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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Hoping for a Buffalo, Rochester or Toronto stop!
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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Quotelatebloomer Quotebuffalo7478 Thankfully, very good soul music is making a comeback. Check out Daptone Records. A label in Brooklyn, they put out modern sou; artists like Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Charles Bradley, James Hunter Six, etc. The music did not go away, just became harder to fine, out of fashion. But making a comeback. Amy Winehouse, was soul-light on her best days.
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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thankfully, very good soul music is making a comeback. Check out Daptone Records. A label in Brooklyn, they put out modern sou; artists like Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Charles Bradley, James Hunter Six, etc. The music did not go away, just became harder to fine, out of fashion. But making a comeback. Amy Winehouse, was soul-light on her best days. Not my thing, but she had some of
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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I wish I could get it down to a single one, but the more I think about them, the more I want to forget about them: Bob Dylan in Rochester 1978 - his born-again period. I did not recognize a song, and understood nothing he said the entire evening, and I was sober. The band seemed to not know what was going on either. I left before it was over, I just could not take it anymore. The man was l
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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I don't think Bill ever wrote something as good as My Wife or The Quiet One by Entwistle. And can't be compared to George Harrison with the Beatles. He was, at best, and adequate bass player, rarely having to add anything too complex or difficult to a song, studio of live. On his solo work, I could never get by his vocals. Unlistenable to me. I am sure I am in the minority he
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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
terrible lyrics, terrible song, terrible album. I would say terrible, dated 80s production, too....but even the best production and mixing could help this song. I piece of dung covered in diamonds is still a piece of dung.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Good luck with your family moving to a new city. I hope your you all enjoy this new chapter in your life. Thanks for all you have shared on here.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
QuoteKRiffhard "I'm not saying they don't keep going, but they need Bill," he said. "Without him they're a funk band. They'll be the real Rolling Stones when they get Bill back." BD You're right Bob. Bob is considered a songwriting genius, a poet by many. I don't think he knows a thing about funk or funky music. The Stones, even with they t
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I aw ELP in 1978. Emerson owned it, from playing multiple keyboards at once and creating wild sounds while beating and stabbing things..to playing ragtime jazz to classical. I did not see what they were doing as pretentious. Just 3 guys, all great musicians, pushing some boundaries - with playing/jamming being stronger than their songwriting by the last 70s....they ran out of songs, music wa
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Quotemr_dja Not sure if that's the MOST Spinal Tap moment but this should be high up on the list. Peace, Mr DJA That is soooooo bad. Who the hell came up with that. Wish I had seen the promo before I bought the CD. Could have saved $14. It would have turned my off from buying their worst post-60s record. Mick trying to shake teh silly string so it would work is a total spina
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
You could not pay me to go. Joe Walsh burned out a long time ago. Bad Company never excited me. Seems to be that all these people blew their money back in the day, royalty moey is not coming from a new generation that gets any must thru services like Spotify, so they head out and tour. Near us this Summer, so far (and I am sure there are more to come), it's Bad Company and Joe Walsh,
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
QuoteJTHanis Quotecrholmstrom QuoteChris Fountain I recommend everyone see this tour. It's one of the best concert I've ever seen. Sunrise, Feb 16. Glad you had a good time, Chris. After sitting on the fence, I'm going to the Seattle show. Missed you on the NFL thread at the end of the season. Sorry about your Panthers & looking forward to butting heads next season. I belie
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I was at this show. We had terrible seats at the other end of the stadium, but the sound, and performance were great. It could be possible that the issue with Memory Motel is related to it starting to rain during the song. I was just thrilled they played it! Great show. Thanks for sharing.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thank you! I have never come across a recording of this show. I was at this show. I remember being blown away by the stage, and how tight the back was. Light Years was amazing. I am looking forward to hearing it again! Again, thanks for posting!
