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Classic piece of 70s era r&r with one of my faves, The James Gang.  Of course Joe kicks ass.  But check out Jimmy Fox' drumming.  Very, very good rock drummer.  

From one of the greatest live albums ever recorded, and which appear as much tamer versions with the Velvet Underground.   Guitar duo of Dick Wagner and Steve Hunter is beyond incendiary.   Both ridic

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my all time favorite Steely Dan song.

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How in the hell did I miss this one? This is bitchin'!

My personal favorites so far after one listen:

Edge of the World

The Machine

Florida Man

The Alchemist

 

Can't really say there's a dud on the entire album, though.

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Me and my old college roomates were reminiscing yesterday about a Little Feat concert we went to in 1978 about 6 month before Lowell George died.

Are people still allowed to listen to this song? 

 

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16 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

Page and Beck.  Listen to this sound in 1966 on a reworked "Train Kept A Rollin'".  Incredible.

 

Listened to Jeff Beck Truth this weekend.  Forgor how good that album is.

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4 minutes ago, Peace Frog said:

Listened to Jeff Beck Truth this weekend.  Forgor how good that album is.

That record is ridiculous, especially if you factor in the era and the band lineup.  Rod Stewart, Mickey Waller and Woodsy playing bass?  lol  How insane is that?   I bought Truth as a double record set with Beck-Ola.

If you're a Beck fan, I hope you have seen his shows at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club.  I was left with my jaw on the floor.  And again, what a friggin' band.   Vinny C. on drums?  Damn.

Always an innovator with a unique approach, Beck went to another planet with his guitar phrasing and technique.  No one touches this guy.

 

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