Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, Nov 6, 2020.
Orr on ACDC kick Love it. Was this song on your radar?
anyone else miss live shows?
I could watch live AC/DC all day. Live in Donnington is a classic.
One of the first Metal records was recorded in 1970, but never released. Randy Holden had left another Heavy band, the Blue Cheer and wanted to go even heavier. He was sponsored by Sunn amps, but the money ran out before he could release it. It was a bootleg for years before finally being issued in the 2000's
He was originally into Surf, Dick Dale was his influence in early 60's
interesting...never heard of Randy Holden & heavy metal in the early 1970s is weird lol. I was never a big Heavy Metal band fan. I did enjoy this song. Are you able to share some of his early surf?
I watched this on the telly when I was a young Orr 4.
only seen them live one, Heatseeker Tour, man was it amazing
was dragged to a Motorhead show, not typically my cup of tea but shocked myself by enjoying it far more than I anticipated. I love when they cover others, once they do, that song now belongs to (or used to belong to) Motorhead
Hadn’t heard that MH cover before. Nice metal cover of Bowie’s haunting classic.
I will say, though, that I came to like Sepultura’s version of Motörhead’s “Orgasmatron” more than the original, so MH both “taketh and giveth away”
Not a big Metal man either, but with five older brothers and one sister, heard everything from Bobby Rydell to Riders on the Storm. Here's Randy Holden's Surf band, the Fender IV
Movie track, they weren't the band in the movie scene but his song.
He joined Blue Cheer in 68 and after a tour went into the studio. But after cutting half the album he quit. So the New and Improved third album had one lineup on one side, and a different line up on the other. One of his.
8 months into isolation..................
Thanks for sharing...Love the surf sound. No social distancing in the secound video. LOL
Interesting enough the bottle of red last night went down too fast. . Cool song.
Was hooked on this band early 90s. Lyrics are too funny with a simple punk rock sound. Enjoy.
Who played for the Bruins, Celtics and Red Sox? Organist (the late great) John Kiley. Who played for the Beatles, Stones, Kinks, Who, Jeff Beck, Steve Miller, Jerry Garcia, Quicksilver and the Airplane(amongst others)?
Tone it down for Sunday...
Lemmy as a child.
Before Motorhead Lemmy and Hawkwind sang Motorhead
Rediscovering the Flaming Lips of the early 90's. They were absolutely awesome for a while there.
Also, I enjoy how Radiohead just keeps getting better.
Love the radiohead track. Nice
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