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4 weeks ago
bmg
its really super Shade - the whole song is great and I have checked out some of their stuff on Spotify and its sounds brill Thanks for you post
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5 weeks ago
bmg
Sorry must add Survivor & Triumph to my list Never heard of 'Venice' before?
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5 weeks ago
bmg
ELO - from 1972 to 1986 Scorpions Dare Magnum AbbA Chris Tomlin Iron Maiden Fleetwood Mac Dire Straits Barclay James Harvest Robert Mutt Lang Tesla Demon - so so underrated Y&T Queensryche - sorry if that's more than 5
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8 weeks ago
bmg
Must go and check Real Americana, as you say
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8 weeks ago
bmg
If her music was traditional C&W i wouldnt give her music a second listen. Its C&W with a difference - anyway PLEASE advise of any better 'C&W' acts about today - certainly not Lady Antebellum or Rascal Flatts IMHO.
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2 months ago
bmg
'I seek to cure what deep inside, Frightened of this thing I've become' 2.23 of Africa clip He should be frightended - but I think others are even more frightened of what he's become. Can he get medical help? or v good advice? Its not fair for lead singers generally - their voices wear out whereas good guitarists can always sound good, unless they get serious arthritus in their hands
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2 months ago
bmg
Kacey Musgraves I think most of you would really appreciate her latest albums 'Same Trailer Different Park' and 'Pageant Material' . Its not Rock in any shape but I think you MR fans would enjoy the laid back acoustic vibe - the clever lyrics and harmonies - the soothing voice - clear production. The songs are real ear candy (she is eye candy too) and they are definitely mind-massaging mel
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3 months ago
bmg
Also Faster than the Speed of Night by Bonnie Tyler The Hurting - Tears For Fears Architecture & Morality - OMD
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3 months ago
bmg
bands/ artists I am not crazy about released the following brill albums: 90125 by Yes (Geoff Downes apparently said this was the best album Yes ever released) Heartbeat City by The Cars (dont know much about their other albums) American Fool by John Cougar (I bought other albums by JC and didnt like them much) Born In The USA by Bruce Springsteen (just never really got into other BS album
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3 months ago
bmg
90125 - what a classic - was just listening to it recently
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5 months ago
bmg
Mystery - Theatre of the Mind Genesis - Duke
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5 months ago
bmg
Just been listening to some of his songs on Spotify - sounds good Does anyone know much about him and what are his best albums?
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5 months ago
bmg
thats it MArk HEAT are super LIVE - stage presence, energy, charisma Vega maybe are the better musically - but havent quite got it in terms of a LIVE performance - i.e. stage presence, energy, charisma For example - Dave Lee Roth - all show - he really had stage presence, energy, charisma - would you rate his albums - NO - hes more for the eyes than ears imho
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5 months ago
bmg
Live music is such a different beast from the studio album In fact you could really love a band's albums, but when you see them live they are very boring. And Vice versa - maybe you are not really into a a band's music but find them great live. I am generalising here - but can imagine ELO, Pink Floyd and Barclay James Harvest being just Ok in concert, but yet they turn out amazing albums.
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5 months ago
bmg
Probably not discussed much here, but I'm just relistening to his 'BOYS & GirLs' album from about 1985? its amazing - probably prefer it to the Roxy music albums which are great. Its the feel of the album thru the excellent production and, at times sparse arrangements, creating a delightful atmosphere with great songs & superb, if restrained, guitar work. treat yourself to this g
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6 months ago
bmg
Anyway - I was trying to make the point that we generally seem to know more lead guitarists than bass players - in other words lead guitarists are more prominent.
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6 months ago
bmg
oh so sorry to you - really love a 'Know it all' rem TK - noboby likes a 'smart arse' dont be down on others if they dont know all 'the stuff' - you should be encouraging younger music listeners in their search and love of good music - so dont put people off who are dabbling in MR
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6 months ago
bmg
great thread What about the bass on Iron Maiden songs - its generally very prominent and gave the band their very distinctive sound - of course with Steve Harris being boss and bass player, the bass just had to be heard. However, generally bass and bass players seem to play 'second fiddle' to the guitar players and vocalists. Cant think of many bass players, apart from: Steve Harris
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6 months ago
bmg
Hi Wardy I bought 'To Hell With The Devil' in the 80s and was very disappointed - the vocals just let the album down. So since then I have never really listened to Stryper (had the same problem with Shy - Excess All Areas) - however - with nearly everyone recommending 'NO More Hell To Pay' I am now listening to it on Spitify. - so far sounds good and the vocals arent really a concern - the
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6 months ago
bmg
so far I prefer Orphan Holy War seems less catchy - at best a grower, at worst its bland
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6 months ago
bmg
In the 80s I enjoyed the articles and reviews etc. in Kerrang and was wondering if anyone knows what the various writers / contributors / journalists are doing now, especially the following: - Derek Oliver (he loved AOR) - Xavier Russell (loved thrash metal me thinks) other names will maybe come to me later BMG
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6 months ago
bmg
Allen adds: “I’d love to work with Mutt again but I’m not sure we could spend the amount of time in the studio that we’ve spent in the past with Mutt. We like to work in a quicker way. It would be fantastic to do a few songs with him but I’m not sure we could actually do a full record with him.” The 'quicker way' wont result in the quality of Pyromania or Hysteria The 'quicker w
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6 months ago
bmg
HI MSL (and Carl1) thks for your help - they sound really class - if the whole album is as good as those three songs - its an AWESome album SEAN1 - go for it - there's loads of worse MR stuff about
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7 months ago
bmg
Super Andrew Big Thanks really like the red box showing the date for the news items
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7 months ago
bmg
thks DCD - great stuff and great that you are on this forum Did anyone ever say that your voice reminds them of D Menketti of Y&T? - and he is one of the greatest rock vocalists (IMHO) rgs BMG
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7 months ago
bmg
thks for the 'heads-up' - cant wait to hear this one!
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7 months ago
bmg
sorry but - they are still a B-grade rock band never really liked them - 'they give/gave rock a bad name' Y&T (see thread below) deserved the success on musical terms. MC got theirs on 'outrageness' terms. imho
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7 months ago
bmg
Hi Just listening to the album Mean Streak by Y&T (from maybe 1983?) - superb album with no fillers. Can anyone advise on their other albums? Are there any better ones than MS? rgs BMG
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7 months ago
bmg
Thks Van great song - seems Toto are a big fave on this website - I find them ok - at times brill and other times boring or too experimental at the expense of quality music.
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7 months ago
bmg
Well Said Wardy - its got him (Noel) a bit of attention for the release of his new album
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