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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
I love this band and the album! I was really lucky and was able to see the original line up (twice) at there 40th anniversary gigs and again once more without Buffin. I literally learned how to play rock piano by ripping off Verden Allen (i know he isn't on this album!).
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6 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
Bernie was such a nice guy. I was lucky enough to play with him and he was incredible generous and complimentary. He made you feel good in you playing and was quite passe of his own abilities. His behaviour and playing was a big push for me as a musician and I am very sorry to here he has passed. Also who else calmly lets you play there '59 Les Paul!
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8 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
Having now been able to see the end of the gig and other parts from another view I am disappointed. I thought that Paul Schaffer soloed while playing the bass part! Turns out it was the other piano player doing the left hand. I spent years learning to play both parts and have driven myself insane!!!
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8 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
I was also there. I prefered the first act to the second. James Burton played through the whole first act. He stood for the first couple of songs before sitting for the rest. Brian May seemed to get the biggest reaction from the crowd and seemed to be amazed that he was playing with Burton (again). Ronnie Wood was a bit of a hanger on for the first few songs but when he came back during the Van M
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9 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
Did anyone ever book a gig/trip via londoncallingmusic.com (might have been uk)? If so what where there experiences. I took an ex to see Madonna in Paris in 2004, hotel was good, gig was entertaining!
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9 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
QuoteSomeTorontoGirl Quote spikenyc Besides Jimmy Page not present, where was Jeff's favorite bass player Tal Wakenfled? Was wondering the same… Jan Hammer was also absent. Also a bit surprised that Batten wasn't on the bill. Joe Perry was on the bill but absent, but Kirk Hammett was there which was a surprise to me!!
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9 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
Can't wait until tomorrow! Been too long since I saw the pickaxe on stage!
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9 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
Caught them when they played the Albert Hall in 2011 and then at the Ginger Baker tribute in 2020. They both play so well together after all this time!
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9 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
At his last Wembley show, he was on stage at 18.20 and thet gig finished just before 22.00!!
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10 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
QuoteMadMax They got a shit manager telling them to play European arenas during july 2007. Only Stones can get away with that during the Summer holidays. The Who should do like Dylan, perform autumn/spring Bill Curbishly a shit manager? Really? Why is he so bad. I was on the summer '07 Who tour. The tickets sales were quite strong, especially given that they hadn't toured some parts
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11 ***months ***ago
mr_c_ox
QuoteDoxa QuoteThe Joker I follow you here Spud, and also thank TravelinMan to share this knowledge in a understandable way. « One of the things I find hilarious is producers trying to create the perfect drum performance from an actual drummer by replacing the drum hits with samples and pocketing every hit to be perfectly on the grid » Sounds like it would kill the famous « delayed », « behi
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***1 year ***ago
mr_c_ox
QuoteBig Al QuoteRisingStone Quotefzv98d Eric just announced a New Year's Eve Show in Woking, England. Yep. The first time in ten years (last time 2012). This time in memory of the late Gary Brooker. These are his famous - or shall, we say infamous! - New Years Eve shows’ where no alcohol is permitted! Still, there’s pubs nearby, one would imagine. Finally i know where to get a tic
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***1 year ***ago
mr_c_ox
Sorry I stole all your licks. Thanks for the music, RIP
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***1 year ***ago
mr_c_ox
QuoteTopi They started at 4:30 PM UK and ended just before 10:30 PM (curfew). Almost 6 hours. I was there, this is correct. Great evening! It was special to see Brian May and Geddy Lee pay tribute to Taylor Hawkins while also paying tribute to there own bandmate. To me it felt like the importance of family was a theme to the gig. Violet and Dave Grohl performing together, Josh Homme'
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***1 year ***ago
mr_c_ox
I miss him, he was a bit of a mentor to me as a keys player!
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***1 year ***ago
mr_c_ox
Quotekeefriffhards QuoteHairball No - I meant what I wrote. It was not just "a cold", and it's nothing to downplay or make light of. Oh sorry Hairball, my mistake, hope your friend gets well soon and others that may have caught it at the show, i really thought covid had passed into something less worrisome by now. Covid is a form of cold/flu. The variant that was prominent
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***1 year ***ago
mr_c_ox
Out of curiosity does anyone know what sort of business the touts were doing? I am tempted to come down for this Sunday but can't afford much. Any feedback most welcome. Thanks!
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***1 year ***ago
mr_c_ox
Very saddened to hear about Alec John Such's passing. When I was 17-20 Bon Jovi were a big favourite of mine (still are) and as a musician I stole at lot from each of them. I was doing my degree in music as a mature student when they were inducted into the Rock hall of fame. Having never seen Alec with the band I made the trip from the UK to watch there induction. I paid for it on a credit c
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***1 year ***ago
mr_c_ox
Pink Floyd are due to release a new track tomorrow in support of Ukrainian Humanitarian Relief. The song recording on the 30th March reunites David Gilmour and Nick Mason with touring bassist Guy Pratt. Nitin Sawhney performs keyboards. Boombox singer Andriy Khlyvnyuk sings lead vocals which were taken from an instagram post he made of him singing the Ukrainian folk song 'Oh, The Red Viburnu
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
Quotecrholmstrom I thought it was like going to the pub with Ronnie & having him regale you with stories. This is what I have always felt about the book. Fun read but not one you could really use for academic reference!
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
Steve Hackett - London Palladium Roger Taylor - Shepherds Bush Empire The Jones Gang - 229 Club Gigs postponed until next year (0r later); Elton John, Genesis, Beth Hart, The Black Crowes & Aerosmith
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
17 Club, this is scarier than when I joined the 27 club!
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
Saw him in Hammersmith in 2004. While not the greatest singer it was a great show and he was a full on showman. He ended doing the jump from the Van Halen 2 cover!
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
Very saddened to hear this. Thanks Charlie!
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
RIP Enjoyed watching you in Hyde Park in 2003, great memory!
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
I saw a thread earlier looking for fans in LA with a view to playing. Is there anyone based in/around London who would be interested in getting together to play. Ideally with a view to doing a gig towards the end of the year for charity at the Half moon. I can cover the piano/organ/keys parts.
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
As much as I dislike the comments that he made at that gig, I feel that he should be measured on his actions not his words. He has historically championed music by "black" artists, has regularly had coloured band members (collaborating with some since the 60's) and has worked in supporting work in countries considered "black". I doubt there are any of us who haven't
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
Thank you so much!!
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
Thanks for the help. Its not Long live rock and roll! It is a song only performed twice. Its a real oddity! I have a suspicion that a recording may not exist. In 1979 The Who played a few songs that were never subsequently released and not necessarily bootlegged.
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2 ***years ***ago
mr_c_ox
Hi, I am looking for a song performed by the Who in 1979 at MSG called Rock and Roll. It is not the Zep song but an original that they never did anything with afterwards. Can anyone help me track down a recording of it? I can find it listed on a few boots but can't source them. Thanks
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