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Kiss had a few good rock and roll hits but i never dug the costumes
Sly with Rustee Allen on bass putting his thumb into it, on Soul Train.
Good stuff. Thanks for the thread!
You get those holes a-leakin’, I’m gonna whomp you with a knotted plow line.
Great Bill Haley & the Comets thread.
He used to be talked about a lot in the 1970s especially by Dick Clark on American Bandstand and others....
..are you going to pull those pistols or whistle dixie?
Mildly optimistic Packer fan here hoping the new coaching staff will eventually create a top 5 defense to go along with number 12's offense....
Buddy and wife lives just north of Ft Lauderdale. They are riding it out like always.
I think if I lived down there I'd get the hell out before...
Playing barefoot puts the player in a better mood which results in better playing.
Allman Brothers Band in 1980. Dickey Betts guitar was LOUD! Dangerous Dan's guitar was up there too.
I like this John Rutsey and not the one that needs 21 drums to do a show!
Thanks for posting the early Rush video
Randy Meisner playing his Ric and singing Take It To The Limit with the Eagles
Splendid live performance. I want the lead guitar player in my band, lol
The "ultimate"hockey song lol
It's been along time since I heard a guitar solo in modern worship music. Ditto with piano solos.
The Dan is probably my favorite band also. I saw them live 3 times in large outdoor venues. Never disappoint. Plus, Walter Becker with his...
Love early Bob Seger. Fond memories seeing him and Silver Bullet for the first time live at Alpine Valley Music Theater back in July of 1977.
Best cover version I've seen
Saw Bob Seger and SB Band live in the summer of 1977 front row, at the Alpine Valley Music Theater. Great, high energy rock and roll.
Picture a cop trying to pull over an autonomous, driverless semi for a roadside inspection...
Did someone say funky? Calling Larry Graham..
Man I miss the three kings
Green Eyed Lady
Pick Up The Pieces
My City Was Gone
Stuck In The Middle With You
Seven Turns, Shades & Were it all Begins are excellent recordings.
Allen Woody was a helluva bass player. Sad he died so young.
My first exposure to the band was in '73 when I was 15. I heard Ramblin Man on the radio. Followed the band closely ever since. Bought all the...