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One of the best ever caught on film -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjoU1Qkeizs
Cream boxed set. Borrowed from a friend and the cockpit of my car is taking a beating.
(02-24-2013 10:31 AM)Mufasa Wrote: [ -> ]One of the best ever caught on film -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjoU1Qkeizs

I love GL- the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald is a brilliantly written shanty and If you could read my mind love is so beautiful-what a distict voice!
(02-26-2013 01:41 PM)VincentUlyssis Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-24-2013 10:31 AM)Mufasa Wrote: [ -> ]One of the best ever caught on film -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjoU1Qkeizs

I love GL- the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald is a brilliantly written shanty and If you could read my mind love is so beautiful-what a distict voice!

If you like those give Canadian Railroad Trilogy a try, it's a BEAUTY of a song.Wink
Porcupine tree-fear of a blank planet and Gary wright "dream weaver."
Tonight shall be PJ Harvey, The Peel Sessions. Maybe some Operation Mindcrime afterwards.
Watching/ listening to My Chemical Romance live in Mexico City. Pretty good for some Emo guys from Jersey.Cool
My son likes that group. He claims that "Welcome to the Black Parade" is the best song from them.

I'm excited because he's coming with me to the Jones Beach show in June ("Aerosmith" LOL). I'm trying to get him to listed to the songs on the set list.

I figure it could be the last...
Had a nice little YES flashback Friday night. Funny how you can listen to music during the formative years of your life, then not hear it for decades, then in the flash of a stage light remember the lyrics like it was yesterday. They played all of The Yes Album (great song I never thought I'd hear live-"A Venture") and Going for the One (I freaked out when Chris brought out the triple neck bass-that thing is a MONSTER!). In the bigger venues, they are playing all of Close to the Edge as well, but Wendover has stupid casino rules...pfft, whatev...

When I saw them last year, I wasn't too impressed with the new singer, Jon Davison. However, his chops have grown and he wsa great this time! Aside from goofing the lyrics once (first show of the tour jitters, I'm sure), he did an awesome job! If they come near you, I'd recommend checking them out! Smile

(and I got yelled at (jokingly) for not being old enough to know the songs! Smile )
(03-03-2013 06:23 PM)Scooter Britches Wrote: [ -> ]Had a nice little YES flashback Friday night. Funny how you can listen to music during the formative years of your life, then not hear it for decades, then in the flash of a stage light remember the lyrics like it was yesterday. They played all of The Yes Album (great song I never thought I'd hear live-"A Venture") and Going for the One (I freaked out when Chris brought out the triple neck bass-that thing is a MONSTER!). In the bigger venues, they are playing all of Close to the Edge as well, but Wendover has stupid casino rules...pfft, whatev...

When I saw them last year, I wasn't too impressed with the new singer, Jon Davison. However, his chops have grown and he wsa great this time! Aside from goofing the lyrics once (first show of the tour jitters, I'm sure), he did an awesome job! If they come near you, I'd recommend checking them out! Smile

(and I got yelled at (jokingly) for not being old enough to know the songs! Smile )

Hey Scootie! I've developed a real appreciation for YES in recent years. Always admired them from afar but have learned some new tunes and have been tempted to pick up some CDs and really dive in.
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