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3 days ago
Warrior21
This is impossible . Today, I’ll go with: 1. Live Aid (Philadelphia) - the further away I get from this concert, the more special it becomes 2. Blue Oyster Cult (Hoboken, NJ, 2008) - “Hardcore Fans Show”; small venue funded solely by the crowd in attendance; treated to a 3.5 hour gig 3. Van Halen (MSG, 1982) - cannot express enough the impression left on this 16 year old seeing
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3 days ago
Warrior21
Always thought WCTNGOF was Faithfully Part II…
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4 days ago
Warrior21
I hear ya. The Glenside show is about 70-75 minutes from me, but February weather in PA is always iffy. I did stream the new one on my way home from vacation so I did hear it all. I thought the shorter track (forget the name) captured me more but like you said, it’ll take some spins to get through and absorb it all. FWIW, I really did enjoy the S&G cover, especially before they get t
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5 days ago
Warrior21
voiceofbabylon Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Warrior21 I thought I knew every Genesis song and > yet you just introduced me to this unknown > classic. Thank you very much! Good deal!
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Daredevil Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Totally agree with you here. The early albums > were > > great, the ones after Hacket and Gabriel left > not > > so much. > > > You know who Hackett worked with later? > > MAX BACO
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Heartlinecastle Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Didn't Doogie White audition for Maiden? Ronnie Romero? Lol.
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Then you get into the argument of the remaining musicians still needing to earn a living and that they were all part of the BAND. The loss of one needn’t end the band if the others wish to move on. I might not like Journey nearly as much without Perry but I get why they still use that name. As long as the fans are well informed and know what they’re buying and going to, then all should
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sometimes it hAs been know that covers of > originals have done quite well tho. At times > surpassing the original in popularity. Lots of > examples....they tried,anyway. T The Morse Portnoy George covers albums have been great. Time to order the 3 disc set.
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5 days ago
Warrior21
I always favored the Collins era stuff and not until the last 12-18 months did I give the pre-1975 material the time of day. Glad I did; there is just SO much great music there. Definitely from a prog perspective. And even Trick of the Tail, Wind and Wuthering, and And Then There Were Three… with Phil at the helm were all great.
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5 days ago
Warrior21
I don’t think the band ever intended to have a long career. The musicians were all too busy with their well-paying day jobs (namely Schon and Hagar) to make HSAS a going concern.
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Holding dog > Typing message board response Always. Woof!
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Wardy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Warrior21 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > > The Internet has been both good and bad for the > > music biz. As a positive, the Web has brought > us > > to this board, and I’ve come to discover a > > number of new artists and albums
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Edge of a Broken Heart should have been on SWW by Bon Jovi. I had to hunt down a 12” single just to get the song (long before the 100 million boxed set). Also, Feeding the Fire by Genesis, one of, if not the, heaviest tunes the band ever recorded (at least with Phil up front).
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Amazing song. So glad Bruce added it to some of his sets in recent years. Never knew she performed this with Sarah McLachlan, whom I am a big fan of. When and where was this from? I’m a huge BOC fan and Patti co-wrote a number of songs with them over the years, and dated the late Allen Lanier, as well. I used to see Patti perform at Glen Burtnik’s Christmas shows in the Village. The
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5 days ago
Warrior21
Yeah, outside of the first 2 tracks on HSAS, nothing else stands out for me on it. Lots of great stuff on the BE album. Not to mention John Waite was the vocalist. That adds 50 points right there. :-)
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5 days ago
Warrior21
I remember when the Springsteen Live ‘75-85 boxed set came out. Might have been the first, or at least one of the first, boxed sets released. It was on the news the night before, fans were interviewed, and record shops opened at midnight to release it. The Internet has been both good and bad for the music biz. As a positive, the Web has brought us to this board, and I’ve come to discover a
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5 days ago
Warrior21
I’m sure. But I haven’t seen them since ‘84, and my wife and daughter never have, so wanted this one last chance. T, NMB moved all their US dates back to February. Bummed! It’ll give me more time to get into the new record, though, which just came in the mail today. Yay! I have been listening to The Great Adventure - finally! Fantastic! Not as immediate as TSOAD but a more than wort
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6 days ago
Warrior21
Of course…after I got the vinyl… The Curse of the Completist!
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6 days ago
Warrior21
I'm just hoping that this was filmed quite some time back and that he's gotten better for the tour, which I believe starts this weekend. I did read, though, that he's anticipating being done with the European and US dates by mid-December, with nothing being planned for 2022. I think he's really suffering. Hopefully he can make it through and feed off the crowds and perhaps add some shows. G
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6 days ago
Warrior21
I don't have a problem with KISS putting out a 45th anniversary edition of what could be its biggest ever album. Only the die-hards will likely buy it, so it's not a big deal to me. I won't get it, I've got the original release and that's enough for me. I like the fact that artists give the fans an option of what they want. The Marillion thread below made me realize how awesome it is to be
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6 days ago
Warrior21
My new car (2020 Acura MDX) has a player in it, thankfully! But my wife's 2021 Audi does not. I'm hoping that CDs come back full circle and by time I get another new car they'll be easier to find in them.
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6 days ago
Warrior21
From an Italian who lives in New Jersey, trust me, there are definitely people like this!
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6 days ago
Warrior21
Missing You and Top of the Rock kick ass. I recall seeing a live concert on MTV (I think), and seems to me, they left some of the better tunes off the record. Anyone else agree? If so, do you recall what those tunes were? Maybe I can grab from YT.
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7 days ago
Warrior21
Same. Can’t believe James Gandolfini died at 51. So much more we missed out on from him.
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7 days ago
Warrior21
As a drummer, I totally respect what AVH has done over the years. Still, he’s not one of my favorites, but kudos to him for keeping the beat going, following the histrionics of his brother. And in a band where you’ve got inarguably one of the most influential guitarists in history, not to mention one of the best frontmen in Roth, it’s no wonder Alex kind of gets lost in the shuffle.
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7 days ago
Warrior21
I’m trying to hold off watching this, as I’m seeing the show at MSG in early-December, but will probably cave. The light show looks stunning. I’ve only seen Genesis once, on the Mama tour, and refused to see the 2007 tour since I generally hate stadium shows (though do quite enjoy the When In Rome documentary). So I’m happy to see them in an arena again. On the clips I’ve seen, P
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8 days ago
Warrior21
Got an e-mail about this. Can't wait.
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11 days ago
Warrior21
Saw Styx in July. Upcoming: Neal Morse Band John Waite Blue Oyster Cult Genesis Elton John Transatlantic Eric Johnson
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12 days ago
Warrior21
Burning Bright being delivered tomorrow. \m/
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12 days ago
Warrior21
Is this being released on Blu-Ray/DVD?
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