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3 days ago
Ross S.
This is a phenomenal album with high level musicianship (especially if you like Toto and other West Coast music - it's not rock). My kids and I particularly like "Dondi" with the great guitarist David T. Walker. Ed recorded both Portuguese and English versions of the album.
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6 days ago
Ross S.
They did zero "fantastic albums." They made two inconsistent albums with a few strong songs on each. Jack Blades has done much better work within Night Ranger, especially on the last two albums.
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7 days ago
Ross S.
Not only do they need a drummer, but they need a singing drummer as well. This is tough news.
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8 days ago
Ross S.
!!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Os4ntgRQm8E&list=UU7gHHtlv-Oyll1jbsJh8qJA !!!!
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8 days ago
Ross S.
I realize this wasn't the original question, but Night Ranger is by far the better band. Don't really care which would be more popular.
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10 days ago
Ross S.
That's correct. In any event, one couldn't play Judas Priest songs using a single-coil pickup.
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12 days ago
Ross S.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QYZzhj7n28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlh0ueixkJU Looks like he's gotten up from that plastic chair . . .
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13 days ago
Ross S.
Maybe it will be multi-talented artist Kelly Keeling . . .
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14 days ago
Ross S.
Why not just buy the Best Buy version? It's easily available for $16.99. If you're not in the USA, I'll be happy to arrange to ship one to you as long as the cost is covered.
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14 days ago
Ross S.
I find the use of "chump" to say a whole lot more about you than it does about Mr. Platt. Easy to be a keyboard warrior, isn't it?
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14 days ago
Ross S.
Kansas doesn't do heavy touring now. They do weekend and quick-hitters.
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14 days ago
Ross S.
He already tried "mockin'" Don Dokken on "Smoke This."
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14 days ago
Ross S.
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I thought of Jeff too but then realized I don't > think he has any contractual obligations. > > I'll list my top 5 as: > Steve Morse > Scott Gorham > Howie Simon > Adrian Smith > Brian Robertson I think it'll be an American so Coverdale (who lives in Tahoe) can work on writing without
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16 days ago
Ross S.
There's a new Billy Idol album (produced by Trevor Horn) coming out soon. I would guess that Steve Stevens is set up to tour behind that.
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16 days ago
Ross S.
+2
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17 days ago
Ross S.
It's . . . Joe Bonamassa. Or perhaps not.
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5 weeks ago
Ross S.
Internet Explorer 9. Don't ask, I can't change it on this machine. Deleting cookies didn't change anything except for making me have to remember my password to get back here. Problem still happening every time.
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5 weeks ago
Ross S.
Getting good and sick of having to keep finding the pause button to prevent the music from automatically starting. This is happening EVERY time I visit the site. Needs a fix or needs to go away.
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5 weeks ago
Ross S.
Lots of Colombianos in Brasil this week. I keep seeing the yellow jerseys and the "Unidos por un pais" signs over and over again.
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5 weeks ago
Ross S.
Europeans can be ignorant, too. But on different subjects than are Americans. The conceit is assumption that "your" areas of expertise are more important. That's not always so.
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5 weeks ago
Ross S.
paullogue Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > What is it with you guys? We are judging him on > his footballing ability alone! I certainly don't > condone all of his on pitch behaviour but I can't > fathom how anyone can judge a man they have never > met or got to know on a personal level. No-one on > this earth has the right to judge
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5 weeks ago
Ross S.
Looks like he's ready to feast on the EPL next year. At minimum, he got a huge mouthful of of the dainty tea-drinking squad.
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5 weeks ago
Ross S.
And, thank goodness . . . no own goals.
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5 weeks ago
Ross S.
Mine started automatically, without hitting start. I like Gary Schutt, but the auto-start is a real problem if making a quick check of the site while at work or in a public place. Please make the "play" function a press-to-start.
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6 weeks ago
Ross S.
The twin guitar track, LA No Name, is a wonderful piece of music that also functions as a way to highlight the players. I'd rather see them do something like this than take any extended solos during a show. The album is really good. Both of the last two hold up very well against their first three, in my opinion.
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7 weeks ago
Ross S.
There cannot be any "best," but here are some favorites (limited to English language): 1) Kevin Gilbert - wonderful tone, superb melodies, and interesting lyrics 2) Layne Staley - just the right amount of menace 3) Steve Perry - Sam Cooke with the extra gear that hard rock can have 4) John Cowan - might be the best singer I've ever heard live 5) Jon Anderson - especi
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8 weeks ago
Ross S.
I like jazz, but Perry has soul and rock music pipes. He's not a jazz singer.
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8 weeks ago
Ross S.
I like the chord changes just before the chorus and also the slightly weird middle section. Not a powerful tune or a statement of intent, but a really nice song. Howe's little solo near the end is really good.
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8 weeks ago
Ross S.
Vegas shows require singing six nights a week, sometimes two shows in a night. I don't see that happening for him.
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Well, it does appear to accurately depict a "fire hazard."
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