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Re: music

Postby SYN_Bandy » Wed Feb 24, 2016 4:37 pm

Stumbled on this while linking up the other post...

Didn't know he had played/recorded live for BBC Four "in the day", but certainly unplugged before it was fashionable, eh?
I think I saw Blackie in the audience back there, maybe doing a bit of undercover narc? :lol:

The second song "Old Man" and at 13:00 "Heart of Gold" are definitive versions.
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Re: music

Postby SYN_Speck » Thu Feb 25, 2016 4:16 am

Yes, that's a good one, I've watched/listened a few times over the past year or two.

Hard to believe that fresh-faced youth turned into such a crusty old guy :wink:
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Re: music

Postby SYN_Bandy » Thu Feb 25, 2016 1:43 pm

It killed me when he said something like, "I know you folks might find these new songs weird", and he's playing these amazing career defining songs for a first time audience. The chick in the go-go boots and mini behind him did not seem too impressed with his style, not that he would have cared. :lol:

I can remember seeing him in concert, halfway through he takes a break from the heavy electric and pulls out a stool and just starts playing a mic'd acoustic song (no lyrics) that none of the long-time fans around me recognized. It was really very good, many fine bridges along the way, and afterwards there was silence, like everyone was waiting because they didn't know if it was over yet. Then just an explosion of applause, and when he said, "Yeah, I'll have to remember that one for later", you realized he had played that version of it for the first time, maybe refining an earlier arrangement, but the spontaneity made it work for all of us. I read years later that he apparently has every one of his concerts recorded partly for that reason. There are pieces of that embryonic song in "I'm the Ocean" off Mirror Ball, many years later.
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Awesome!

Postby SYN_DerHesse70 » Thu Mar 17, 2016 8:39 am

One of the best forever!

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Re: music

Postby SYN_Bandy » Thu Mar 17, 2016 11:04 am

BIG Zeppelin fan in the day...

There is a very good 'reunion' album of sorts with Plant and Page playing live with the Egyptian orchestra. Check it out.

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/80222634[/vimeo]
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Re: music

Postby SYN_Haashashin » Sun Sep 18, 2016 1:36 am

Couple of months ago I accidentally found an artists called Atmosphere, Slug and Ant, rappers from Twin Cities, Minnesota. Same time I found they are the founders of indie hip hop label "Rhymesayers Entertainment".

Since then I cant stop listing to music from their artists, here is a lil bit of this indie rap. Way better than the commercial main stream shit I have been listening untill now.

I watch parts of this concert at least once a day. Its amazing how they do rap with an actual band!! First I ever seen that and personally for sure the best rap live show I have seen for now.


an official video:


Prof, Twin cities, MN born and rise. Also known as "the maniac rapper". Great lyrics, crazy funny videos :lol:



And the best example of how "crazy" he is:
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Re: music

Postby SYN_DerHesse70 » Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:10 pm

That was a really great concert yesterday. One of the best that i ever saw! Amazing live sound and performance, completely sold out, band and audience in good mood!

But i'm deaf today! :lol:





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Re: music

Postby SYN_Haashashin » Tue Apr 10, 2018 7:21 pm

Didnt know him until 2 months ago but I cant stop listening to his music...and I have 8 years of it to listen :grin: :grin:

Chris Webby, not Lt_Dan sadly :lol: :lol: , 29 from Connecticut and unsigned so it could be call "underground"

His Raw Thoughts:


Killing a Dr Dre classic beat live on Radio dishing everybody..
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Re: music

Postby SYN_Repent » Tue Apr 10, 2018 7:41 pm

hey, quite like it haash, seems a bit eminem in his early years (hate his music now)

you into hip hop?
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Re: music

Postby SYN_Repent » Tue Apr 10, 2018 7:54 pm

check out this wutang freestyle haash, especially u-god who goes second

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cS7sZ1qUqnA

i dont know how to put the video on here
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