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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2009 8:20 pm 
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Answer;MB knows,like I, that after FZ made Alice Cooper all the rest were posers! :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2009 9:00 pm 
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I think the most overrated guitarist is MMMMMMMMMMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEe!!!!!
I cant play a lick but I can play 3 chords,in the back over by the dodge!
All the folks say "I could be really great" If I'd cut my hair,and get an attitude,turn table,lots of records to ruin and
gizmos,with drum machines then...Get this "The right clothes"
I think they overrated me! :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 4:30 am 
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Frampton is great, the guy can play anything. For hard rock his work with humble pie is great.

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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 6:30 pm 
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BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
Frampton is great, the guy can play anything. For hard rock his work with humble pie is great.


I went to a Peter Frampton show a few years ago and he sounded great and put on an excellent show, thumbs up for the Frampter.


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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 7:34 pm 
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BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
Frampton is great, the guy can play anything. For hard rock his work with humble pie is great.

don't forget steve marriott. 8)

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Lumpy Gravy wrote:
BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
Frampton is great, the guy can play anything. For hard rock his work with humble pie is great.

don't forget steve marriott. 8)


Humble Pie was a top list band for my gang back in the 70's and 80's, I actually was listening to SMOKIN the other day, great album. What was the name of the live album that had the killer version of 30 days in the Hole, as I recall it was super long version, I believe also I Don't Need No Doctor was a long killer live version on that album also?


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PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2009 11:14 am 
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Plook wrote:
Lumpy Gravy wrote:
BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
Frampton is great, the guy can play anything. For hard rock his work with humble pie is great.

don't forget steve marriott. 8)


Humble Pie was a top list band for my gang back in the 70's and 80's, I actually was listening to SMOKIN the other day, great album. What was the name of the live album that had the killer version of 30 days in the Hole, as I recall it was super long version, I believe also I Don't Need No Doctor was a long killer live version on that album also?

I think that was on Live at the Fillmore. I haven't heard that in a while.
I picked up Smokin one day for the song "(I know) You're no good for me" and
"hot and nasty". that era also reminds me of the james gang live at the Fillmore album before joe walsh was mainstream news.

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My first concert was the James Gang - Spooky Tooth (Gary Wrights band) - Edger Winter group (with Rick Derringer as Lead) the hot song was Frankenstein. What a flash to the past, I went with my sister and her friend, Long Beach Arena.


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WOW I'M flashing back Spooky Tooth, great Band. Edger Winter plays occasionally with the Ed Palermo big band, playing Zappa tunes.

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BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
Frampton is great, the guy can play anything. For hard rock his work with humble pie is great.
don't forget steve marriott. 8)
Plook wrote:
Humble Pie was a top list band for my gang back in the 70's and 80's, [...] What was the name of the live album that had the killer version of 30 days in the Hole, as I recall it was super long version, I believe also I Don't Need No Doctor was a long killer live version on that album also?
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I think that was on Live at the Fillmore. I haven't heard that in a while.

yeah, I'm pretty sure you're talking about 'live at the filmore', but 30 days in the hole?
are you sure you're not thinking of 'I walk on gilded splinters' (by dr. john, made into a 24-minute version by hunble pie...?)

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yeah, I'm pretty sure you're talking about 'live at the filmore', but 30 days in the hole?
are you sure you're not thinking of 'I walk on gilded splinters' (by dr. john, made into a 24-minute version by hunble pie...?)[/quote]

Hey I can barely remember what I had for dinner yesterday and I have not heard that album for a long time, I'm sure your right.


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four day creep [ida cox] – 3:46
i'm ready [humble pie, words by willie dixon] – 8:31
stone cold fever [humble pie] – 6:18

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i walk on gilded splinters [dr john creaux] – 23:25

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rollin' stone [muddy waters arranged by humble pie] – 16:07

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hallelujah i love her so [ray charles] – 5:10
i don't need no doctor [nick ashford, valerie simpson, j. armstead] – 9:15


steve marriott - guitar, vocals, keyboards, harmonica
peter frampton - guitar, vocals
greg ridley - bass guitar, backing vocals
jerry shirley - drums

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Plook wrote:
Humble Pie was a top list band for my gang back in the 70's and 80's, [...] What was the name of the live album that had the killer version of 30 days in the Hole, as I recall it was super long version.
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I'm pretty sure you're talking about 'live at the filmore', but '30 days in the hole'?
are you sure you're not thinking of 'I walk on gilded splinters' (by dr. john, made into a 24-minute version by humble pie...?)
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Hey I can barely remember what I had for dinner yesterday and I have not heard that album for a long time, I'm sure your right.
I don't remember what I had for dinner yesterday, either, so that's ok. 8)
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One thats underrated is Johnny Winter. Second Winter has some great guitar playing.


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One thats underrated is Johnny Winter. Second Winter has some great guitar playing.


When a teenager we would play Jonny Winter live constently.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:10 pm 
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John Denver :mrgreen:

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I liked Robin Trower kind of a Hendrix knock off, but good

Would he be over or under???


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RBs kool But the guy in Paul Revere & The Raiders was #1 in 16 Magazine back when Hendrix,Beck,Zappa,Clapton,Page,Green/Spencer/Kerwin/The Real Mac! An everyone else was Smokin" too!
But 16 Magazine said to our folks "these boys are safe! Be hip and dig it" So why do adults think that the youth of today would buy the same crap now? And who the hell was the guitar player w/PR&R 16 mag?From65-69?
BTW They are a kool Vegas type act if you-well what ever you do! :mrgreen:

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dweezil. :P

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dweezil. :P


I got to ask you to prove it Lumpy.
and why? :mrgreen:

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Plook wrote:
I liked Robin Trower kind of a Hendrix knock off, but good

Would he be over or under???


I like Trower alot. I'd say underrated. I think the Hendrix comparisons get overblown. His music has a different vibe - more subdude and introspective maybe - not so much the rock 'n' roll lunacy of Hendrix. I was going to go see him in May but the show was rescheduled to July when I have other plans. That's two times in three years I've aborted plans to see Trower for my son. The first time I gave my tickets away so I could see my son compete in a Pinewood Derby race and this time I'm taking him to the ocean. Sorry Robin.


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Plook wrote:
I liked Robin Trower kind of a Hendrix knock off, but good
Would he be over or under???
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I like Trower alot. I'd say underrated. I think the Hendrix comparisons get overblown. His music has a different vibe - more subdude and introspective maybe - not so much the rock 'n' roll lunacy of Hendrix.

trower's song 'song for a dreamer' (co-written with keith reid), from the procol harum-album 'broken barricades' was a hommage to hendrix.

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Mark Knopfler, without any doubt.

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