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Saw these guys in concert last night. Fifth or sixth time I've seen them (I forget). Highly recommended...

 

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Got me some DVDs the last months to enjoy some concerts, and each and every day I listen to music as much as I can.

The stuff I've been listening to the most the last weeks is George Jones, and Wade Hayes (Hardcore Country), Black Sabbath with Dio, and Early Ozzy solo records, Bee Gees, and LOTS of Phil Collins & Genesis, which I've been rediscovering...

If you can get the Heaven &badword Radio City Music Hall DVD with Ronnie James Dio, DO IT! It's one of the best live shows on DVD I have ever seen.

In my list of future DVD purchases I have the 70's McCartney/Wings show that a buddy of mine told me about.

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47 minutes ago, mongoose1983 said:

Got me some DVDs the last months to enjoy some concerts, and each and every day I listen to music as much as I can.

The stuff I've been listening to the most the last weeks is George Jones, and Wade Hayes (Hardcore Country), Black Sabbath with Dio, and Early Ozzy solo records, Bee Gees, and LOTS of Phil Collins & Genesis, which I've been rediscovering...

If you can get the Heaven &badword Radio City Music Hall DVD with Ronnie James Dio, DO IT! It's one of the best live shows on DVD I have ever seen.

In my list of future DVD purchases I have the 70's McCartney/Wings show that a buddy of mine told me about.

All excellent choices...

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On 7/27/2019 at 6:45 PM, Frog Jumper said:

Lots of 2019 Tool concerts...

Terry

 

With the upcoming Tool album coming out I’ve been revisiting their catalog again. 

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REO Speedwagon, Bob Seager, Paul Rodgers, Triumph, Rush, Def Leopard, Saxon, Pink Floyd, 38 Special 

Driving down the Highway Tunes, i like to rotate once a week between 6-10 CD's

next week Survivor, Journey, The Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, Night Ranger, Billy Squire, Bad Co., The Henry Paul Band, 

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On 8/5/2019 at 5:53 PM, mongoose1983 said:

Got me some DVDs the last months to enjoy some concerts, and each and every day I listen to music as much as I can.

The stuff I've been listening to the most the last weeks is George Jones, and Wade Hayes (Hardcore Country), Black Sabbath with Dio, and Early Ozzy solo records, Bee Gees, and LOTS of Phil Collins & Genesis, which I've been rediscovering...

If you can get the Heaven &badword Radio City Music Hall DVD with Ronnie James Dio, DO IT! It's one of the best live shows on DVD I have ever seen.

In my list of future DVD purchases I have the 70's McCartney/Wings show that a buddy of mine told me about.

Saw The Oz at Cow Palace in the early eighties right before Rhodes died, Like Stevie Ray just died way too soon, i always imagine how much more music they could of shared.........................................................................................................................................................................It's truly Heaven and (H)-ell here on earth.

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5 hours ago, ACCEL said:

Saw The Oz at Cow Palace in the early eighties right before Rhodes died, Like Stevie Ray just died way too soon, i always imagine how much more music they could of shared.........................................................................................................................................................................It's truly Heaven and (H)-ell here on earth.

Ah, how many of the BIG names played the Cow Palace... You were there in Dec 1981 then. Lucky you! :)

Anyway, not sure you know but Randy Rhoads was going to leave Blizzard of Ozz right after that tour's final show to study classical guitar at UCLA. He wanted to go a complete different direction musically. And yes it would have been great if he would have left more recorded music. He was --and still is- one of the greatest guitar players in Rock N' Roll history!

 

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20 hours ago, ACCEL said:

REO Speedwagon, Bob Seager, Paul Rodgers, Triumph, Rush, Def Leopard, Saxon, Pink Floyd, 38 Special 

Driving down the Highway Tunes, i like to rotate once a week between 6-10 CD's

next week Survivor, Journey, The Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, Night Ranger, Billy Squire, Bad Co., The Henry Paul Band, 

Also a really good list... I've seen five of those in concert in the past few years (REO, Def Lep, Saxon, 38 Special, and Bad Co) along with ELO, Motley Crue, Alice Cooper (twice), Judas Priest (twice), Styx, Mark Knopfler, Tesla, Sting, Elvis Costello, Joe Jackson, Joan Jett, Heart, Uriah Heep, Violent Femmes, Colin Hay (of Men At Work fame) and probably some others I've forgotten. Really wanted to see Rush, but my wife isn't a fan and I couldn't justify a $200 ticket just for me.

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21 hours ago, ACCEL said:

REO Speedwagon, Bob Seager, Paul Rodgers, Triumph, Rush, Def Leopard, Saxon, Pink Floyd, 38 Special 

Driving down the Highway Tunes, i like to rotate once a week between 6-10 CD's

next week Survivor, Journey, The Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, Night Ranger, Billy Squire, Bad Co., The Henry Paul Band, 

Good bunch of rockers! Your list is missing Bachman-Turner Overdrive! :)

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Music Makes Magic............................................

 

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On 8/8/2019 at 6:59 PM, mongoose1983 said:

Good bunch of rockers! Your list is missing Bachman-Turner Overdrive! :)

BTO, I'll have to shop for them, i have so much Vinyl and CD's. (and DVD's) another great addiction!

i usually start collecting like well, when you mentioned BTO.

How about Joe Bonamassa? his story, his music made me cry. caught him one late night on PBS, and who comes on stage with him during his performance Paul Rodgers and Eric Clapton, i wept like a new born babe HA!😂

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It's been raining and chilly for a few days.  

This song popped up on Alexa.  For now, I like it.  

 

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