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Discussion in 'Other Off Topic Forum' started by 134282, Dec 12, 2003.
Claude Lelouch's classic
Metallica, as always.
Procession - The Moody Blues
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour - July 1971
What?!? Your from Australia! Isn't a tad unpatriotic to not be playing these fine gents? 😀
Tom, i got nothing. I'm looking for the album called Buckingham Nicks.
Oh, OK. I got you now.
Wiki says it was never released on CD. There is a vinyl copy of the album on Amazon.
Found this on YouTube.
Thanks Tom , any idea how I could load it on my IPhone and IPod to play with my music ?
YouTube Red allows you to play videos offline, but I think it's pay to play. If you have Wi-Fi or good enough 4G LTE could likely stream it from YouTube. Probably won't help you at the beach...T
Been listening to a lot of Miles Davis all year
Of late, Tribute To Jack Johnson has got my attention
Here, Kirk. https://www.discogs.com/sell/item/376446332
Don't worry mate, I listen to them and love them too.
Paris is such a beautiful city! 😀 Don't recall the traffic being that light, though...T
Rock Me Baby - Jefferson Airplane
Bless Its Pointed Little Head - February 1969
A Canadian classic.
Thanks bro ! Got it ordered. If anyone wants it when I'm done I'm happy to send , pm me.
I'm cool. The wife and I listened to the YouTube version with breakfast. Very nice. Her favorite Stevie/Lindsey collabo is Landslide. This is close to how they performed it at the concert we went to here in Dallas.
You're on a hot streak! They had kind of a Led Zeppelin / ACDC vibe...T
Tom , bad news. My assistant claims no cd is available only records. Maybe the brain trust can help me track one down.
Inevitable, and awesome editing. Too bad the video is such low res.
Freddie Mercury is one of my musical gods. Under Pressure is my favorite song. By all accounts, I should hate that, but I have to admit that it was very well done...T
For those of you who like a little bit of rock history, the story behind Under Pressure.
Queen bassist John Deacon is credited with the famous riff, but they went off for pizza, and he forgot it! 😬 Fortunately, someone, I think it as the drummer Roger Taylor was able to remember it. Whew! The rest is musical history...T
Same here, I LOVE Under Pressure, always have. And every time I would hear that too familiar rift, followed by that ding ding, in Ice Ice Baby my mind would immediately expect to hear Freddie singing.
"Space Lord" by Monster Magnet.
I miss the '90s.