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1 year ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To be fair, he did acknowledge that fact and was > respectful. Yes, but he focussed his point on shredding. It's like starting a comment with "don't take this the wrong way, but with all due respect"...yeah I'm gonna take it the wrong way.
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1 year ago
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Ed was so much more than a "shred" guitarist. This is pure rubbish from someone saying anything to get press for his own music. Garbage.
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2 years ago
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Idiosyncrasy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The demo has been around for a while (90s?) so I > suspect they dropped in the original vocal, but a > great song and performance! Looking forward to > this and wishing Vince all the best. That makes more sense, love the Vox on this
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2 years ago
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DAMN! Sir Walsh sounds amazing. Thanks for sharing!
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2 years ago
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You guys make me smile, thanks for that. Today was an amazing day...
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2 years ago
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126. fuck yeah
It's been a shit week so far. I'm drunk.don't hate.
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2 years ago
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He's still working on finishing two projects...and they sound amazing.
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2 years ago
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The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Kiss Of The Gypsy > > Tattoo Rodeo Man, I wish!
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2 years ago
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Steve Perry and Gregg Rolie had a unique sound when singing together IMO
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2 years ago
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Payne sounds great on that track!
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2 years ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Repugnant cancerous polyp on the anus of humanity! You really need to work on breaking out of your shell...just say what you think already, it's not that hard geez:)
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2 years ago
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I heard "Living After Midnight" today on the radio, and it got me thinking about songs that kick right in...Personally I love it! What say you? Yes, this is research :)
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2 years ago
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Magnus Karlsson on "On my Way Back To Earth"...love it, and I usually can't take instrumentals
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2 years ago
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Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > TOUCH1980 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Craig Goldy on the Giuffria debut blows my mind > > every time I play it. > > > That's a bit of a lost classic - one of the best > of that era. And yes, he plays really well on > that album.
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2 years ago
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Heartlinecastle Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Kansas demonstrating that is it still possible for > veteran bands to move forward and create as > opposed to resting on the laurels conferred by a > dirty dozen hits.. TRUTH
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2 years ago
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John Lennon. I was home alone, and KLOS in LA announced it...it hit me hard. It was a few days before my 18th birthday and I was on my own renting a room from Rich Wrights dad at his house trying to get White Sister off the ground. It was the first big life event I absorbed without my family around, they had moved out of state a few months earlier. I'll always remember that day, and the eerie lig
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2 years ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have no issue at all with either Randy or > Michael joining the band, but I DO think the band > is now just a tribute to Perry. There seems to be > no inclination to create anything new, and even if > they did, I have a horrible feeling that Cain > would try to introduce some hideous faith rel
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2 years ago
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I love Journey...that's not Journey...I fell asleep half way through...sad
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2 years ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have a weak spot for Mr Sabu, but I do know he > tends to cause schisms amongst AOR/Melodic Rock > fans … SO what's your take on the man? When I first heard a Sabu demo tape back in 1990 I couldn't believe he wasn't a big success...what a voice. While working with him on the first Tattoo Rodeo albu
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2 years ago
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Did Michael leave his bass in the bathroom?
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2 years ago
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alaskaman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Asia with a strong new vocalist. ...if only there was a singer who played bass, and was looking for something to do...
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2 years ago
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Wardy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sad to read Dennis but good memories ;) > > Take care I need to dig out the old camcorder footage of that tour. I have a bunch of cool stuff from the side stage and even some shots from the rafters! Tons of sound check stuff...
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2 years ago
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bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Good memory that DCD - hope you are well Cheers Bruce, all good here in Cali...so far!
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2 years ago
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Well 2020 can suck it. Brian Howe was nothing but kind to a bunch of young guns trying to conquer the world back in 1991. Mind you he could certainly be an asshole when needed, but he was truly kind to me personally. I'll never forget being invited to his place in Fort Myers and getting to listen to some new material in his home studio...freakin' awesome times! RIP Brian...sigh... https://w
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2 years ago
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Made me look...YOU MADE ME LOOK PREACHER! Holy hell, and I will say this, the Sammy and the Circle lockdown songs sound WAY better than this and they're just fucking round. Now for some ear bleach...
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2 years ago
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Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Think Sammy is the guy that sing the phonebook > expression came from RIGHT? And no way he's 72...COME ON NOW!
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2 years ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That is amazing Dennis! He comes across as > absolutely brilliant. Story has the unique ability to sit at a meeting and be the smartest guy in the room, yet you can have a beer with him and talk about music, cars, women...mostly women! He's a different breed for sure, and still going strong at 84.His prese
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2 years ago
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I've have the great privilege of working on projects with Story Musgrave. He was instrumental in STS -61 in 1993, one of the missions to repair Hubble. Whenever possible I take him to lunch and shut up and listen...he's a great guy! Ok, humble brag over :)
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2 years ago
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So disappointed. This sounds like "put any band name here" during the 80's on the sunset strip.
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2 years ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yup--that was my point. It was sorta stained > trying to keep up. And Perry was racing along just > trying to get the lyrics in,little alone keep to > some of the melody lines. If they thought this was > essential to keeping the energy level > up,wellllll...I suppose in a live situation and > al
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