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    Thank you. I'll havet o wait and see if it comes...

    Thank you. I'll havet o wait and see if it comes on any of the premium channels we get.
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    Who knows? Maybe Dawn Road (the band he was in,...

    Who knows? Maybe Dawn Road (the band he was in, which was basically absorbed by Scorpions) could have signed a record deal of their own. It's conceivable they could have had at least a cult...
  3. The OP's Youtube playlist had a lot of stuff that...

    The OP's Youtube playlist had a lot of stuff that wasn't "theme music".
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    I have a question: does this film have a sense of...

    I have a question: does this film have a sense of humor? I haven't seen it, mainly because I've watched too many relatively recent kaiju pictures that seem to be taking themselves way too seriously.
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    An lot of managers in there, though I guess that...

    An lot of managers in there, though I guess that was so she could get access to their clients (like the Young Lust scene in The Wall where Jenny Wright and her friends blow the security guards and...
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    I'm not sure what the deal there was. I know when...

    I'm not sure what the deal there was. I know when CCR were inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame, Doug and Stu showed up, thinking the three of them would actually play together (Tom Fogerty had...
  7. So it was sort of like when The Who got back...

    So it was sort of like when The Who got back together in 1989. Townshend admitted at the time he was "doing it for the money", but we eventually found out what really happened was Enwistle was in...
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    I think In Trance is the only classic era* album...

    I think In Trance is the only classic era* album I don't have. And Animal Magnetism. Two albums! Two albums from the classic era I don't have...

    Sorry, I was trying to riff on the Monty Python...
  9. Bear passed away in 1981 (and Alan Wilson passed...

    Bear passed away in 1981 (and Alan Wilson passed away a decade before that), I believe, and since then, it's basically been a rotating cast of various musicians, which at times has included Harvey...
  10. I seem to recall we did a thread awhile back on...

    I seem to recall we did a thread awhile back on instrumental rock n roll, to which I made one of my epic list posts. A few that I would add here (sorry if I'm repeating that's already been named):
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  11. And apparently, what Ginge wanted Dave Brock to...

    And apparently, what Ginge wanted Dave Brock to do, when he put forth the suggestion that Harvey Bainbridge be fired from Hawkwind, was to get Jack Bruce in as the replacement!

    And we also had...
  12. So that apparently leaves only Adolfo de la Parra...

    So that apparently leaves only Adolfo de la Parra and Harvey Mandel from the classic 68-70 era lineups. Frank Cook (Fito's predecessor) is the only band member left who played on the first album.
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    Just for the record, you should know there's an...

    Just for the record, you should know there's an American punkabilly band called Devil Doll. Me and a friend were at one of the venues in Cleveland for some reason, I think we must have been going to...
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    Everything you say is true. But... In theory,...

    Everything you say is true. But...

    In theory, a lot of heavy metal bands actually do record with full stacks. I remember seeing an article on Slayer in Guitar Player, and they showed the rigs that...
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    Hmm, I wonder what that would be. Is it stuff...

    Hmm, I wonder what that would be. Is it stuff from the Jimmy James And The Blue Flames era, or earlier?
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    [QUOTE=profusion;922183] Not surprising....

    Not surprising. Townshend regularly used a Fender Bandmaster (and a Gretsch Chet Atkins Hollowbody!) in the studio, while Frampton favored an Ampeg combo. Page frequently used a Supro amp.
  17. Well, I remember hearing this story back in the...

    Well, I remember hearing this story back in the 80's, but supposedly, this was one of the things about Cream that made Clapton think maybe he was in the wrong band.
  18. Apparently, Ginge can (or could, back in the day)...

    Apparently, Ginge can (or could, back in the day) hold his own in the fisticuffs department. Apparently, he and Jack Bruce used to go at it regularly during the Cream years, and as I understand,...
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    There was also a couple Grateful Dead records...

    There was also a couple Grateful Dead records that came out in the 70's, I think one was called Historic Dead, the other Vintage Dead, which were recorded in 1966, before they had their deal with...
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    The question to ask is, how many people who were...

    The question to ask is, how many people who were at Woodstock have absolutely zero memory of it, and don't even realize they went?

    There was a gag in Doonesbury once, where it was revealed that...
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    For what they were doing, I bet Sha Na Na weren't...

