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    Black Country Communion LIVE

    Awesome band
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    Thread Closed What Are You Listening To?

    Deep Purple
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    The Ultimate Question.. WHO IS THE GREATEST ROCK BAND OF THE 70'S?

    Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Who, Jethro Tull and Deep Purple came out of the 60s, but enjoyed their greatest success in the 70s... Bands coming out in the 70s that could be considered great would include Queen, Aerosmith, ELP, Wings, Plastic Ono Band, Derek & The Dominoes and Van Halen...
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    Asia (Official Thread)

    Re: Asia As a progressive rock fan, I felt obligated to like Asia when they first burst onto the scene in 1981. I saw them on their first tour at the Santa Monica Civic and got all their autographs on my copy of their debut album during an in-store appearance at Licorice Pizza. Even though the...
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    Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street (1972)

    Re: Rolling Stones ~ Exile On Main Street I'm listening to the expanded version now. Best Buy has added a third interview disc with Exile... :grinthumb
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    Asia (Official Thread)

    Re: Asia Downes, Howe, Wetton and Palmer were, are and have always been the original band members.
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    Rock books and literature

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    Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street (1972)

    Let's take a giant step back in time. I was walking by the cut-out bin in a department store when suddenly I noticed a copy of the Rolling Stones’ Exile On Main Street – a special double LP with a full set of trendy postcards packaged inside of a B & W collage comprising war-torn photos of...
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    Thread Closed What Are You Listening To?

    Re: What Are You Listening to Vol. 5
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    8 Track Flashback

    Yes, I remember the 1977 tour very well. I always thought it was six nights at the Forum, but it could have been seven. I went two nights at the Forum: the night Keith Moon showed up and sat in, and the final night (night 6 or 7). I also saw them the week before in San Diego. I was a bit of a...
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    8 Track Flashback

    It was quite common back in the old days that either your deck or tapes got stolen. I remember in 1975, I was riding in a guy's van to the Long Beach Arena to see Led Zeppelin. I don't remember the guy's name (he was a friend of a friend), but I remember he was big. One of the other guys in...
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    Ronnie James Dio (Official Tribute Thread)

    Re: Official Ronnie James Dio tribute thread From The hard rock community was in a state of mourning as artists rushed to pay tribute to iconic elder statesman Ronnie James Dio, who died on Sunday at the age of 67 from stomach cancer. Tony Iommi, who worked with Dio in Black...
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    8 Track Flashback

    Yeah, I had the Pink Floyd Animals 8-track, plus... Physical Graffiti - Led Zeppelin Rising - Rainbow Trilogy - Emerson, Lake & Palmer Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd Bridge of Sighs - Robin Trower Venus & Mars - Paul McCartney & Wings Greatest Hits (Quad) - Chicago War Child - Jethro Tull And...
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    Thread Closed What Are You Listening To?

    Re: What Are You Listening to Vol. 5 To be honest, I never really liked Rainbow that much after he left. Love Live Ronnie James Dio!!! :oy:
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    Thread Closed What Are You Listening To?

    Re: What Are You Listening to Vol. 5 Just listened to "Stargazer" this morning. :grinthumb
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    Ronnie James Dio (Official Tribute Thread)

    Re: Official Ronnie James Dio tribute thread Very sad to hear about RJD's passing... I saw him with Rainbow, Sabbath, H&H and as a solo artist, and he always delivered. I also got to shake his hand and drink a beer with him at the Troubadour bar back in the mid 80s. A true gentlemen, a...
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    Judas Priest - British Steel (1980)

    Re: Judas Priest - British Steel Mine too. :lmao:
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    Judas Priest - British Steel (1980)

    British Steel (30th Anniversary Edition) - Judas Priest Ask any Judas Priest fan about British Steel, and they’ll more than likely confirm it is the band’s definitive masterpiece. Aside from spawning the singles, “Breaking The Law” and “Living After Midnight,” the album headed up the U.K...
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    Rolling Stones: Rock & Roll Circus

    Wow, the whole thing online. Cool...
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    Deep Purple - Made in Japan (1972)

    Re: Deep Purple: Made in Japan I kind of agree with that. :cheers:
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    Censorship of music

    Yeah, I think some of the profanity in "gangsta rap" is a bit excessive. Seems like they do it to get a rise out of people, without actually saying anything. If there's a message, it's buried too deep... The other thing about "gangsta rap" that amuses me is how these millionaire rappers with...
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    Influential Jazz Artists?

    Louis Armstrong King Oliver Duke Ellington Charlie Parker Charles Mingus Miles Davis John Coltrane Cecil Taylor Thelonious Monk
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    J. Geils Band (Official Thread)

    Re: the J. Geils Band Anyone check out the new Peter Wolf album? It rocks...
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    Blue Murder (Official Thread)

    Re: Blue Murder Great band.

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