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QUEENSRYCHE: / Re: Operation Mindcrime 2017-2018 Tour Dates and Footage
« on: August 16, 2018, 02:59:33 AM »
Geoff hits some highs in this version.

After the guitar solo a few surprises...

Welcome aboard, MrDeris  8). Enjoy the forum.

I personally think that second link (radio station full band acoustic performance of Eyes of a Stranger) is damn near flawless and is impeccable all things considered (age, his vocal struggles over recent years). I enjoyed that one very much. You can't deny the recent improvements and effort. It's nice to see, he's obviously in the later years of his career and this may perhaps be his last vocal quality resurgence. I just enjoy the good clips when they happen at this point.

I appreciate the warm welcome !!!

June 30th 2018. Geoff Tate brings Dallas the 30th anniversary of the Operation: Mindcrime tour Full Show . Missing Needle Lies and Encore

 That Dallas footage was pretty good, pretty decent quality.

Someone Else? / Re: Best Drum/Percussion solo's
« on: August 16, 2018, 01:50:31 AM »
Jazz great Art Blakey 1959

Art Blakey, Billy Cobham and Simon Phillips Montreux Jazz Fest 1982

Someone Else? / Re: Best Drum/Percussion solo's
« on: August 16, 2018, 01:45:23 AM »
Here are a few more, I was skimming around on the tube checking some out.

Michael Shrieve-
with Santana in Japan 1973

Vinnie Colaiuta-
 w/ Herbie Hancock Buenos Aires 2013

Zildjian Day 1983

w/ Frank Zappa Zeets solo Capital Theatre 1978

QUEENSRYCHE: / Re: Chris DeGarmo on new Alice in Chains CD
« on: August 14, 2018, 03:54:14 PM »
He needs to get off his airplane for a minute and make a guest appearance on Queensryche's new record and make a guest spot at a west coast show or three is what I think he needs to do. It's long overdue and would add so much good press for the new record. 

Progressive Rock / Re: Uriah Heep
« on: August 14, 2018, 03:51:23 PM »
Great to see Lee, Hope his health holds up. Great drummer and seems like a good dude. Nice to see Ian Paice and some rock greats spending some quality time with him during his cancer battle.

Someone Else? / Re: Oldies But Goodies you may not have heard
« on: August 14, 2018, 03:48:42 PM »
Here is another short lived band that was signed by Apple Records
John Lennon liked this band he was involved at times with them
as producer, backup vocalist and with the Plastic Ono Band played in
concert with them.

Elephants Memory- Super Heep

Elephant's Memory "Liberation Special"

Madness Elephants Memory 1972

Elephants Memory-Baddest of the Mean

Elephant's Memory - Cryin Blacksheep Blues

Elephants Memory Gypsy Wolf (Backup Vocal John Lennon)

elephants memory - running man

Elephants Memory - Hot Dog Man - 1969

Yoko Ono w. Plastic Ono Band and Elephant's Memory - Midsummer New York

elephant's memory - old man willow

Elephant's Memory - Don't Put Me On Trial No More (by EarpJohn)

Elephant's Memory - Brief Encounter

far out and groovy  :D some of that stuff was cool. I was digging some of those  8) a more psychedelic Fifth Dimension vibe there. 

« on: August 14, 2018, 03:45:58 PM »
No doubt, hope so  :D

Where the hell you been, Justbob?  you guys all gotta come out of the shadows man, if the place stays active he won't close this place down.

I guarantee you if this place went down, Brian would have a celebratory re-opening and get his long winded last word in at that time (take note NJFF, I'd bet my left nut ( and throw in the right one as a bonus) that is what would happen.  >:D

QUEENSRYCHE: / Re: If Scott Doesn't Return to the Band
« on: August 14, 2018, 03:29:39 PM »
That would very cool, hope that is accurate. That would be a major positive as the new album details and teasers can't be too far in the distance. That doesn't really explain the situation regarding who played drums on the new record and why, but as we get closer I'm sure we'll find out.

« on: August 14, 2018, 03:26:00 PM »
 ;D 8) Very likely scenario possibilities Livgrnfan, he likely has been just trying to out wait this forums existence before doing so, or he likely would have already done it  C:-) >:D

« on: August 09, 2018, 10:31:35 PM »
always funny looking back how the personal butthurt following his "personal grievances" with certain members of the band soured his grapes and altered all the prior praise  ;D >:D
Ruined his forum too, IMO  8)

90's to present Heavy Metal Bands / Re: Alice in Chains
« on: August 09, 2018, 10:27:53 PM »
That new tune is pretty bad ass, like it  ;D

Great live show there too, checking that out now. Sounds pretty good.

QUEENSRYCHE: / Re: If Scott Doesn't Return to the Band
« on: August 08, 2018, 04:02:34 PM »
Here is a novel idea, if in fact, as nobody seems to know as of yet. Scott is in the process of ending touring or retiring or what not. We have discussed the farewell tours and that regarding all the different bands. The below link is a death metal band from New York called Suffocation, they are doing a farewell tour with their original singer, as it appears afterwards they will continue on with a new vocalist.

They could be onto something here, how about "farewell tours" celebrating when a prominent member of a band is going to retire or hang it up?
Queensryche could do a Scott Rockenfield farewell tour and I'm sure quite a few people would probably turn up for that given the number of folks who have said his leaving would be such a big deal? thoughts on that one? or bands in general doing that to celebrate a main component of the band stepping aside? I found that interesting.

would help if I added the link to give an idea on what I'm speaking about.

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: RATT
« on: July 07, 2018, 01:53:03 AM »
The new lineup, for anyone that gives a RATT's ass  ;D
no significant well known names to be had here, at least quite a few people knew who Cavazo and Degrasso were.

Progressive Rock / Re: YES
« on: July 02, 2018, 11:47:18 PM »
Yeah I read about that but thought he had returned to duty since that situation, maybe not  :-\

The we also have the other Yes touring lineup of ARW capitalizing on the 50th anniversary and releasing a live set

seeing some rumblings around the net that are saying Rabin has said he is not continuing the ARW project deep into 2019 as he has other pending soundtrack etc. work lining up that he wants to pursue and resume. if that is the case I don't think we'll be seeing any new studio material from those guys.

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