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Old 02-12-2016, 10:38 AM   #61
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Old 02-12-2016, 11:07 AM   #62
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With the untimely passing of Jon Bunch, I've been listening to a ton of Sensefield. They shaped my youth and I was really devastated when I found out Jon had died. I had recently spoken to him about his new project, Lucky Scars, and he seemed really excited. This song is one of my favorite ever recorded.



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Old 02-13-2016, 01:30 PM   #66
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One of the few 90s punk rock bands that I still love.

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I got an inquiry from overseas about a bass build.

While searching the internet for wisdom on selling and shipping to Singapore, I came across this...and I can't get it out of my head:

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Buddy Guy's Sweet Tea album (2001) on Spotify. Pretty raw and heavy for a guy recognizing his age.
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Old 02-20-2016, 02:30 PM   #69
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One of the few 90s punk rock bands that I still love.

I know.

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Old 02-21-2016, 10:39 PM   #70
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This masterpiece of bass history...

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Saw him and BB King on that tour in 2001.

Buddy just killed it.
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Today's Jogging MP3s were Def Leppard's "High N' Dry" and "Pyromania" - I literally haven't listened to both albums in decades....I made some very important discoveries relistening to these: these albums ("Pyromania" being on Fairlight) are excellent recordings....and Rick Savage is an excellent in-the-pocket groove player: very tight articulate playing, with simple but well-thought-out basslines (of how they work with the drums and guitars) and very well locked in with the drums....I always thought he was an OK player but got a lot more respect for him now -- hes a damn good player!
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This masterpiece of bass history...

Sounds pretty awesome. I wonder if Fugazi, Shellac and the Jesus Lizard ever listened to these guys
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I think they've been listening to Kyuss. I like it.

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Today's Jogging MP3s were Def Leppard's "High N' Dry" and "Pyromania" - I literally haven't listened to both albums in decades....I made some very important discoveries relistening to these: these albums ("Pyromania" being on Fairlight) are excellent recordings....and Rick Savage is an excellent in-the-pocket groove player: very tight articulate playing, with simple but well-thought-out basslines (of how they work with the drums and guitars) and very well locked in with the drums....I always thought he was an OK player but got a lot more respect for him now -- hes a damn good player!
I heard the isolated bass track for Foolin' the other day. The bass line is a lot more complex than I remember it being. I really love both of those albums but can't stand anything they did after. Pyromania puts me right back in 1983. It was one of the first cassettes I ordered from Columbia House and I wore it out.

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Saw him and BB King on that tour in 2001.

Buddy just killed it.
Funny, I did sound for both of them around that time. Buddy in the winter of 2001 in Orono, Maine and BB the winter of 2002 on a bunch of Atlantic Canadian dates. Mixing and meeting those guys were high points of my audio career. Both were super cool and very chatty. Buddy was louder than hell. I know I've told this story before, but the theatre had a very strict 95dBA SPL limit at FOH and when Buddy came out for soundcheck, the first chord he played hit 105 on their meter and a bunch of people came running to tell me to turn it down. I just grinned and said that the PA wasn't even on. They said that I needed to go tell him to turn down and I said that if they wanted Buddy Guy to turn down, they could tell him themselves because there was no way in hell I was going to do it. They scuttled off and had a chat with his tour manager who basically told them they could take it or leave it. Apparently they had an emergency meeting of the university senate and temporarily changed the SPL limit rule for the show. It was hilarious. I told Buddy and his tour manager that they had wanted me to go tell him to turn down and that I would have no part of it. He said "good man! I would have just turned it up anyway!" We all had a good laugh about it and the show was stellar. No one complained that it was too loud, either.
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This morning's jogging playlist was both Quiet Riot albums ( I and II) from the 70s featuring Randy Rhoads on guitar..............this was the first time I listened to them.....its also going to be the last time I listen to them: they were both quite terrible...actually "II" was a lot better than the first but still not very good (which gives you an idea just how bad "I" was)
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Today's indoor jogging playlist (if this rain ever lightens up enough to take a drive to the "Y") - still on an 80s heavy rock kick -- Alcatrazz "No Parole For Rock N Roll"
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Today's indoor jogging playlist (if this rain ever lightens up enough to take a drive to the "Y") - still on an 80s heavy rock kick -- Alcatrazz "No Parole For Rock N Roll"
Love that album........Graham Bonnet has a killer voice and the guitar player was pretty good too.
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Love that album........Graham Bonnet has a killer voice and the guitar player was pretty good too.
First time I ever heard it and I really really liked it.... In fact, I liked it enough to have "Disturbing The Peace" and "Dangerous Games" (also with a different pretty good guitar player ) cued up for today's jog
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First time I ever heard it and I really really liked it.... In fact, I liked it enough to have "Disturbing The Peace" and "Dangerous Games" (also with a different pretty good guitar player ) cued up for today's jog
Dangerous games was pretty good. I still have that around somewhere. I'll have to dig it out, it's been forever since I litened to it. Disturbing the Peace was fucking amazeballs.

My old guitar player and lifelong friend has one of Via's guitars from the "Dusturbing the Peace" tour. It's an Aria Flying V and Vai carved into the back "Alcatrazz tour 1985 (I think) guitar # 7" or something like that. he broke the neck of it at the end of Mercy and gave it to his girlfriend in the front row. She had a new neck put on it and gave it to him for his birthday. I think it's something he did every show. Cool little collector piece. Totally 80's too. Orange and black tiger stripe flying V. That was the first time I ever saw Vai live. He was absolutely amazing back then in a band format. I like his solo stuff but with a band like that he was a straight up killer.

Graham Bonnet is one of the most underrated and unknown killer voices in Rock IMO. And he got to have some of the greatest, most legendary guitar players play with him. Malmsteen, Vai, Schenker, Impelliterri not to mention Blackmore and Slash and others.

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Is it me or was that the best I ever heard Yngwie play? Also, Disturbing The Peace was worth it just for "God Blessed Video" although the rest of the album is good too

todays jogging playlist - still on 80s rock kick:

finishing "Dangerous Games"
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Old 02-26-2016, 01:33 PM   #90
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Saw Jehu last summer. They played Riot Fest in Denver then later that night played a "secret" show at the Marquis. Didn't start until 10, but ruled. You could tell they were pretty beat and Froberg's voice was going but man... Speedo was on fire and it was awesome to finally get to see them.
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