Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Big Rob, Jan 19, 2018.
Got rid of that sound in '85 and haven't heard it since.
Why was OMJ's wife bitching at you?
Tonite it’s Arthur Feddler & the Boston Pops , later a bit of Perry Como before bed time .
A tape from a Bob Dylan concert; 1980 Toronto Canada.
O.K.A similar sound from a similar source,alright?
On further reflection,another serious contender would be Guided By Voices.Not by chart success but because Robert Pollard can write a great pop song at the drop of a hat.With the addition of riff machine Doug Gillard,he took them to a whole other level."Everywhere With Helicopter"totally kicks ass.Great quote:
Interviewer:You've written over 500 songs.How do you do it?
RP:I'm Guided By Voices.
And for anyone who likes big fat guitars making a glorious racket,today I was listening to Amplifier's"Trippin' with Dr. Faustus"in the car.Freakzone indeed.
All ready for tonight's Sabaton/Kreator show
My son had one hell of a first concert experience. He took to live music like a fish to water
For the benefit of the oldtimers on here I usually listen to tinnitus.
I feel your pain. I have it too. I thought it was an electrical circuit in our house, like a dimmer that wasn’t fully turned on. It’s maddening.
Bob Dylan Tangled up in Blue
On this day I would be remiss if I did not mention Anathema.Their emotional and majestic music never fails to lift me up,however down I may be feeling.With two strong lead singers,one male and one female,they never fail to hit the mark.The gal's singing(she has one of the sweetest voices I've ever heard)is exceptional.For all the ladies out there,her rendition of the song"A natural disaster"is the ultimate torch song.And the song"Untouchable Parts I&II"is living proof that love is the only thing that matters.<3
My bad.This has been edited to read Untouchable rather than Unforgettable.A thousand pardons.
I think I posted an Anathema vid earlier, off their new album, but here is another good one...