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Jugband_Blues

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  1. in "Starship Trooper" by Yes right before the guitar solo starts, and in "Heroin" on the line, "...and all the dead bodies piled up in mounds..."
  2. i think the clash and the ramones were better. but i don't know if they killed punk.
  3. Atom Heart Mother. "Fat Old Sund" and "If" are two of my favorite Floyd songs.
  4. YES!!! by far my favorite Yes song! (i know it's been mentioned but...) the B-side of Abbey Road Heroin --the Velvet Underground A Quick One While He's Away --the Who
  5. thanks guys. i just sat down with the thought in mind that i've always waited to be able to make choices about what to do with my life, and if the draft is reinstated, i'll have no choice again. it just kinda came out of me.
  6. with the possibility of future conflict in Iran looming, i wrote this to express how i feel about how i play into this whole situation. (i'm currently 16) if there’s a draft, my life is over if there’s a draft, my life is through if there’s a draft, I’ll never do things that I’d really like to do if there’s a draft, I’ll either die or come back home and never learn and I’ll grow to be an old man for my younger days I’ll yearn if there’s a draft, my life is pointless time will just have passed me by if there’s a draft, I’ll never come home and my parent
  7. why does that discredit him as a songwriter? and no one should say because he presented himself as something he's not, because that's the whole nature of the business. The Who weren't really mods, Kit Lambert just presented them that way so they'd have a following. it can be disputed if the Clash were really "punks" in the sense that they were shown to be when they first appeared. "the Clash" is one hell of a punk album, but we see once they were allowed to make the kind of music they wanted to make they strayed more towards songs with horn sections and reggae beats. could it be that they rode
  8. I've compiled some questions that I wondered about the answers to but didn't think necessarily merited their own posts. 1) In the Beatle's song "The End" who plays which guitar solo? I can pretty distinctly hear three different solos being played, but have no idea who plays which one. 2) Does anybody else own the Velvet Underground's "Loaded" and have noticed that the times of the songs on the sleeve are different than the actual play times of the songs? 3) At the end of the movie "Quadrophenia", Jimmy doesn't go off the cliff with the bike, right? What does that mean? 4) In the Pi
  9. this is like my third post on this thread but i was thinking about it the other day and had to check what i put. as it turns out it's almost completely different now. Neil Young- lead guitar, vocals Lou Reed- rhythm guitar, vocals Joe Strummer- rhythm guitar, vocals John Entwistle- bass Keith Moon- drums
  10. Rocky Raccoon, I've Just Seen A Face, I'm Looking Through You...
  11. "Heroin", "Walk on the Wild Side", and "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'?" are classics in my mind.
  12. (i know i've said this on another post but) the live version of "Over the Hills and Far Away" is by far my favorite Zeppelin song. of studio versions in no order i'd have to say: Thank You Ramble On Misty Mountain Hop Stairway to Heaven (which i notice no one has put thus far...maybe i'm just not old enough to have it been overplayed yet) The Crunge Over the Hills and Far Away Ten Years Gone Out on the Tiles Hey, Hey, What Can I Do? Kashmir
  13. oh man...two of my favorites one song i never liked that much is "Penny Lane", just not my type of tune
  14. i hate how "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" and "London Calling" are the only Clash songs ever to be played on the radio. and that thought The Velvet Underground & Nico is reguarded as one of the greatest albums of all time, i've never heard a single song from it on the radio. also, i have 157 Floyd songs at the moment, and i've probably heard 10 on the radio.
  15. this isn't music but every time i hear al michaels yelling "do you believe in miricles!?" and watch that grainy olympic hockey footage i get chills down my spine
  16. "Back in the USSR" and "Dear Prudence" "Brain Damage" and "Eclipse" (radio favorite) though both of those kinda run into each other whenever i listen to "Layla" i have to listen to "Thorn Tree in the Garden" after it
  17. The Sheagles The Chores (sorry) Supercramp Warren Shevon
  18. I have a version of "Day Tripper" that sounds a whole lot like Hendrix playing with the Beatles.
  19. "Great Gig In the Sky", "Any Colour You Like", and "Interstellar Overdrive" (all by Pink Floyd) are my favorites.
  20. this is my scooby doo based parody of the Who's, "Who Are You?" Scoo—by doo, doo-doo, doo-doo, Scoo—by doo, doo-doo, doo-doo, Scoo—by doo, doo-doo, doo-doo, Scoo—by doo, doo-doo, doo-doo, He woke up around 9 on Wendsday, he ate breakfast until noon, And ‘till eleven o’clock last night, he was chasing around a goon, Scooby found him in a beat-up shack, he had checked there on a knack, Scooby Dooby saved the day again, someone get that dog a scooby snack! oh Scooby Doo, (Scoo—by doo, doo-doo, doo-doo) how do you do it Scooby Doo? (Scoo—by doo, doo-doo,
  21. the one on the "Rock N Roll Circus" is pretty sweet, but i like the one from Live at Leeds more.
  22. in no order: Strawberry Fields Forever Rocky Raccoon I'm Looking Through You Carry That Weight/The End/Her Majesty Got To Get You Into My Life I Am The Walrus Dear Prudence Rain Blackbird Tomorrow Never Knows
  23. Seeker, what albums are your fav. songs from? the only one i have is "Go To The Mirror, Boy!"
  24. Clapton was pretty stylin' with a beard for a while
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