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Posted on 09-11-2011 02:33
No words necessary

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Posted on 09-11-2011 09:16
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Seinfeld's long, lost twin....

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Posted on 15-07-2012 23:19
Absolutely love this song and this performance is just incredible.

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Posted on 16-07-2012 09:15
Wanted to see him at Roskilde this year, but the planning geniuses put his performance at the same time as Bruce Springsteen smiley

He'll be back in CPH later this year though.


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Posted on 16-07-2012 17:03
Wanted to see him at Roskilde this year, but the planning geniuses put his performance at the same time as Bruce Springsteen smiley


What a dick.


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Posted on 16-09-2012 00:55
Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, Sting & Phil Collins- Money for Nothing (Live Montserrat)



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You know your band is bad ass when you have Clapton playing rhythm and Sting singing backup!



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Posted on 06-12-2012 16:36
RIP Dave Brubeck
He passed away yesterday. He would have turned 92 today.

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Laluu wrote:
RIP Dave Brubeck
He passed away yesterday. He would have turned 92 today.

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Posted on 10-01-2014 21:28
Ok how about some rock with Whitesnake. Forevermore is a track of the 2011 album with the same name. A great song and on his good day David Coverdale is amazing. His low register has become really good over the years, and his high register is goosebumpy at times. Oh and he's 62 years old. He and Dio are like good wine.

In fact he sounds almost too good. I have my doubts if this really is a live recording.




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Posted on 12-01-2014 01:51
He's surprisingly good live, but his voice is clearly not what it used to be. This recording is obviously from a soundboard, and probably had touch-ups done later. This is normal for live recordings, and David could have spared his voice in the days before the concert, and tried to give his very best on the day, knowing that it was recorded. But yeah, could well be overdubbed.

For comparison, here's the same song, recorded on a phone, at the concert I attended in Vega a couple years back: Forevermore - WHITESNAKE [VEGA, COPENHAGEN 22 NOV 2011]. Compare his singing in the third verse (~3:55 in this video, ~1:55 in your video).


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Posted on 12-01-2014 14:51
Vuzman wrote:
He's surprisingly good live, but his voice is clearly not what it used to be. This recording is obviously from a soundboard, and probably had touch-ups done later. This is normal for live recordings, and David could have spared his voice in the days before the concert, and tried to give his very best on the day, knowing that it was recorded. But yeah, could well be overdubbed.

For comparison, here's the same song, recorded on a phone, at the concert I attended in Vega a couple years back: Forevermore - WHITESNAKE [VEGA, COPENHAGEN 22 NOV 2011]. Compare his singing in the third verse (~3:55 in this video, ~1:55 in your video).


Listening back to some of his older stuff his voice was better then, but I still think that his voice has aged gracefully.

That Vega performance isn't bad but not at all as good as the other one. Also he is not helped by his backing singers singing out of tune. Even the guitar performance is drastically different in the Vega version. There is definately some tinkering going on in the Made in Britain version, but maybe that is the standard these days.


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Posted on 12-01-2014 21:44
I guess there's a chance some of you haven't logged on to Facebook in a while...

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Posted on 23-02-2014 23:44
I generally don't like Nickelback, but I like this cover of ZZ Top's Sharp dressed man




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Posted on 20-07-2015 02:09
I wish I could have posted something from last nights concert at G! but I only have shitty sounding videos. It was amazing smiley




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Posted on 20-07-2015 06:32
Sounds like playback to me, but it is a great song.


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Posted on 20-07-2015 20:40
Grizlas wrote:
Sounds like playback to me, but it is a great song.


I don't think it's playback, why would they use playback when they can play it like that live?


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Posted on 21-07-2015 08:25
I don't know, maybe it isn't playback - I'll take your word for it. I did some googling and there seems to be some discussion about whether it's playback or not, some refer to a missing "bækkenslag" at 3:07? http://gaffa.dk/nyhed/91249. It just sounded to me like there were two guitars and a base, but I only saw one guitar and base on stage. Maybe that base guitar is some sort of hybrid. Anyhow, if it sounds like that live, then it can't be playback. Tim is a great guitar player - maybe he just sounds like two guitars! smiley




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Posted on 04-12-2015 15:35
Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots, Velvet Revolver) died yesterday, aged 48.

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Posted on 18-05-2017 08:55
A sad follow-up to the previous post, as another of the 90s grunge/alt rock greats, Chric Cornell, died yesterday, aged 52.

Chris Cornell - Black Hole Sun (acoustic)





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Posted on 26-05-2017 20:30
This was the video i was talking about, Torellion.

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