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11 years ago
JanneStark
Check his homepage: http://www.bobharrismusic.com/home.html
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Crap... I hate it when they do that.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Coco, Yes, I do have the album and the live EP, which I got not that long ago. I've missed the conversations about the band here though. Better get the bonus-track version of the CD then :-) I'll check out the drum solo!
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Thanks for the tip! The "War Of Angels" sneak preview sounds very promising! A definite buy! Found a couple of other bands in a similar style lately that sound pretty good: Halestorm (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naIT6XfsjAw) - Awesome song! This Fires Embrace (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgelfGSLrd8&feature=related) Age Of Daze (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L21hBI3jAjo&a
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Salas sounds like Hendrix?? Never heard that one before and I'm afraid I don't hear it either. He's way more funky. Salas has done some great stuff with Sass Jordan, Third Eye, Nicklebag and solo (even though his solo material is quite hit and miss). Some tips: Eric Johnson Lance Lopez Jay Jesse Johnson (check out www.grooveyardrecords.com - the rule this kind of stuff!) Guitar Pete Gary
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Just received new from Wounded Bird they have re-issued the CDs by St Paradise and Riggs. Unfortunately it didn't say anything about any bonus tracks. Would've love to hear the "Heavy Metal Soundtrack" songs as bonus on the Riggs (his best tracks - "Radar Rider" rocks!). Still - out on CD!
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11 years ago
JanneStark
A review is just ONE person's opinion, people seem to forget that. Kinda interesting to see someone reviewing a review... P.S. Just to give you my standpoint. I reviewed the album and gave it 7/10.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Well, even if they ARE rich, it doesn't make it less wrong to illegaly download their music. Sure, I can agree to the point where if I had been a millionaire myself and wouldn't have to worry about money anymore, I probably would record stuff and give it away just because I love doing it. The problem is, people who up/download don't give a shit if it's a band of spoiled millionaires or if it'
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11 years ago
JanneStark
On the other hand, if you loved painting houses would you go around painting peoples houses just to have paople say "No, sorry I won't pay you because you like what you're doing"? Writing, arranging, recording, re-writing, mixing - it's not something you do halfassed and just because it's "art". If you love what you're doing you put your heart and soul into it, but you still
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11 years ago
JanneStark
I fully agree! I guess it's just us collectors (aka "old farts") as most young kids of today don't give a shit about albums or even who plays. On the contrary, as a nice counterpart, the vinyl sales are growing and there's a new young generation that appreciates the good old album format.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Yes, I have a lot of his solo material (also heard the drum resemblance between Cobham & VH :-)), and a lot of the archive stuff released after his death. He was a brilliant guitarist, but this gig is just so so bad. It made me a bit puzzled.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
I recently received the "Phoenix Rising" CD+DVD from the Deep Purple Bolin era. My god... I love Bolin and I love Purple, but this was just a really really painful experience! I've always considered Bolin being a great guitarist, but the stuff he does in Highway Star (aimlessly twiddling on one note through the entire solo), Burn (not even playing the riff correctly), Smoke On The Wat
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11 years ago
JanneStark
I must've missed that one :-) It's good to see a lot of the stuff has been re-issued, but it also pointed out some stuff that still hasn't, but needs to be re-issues, such as: Mayday (both) Target (both) Striker Harlequin (all) Lisa Price
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Well, I didn't force you to buy it ;-) BTW our (Locomotive Breath) version of Europe's "Scream Of Anger" features our first singer Herman Saming (now in ACT).
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Check out the first Illusion LP and the Mother's Fines album "Iron Age" and you'll even find one song that is more or less identical. The first Illusion was by far the best, imo.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
It was actually first recorded for the compilation "Power From The North - Sweden Rocks The World" in 2000, where Swedish bands do covers of other Swedish band such as: Entombed do Stillborn Meshuggah do Whimzy Southpaw do Malmsteen The Haunted do Candlemass Glory do Malmsteen Locomotive Breath do Europe Hammerfall do Heavy Load Lion's Share do Electric Boys etc. A really good
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11 years ago
JanneStark
While we're at it I'd also highly recommend Razr13 with Dug Pinnick on vocals. Great CD! I'd also warn you about Tres Mts. where he also sings and it's quite crappy.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Nocturnal Rites is a great band! Most of their releases are stellar!
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Atomic Opera actually had the same producer as King's X - Sam Taylor (he also did Galactic Cowboys). Good one! If you're into King's X you should also check out: Jack In The Box - Stigma Battlestar Cadigalactica - Farming In The Sands Of The Hourglass B! - Degenerator Podunk - s/t, Musrlin's Dock etc The Sonnier Brothers Band - Redefined besides Ty Tabor's solo stuff, Platypus, The Jell
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11 years ago
JanneStark
They do sound good, but original... naaaaaaaah.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
I was actually a bit disappointed in the Bill Hicks biography. Too much repetition of the things he said. Interesting to a certain extent however. "Suck Satan's cock" :-)
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Tough one indeed. In no particular order (at this very moment): Summerland - King's X Butterfly - Jack In The Box Ashes To Ashes - Rob Lamothe Child Of Innocence - Kansas Rock Candy - Montrose Apes Pigs And Spacemen - P.V.S White Man - Queen The Ring - Robin Trower Book: The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas Adams Luxury item: guitar
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Well, they had been touring quite a lot between the albums, so I guess they had glued together much more. I do agree.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
It's the same rhythm section on both "BoO" and "DoaM" - Kerslake and Daisley.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
You don't think it's kinda hard for a bass player to do that? It's quite a difference between a (great) bass player (who doesn't sing) and a frontman like Gillan.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Jimmy: You're right! Mixed up the titles
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11 years ago
JanneStark
Right up there with: Warrant - Dog Eat Dog Dokken - Dysfunctional Scorpions - Eye II Eye Mötley Crüe - Generation Swine Def Leppard - Slang
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11 years ago
JanneStark
I would make 10 compilations of my own ;-)) Ok, then: Jack In The Box - Stigma King's X - King's X Rush - Caress Of Steel Diamond REO - Dirty Diamonds Kansas - Leftoverture Sevendust - Seasons Hardline - Double Eclipse Thin Lizzy - Live And Dangerous Max Webster - High Class In Borrowed Shoes Cry Of Love - Brother
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11 years ago
JanneStark
King's X were definitely original, both in sound and style.
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11 years ago
JanneStark
This will be an interesting read! Always loved his playing and had the pleasure of playing together with him on the Planet Alliance album.
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