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
If their last show in the US was any indicator of how tight they can be, how much they have left in the tank, South American fans (and those who make the trip) will see a band on the upswing. I'm envious.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
NLMD and the whole Glass Spiders thing was a bit of a bore. Not horrible just not typical Bowie pushing music to another level. The new record is very mellow, but very daring at the same time. He's not afraid to go in a direction he wants to explore, and let fans find him, rather than catering to what the masses want. The Stones are a rock band. Bowie is an artist. Love them both.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Fat Cats is a fun place to hang out, low cover charge ($5) and an eclectic mix of jazz, blues and gospel. Big place but much of it is taken up by billiards, table tennis, even backgammon tables. Bands (often made up of a mix of seeing veterans) play in a cozy place behind the bar, where you can sit on a couch or living room-style furniture. Most of the musicians get paid in a 'pass the ha
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Here's a link to Buffalo (I only have as 320 kbs MP3):
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
No Doubt opened a show for the Stones in Toronto. I typically like to get there for the Stones' opening acts as they are usually very good, but had zero interest in No Doubt. When we got to our seats, they had already finished. I asked the guy next to us: 'How was No Doubt?' His reply 'Gwen changed outfits for almost every song'. Told me all I needed to know.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Go to Toronto. Fly direct from there to Havana, relatively cheap. Ask the customs person in Cuba (and then when you return to Toronto) not to stamp your passport. Zero issues. With the exchange rate where it is, going the Canada is a deal if you are in the Northeast or Midwest.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I downloaded an earlier post on this. Someone did some serious work to put it together. My only wish would be for a stronger audience recording with more balance used in the matrix. Jagger's vocals are clearer than they were in the stadium that night and higher in the mix. Keith, Ronnie and sometimes Darryl could be more prominent at times. But this recording is just amazing. Jagger c
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
The most underwhelming place I have ever gone. A music that (at least once) was anti-establishment gets a 'hall of fame' where we can see a suit that Elvis may have once worn...the great (and relatively unknown) Canadian band Spirit Of The West sums up the place perfectly in their song 'Enough Already Alright (Hello Cleveland): "Don't smell like beer, no smoke in here
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thanks Silkcut! Nice to hear some of these songs developing, and some great gems that could have been A sides.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Saw STP open for the Stones, August 20, 1994 at CNE Stadium in Toronto. I knew a couple of songs going in but did not expect much. They sounded like Pearl Jam-Lite. But on-stage they were tight and Weiland's voice was full and strong...blew me away. He (from a LONG distance away) looked robust and healthy and adjusted well to playing to a huge crowd. A couple month later I start readi
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thanks for this post! On the same day my back up drive failed AND my hard drive in my MacBook Pro died. Lost ALL my music. Reloaded items I had purchased previously via iTunes (nice feature), then had to import CD after CD, but my favorite music, the boots I was lucky enough to come across on this and other sites were gone. I appreciate you time and generosity re-upping this. Another rec
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
My heart goes out to Paris tonite. One of the attacks was at a rock concert. Terrorists hate free speech, hate freedom of expression and diversity. The only way they win is if we stop expressing ourselves freely and stop encouraging diversity...of thought, music, art, literature, ideas, sexuality, faith and spirituality.
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
QuoteNICOS Comments, input and alterations are very welcome! _______________________________________________________________________________ Torn And Frayed Written by: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards Recorded: December 1971-March 1972 Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles, USA Lead vocal: Mick Jagger Acoustic guitar: Keith Richards Electric guitar: Keith Richards Bass: Mick Ta
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Allen Toussaint, Legendary Pianist, Dies At The Age Of 77 Rescue workers were called to Toussaint's hotel early Tuesday morning and managed to revive him after he suffered a heart attack. AP I was lucky enough to see him play with Elvis Costello and hang out with him after the show. Just and absolute 'gentleman' in the best sense of the word. Humble and well-spoken. C
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Even the 'official' releases on YouTube generate virtually nothing for bands. The iconic Dead Kennedy's released some raw, powerful punk back in the day, and with every successive generation, a chunk of teenagers got drawn to the music and went out and bought it...either physical copies or iTunes. The revenue from those purchases was actually still supporting the band yearly, allo
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5 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I drove around yesterday CRANKING this from Buffalo to Rochester and back. Would love to hear more guitar, but is still sounds GREAT. Not as sterile as a soundboard, there is still some 'crowd' in the mix. Great 'feel't to it. I cannot thank you enough for sharing! CYHMK is just stunning!
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