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this, from of an observer of one of baddy's threads:
"I've not read all 71 pages of this, but has anybody mentioned Rush? I can't think of a more talented threesome and I'm informed they're outstanding live performers, capable of playing just about anything."
made me start this. liking a song is quite different from recognizing a band where all are talented, and it meshes in a way where we, the listeners, are taken.
allow me to start by mentioning adele. great voice. would anyone state that, after seeing a show, they were impressed by the band? i doubt it. while she may be a great songwriter to some, this thread is dedicated to those bands where everyone in the band could go out on their own any day.
so, who do you think are the bands with immense talent?
It's all a matter of taste. I like a lot of obscure progressive instrumental music.
Ive seen these guys live more times than I can remember. They're some of the most technically proficient musicians alive and their style reflects a merger of so many different genres. They defy genre classification and all of their songs are extremely diverse. Their shows are amazing.
More strange instrumental stuff
sadly never had the chance to see this group live.
Nice idea for a thread ! Let me sneak in here and mention a great Guitar Group from quite some years ago called " The Ventures " ( they knew how to make the Guitars ring ! ). For a lot of folks their main introduction to this group was thru the theme song for the " Hawaii 5 - 0 " TV show. I just watched a couple of clips of " The Ventures " over on YouTube and they brought in Max Weinberg as the 2cnd Drummer for the " 5 - 0 " theme ( and he was also in the clip playing on the song " Wipe Out " ). In the clip where they showed " Apache " they had Peter Frampton join in with their band on that song. Btw the earliest clip of this group that I found goes way back to 1960, wow, even I was still a youngster way back then lol.
to my highlight, you might like this album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMHkYijJW3M
to the rest of your post, i would agree that classifying musicians has gone out of style. for many years, influences are vast.
as far as bands go, rush is one that would certainly be on the list. anyone of the three could have their own band (and, they do put on a helluva show).
cream and the who are two from way back that i think of similarly.
tool is another . maynard has formed many successful bands prior to the lawsuit about the artwork. the drummer for tool, danny carey, played a show in minnesota using a glass drum set.
Going way back to the old days again I recall a song entitled " Pipeline " done by The Cantay's. For sci-fi fans how about " Telstar " from " The Tornados ( it's way out there man lol ).
Ah Rush. 'One likes to believe in the freedom of music...but glittering prizes and endless compromises, shatter the illusion of integrity'.
Rush was a great band and one of my all time favorites. They had depth and a refined sound. From my experience, there were some people who didn't like Getty Lee's voice .
I feel U2 is another great band.
G'day music lovers. Most on here,myself included play songs we grew up on. We need modern music,unknown bands.I like all styles of music,im not stuck on one particular style.I just heard this,dont know who they are or where there from,lol. Cool tune though!
I like this, probably coz im in a sombre mood.
I just noticed, you look like this bloke Alex
This is a badass tune.
Well i grew up on 70's and 80's music so all new blood are welcome to post, it would be much appreciated. What you got for us Tamar? Not Justin Beiber i hope,lool
no doobie brothers ? come on!