Discussion in 'GatorTail Pub' started by anstro76, May 15, 2019.
For the headbangers out there, early Metallica. Dayumm where has the time gone?
I bought that album when it came out.^^^ Still have it. In good condition like all my albums.
Been listening to some Walking the Floor podcasts. Listened to the Marty Stuart one, who I am not real familiar with. He mentioned an album produced by Mike Campbell with Mike Campbell on it. In his description I heard desert, psychedelic, surf, & spaghetti western. Few descriptors could get more more intrigued & excited. My expectations were sky high & not met. It's pretty good & worth checking out if you're into that thing....kinda cali style western with hints of surf, beach boys & IMO CSN&Y & the Byrds. Soundz like an album that coulda been made circa 1973 riding on the Gram Parsons' cosmic country wave. A for idea, B- for execution.
I was out making sales calls in my shirt and tie and beeper way back when, when I decided to go into the Peache's record store on Colonial Drive in O-Town for those that know Orlando. The band was there doing an album signing appearance and the they could have not been more cool. Anyway...
Stumbled across this one.
@joshguitarzan stunned some Nashville players and melted some faces last night.
The Beach Boys played a concert in Gainesville in the mid-70's. It was a Friday night, I think. My car wasn't running at the time but I wanted to go home to surf so bad after watching that concert I set out hitch hiking. I got as far as Bunnell and then called a buddy who came and picked me up. By then it was almost dawn. It was the only time I ever tried that in the five years at UF.
Clarence White's "Satellite" Telecaster In Good Hand's with Marty Stuart
Man was I spoiled as a kid growing up with awedomeness like this
RIP Paul, you and Lowell gave us some really good times.
Sucks that he is gone. A generational talent..
Sucks this dude is gone as well. This is an out take from his "Purple Rain" that was filmed in my hometown, about 2 miles from my mom's house. Small world indeed.