Discussion in 'The GatorTail Pub' started by u8evol19i, Dec 21, 2010.
I like that one, too!
This video is hilarious
Just read a good interview with Tommy Shannon here
“We did eight songs one day and two the next,”
“Our crowds started getting bigger, for sure. I remember we were playing this club in California that we’d played at a couple of times (prior to Texas Flood). Well, this time when we pulled up there to play, the crowd was stretched from the front door, all the way around the block. We didn’t know what to think. We wondered who else was playing there that night besides us. Then we finally realized that crowd was there to see us. That’s when we began to know that something really good was happening.”
Zac Brown Band
nice cover of a great tune
really liked this song at one time. then one of our drunk chick regulars heard it and played it everyday. really killed it for me.
free official ep download 10 songs
Recordings from this past Wanee Festival
Ease by Public Image Ltd from the album Album, Cassette This album and this song in particular featured some of the greatest musicians in the world. Say what you want about John Lydon, but few voices in rock and roll are more distinctive. Steve Vai is on lead guitar, Jonas Helberg, from the Mahavishnu Orchestra, on bass and Ginger Baker on the drums. Miles Davis even snuck into the studio, playing a muted trumpet behind John Lydon. I can't seem to find it in the mix, but they may have compressed it or pushed it out entirely. Bill Laswell produced this.
Amazing album. Haven't listened to it in over 20 yrs. Too bad it isn't available on iTunes.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd just found him. Where have I been, lol.
True Love Ways - Buddy Holly
Courtesy of Tom Petty on Sirius' Tom Petty's Buried Treasures Show.
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Live yesterday I heard…
Peter Hook and the Light
Mission of Burma
Suicidal Tendencies (I killed it in the mosh pit, a bit sore today. Had to have my thumb X-Rayed this morning)
Bob Mould (brisk, all electric set, including some Husker classics)
The Pixies (Outstanding set, as always)
The Replacements (Best live set I've heard in years. Was there when they broke up 22 years ago. They sucked that day. They are definitely back.)