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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by RetiredNSquired, Oct 26, 2019.
Paul is absolutely, well, on fire on this one.
I saw them at a smallish venue in Memphis (compared to Mid South Auditorium) circa '80. Very close to the stage. Very loud. Very memorable.
Bands I never cared for one bit:
Journey (1 or 2 songs are OK)
STEELY DAN (I just threw up in my mouth a little bit). I have never heard such limp, vapid popular music. With this band, to quote Hank Hill, "Someone just kill me now..."
Skin & Bones by Foo Fighters.
Listened to it just yesterday after finding the disc again.
The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper (1968)
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I actually liked "Born Under a Bad Sign" and found some of the live drum solos dead boring. That is, until I saw videos of him doing them live, which was a total game-changer.
BTW, AXS TV is showing the 2005 reunion concert today (see Songs that need to be played on a Gibson thread). Watching it a second time recently I appreciate it more, and Ginger had his own charisma.
I've listened to this a few times in the past few weeks. My Wife & kids like them too..
Gary Moore at Montreux
Alive and Alive 2
Yes I know it's "live" but anyways...
This is another great one. It was released later in edited format as "Blues is King". Love this record.
I was a big Steely Dan fan in the 70s analog era. Today I can't stand digital Aja which I played the **** out of when released. I can understand your dislike as Becker & Fagan were increasingly into that session player sterile sound (from album to album) back then and those albums were all analog and sounded great then. But now? It is like what McCartney did on Let it Be Naked, so sterile that I can't stand listening to it now.
801 Live, I played the **** out of this and no one knows who they are! I sure did!