28 Nov 2014, 15:37 by Gounouman_hl
10 Apr 2012, 18:53 by domflo.
- Live At Sturgis
- Live At Donington*
- Music From Another Dimension!
- Black Dog Barking
- No Guts. No Glory.
- Runnin' Wild
The Allman Brothers Band
Axel Rudi Pell
- Live On Fire**
- Colour Collection
- Live At Montreux*
Black Country Communion
- Black Country Communion
The Black Crowes
- Shake Your Money Maker
Black Stone Cherry
- Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
- Black Stone Cherry
- Folklore And Superstition
Blue Öyster Cult
- Cultösaurus Erectus
- Fire Of Unknown Origin
- On Your Feet Or On Your Knees
- The Revölution By Night
- Some Enchanted Evening
- Rollin' And Tumblin'
- The Chigaco Story
- Different Devil
- Royal Albert Hall London May 2-3-5-6 2005
Creedence Clearwater Revival
20 Mar 2012, 16:34 by Wiedlyra
20 Nov 2011, 12:35 by meganebashi1893とことんNo.2を考えてみたら？
01. Hey There Lonely Girl - Eddie Holman - 1週(1970/2/21)
02. Never Can Say Goodbye - The Jackson 5 - 3週(1971/5/8～5/20)
03. Too Late To Turn Back Now - Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose - 2週(1972/7/15～7/22)
04. Clair - Gilbert O'Sullivan - 2週 (1972/12/30～1973/1/6)
05. The Cisco Kid - War - 2週 (1973/4/28～5/5)
06. Loves Me Like a Rock - Paul Simon - 1週 (1973/10/6)
07. Dream Weaver - Gary Wright - 3週(1976/3/27～4/10)
08. Fly Like an Eagle - Steve Miller Band - 2週(1977/3/12～3/19)
09. I'm In You - Peter Frampton - 3週(1977/7/30～8/13)
7 Nov 2011, 22:45 by ExiledRoyalSat 5 Nov – Frampton Comes Alive 35 Years Tour - An Evening with Peter
I'd really been looking forward to this gig as I've grown up with the Comes Alive album (I was 16 when it came out) and I have to say it was great to hear the music live.
The band are OK... keyboard player Rob Arthur is no Bob Mayo, not reproducing some of the more dextrous work on the original album, but still providing some good stuff. Guitarist Adam Lester provided a perfectly adequate rythm to Frampton's lead, and the bass and drums were solid.
The first half of the show (nearly two hours) saw the whole Comes Alive album played in its entirety, the only difference being 'Lines on My Face' featuring as the third song rather than the second to last.
Highlights for me were the aforementioned song, Shine On (some mad guitar from both players), All I Want To Be (ably helped by the enthusiastic audience), the acoustic Penny for Your Thoughts and, of course, Do You Feel Like We Do (one of rock's legendary songs.)
18 Jul 2011, 21:02 by suzqsSun 17 Jul – Peter Frampton Comes Alive! Tour
Peter Frampton came alive last night, and played his famous Frampton Comes Alive! album, not necessarily in the same order, but did start with Something's Happening. Lines On My Face came earlier in the evening, and the first part of the concert ended with Do We Feel Like We Do. Then, Peter announced a 20-minute break.
If you are only into Peter Frampton for the hit songs, the show is now over for you. You may go home. For the true fans, the second half was a great blend of instrumental and acoustical songs. And, by the way, this was one of the best-sounding bands I've heard at this venue. Sometimes the sound can be a little muddy, but not in this case. The sound was perfect and you could hear Peter's adept guitar-pickin' from the lawn seats, I'm sure.
The show started at 7:00 p.m. and ended sometime around 10:30 p.m. You definitely get your money's worth!
Hope you enjoy the video--I had Row H and thought how great that would be…
18 Jul 2011, 06:31 by Koenjihyakkei
5 Mar 2011, 14:27 by Wildebrandhttp://record.ticro.com/record/jacket/C10001731.jpg
It isn't too difficult to understand why MFSL considered this album to be a worthy candidate for an Ultradisc reissue—aside from Cannonball Adderley, you have a lineup that includes Miles Davis, Hank Jones, Sam Jones, and Art Blakey. This is a group that could take on a Barry Manilow number and turn it into a jazz masterpiece. MFSL have done the purchaser a favor, too, by including an additional track that was left off the original album. This sixth track, “Alison's Uncle”, closes out Somethin' Else on a high note, changing the flow of energy in an interesting way (purists can still finish up on a quieter note, as with the original, by programming "Dancing in the Dark" as the final track). In many ways it's a surprise that this track was left off originally—it's an excellent piece, with Adderley and Davis trading licks and solos while Jones and Blakey keep pace. Blakey also takes some terrific solos. …
14 Feb 2011, 20:07 by CGuitar2112Ab-Soul
Alice in Chains
Amos The Transparent (x2)
The Arrogant Worms
The Avett Brothers
Barenaked Ladies (x2)
Big Daddy Kane
Billy Talent (x2)
The Black Keys (x3)
Blue Man Group
Bring Me the Horizon
Buck 65 (x3)
Cage the Elephant
Carly Rae Jepsen (Yeah? So?)
City and Colour (x2)
Coheed and Cambria
Dead Letter Circus
Deathcab For Cutie
Death from Above 1979 (x5)
8 Dec 2010, 03:09 by rastronomicals6. Peter Frampton - "Do You Feel Like We Do"
5 Joe Walsh - "Rocky Mountain Way"
4. Alice in Chains - "Man in the Box"
3. Jeff Beck - "She's a Woman"
2. Paul McCartney & Wings - "Goodnight Tonight"
1. Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - "Tell Me Something Good"
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