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Posted: 8/2/2011 6:24:38 PM
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Posted: 8/2/2011 8:38:27 PM
Jeez - no offense or anything personal, but gave a listen outa curiosity & have to say that sounds like garbage to me. Is that what passes for good rock nowadays? Not kiddin, a real question -
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Posted: 8/3/2011 1:27:51 AM
good stuff...!
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Posted: 8/3/2011 1:51:44 AM

Speaking of stripped down rock...

The Kills... Black Baloon...  URA Fever...  Sour Cherry...

Royal Trux... Map Of The City...   Lets Get Lost...

Scout Niblett... Just Do It...  Calcination...

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Posted: 8/3/2011 2:29:11 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by cashin:

Jeez - no offense or anything personal, but gave a listen outa curiosity & have to say that sounds like garbage to me. Is that what passes for good rock nowadays? Not kiddin, a real question -


Lol unto each his own.  To simple and stripped down for you?

I can't tell you what 'passes for good rock these days" as there are so many different bands in so many different genres.  I just posted this b/c its refreshingly simple imo.

Here is my fav current band out, these guys are awesome:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7LQTywqp3w
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Posted: 8/3/2011 5:28:24 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by cashin:

Jeez - no offense or anything personal, but gave a listen outa curiosity & have to say that sounds like garbage to me. Is that what passes for good rock nowadays? Not kiddin, a real question -


 I gotta agree................none of the stuff posted in this thread appeals to me at all. Some of it sounds like what used to be called "pop" in the 70's & 80's...........it's all very simple................ But, like EddieG said above, to each their own........... choice is a good thing.
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Posted: 8/3/2011 5:28:32 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by KobeMVP:

Speaking of stripped down rock...

The Kills... Black Baloon...  URA Fever...  Sour Cherry...

Royal Trux... Map Of The City...   Lets Get Lost...

Scout Niblett... Just Do It...  Calcination...



Black Balloon sounds really good.  I like it.  Seems The Kills were definitely influenced by the great Velvet Underground.  Thanks for sharing that.
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Posted: 8/4/2011 10:41:34 PM
Yeah, you guys are right - as always to each his own. Musta been in a bad mood & stupid, self centered post it was. My bad -
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Posted: 8/4/2011 11:01:30 PM

When I think of bare bones rock/r & r, I think more of something like this:

www.youtube.com/watch?v= KE4HGLmtOcg

 

 

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Posted: 8/4/2011 11:03:45 PM

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Posted: 8/4/2011 11:19:35 PM

Sorry, let's try again - these fkn links drive me nuts. Enjoy -

www.youtube.com/watch?v=KE4HGlmtOcg

 

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Posted: 8/5/2011 1:12:56 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by cashin:

Sorry, let's try again - these fkn links drive me nuts. Enjoy -

www.youtube.com/watch?v=KE4HGlmtOcg

 

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Posted: 8/5/2011 3:11:02 AM

Mugg 

Yeah, even alot of oldsters have forgotten how good the Mac were in the early days before Nicks & Buckingham. A totally different sound, but damn good. Bare Trees, Future Games, etc with Peter Green, Bob Welch & McVie as a lead singer at times - was solid stuff.

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Originally Posted by cashin:

Jeez - no offense or anything personal, but gave a listen outa curiosity & have to say that sounds like garbage to me. Is that what passes for good rock nowadays? Not kiddin, a real question -

Beholder's eye.

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QUOTE Originally Posted by cashin:

Mugg 

Yeah, even alot of oldsters have forgotten how good the Mac were in the early days before Nicks & Buckingham. A totally different sound, but damn good. Bare Trees, Future Games, etc with Peter Green, Bob Welch & McVie as a lead singer at times - was solid stuff.



 No doubt........."Hypnotized" is still one of my favorite classics.............didn't know for a long time that "The Green Manalishi" was originally done by the Mac.
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 No doubt........."Hypnotized" is still one of my favorite classics.............didn't know for a long time that "The Green Manalishi" was originally done by the Mac.


The famous Santana version of the song "Black Magic Woman" was written by Peter Green and originally recorded by Fleetwood Mac. 
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Posted: 8/19/2011 10:04:06 PM
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 I gotta agree................none of the stuff posted in this thread appeals to me at all. Some of it sounds like what used to be called "pop" in the 70's & 80's...........it's all very simple................ But, like EddieG said above, to each their own........... choice is a good thing.

 

 

 Here's an unsigned band with less than 1,000 Youtube views that I could listen to all night.  Athens, Alabama's The Shakes Be Mine.

                                Be Mine (Live)

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 No doubt........."Hypnotized" is still one of my favorite classics.............didn't know for a long time that "The Green Manalishi" was originally done by the Mac.

 

Cool - good to see a couple old, old Fleetwood Mac fans. Of course, Danny Kirwin was a huge part of the Future Games & Bare Trees albums & always liked their earthy yet sublime & somewhat ethereal roll. Would be considered rather simple & slow by alot of folks today I guess, but a classy, mellow sound it was. Hypnotized was 1 of my favs as well as Sometimes, Sands of Time & Woman of a 1000 Years. In alot of ways, liked 'em better then than their later commercialized successes, though that was good stuff too -

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