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For me, the new YES CD, "Fly From Here."
It took a few listens but I do think it is an excellent CD.
(08-29-2011 11:25 AM)desertbear Wrote: [ -> ]Totally agree with you mal, Geoff is a grat singer but after chris left they got too wierd and "artsy" for me. Gotta love a loud romp thru Midcrime tho huh?

I was just looking for something to throw on the spinner and Rage for
Order jumped out at me; it was such a perfect precursor to Operation
Mindcrime. This little journey back in time prompted me to whip out
the 'ole Live in Tokyo concert video, followed by their best seller
Operation "Live" Crime video. I think many people forget just how popular
Queensryche had become at one point - Silent Lucidity became an MTV
staple and was a top 10 hit. Ahh,,,,,,, the good 'ole days when MTV
actually played music.
(08-28-2011 02:47 PM)boomer Wrote: [ -> ]Laying in bed trying to recover from this dedgummit summer flu bug, and found "NickelBack Live At Sturgis" from last years rally. Trying to figure out why all those young ladies can't seem to keep their clothes on.

Quite the conundrum, eh Boomer Smile
(08-23-2011 10:02 PM)BrianW Wrote: [ -> ]Buddy Guy played a blistering set at the Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH tonight. His opener was/is Quinn Sullivan. Quite the virtuoso for being all of twelve (yes, 12) years old! He does have a cd out and hung at the swag booth signing copies. The seacoast was rocked!

Just saw Buddy Guy w/Quinn on Friday night here in upstate NY! They opened for BB King. I honestly had no idea Buddy Guy was such a great performer, in addition to being an amazing musician, but the kid completely stole the show! Wonder if he can play La Villa though??? ;-)
(08-29-2011 11:25 AM)desertbear Wrote: [ -> ]Geoff is a grat singer

Thanks for the "tip!"

Smile
I just can't stop listening to Presto lately! [Image: diapocd7fb45df4b341552c1e618201e71c.gif]
I have been sick since Sunday morning, but I have had my ears down on a lot of blues lately - Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jeff Healey, Buddy Guy, and Stevie Ray Vaughn.
Quote:Jeff Healey / Stevie Ray Vaughn.

Great guitarists. RIP.
(08-31-2011 06:38 AM)boomer Wrote: [ -> ]I have been sick since Sunday morning, but I have had my ears down on a lot of blues lately - Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jeff Healey, Buddy Guy, and Stevie Ray Vaughn.

Plug into some Joe Bonamassa as well. You won't be disappointed. Big Grin
(08-31-2011 06:40 AM)NWoBHM Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:Jeff Healey / Stevie Ray Vaughn.

Great guitarists. RIP.

Stevie died 21 years ago this month! Can you believe that? Seems like yesterday!

Mention of him makes me think of that great tune by Ray Wylie Hubbard, "Screw you (We're from Texas)" in which he sings the praises of the great musicians and clubs from Texas. "The best there ever was..." is how he describes SRV. If you've not heard this tune please check it out.
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