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Found "Sleeper Catcher" / Little River Band in my diggings the other night.
Got me to thinking of John Farnham. If you've never heard Johns voice - it is truly an amazing thing.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxXCbRpao...0C&index=1
Hemi/Book2 Live! From Prelude all the way through to the Sphere. Then I could die in peace.
Ummm.. I don't think Brute' said we would croak after the request is played.
Bob Segar - "Against The Wind", perhaps. Debussy - "Claire de Lune". Perfect.

And I agree with the Boom meisters view of SRVs Voodoo Chile. Some of my young pals below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Z--W50oNWM
Sweet Video Moof....although I'd prolly be cut in half like a chainsaw to a log.

Boy - Bob Seger is another fav of mine. Saw him in concert ONCE, and just about melted into a pile of goo when they started up on stage. Just one of those nights where I didnt think I'd be able to even get tix, and then they fell right into my lap. Just love hearing "Mainstreet" every time I get on my Harley.
(11-20-2010 09:19 PM)boomer Wrote: [ -> ]Sweet Video Moof....although I'd prolly be cut in half like a chainsaw to a log.

Boy - Bob Seger is another fav of mine. Saw him in concert ONCE, and just about melted into a pile of goo when they started up on stage. Just one of those nights where I didnt think I'd be able to even get tix, and then they fell right into my lap. Just love hearing "Mainstreet" every time I get on my Harley.

Saw Bob in Savannah - he didn't have to say a word; we sang everything for him.
It was funny, a few weeks later, John Mellencamp came in... with the same two backup singers. I recognized them early in the show, and sure enough, later on John asked if anyone here was at the Segar show.
I'm trying to learn some old Maiden and Sabbath riffs on the guitar. Bad idea! I'm very very frustrated. Some are coming easier than others. Listening and attempting some AC/DC, Floyd, Metalica, Hatebreed, Pro-Pain and old GreenDay.

I went to Guitar Center tonight to narrow down my selection and found the Schecter C-1 FR. Hmmm ilike ilike. Kind of has that nice fatbottom chunk to it.
A sweet "green" sound?
I am looking at getting my 11 year old an electric guitar for Christmas. He has been playing acoustic for almost 4 years. Any suggestions?
Christmas music, Salvation Army Bells, and human despair - grocery shopping is a miserable experience.
Sesame Street greatest hits, my son singing, Markley & Luciano show - driving in the car is usually fun.
Weird jazz, Peter Gabriel & other 80's memories, Spongebob Squarepants - usually one of us three has something going at home.
White noise machine, the lady who is always calling home, the other lady who farts a lot - at work.

I do have a few mix tapes and some Halloween music handy in the car for the little time I'm alone there. And of course usually 4-5 cd's by the boys for good measure. Right now it's Caress of Steel, Permanent Waves, Exit...Stage Left, Roll the Bones, and Test for Echo.

Tomorrow, the big test. Taking the kiddo to his first classical music experience. Yeah, it's Mozart's Requiem and 25th, which are a little heavy for a kid, but it's at a local cathedral. I'm hoping he will just sit in awe at the sights and sounds through most of it before squirmy wormy sets in. Otherwise, it's only $5 to get in, so we'll just sit in back and leave when we need to.

BTW - I KNEW he was gonna be a drummer when I was carrying him. He would kick up a storm at any drum solo's, especially the two Rush concerts I went to, and at my significant whatevers gigs. We just bought him a little drum machine at Goodwill, and he is HILARIOUS with the thing. He carries the drum sticks around all day and beats out a rhythm on everything that will stand still ("No, Jameson, not on the doggie!"). And when he's playing the machine, he just rolls his little body right along with the sound files. Can't keep still. A drummer, I knew it.
Quote:Colosseum Live

Saw (and met) Jon Hiseman with Barbara Thompson at a tiny venue gig in Worcester - which was part Paraphernalia gig and Simmons percussion event. I hasten to add Jon was not playing Simmons. Later I became pretty good mates with Dave Simmons.
Jon`s drum solo was pretty spectacular!!
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