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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Ive just put the word out on FB. Ive got some pretty good music contacts in Montreal so I might be able to get some meaningfull feedback. The best thing about Lez Zeppelin is you get to have a crush on Jimmy Page without feeling awkward about it lol ;) Post Edited (06-May-12 07:19)
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
brucenyc1 wrote: > A petition ' We want Lez Zeppelin ' with enough signatures > would prob tip the scales towards a show . A local promoter > would see the interest and start crunching numbers . Yeah that would definitely do it. I can tell you that I've been to Zeppelin cover shows, or more specifically Zeppelin 'tribute' shows where the band does the costume and dress. So that is to s
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
If they seriously wanted to I'll put the word out! We can make a facebook event page and I can at least invite my MTL peeps. A good venue for them might be "Le National" in the gay village. About an 800 person spot.
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
I followed news around these guys for a while back in the early 2000's! I'd say its possibly one of the hottest things I've ever seen. I've seen video's; they're really good and I've always wanted to see them. Tell them to come to Montreal Bruce! :P Cheers Post Edited (02-May-12 13:46)
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
:)
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Sangreal Sea wrote: Carol King comes to > mind as well because she was apart of that 70's pop think tank > that pumped out allot of "class of 76" type hits" Ok, my bad on the Carpenters song - (the Carpenters didn't write their own music did they? :-P kidding kidding ) What I was thinking of was the partnership with Gerry Goffin - but still, I'm trying to find where
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
carolb wrote: > Aine wrote: > > Leonard Cohen too....though I'm getting a bit tired of more and > more cover versions of 'Hallelujah' being played on the radio! > > Carol Yes! I used to live a few houses away from Leonard here in Montreal. He used to let the people next to me use his washer and dryer cause they didn't have hookups! He's rarely home nowadays and spends most
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Aine wrote: > I was having a similar conversation the other day when it first > broke that Robin Gibb is in a coma. We might laugh at the 70's > and disco, but when you listen to their music now, it's > downright brilliant. The songwriters of the 60's and 70's and > even into the '80's were poets. The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Joni > Mitchell, Carly Simon, Simon and Garfunkel, Jim Cr
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
carolb wrote: > No, I'm Irish by nationality, but I live in Canada now! I'm > recalling my own school days in Ireland, where music theory was > most definitely part of both junior and senior curricula. I'm > not sure now, though, if it still is. It probably isn't! Oh ok? Neat-o My ancestry goes back to Ireland before tracing further back elsewhere. I must go someday. I guess as
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
carolb wrote: > > Is music theory even taught in schools these days? It was the > norm back in those decades, but I'm not sure if it's on any > school's curriculum any more. > > Carol Well, I know you're Canadian as well Carol. I went to school in New Brunswick and graduated from high school in the late 90's. During the late 1980's elementary schools were teaching music i
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
> But it’s not all doom and gloom. There are lot of brilliant and > very intelligent youngsters out there. They’re never in the > headlines though, since it’s, well, boring… Who cares what some > nerd discovered. Much more important to see what next celebrity > wannabe had for breakfast and how fat they’ve got after breakup > with another wannabe, who is now in relation wit
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
There is a distinct anti-intellectual sentiment in American culture these days that just sucks the life out of kids. When I was a kid it was COOL to know things! At least I thought it was :-P What choo readin for!
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
That would be very cool
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Cool! Great vid
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Yeah! It'd be great to have Rick Strassman back on the boards
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Ridiculous. I would never hand over my log in information
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Sam Harris?
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7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Hey Luke! I think its a smashing idea. I'll definitely participate. Cheers
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Holy cow! Thats big stuff. Hope your recover well Fuzzy!
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
brucenyc1 wrote: > It is true though certain cultures raise children with more > discipline , for good or bad . This often produces prodigy . If > a child sits watching television or plays vid games all evening > eating junk food compared to one diligently practicing 2 or 3 > hours a night who will excell at their craft ? So true. My first 3 years of guitar were spent h
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
carolb wrote: > Sangreal Sea wrote: > > > Yes I saw that one! Amazing > > > > Although, something tells me anyone could learn guitar if > > their entire family was waiting backstage under threat of > death > > if anything goes wrong LOL JK :P > > > > Why do people always think these N Korean kids will be > beaten/starved/killed if they
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Yes I saw that one! Amazing Although, something tells me anyone could learn guitar if their entire family was waiting backstage under threat of death if anything goes wrong LOL JK :P
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Yeah there are other video's of this kid as well, where she isn't quite as good. But come'on she's EIGHT for christ sakes lol
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
How cool is that
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Susan Doris wrote: > Yes, I agree! I haven't posted quite so often during the last > couple of years, but the News Desk is a regular and I certainly > wouldn't de-register as I wouldn't want to miss anything! > > Susan Hehehe.. Totally agree Susan ;)
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Yes, there really are allot of long time members. I guess its just that kind of place; birds of a feather flock together :P
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Hehe.. Well, i don't chat that often on Forums, but I try and contribute something quality if I have something worth while to say. I doubt I'll get to 10,000 any time soon hehe
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
As my 1000th post I just wanted to say thank you to you all; its stunning to think I'm coming on 8 years (in May) posting on the GHMB. I really have met great people here and of course learned soooooooo bloody much by making Grahams site as routine in my day as coffee and a bagel. Thank you Graham, Mods, and thank you to Steve Detwiler for his addictive, eclectic yet balanced News Desk updates!
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
brucenyc1 wrote: > Some of the greatest Beatles tunes were written and performed > on Epiphones . True but keep in mind that when the Beatles played Epiphones, Ephiphone was its own company and making their guitars as competitors for the best position. After Gibson bought Epi, they delegated the name to their 'B' category guitars and changed some of the materials of the manufacturing. Ep
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8 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Hahaha! Oh Rick Astley; I don't know if I'd be the man I am today without that mans never ending inspiration
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