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I fixed your title..... :toothy6:
thanks i seen that ,and couldn't change it time slot 11.30 in above album is one of my fav from back then
A true classic!!!
not my style but hey everyone's got there own vibe
I think Doc is messing with ya. :icon_eyes:
Besides.....it's open house now......
Might even have to post some Zappa. :sunny:
well lest see what dr thinks of this ?
and when im feeling mellow
nothing here capt?
A few of the more recent ones that I like:
http://youtu.be/ySdLh_B3HjA (and yes, this is real, despite the rumours)
From the past (when everybody was making good music):
and lastly, in memory of Jack Bruce dieing last week:
gota love Deep Purple
I don't think it's humanly possible to keep your foot off the pedal with Highway Star playing......
This particular line up was the quintessential Deep Purple. Ritchie Blackmore was the first Lord of Darkness in Rock music (sorry Ozzie, Page, etc.,) and was a great guitaris who isn't given the credit he deserves. Jon Lord pushing a Hammond through a Marshall stack, and then alternating lead parts with Blackmore on many songs, was an innovation not seen before. Perfect vocals from Gillan. Paice was a great drummer, but often left in the shadows of Moon and Bonham, and undeservedly so. Glover is solid as the rock of Gibraltar, and even though not recognized as much as some of the other band members, he makes a lot more of a contribution than just rhythm (see/hear the beginning of Space Truckin'). Great band that was at its best live.
Well said sir ,there are alot of ( namebrand) musicians out there i wonder some times if thats only because its a easy name to remember Ozzy being one ,,dont get me wrong im a die hard ozzy fan but do agree that there are alot of forgotten or not named enough musicians out there that deserve credit glover being one for sure
Been listening to a lot of Avenged Sevenfold lately..not really sure what started it. And, the Winery Dogs and Van Halen.
Been on a Fair Warning bender myself.
Pulled out the vinyl!!