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JoePasko2002

JoePasko2002

Member Since 01 Jul 2015
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In Topic: Opinion wanted...Trash Crashes

24 June 2017 - 11:24 AM

Can't say I actually need another cymbal, but that wouldn't necessarily prevent me from buying another one, of course.  I have been interested in trying one of those floppy-looking Turkish Bee cymbals.  Do any of you use one ?  


In Topic: fathers day

18 June 2017 - 10:46 AM

... but he would have been much happier if I had played in a Polka band :-0

 

There's still time !  


In Topic: fathers day

18 June 2017 - 09:44 AM

My dad passed in 2013.  He was an intensely avid fisherman and musician (mandolin & banjo).   He taught me how to fish and how to play music.   I enjoyed fishing with him, but it never became a major activity for me in my adult life.  My brother and sister are still big-time into fishing.  But they never got into playing music, whereas I am the only musician out of the three siblings... and my father was the main inspiration for that.  Isn't it funny how that works.  

 

 

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In Topic: OT: What Is Your Favorite LIVE Album?

28 May 2017 - 09:05 AM

 

"Blow Your Face Out" - J. Geils Band 

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Yes, and add "Full House" to the list.

 

Also, Humble Pie at the Fillmore.

 

And surprised no one has mentioned Frampton Comes Alive yet. The 35th anniversary live set is pretty good too!

 

 

Some live albums aren't much more than 'Best Of' albums with applause.

 

It is not uncommon, either, for musicians to overdub additional tracks onto the original live tapes, before the live LP is released.

 

The best ones are raw and real and put you right into the audience at the concert.


In Topic: OT: What Is Your Favorite LIVE Album?

28 May 2017 - 07:30 AM

"Blow Your Face Out" - J. Geils Band 

"Live At The Cellar Door" - The Seldom Scene (bluegrass; no drummer, but fantastic live set)

"Live Wire" - The Dyna-Tones (polka; with Larry Trojak on drums and the late, great Scrubby Seweryniak on vocals & concertina)