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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by dante1963, Sep 15, 2020.
How could I not know this existed?
That’s a lot of firepower on one stage.
Let's be honest, if you were in that line-up, you'd hope someone said: "Maybe Jeff should take the solos..."
And Jimmy just kind of gave it a pass. It looked like they wanted him to take one, and he decided not to join in the head cutting.
Jeez, who's missing from that line up lol. I'm sure in other takes he had space.
Yeah, as usual, Jeff Beck slays it. He has been a guitar God since I was a little kid.
That's probably best.
Shoulda' been a poll.
Jimmy did kind of chucka chucka his way on out of there
My first band was drums, bass, guitar and keys. But toward the end of the night, our keys player would play bass and our bass player would pick up a guitar and we’d just rock all the way out for five tunes or so. “Firehouse” by Kiss, “Black Dog,” and “The Train Kept A-Rolling.” I don’t know that I’ve ever felt more pure joy than playing this tune at full tilt.
I feel that.
Let's do some time traveling.
The movie "Blow Up" - 1966
Let's go back a little more.
See thats my argument for the R&R HOF. Where else do you get to see stuff like that. Everybody gets mad because of this or that. I just want to enjoy the show that I’ve watched every year since it’s been on TV. Where can you see Legends play live on TV? It don’t matter who is on.... somebody good is gonna play.
Paul Burlison can tear it up and I'd rather listen to him than a barrel-full of guitar heros.
Yes. He was a big dog.
Beck, Page and _______ would say so too.
I like the Jeff Beck With Darryl Higham version. That he nails that Burlinson/ Grady Martin style intro
Darryl Higham is a great guy. He has done a bit of work with Jeff Beck and Johnny Brunette's son Rocky.
Ditto. I often would get bored when I'm jamming with others on 12-bar stuff, and everybody and their dog wanted a turn on lead. But on Train, it was a different story. And most players won't step up to try a turn at lead. Loud and Proud. I think Aerosmith's version is one of their stronger songs, in my opinion.
When you have Dick Wagner playing the solos...hell yeah.
Yeah, my band mates knew the Yardbirds version, but Aerosmith’s record was fresh in 1973, and we keyed off theirs.