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- Sun Apr 22, 2012 8:53 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Record Store Day 2012
- Replies: 60
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Got 7"s by Frank, Patti Smith, Sugar, Civil Wars, Levellers and Run DMC/Carolina Chocolate Drops. Missed out on Morrissey and the shop didn't get any of the Cure LPs
- Fri Apr 13, 2012 7:52 am
- Forum: Gigs
- Topic: Chris T-T tour dates (singing about Jeremy Clarkson)
- Replies: 14
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Can't we tempt you into the North-east Chris? Newcastle/Middlesbrough way?
- Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:22 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: The First Three Years question
- Replies: 26
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But I seeing as I was introduced to his music live, the dissapointment came from the album not living up to that performance. I agree to an extent - I bought it at the Middlesbrough gig on that tour and did feel that he was better live than on record. It's a good album though, and he gave me a free...
My question is simple...how the fuck have I never heard of Hot Snakes until now? Very disappointed with myself for that. I got one of their albums today, and listened to it for the first time, then listened to it again immediately. I don't often do that. Annoyingly, their other albums are really exp...
actually i'm not sur harmonica would work all that well on the song (apart from the very end section) as it's a modal melody, while harmonicas are straight melodic. always worth i try though I guess, it's in E. Always worth a try...unfortunately it's going to mean buying an F harmonica, had to shif...
Thanks - I asked someone with a better ear than me to see if they could put some chords to your acapella version from Take To The Road and he came up with E, C#m, A, B7 - which I guess is just a tone up from your guitar version. I'd like to do some other traditional folk songs as well so if anyone h...
Hi Frank, I have a couple of questions about this song. Firstly, it seems that there are many versions (Wikipedia suggests "at least 92"), some with different lyrics, and I wondered whether the lyrics you use are your own re-write, and if not where did you find them? Also your vocal melody is differ...
Finally, there's the Seeger Sessions work (We Shall overcome, and Live in Dublin), which is totally different again. A 16 peice folk orchestra playing old-tyme folk standards made famous by seeger. It's amazing, and the live show was brilliant (I'm in a place where I might actually prefer the SSB s...
Can anyone please tell me if there are any other Springsteen albums in the same vein as Nebraska and Tom Joad...basically non E-Street albums, cos in my opinion his work with E-Street sucks, but I like those two albums.
You mentioned the new Mastodon album, which I think is excellent as well. I thought it quite similar in places to some Black Label Society stuff, so maybe try them. And if you want something to get your groove one, try Clutch. As for Megadeth, the albums usually regarded as their best are Rust In Pe...
Haven't actually been to a music gig yet this year, and my next two are non-music as well - Jay and Silent Bob Get Old on Friday and Reginald D Hunter on the 26th. Nothing musical till Laura Marling and Roddy Woomble on the 5th and 6th of March.