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ALLANAGAIN Posted - 18/03/2011 : 03:10:48
Alabama 3.accoustic + unplugged @ Dingwalls London.
Realy good gig!! 3 bands for 18 admission...NOW..That,s more like it!
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ALLANAGAIN Posted - 08/03/2016 : 15:19:54
Saw Peter Hook and The Light in Reading Sunday. Great show started with a JOY DIVISION set !
dyecraig Posted - 10/02/2014 : 03:52:06
hey gang, long time...
janelle monae is the future of soul/r&b - amazing show @ lincoln theatre.
sparks 2 man show @ 9:30 a bit underwhelming (to me)
looking forward to:
jonathan wilson @ 6th & I synagogue
kraftwerk @ 9:30
tinariwen @ 6th & I
mr. nick cave @ d.a.r. constitution hall
primal scream was to play 6th & I as well, but the entire tour was bagged
ALLANAGAIN Posted - 20/01/2014 : 13:47:25
Hiya all..was a good summer in London..saw the Rolling Stones at hyde Park.
BEST gig of the summer for me personaly was The STONE ROSES at Finsbury PARK.
Loved this band for years neverthoughtid get to see em..Great live.
The Sean Meadows film Made of Stone is well worth a look at the tour from last year,My last gig was Happy Mondays here in August..good show, although i was worse for wear.
Happy gigging people
Joe Morris Posted - 05/02/2013 : 02:49:41
damn fine show - they've started showing it late on tv here in the NYC area

Heres me giving a go to his most recent single Talking to you (is like talking to myself):

I probably do Say it isnt so better:

I hope Daryl does that show a long time, cooking and jamming with guests like Todd Rundgren (who produced H&O's War Babies

Bet most of the shows are online (Live from Daryls house started as an online show) so if you must hear Daryl doing an obscure Three Hearts In The Happy Ending track with Badly Drawn Boy or somebody, thats your excuse:
dyecraig Posted - 04/02/2013 : 02:25:27
Yes, and apparently held together by wooden nails for their superior acoustical qualities!
It's a beautiful place and they are still having occasional shows there. I hope they can keep the place going.
Daryl Hall has a show called 'live at Daryl's place' on palladia & the internet - he's got a similar set up and says he can see Woodstock from his house! Cool show w/Smokey Robinson this week.
Joe Morris Posted - 04/02/2013 : 01:29:03
wasn't that a barn?
dyecraig Posted - 12/05/2012 : 03:23:00
Levon was just the greatest singing drummer of all time.
Went up to Woodstock a few Falls back to the Midnight Ramble - what a wonderful evening of music and good vibes. Before the show had simply the best Japanese chirashi ever. They said it was Levon's regular hang. Simone Felice's band "The Duke and the King" opened.
Tried to dig it, but they were insufferable (sorry).
Looking forward to Radiohead @ Verizon, Wilco @ Wolf Trap and Outside Lands @ SF.
Joe Morris Posted - 06/05/2012 : 23:42:39
good tribute to Levon in the most recent issue of Rolling Stone (obama cover
John E Posted - 06/05/2012 : 22:58:36
The best band I've seen this year are Simone Felice's band with Simi Stone. Here's their great Radio song with a moving tribute to Levon Helm at the beginning:
dyecraig Posted - 17/08/2011 : 16:56:22
I thought this thread was strictly for Love-oriented gigs?
Anywho I caught Alice Cooper in Pittsburgh last Friday.
Well, he did record a version of '7&7 is" once - not great...
bob f. Posted - 15/08/2011 : 06:10:27
Canned Heat was Smokin' HOT !!!!! Harvy Mandel lead guitar!!!!! WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Country Joe McDonald did a solo playing a Gibson hallow-body electric, and was fan-****ing-tastic!!!!!!!!!!
...what the world needs now...
bob f. Posted - 13/08/2011 : 21:58:24
I'm going to see Country Joe McDonald tomorrow at Warner Park !!!

...what the world needs now...

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