Posted On:8/31/2012 2:22pm
Style: Trad Ju Jitsu
1977 Eddie and the Hot Rods. BBC Top of the Pops. This is a great performance with good sound. The 'live' version from that era is Terrific but doesn't sound as good as this studio version. Good stuff.
Posted On:8/31/2012 2:35pm
The Rolling Stones at Knebworth in 1977. The poster has the date wrong. I was there and the bastards turned up after Midnight - about 4 hours late. I tried to sleep (so did most).
Anyway, Not Safe For Work.
I feel like you eyeballin' me, dawg!
Style: Judo, BJJ
I am a fruity pants. This song actually chokes me up.
I feel like you eye-bawlin' me, dawg!
Posted On:8/31/2012 2:44pm
Deep Purple in Noo Yawk in 1973. A slew of songs. Minor point, the Smoke On The Water riff was asserted by Blackmore to be a thumb exercise. Well, in this he does indeed demonstrate 'live'.
I have emotions.
Posted On:9/01/2012 6:06pm
Style: Shoulders Rehabs. Plurals
Posted On:9/02/2012 12:01am
Style: Ex-Tiger KF, ex-SanDa
Last edited by bobyclumsyninja; 9/02/2012 12:13am at .
Posted On:9/02/2012 11:04am
Last edited by Tranquil Suit; 9/02/2012 11:14am at .
Posted On:9/02/2012 7:45pm
Style: TKD, CMA & American Kenpo
Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon
Smoke On The Water riff was asserted by Blackmore to be a thumb exercise.
Blackmore is a modern master. I dredged up an interchangeable Rainbow / Deep Purple incarnation with an interesting fast tempo Since You Been Gone.
His latest group, Blackmore's Night is an interesting Minstrel / Renaissance thing. It is quite a departure from the 70's and 80's
Last edited by slamdunc; 9/02/2012 7:50pm at .
Posted On:9/02/2012 7:51pm
Style: BJJ/ MMA/ MT
I like this a lot.
GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
Posted On:9/03/2012 5:43am
The ultra heavy beat fuels me.
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