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Old 2011-09-21, 18:09   Link #101
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Old 2011-09-25, 22:00   Link #102
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Old 2011-10-01, 03:27   Link #103
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Prism is a Canadian rock band, and this song of theirs was chosen as the wakeup song for the Space Shuttle Discovery's crew members. Hell, if I heard a song this awesome, I'd wake right up too.

And just because JRendell recently brought up this group and my old memories...
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Old 2011-10-01, 09:07   Link #104
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Yeah Gipsy Kings bring up some old memories for me too.

Some more Steely Dan goodness;

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Old 2011-10-03, 11:53   Link #105
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Here's this band, Clearlight, a french prog band from the 70's . They're pretty cool, they do some out there stuff.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBcGm...eature=related
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Old 2011-10-10, 19:41   Link #106
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I just recently became more of a Pink Floyd fan. Really, it didn't increase much. I checked out The Wall, which is solid, but I didn't think was that great, and Wish You Were Here, which is a good album. I had owned DSotM for a while now, and never really appreciated it much, but now I'm listening to more Pink Floyd, and I do appreciate them more. DSotM is definitely my favorite album of theirs, but I will check out some more albums from them. I want to check out Animals and Meddle.

I'm going to continue to give DSotM more play throughs in the near future. I do recognize it as one of the best albums ever made, and two things I love about that album is how ahead of its time it is (it really doesn't sound like something from 1973), and the production values on it are stellar, especially considering when it was made.
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Old 2011-10-31, 21:19   Link #107
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Been listening to a bunch of Dire Straits lately, and Alchemy is certainly the best of their live albums, with most definitely the best version of this excellent tune.

(The beginning is cut out, but it's about the foundation of the town, and is linked below the video on Youtube, if'n you're interested.)
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Old 2011-10-31, 21:24   Link #108
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I just recently became more of a Pink Floyd fan. Really, it didn't increase much. I checked out The Wall, which is solid, but I didn't think was that great, and Wish You Were Here, which is a good album. I had owned DSotM for a while now, and never really appreciated it much, but now I'm listening to more Pink Floyd, and I do appreciate them more. DSotM is definitely my favorite album of theirs, but I will check out some more albums from them. I want to check out Animals and Meddle.

I'm going to continue to give DSotM more play throughs in the near future. I do recognize it as one of the best albums ever made, and two things I love about that album is how ahead of its time it is (it really doesn't sound like something from 1973), and the production values on it are stellar, especially considering when it was made.
Meddle's alright, but Animals is great and should definitely be checked out. "Dogs" and "Sheep" are the best cuts on it.

Then again, my tastes in Floyd are a bit atypical, since I manage to like The Division Bell and The Final Cut. Most Floyd fans hate both.

Gah! Sorry for the double post. I'm used to posting in a place where rapid posts like those automerge. I didn't mean to!
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Old 2011-11-03, 11:32   Link #109
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Meddle's alright, but Animals is great and should definitely be checked out. "Dogs" and "Sheep" are the best cuts on it.
Yes yes! I haven't heard Meddles but Animals is really very awesome. It's got a nice continuity, very nice for exploring some soundscapes when going to sleep.

Whenever I think of Pink Floyd I always get a feeling like there's a 3rd album I listened to that I really loved. I really dug Dark Side and Animals, and I know I listened to Wish you Were Here but wasn't as blown away by that as the others. Now I'm checking out their discography, and none of their works strikes me for my elusive "3rd favorite". Maybe I made it up
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Old 2011-11-08, 14:32   Link #110
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Meddle's alright, but Animals is great and should definitely be checked out. "Dogs" and "Sheep" are the best cuts on it.

Then again, my tastes in Floyd are a bit atypical, since I manage to like The Division Bell and The Final Cut. Most Floyd fans hate both.
I have most of their albums in one form or another (vinyl, cassette, cd, digital) and I have to say that I liked The Division Bell as well.

By the by, the most awesome concert I've even been to was Pink Floyd at the Rose Bowl, 1994.
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Old 2012-02-01, 17:27   Link #111
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To (hopefully) revive this thread, here's some of the music I've listened to in the last day or so (general warning, there may be cursing etc in these songs):













edit: after posting, I realized (while watching the richard thompson video (which I saw the tour mentioned in the video)) that I had seen several of these artists Live. I feel really old now .
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Old 2012-02-02, 21:50   Link #112
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People check this man out! I really dig it! Its not classic, but it stays in touch with the roots! Its like modern vintage

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Old 2012-02-04, 13:11   Link #113
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^Gary Clark's awesome.

instrumental classic rock style jam
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Old 2012-02-07, 18:01   Link #114
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And just because JRendell recently brought up this group and my old memories...

Great song of gipsy kings!!.


i remember when I was a child listened, this song its a perfect dose of Piano






the first time I heard this song was a direct sight




It's a classic, but it's a "cover" made for a fan, only 1 word TERRIFIC!!




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Old 2012-02-08, 02:39   Link #115
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Wow

I am shocked and impressed at the vast knowledge of classic rock on this thread! Anime is my second biggest love on earth, Classic rock is my first, and I thought I was about to school you guys on some of the great lesser knowns, thinking I knew what I was gonna show you, and then repeatedly I'd find someone else had already posted it haha, I was glad to see Faces Stay with me, and Funkadelic to name a couple.

Still, here's a few that haven't made the thread yet. Though I'm not gonna assume you guys don't know these songs cause you obviously have a deeper knowledge of the music than I expected!





This is my FAVORITE guitarist of all time Jon Maclaughlin, basically my musical idol, this was recorded in 1970 and I think he makes Jimmy Page and Jimmy Hendrix look like amateurs.





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Old 2012-02-08, 04:30   Link #116
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Good to see this thread revived. Here's a few from me.



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Old 2012-03-08, 05:31   Link #117
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Been listening to a lot of Genesis lately. These guys are awesome.

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Old 2012-03-09, 19:01   Link #118
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Glad to see this thread come back.

I've always had a soft spot for classic surf rock.



I love the energy the Ramones give to their cover of The Trashmen's Surfin' Bird



The Ventures in Japan, 1966. Check out the drumming!



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Old 2012-03-21, 17:20   Link #119
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