Thanks for the love Dan! Hope to see you there! -R Dub
Didn't destroy anything for me! KXCI, Calexico, Sergio & the guys... In the Barrio by the Tucson Museum of Art!! Take those phony casino concerts and toss your money to the wind... Local music and art and radio and people will be here and support you... the other guys won't.
A taste http://youtu.be/PmC0XiwBG3E
Nobunny really, really does love you.
funny now but marshall tucker and still's were thretened much like the 99% of the music industry.West vs. East/u.s. vs.u.k./it was when rock and roll was such a $$ industry
that [like most things>even beyond alien films] it felt strong need to protect itself.
Now one has to live or die on "MERCH" and me ,at least i understood what was what.It will allways be in the gold busting ,crop dusting Petticoat Junction's where Uncle Joe is the warden to a young man's game.
He loses the deed in the 1st season.
So Mr. Mendez, when am I going to get my payment for acting as an assistant editor? The title should read: "For Your Consideration: Whole Lotta Helter Skelter, a Beatles/Led Zeppelin Mashup." At least you kept it British. Cheers mate.
Wow! And they do it all without that unnecessary third guitarist too. It would be cool if they also did material from Bruce's solo albums from the '90s, for these songs were far more original & innovative than anything Maiden has recorded since their "Powerslave" LP.
Post script: More cowbell!
Shouldn't the title of this article be "The Original Iron Maiden" or "The First Iron Maiden?"
This material is fresher and more original than anything I've heard from the well known Iron Maiden since their "Powerslave" days.
Does this mean we have to refer to Steve Harris & company as The New Iron Maiden from here on out? I'm sure they would love that! I checked out a couple of the other tunes also and thought they were cool. Thanks for the music history lesson Mr. Werner!
Brandon: It worked for me just now. Maybe try a different browser?
Site no longer works, boooooo!
Very cool video - love these guys.
FYI: Apologies for being late with this. I would've thought someone might have caught this by now. But, although Brubeck was a great player, bandleader, arranger and composer, he did not, in fact, compose "Take Five," and that error was perpetuated widely via the Internet in the days following his passing. Alto saxophonist Paul Desmond actually wrote that tune, and he is featured prominently in the video accompanying this posting.
John Travolta is disgusting in every way except the way he moves. I could watch him all day long. I'm sorry, but if you can like R. Kelly, I'm *totally* entitled to liking John Travolta's moves.
Tucson Gimmick Bands. Soo clever!
Awesome! Thanks for the information.
Yes sir! We all have our opinions and just like...well, I'm sure you know the rest.
You got me there, AZ/DC.
For your edification, you can look through my Tucson Weekly work here (http://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/Article…). There's music content on the first page about indie rock act Divine Fits, some of the extensive writing I've done about music you might actually enjoy.
AZ/DC: I actually love '60s and '70s R&B/soul/etc. (and further back even...I throw on some Wynonie Harris or Louis Jordan now and then as well), but I also think your sensitivity on the subject is sort of hilarious. Before the end of the year, I'll hit 5,000 posts combined on The Range and We Got Cactus. The percentage of content about '90s R&B is somewhat minimal, right?
Regardless...preferences! They are magical and entertaining!
Urthboy (politically charged hip hop that will please people who miss the 90's[sic])
Turnabout is fair play Dan. If you're actually reading this I can hear the "touche" you are currently uttering.
Anyways, this is a great promotion for a great music station! They do play a wide variety of acts & they seem to ignore those awful things that we can all benefit from not having to listen to or hear about. Please write about more stuff like this when you decide to write about music in the future.
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