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roryfaninva
Takes me right back to college in the late 70's . Always a fun show, occasionally brilliant, occasionally Top 40 lame. Check this later era powerhouse performance- thats how a tight three piece works!
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roryfaninva
"Please Mister Gringo, please find my father" I nominate Little Indian Girl. But Sweet NeoCon is a close second.....
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roryfaninva
Perennial 70's openng act and underdogs who definitely deserve their spot not the least for pioneering the sound The Eagles took to the bank..Randy Meisner, Jim Messina and Timothy Schmidt all went on to major success...they could play and sing circles around almost everyone but just couldnt write hits.
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roryfaninva
Grab a bottle....gettin' old but maybe the best live country vocal ever!
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roryfaninva
Really cool footage of rehearsal for aborted 20th anniversary reunion....with original bassist Bruce Palmer! Everyone looking young and match fit.
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roryfaninva
Stumbled onto this- anyone at IORR see one of these Buffalo Springfield reunion shows? They sounded great here, camera angle not withstanding- pity Neil Young shut it down...
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roryfaninva
A couple Christmases back the wife got me the authoritative tome on The Andy Grffith show- a staple since childhood- as told by all the surviving insiders who worked on the show. Turns out Andy Griffith was a fairly ruthless hard ass wife swapping booze hound who was jealous of Don Knotts multiple Emmy awards and wouldnt give him a percentage so Knotts split. Lonesome Rhodes was the more reveal
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roryfaninva
Gilbert O' Sullivan? Ouch! Dagger! How about...
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roryfaninva
Rather generic early 70's solo LP tune, but Daltrey absolutely kills. Russ Ballard and Bob Henrit from Argent/Kinks. Live in studio w/backing vocal track.
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roryfaninva
We are not worthy....
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roryfaninva
Taylor always a really polished classy blues master with a little jazz tinge. Wood is not technically a virtuoso of any description but has The Rolling Stones feel in spades- the perfect replacement. No one else comes close. I think overall his best musical moments were with The Faces/early 70's Rod. Neither Taylor or Wood played this kind of stuff.
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roryfaninva
And two months after - something like that - I got a phone call. And I didn't actually have a phone, I had to go down to my landlady and, 'Michael, would you like to come to an audition for The Rolling Stones?' "I said, 'What?! The Rolling Stones?! Let me... I'll call you back.' I called my brother Rudolf and I said, 'Can you believe that?' 'Ca
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***1 year ***ago
roryfaninva
Starting to look a little worse for wear but bound to bring a smile to Chuck fans everywhere....
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roryfaninva
Read a snippet in a Roy Buchanan bio where one of his band said Roy was notorious for making up wild and far-fetched stories about himself including the notion he had been approached by The Stones and it never happened. QuoteSighunt This was a long time ago from what I remember, but just going from memory, these are the folks who I read auditioned for the Stones guitarist job: Jeff Beck Ro
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roryfaninva
As Bob Geldof noted in an interview- Rory Gallagher is not a sideman. Ronnie Wood is a sideman.(An excellent one) The right guy got the job. (I do recall reading way back when in one of the classic Stones chronicles that it was actually Ian Stewart and Glyn Johns pushing to get Rory in.) And I suspect any talk of Marriott was just his pal Keith winding Mick Jagger up. Steve was in fact an exc
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roryfaninva
Incredible String Band uber-hippy and folk heavyweight does it his way- very un-Stonesy but props to The Bard for his good taste...
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roryfaninva
A little distraction from COVID. Love Clapton, Taylor, Page, Wood, Beck hell even Kim Simmonds but here's the summit of the whole British (or American) Blues thing..vocally and guitar. No one better.
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roryfaninva
Criminally underrated-
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roryfaninva
Poignant!
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roryfaninva
From Blabbermouth.net- is the mood souring already? Chris Robinson repeatedly admonished the crowd for speaking too loudly during BROTHERS OF A FEATHER's concert last Friday night (February 21) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The trek, which sees Chris and his brother Rich performing all-acoustic THE BLACK CROWES tunes at intimate venues, serves as a warm-up for this summer's THE B
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roryfaninva
Live 1970 LP considered by many to be their best - basically creating the template the Eagles refined and took to the bank. Originally done by Richie Furay with Buffalo Springfield on their final LP. Sounds a little like The Dead meets the Burrito Brothers....
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roryfaninva
Thats exactly right...seriously overqualified and thats not slight to the great rock players in that lineup. Heres Vince on Duane Allman's '57 Gold Top just to show he's not all Chet Atkins style...literally he can do it all, brilliantly.
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Not at all sure why he's involved, but strictly as far as guitar picking goes Vince Gill can play circles around just about anyone on the planet- Eagles, Stones, whoever.He actually declined Mark Knopflers offer to join Dire Straits (which is kinda weird to ponder since Knopfler is amazing..) Heres proof...
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roryfaninva
Prime early Eagles with Bernie- its not half bad..
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roryfaninva
Its all about the franchise. Just like Lynyrd Skynyrd. If people go to see the show and have a good time, whats the harm? Never a huge fan but Ive gained some appreciation for the original Leadon-Meisner-Frey-Henley line up, basically following the path Poco blazed with their proto-country rock. Seems kinda corporate now. Bernie Leadon and Don Felder were not asked to participate which wou
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roryfaninva
America's most under-rated band in their heyday...true pioneers!
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roryfaninva
Great singer and he could really deliver the goods live...
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roryfaninva
Pro-shot, killer sound and a dynamite performance from Alvin and the lads. If you havent see this yet, its a must...
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roryfaninva
Whoa- didnt even know this existed till this afternoon browsing Amazon. In the running for the best live LP ever...band is razor sharp and Van at his peak.
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roryfaninva
Best Lennon parody ever....
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