Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by luddite, Aug 13, 2012.
And today 2012 never sounded so good.
Those situations are when I pull out my favorite version of DSOTM.
It frequently takes folks a bit to realize they have been dupped.
A response to Olson Jr's quoting of a thread post by one Scuzzer:
I have fond memories of AK member Scuzzer: his witty, often insightful posts. Seems as if I haven't seen a post @ AK by Scuzzer in ages.
Perhaps this 'ol thread was resurrected with a purpose? G-d only knows. But, wherever you are, Scuzzer, know that we miss ya laddie.
Scuzzer was last seen: Aug 26, 2017. Hope all is well with him.
Madison Square Garden
New York City, NY
2 July 1977
Yep, listening to this @ the second time in as many days. Perfect audience recording.
Dub side is cool, but I kinda like the trance remixes of Wish You Were Here ...
And - is the Live at Pompei new release really Floyd?? or Gilmour??
Dave Gilmour. But it is nonetheless very good. Not as good as Live @ Gdansk (IMO), but pretty darned good.
Is this available somewhere other than utube?
Was there anything after War? Boy and October are the quintessential U2 albums for me. War is good, the rest are pop nightmares.
Of course, I'm just the opposite with Genesis. Abacab is where it started for me, the other older stuff is all Fuddy Duddy and must be listened to while drinking tea and crumpets.
Looks like its too expensive stateside "in print"
Althought it seems reasonable from overseas ...
Funny how different search engines work. I could not find this last night. You point me to the eBay links and today I have no problems finding it all over, and not for $300 smackers either.
Then again, there is always California Guitar Trio doing a smashingly good version of Echos -
Really love these guys - seen them a half dozen times in concert ...
Weird, I gave this a listen and at the same time I started the video, the radio played the album version of the same song.
Video is better...
I've noticed that with several songs. After watching the Pulse version of Comfortably numb as well as Run, the album version sounds downright subdued.
I did not know (until now) that Christy covered "Shine On..." I'll bet Christy's cover is superb. This is an album I must track down. Thanks for posting this info.
I'm a big Tom Petty fan, but the other day I decided to dig into my stash and pulled out Let Me Up I've Had Enough. Dang, what a great LP....one I had ignored but it seemed to rival a lot of his more well played stuff!
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