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An Australian band called Cold Chisel in Canberra in the early 80’s. My first concert and these guys were my heroes, I’d never heard anything as...
Rumble.. that was so far ahead of its time, one of the finest instrumentals ever.
After spending years doing Fly-in, Fly -out work in the mines where I didn’t play for weeks at a time, I had the best part of the year at home....
James Honeyman Scott
Malcolm Young would be my favourite rhythm guitarist.
I thought he drank Rebel Yell bourbon..
Loved their early stuff
Killing an Arab, Fire in Cairo, 10:15 on a Saturday night, 3 imaginary boys..
Absolutely brilliant and original music..
Fantastic song along with January, their two best songs. Ian Bairnson was a seriously good player, he played the solo on Wuthering Heights...
Randy Meisner, he was a great looking guy when he was younger.
I’ll be honest, I love the Pina Colada song. Brings back fond memories of my childhood..
Dear Prudence.. John’s fingerpicking was first rate.
LRB.. what a great band, Ricks solo on Happy Anniversary is superb..
Yeah, that’s one powerful intro, probably my favourite Van Halen song..
Supergrass..really liked a few Sugar Ray songs as well.
Yep.. Coffs Harbour
Yep, Johns rhythm guitar on “All my
loving” is superb... it’s quite difficult to get the timing down..
Zoot (an Australian band of the late 60’s with Rick Springfield) did an absolutely cracking version of the Beatle’s Eleanor Rigby. They really...
“Nice legs, shame about the boat race”
Hi guys and gals, I’m new to this site and already love reading all the topics here. Ive been playing for 16 years and recently purchased a 2011...
Lenny Kravitz.. American Woman. The best was an Australian band Zoot’s cover of Eleanor Rigby.