Wasn't that big into heavier metal rock 'n roll, but this is evergreen.....
On the Lake Geneva shoreline....
End of Earth: 2 Miles
Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
To make records with a mobile
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|The Unmanned Writer|
But some stupid with a flare gun
Burned the place to the ground
Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul.
Help, I'm having premonitions of future flashbacks.
Only in an insane world are the sane considered insane.
Some people listen to the noise of the world,
And some people listen to the quiet.
Frank Zappa and the Mothers, had the best place around.
|A man's got to know |
We are a bit out of order here but
Smoke on the water, fire in the sky
Smoke on the water
This was a great song from a great album, I've followed DP for 49 years now and still an old favorite band. Their music did not begin and end with Machine Head.
"But, as luck would have it, he stood up. He caught that chunk of lead." Gunnery Sergeant Carlos Hathcock
|Waiting for Hachiko|
I heard it too many times...
I agree with this.
I never owned Machine Head, but have and enjoy Made in Japan....and others.
Love that song.
Their lead guitarist now, is from Ohio.
When I went to see Kansas the band, he was playing lead with them.
Steve Morse is a great guitarist as well as a great musician.
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|One Who Knows|
I went to look up "Iconic Rock Riff" in Webster's . . . was just a pic of Ritchie Blackmore on his Strat, bathed in purple stage light, about to plow into SOTW . . . .
The only difference between a wise man and a fool is that one knows it. Unknown
Every garage band of my generation has created some horrifying rendition of this tune, to the point that the song lost all meaning or enjoyment.
My garage band played it. We we were a Bad Company cover band, we thought: Bad Mayonnaise
It's a long story.
|Duke of Detroit|
In my opinion, the best version of Smoke on the water was on the album Made in Japan. Ian Paice is one of the best rock drummers. Deep purple is one of the best bands from that era.
Made in Japan version
The voices in my head may not be real, but they have some good ideas
|Get Off My Lawn|
This song, along with You Really Got Me and Train Kept A Rollin' were the first songs my little hobby garage band learned and played. It did not sound that great with our shitty three-piece. Thank God punk came along and we switched to The Ramones and Sex Pistols, we sounded a little better
"Did IQ's just drop sharply while I was away?"- Ellen Ripley, Aliens, 1986
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