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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2011 6:26 pm 
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Ryth Underwood? Is that Ruth's sister?

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Ryth Underwood? Is that Ruth's sister?



Ooops...corrected... :smoke:


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Has Triumph been mentioned?


Really?


Why?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 7:00 pm 
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calvin2hikers wrote:
Has Triumph been mentioned?


Really?


Why?

A poor man's Rush. Maybe even a middle class man's Rush.


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Not sure what the line-up is but seeing Robin Trower in NYC tonight.


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Hot Head Show, the support group for Primus, is quite good.
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Galoot Co-Log-Nuh wrote:
BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
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lolololol



Sounds unlikely, but.. I saw these guys 5 days ago playing their new album and they were tight, very good; the drummer is great, give it a go. now this isn't blue cheer...these guys can compose and play their instruments.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 3:46 pm 
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BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
Galoot Co-Log-Nuh wrote:
BRAVO SIERRA wrote:
Los Lonely Boys

How Far Is Heaven?
lolololol



Sounds unlikely, but.. I saw these guys 5 days ago playing their new album and they were tight, very good; the drummer is great, give it a go. now this isn't blue cheer...these guys can compose and play their instruments.

My impression of these guys is combine equal parts SRV and Santana. End of story. Competent but very unoriginal.


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I don't consider Mouintain and Ten Years After power trios, because they had keyboards in addition to the traditional trio of Guitar, Bass, and Drums.

Felix p. said they actually brought Steve Knight into Mountain to play keyboards, so they would not appear to be copying Cream.

ELP has keyboards, but still only 3 members, so I would qualify them as a trio, but more of a prog trio than the traditional power trio. The same with the Police.

I agree with the post about the Who and Led Zeppelin. If the 4th member is a singer, then they are still fronting a power trio.

Robin Trower's band was a power trio and so was Rockabilly revivalists the Stray Cats.

Speaking of rockabilly, Elvis' original band was a power trio. It was just him with an acoustic guitar, Scottie Moore on Electric guitar, and Bill Black on stand up bass. They originally kept the beat by Elvis banging on his guitar and Black pounding on his bass until the addition of drummer DJ Fontana.


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Anyone who doesn't think The Who qualifies as a power trio should listen to Live At Leeds.

Aside from hard rocking covers of Young Man's Blues and Summertime Blues, the band plays some of their familiar favorites, whose studio versions included overdubbed guitar, keyboards, horns, and other instruments.

To reproduce the songs live onstage, Townsend had to play a lot more lead guitar and fills to flesh out the songs without the extra instruments of the studio version. Townsend's guitar is all over those songs and the live versions are much more hard rocking that the original studio versions.

In his prime, Townsend could make his guitar sound like 10 guitars. This album is considered by some to be one of the best live albums ever made. I can see why.


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There's a band called TRIO (therythemisodd), that was likely mentioned already, but if it wasn't they should definitely be mentioned.

http://youtu.be/LZFyQitVSqU

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What about the band that played on the DT/ZPZ tour, what was there name?...they rocked!... :smoke:


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What about the band that played on the DT/ZPZ tour, what was there name?...they rocked!... :smoke:

Which one? Scale The Summit was the opening band and played progressive instrumental stuff, then BigElf who had kind of the 70's Zep/Floyd/Sabbath vibe. I don't think either band was a trio.


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Plook wrote:
What about the band that played on the DT/ZPZ tour, what was there name?...they rocked!... :smoke:

Which one? Scale The Summit was the opening band and played progressive instrumental stuff, then BigElf who had kind of the 70's Zep/Floyd/Sabbath vibe. I don't think either band was a trio.



Scale the Summit, I think your right though...they were a 4 piece.


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