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Rate The Song Above You Part III

Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by Riff Raff, Aug 22, 2016.

  1. TeleCat

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    More early 70's British hard rock new to my ears. Good stuff. although the sax was a little misplaced I think

    7/10

     
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    Great composition, I like Tommy's greasy sounding. It's a shame, that such a talent has been gone so early... 8.5/10.

     
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    Good solid rock and roll by Bad Co. Could've been a Doobie Bros. song to my ears. A little more polished than I prefer for Bad Co. but still a great song.

    8/10

    Lets keep it in the family:

     
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    Very good song with obviously influenced by progressive rock. 7.5/10.

     
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    oh, such a good song! So intense and powerful! I have really enjoyed listening to it! 7,5/10

     
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    OK, so I'm not necessarily a Europe fan but that guitar tone for the riff reminds me of mid 70's Zappa and Michael Schenker - relly cool. They would use a wah pedal to find the tone they desired and just lock it there. So kudos to John Norum! Great guitar solo to boot. He's a talented player.

    7/10

     
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    A fave on a fender strat!...there is a great video to this also.8/10.

    Backtracking ( as usual .)

    Weed - Sweet Morning Light.

    Anyone that prefers non brand smoking ..listen to weed by Weed...all becomes clear!
     
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    Wonderful groove. Really cool song. Especially I like the keyboards in Uriah Heep's style. 9/10.
    Thank you for remembering this, Giuseppe! Most heavy Europe's song. :cheers2

     
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    What a cool song! Video rife with telecasters too so I'm immediately biased :cool:. They still rock with a reckless vibe that defies their age.

    9/10

     
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    Nice little medley...Ray had some right rucks on stage with Mick the drummer..punched his lights out one night!..decent tune 7/10.

    Think this was done by The Move and...

    ...ELO Ma Ma Belle.
     

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