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14 days ago
Kevin
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seems incredulous this guy never really considered > singing lead. a few famous folk have moved out > from behind the drum kit to make an even bigger > name for themselves,after all. And all of 'em were > already lauded as great drummers. T I don't think he's wants to be out front. That takes a ce
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3 months ago
Kevin
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Bought the debut when it came out from the radio > 'single' that was played. The material all seemed > to gel into itslf- not much variety,but if you can > dig that element,then it's quality enough. I need > more diversity,so I guess I always thought of them > as great potential but not quite gettin
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3 months ago
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Justin Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I do have a sidebar question though.....how did > I'm Always Here end of as the Baywatch song? > That's not even in my top 20 favorites from him > but it's one of his most successful songs for > sure! I just looked it up and saw that it was > only for the reruns. It's not even the original >
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3 months ago
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patiscat Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Gotthard plays the song «C’est la vie» > not nearly as "live" as one would think. No real surprise either. Kevin
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5 months ago
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Idiosyncrasy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dammit! I was hoping for some NEW > Barnes/Cain/Schon songs! 'Last Frontier' is one of > my favourite Jonathan Cain songs outside of > Journey and Bad English. Barnes IS working on new material. Whether any of the Cain sessions will make the final cut, your guess is as good as mine. Would be nic
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5 months ago
Kevin
30/30 Anniversary Re-recording of older material to celebrate 30th Anniversary as a solo artist with collaborations. Release date: August 29. The tracklisting: 1. Going Down Alone, Journey 2. Good Times, Keith Urban 3. I'd Die To Be With You Tonight, Diesel 4. Lay Down Your Guns, The Living End 5. Ride The Night Away, Little Steven (Van Zandt) 6. Stand Up, Mahalia Barnes and the Soul
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6 months ago
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2112 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > not believing this ... > Press release indicating Dave Bickler on vocals > .# > Not going to happen. as of right now, they have BOTH Dave and Jimi together. Kevin
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7 months ago
Kevin
well, that's certainly unexpected and most welcome! Good to have the guys back. Kevin
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7 months ago
Kevin
On May 1, Rob Thomas hit central North Carolina on his solo tour. This was a bit different to the usual Rob Thomas show. Featuring just a couple of guitars, a piano and just two people to help him, this certainly wasn't the typical Rob Thomas/Matchbox 20 show, and most everything was way stripped back. Not surprisingly, there was a fair bit of Matchbox 20 songs played, as well as the solo mate
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7 months ago
Kevin
from the new Neal Schon album, So U. Serenity (with Deen Castronovo on vocals) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozpp82kcJas
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9 months ago
Kevin
buirt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I didn't know the guys from thunder would release > a new live album? probably one of the Christmas shows. They do release those on an annual basis. Cool little albums in their own right. Kevin
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9 months ago
Kevin
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I guess I don't care about scores enough to go > through such an advanced system. Another thing > that ruins it for me is the fact that a song I one > time consider a classic, I might've changed my > mind about at a later point. Those ratings are certainly not set in stone. That said, with that system
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9 months ago
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Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I couldn't possibly rank their albums or eras the > way you two did there, as it changes too much from > year to year (even day to day). I have my > favourites though. > My system is fairly easy, if one actually would want to go to the trouble. Rate all tracks 1-10. Generally speaking, for me, it w
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9 months ago
Kevin
couple of early thoughts here... Production is REALLY good. Just massive. Best sound I've heard on a Magnum album in a long time--probably since Rock Art. Best production on Bob Catley's voice also in a while. His voice has been buried at times in the past. Not this time! There is some really good stuff on this album. There are also several that I'm struggling with. That said, I've s
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10 months ago
Kevin
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I didn't like the first track at all....the last > four have been awesome. Looks like it will hold up > well compared to "On The 13th Day", which I > thought was a huge step up from the other > "reunion" albums. Can't wait to have a copy in my > hand. > > > // Figge
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10 months ago
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illimey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Love it! Don't Fall Asleep by Magnum, that is. > > But.... I hear a little bit of ROD STEWART in > Bob's voice at times in this track! > > :O > > Not sure if that is a good or bad thing.... > > :) Well, to an extent that isn't surprising. Bob has said before that he tends to
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11 months ago
Kevin
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They continue to be a prime example of a band I > wANT to like alot. But they fall a tad short,and > it just has to come down to--the songs. Bottom > line. I like them but omly to a degree. That and > alot of their earlier albums seem to have pretty > atrocious production. First one I got was >
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1 year ago
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for those with interest.... “The Live Tapes Vol. 1: Hordern Pavilion. April 18, 2012″ titles will be released on Cold Chisel Music through Universal Music Australia on Friday, November 22, 2013 “The Live Tapes” titles are available for pre-order now at www.coldchiselstore.com.au CD and DVD Tracklisting: 1. Standing On The Outside 2. Cheap Wine 3. No Plans 4. HQ454 Monroe 5
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1 year ago
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I know there is some interest of Butch here, so this is a short recap of the Raleigh show from this past Sunday. There are a couple of things one can pretty much expect from a Butch Walker show these days. Opening acoustic section with just Butch on guitar or piano, then going into a full-band show after a couple of songs. A good amount of new material. Not much Marv3 or the first solo album.
