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19 minutes ago, scraglycat said:

I've heard it said, without Pink Floyd there could be no Tool.

WARNING: May be inappropriate for young or sensitive ears.

Or Queensryche.

 

 

I seen tool has came out with a very few tour dates one is in Louisville I told my life I'd really like to see them but I think they sold out in less than 48 hours

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Musicians around the world performing "Ripple" from the Grateful Deads' 1970 album American Beauty.  This video, and the Eddie Vedder tribute to the Chicago Cubs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQWbKqFVoeQ)  are two of our favorite music videos on Youtube.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, bob_carr said:

Musicians around the world performing "Ripple" from the Grateful Deads' 1970 album American Beauty.  This video, and the Eddie Vedder tribute to the Chicago Cubs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQWbKqFVoeQ)  are two of our favorite music videos on Youtube.

 

 

Yup, subjective as it can be, there's something in our souls that makes music a universal language. ?

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Was watching Animal House the other night and was curious about some of the music so I searched a bit and came up with this Shama Lama ding dong from a group in New Zealand. As good or better than the original. It also reminded me how much I miss groups like the Spinners, Earth Wind and fire, the Commodores, etc. What used to be called Soul music. Long before Rap and Hip Hop infected everything.

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Here's some old school, twin lead guitar rock.  Might be a little too melodic for some of you, but I like it:

 

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1 hour ago, mikem said:

Time to lighten this up a touch-----------

Mike

Those guys are from here great guys Burley i went to church with when I was a teenager and that channel you got that from I've met him too you got to watch him shot a bow I promise you won't regret it

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More old-school guitar work - one of my most favorite guitar masters.

 

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