    For what they were doing, I bet Sha Na Na weren't that bad, it's just not the version of 1950's rock n roll I'd want to revisit. At the time Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Bo Diddley etc were still out...
  22. Yeah, I can picture St. Peter and Satan fighting...

    Yeah, I can picture St. Peter and Satan fighting over him..."He's not coming in here, you take him!" "No, you take him", "OK, fine, we'll just leave on Earth, since neither of us wants to deal with...
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    And conversely, David Wills of Negativland, ...

    And conversely, David Wills of Negativland, built the Booper (a random tone generator featured prominently in their work) out of a transistor radio. The version of the story I remember hearing...
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    I'm not sure if the Danelectro French Toast uses...

    I'm not sure if the Danelectro French Toast uses germanium transistors or not, but adding the Colorsound wah wah seemed to help boost reception. Actually, I think what I was getting was TV signals,...
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    One of the reasons they took the deal Warner...

    One of the reasons they took the deal Warner Brothers offered for the movie was due to all the lawsuits and other things they had to deal afterwards. I forget all of what the lawsuits were about, but...
  26. I don't think it's the editors, it's the...

    I don't think it's the editors, it's the directors. It's the director who tells the editor what to do. On the Grateful Dead Movie audio commentary, there's a point where one of the participants, I...
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    Are we working with the knowledge that we now...

    Are we working with the knowledge that we now have the performances?!

    For instance, if I was a teenager in August of 1969, I might have known what the Dead were doing in January-April of 1969/...
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    re: RF interference during live performance ...

    re: RF interference during live performance



    I was trying to remember one band that played one of the other years I went, I think it was Arti E Misteri, who was having similar problems with I...
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    Not just musicians, but artists, actors, writers,...

    Not just musicians, but artists, actors, writers, etc.
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    WOuld you believe my first draft of that last...

    WOuld you believe my first draft of that last post was originally more than 18,000 characters too long?! So I edited out a few bits. I probably should have edited out more, because it is a bit wordy,...
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    I'm not sure of the current availability of any...

    I'm not sure of the current availability of any of the various archival releases they've put out, but a good places to go are the studio albums Anthem Of The Sun, Aoxomoxoa, and Blues For Allah....
  32. OH and since I'm here, and we're talking about...

    OH and since I'm here, and we're talking about Henry Kaiser, I might point that his recently released album, Five Times Surprise, is awesome. Or maybe that's the name of the band, I'm not sure, but...
  33. I remember making that point to someone, I said...

    I remember making that point to someone, I said something like, "Well, Herbie Hancock obviously thinks he can play, because he played on one of Herbie's records". And the response to that was...
  34. Early 90's more like. I remember there was an ad...

    Early 90's more like. I remember there was an ad for that in a couple of his albums from that era. I never got around to getting it, and I never saw it until I found the video,b roken up into about 7...
  35. As well as virtually every other concert video...

    As well as virtually every other concert video that's been made since about 1989 or so. One of the things that made concert films like The Song Remains The Same, the Grateful Dead Movie, The Last...
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    Kinda like the Glastonbury Fayre album, then,...

    Kinda like the Glastonbury Fayre album, then, yes?




    Ya know, I've never heard Hartley. Apart from him working with John Mayall, really the only thing I know about him is that Gary Thain was...
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    If I remember correctly, they only toured with...

    If I remember correctly, they only toured with Satch in Asia, I believe.


    That would be interesting. I remember when Steve Morse joined the band, they offered to include some Dregs or Morse solo...
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    Good movie. Maybe not the greatest sequel of all...

    Good movie. Maybe not the greatest sequel of all time, but still a strong picture. Interesting that Future World came out at around the same time as Star Wars, and both movies have scenes involving a...
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    I was reading a 42 year old article (in the...

    I was reading a 42 year old article (in the second issue of Starlog) on one of the movies he was in Futureworld. Always dug that movie. Also loved his cameo in Cannonball Run, where he played one of...
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    If I remember correctly, you can hear the...

    If I remember correctly, you can hear the "phantom voices" during Machine Gun also.

    I gather that RF interference was a big problem back in those days. When i first started playing guitar, I used...
  41. I'd have to listen to Power Of Rock And Roll, but...