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1 year ago
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Captain Can Man Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here's an montage mix someone put together of Dave > and Jimi singing it! Pretty cool! > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqBvtRqPY50 maybe it's me, but I never thought Jimi sounded good on that song. He never had the greatest time with the Dave material, and that was one of the highest-piched
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1 year ago
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movingpictures Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nothing comes close to the original. My thoughts also. Dave Bickler did it best. Tommy Shaw's version was very respectable though. That said, I'd love to hear a studio version with Arnel. Things change a lot when you do it live, and to the best of my knowledge, there is no live version of Bickler perfo
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1 year ago
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Andrew Wrote: > NO! > > I USED to love Jimmy....his Bodyswerve, Working > Class Man and Freight Train Heart albums are > unparralled for hard rocking passion and Aussie > grit. LOVE them! > > And the live album that followed is also classic. > Since then though hit and miss... generally speaking for me....post-FTH/Barnestorming Two Fires....good, if o
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1 year ago
Kevin
Vanetta Fields comes to mind. Did work for Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, and a bunch of others. Also was with John Farnham in the 1980s, where this was recorded.... Amazing Grace with John Farnham, Vanetta Fields and Lindsay Field http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_x6N94OEkZQ for anyone interested in singers, this should send chillbumps up your spine. Simply incredible. Kevin
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1 year ago
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TimC Wrote: > I thought of this question a couple days ago as I > was playing Jimi Jamison's most recent solo album > as well as One Man's Trash in the car, and thought > to myself that his voice (at least on a studio > recording...I've never seen him live) seems as > strong and clear as ever, if not even perhaps more > so than back in the 1980s. So, with that in mind
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1 year ago
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Troy Wrote: > Just a fucking horrible comeback: > Giant - Promise Land (I know i'm going to get a > WTF for this but I thought it was boring as shit > and sounded nothing like Giant) actually, I'm ok with that in this spot. It would be ok-ish if released under a different name as a new band with no expectations. Doesn't really sound like Giant though, and the demos released
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1 year ago
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Pleasure House http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RntuNgv8JhY I guess he's back to working on solo material again since it would appear Chisel has once again gone on indefinite hiatus. Sounds like a mix of the Psyclone/Love and Fear sound. Nice and rocking, but doesn't sound as strong to me as the Rage and Ruin songs. Sounds like we should expect a new solo album in the near future.
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1 year ago
Kevin
if I remember correctly, there were a few more acoustic versions available as some radio/music site if you wanted to pay them a certain large amount for membership--and I believe it was UK only. I believe So Let it Rain was one of them. Don't remember the others. Nice bonus cd and it was cool to hear These Were the Days and the full, uncut version of Eyes Like Fire (although it was fairly si
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1 year ago
Kevin
There's a lot of usual suspects, and both Perry and Farnham have multiples to pick from. John Farnham's You're the Voice is deceptively difficult and not immediately a standout until you've heard other versions that totally miss the mark. That's one song that simply lives and dies on the lead vocal--and it's not his best by any stretch. Best one I've ever heard though was Sam Cooke's Lost an
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1 year ago
Kevin
Terry K. Wrote: > Just re-listened to 13th Day the other day. > Ummm..it's pretty decent--for Magnum. Gotta be a > Brit thing as I just can't turn the corner into > loving this band. Just something that doesn't > quite click. They're def decent enough and > consistent. Just don't trip my trigger enough most > times. Oh well..I'll still check out the new cd > when i
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1 year ago
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Tony Bainbridge Wrote: > When you say the 'folk' scene, I am guessing that > is an american thing because folk music over is > nothing whatsever to do with the Eagles, CSN&Y, > Poco etc. > I am guessing bluegrass/country is american folk > music? Not really. Eagles were always a country/rock hybrid. That term, at least for me, was singer-songwriter acoustic guit
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