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2 months ago
Ross S.
Correct. And people have long assumed that the credits actually show who played. "Ghost" players are not the session guys who are sometimes credited (see Yes' "Union), although they may indeed be the same guys. "Ghost" players are the guys who get called in to play the part the band members cannot get or get down quick enough. These are often uncredited for political
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Jimmy doesn't realize how often his happens. Was also fairly common with regard to writing credits, but those could be cross-checked at ASCAP or BMI. There are a huge number of projects where ringers were brought in to get the albums done on time and on budget. People got paid but not always credited to preserve the public image of the bands.
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2 months ago
Ross S.
You think the credits were accurate for many of those projects? That's a little naive.
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Streets - Crimes In Mind
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Poison albums (both drums and bass, possibly barring their debut) Cinderella (Cozy Powell played drums on their first two) Motley Crue (many of Nikki's parts) Triumph - Sport of Kings (I very much doubt Gil Moore played those parts)
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2 months ago
Ross S.
GuitarheroAndy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Makes you wonder how many more classic 80s albums > had the session guys 'helping out' uncredited... The answer is "almost all of them."
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Sound quality on Anthologia was not very good. But the same material was remastered well on the Gold release. Best-sounding remaster of the first album is the Audio Fidelity gold cd re-issue.
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Ugh. Not a pleasing voice, and Hardline was one of the worst albums Neal Schon has ever been involved with.
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2 months ago
Ross S.
The dude is one of the biggest hucksters in the industry. And not a very good singer, either. http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Lean-Life-PM-Johnny-And-Joe-Gioeli-And-Novapointe/Ontario-California/Lean-Life-PM-Johnny-And-Joe-Gioeli-And-Novapointe-greedy-scammers-took-9900-from-my-acc-213000
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Some essential Marillion (with Hogarth) songs: Easter The King of Sunset Town Dry Land Cover My Eyes The Great Escape Gazpacho Beautiful Afraid of Sunrise Afraid of Sunlight Man of 1000 Faces Estonia The Answering Machine Cathedral Wall Go Tumble Down the Years A Legacy Quartz Fruit of the Wild Rose This Is the 21st Century When I Meet God Fantastic Place The Only Unforgiv
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2 months ago
Ross S.
That's one helluva wig that CC Deville is sporting . . .
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Big fan here. I think the Hogarth era is better when they are more song-oriented and less concept-oriented. Many of their best a mid-length longs that run 7-9 minutes. I'd rank them like this (although I enjoy at least some of all of them). 1. Afraid of Sunlight (almost a perfect album) 2. Marbles (epic but also with some great pop melodies) 3. Sounds That Can't Be Made (their latest,
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3 months ago
Ross S.
I have the Japanese import. It's a truly outstanding West Coast/AOR-type album, and the singer has one of the best voices for that style music that I've heard in a long time.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Might have been nice if they gave here another take or two . . . to play a little better.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
This is a Gregg Rolie song. He's been doing it in his solo sets for a while. Nice tune. Feels a bit like Oye Como Va.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Tony Bainbridge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sounds like this is down to the differences > between healthcare in the UK & US, we don't have > walk in clinics like you do - in the UK he would > definitely have been sent for an X-ray. > I was recently sent for an X-ray & I only had a > persistent cough not pneumonia. > >
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Hot Sauce Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wardy Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Hot Sauce Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > > > > It's so easy to find great singers - I have > no > > > idea why Jake ha
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3 months ago
Ross S.
He was OK in the clips. Backed off a couple of high notes and sounded like he may have had a touch of a cold, but his intonation and timing were still good. Really glad that the band is still out there and playing at a high level.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Notice the subtle grammar correction in Eddie's reply.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Who's the singer?
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Van Halen: 1978-1984
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3 months ago
Ross S.
No more cloudy days for Don Felder . . .
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Did you say? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8ZF_R_j0OY
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3 months ago
Ross S.
He has been on the show as a guest. John lives in Colorado and wouldn't be able to be there every week.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
This is from Daryl's first solo album, the one produced by Robert Fripp.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
And it's particularly hard to warm to the vocals when the singer can be such a drunk. Sad, really.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Hmmm. And here I thought this would be about the status of the Guns n' Roses reunion . . .
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Songs weren't good enough, especially his work in the 80s.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
Lyrics are, to put it mildly, off-putting. Good thing that one stayed buried.
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3 months ago
Ross S.
It's Pat's voice.
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