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Discussion in 'Artists & Music' started by flux, May 24, 2018.
Seems late for that at your place.
On vacation in northern Maryland, 10 miles south of Gettysburg. Saw Shawn on Tuesay.
Some pop junk in Firehouse Subs.....
'Celebration Day'- Led Zeppelin; recorded 12/12/2007, released October 17, 2012. Jason Bonham is the real star of this set. Incredible technique, power and playing with total conviction.
Late to the party...I decided to look for something different since my insomnia apparently isnt going away anytime soon. So I dug this thread up again.
IKR! I saw them at the Beaurivage Casino...talented kid with a unique voice and some dark but relatable lyrics. I have a thing for " "Hate Me" struck a nerve back then it still resonates. I had an instant connection the first time I listend to it. I thought I was the only one that even knew who they were! And then ther were two
In one of these moods in the wee hours...now I have a sudden urge to tear some sh!t up!
And now for something completely different...this one was released just after I lost my pop to cancer in '07. I get something in both eyes everytime I listen this. It's so raw, but one of my favorite songs of all time! It's soooo worth a listen. Enjoy.
Something new today.
Lately, I've been spinning the new Ace Frehley and the Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack.
How is the new Ace? I've heard a couple of songs that left me rather meh. I really like Ace, too.
I haven’t had a chance to really crank it up, but I like it so far. There are a couple songs that feel like they could have used a kick in the tempo, but maybe that’s just age. Depending on what happens at work tom’w, I’ll get a chance to crank it in my headphones and I’ll get a better idea.
Polyphia. They are an instrumental metal* band and their 24 y/o virtuoso lead guitarist is inreal/unsane player
I've been going thru this kind of bluesy phase...this guy kills with the "Swamp Blues" it's just nasty...and I love it...
A band called Roxanne. Lyrics don't allow for posting. But, Dug Pinnick and George Lynch guest on this song. Straight up "good" 80s style stuff.
My favorite song.
My favorite two guitar players
My favorite living blues singer
The reason I got into PRS in the first place...
LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! This! They bring the fire with them on this one for sure!
This just reminded me, how desperately need a DGT in my life!!
You and me both, but I'm sorta there already with a pre-dgt of another builder. Specs are eerily similar though.
Wish I'd have jumped on a solid 'hog DGT when they were easily attainable in some of the cool opaque colors.
Newest Rivers of Nihil album. Gotta love technical metal with saxophone in it. Plus they have a great sense of humor, don't take themselves too seriously. This video is pretty stereotypical for a metal clip:
This one is very much a unique take,LOL:
The Koch-Marshall Trio, "Toby Arrives"...those of you that's heard it, you know already, those of you that haven't need to snag a copy...
The late, great Ronnie Montrose. Man, but he had tone for days.