    I'd have to listen to Power Of Rock And Roll, but looking at the track list, the only song I can really recall is Not Dead Yet. But then I've not really spent much time with that particular album. On...
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    Funny thing about Relay: back when it first came...

    Funny thing about Relay: back when it first came out (which I believe was somewhere around 82 or so) I ended up with a cassette copy of The Who's Greatest Hits. I'm thinking of the one MCA put out...
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    Apparently, at the time of one of the Woodstock...

    Apparently, at the time of one of the Woodstock anniversaries (probably the 30th), Gary Trudeau did a thing in Doonesbury that hinged on Zonker saying he didn't go to Woodstock, only saw the movie....
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    You said you heard "The chateau tapes", that...

    You said you heard "The chateau tapes", that could mean almost anything, so I asked a legitimate frelling question, before I saw the other comments where it was made obvious that you were talking...
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    Interesting that you invoke Planet P, since...

    Interesting that you invoke Planet P, since Planet P was basically Rising era Rainbow's former keyboardist, Tony Carey. Funny thing about that: Carey basically was carrying on two careers at the...
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    Yeah, I have a couple DVD's that were put out by...

    Yeah, I have a couple DVD's that were put out by Classic Rock Productions, and each has "trailer" of sorts for Mostly Autumn, among the "bonus" features. I think this was around the time they were...
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    Oh geez, what the frell would Malmsteen had done...

    Oh geez, what the frell would Malmsteen had done if Blackmore hadn't existed?

    I Remember one of the guitar magazines back in the 90's doing a piece that sort of sarcastically pointed out that...
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    Oh geez, what the frell would Malmsteen had done...

    Oh geez, what the frell would Malmsteen had done if Blackmore hadn't existed?

    I Remember one of the guitar magazines back in the 90's doing a piece that sort of sarcastically pointed out that...
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    I have the impression it was mainly Ritchie who...

    I have the impression it was mainly Ritchie who was impossible to deal with. I think I mentioned earlier in this thread that Lord actually said that the entire time Ritchie was in the band, there...
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    I can't remember which band member it was who...

    I can't remember which band member it was who said, "Shows you what we know!". I'm not sure if it was the band or the record company. It's funny how Smoke On The Water became the iconic song not just...
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    I saw a thing where he was discussing that solo...

    I saw a thing where he was discussing that solo with some younger drummer, like the guy from Pearl Jam or whatever. Anyway, Michael seemed to feel it wasn't a very good solo, he says something like...
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    Point taken. Does anyone know exactly when...

    Point taken. Does anyone know exactly when Santana inked their deal with CBS? Anyone know when the Woodstock guys agreed to take them on, so they could get the other San Fran superstars onto the...
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    I remember reading about how the stage nearly...

    I remember reading about how the stage nearly collapsed while the Dead were playing. Apparently, the giant psychedelic light show screen turned into a sail when the wind started hitting it, causing...
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    See, there again, that's another song I like. I...

    See, there again, that's another song I like. I always dug the couplet "I don't know 'bout your brain/But you look alright".
  55. If you like his guitar playing, I suggest you get...

    If you like his guitar playing, I suggest you get an album called Guitar.
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    What's cringeworthy about it? It's a good rock n...

    What's cringeworthy about it? It's a good rock n roll song, though these days, I tend to prefer both the Head East and Cherie & Marie Currie versions. Personally, I think it's one of Russ Ballard's...
  57. Who was it who introduced Wishbone Ash by...

    Who was it who introduced Wishbone Ash by inserting the f bomb into the band's name? I recall there being an official apology, but it was a cool intro.

    Probably my favorite thing I heard at...
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    Well, I sort of get the idea that a lot of people...

    Well, I sort of get the idea that a lot of people who are into psychedelic music have no real interest in the more sort of traditional music forms the band are more commonly associated with. For me,...
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    Ya know what, talking about George Clooney, I...

    Ya know what, talking about George Clooney, I forgot about Burn After Reading, another Coen Brothers picture, which I thought was pretty good. So for me it's:

    The Fantastic Mr. Fox
    Burn After...
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    Never seen The Big Lebowski, but everyone keeps...

    Never seen The Big Lebowski, but everyone keeps talking about how great it is.

    I thought Raising Arizona was a great movie, though. Haven't seen it in ages, though. Wasn't Fargo also directed by...
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