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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by vid1900, Sep 14, 2021.
Please explain the Russia part Mr Baxendale.
I remember you mentioning you wanted to see him. Hope you enjoy the concert Andrea.
Scott has an eternal hard on for EC!!!
Ask him about John Mayer.
Whoa, his head will explode!!!
And if that don’t work ,both of them together
Thanks. Saw him a couple of years back in Hyde Park at a festival and enjoyed it very much.
He said in an interview that because of health issues and his age (76) this could very well be the last time he can get out and do a tour.
EC is probably my biggest influence.
Saw him live back in 92-93 and if could swing it would catch him on this possibly last go-around. If you haven't read his Biography, check it out--It's amazing that he survived the 1970's!
I put a "?" on this thread in reference to a "deep south" comment.
It got deleted. I guess question marks are bad now.
Neil Young? He still has something to say, so do many elder artists.
Iggy Pop? You tell him.
Good for them. So does Dylan. They can all play folk music until they drop dead.
Watching Neil playing Cinnamon Girl in 2021 doesn’t cut it for me. Sorry, rock and roll should be for the youngsters as it was originally intended.
Perhaps the problem is there are very few youngsters these days who want to play in a actual rock and roll band?
Well there’s always Cardi B.
Some are pizzed he survived the 70s . I give him credit for pulling himself out of the mess he was.
And ....this is why we can't have ec threads
When I want to feel really excited by a piece of music, it's rarely rock. Kids seem to feel the same.
Neil Young has plenty of songs that are very relevant from the mouth of an older man. Hawks And Doves as a whole, for example. His recent work is, for lack of a better word, authentic to an aged artist.
The elder voice is a valid one to express and hear, IMO.
Let's face it, rock music is largely for the aged, not the young.
You might be on to something, but rock was originally for the youth rebellion.
So rock is dying and will be officially dead after all the 90’s guys dye off. That is sad.