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Lotta big talkers here! But really, do you know how to rock? Really?

Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by teleman1, Dec 24, 2020.

  1. loudboy

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    The harmonica flip is classic...

     
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    Yeah, why, yes I do know how to rock... have known since I was a kid (50+ yrs) ... if ya have to ask, maybe you’ll never know?
     
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    That Gene Krupa?
     
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    This is how it’s done....

     
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    check the moves at 1'50
     
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    Old Deaf Roadie Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    I know how to rock. I also know how to land an airliner. But, unfortunately, having the knowledge to do something and the ability to do something are two different things. Wanna' go for a flight? :eek:
     
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    I just know these guys can rock.

     
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    The evolution of music is a messy process.
     
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    that Drummer can drum

    the singer's dancing... oooo dear
     
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    The band name reminded me of Don Felder of the Continentals, meeting Bernie Leadon who replaced Stephen Stills in the band, while instructing Tom Petty's first lessons, and while learning slide from Duane Allman.
     
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    Joe King is The Man!

    Used to see him at the old Club Foot in Austin (next to the old bus station). Great venue, he would leap into the frenzied crowd. Great fun.
     
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    That band from Downey, Ca in front of a large crowd
     
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    The kids in The Continentals rocked that song with a capital R!

    Tight riffs, fresh dance steps, and a killer groove.

    And a drum solo that would make Buddy Rich slink away in shame to boot!

    Two thumbs way up!!

    :)

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    all else pales in comparison.
     
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    Lil medley of The Man.
     
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    You must be a real young’n. Plaid was followed by Beach Boys stripes which was followed by paisley. Then came the Beatles return to formality. When I was in high school we played dances in jackets and ties. By the time I got to college, rock was wear what you had hanging. Formality remained in Jazz. Country attire was divided. There were western and southern branches which when I started college were western wear and southern gentleman. The women were always something to look at no matter the genre.
     
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