What Are You Listening To Right Now - Page 757




 
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Boots
 
October 26th, 2012  
Trooper1854
 
 
Just listened to Train live on Radio 2.
They are good! The vocals are as good live as they are on their album.
October 27th, 2012  
FreyaCat
 
 
October 28th, 2012  
hawky94
 
 
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Boots
October 28th, 2012  
Sara
 
 
[QUOTE=rattler;640503]Wow, that is really an unexpected take on things.. Had a good laugh, kind of made my day...!

OTOH, sheīs rather blue, ainīt she? Hereīs to all blue ladies out there...







Rattler



You might be surprised and it's good to know a few laughs can be brought on by such a comment. (which ofcourse were meant to be accepted. (happy they were)
I haven't listened to Dean Martin in quite a while and your post changed that sad fact. For that I'll share this nice one with everyone while adding a story.
Although this one is meant for the girlfriends and wives of our soldiers, I think of the children while posting this one.
My son was recently in a fast food chain (as most soldiers love this healthy addition to their regular meals). While standing in line he heard the words "daddy,,you're home". He turned around and there was a young girl running to him ready to hug someone she thought was her daddy. (my son)
I'll never forget this and as he told the story I could see the sadness in his eyes, imagining all the children who may do this every day, and one day maybe his own.
God bless these children. I don't say it mildly nor does it never cross my mind when I see them now.

Here's an oldie and a goodie.. hope you enjoy.

October 29th, 2012  
Trooper1854
 
 
I needed a laugh so I listened to this:


First time I heard this I was in my car.
I was laughing so much I had to pull over or I was going to crash!:lol :
October 29th, 2012  
rattler
 
 
...to just another dead singer this year: Natina Reed (Blaque) got run over by a car, same as her mentor LeftEye before, just two days short of her 33rd birthday, leving a 10 yrs old son behind.

I did not like many of her songs, but some few very much, here they are:



If someone could point me to the full version of the second song it would be much appreciated.

R.I.P.

Rattler
October 31st, 2012  
rattler
 
 
...currently listening to the "Grand Masturbation", or should I say the "Long" one, its exactly 1:41:22 hours of it, guitarists doing it for themselves...

Thanks to the lifted time limit we now find stuff on youtube that we were always looking for but never dared to search for seriously...

One of the gems that I ran into researching the new long posts is this live concert of three of my 10 guitar gods,
Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Yngwie Malmsteen, in Denver donīt know when (guessing early 90s), and in this order (and, of course, together at the end of the concertīs last 30 minutes, though its not the best part of it).

Enchanting, fascinating, and almost too much (you need a big joint, spare time and a good equipment to really succesfully process all this input).

So different and so alike, and sooooo different: For me, Malmsteen comes off best, probably because his tunes are often baroque classic based and hence provide a memory factor, or because of his Finnish soulīs darkness, or because of the drummer ever so pushing... Go tell...


Enjoy!

Rattler
November 4th, 2012  
Sara
 
 
For the ones who have it in them to ask and really mean it.

Thank you


November 4th, 2012  
hawky94
 
 
November 6th, 2012  
Yossarian