Pink Floyd: The Final Cut.
Pearl Jam...Buenos Aires 3/4/13
Daniel Hope, "Spheres"
Tom Waits: Real Gone.
Awesome Group anyone that considered these guys AOR has not a clue. The best prog band from the good ol U.S.
The Rolling Stones
Made In The Shade
1975 Rolling Stones Records
Real good album
The best AC/DC Bon Scott era sounding band ever. Mark Storace (The Voice) was offered the job as Bons replacement but turned it down as he wanted to stay true to Krokus. To bad this guy sounds better than Brian Johnson any day IMHO. One listen to Long Stick Goes Boom, and you will hear the that classic AC/DC sound.
George Thorogood and The Destroyers
Move It On Over
1978 Rounder Records
The Good Rats - Tasty
Rock in Peace Peppi Marchello 1944-2103.:cry:
Disc One of Four
Enjoy your birthday Rick !!!!:biggrin:
I plan on it... What was now yesterday (the 16th) was my stepfather's 81st birthday... We had a family picnic, and it was great (even though it was hot as heck)... Beforehand, I did something I always said I was going to do, but for whatever reason never did... I went over the Pennsylvania border where there is no helmet law, and rode for a couple of hours through some beautiful country without my helmet... It was a revelation, and I wish I'd done it long ago... For my birthday, it's going to be the hottest, most humid day so far this summer... My plan is to ride through Pennsylvania all day (helmetless), then come home and have a few friends over for beer, music, and who knows whatever else may happen.............. :cool:
A thread on here mentioned Frank Zappa and Grand Funk! That did it,had to find my copies of On Time and Grand Funk Red! wow memories on these....have a copy of Live that I have to get out too...gotta find it first though!
Those were the good ol days of groups...album released all cuts were fine....100 percent beat...no filler.. Grand Funk Live!
Here's another live one from back in the day.
Three Dog Night: Captured Live at the Forum.
David Sanborn's Hearsay on a new to me Pioneer SX-680.
Damn it Chum....have a copy of that one tucked away...on a mission...yea success!
Have a few Sanbourne collaborations...notably with Earl Klugh. Good stuff!
And one more recorded same show as Three Dog Night. The headliner was
Yer killing me dude....Monster on that album is killer! Hope Rick doesn't get his head bent too much tonite!....JamOn!