- Mar 19, 2009
"Green eyes" and "White shadows" I liked.Zam_Olyas said:Anyone listens to coldplay?
Now that's what I'm talking about! Old and newer stuff both. Albums Parachutes, Prospekt's March, X and Y, Rush of Blood to the Head, Viva la Vida. Almost too many song favs to count!Zam_Olyas said:Anyone listens to coldplay?
You should give this one ago if you are into Foals.Michielveedeebee said:
Without solos by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Gary Moore, Allan Holdsworth, excluding metal solos by virtually unknown guitarists like John Petrucci, Per Nilsson, Marios Iliopoulos, etc it's **** imo...Bike Boy said:So what do y'all think of this list?
50 Greatest Guitar Solos
I'm a Foals noob ya know. But yeah, I have heard that one and like it. Very interesting sounds.Michielveedeebee said:
CCR has some great stuff. Before I got to your last line, "ohhhh, Suzie Q" was going through my head.Kvinto said:Creedence Clearwater Revival - Suzie Q
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Suzie Q (live) (the song starts after a minute of John Fogerty's talk)
I have a problem with this song for at least 5 years, not that i like it very much or so but it clearly parasitize on me, because time after time (at least once-twice a month) i suddenly find myself mentally singing 'Suzie Q ,ohhhh, Suzie Q, Suzie Q, baby i love you, Suzie Q!'
haha, so i'm not the only one who reacts on the song in this manneron3m@n@rmy said:CCR has some great stuff. Before I got to your last line, "ohhhh, Suzie Q" was going through my head.
Very sad news. A legend indeed.Amsterhammer said: