Thanks for sharing that great one.Thomsena said:
Wow! That was really good. I might get some culture yet, no?Libertine Seguros said:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAS9Uga6bkw
EZ3kiel ~ Derrière l'Écran
Descriptions call these guys "magnet-dub" but not only do I have no idea what that even is, I can also state categorically that I would not use those terms to describe this music at all. Maybe one day they were some kind of wonky dubstep farce, but this sounds like, well, actual music.
If you like Tom Petty then there's no way you can dislike this - the superest of all the supergroups: George Harrison + Bob Dylan + Roy Orbison + Jeff Lynne + Tom Petty = THE TRAVELING WILBURYS.on3m@n@rmy said:
SRV? Now you're talking!Maxiton said:About 1:47 into it, he begins the surest, most masterful playing I think I've ever heard. Takes the crowd far beyond anyplace there were expecting to go. Highly recommended.
Thanks for links. I have their albums though - so the songs are not new to me But it's a great band!on3m@n@rmy said:Thanks for sharing that great one.
See if you like these two Boxer Rebellion songs, which are more easy listening than rock.
The Boxer Rebellion – Semi-Automatic
The Boxer Rebellion – Spitting fire
Lots of other great tunes on the last thread page, including Kvinto's Tom Petty picks. Of Petty's works I think my favorites are:
Won't Back Down
Just to balance the World out:Libertine Seguros said:
Amsterhammer said:SRV? Now you're talking!
Here's the SRV of our age (though he hates the comparison) Joe Bonamassa, cranking out a killer solo on his insanely expensive '59 Les Paul from his new collaboration cd with Beth Hart (released next week, I believe). Enjoy - more to come.
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That was no intro, that was a mere hint....luckily, you've come to to the right place! Have a look at my original post. Here is a very brief intro featuring personal favorites, of which there are many more!Maxiton said:Sounds great. Not really familiar with Joe Bonamassa, so I appreciate the intro.
That number is 'Woke up dreaming', he always plays it. I have personally filmed very little of Joe (that's worth sharing) because I'm always too busy closing my eyes and drifting along...on3m@n@rmy said:Thanks for those Bonamassa links Amsterhammer. A truly talented guitarist. And he's so fast like in that piece "artistic piece de resistance" on the Yamaha. I'll bet you recored a couple of those videos. Well, I don't have anything to offer in compensation, except a few Jeff Beck pieces which I have already posted.
w the simplicity of these songs I am surprised that some upstarts don't cover them. Bands like 999 are faded but I can see where they could cross over or be mixed or mashed to any current genreBlack-Balled said:I'd love to hear your thoughts on this one...DC punk band 9353...recorded in 1985. No pictures...let it play through!