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7 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNilsHolgersson Name one Rock & Roll song by Mariah Carey? I can't name any song of Mariah Carey's at all. What's worse, if you played me her entire catalog, I probably wouldn't be able to distinguish any one of her songs from any other.
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11 ***years ***ago
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Check out Don here. This is how you play "air piano". LOL
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11 ***years ***ago
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Still undecided about whether or not I want to see this tour. Can't really take the sight of Brian propped up at the piano with his arms hanging limp at his sides, not even pretending to play.
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14 ***days ***ago
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Jax Hollow later on this week. Should be a good one. Check her out.
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15 ***years ***ago
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Lots of Lou Reed/Velvet Underground history in that part of the city. I think of them, more than I think of the Stones, when I'm in that neighborhood.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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The Beatles "Hey Jude" promo clip had its American premier on the Smothers Brothers show. That was in Oct. '68, about six weeks after it first aired on the David Frost show in the UK. Nine years old at the time, I didn't really "get" that Tom and Dickie were a comedy team. I guess I just thought that they were supposed to be trying to be successful as a serious p
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2 ***months ***ago
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Last call, if anyone has anything to add.
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDGA35 Quotetatters I bought a ticket to see Girlschool on what is being billed as their "Final North American Tour." I have no idea if I'll actually use it. I don't really do general admission standing room shows in loud, hot, sweaty clubs anymore. But I might. I remember thinking their drummer was kinda cute .... 40 years ago. Wow, didn't know they're still a
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2 ***months ***ago
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I bought a ticket to see Girlschool on what is being billed as their "Final North American Tour." I have no idea if I'll actually use it. I don't really do general admission standing room shows in loud, hot, sweaty clubs anymore. But I might. I remember thinking their drummer was kinda cute .... 40 years ago.
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTorontoluke Dead and company 6 times Jethro Tull Peter Gabriel The musical box Rod Stewart Ginger baker Mickey solans Steve Hackett Blink 182 Tom jones Herb Alpert I'm fairly certain you did not see Ginger Baker. Maybe you saw his son, Kofi Baker?
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2 ***months ***ago
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Randy Brecker Samantha Fish Danielle Nicole The Righteous Brothers Shakti, featuring John McLaughlin and Zakir Hussain, wsg Bela Fleck Peter Yarrow, with a surprise appearance by Josh White, Jr.
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3 ***months ***ago
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"Beck's Bolero," the greatest rock instrumental of all time, was the B-side of the dreadful "Hi Ho Silver Lining." That was in March 1967, more than a year before it appeared on the Truth LP.
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3 ***months ***ago
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Front row in a small club for Suzanne Vega, but it's not until April.
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteCaptainCorella Quotebv I watched the video of the new song, as the single itself is not open in my region still, for some reason. The song is nice and beautiful, but the copy and paste graphics of the now diseased Beatles members is weired. Also, there is a great and nice guitar solo there, but no guitar player seen in the video during the solo, so it is obviously not a Beatle playing it, th
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDrPete I think George is on the track but Paul did the solo George style The story back in 1995 was that they abandoned working on "Now and Then" because George didn't like it, wasn't happy with the way the session was going, and walked out. Whatever he did manage to put down on tape will be on the completed track, but either he never got around to recording a solo, or
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteCristiano Radtke Interesting that Paul never actually says who played the guitar solo, only that there's a solo, played "in the style" of George, and that it was done as a tribute to George. Presumably, Paul played it himself?
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4 ***months ***ago
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I was at the Madison Square Garden show. All I remember is that after they finished with a 10-minute version of JJF, obviously intended to placate the crowd and send everybody home with a smile on their face, they turned on the house lights, and a large number of people in the floor seats near the stage simply refused to leave. For quite a long time, they just continued to stand there, waiting, p
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5 ***years ***ago
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I always considered him to be a lightweight among heavies, but a rare (at the time) solo concert I saw him do in 1980 at The Palladium in New York remains one of the most enjoyable shows I've ever been to. He played an intimate club gig near me earlier this year, but it sold out before I even knew it had been scheduled.
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5 ***months ***ago
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Always liked "Love is Alive," though for some reason, I always mishear it as "My love is a lie."
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6 ***months ***ago
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Saw a phenomenal Samantha Fish show a couple nights ago. Next up: Danielle Nicole (Aug 23) Shakti 50th anniversary tour, featuring John McLaughlin & Zakir Hussain (Sept 14)
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6 ***months ***ago
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I liked him in Johnny Depp's Blow. Apparently, he had numerous other serious movie and television roles, but I guess I'm not too familiar with those.
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7 ***months ***ago
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First album I ever bought, in a supermarket while shopping with my mom in 1968 when I was nine years old. I bought it because I liked the faux Civil War uniforms they were wearing on the cover. No other reason. I liked the record, though, and listened to it often. Those songs still evoke strong feelings of nostalgia even today. Enough to go see him perform them in concert? Probably not.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Their show next month at Detroit's 15,000 capacity Pine Knob is nearly sold out. Among the tix still available, second row for $750 and third row for $500. Insane prices to pay for a tribute band. I saw them open for the Stones in 1978 and never had any desire to see them again.
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTornAndFried Quotetatters There's a line in SD song that goes, "Turn up the Eagles, the neighbors are listening." I always thought that was meant as a joke, until I checked the liner notes and saw that Timothy B Schmit actually sings on that track, among many others in the SD repertoire. It strikes me as odd that someone as brilliant as Fagen would be a fan of such bland m
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7 ***months ***ago
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Wouldn't mind seeing Steely Dan again, but not as an opening act for a band I don't like in a 20,000 seat arena, not after having seen them from the front row both times I did see them. There's a line in SD song that goes, "Turn up the Eagles, the neighbors are listening." I always thought that was meant as a joke, until I checked the liner notes and saw that Timothy B
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7 ***months ***ago
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Sexy blues babes Samantha Fish (Aug. 13) and Danielle Nicole (Aug. 23), both appearing at The Ark in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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8 ***months ***ago
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Probably the least rockin' concert I've ever been to, but I saw a frail, trembly, 85-year-old Peter Yarrow play a show this past Thursday. He was joined by fellow octogenarian Josh White Jr. on a couple of songs, so that was cool.
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9 ***months ***ago
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Quotedaspyknows Quotetatters I think they played something like 14 shows during their 2009 US tour. Never came to Michigan, where I live, so I made the 4-hour drive to see them in Columbus, Ohio, and I think the only reason they played there is because Eric's wife has family in Ohio. Never got the full story as to why Ginger wasn't involved. They could have made it a full-fledged Bl
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9 ***months ***ago
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I think they played something like 14 shows during their 2009 US tour. Never came to Michigan, where I live, so I made the 4-hour drive to see them in Columbus, Ohio, and I think the only reason they played there is because Eric's wife has family in Ohio. Never got the full story as to why Ginger wasn't involved. They could have made it a full-fledged Blind Faith 40th anniversary to
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9 ***months ***ago
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Thinking about going to see Seal if I can get off work early enough this Sunday. Failing that, I do have a ticket to see 1970s pop-rocker Al Stewart on Monday.
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