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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by stratman in va, Nov 15, 2012.
Thin Lizzy....as much as I can find in my collection.
I just came across this Canadian guy Afie Jurvanen, known as Bahamas, while looking for guitarists who play Silvertones. He's not playing a Silvertone in this video, but he does have silver foils on his Strat. Nice groove on this one.
And, OMG, such a beautiful rendition of Snowbird:
I’m listening to a cat meowing to get in the bedroom my wires trying to sleep in !
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Birds enjoying the ripe mulberries as I drink my coffee on the deck.
Suzi Quatro new album “In Control” and it’s awesome!
I played this (poorly) today, so it will be on a loop in my head for the day.
A good friend of mine makes some really interesting electronic music, all synths, but more atmospheric...not beat-driven techno sort of work. He's been very prolific of late so I've been poring over a slew of his recent releases.
In the car I'm listening to a couple of mix-CDs I made of 80s new wave stuff I used to jam back in the day. Fun trips down Memory Lane. I find that a lot of stuff I listened to back then doesn't hold up too well now...sounds dated or cheesy or I've just changed to the point where the lyrics and music don't move me like they did when I was in my teens and 20s, but I would argue that (for all the cheese) the 80s still produced a large number of interesting and innovative bands and artists.
My sweetheart just discovered an all-girl band from NorCal called Rainbow Girls. Man, they are awesome! Super talented players, and each one is a multi-instrumentalist. They do everything from gutbucket blues to old high lonesome country/folk to smoky atmospheric jazzy songs to even zydeco-sounding material. Incredible harmonies and really interesting lyrics and approaches to music. A lot of it is acoustic, but they use all kinds of instruments:
Also recently got into this band The Stroppers from KC,MO. Serious, sweaty, real-deal, no-nonsense rockinroll...sort of a more raw Black Keys maybe? Real good, blues-based rock. Good stuff from some young'uns: