Discussion in 'The Watercooler' started by S.T.D, Jan 27, 2022.
Almost nobody talks about this amazing band anymore.
We Use 2 cover a few songs by them. At least as a Guitarists.....I wasn't bored playing them. We did Everlong, and My Hero by them.
The songs that were stupidly boring 2 play ...... Live: Lightning Crashes,and Green Day: Basket Case.
Although Green Day : St Jimmy was at least fun 2 play.
I like all if this
Stealing this thread to pay tribute to my favorite album of all time turning 50.
David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars.
Sidebar: I stole the album from Central Catholic High School in 1972. I still have it and am not giving it back.
It's 1500 years in Purgatory for you Son.
Well You're suppose 2 post a video from it.
Here I will for You....
I Love that album also.
Though....I thought it was ...The Rise, and Fall of Ziggy Stardust, and the Spiders From Mars....
David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust
Not sure if this will work. Trying to add a great video/song
It didn't. Anyway, it was Johnny Winter doing "Talk to Your Daughters" live
Is this it??
It's a great tune.
I'm a big Johnny Winter fan. I'd listen to Live and...for hours
I dig most of His stuff.
I had an uncle that almost burned me out on Him when I was Younger....Him, Buddy Guy ,and Pink Floyd. LoL. I still like them all, but He almost pushed Me 2 far. LoL
AM/FM radio burnt me out on Pink Floyd......
Texas is the reason
I didn't put exact title and sure the hell can't post video's.
Speaking of being burnt out over bands or songs, years ago a local station played Stairway to Heaven for 24 hours straight. Same song different versions but all by LZ. I was a huge LZ fan in the 70's. Actually tried copying the pant style, thankfully I wised up fast. Still love some of their songs but turn off radio if S to H comes on.
are the Steelers not on the stairway to seven?
i get ya though.
I love and grew up on classic rock like Led Zep, but I dont listen to it too much any more. Not that its not great. Im always looking for something new thats gonna blow me away. Its harder and harder to be original in rock/metal music.
I just discovered that Dan Spitz formed a band called Red Lamb after leaving Anthrax (the 2nd time). The first time he left Anthrax in the 90s, he became a world renowned watch maker (seriously).
Red Lamb only has one album, and it came out years ago, but the lyrics were co-written with Dave Mustaine. I never knew about this until recently, but I was always a fan of Dan Spitz, so I was excited to find this, and I bought the album.
This is new 2 Me. Thank You
Clapton, Beck, Page. What more could you ask for? Loved the "British Invasion" and the Yardbirds were at the top IMHO.
Buddy fresh from prison on parole from attempted murda conviction and already dropping a drill diss. The war between FBG and 600 bout to get crazy. Can't wait for Durk's response.