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7 weeks ago
Red Guitar Music
The Sea of Tranquility folks were talking about this on youtube and I believe Queensryche did 55mins, which is very good for an opening act. Their set also seems to consist entirely of older material from the 80s.
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8 weeks ago
Red Guitar Music
I've always thought 'This Side Of Paradise' was his best solo album. Members of The Cars and Steve Stevens feature which probably helps.
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8 months ago
Red Guitar Music
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- Also, I know they're no spring chickens but they > need a new stylist. Check the pic out (I assume > it's the back cover) > > https://superdeluxeedition.com/news/abba-announce- > a-new-album-voyage/ That's brilliant Carl. Made me laugh out loud. For those not in the know the pic relates to the upcom
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9 months ago
Red Guitar Music
That's what I was expecting. Cheers for the info.
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9 months ago
Red Guitar Music
I was wondering what's on the DVD? Is it single-camera bootleg quality type stuff or pro-shot?
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9 months ago
Red Guitar Music
I'd totally agree regarding The Adventures. Go West were/are great and the late Alan Murphy was a fantastic guitarist who unfortunately passed away at just 35. I'd also add River City People especially their debut album.
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9 months ago
Red Guitar Music
First show: Angel Witch - Chatham Town Hall 1980 Fav shows is probably a very long list but I'll pick a few highlights for a variety of reasons. Iron Maiden + Praying Mantis + Neal Kay Roadshow - Central Hall Chatham Jimmy Barnes - Freight Train Heart Tour - Brixton Academy (Neal Schon guesting) Journey + Fabulous Thunderbirds - NY State Fair Syracuse Rick Springfield - Hammersmith Tao T
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11 months ago
Red Guitar Music
How about the Lindsay Ell version of Continuum? She covered the whole thing I Don't Trust Dreaming
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I tried to get into them, but i never got the fuss > ... they were just another B-league band. Blimey! That threw me. I can appreciate the voice can be an acquired taste but the early albums are great and 'Love After Death' hardly anyone heard which was a shame as it only got released in Japan or on Music Fo
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Old school approach I know, but if some of the so-called big six played better football they might actually qualify for the likes of the Champions League rather than having to buy their own competition.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Now that RAD has been released on Blu-ray you'd think a CD issue might be a possibility. There have been dodgy unofficial reissues of the soundtrack in the past so there might be some demand.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Paul Sabu produced the 'Fairgrounds' album and the 'Walk On Fire' single on the debut. The albums were remastered and reissued as a two-disc set by GOTT Discs a UK label in 2005 which is probably quite hard to find.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
I'd highly recommend the Colin Hay film 'Waiting For My Real Life'. A top quality music documentary that is funny and sad in equal measure. It's available to stream for free if you've Amazon Prime in the UK.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
This brings back good memories. Back when Eye of the Tiger was in the charts I was flipping through the £1 bin of my local record shop and found the debut. I didn't know anything about Survivor at the time and discovering bands was so different in those pre-internet days. Even the guy behind the counter had no idea it was the same band. As it turned out I loved it then and I still love it now
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
I've just had a CD take 11 days to get from Illinois to Michigan after sitting in Chicago for 7 days according to the tracking... Winter, Christmas and Covid is a pretty tough combination for postal carriers to deal with I guess.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
We featured these guys recently in our occasional feature where we promote Melodic Rock and AOR over at RGM. For those interested (small review/feature) The Hard Place #4 Official band site to save searching for that name which brings up stuff you might want to see. Boys From Heaven
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Scott Watson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > When is the release date for this? I gotta have > it, love Cats In Space. November 27th
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Oh really? The songs are not 2 minutes long? No. The album has a conventional run time and no 9s songs. I just wanted to put Carl's mind at ease.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Just as an FYI Album runtime is 47.32
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
If you use Spotify then every Monday you'll get a playlist based around your recent listening which turns up in your inbox/account. I've found this quite useful in discovering the odd gem that was new to me.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Shannon LaBrie - Building Mick Hayes - My Claim To FAME Lisa Lambe - Juniper and Atlanta Rhythm Section - The Polydor Years which will take the rest of the weekend.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
I’m game as this brings back a load of great memories. Journey: Three shows in the USA, two with with Augeri in Syracuse (2004) and Virginia Beach (2005) + Orlando with JSS (2006). Hard to believe for many years you had to see Journey in the USA until they belatedly rediscovered the UK then Edinburgh (Augeri) and twice in London (JSS / Pineda). Def Leppard: Hammersmith Odeon, London
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Thanks guys. I thought my point would be pretty obvious to most.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Or they were capable of rational thought and respected their fellow human beings.
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
The situation at the moment is obviously terrible for bands and venues. The thing is I still go to, or at least did, quite a few gigs every year. For me, it's all about the atmosphere, the sound, meeting up with like-minded people and having a few beers etc. Spacing folks out is all very well, and obviously I understand the reasoning, but I'm not sure you'd keep the feel and atmosphere. I'
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Sharon Celani and Lori Nicks with Stevie
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1 year ago
Red Guitar Music
Love Ignition, probably still my fav John Waite album and I'm sure I own most of them. This might have been shared here before but this cool video from Tim Pierce talking about 'Change' the hit from the album and how they put the guitars together etc. https://youtu.be/pVPbWwqMpto
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2 years ago
Red Guitar Music
When the Hollywood connection and Silent Rage came up I thought we were talking Hard Rock Zombies... Probably best not...
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2 years ago
Red Guitar Music
Actionjackson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Any credibility I may have goes out the window > when I fess up and share with the masses that one > New Year’s Eve 35 ish years ago I saw thor in a > club in Nanuet New York . I know , it’s even > worse I wasted a New Year’s Eve . Guess I’m a > world class loser. You're not alon
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2 years ago
Red Guitar Music
Pretty sure these versions of the Ratt songs were used in the Mickey Roarke film The Wrestler? Mickey Ratt/Ratt/Rat Attack Probably saved the film company a few quid to license them rather than Ratt originals.
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