Posted On:9/20/2011 9:46am
Style: BJJ, wrestling
I really like this album. These guys impress the hell out of me. They're not pop stars, they're musicians.
Shut the hell up and train.
Posted On:9/20/2011 12:01pm
Style: Ex-Tiger KF, ex-SanDa
Originally Posted by Res Judicata
It's not usually my kind of thing, but I've listened to this album at least a dozen times.
Adele has some soul. I approve immensely. One of my and my gf's favorite singers right now.
Posted On:9/20/2011 1:57pm
Style: Trad Ju Jitsu
Originally Posted by bobyclumsyninja
Dammit! I was going to load that one for you as well!
Good show, Sir. (Yeah I was listening to it this past weekend).
Posted On:9/20/2011 2:00pm
Last edited by bobyclumsyninja; 9/20/2011 2:19pm at .
Posted On:9/20/2011 2:23pm
One of the saddest songs I've ever heard. I perform this frequently, in tribute to the greatness of Marley, Wailer and Tosh.
incidentally, here's Peter Tosh's son, Tosh 1, performing one of his dad's cuts, at Club Lido (I was on lead guitar w/ another band on the bill, we were all opening up for the Wailers in 2009, I think). He's backed here by Dis n' Dat, a great backline, that was.
Posted On:9/20/2011 2:41pm
Another one for boby. Albert Lee.
Albert Fucking Lee. Blimey. The only annoying thing is that as he hits his stride the fucking cameraman goes AWOL. Bastard. Still, at least he was there....Enjoy.
Posted On:9/20/2011 2:48pm
Heard the Manic Street Preachers inferior cover version of this today
I prefer the origenal myself
Posted On:9/20/2011 3:25pm
It was a tie-up between Layla and Technical Difficulties by Racer X
Posted On:9/20/2011 3:26pm
I try to listen to this at least two or three times a day lately.
No day would be complete w/o a little Otis Redding.
Last edited by bobyclumsyninja; 9/20/2011 3:28pm at .
Reason: more tasty tracks
Posted On:9/20/2011 3:32pm
No autotune needed on that. It killed me when Bolton did his version. I've loved this song my entire life.
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