Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by rube, Aug 19, 2020.
Monkeys blow up body paint at Glastonbury!
so apparently henley is going to take his paid musicians act out on the road one more time and rake in the cash
won't repeat what i've written about meeting Felder and what a pos i think henley/frey are but had something obvious pointed out that i'd somehow missed
Steely dan is going to open for them and the band once wrote "turn up the eagles the neighbors are listening" in the song everything you did which i love
apparently the eagles returned the shot w "they stab it w their steely knives but they just can't kill the beast"
what an incredible line and shot at the acerbic and irreverent Dan band!
most people give at least some, if not a lot, of credit to SD for bringing the peace and love culture to an end in the early 70s
never occurred to me the hotel Cali boys had that in em!
Going to be in Tahoe for a convention later this month for the last date of Neil Young's current tour. Set lists I've seen include mostly his newer stuff. Not sure I want hear the new stuff. Much prefer his solo, Crazy Horse or Buffalo Springfield catalogs. Probably should bite the bullet and go since we're staying at the same hotel as the concert venue (Harvey's).
I still listen to his early albums, especially Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere & After the Gold Rush ... Harvest is of course brilliant too.
His leftism was always there but he's become such a outspoken whiny prick the last decade (moreso than usual) that I'm done with giving him my money. But I'm happy for you to get to see him once more.
I think there's only two classic singers I'd pay to see anymore, and only in a smaller venue - Tom Waits & John Hiatt.
this looks promising but after the "this notes for you" tour i personally wouldn't trust him
Fuck Young and his short memory hypocrisy.
Nacho releasing more incredibly rare Bowie footage
this from 78
He broke out this one for folks in Hollywood.
Yeah ... That's a top five song by him, and a Top 50 all-time for rock&roll in my opinion.
Great, great album.
so it's a bit of a stretch to go from Neil to George and WHAM! but the netflix special is a really good watch
lots of love and respect for the work George left behind especially as a solo artist but the documentary of his rise w Andrew Ridgely and their friendship is awesome
i remember their music coming out in the clubs and the girls loved it and wanted to dance to it so there were the videos
i thought they were two bubblegum gay dudes that would fade away but toward the end of their four years together you could hear something more
"i ain't got no more worries, i ain't got no more time for you" love that
for trite dance tunes they had a pretty good band and songs like careless whisper were undeniable in their greatness
i mean, careless is and was a masterpiece and they wrote it at 18!
i was definitely one of those people calling Andrew the luckiest guy in the world to ride George's coat tails and his story especially surprised me
don't ever recall seeing a more amicable and graceful (his word) breakup of a wildly successful band
he was actually the smart one as George chased the very thing that would destroy him ultimately
if you like that i highly recommend Freedom that has some of the last footage of GM's solo career and life
caught it on a plane and its truly a great tribute to a troubled and misunderstood genius w a voice for the ages
Got to be honest ..... I did not expect to hear you praise this band.
I have a lot of respect for you, so i'm gonna go ahead and watch this. If I wind up wearing dresses and blowing strange men ..... ok; I already do that but if I do it again, I'm gonna blame you.
was more praising GM and his beginning w his best friend
its a great story i had never heard
wham was just a silly little thing and two guys goofing off that turned into something else
was never a fan but they made some fun dance music so i have good memories of that place in time
imo GM ending up being one of the greatest voices of our time but that's another story
As the angry curmudgeon that I am, I have to shake my fist at these FUCKING punks when they profess musical wisdom.
I agree that some of these songs should be wiped, but to list over a dozen classics is blasphemy.
And where's Starship's 'We Built This City'?
can't accept their Spanish cookies
RIP Randy Meisner
sorry that douche henley squeezed you out long ago
some of my favorite vocals on Eagles songs
12:59 certain kind of fool but this whole thing is a gem
love out of control. "well set em up again my God damn friend"
not sure how this wasn't a more well known song
hit me right between the eyes and had never heard something sang so from the heart
forgot about this one written w Felder, another dude that got shafted
still on the feed this morning
always loved this song w James gang and then add Felder = magic
already played this 3 times wow
found this 77 live version of Meisner on take it to the limit
how grueling must it have been to sing that night after night wow
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