Discussion in 'Toronto Maple Leafs' started by Superstar, Mar 25, 2020.
to me Trent reznor (he is nin) is the most important and vital artists alive
They made this video in a LTC facility pre covid. Wonder if we will see scenes like this anytime soon?
Faith No More - Who Cares A lot?
Beat Happening - You Turn Me On
Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
Tame Impala - InnerSpeaker
Some great music here, folks, thanks. I'm trying out some new stuff, here's some suggestions based on new artists that I'm just starting to know...there's talent out there!
First up, some funky stuff.
Next up, a multi-talented gal from down under.
A heck of an acoustic quitarist, very much underappreciated, lost to Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2005.
Lastly, a nod to the sadness in Nova Scotia, by one of Canada's best. JP Cormier “Twenty-Two”
Sean K Preston
I’ll be listening to this on the padio and everywhere this summer ha. Nice one NsLeaf
The who's who of classic rock record a classic.
Vocals: Paul Rodgers, Bruce Dickenson, Bryan Adams, Ian Gillan.
Guitars: David Gilmour, Ritchie Blackmore, Tony Iommi, Alex Lifeson, Brian May
Bass: Chris Squire Keyboards: Geoff Downes, Keith Emerson
Drums: Roger Taylor
Producers: Geoff Downes, Gary Langan. John Paul Jones and Jon Lord also are said to have done some work behind the scenes.
Song's called "Old Days"
Please take me back there!
can anone help me finding out the artist. From the 90s, I dont remember any songs, rock or grunge. All i rememer is that the cd has a picture of a thrashcan.
Thanks but its not the one im thinking of. I explained badly. On the cddisk itself it was a picture of a open thrashcan from above. And a picture not a drawing. Thats all i remember.
Thought so, just took a "google" stab and that came out.
Tried again and got this, LOL
Haha thanks! that was not it , but made my day
Yippee ki-yay brothers and sisters!
The internet is great, never seen these guys before, but I think they are okay. They're really stoned out though. That band member who just jumped around was awesome!
My man can write a verse
been on kind of a prog rock kick. Lots of Camel and Porcupine Tree.
Been listening to a lot of 80's music, both metal and pop.
Better live, than studio... a must see band live. I think I've seen them five times now... best was a pop-up event a few years ago, in a small venue in Toronto, that held less than 100 people.
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