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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Roach769, Nov 24, 2021.
The Cure was one of the best live shows I’ve ever seen. An always in the rotation band for me.
Pffft - we *all* do that *all* the time.....
Nice, all her songs I’ve heard are cool with great bass and drum parts, very much in the disco realm.
This chick has some serious pipes, I like it gritty!
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Happy to see Tycho getting some love 2x on the thread’s first page.
I also like this stuff:
This whole album is dope, too. The final track gets me rapt.
Justin Timberlake...just so damn catchy
I don’t have guilty pleasures, as I’m a fan of good music. But I remember years ago when I was heavily into death and black metal (still is), I felt quite alone with my crush on Sade.
I still listen to Sade now and then, and everytime I want her to give me a big hug
Linda’s is the best IMHO
No longer guilty for anything I like.
When I realized I liked “Careless Whisper” it was time to stop judging and just enjoy the Music. I read he auditioned several saxophone players to get the sound he wanted.
I'll second that.
I saw Linda at the Troubadour around 1969 not long after she left the Stone Ponys. My girlfriend and I sat at a table about 7-8’ from center stage. She was memorizing. I could not take my eyes off her.
Southern Rock from the 1970's is one I have. Outlaws (Green Grass & High Tides), Lynrd Skynrd, Molly Hatchet, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Rossington Collins (Don't Misunderstand Me), 38 Special.
I saw her twice.
January 1975 at Occidental College a relatively small venue. Stage was dark, then the first chords of “When Will I Be Loved” are struck and you hear her blast out “I’ve Been Cheated…been mistreated, when will I be loved?!” Lights on, Andrew Gold’s band goes full in and then she starts the verse. Blew me and the rest of the audience away, everyone leaping to their feet. Pandemonium. Amazing performance. I clearly recall how pure her voice sounded.
Around a year later I was in a bar on a weeknight in Hollywood and she was in the adjoining booth with a guy who looked like Chris Hillman’s image on the cover of SHF Band’s first album.
Nothin’ guilty about that. Good grief, those guys could rock!
And a few others.
I saw a bunch of them in New Orleans circa 1973-7
Nowadays many of them could be marketed as "Country".