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Unhappy Birthday by The Smiths....wait...now La Villa Strangiato by...well, you know.
Been listening to Subdivisions a lot the past few days. Ren Man and I have been working on it - he on keys and me (barely) on guitar. I'm doing pretty well but the picking pattern behind the chorus is tripping me up. Just when I think I have it down (3-2-0-0-0-4, 2-4-0-4), Alex changes it up by a few notes... gah! [Image: frusty.gif]
RM - oddly enough, when I even hear the name Greg Lake... that is the song I think of.

Lanix - about the only thing I remember by The Smiths is "How Soon Is Now". Eerie and haunting.
Got my Blues stuff on....SRV's "Lenny"......kinda matches my mood.
(01-16-2012 04:53 PM)Mufasa Wrote: [ -> ]Lanix - about the only thing I remember by The Smiths is "How Soon Is Now". Eerie and haunting.

"Meat is Murder," primo album. "How Soon Is Now?" is a perennial fave tune, must crank it to 11.
Cant' get Jacob's Ladder out of my head. Something dark is looming, I just know it.
C'est la Vie!
My favorite time for that was at Madison Square Garden for the "Works" Tour when they had the orchestra.
Greg's voice on that song was amazing. I remember thinking that the soundman needed a raise! And when Emerson wandered out from the wings with his accordian to play the solo...sublime!
"The Goat Rodeo Sessions." So good Heart
(01-17-2012 10:11 AM)Nung Wrote: [ -> ]C'est la Vie!
My favorite time for that was at Madison Square Garden for the "Works" Tour when they had the orchestra.
Greg's voice on that song was amazing. I remember thinking that the soundman needed a raise! And when Emerson wandered out from the wings with his accordian to play the solo...sublime!

I didn't see that tour. But he sang it on the Black Moon tour. LOVE that song so much! Smile
Yesterday was a mix of Peter Murphy, Paramore, NIN, Bauhaus, Morrisey, and a certain Canadian Trio. Who knows what today shall bring.
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