Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by 5555, Oct 8, 2011.
Rafa is The Scorpions or Nazareth; not even (at least) Black Sabbath?
Oh¡¡ shall I make a serious move here to deffend the honour of the glorious fathers of heavy methal? My battle for Zepp left me exhausted after so many enemies around.
Nadal doesn´t hold a candle(stick) to Ozzy...although, seeing Nadal´s bottlemania I guess Ozzy would have thought of him when writting P-A-R-A-N-O-I-D
Who was the tool that said that?
Roy Orbison's Black and White ball.
The first tool is Robert Plant
The second tool is John Paul Jones
I can provide with further quotes if you want...
Seem pretty up themselves. Live,there are other bands that wipe the floor with them. I guess they never went to those shows
No band holds a candle to live Led
Improvisation and engagement and could play for hours
Rubbish. There's 100 bands I'd rather see live than Zeppelin,and as I've said,I don't dislike them...
Queen @ Live Aid
RHCP Slane Castle 03
@Radicalized.... that Radio Gaga performance is legendary!
That I've seen "live": Queen at Live Aid in 1985. Mercury had total audience control, "Queen Fan" or not. Flawless, powerful flowing set of classics and recently released material ("Hammer to Fall" and "Radio Gaga").
Aside from watching it "live," The Who Live at Leeds, as mentioned previously. It covers Tommy to The Who's version of Summertime Blues. The Who blows any band off the stage. Their Live Aid performance, in comparison, while powerful, was rough, and without Moon the Loon. The Who wasn't quite "The Who."
Ok, so this is tough , what a hard question to answer..
Cause one has a few personal favs form experience and then the hearsay and hearlisten from live albums and recordings.
I saw the Ramones once live and to be honest they were so alive and real in their music that it was quite convincing.
At the time i was into bands like The Outfield, Mike and The Mechanics,ELO, Boston and Kansas so the contrast of style and play was HUGE.
Still that concert stands out.
Also Jeff Healey was great back in the days to see + hear.
Beatles on ed sullivan is the Goat
Didn't see it mentioned:
Quoted just to remind myself how lucky I was to see and hear all this music.
I love the studio version but this blows it out of the water:
I guess progressive jazz/rock fusion doesn't comply with the OP, but, I couldn't resist:
Same song, different live performance:
I'm not sure what specific performance might be called the best, but I'm sure she did it:
or maybe this (wait for the last note):
I saw this
Ive seen alot of bands live. No one touches the who.
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