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Great music: bands and musicians from the old 60's and 70's

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Re: Great music: bands and musicians from the old 60's and 7

Postby Tdick » Thu Apr 19, 2018 10:10 pm

Unfortunately, this band has not aged well. :(
They are still playing almost 50 years later, but for those who were listening to Skydog, THIS is the Allman Brothers:
Someone posted in the comments that just before the picture was taken someone handed Duane a bag of "Vitamat'in C" that he's hiding in his hands.
That's why they are all laughing. :shock:
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Re: Great music: bands and musicians from the old 60's and 7

Postby Tracker » Fri Apr 20, 2018 8:04 am

All I am seeing in these posts is a large black square where people are posting video links. What do I have to do to view them?


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Re: Great music: bands and musicians from the old 60's and 7

Postby punkin » Fri Apr 20, 2018 2:50 pm

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Re: Great music: bands and musicians from the old 60's and 7

Postby Tdick » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:24 pm

I am not big into Improvisational Jazz, but I was listening to a song with Michael Brecker on sax and this was "on the side".
Definitely improv, but just amazed at how tight these guys are with this! They're so tight, it reminded me of this girl... :offtopic:

Also this reminded me of some of Emerson,Lake & Palmer from back in the day:


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Re: Great music: bands and musicians from the old 60's and 7

Postby Tdick » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:41 pm

Speaking of ELP, saw them in concert in 1973. 15000 seat Coliseum with HUGE speaker banks in each corner.
The "quadrophonics" show they put on was incredible.
They did this and made the sound "spin" around in circles - plus I WAS drunk!
It's one of my favorites of theirs.

Had not a clue who Aaron Copeland was back then!
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Re: Great music: bands and musicians from the old 60's and 7

Postby Zymurgy Bob » Wed Apr 25, 2018 12:43 am

I like it, an I'm only a lukewarm Copeland fan, but as long as we're opening boundaries, here's something I love and I can blame it entirely on Punkin.
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Re: Great music: bands and musicians from the old 60's and 7

Postby Tdick » Fri May 11, 2018 3:05 pm

Zymurgy Bob wrote:I like it, an I'm only a lukewarm Copeland fan, but as long as we're opening boundaries, here's something I love and I can blame it entirely on Punkin.

Lesson learned!
It started off and I'm thinking "WTF!" :doh:

By the end I am :roflmao: !
I love it

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