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    Wink For Cache

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    Katet- Goodwin "I'm a cool cat but i can act just like The Grinch"

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    clapton, beck, page, and winwood......

    ARMS Benefit Concert
    09-20-1983
    Royal Albert Hall
    London, England

    [disc 1] (53:53)
    1. band introduction -> Everybody Oughta Take A Chance (John Estes) (4:59)
    2. Rita Mae (Eric Clapton) (6:30)
    3. Lay Down Sally (Eric Clapton/Marcy Levy/George Terry) (4:35)
    4. Ramblin On My Mind/Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Robert Johnson)(Billy Myles) (10:37)
    5. Cocaine (John J. Cale) (4:46)
    6. Woman Are Smarter (D. Kleiber) -Andy Fairweather-Low on vocals (3:23)
    7. Road Runner (Ellas McDaniel) (3:37)
    8. Slowdown Sundown (Steve Winwood/Will Jennings) (5:21)
    9. Take Me To The River (Al Green/Mabon Hodges) (5:09)
    10. Gimme Some Lovin (Steve Winwood/Muff Winwood/Spencer Davis) (4:51)

    [disc 2] (54:52)
    1. Star Cycle (4:45)
    2. The Pump (6:06)
    3. Out of a Book (5:49)
    (all 3 with Simon Phillips on drums, Tony Hiams - piano, Fernando Sawyer - bass)
    4. Hi Ho Silver Lining (w/ Steve Winwood) (5:02)
    5. Prelude (w/ Jimmy Page) (2:04)
    6. Who's To Blame (w/ Steve Winwood on vocals, Page on guitar) (4:12)
    7. City Sirens (w/ Steve Winwood on vocals, Page on guitar) (3:50)
    8. Stairway to Heaven (instrumental) (7:37)
    9. Tulsa Time (D. Flowers) (4:42)
    10. Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon) (7:07)
    11. Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter/John Lomax) -Ronnie Lane on vocals (3:33)

    The Band:
    Jeff Beck
    Eric Clapton
    Jimmy Page
    Steve Winwood

    Fast download:
    http://www.fastdownloadarchive.com/s...20-%2020/09/83

    ifanyone needs i can post the rar files that are smaller
    enjoy!
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    Jason Mraz

    I'm Yours (Live) Feelin' the Aloha... no concert is complete without lawn ornaments
    Butterfly (Live) Warning: Explicit Lyrics, Beatboxing, and Scat Singing

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    Yusuf, formally known as Cat Stevens.


    ....are you on the "Peace Train"?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sjSHazjrWg
    Jeets said he wouldn't tell Turbine. ;(

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    your mraz and stevens got me missing some bright eyes, and lead me to this rather touching video.

    This is the first day of my life
    HURRY~ RG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilandrya View Post
    Jason Mraz

    I'm Yours (Live) Feelin' the Aloha... no concert is complete without lawn ornaments
    Butterfly (Live) Warning: Explicit Lyrics, Beatboxing, and Scat Singing
    saw jason mraz open for DAve Matthews Band in vegas 2 weekends ago. he has a great sound, even better live than on cd imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jondallar View Post
    saw jason mraz open for DAve Matthews Band in vegas 2 weekends ago. he has a great sound, even better live than on cd imo.
    Most bands sound better live, imo of course.
    Jeets said he wouldn't tell Turbine. ;(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comfortably View Post
    Most bands sound better live, imo of course.
    most good bands.

    some dont... "smashing pumpkins" were horrible live.

    Anything "Pop" usually sucks.

    Some bands are very different live.

    John Mayer has a very different sound live, lots of people have trouble with his shows because he adds so much blues to them, rather than radio edits people are used to.

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    Love Mayer...

    Actually, a lot of good studio bands don't sound anywhere near as good live, sometimes simply because of the nature of the music (Beck is one I like that would fit in this category for example imho... not Jeff Beck, but Beck... to clarify), and then there are those who are making lots of money that I wouldn't even classify as being music. I listen to a lot of genres covering broad time periods. Can you say Gershwin? I knew you could...

