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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Sotakoira Musti, Oct 23, 2020.
Who are these untalented guys?
That guy on bass picks that bass like it was a tele.
Hey, I resemble that remark!
It's a shame about the rest of their set.
Pretty decent. If they keep at it, they may make it big someday.
"Those were the days, I want to hold your man."
Amazing to video like that available. Whoa, that's Mitch Mitchell (figured out after reading...).
Yeah, that's a crazy tune, original on the 'White Album' (The Beatles, officailly). A buddy and I worked up a bunch of Beatles tunes a few years in a row for a local house concert, and Yer Blues and the slow Revolution are both really cool blues oriented tunes with some odd twists. A really fun one is "One After 909," which apparently they played way back in the Hamburg days, but only released on their last album (Let It Be). Cheers
Love me a little Winston Leg-thigh - it's a shame that intro was nipped out
Can you imagine if they toured that band? People would have gone crazy...
I love that intro. Lennon was so good at the deadpan humour.
Look at the poser with the red guitar
I get the feeling that those guys could have done anything and been anyone. They could be good at anything they wished to do. Talented individuals... I guess we are lucky they chose music! What a treat man, never saw that before. So cool.
Check out this young act and then Identify the guy in the crowd learning how to perform for a live audience in the last few seconds of the video.
Near as I could make out, that weird little turnaround made that song into the elusive, rarely heard 13-3/7 bar blues form.
I liked the guitar soloing tone. That must have been pretty loud, in person.
This one has the intro with Lennon and Jagger talking odd things