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Old 08-24-2013, 10:15 PM   #31
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tourist,,some really good music there,,damn!
thanks for the revival of faith,, I loved the '55 ford, and most of the rest,,good to know, and hear, that the spirit lives.
Why is this not on our local radio netwerks,,sending the vibe, man, getting the sound out there to combat the hippity hop, drone, kill, crash a car, fuck yer naybor's goat,and spew hatred crap, and yes,,lame big city so called western failures that suck just as bad.
Nice hair-do and the make-up is outstanding,,yer thinking about the wrong 'G' string tho sweetheart, and my dog used to fart better tonal quality than yer throat will ever produce. Got a cowboy hat? go fuck it!

rock and roll will save the world!
pick yer own quote source,
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Old 08-25-2013, 11:12 AM   #32
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rock and roll will save the world!
Maybe we should be dropping band instruments, Stratocasters and drum sets instead of bombs, eh.

Contrary to what the news says, the world loves americans and americana. I wonder how many of those arab ladies are wearing tight levis or Victoria Secret lingerie under that birka.

Our culture is our biggest export. A foreign philosipher did a trip around USA, and was amazed at how we took imigrants and made "Americans" out of them. He evesdropped on some Arab looking men in Chicago. They were animated and talking about "we need to do something" yadda yadda. Then he realized "we" meant we as americans, not we as arabs.

I've been listening to Ukrainian music for about a year. The iron curtain lifted 20+ yrs ago and they have embraced Rock and Roll, but with a slavic twist. A lot of it sounds like folk rock, some is killer rock and roll.


I posted some soft stuff, but I like BIG sound, too. Symphonic Metal, soaring sopranos, heavy rock blues, tear the roof off type of music. Epica, Jim Jones Revue, Garbage, Beth and Joe, Clapton, Mavericks.

Lots of old rockers are still performing. Chuck Berry, Dion and Dick Dale are still out there. Dion, B-52's, Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits) and David Bowie are still making music.
The Mavericks, No Doubt, and Garbage have all reunited with new music. Heart, the Pixies, and Tina Turner have done concerts recently.

Enough rambling/pontificating.

Here is some BIG music. Chills when the chorus kicks in, and when Simone Simon cuts thru the din like an avenging angel.
Dutch metal band with orchestra and mostly American chorus.
Richard Wagner is jumping up and down for joy whenever this plays.






Funky rockin' guitar blues.




Burnin' down the house country.




There is a music thread in the basement. Come on down. Lots of AC-DC and grunge music, but some good stuff comes thru.

http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=369234



And sometimes a little dancing.

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Old 08-26-2013, 08:15 AM   #33
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This!




is the most AWESOME thing I've heard in years!

9:00 AM on monday morning, still had the headphones on after listening to a news blurb and clicked it... Immediately frozen to my seat...


OMG! I'm in love with another redhead.... Thank you for putting this up Tourist-MAN.
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Old 08-26-2013, 08:37 AM   #34
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What Crossthread said. Holy shit!!
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:05 AM   #35
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What Crossthread said. Holy shit!!

Ahhh, you like the 10 meter board. Yes? Maybe a couple of kindred spirits.

The blonde, on backup, is Simons voice coach. Amanda Somerville is a top singer in her own right. A range from male tenor to soprano, but she doesn't carry the timber, or somthing, of Simons. Simone Simons is an amazing mezzo soprano, but she is not an opera singer. Pop singer with an operatic voice.

She also does a great hair flip routine. She can fling that mop of red around for 30-40 sec at a time.

I just did a series with symphonic metal, Celtic rock, and Ukranian heavy rock with some performance art and finished with Sebnem Ferah singing Perdeler (Curtains). A stunning Turkish voice backed by Finnlander metal cello group Apopoliptica. (My spelIng is atrocious, one t or two?)

Maybe I should do monday morning wake up songs,

I have a file on electric strings. Violins and Cellos electrified. Heavy metal sounding like symphony and symphony sounding like heavy metal.

The Piano Guys from Utah do some nice middle road electric cello. Strong but not metal.

For heavy old school rock try Jim Jones Review, Cement Mixer. The Stones can retire now. I've found their replacement.
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:29 AM   #36
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Man, don't get me all worked up on redheads!

Say, if you don't mind, would you post something out of Ukraine that you like? My mom was Ukrainian so kind of curious as to what kind of music is coming out of there these days. FWIW, I am 60 so not into punk - more into rock and roll.

If you don't get to it, no harm no foul.

Thanks!
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Old 08-26-2013, 12:41 PM   #37
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Whooda thunk?

I guess you just never can tell what to expect. I had always thought of Lady Gaga as a joke; considering her wild get-ups, I never imagined that she could actually sing. I still haven't bothered to listen to any of songs that made her popular, assuming, maybe unfairly, that they would be unbearable.

But, just as I was feeling smug in dismissing her as a no-talent clown act, I came across this:





As if it wasn't hard enough to find good music, now I can't even trust anybody to be bad.



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Old 08-26-2013, 12:42 PM   #38
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Cute Russian/Ukrainian girls.




Turn into this.
Olga Polyakova. Very tall. Actress and comedian. Last yrs hit.





And one for the ladies
KAMON the Kosmos sisters. They do some very creative performance art.
Metrosexual.



Something for your mom.
Skriabin. This is a top band for 20 yrs or so. Singer has started several other groups including an outragious girl group called Payuschi Trusi.




Rock and Roll
JIM ! Is that you?










This is still not the ten meter board.
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Old 08-26-2013, 01:17 PM   #39
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I guess you just never can tell what to expect. I had always thought of Lady Gaga as a joke; considering her wild get-ups, I never imagined that she could actually sing. I still haven't bothered to listen to any of songs that made her popular, assuming, maybe unfairly, that they would be unbearable.



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Lady Gaga is very deceptive. She observed what Elton John and Madonna did to promote themselves and learned that lesson with a vengeance. But underneath the costumes and hype there it a great talent. The hype gets your attention, then when she sits down at that piano she's got you hooked in the first four bars...

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Old 08-26-2013, 01:32 PM   #40
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I agree 100% on Gaga. Real talent. She is still young. It takes a while to turn from fame and money to making music. She did some stuff with Rolling Stones and Tony Bennett.
I rather liked her early performance art, then she started the shock stuff.

Pink is turning the corner. Good rock voice, three octaves, has a baby. I'm expecting more quiet songs. She has a few, already. Have you seen Glitter in the Air. Those people still haven't recovered. Stunning stage show.

Christine Aguliera is another. Candyman, channeling the lennon sisters, very nice. Some very nice Spanish songs.]

Give them time.

Here is one for Peterman and all the old codgers who remember Mary Ford and Les Paul

Imelda May and her band. Jeff Beck on lead guitar. It looks like he pulled out the vintage Les Paul Gibson.

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Old 08-26-2013, 01:34 PM   #41
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And another Simone Simons fix for Mista Vern and me...



A couple of nice hair flips in here.
I am hooked...dangit!
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Okay. I promise

no more Simone...here.


In keeping with Peterman's original rant here's the real expert...




And he was 90 years old when that was recorded live. I miss him.
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And thanks to the w-a-a-yback machine

A much younger LesPaul and Mary Ford




Feeling better now,Peterman?
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That looks more like Les as I remember him.

And, at that time, here is what the Late Night show looked like.

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[QUOTE=MortimerSickle;22187097] here is what the Late Night show looked like. /QUOTE]


Hmm.. a little monotonous. Can't dance to it . I give it a 5.
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