Sweet Dreams Ed King. Triple guitar attack.
A bit of Creedence anyone?
Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Ray Charles, BBKing, Fats Domino, Bo Diddley, James Brown and others. Sensational line up !
Late Nights into early mornings, Fuzzy heads, analogue Hi-fi with lights out.......
Never been a fan of covers but this one demands some respect I think.
Menacing was never a word I associated with this song before...........
What a way to keep the message alive.
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This guy had a great voice at 17 - 18 years old...Good song too and good film...
A couple of 70's classics for ya...
Another 70s classic. Always seems to bring up a smile.
Originally released in the mid 70s, this acoustic version from 2006 showed Stevie Nicks still had it 30 years on. Landslide still holds its own today I reckon.
Great acoustic guitar from Lindsey Buckingham, beautifully clean as always.
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The lazy song.
Walk Like a man, Franki Valli and The Four Seasons.
Saw the stage show (Jersey Boys) in San Francisco, brilliant.
I really wish Jimmy Barnes would record an official version of this seeing Adam Hills planted the seed quite some time ago.
For a long time I thought Smoke on the water was a very good time line but that was only one event.
Here's an even better timeline IMO.
If nothing else, Trump does inspire people to produce some entertaining satire.
Yes....Very clever...That would of taken so long to edit.
Mick and the boys giving Blues a run.
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And now for something completely different.
Has to have one of the catchiest choruses written. Heard it in the background earlier and its still buzzing around in the grey matter.
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Oz Music Photography Auction. Fairfax digitising project failure due to fraud - allegedly. Get your bids in quick! Some classic pics here, almost brought a tear - almost. :-)
Joe Bonamassa - "Black Lung Heartache"
Joe Bonamassa & Tina Guo - "Woke Up Dreaming"
A bit similar to your post, Yelta
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And now, for something different..........
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Easily fixed.Brilliant! wish I had that dexterity, nowadays the signals between brain and fingers just don't travel fast enough.
More caffeine is what you need.
I like Eddie van der Meer’s style as wellBrilliant! wish I had that dexterity, nowadays the signals between brain and fingers just don't travel fast enough.
"The Sound of Silence" by Disturbed is just fabulous.
Love "Landslide" by Stevie Nicks. Hadn't heard that before.
"Havana" by The Don is a crackup.
"Walk Away Renee" is one of my all-time favourites and this is a good version.
Here is another of my all-timers: Bob Dylan's "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue." sung by Graham Bonnet.
Check the German studio crowd out. They are so excitable.
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A cool change was very much on the mind yesterday with the temps in Melb.
Big LRB fan. Got all the albums plus the early "Mississippi", "Twilights", "Zoot", "The Groop" and "Axiom" stuff that preceeded it.
Here is one of my all-time favourite songs - "Woman You're Breaking Me" by "The Groop" with Richard Wright going to town on drumbs and vocal.
I see Gary Clark Jr is touring Australia in April, playing The Forum in Melbourne