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Old 01-23-2009, 01:52 AM
 
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:requests run an odd assortment of blues, bluesy rock, folks, jazz and everything in-between tonite as the manager ushers bodies and instruments from backstage... atmosphere is full of laughter, excited chatter and good-will among the crowd ... 2 more hours before closing... drinks flow... :


1. Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs - 1975

YouTube - Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs

2. Muddy Waters & Clapton - Mannish Boy (from Scorcese's "The Last Waltz") - Live 1976

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-gkIjp9lYc

3. Yvonne Elliman - "I Dont Know How To Love Him" (Superstar) - 1973

YouTube - Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) I Dont Know How To Love Him (11) (((Stereo)))

4. Judy Collins & Leonard Cohen - Suzanne - 1976

YouTube - Judy Collins & Leonard Cohen - Suzanne

5. Esther Ofarim - Black is the color of my true love's hair - 1970 (clip from German Film 11 Uhr 20)

YouTube - Black is the colour of my true loves....

6. Quincy Jones feat. Bernard Ighner & Herbie Hancock - Everything must change - (Album: Body Heat) 1974

YouTube - Qunicy Jones " Everything must change " 1974

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Old 01-24-2009, 08:32 PM
 
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YouTube - Gordon Lightfoot 1974 - Sundown


YouTube - Gordon Lightfoot - If You Could Read My Mind


YouTube - Anne Murray - Snowbird


YouTube - Bachman Turner Overdrive - Roll On Down The Highway
 
Old 01-25-2009, 11:34 AM
 
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YouTube - Led Zeppelin - Battle of Evermore Lord of rings
 
Old 01-25-2009, 07:16 PM
 
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ex-Beatles


YouTube - wings love is strange


YouTube - John Lennon - Mother


YouTube - Isn't It a Pity - George Harrison


YouTube - Ringo Star-It dont come easy
 
Old 01-26-2009, 12:07 PM
 
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~enters the club and comes back over a period of days~

I can't stay today but want to thank all of you, especially the group of work starting from Mr. MAM to Ichoro--6 Foot 3--then back to Ichoro. (The work flowed as a whole and gave me the sensation of watching a play or opera.) Even though I know it's unconscious (meaning people are playing what they like, yet it works as a body of one), it's very very powerful.
 
Old 01-26-2009, 08:45 PM
 
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I can't stay today but want to thank all of you, especially the group of work starting from Mr. MAM to Ichoro--6 Foot 3--then back to Ichoro.
Right on Cellie !!!

Ya know i got to thinking about when we we discussing the early foundations of Heavy Metal and while Black Sabbath is the ''father'' of it starting in 1970 technically it started ibefore n the 1960's as the genre was called ''Acid Rock'' before they called it Heavy Metal and songs like ''The White Room'' by Cream and also ''In a gadda da vida'' by Iron Butterfly would be considered some of the earliest foundations of it.

I wish the posters Square Peg, BWP and Double H would weigh in as their knowledge of the 60's is superior to mine.

These have a 60's sound but i'd say these Acid Rock songs are the early foundings of Heavy Metal.


YouTube - Iron Butterfly - In A Gadda Da Vida


YouTube - Cream - White Room Live (Farewell Concert 1968)
 
Old 01-27-2009, 12:24 PM
 
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Right on Cellie !!!

Ya know i got to thinking about when we we discussing the early foundations of Heavy Metal and while Black Sabbath is the ''father'' of it starting in 1970 technically it started ibefore n the 1960's as the genre was called ''Acid Rock'' before they called it Heavy Metal and songs like ''The White Room'' by Cream and also ''In a gadda da vida'' by Iron Butterfly would be considered some of the earliest foundations of it.

I wish the posters Square Peg, BWP and Double H would weigh in as their knowledge of the 60's is superior to mine.

These have a 60's sound but i'd say these Acid Rock songs are the early foundings of Heavy Metal.


YouTube - Iron Butterfly - In A Gadda Da Vida


YouTube - Cream - White Room Live (Farewell Concert 1968)
I truly appreciate your sharing more of the history of metal rock. I've heard of acid rock but do not know much about it. It is amazing how musical influences can be traced back over time and connect at different points.

I'll listen very closely to the Iron Butterfly and Cream links that you provided--thank you so much!!!

Again, your sharing your musical knowledge and songs is very much appreciated.
 
Old 01-27-2009, 03:21 PM
 
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I'm listening to The Doors: sunshine
 
Old 01-27-2009, 07:37 PM
 
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A great classic song and video by Journey !!!!!!


YouTube - Journey - Anyway You Want It
 
Old 01-28-2009, 12:04 AM
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Right on Cellie !!!

Ya know i got to thinking about when we we discussing the early foundations of Heavy Metal and while Black Sabbath is the ''father'' of it starting in 1970 technically it started ibefore n the 1960's as the genre was called ''Acid Rock'' before they called it Heavy Metal and songs like ''The White Room'' by Cream and also ''In a gadda da vida'' by Iron Butterfly would be considered some of the earliest foundations of it.

I wish the posters Square Peg, BWP and Double H would weigh in as their knowledge of the 60's is superior to mine.

These have a 60's sound but i'd say these Acid Rock songs are the early foundings of Heavy Metal.


YouTube - Iron Butterfly - In A Gadda Da Vida


YouTube - Cream - White Room Live (Farewell Concert 1968)
6'3, if you do get sq peg, Double H and all flowing with suggestions in the Acid Rock and Hard Rock genres, I can add to it. Obscure branches on the rock family tree, post-Beatles, pre-...Kiss
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