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The Pixies -- Doolittle, 1989. Still sounds good today! #80spushback.

 

 

The Pixies, one of my all time favorite bands. 1988:

 

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The Corrs Unplugged from 1999. 

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Huge Corr's fan here - such talented girls - they each play multiple instruments very very well.    Violin player is stunningly gorgeous & such a great musician.      Drummer is just scary hot - the way she bounces on the drum seat & just lays it down - such a cool chick.      My favorite song starts at 33:20 ... Forgiven Not Forgotten (when the drums start at 34:40 gives me chills)

 

Thanks for posting - haven't listened to them in years - brought back memories !!


Edited by inthehole - 3/3/14 at 9:40pm
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Oldie, but a goodie.

 

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Zis, my fwends, iz vat they call - velocity. How does one play so fast? How does one hit a 315 yard drive? Innate ability helps... a lot. My forearms hurt just watching this. For those who don't play, this is really, really hard.

 

 

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Zis, my fwends, iz vat they call - velocity. How does one play so fast? How does one hit a 315 yard drive? Innate ability helps... a lot. My forearms hurt just watching this. For those who don't play, this is really, really hard.

 

 

as a musician, I can appreciate the technique to play like that.     Here's the equivilent on guitar - FFD to 4:35 --- >   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK0rvReE-4c

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Freddie King!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Freddie King!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

I take your King, and raise you BB KING

 

 

post #1505 of 2119

And one for the kids. Some drinking implied.

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One of the most Under rated geetar pickers there was. RIP Jerry Reed.

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I take your King, and raise you BB KING

 

 

I see your Eric Clapton and raise you Mick Ronson.

 

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I see your Eric Clapton and raise you Mick Ronson.

 

 

I don't think I can out do Bowie in showmanship. The guy was probably the best on stage performer besides maybe Freddie Mercury. But I counter your Mick Ronson with the best lyrical songwriter of all time, Bob Dylan

 

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To add to the depression.....

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I don't think I can out do Bowie in showmanship. The guy was probably the best on stage performer besides maybe Freddie Mercury. But I counter your Mick Ronson with the best lyrical songwriter of all time, Bob Dylan

 

Well @saevel25 , you certainly raised the ante with that one! Hard to top Dylan, especially that particular performance and that particular song, a personal fave that is constantly being reinvented. 

 

All right I'll play. I see your Bob Dylan and raise you Tom Waits.

 

 

"I was born at a very young age...", and crowd just sits there stone faced???  :-\  WTF! Hilarious line. 

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