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JazzDrumGuy

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Santana at Woodstock:

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Grateful Dead in the streets of San Francisco:
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Hendrix lighting his guitar on fire at Monterey Pop in 1967 (and behind the stage at someone's kit):
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Johnny Cash one finger saluting the warden at San Quentin Prison is also iconic but will be removed for sure
 

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Best thing about the internet is discovering vintage snaps of your favorite bands, candid moments, as if lifted from their private rolls.

I've always liked Collins and Gabriel's tea break, circa 1973.

From joining the band, Phil was always bewildered by the Genesis lead singer who brought his own bass drum to gigs. Here, I see Phil finally found a use for it.

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I'm following you up with this one.

Pete sliding on his knees while playing a monster power chord after the crazy laser light show at the the intro to Baba O'Reilly (Wont Get Fooled Again) blew my tiny little mind when I saw The Kids Are Alright at a midnight matinee in 1979. I miss 1970's rock and roll movies. I've seen them all.

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