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9 days ago
Don
I totally agree with everything you said. I would add Cheap Trick's Tom Petersson to the mix, although he's maybe a little more "front and center" than the guys you mentioned. He never really seems to be interested in stealing the spotlight, though (at least based on what I've seen).
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13 days ago
Don
What a shame. Terrible disease and not a condition that I would wish on my worst enemy. Glenn is a remarkable talent - one of my all-time favorite guitarists. The way he and KK tag-teamed was mind-blowing. My prayers are with him and his family.
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14 days ago
Don
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I'm a little embarrassed to admit it, but the > > truth is, I never realized that "I Wish It > Would > > Rain" was a cover.< > > No shame in that. The Temptations original is a
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14 days ago
Don
I sampled some of the tracks and was quite impressed by them. So far, I bought three tracks via iTunes, but I'll probably wind up buying the rest of the album. Thanks for sharing!
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14 days ago
Don
I'm a little embarrassed to admit it, but the truth is, I never realized that "I Wish It Would Rain" was a cover. It's not a song I was familiar with prior to hearing it on the Little Caesar album. Great track, though! I'll have to investigate the original.
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14 days ago
Don
LOVE their version of Chain of Fools!
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15 days ago
Don
Paul Ryan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I would have to go with:- > > 1) Robin McAuley - just love his voice. Rich warm > tone.... Agree. I always liked the Barden and Bonnet albums. But then, when I learned that Michael was teaming up with the extraordinary vocalist featured on the "Samurai" album by Grand Prix, I was pretty e
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16 days ago
Don
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Haha, my point is, why dressing up like a > 20-year-old, than that other fat, ugly bloke > doesn't help the cause either. ...LOL, that "fat, ugly bloke" is what I like best about the song. The background vocals he provides are quite good, IMHO. The guy can sing.
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16 days ago
Don
Terry, try sampling some of the tracks from the "Out on Bail" EP and see what you think... Out on Bail Fugitive Walkaway Find it Out the Hard Way Nobody's Fool One Way Ticket
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16 days ago
Don
I read this thread last night, but I didn't have it in me to listen to the track until this morning. To be honest, I was a little freaked out... I'm not at all what I'd consider a huge Stryper fan or anything, but I have really enjoyed their recent output. The Covering is probably my all-time favorite album of cover tunes. I loved their song choice, and I thought they truly did justice to
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16 days ago
Don
I stumbled upon this band back in the day when I found the "Out on Bail" EP in a used record shop and bought it based simply on the fact that it looked like a hard rock album. I wasn't disappointed. IMHO, it's a truly amazing collection of hard rock and AOR. I get that some people might not enjoy the electronic drum sound, but personally, I've always been more about the songs than an
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16 days ago
Don
Hope it's a really enjoyable, memorable night!
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26 days ago
Don
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How about Better Than Ezra? ...This is an act that I've heard of, but never checked out. I'll have to remedy this.
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26 days ago
Don
Rkbluez Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > -Rob Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > and Paul Laine sings on two tracks which I > love! > > Just wish amazon wasn't asking $27+ for the > damn > > cd! > > -Rob > > Yeah AOR Heaven should cut a deal with Amazon and > they'd m
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26 days ago
Don
Pelata Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I preferred the In Faith album (pre-BSR) myself... ...Ditto! Doesn't mean that I don't enjoy the BRS album, but In Faith had a number of really, really great songs, IMHO.
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28 days ago
Don
Nine Days & Tonic are alright for me, but I really, really like Sister Hazel and Vertical Horizon. Great stuff! Moist, Lifehouse, the Calling, and Collective Soul too...
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29 days ago
Don
Loved them from "Superstar Carwash" right up to and including "Let Love In." And I enjoyed the way they developed or progressed or changed or whatever. I love all of their hits from this period, and I also love most of the deeper album tracks or more obscure songs or whatever as well. For me, these guys were an awesome discovery during the '90s as an alternative to the mo
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4 weeks ago
Don
chrisbrooks Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Spotify pays (up to) $0.0033 per play, meaning 1/3 > of one cent. So, 30,000 plays will make you $100. > Then divide that by the number of people who > created the song. To contrast that, the average > Spotify employee is on a $125K salary. ...Oh dear. That's rather sad. Well, it confirms for
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4 weeks ago
Don
tts42572 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Agree on Pyro and Hysteria....both albums still > sound fantastic! ....+1 here. Love 'em both. > It's great for the band but personally, I don't do > spotify so no impact from that angle on me. ....I've had a (free) Spotify account for around a year now. It's only been over the last couple of
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8 weeks ago
Don
Cuts Like a Diamond is a great album! Not sure how I stumbled upon it back in the day, and it's perhaps a little lighter than a lot of what I tend to focus my attention on, but it's a "gem" of an album in any case... ;-) Cheers, Don
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2 months ago
Don
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To all who post and those that lurk, best wishes > to you all. ...Absolutely! God bless everyone on this special day and all through the coming year! I wish you all health, happiness, and wonderful memories. Cheers, Don
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2 months ago
Don
Rkbluez Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Carl my wife's the same way...says I have way too > much music and she's probably right but I'm > addicted like you...could think of a lot of other > worst habits to have. ...Yep, add me to this club. We've been together for 33 years (married for 28) and I love her dearly, but she doesn't get the idea
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2 months ago
Don
Ken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Then the question becomes "what is hard rock?" > Does Loverboy need to be next to Lillian Axe, > Loudness and Lynch Mob in the hard rock section or > in the pop/rock section with Huey Lewis, k.d. Lang > and LL Cool J? > ...Exactly! If you're separating your hard rock albums, does this inc
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2 months ago
Don
I've thought about this question fair bit.... My collection is alphabetized according to genre. Pretty much anything that falls into the very broad "Rock" category (oldies, soft rock, hard rock, metal, alternative) is grouped together. When I had a DJ service with a friend, we also organized our stuff the same way. From my experience, many of the music stores that I've visited in
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2 months ago
Don
Greg Sparrow Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wow, Samurai sure brings back great memories. I > got into it because of "Shout" but the whole album > is great from start to finish. > Don't know about the possibility of it happening > but I'd be all for it! ..."Shout" was the first track I heard as well. Funny, as it tur
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2 months ago
Don
"Samurai" is one sweet, sweet gem of an album! If a new Grand Prix album ever got released, I'd be all over it.
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2 months ago
Don
kissgod Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Agree. The new Sweet/Lynch bores me to tears. ...I don't find that it bores me, nor do I consider it a train wreck. For me, its just that quite a number of the songs are odd. I'm not really a fan of at least half of the material. Seems like two creative geniuses should have been able to come up with better.
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2 months ago
Don
Yep, I hear it! That is kinda cool. Not the kind of thing that you'd expect to be left on a lot of music recordings, but it kind of serves as an exclamation point, so to speak, on a rough 'n tough metal track. Not sure what the song is about, but it's clearly being sung with conviction.
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2 months ago
Don
Interceptor Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey Don, > > One of my favorite albums from way back in the day > was the French band Trust's album IV also known as > Idéal. Great Great stuff. First off, it's all > in French, no idea what most of it is about but I > never ever got sick of it all. That guitarist > Nono....my oh my,
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2 months ago
Don
Looking forward to listening to 'em. Win or lose, tomorrow will see an end to my coaching as another volleyball season will be finished. After that, I'll be spending many hours marking term-end assignments and writing report cards. I'm gonna make it as enjoyable as possible by spinning a bunch of the suggestions that people have made here.
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