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I can't give this enough likes.

Great song!!!
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@Jabberwookie - yeah, that is a very unique song.

I'm doing a lot of reminiscing today. Pretty much obvious
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@Jabberwookie - yeah, that is a very unique song.

I'm doing a lot of reminiscing today. Pretty much obvious


It's probably my favorite Scorpions song. It has an almost operatic quality to it. In their later years, they took another swing at that with Woman.

I hear you on the nostalgia front. I'm sitting here watching the Muppet Show on Disney plus.


Side note on your GNR post, The best concert I ever saw was Metallica GNR and FNM at Texas Stadium.

Just phenomenal!
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Never saw Zep live, but of the recorded performances this early one really stands out (IMO, JP never should've switched from Telecaster to Les Paul)...


Many musicians like to incorporate change,.. and in some instances it's not a bad thing. But as an amateur instrumentalist in my younger years (drummer/guitarist), I prefer the Telecaster as well.


You're right of course, but I think the Les Paul really hurt Jimmy's live playing. Other musicians have moved between guitars without it negatively impacting their performance. But Jimmy gravitated toward louder and the Les Paul pick-ups offered a lot more flexibility in that direction. Sound-wise, the Telecaster that he used with the Yardbirds and very early Zep was da-bomb, IMO.
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These guys from Maryland are underrated, if u ask me. Still puttin out, and selling albums after 30 years.
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In honor of the Mars Perseverance landing, something spacey... Captain Beyond

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I meant to post this yesterday. On February 20th, 2003, a fire at The Station Nightclub in West Warwick, RI., killed 100 people and injured over 200 more people. It was started by pyrotechnics that were lit off by the band that night ... Great White.

While I didn't even know anyone in Rhode Island, let alone anyone who was directly effected by the tragedy, it shook me. I was less than a month sober and I remember thinking how easily that could have been me. I went to many bars and nightclubs to hear live bands in the years prior to this. Great White is a band I would have driven two to three hours one way to see.

So, in remembrance of the lives lost and the people injured, here is one of my favorite Great White songs.

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Alice Cooper Poison live ...



Okay, you know where this is goin' by now...

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So much better than the studio version.

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Steve Borock

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