joe Biden (1942) Does that make me a comedic-funky-poppy-bluesy-rockin'-rappin'-politico?
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10 ***days ***ago
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Proto-Neo-Retro-Rip-off They did play with Jimmy Page, though - even if they snubbed him in the end.
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10 ***days ***ago
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The 50th anniversary Criterion edition DVD/BluRay has even more outtake performances by Moby Grape, Steve Miller Band, and The Grateful Dead. Moby Grape: Steve Miller: Grateful Dead:
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11 ***days ***ago
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Moonlight Mile also appears in the last episode, to lasting effect.
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12 ***days ***ago
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Pretty intense drama that does a good job portraying Asia in the 70's with an appropriate soundtrack. Some of the accents, especially the actress portraying the French Canadian girlfriend, are pretty terrible, but it's a minor gripe and doesn't really detract from the overall story once you accept them.
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13 ***days ***ago
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It's nice to 'buy' an autograph (and on a poster for $20 is very reasonable), but to me, it's much more treasured if you actually get it firsthand from the artist.
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13 ***days ***ago
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At least they got Steel Wheels and Dirty Work right. They mention the 1989 SW tour as "to test just how high a ticket price the contemporary market can take", it seems moot, since the Jacksons were charging roughly the same in 1984, and packing them in.
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19 ***days ***ago
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La Luz from L.A., by way of Seattle. Dreamy, trippy, and garage-y.
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20 ***days ***ago
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"Each player will play David Bowie, or more accurately, a persona of David Bowie. The object of the game is to achieve the greatest legacy of any Bowie and survive the 1970’s. Legacy is judged by points earned from cutting records (flat, black, round- oh, nevermind). There is one slight problem. The Bowies are endangered by various threats, dark princes, and figures of the occult (which is i
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25 ***days ***ago
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Where's the spanking? And on who?
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26 ***days ***ago
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If they got together with The Who, they could be The Moody Whos.
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28 ***days ***ago
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I love the Pinder-era Moodies, but they got kinda schmaltzy later on, and their setlists are as stale as The Stones.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Funny how when people talk about Yes, the first 2 albums ('Yes' & 'Time and a Word') are seldom mentioned. I prefer the more straightforward early songs than the epic 'prog' they became known for - although 'The Yes Album' is something of a transition. While most have never heard of (guitarist) Peter Banks, he was a visionary in his own right, even if h
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Overall I like the new album. The drums are rudimentary and vocals a bit warbly. There are a few acoustic songs, and a couple of piano based ones. Not a lot of rocking, but it's all Paul and worthy listening.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteChris Fountain Favorite sex solo in a Stones song ..... that'd be more interesting Best Stones Song to have Sax to? I prefer group sax to solo sax.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Also of note, is the movie 'Head' from 1968, partly written and produced by Jack Nicholson, and starring the Monkees. It includes songs written by Carole King and Harry Nilsson, and even features cameos by Frank Zappa, Dennis Hopper, and Annette Funicello. It's sort of an anti-corporate Monkees 'art' (read: trippy and nonsensical) film, and was basically sabotaged in mark
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Grateful Dead Iggy & The Stooges Neil Young & Crazy Horse (self proclaimed: "Third best garage band in the world")
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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While the audio and video quality of the bonus disc concert footage is stellar, there are simply way too many visual dropouts of a still frame saying "All Cameras Stopped", for many minutes on end - usually during an impressive guitar solo. Sometimes it cuts back in for 30 seconds, then still frame again. Also, much of the 'lost footage' is crowd shots. So it's really a f
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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Hot Tuna and ZZTop both started in 1969 and still have the original lineups. (Ok, Hot Tuna acoustic duo with Jorma Kaukonen & Jack Casady. The electric lineup went through a few drummers and sidemen).
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2 ***months ***ago
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The judge said I could have FORTY LICKS.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Seems like he was feeling a tad rusty after 6 years of hardly any live performances, and wanted to basically warm up and test the waters with then-current audiences in large venues, in a country far enough away from the US or UK to avoid excessive media exposure (and probably the other Stones) in case it didn't come off so great. If he'd done a small arena or theatre tour, like Keith d
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2 ***months ***ago
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video:
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2 ***months ***ago
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Then we can watch them have a heart attack live in a small venue.
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