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Discussion in 'Artists & Music' started by flux, May 24, 2018.
I loved this album when i was a teenager, brings back happy memories
The Eagles The Farewell 1 Tour. The one where Joe Walsh plays a PRS. On AXS TV
I turned my dad on to Eric Gales just before I lost him.
This one is for my Pops the coolest lefty I've ever known.
we got to see Eric Gales up close on the Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea cruise this year and last. And actually got to talk with him. What a monster guitarist and a nice guy.
Had this on repeat lately
Swallow The Sun-The Morning Never Came
In the interest of full disclosure the reason I liked talking to Eric is because his wife, LaDonna, was also there and she is adorable!
So I was at the recycling center this morning, and they had their radio tuned to 'Bob Radio' and this song came on...I had to hear it again and found this live performance. Three things: 1) The guitar part...dude, this is the greatest one chord riff, you just need to remember when not to play, 2) the sound of the snare drum, pow, pow, pow...so great and 3) it's the perfect dance/wedding/party band song, medium tempo, nothing weird or dirty, just a in the pocket, hypnotic groove...
New from Michael Schenker Fest
This album was such a departure from what I was listening to at the time, but the songs were so catchy that I bought it anyway. 30 years on, and I still love it and I think the whole ablum has held up remarkably well compared to some of their peers.
So last night I fell down the youtube rabbit hole and spent way too much time revisiting vintage fm radio one hit wonders, including this overlooked gem:
Kinda dig this new tune.
I've just listened to this again
Gets me every time I hear it.
About 14 years ago I caught Aynsley playing in a local village hall, there was only about half a dozen of us there just sat around randomly on chairs in an otherwise empty hall. It was one of the best gigs I've every been to
Criminally Underrated Band, Singer, Songwriter, And Guitar GOD!!
Diggin this one...
I've been falling into a Big Wreck kick over the last week. Happens every once in a while. Ian's a beast.
He also did a CD as Thornley. It sounds pretty much like Big Wreck.
Yep. I've got all of of his stuff wrapped up in a Thornley/Big Wreck playlist. Still baffles me how he's not a bigger act other than he's in Canada. Then again, look at the Tragically Hip. Massively huge in Canada (until Gord's passing) but couldn't get airplay in the States except in border cities like Detroit that could pick up Canadian radio stations.
New Nugent. Some good old school Nuge guitar on this CD.