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7 days ago
PJayBe
Love Gov't Mule, good "jammy" Southern Rock style with some great live covers. Railroad Earth are an awesome bluegrass jamband, okay if you like that sort of thing!!!! Have all albums and a lot of live shows by both in the collection Don't like moe personally, although a lot of guys I know rate them, and never heard anything by The Hold Steady, but have heard that they have a Springs
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8 days ago
PJayBe
49, so allegedly I'm a nerd..... Philip
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8 days ago
PJayBe
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Your Stuart Adamson posts are > still fresh in my mind. I don't want to have to > deal with any more. Yes, I got suckered into starting a "dialogue" there didn't I. Be more careful in future....... Philip
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14 days ago
PJayBe
I used to work in a hotel in Brighton which many of the bands at the Centre and the Dome used. The vast majority were really nice (Kiss, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Tina Turner, Nils Lofgren {even Gary Glitter} to name but a few), but the single most onboxious bunch were Big Country. At the time I loved their music and was going to see them that night, but their attitude really soured things for me.
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15 days ago
PJayBe
KingdomofMan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > PJayBe Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > Europe > > 1. Riches to Rags > > 2. Firebox > > 3. Superstitious > > 4. Scream of Anger > > 5. Girl From Lebanon > > 6. Carrie > > 7. Sign of the Times > > 8. Cherokee &
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19 days ago
PJayBe
We have to accept that as bands get older, members will retire and be replaced. Rick Wakeman for one has said that he sees bands like Yes being in the vein of an orchestra or brass band that go on forever retaining the name and repertoire. Paul Stanley has made similar comments about Kiss and I have heard the same about Fairport Convention. It is only now that bands are ageing enough for it to
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20 days ago
PJayBe
Couple of corrections / "my take on its" : FM 1. Tough Love 2. I Belong to the Night 3. That Girl 4. Closer To Heaven 5. Crosstown Train 6. Burning My Heart Down Europe 1. Riches to Rags 2. Firebox 3. Superstitious 4. Scream of Anger 5. Girl From Lebanon 6. Carrie 7. Sign of the Times 8. Cherokee 9. Rock the Night 10. Prelude / Last Look at Eden
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20 days ago
PJayBe
"Doors at 6" on ticket, FM allegedly on at 650, arrived before 6 and queued until 635 listening to setting up and soundchecking before being let in.... Thankfully got in to see all the music, Philip
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20 days ago
PJayBe
As stated above, he popped up tonight in Manchester and stayed the course, singing a great Starrider. Looked good, played great. Philip
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25 days ago
PJayBe
57 minutes, 11 tracks.... Some EP!! Presume they've got some new stuff out to coincide with the Foreigner tour. Out via the website and very good it is too. Better than springing a Rockville track on us. Philip
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28 days ago
PJayBe
Sorry to buck the trend here, but I like it. It probably won't get as much airing as the first album, but it'll get picked out and put on fairly regularly I'm sure. Perahps the best word to dscribe it is stately, as befitting the gentlemen of a certain age both playing (and in my case) enjoying the music. Philip
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4 weeks ago
PJayBe
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just curious... now that the band has been 'back' > and with 3 awesome cds worth of newer material-- > do they play alot from metropolis and the > Rockville cds? Not enough...... Philip
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4 weeks ago
PJayBe
Tis a pity that us in the frozen north have been forgotten this time around. Philip (& family)
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4 weeks ago
PJayBe
mick2112 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Chris is also in Furyon. > Really looking forward to seeing Tyketto in > Wolverhampton and Sheffield at the weekend!! We'll be in Wolverhampton (although not quite sure when due to work). Philip
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4 weeks ago
PJayBe
Always have a great time with Welsh proggers Magenta, one of the nicest bunches of people I've ever met, and their (Matt will hate this ) off-shoot band The Reasoning. Thunder and FM are spot on. I remember bringing a signing line in Sheffield to a halt by producing a "baby" picture of Merv and myself, apologies to all who got held up. Dan Baird, Jason Ringenberg and Warner E. Hod
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5 weeks ago
PJayBe
Maybe the "really really big news" is the 40th anniversary vinyl box set....* http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/news/kiss-confirm-40th-anniversary-box-set/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+classicrock%2Fmain+%28Classic+Rock%29 Philip *with dominoes!!!!!
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5 weeks ago
PJayBe
So my thought of whaqt seems like several hundred messages ago is true. A whole page full of slagging and counter slagging, all in the name of who knows what?? I note that in the new Classic Rock AOR magazine, tucked away in a feature on Scandanavian AOR, Tommy Denander shows that he is nothing if not a master of self-promotion. He claims to BE the A-Z of Scandnavian AOR, a claim that may be
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5 weeks ago
PJayBe
Mid read now, and it's a good one. Philip
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6 weeks ago
PJayBe
Say it ain't so...... Philip
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6 weeks ago
PJayBe
cymru Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > just bought,thanks for the heads up ;) You mean it's in the shops today..... Thought it was tomorrow. Philip
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7 weeks ago
PJayBe
I hope there's going to be some more dates, preferably in the Uk because there's a whole family in my house wanting to see them!!!! Philip, Celia & Ruth PS. A new album would be good too.......
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8 weeks ago
PJayBe
Mine's in the post, hopefully tomorrow...... Philip
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2 months ago
PJayBe
They're separate entities. The Payne era was less AOR and more prog based. Love both set ups but see them as different bands. A Payne led group doing Payne-era stuff would be great, but I don't see why he should chuck in the "classics" all the time for a cheap pop. Even the GPS live album has Asia stuff on from before his time. Great singer and a great band (twice)....... Phili
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2 months ago
PJayBe
A didn't think EPs had 11 tracks on them and lasted 57 minutes, I've got shorter LPs in my collection!!!! Will order this forthwith, Philip
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2 months ago
PJayBe
JMac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > For those of us who are uninitiated, what would 2 > or 3 good songs t check out their 'flavor'be? An ideal starting part would be The 59 Sound (single or album), which should be around in enough places. Sums the band up in 3.09 or 41.32 depending which way you do it. Philip
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2 months ago
PJayBe
A few thoughst on those who still can..... Danny Vaughn still sounds great, and going back to the 70's Phil Mogg seeems to be sounding better than ever. Ian Gillan can still sing superbly, but should avoid the screams or anything above what he can safley handle these days. You can really hear his love of Elvis in his current register. Jimmy Barnes is another who has improved when he lear
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2 months ago
PJayBe
A great band, and a superb live act. I always want to think that the Springsteen goes punk tag is a little simplifird, but it's the only one that fits!! Philip
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2 months ago
PJayBe
To put the performance of Highway To Hell into context, the penultimate song that night was Terry's Song, a memorial song for Springsteen's long-time assistant Terry Magovern, who died on July 30, 2007. Macgovern was a longtime AC/DC fan, hence the two songs (kind of)framing the show. Philip
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2 months ago
PJayBe
This is my list of "Best Ofs & Nothing Else's" 10cc a-ha Abba Air Supply The Bangles Black The Blues Brothers The Beach Boys Jimmy Buffett (2 including 1 boxset)) Carpenters Martin Carthy (Boxset) The Damned The Divine Comedy Dave Edmunds The Go-Go's Tommy James And The Shondells Joan Jett Elton John Nick Lowe Lynyrd Skynyrd Madness (Boxset) Manic Street Prea
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2 months ago
PJayBe
jason the buc Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I found out this morning that I may need to work > tonight.I am so hoping that isn't the case!At > least,I will be compensated for the ticket,if it > comes down to it,but I soooo want to see > Transatlantic! That's not good...... Philip
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