|12-14-2008, 07:50 PM||#51 (permalink)|
Mate, Spawn & Die
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Time & Place
25 Albums You Should Hear Before the Moon Crashes into the Earth and We All Die
|12-15-2008, 11:01 AM||#52 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Nirvana - because they are great and would have loved to have been old enough to see them live
Pantera - another band i think would have been great to see live RIP Dimebag
Metallica before they sucked. i seen them a few years ago and they blew hardcore.
Black Sabbath(with Ozzy) - i would love to hear war pigs live.
|12-15-2008, 01:38 PM||#53 (permalink)|
This Space for Rent
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Boston, MA
If I had a time machine Id go back in time and start a band that would play all my favorite songs five years before they were released, wed be more popular than the Beatles.
As far as who I'd See?
The Velvet Underground
The Doors (That show in Miami where Jim exposes himself)
Jonathan Richman (When hed perform onstage with a guitar with two strings, while everyone assumed he was retarted)
The Modern Lovers (The first Incarnation, where Richman would often recite poetry and cry before tearing into 'Roadrunner')
Sex Pistols (That show that Mark E Smith, Joy Division, Howard Devoto, and the rest of the future punk/post-punk legends caught)
Jesus & Mary Chain
Mission of Burma
My Bloody Valentine
Pavement (Wowee Zowee era, the last moment in time when they would have no bad songs in their repetoire)
Neutral Milk Hotel (That san fransisco show where they open with 'sailing through')
Olivia Tremor Control (Black Foliage era)
Guided By Voices
Bands from the 00's I REALLY want to see:
Animal Collective (I could go the 20th, but I have court, not seeing animal collective is a far worse punishment than any the judge could give me)
Bands Ive already seen that I get to brag about when I meet people in 20 years that want a time machine:
These is the musics I own:
|12-15-2008, 05:19 PM||#56 (permalink)|
Dazed and confuzzled
Join Date: Jul 2008
May 7th, 1824 in the Karntnertortheather in Vienna. Premier of Beethoven's 9th Symphony, conducted (in a sense) by the man himself. Would be great to clarify some of the rumours of this performance.
I have acquired four score and nineteen difficulties, but a wench cannot be counted among them
|12-15-2008, 05:34 PM||#57 (permalink)|
The Sexual Intellectual
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Somewhere cooler than you
I got loads so here's the first half
Rolling Stones - Crawdaddy Club residency 1963 / 1975 American Tour
The Who - Marquee Club 1965
Pink Floyd - UFO Club 1967
MC5 / Stooges - Grande Ballroom 1968
Alice Cooper - Zappa era freak band 1969 / Billion Dollar Babies tour 1973
Can - Damo Suzuki era 1970-73
Bowie - Aladdin Sane Tour 1973 / Or Berlin period 1976-79
Hawkwind - Space Ritual Tour 1973
Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath era 1973-74
AC/DC - Some dingy Australian pub w/Bon Scott on vocals 1975/76
Sex Pistols / The Clash / Buzz****s - Screen On The Green gig 1976
Judas Priest - Sin After Sin tour 1977(Only era of Priest I don't own a bootleg from)
The Fall - Original line up 1976/77
Motorhead - Bomber Tour 1979
Iron Maiden - Ruskin Arms pub w/ Dianno 1979/80
PIL - Metal Box / Flowers Of Romance era 1979/80
The Cure - Faith Tour 1981
Crass - Anytime during the Falklands War 1982
Urb's RYM Stuff
Most people sell their soul to the devil, but the devil sells his soul to Nick Cave.
|12-15-2008, 08:16 PM||#58 (permalink)|
**** Steve Harvey
Join Date: Nov 2008
I would go back and see as many classical pianists as I could to see how the styles differ. I would especially like to see Beethoven perform some of his piano sonatas.
I would also like to go to a bar where some of the jazz greats were first starting out like Miles Davis, Coltrane, Monk.
And this of course...
|09-21-2009, 06:13 PM||#59 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2009
Me being bored I dug through the older pages and found this, good thread.
I would see them under any circumstances, if I had to camp out for tickets for a month I'd do it. I would prefer to see them at a dingy club in 1990, maybe the Off Ramp Cafe in Seatle, right before they hit it big. I can't imagine what talking to Kurt or Krist would be like.
Alice In Chains (With Staley)
Just to hear Staley's voice live would be the greatest thing ever. Preferably Unplugged, due to the fact I think it was their best live performance. But going to a huge AiC concert with good seats would also be an honor.
If I had to chose one punk show to go to, I'd decide on these guys in a heart beat. Seeing Jeese Michaels in action would be insane.
I can't imagine how much fun going to a Sublime gig would be. I'd like to go during their 40 oz to freedom days, probably some pavilion somewere in Long Beach California.