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80's Classic Rock / Re: Jeff Healey Band
« on: October 18, 2018, 02:16:15 AM »
Live at Montreux 1999
Great show!

90's to Present Classic Rock / Re: Greta Van Fleet
« on: October 18, 2018, 02:13:43 AM »
When the curtain falls live on the tonight show

90's to Present Classic Rock / Re: Greta Van Fleet
« on: October 18, 2018, 02:11:24 AM »
ACL Music festival 2018
Kick ass set.

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: Corrosion of Conformity (C.O.C.)
« on: October 18, 2018, 02:08:05 AM »
They still sound pretty good live.

Albatross live Impact Festival 7/28/18

Toronto Opera House full concert 1/9/18

Progressive Rock / Re: Saga
« on: October 18, 2018, 02:05:30 AM »
Here is a good clear quality full show from last years farewell run.
Krefeld Konigpalast (wherever that's at  :D) 9/11/17)

On the loose 3/11/17

Here is a cool live representation. The live broadcasts 1981-84. This includes  England 1981, Dortmund Germany 1981, Montreal 1984, and Hammersmith Odeon, London 1981

80's Classic Rock / Re: Jeff Healey Band
« on: October 09, 2018, 08:15:04 PM »
Talented dude. Didn't realize he died so young. I remember Angel Eyes. He was blind wasn't he if I remember correctly? good singer and guitarist.

QUEENSRYCHE: / Re: If Scott Doesn't Return to the Band
« on: October 09, 2018, 08:05:02 PM »
how the hell long is Scott gonna let this go on without having the courtesy of making a god damn statement and advising the band of his intentions. This is getting beyond ridiculous. Is that kid starting kindergarten now or what? wtf  >:(

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: Motley Crue
« on: October 09, 2018, 08:01:54 PM »
and he sure as hell sounds like it too  >:D

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: Rough Cutt
« on: October 03, 2018, 10:30:02 PM »
Here are some live performances both old and new.
1984 live Hollywood (not the greatest quality but better than nothing)
Take Her/Piece of my heart 2016 Hollywood
Piece of my heart Live in Japan 1985
Black Widow live Rainbow Bar & Grill 4/22/18

Monsters of rock cruise 2018
Take a chance
Dreamin' again
Take her

Take her from the live album

Queen of seduction demo 1983
Prowler demo
House of pain
Take it or leave it demo
Kids will rock

Paul Shortino has formed a new group billing themselves Rough Riot featuring guitarists Chris Hager (Rough Cutt) and Carlos Cavazo (Quiet Riot/Ratt), bassist Sean McNabb (Quiet Riot/Lynch Mob/Dokken/Rough Cutt), and drummer Dave Alford (Rough Cutt). I guess that signals the end of Rough Cutt for now, but three of the members are present and accounted for here.

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Rough Cutt
« on: October 03, 2018, 09:42:53 PM »
LA California metal band formed in 1981, originally consisting of Paul Shortino (vocals), Dave Alford (drums), Jake E Lee (guitar), Claude Schnell (keyboards), and Joey Cristofanilli. Craig Goldy replaced Jake E Lee for a time prior to the release of the bands first release. The band only released two studio albums. Two songs with Jake E Lee were released on a compilation album of LA's Hottest Unsigned Rock Bands, those songs were "A little kindness" and "Used and abused". One other song featuring Goldy was released on the compilation album KLOS 95 1/2: Rock to riches, that track was "Try a little harder".

With the lineup of Paul Shortino (vocals), Amir Derakh (guitar), Chris Hager (guitar), Matt Thorr (bass), and Dave Alford (drums) the band released their debut album in 1985. This lineup would also release their second and last album Wants You in 1986. Rough Cutt Live was released in 1996 featuring three studio tracks. They appeared on the Super Rock 85 festival vhs recording which featured four of their songs along with performances by Dio and Foreigner. Shortino left the band following Japan tour dates in late 1986 and he then replaced Kevin DuBrow in a Quiet Riot lineup which released one album. Rough Cutt tried to briefly continue with new vocalist Parramore McCarty (formerly of Warrior) before disbanding.

Shortino reformed Rough Cutt in 2000 with a new lineup that featured guitarist Jimmy Crespo (Aerosmith), Sean McNabb (Quiet Riot) on bass, James Garrett on keyboards, and John Homan (drums). This lineup released an album "Sacred Place" in 2002 under the name Paul Shortino's The Cutt, the album featured guest appearances by Brad Gillis, Carlos Cavazo, Howard Leese, and Chuck Wright.

The classic lineup from the first two albums, having reunited once before for a one off show in 2002 in Hollywood, reunited once more in 2016 performing some shows and they played the 2018 Monsters of Rock cruise.

Take Her
Piece of my heart (J. Joplin cover)
Double trouble
Dreamin' again
Black widow
Never gonna die
The night cries out for you

Here are the two songs with Jake e lee
A little kindness
Used and abused

The song they did with Craig Goldy, but I believe this is the pre debut album demo recorded by the classic lineup and released on the anthology cd.
Try a little harder

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: Kingdom Come
« on: October 03, 2018, 08:44:34 PM »
The tour kicked off in Seattle Sept 27th. The blabbermouth article below just gives some short video footage with no sound.

Here is some footage and audio from Sacramento, CA 9/29
Shout it out
Kottak solo/ Get it on
What love can be (cut version, by the recorder not the band)

It's not bad, sounds decent. I definitely prefer Lenny over Keith, we'll see after a little time to get in a groove and get comfortable if he sounds any better.

Someone Else? / Re: Ticket sales & Service fee's Bitch Session
« on: September 28, 2018, 08:57:37 PM »
no surprise here, those scumbags. But there is no fixing the event ticketing market. All the other ones that have popped up ticket fly, axis or whatever they're called, they all charge ridiculous fees too. It's a no win situation.

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: Motorhead
« on: September 28, 2018, 08:54:34 PM »
I like that Stones cover, I heard that commercial, instantly knew it was Lemmy  8)

« on: September 28, 2018, 08:52:08 PM »
Libel  ;D ::)

Well he does think he's a lawyer, as well as a journalist.  >:D

Me , I changed a light bulb yesterday, that makes me an electrician. Oh, and I replaced the ball valve on the toilet last month....Yep. I'm a fuckin plumber  C:-) 8)

80's Classic Rock / Coney Hatch
« on: September 28, 2018, 08:49:49 PM »
Canadian hard rock band that released three albums in the eighties. Then reformed sporadically over the years for shows and released a fourth album in 2013. Led by guitarist/vocalist Carl Dixon (who also went on to play in April wine and The Guess Who) along with lead vocalist/bassist Andy Curran, guitarist Steve Shelski and Dave Ketchum. 

Interesting fact, James LaBrie of Dream Theatre was a brief member of the band when they tried to formulate a new lineup without Dixon in 1986. LaBrie recorded demo tapes with the band and performed several months of live shows around the Ontario area but the lineup was short lived due to the record company's disapproval of the lineup, I assume by that they meant LaBrie's vocals. They then tried another lineup with a different singer Phil Naro, which also was short lived.

Coney Hatch (1982) Released internationally by Mercury-PolyGram Records and Casablanca Records (Japan)
Outa Hand (1983)
Friction (1985)
Best of Three (1992)
Four (2013)

Devil's deck
Full debut album 1982
Blown away (2013)
Don't say make me
Monkey bars
Down and dirty (live 2014)

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