Rolling Stones- Exile On Main St./ Sticky Fingers
Kansas - 2 For The Show
Frank Zappa- Hot Rats/ Live In New York/YCDTOS#2
Roxy Music - Viva Roxy
Allman Bros.- Fillmore East/Eat A Peach/Shades of Two Worlds
Gov't Mule- Live With A Little Help
Dire Straits/ Live Alchemy...
I do not.
I do remember when Kenny Aronoff did his first drum clinic at Fred's Drums in 81 (Aronoff was using a Slingerland set then) he heartily endorsed Louie McMahon as a drum instructor to all in the store.
Fred's eventually moved into a small (tiny) strip mall (from the house location) just north of the railroad tracks on Franklin Rd and just a few blocks north of Pendleton Pike. East side of Franklin Rd.. Strip mall is still there. That location of Fred's became Rick's. Rick's moved in late 1994...
Speaking of playing covers as lame......I must say this young woman may be playing a cover,but the discipline,ears and dexterity involved definitely says/shows she can handle a live band effort.
She has picked an interesting and challenging couple of covers.
I like Tool. I think D Carey is the strong point within the band,but I don't consider them prog at all. If anything,I think of them as simply heavily influenced by Black Sabbath and do not consider Sabbath prog either. Their last couple of albums seems to have a number of songs repeated and/or...
A Bass drum box is a non-conveyable item. It is quickly packed into a baggage cart crammed with other items. At input,that box is quickly thrown/pitched onto the belt. If the person at input is a diminutive individual,that box will be rolled over and over at a distance of 3-5 ft from the ULD to...