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  1. AC/DC - Powerage - just the best collection of raucous hard rock n roll ever. Riff Raff and Gone Shootin - epic. I got stuck trying to get out of Reading when we had that load of snow in late 2010, left work at 5 got home at 11.30 (20 miles) I had this on most of the time in the car - made the whole thing rather enjoyable. Stevie Ray Vaughn - Couldn't Stand the Weather.
  2. Excellent, looking forward to next year! I've seen him a few times, really like his style. I was a student at Portsmouth Poly as it was then and got to see BB King at the Guild Hall - probably 1988, fabulous he was too.
  3. Robert Cray at Pompey Guild Hall - next week. Now next year..
  4. I could hear bass and drums on the Stones effort, neither of which appeared to be in evidence from the vid's. Charlie was just farting around which was somewhat amusing. Elton and McCartney sounded terrible, Stevie Wonder - great.
  5. Mate at school sold me his Kay SG Bass for £5, I just worked it out with help from a guitarist friend and this book..https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bass-Guitar-Gregory-Harvey-Vinson/dp/B0023846E8 I really had no idea before this what a bass player did, still working on it!
  6. Tower of Power - Credit. The quick octave thing is causing some issues.
  7. It didn't make any sense at the time but it is a 5 string Sire Jazz, probably a bit heavy for him.
  8. A couple of weeks ago, on the Sunday morning after a rather good gig, I woke up and remembered a dream; this is unusual for me. It went like this.... Arnold Schwarzenegger was in my house, he picked up my bass, dropped it and the neck snapped...That's it. Given that Arnie has clear links to the end of the world as we know it perhaps someone was trying to tell me something?
  9. What long term damage is this is going to do for live music in pubs, social clubs etc? Are we prepared to gig for less money or even free for venues that will have lost so much revenue by the time this is all over? It's possible that the damage done will reduce further the venues available for bands, I don't have a good feeling about any of it.
  10. I've Been Loving You..Otis Redding
  11. How can the bloke on the Guitar not be rolling on the floor, that's possibly the most amusing thing I have seen for a while. However I do laugh at fart noises...
  12. Gig last night at The Cannon in Guildford, played there a few times - normally a good crowd - last night was a bit sparse. Played ok for the most part. The band did get a bit loud, the drummer broke a stick - we were looking at the guitarist - wasn't me gov! Gig on Friday (different band) was a multi band thing at the Railway in Winchester. We were first on and did 1/2 hour then followed by four other bands. Slightly odd cos we do function band dance, soul, pop etc - not quite sure why we were there - other than hoping for more work. The other bands were young chaps doing noisy stuff - but rather entertaining. We appeared to go down quite well in an environment and audience that were not really there for us.
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