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2 days ago
jason the buc
My issue with Frontiers and their choices of producers,hasn't been so much the production quality,but the fact that they go with one main(or house) producer almost exclusively for a long stretch of time,to the point that things do start to sound the same.In the beginning it was Fabrizio Grossi,then the baton got passed to Dennis Ward,then Erik Martensson did a stint,then Ale DeVecchio and now Dan
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6 days ago
jason the buc
All of the above plus Mr. Big Blue Murder Badlands
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16 days ago
jason the buc
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I had that and traded it while I lived in the US. > Mine was Scotti Bros, not a Jap issue. I can't > remember what I got in return, but I recently > bought the album again. Scotti Bros once more,and > paid about £15 for it. Love that album.Highly underrated.Had it originally on cassette,and bought
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19 days ago
jason the buc
I think it's only a matter of time before Izzy surfaces.I think he wanted to stay on the sidelines,to see how things played out,out of the gate.So far,the tour seems to be going as perfect as could be expected...everybody is getting along,they are starting on time,and most importantly,it seems that Axl has finally grown up.Now with Steven finally making his first appearance,I think that should be
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20 days ago
jason the buc
Terry-What did you think...how was the show?
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20 days ago
jason the buc
Glad to see him up there,and he looked so excited and sounded good.Now it's Izzy's turn! http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/steven-adler-rejoins-guns-n-roses-on-stage-in-cincinnati/
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23 days ago
jason the buc
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nope-- first time. I've seen Portnoy with Dream > Theater a few times. And Billy with Mr.Big on the > What If... tour. and I used to see him way back > with Talas around WNY (my nand back then opened > for Talas twice around the time they toured with > VH for thr 1984 tour). Never seen Kotzen live.
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23 days ago
jason the buc
I'm really digging this.I'm almost getting a vibe that is part Native Window,classic Kansas and the last Seventh Key album.Sounds really good.Looking forward to it.
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23 days ago
jason the buc
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Going to see Mike with Winery Dogs tomorrow night > in Buffalo!! Psyche! T > > PS: don't forget Mike's other gigs- Neal Morse > Band,Transatlantic,Flying Colors...talk about a > resume!! Terry,have you seen them before? Also don't forget his other past gigs,Adrenaline Mob,Portnoy,MacAlpin
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25 days ago
jason the buc
SecurityMark Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seen em possibly 30 times and never disappointing. > I don't think they could do a poor gig if they > tried. > > Class every time > > Cheers > > Mark H Your experience with FM,is the same experience I have with Y&T.Seen them roughly 30 times and never anything close to a ba
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29 days ago
jason the buc
2_EdgedSword Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Speaking of Phillip, I'd love to see another > Places Of Power album. Also, check out the new > Whjtford/St. Holmes album. There's a song or two > on there with a Perfect World vibe. Good album as > well. I second another Places of Power album.Still play the first frequently to this day.
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30 days ago
jason the buc
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A near 4 hour show...pretty tough to make that > flow. I see most of the hits are packed in near > the end/encores tho. That's as much flow you can > get when you're playing such an elongated show. > It's gonna ebb and peak here & there.. The crowd > needs to chill a bit along that path as well.
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4 weeks ago
jason the buc
juliocruz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The 2 albums I play the most: > > Brother Firetribe - Heart Full Of Fire > Treat - Address The Nation > > Albums I play every now and then: > > W.E.T. - Rise Up > Treat - Coupe De Grace > House Of Lords - World Upside Down > Find Me - Wings Of Love > Gotthard - Lipservice
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
Hinder04 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Meet Journey backstage when Augeri was with them. > Augeri Castronovo & Valory were so nice. > Castronovo even talked about his Bad English days. > Schon and Cain were assholes !!! See,I've met Schon on numerous occasions over the years and he was always a cool guy.Cain on the other hand...I agree
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
U2 Alice Cooper Boston Styx(I like bits and pieces,but for the most part they bore me to tears)
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
I've met many,but the one that I will always remember,and the one that stands out,was when I met Jimmy Page outside a casino in Reno,Nevada.It was around the time that he was working on the Coverdale/Page album,and he was in those neck of the woods,because Reno is a short distance from Coverdale's home and studio in Lake Tahoe.At first,I didn't think it was him,but when I heard his companion call
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
garyt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > GTR- s/t > Vertu- a jazz rock type project with Richie Kotzen Vertu was a great album.Kotzen with Stanley Clarke and Lenny White from Return to Forever.Got go back and give it a listen.Been a while.
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Rising > Love not Live Rock & Roll > Straight Between The Eyes > Bent Out Of Shape > Stranger In Us All > Difficult To Cure > Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow > Down To Earth > On Stage That is the exact order I would put them in too.Nice to see someone else has Stranger in Us All ran
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I really think you must have to be British to > adore these guys. Or at least the majority of > their fanbase,that is. I'm thinking they just > don't translate all that well here in the US. As > said...I dig a song here or there. But I can't get > overly sussed over them like you 'lot' there in >
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
Red Dawn-Never Say surrender
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
Saw the first show of Sixx AM's first tour last year in San Francisco,and it was one of the best shows I have seen in a very long time.They were super tight,the acoustics were spot on...I honestly couldn't find one negative aspect of that show.
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
Leet2607 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No Mick Sweda on guitar? He's there...but whoever filmed this(there are several clips on YouTube)didn't film much of his side of the stage.
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5 weeks ago
jason the buc
Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah, I get where you're coming from - I > initially thought it would be a highlight at this > year's festival, only to massively letdown. I > thought it would be a big scoop bookingwise by the > festival and for the fans finally seeing them in > Scandinavia - probably a once in a lifetime >
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6 weeks ago
jason the buc
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Roxy Music and Wishbone Ash too. Forgot about them.Who hasn't he played with?LOL
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6 weeks ago
jason the buc
King Crimson,UK,Asia,Uriah Heep,solo...the list goes on...a true legend!All the best for a speedy recovery!
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7 weeks ago
jason the buc
I really like how they've been able to stretch it out and bring back some Bon era cuts that they haven't been played in years,like Touch to Much.I've seen footage of a few of the shows,and I've been really impressed with Axl.I would not be surprised if his tenure with the band goes beyond fulfilling rescheduled tour dates.
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7 weeks ago
jason the buc
machinehead Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He's not on the US tour.Maybe he will do the same > on the UK one. Rich Robinson from the Black Crowes did the US tour,but Mick will be doing the UK tour.
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2 months ago
jason the buc
Steve_Roamer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Great photos indeed, it's really weird to see > > Micky Dee up there. This gig must be a vacation > > for him compared to the Motörhead stuff. > > > ...until he gets to the drum so
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2 months ago
jason the buc
Oddmanrush Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Appreciate everyone checking my photos out. Yes. > They sounded great and Mikkey fit right in with > the band. Felt like he has been playing with them > for years. Love Mikkey's playing.If it wasn't for work,I would have gone to Vegas to check them out.Love that venue...saw Journey there last year
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2 months ago
jason the buc
Hustler Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Saw the Up From The Ashes tour also. Don was good > back then and frankly overall that was a better > band (Mikkey Dee, Peter Baltes, Billy White, John > Norum) than Dokken IMO. Agreed on all counts.Saw them in a 300 seat club here in San Francisco and they were firing on all cylinders.It's too bad they
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