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|Oct-13-12|| ||Travis Bickle: Walk This Way - Aerosmith
|Oct-14-12|| ||harrylime: Hey Trav some awesome tunes there .. thanks..|
|Oct-14-12|| ||harrylime: Ooo Johnny johnny Johnny .. Still only 21.. the world is a million.. there is no contest.. Why don't you join the foreign legion? Still in love with Hayley mills ? jonny jonny whooo ?????|
Lifes' not complete 'til your hearts' missed a beat ..
Prefab Sprout ' Goodbye Lucille'
|Oct-14-12|| ||BishopofBlunder: <harrylime: I've fallen in love with Gloria Grahame but she's only available on a movie screen.... help ...>|
Get in line, good sir.
|Oct-14-12|| ||Travis Bickle: <harrylime> Thanks Harry! Keep on rockin em! ; P|
|Oct-14-12|| ||Wayne Proudlove: Another old star I like is Monica Vitti:
|Oct-14-12|| ||Wayne Proudlove: From my heterosexual point of view I like Alain Delon's looks:
|Oct-14-12|| ||Wayne Proudlove: Springsteen, "Working On A Dream" live:
(This has a great bit where Springsteen preaches to the crowd)
|Oct-14-12|| ||diceman: <harrylime:
I'm still in love with Gloria Grahame.>
I like her crackers.
|Oct-14-12|| ||chancho: Grand Funk Railroad - Bad Time
|Oct-14-12|| ||Wayne Proudlove: Utopia, "Love Is the Answer":
|Oct-14-12|| ||HeMateMe: why doesn't anyone post Courtney love music?|
|Oct-14-12|| ||Wayne Proudlove: James Cotton, "23 Hours Too Long":
|Oct-14-12|| ||HeMateMe: Read the <Buddy Guy> autobiography, that came out pretty recently. Chock full of good stories of people in the blues, real behind the scenes happenings, Buddy's journey from small town Louisianna to Chicago, where he still lives.|
|Oct-14-12|| ||HeMateMe: Packers are stomping the unbeaten Houston Texans. I guess that Central Division title is going to be a real dogfight. Unbeaten Vikings also lost.|
|Oct-15-12|| ||tpstar: <HeMateMe> Just for you, at least until President Obama starts taxing performance art, here is one of the coolest videos of all time:|
Kiddies, do not try this at home!
|Oct-15-12|| ||HeMateMe: I wanna visit Planet Wendy.|
|Oct-15-12|| ||HeMateMe: <"Travelin' Band"-- best drumwork in any CCR song?>|
May I submit <Keep on Chooglin> from CCR's double live in Europe album? Hard rock, many tempo changes. It's a "bathroom side". The radio jocks, back in the days of vinyl, had to pick an album with a live side 4, when they had to do a 2. They might need 15 or so minutes on the throne, so they used certain records for this function.
They picked this side 4, or Frampton comes alive, Skynerd, Led Zep-- Moby Dick, Allman's Mountain Jam.
|Oct-15-12|| ||Travis Bickle: I Heard It Through The Grapevine - CCR
|Oct-15-12|| ||Travis Bickle: Keep On Chooglin' - CCR (Live @ Woodstock) excellent footage.|
|Oct-15-12|| ||Travis Bickle: Here is The Oakland performance that <HeMateMe> mentioned earlier. The quality isn't as good but the performance is of a higher energy by CCR. At Woodstock Creedence followed The Greatful Dead and the Dead played way past their time allotment, leaving Creedence waiting around in the middle of the night.|
Keep On Chooglin' #2
|Oct-15-12|| ||OhioChessFan: <"Travelin' Band"-- best drumwork in any CCR song?>|
The pickup drum roll at the end of most lines in Who'll Stop the Rain is incredibly effective while understated. Keith Moon is far better than any other drummer, but Cosmo was right there at the head of the next group.
<At Woodstock Creedence followed The Greatful Dead and the Dead played way past their time allotment, leaving Creedence waiting around in the middle of the night.>
John Fogerty never got over that. He claimed that the whole crowd was asleep and that he essentially played the whole set for the one person who was awake.
|Oct-15-12|| ||Wayne Proudlove: Bob Dylan, "Man Gave Names To All The Animals" live 1980:
|Oct-15-12|| ||Travis Bickle: <OhioChessFan: <"Travelin' Band"-- best drumwork in any CCR song?>
The pickup drum roll at the end of most lines in Who'll Stop the Rain is incredibly effective while understated. Keith Moon is far better than any other drummer, but Cosmo was right there at the head of the next group.> Elvis, Ginger Baker was an excellet drummer with Cream & Blind Faith plus Mitch Mitchell of The Jimi Hendrix Experience was very good also.|
Do What You Like - Cream
|Oct-15-12|| ||Benzol: I've always thought Brian Bennett was a pretty good drummer. Others that have impressed include Ringo, Graeme Edge and Mel Pritchard.|
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