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#31 WNYTractorTinkerer ONLINE  

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Posted April 27, 2014 - 09:17 AM

OK-  This thread is showing off the olde members!  LOL

 

Led Zepplin IV or ZOSO was next..  

 

 

220px-Led_Zeppelin_-_Led_Zeppelin_IV.jpg

 

 

For the youngsters in here the album artwork was cool as well as the creativity of the rock in them..  

We old-sters grew up in an age (60's & 70's) of ROCK MONSTERS and their legends live on!  

*Many present day artists are remaking lots of them..  

It was also a great time for the country musicians who sang the "old country' and I also loved them..

 

Another great decade was the 90's and into the new millennium with Metallica, Nirvana, Sublime and such..  

 

We were listening to a country music station yesterday and I turned it off..  

The song we were listening to was horrid to put it lightly..  It was a fusion of Country and Rap..  (gives ya 'Crap' in my thinking!)  

Hopefully someone will come out with something better soon..  

 

This song has been rolling around in these old ears lately and I can't get it out.. 

 

It's been a long great ride and music has gotten me though some awful times of late..   


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Posted April 27, 2014 - 05:06 PM

I'm always afraid to talk music with young tikes nowadays. They give me a raccoon stare when I tell them I always liked Cream. They treat me like a senior . . .   well you folks born before 1960 know what I'm sayin'.

 

 

(I'll give you a hint: Cream featured Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker.)

 

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=pkae0-TgrRU


Edited by LilysDad, April 27, 2014 - 05:10 PM.

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Posted April 27, 2014 - 06:39 PM

I'm always afraid to talk music with young tikes nowadays. They give me a raccoon stare when I tell them I always liked Cream. They treat me like a senior . . . well you folks born before 1960 know what I'm sayin'.


(I'll give you a hint: Cream featured Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker.)


Long haired hippy music IMO lol
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Posted April 27, 2014 - 11:44 PM

Bet there isn't to many that even heard of this cat. Leapy Lee, Little Arrows.

I was with my father and mother at a tavern and the lady was there changing the records in the juke box. I bought it for 10 cents.

I think it was 1969, or there about. Still have the record.


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Posted April 28, 2014 - 08:00 AM

I never bought a record, I was in the "tape" era but not for long then went to CD's.

The first tape I bought would have been "Cake", but that's when I was young (like 9)

I then moved on to all the greats! like

Pink Floyd,

Alice Cooper,

Eric Clapton (and yes Cream too)

Lynyrd Skynyrd,

Tom Petty,

Journey,

Boston,

Grand Funk Railroad,

Led Zeppelin,

Jimmie Hendrix

and about any other "Classic Rock" group out there.

 

I also listen to 90's music, like

Counting Crows (really really good)

Nervana

Red Hot Chilli peppers

Creed

and ect.

 

I play Bass in 2 bands, one is a get together every 2 years and play a concert, I have played 2 concerts now and it's great.

We play all of the classics, the other band members are in their early 60's and they are professional!

Here is a video of a drum solo by Jimmie Wallace

https://www.youtube....h?v=3t-iAFD2Zm4

 

 

The other band I play with is a get together once a week and just kinda mess around and again we play the classic rock songs.


Edited by BTS, April 28, 2014 - 03:16 PM.


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Posted April 28, 2014 - 10:37 PM

I did find the 45 rpm ( I think ) big record of what else ? - The Travelling Wilburys . After dealing with things that twist you around , this music fits .




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