6. Okt. 2014, 20:31 von esbartolo
3. Jan. 2013, 23:08 von Quicksand227- Favourite Albums:
- Strom Corrosion - Storm Corrosion:
- Dead Can Dance - Anastasis:
- Swans - The Seer:
- Soap&Skin - Narrow:
- Esbjörn Svensson Trio - 301:
- Beak> - BEAK>>:
- Om - Advaitic Songs:
- Portico Quartet - Portico Quartet:
9. Okt. 2012, 14:53 von toonebBelow a long, but not complete list of all the artists I've seen live:
2 Many DJ's
30 Seconds to Mars
Alice in Chains
All Time Low
And So I Watch You From Afar
Antony and the Johnsons
Auf Der Maur
Benjamin Herman Quartet
Benni Hemm Hemm
Black Eyed Peas
Black Stone Cherry
Blood Red Shoes
29. Mär. 2012, 3:26 von brotekoA Lull
Acid Baby Jesus
Acid Mothers Temple
Ad Astra Per Aspera
ashes of immortality
Ben Miller Band
Between the Buried and Me
Black Moth Super Rainbow
Blood On the Wall
Bring Me the Horizon
Cowboy Indian Bear
Dean Monkey & the Dropouts
Death Cab for Cutie
Dikes of Holland
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes
El Ten Eleven
Fourth of July
23. Apr. 2011, 4:36 von FungusMonkEvery (somewhat major) act I've seen live regardless of what I think of them
-This Town Needs Guns x2
-Tera Melos x4
-Ten Thousand Free Men & Their Families
-Infinity Shred x2
-Dr. Von Pnok
-Duck. Little Brother, Duck!
-Animals as Leaders
-Nero Di Marte
-The Fall of Troy
12. Sep. 2010, 14:44 von Opule(or the ones I like the most)
Neil Peart (Rush)
Stewart Copeland (Curved Air, The Police)
Matt Cameron (Temple of the Dog, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam,...)
Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Chickenfoot, Chad Smith's Bombastic Meatballs)
Ray Luzier (Army Of Anyone, Korn)
Pat Torpey (Mr. Big)
Simon Phillips (Toto)
Ian Paice (Deep Purple)
Dom Howard (Muse)
Brooks Wackerman (Bad Religion, Tenacious D)
Joe Satriani(solo, Chickenfoot)
Alex Lifeson (Rush, solo)
Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, Street Sweeper Social Club)
John Frusciante (Red Hot Chili Peppers, solo)
Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big, Racer X, solo)
George Harrison (The Beatles, solo)
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd, solo)
Slash (Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver, solo)
Steve Morse (Deep Purple, solo)
Eric Clapton (The Yardbirds, Cream, solo)
Tommy Emmanuel (solo)
Jimi Hendrix (solo)
2. Dez. 2009, 11:03 von purcySun 15 Nov – Chick Corea, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Return to Forever, Stanley Clarke, Lenny White
The 3pm show was extremely good. I'm less of a fan of the Flecktones with Howard Levy than with Jeff Coffin, but Levy can certainly play the harmonica. Victor Wooten predictably stole the show, and Chick Corea's trio smartly picked things up when they noticed their first two numbers had fallen a little flat in comparison to the Flecktone's set. A mass encore saw both bands return to the stage for a rendition of Corea's "Spain" that would have been a complete mess had it been played by any lesser ensemble with the same instrumentation.
23. Nov. 2009, 12:42 von FunkafonikAlright, as we near the end of this first Y2K decade, it's time to take a look back at all the best Albums that have been released in the last 40+ years.
I'll start off this extensive research with 2000, up until 2009. I'll then go back to 1980, all the way up to 1999, to then wrap things up with the 70s and before.
I'll be choosing my Top 25 Albums for each year; an ordered Top 10, and ~15 others worth mentioning. I'm also considering the live albums and EPs (~5), but they have their own section since songs on these have usually been released on official releases. The final result will be a Top 1000 for Official Albums, and Top ~250 for Live/EP albums.
These are general rankings of how I see them today, but note that I haven't necessarily discovered and enjoyed all these albums on their released years, some I discovered years later. So these are also based on how important (to me) some of these albums were at the time.
(**) are the complete albums I was into at that time;
22. Nov. 2009, 18:55 von FunkafonikOne of the thing I love the most about music is the chemistry between players in a band.
My tastes basically revolve around the genius chemistry 2 musicians can develop
so these lists reflect not only amazing technical ability but also an amazing mix of styles backed up by great songwriting as well.
Dream Rock Lineups (guitar/drums/bass/keys)
Prog-Favorites: Nuno Bettencourt / Mike Portnoy / Geddy Lee / Derek Sherinian
Prog-Crazy: Steve Vai / Mike Mangini / Victor Wooten / Jordan Rudess
Prog-Spacy: Alex Lifeson / Virgil Donati / Geddy Lee / Kevin Moore
Prog-Funky: Nuno Bettencourt / Mike Portnoy / Les Claypool / Derek Sherinian
Prog-Bluesy: Blues Saraceno / Dennis Chambers / Tony Levin / Keith Emerson
Prog-? : Mattias IA Eklundh / Neil Peart / Dug Pinnick / Derek Sherinian
1) Alex Lifeson / Geddy Lee (Rush)
2) John Petrucci / John Myung (Dream Theater)
1. Feb. 2009, 3:32 von yan463I'm doing this because I'm bored. My answers will take the following form (in Backus-Naur-esque form):
I reserve the right be be indecisive and to give multiple answers to questions that want a single answer. If I cannot think of an answer I also reserve the right to be impulsive and give the first answer that pops into my mind, though it may not be the best answer. In addition I am answering the questions based on a top 50 list that will likely be inaccurate shortly. Got that? Ok, on to the survey...
1. How did you get into 29?
I heard good things about Jaco and Shorter and the band in general. I found Heavy Weather at Barnes&Nobel and liked the sample clips. I picked it up.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
(Béla Fleck & Edgar Meyer)
"Bug Tussle", the first track on their album Music for Two.
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33?