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The Pagemeister, November 20, 2007 in Other Bands / Music
My favourite Fleetwood Mac record for late-night listening.
Instead of playing "Dreams" or "Don't Stop" for the billionth time, radio should play this beautiful Christine McVie song. In my Fleetwood Mac All-time Top 10.
One of the hard rock and metal CD compilations I made in 2007.
A great track from my favorite Fairport Convention album. A gripping traditional story song, the wonderful Sandy Denny, and a fantastic ending jam. Fairport at their peak from December 1969. This entire album is amazing.
I went on iTunes and bought some music and then made a playlist. I wasn't as careful as usual with ordering but it should still be a good playlist. Check it out. Classic rock.
Once again this playlist doesn't have a compelling theme and is based on what songs I purchased today rather than browsing a collection. Casually ordered. iTunes
Playlist 3. Was harder choosing songs this time around but found some nice ones. I'm used to buying LPs on CD, not singles from a variety of artists. Can't get Achilles Last Stand because you gotta get the whole album. I will get the CD thanks and upload it onto my playlist that way.
From Fairport's early 1969 lp Unhalfbricking. This tracks builds slowly throughout. Great jam starting around 6:00. Sandy Denny is fantastic. It is little wonder that Robert chose her to sing with him on Battle of Evermore.
Playlist 4. I was quite disappointed in that I couldn't find any newly recorded rock songs since 2000 that can stand next to bands like Led Zeppelin, Journey and all those other legendary rock bands of the 60s, 70s and 80s. You'd think there would be at least one band out there that can write good tunes like that but there aren't, they all stayed in college and became CEOs or something. I turned my focus to folksy stuff and discovered a couple bands I didn't hear before. iTunes has become addicting.
Jethro Tull Aqualung kicks ass.
Happy 40th anniversary
On 11/20/2007 at 9:11 AM, nemos9 said:
Seattle 1973 Winston Remaster
Seattle 1973 Winston Remaster
And here is a link to the YouTube version. I'm watching/listening to it right now.
The announcer tells the girls in the front that they need to get off tonight. lol
I wrote this out as I listened to the concert so if something's missing or wrong, sorry.
Seattle - July 17, 1973
--- splice ---
Rock and Roll
Over the Hills and Far Away
Misty Mountain Hop
Since I've Been Loving You
The Song Remains The Same
Ten Years Gone
--- splice --- 1hr 8m
Dazed and Confused
--- splice --- 1hr 44m
Moby Dick with Drum Solo
Song - I can't remember the name of this song
--- splice --- 2hr 19m
Short Guitar Solo
Whole Lotta Love
Blues Song - Shake em On Down
--- splice --- 2hr 41m
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