    I have no problem with "aggressive" music, as long as they can sing not just scream and use reverb, and know how to play more than power chords. I've seen a lot of "thrash" or subset genre bands, over the years... Anthrax, King Diamond, Fifth Angel, etc.. that got old fast for me... although it has it's place at times, musically it tends to be very limited, and like certain other things, at my age tends to give me a headache... but, I digress. Rap.. well, imho in general it's bad poetry put to someone else's music by people with inferiority complexes so severe they have a need to prove themselves by whatever means... although there is the rare exception. Then there are pop artists that have no real talent other than being able to hold a note after learning how to harmonize with the radio who just have really good production teams... ( I'm sure not everyone will agree with my views : ) )

    Part of why Mraz and Mayer are so good is because they know their music history which only people with a true love of music bother with... you can see the influence of crooners like Sinatra and Crosby in Mraz, and Mayer has obviously been heavily influenced by blues (the mother of rock) and classic rock. Those who truly love music, not just a particular genre, tend to make the best musicians imho.... just like anything else in life, it's best if it comes from the heart.

    To quote an old Saturday Night Live skit... more cowbell...

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    bands that improvise as they play tend to put on the best shows cause its different for them each time too. rockstars hate the grind too.

    anthrax persistance of time was a great album but the tour sucked worse than a jim stafford concert

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    I am really liking this thread, for someone like me, on the younger side of life it's cool to hear what other people dig. I enjoy any type of music and this is a great way to "taste" if you will, the other types of music out there...
    Jeets said he wouldn't tell Turbine. ;(

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    i heard these 6 songs on my way to work this morning, no commercials, no blah blah talk radio. just some goodness to get you going in the monring. free radio rules!

    kiss - God of Thunder - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgkLhfiGIqY

    Kiss - Love It Loud - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oESjf...eature=related

    Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yohU9...eature=related (my fav stones song by far)
    Rolling Stones - Can't you hear me Knockin? - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aunnM...eature=related

    Traffic - Dear Mr Fantasy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_nwbTeIN4Y

    Traffic - Low SPark Of High Heeled Boys - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PU7MP...eature=related

    Two for Tuesday FTW!

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    Brad ~ 20th Century (Yes, that's Stone Gossard from Green River/Mother Love Bone/Temple of the Dog/Pearl Jam)

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    Straws Pulled at Random

    What solace, lies in the arms of fate
    -The ill embrace of uncertainty
    When did I leave this, in other hands
    -To be pulled down at chance

    Ripped away by destiny-claws
    Am I another of fate's possessions
    Dwelling, the lie of freedom
    Just another straw pulled at random

    Reclaimed by deceiving, time
    A silent judgment I can not overrule

    Drawn back into the origin-vortex
    Uprooted and ground to dust
    Retracted into anti-existence
    A magnet repelled by life's polarity

    Denied the self control of fate
    We flow suspended in semi-life
    Until the ever imminent day
    When oblivion claims our breath

    Nowhere indefinitely. Not dead, not alive
    Existence-patterns ripped of symmetry. As will and
    Fate divide.

    Have I appeased the gods of fate
    Am I allowed another day
    Must I die to escape
    The scanning eyes of death
    HURRY~ RG

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    Going with a little Jazz today....

    US3 ~ Cantaloop Flip Fantasia
    which is based on Herbie Hancock's Cantaloupe Island (nice Jazz Fusion version with Pat Metheny on guitar)

    For you Bass lovers, here's a little Jaco Pastorius
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    Default peace out

    last song of the work day

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X572Mp_r46E

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    "I am the lizard prince, soon to be the lizard king."
    Jeets said he wouldn't tell Turbine. ;(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comfortably View Post
    "I am the lizard prince, soon to be the lizard king."
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D4QX...eature=related

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    Default have a good weekend and a swell memorial day assbags

    in memory of some of my fallen heroes

    www.sendspace.com/file/tc5z4t - Warfield Theatre - March 30, 1983 - Jerry Garcia

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0Y3K1WOS - jimi friggin hendrix

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/midlw5 - Mikey Houser

    http://www.fastdownloadarchive.com/s...ection%20(2007) - Johnny Cash

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