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"This is very far away from who we are"

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by getbent, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. "We're a blues band, this is very far away from what we do"--John McVie

    "True, but it is a lot closer to where the bank is"---Keith Olsen


    Sound City = Pretty fun movie! I rented it on itunes... most fun thing since seeing Marwencol...
     
  2. idjster

    idjster Friend of Leo's

    I'll have to watch it myself. I've read about it but haven't taken the time to search it out. Thanks, get bent!
     
  3. Larry F

    Larry F Doctor of Teleocity Vendor Member

    Nov 5, 2006
    Iowa City, IA
    Yeah, it's great. Really, really good for people like us.
     
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  5. It made me love some people I'd only read about... Josh Homme seems like the real deal and the Reznor fellow is also... kind of a Brian Wilson type...

    makes me want to go explore their music.

    and Dave Grohl.... well, I think he is a gift...

    and now, I'm watching When Legends Die (1972)

    I've got a cold and am just playing guitar and drinking coffee today.
     
  6. fuzzbender

    fuzzbender Former Member

    Feb 15, 2011
    dislocation
    i'd just like to give a transatlantic nod to the witty part

    the rest, whoosh, right over my head
     
  7. TeleTex82

    TeleTex82 Friend of Leo's

    May 4, 2010
    San Antone
    Just watched it the other day, definitely enjoyed it. I think even more than all the amazing music recorded there the thing that I was really impressed by was the love that the people that worked there had for the place and for each other. Also, the Tom Petty segment where he's talking about backing Johnny Cash was pretty cool.

    @Getbent if you're into exploring the Queens definitely check out the Rated R and Songs for the Deaf, FOR Nine Inch Nails Downward Spiral, Pretty Hate Machine and the last album he did was also good but the name escapes me.
     
  8. Thanks amigo! even old guys can listen, right?:D

    I am going to check out the Queens of the stone age tonight.
     
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