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Old 02-05-2010, 10:57 PM
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layla (eric clapton from unplugged album)
i think i like it more than original "plugged" version
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Old 02-06-2010, 03:40 AM
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Listening at the moment: The Root Of All Evil by Dream Theater

Also been trawling though Lemmies biography (because I have been listening to A LOT OF MOTORHEAD) to listen to what inspired him to become a musician and form Motorhead (Includes Buddy Holly, Little Richard and *ahem* to the dismay of lots of people *cough* Cliff Richard and the Shadows, IMO Cliff has fantastic vocals, no two ways about it, but I think he should have never left the Shadows, sing his older, much better songs more in his original style and should have done a "Nicco McBrain" - Not letting his choice of Religion interfear with his music - missletoe and wine and that Millenium song, no thanks, give me "Move It" and yes, I'll admit I am a bit of a fan of his earlier work, he use to be the British Elvis, but sadly turned to Peter Pan)

I find it intresting that lighter artists inspired Heavy Metal, like Ozzy is a major Beatles fan, and Tony Iommi was inspired by Hank Marvin (even released an album dedicated to the Shadows)

Also, has anyone ever listened to a band called "Jameson Raid", only recently found a song of theirs on my endevor on the interner, the song is called 7 Days Of Splendour, not a bad song, anyone got any history of this band?
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Old 02-06-2010, 10:58 AM
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I'll admit to enjoying some early Cliff, and more frequently the shadows; Try The Shadows "Rise & Fall Of Flingle Bunt" I really like this one.
Cliff's: Move It, Blue Turns To Grey and the less old Devil Women are great.
Reality check: They have both served up some utter dross as well

Now back to me Vardis 100 mph album, great fast rockin stuff
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Old 02-06-2010, 08:04 PM
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Oh dear, looks like I have been drinking and posting last night, I do go on a bit after a few pints of Irish Stout.

I have been listening to a lot of Motorhead lately, and I do find the history and insperation behind Motorhead (and most other bands) most intresting.

But at the moment, I have been listening to Dream Theater (Octavarium) and Pink Floyd (Wish You Were Here) while watching the Rugby at home, bit in the mood for some Prog Rock

P.S. 100MPH is an outstanding NWOBHM song, pitty the band Vardis is not around anymore
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Old 02-09-2010, 10:12 AM
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Old 02-10-2010, 03:03 AM
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Old English Town - Electric Light Orchestra
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