Far too many parties saw these guys on the turntable. The first time I heard Golden Earring was at a friends place in his basement “cave” The place was set up for partying and that evening someone came over with two new albums to listen to. Golden Earring “Moontan” and Blue Oyster Cult “Secret Treaties” I’ll post something from Secret Treaties later.
These guys are interesting. They entertain without obvious influences from other groups like you find in so many rock bands.
Joe Bonamassa, an up and coming new blues artist. You gotta appreciate the excellent guitar work on this video. We found this guy floating around on FaceBook. Someone had posted his video “Blues of Desperation” Check out his YT channel here for more on these guys. https://www.youtube.com/user/JoeBonamassaTV
Guitarist Tom Ward playing classical music on a broken guitar. Amazing Street Performer Tom Ward plays his custom made broken Guitar a compilation of three different types of Music. Many now call him the Broken Guitar Street Performer, he plays Classical Music live. He is an Amazing Street Performance artist and Guitarist.
Found this Led Zeppelin video from the way back YouTube archives. This was when the band was one of the most popular rock bands of their time. I recall hanging out with friends, probably skipping math class, and listening to Led Zeppelin. We may have inhaled, but I don’t recall 🙂
Filmed at the MEN Arena in Manchester on 16 Dec. 2011, this stunning Duran Duran Live show is the combination of great music & amazing visuals which has been the band’s trademark throughout their career. http://store.eagle-rock.com/duranduran/
Following the release of their acclaimed “All You Need Is Now” album, this concert combines new songs from that release with their classic hits. Whether in the studio or the live arena, Duran Duran are masters of their craft and this latest concert bursts with energy and oozes class in the way that only they can.
This tune is just too awesome. Here’s the studio version – Enjoy!
Can’t get enough of these guys.
Max Webster was one of those bands that started in the Toronto bar scene where they made a name for themselves. On this page we have included two more tunes that carried a theme about the moon onto the next two albums. There is no way you would know this unless you were a fan and heard all three albums. Only after that would you realize that there was a theme going on. So without further ado, here is the entire “Beyond The Moon” series in order of release.
1. Coming Off The Moon
2. In Context Of The Moon
3. Beyond The Moon
4. Sun Voices / Moon Voices
This album is quite rare for some reason, but one of the best ever by Santana. If you’ve never heard of this one, it would be because the album never actually had a name. It was always referred to as Santana 3 or “The Man With The Outstretched Hand”. The album graphics you see here are different than the original. The number 3 was not visible on any of the original covers.
You can’t see the interior art work here, but the original vinyl LP version had a huge hallucinogenic type of universal visual inside the cover when you opened it up. It was an extension of the cover display. The inner art would open into a 24″ X 12″ poster. This album was one of those things that would take you on a wild musical trip. Now it’s just a trip down memory lane for us seventies stoners.
This album can be purchased on Amazon – Click here to buy the album
This is the guitar solo played by Guthrie Govan from Steven Wilson’s latest body of work Hand. Cannot. Erase. .
When I first heard about the album I put off looking into it, just too busy and all. At the time I’m writing this post the album has been out for close to a year and this was the first time I had the opportunity to hear some of the tracks.
Hand. Cannot. Erase. is one of the most amazing works of artistic sound I’ve ever heard, a modern masterpiece! True to style, Steven Wilson has blown me away again with his innovative compositions. I love this stuff!
This post marks the first time we break away from our usual format because I want to give each track its due. So here is each individual track broken out (studio version) instead of our typical live versions.