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Old 10-07-2021, 01:00 PM   #61 (permalink)
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I'm surprised a thread like this wasn't already made with all the history revolving around the music industry. A huge example would be Fleetwood Mac.
Because they sparked so many "Rumours"?
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The Ramones were so "punk" (or broke) that they brought their instruments to their earliest CBGB gigs in shopping bags. Note Johnny with his bagged Mosrite on the subway here. Poor Dee Dee seems to have no bag at all in this pic.

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Old 10-07-2021, 01:09 PM   #63 (permalink)
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lol yeah

That and all the drugs.

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Old 10-07-2021, 01:14 PM   #64 (permalink)
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^ Yes, all that coke plus Stevie's Klonopin "prescriptions" - what goes up must come down.

Regardless, Fleetwood + McVie one of the greatest rhythm sections of all time.
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Can't argue with that. I've been hearing quite a bit of the older stuff on Deep Tracks (Sirius) lately, and a lot of it makes me question why I never dove into the deep end of that band. I dabbled a bit into the Welch period but thats about it.
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I was there for the entire festival. Went with a couple of friends and decided to stay in town an extra day just to recuperate and happened to walk by the entrance to the Sheraton Hotel on Monday morning and saw Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, and Dave Grohl standing outside, waiting for their ride. I waved to them and said "great show last night!" and Dave & Krist waved back while Kurt turned and went back into the hotel. I figured maybe he didn't want to be bothered so I just kept walking. There were a lot of great bands and moments at the festival that weekend...

*jealousy increases*
that's a great lineup
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Can't argue with that. I've been hearing quite a bit of the older stuff on Deep Tracks (Sirius) lately, and a lot of it makes me question why I never dove into the deep end of that band. I dabbled a bit into the Welch period but thats about it.
I think one of the great undersung guitarists - during the Welch period and the earlier Peter Green era - was Danny Kirwan. Very fluid and lyrical player with a stunning vibrato.
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I think one of the great undersung guitarists - during the Welch period and the earlier Peter Green era - was Danny Kirwan. Very fluid and lyrical player with a stunning vibrato.
I'll have to give Then Play On through Bare Tree's a listen then.
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that's a great lineup
I agree - and cool story about encountering Nirvana, Psy-Fi! Was Kurt still in the wheelchair and wearing the hospital gown, by chance?

Marie, you may appreciate (and probably already know) that the errant tampon was thrown back at the stage and landed on one of Nick Cave's band's speaker cabinets, remaining there during Cave's entire set.
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lol no I didn't know that, awesome!
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