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Mensaje por from the mars hotel el Mar 22 Jul 2014 - 7:55

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Mensaje por PaulKossoff el Mar 22 Jul 2014 - 8:34

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PaulKossoff escribió:¡Let it Roll! .....  Guitar Fire Guitar Fire Guitar Fire Guitar Fire


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No me digas eso FromMars, ¡Qué me hago ilusiones!
Estoy muy disgustado con el cartel de este año (ninguna banda clásica)  ...  No No No
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel el Miér 23 Jul 2014 - 7:50

PaulKossoff escribió:
from the mars hotel escribió:
PaulKossoff escribió:¡Let it Roll! .....  Guitar Fire Guitar Fire Guitar Fire Guitar Fire


Zetables al 100 %................. bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce 

No me digas eso FromMars, ¡Qué me hago ilusiones!
Estoy muy disgustado con el cartel de este año (ninguna banda clásica)  ...  No No No

...... Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing ...........no sufras que aún faltan mis confirmaciones más esperadas (no se nada,pero me aseguran que nuetra ración de hard rock 70's será canela fina................ bounce bounce bounce bounce ..........)
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel el Jue 11 Sep 2014 - 21:27

Randy Bachman Takes New Direction on Upcoming Album, Thanks to Neil Young

Having taken a loving look back at his storied career with ‘Every Song Tells a Story,’ Randy Bachman is ready to ditch the nostalgia for something new. Entirely new, in fact. New genre, new songs, new guest stars … even a new band. And he’s crediting Neil Young with the idea.
Bachman, a founding member of both the Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, says he’s at work on a new record titled ‘Heavy Blues,’ in which he’ll explore rootsier sounds. “I’ve already mixed half the album, which will include 12 songs,” he tells ABC News. “It absolutely blows me away.”
Featured collaborators will include ZZ Top‘s Billy Gibbons, Peter Frampton, Joe Bonamassa and Young — who served as the catalyst for this bold shift. “He said, ‘Take some advice. Don’t do the same old crap and call it something new,’” Bachman recalled. “I said, ‘What do you mean?’ He said, ‘Don’t do the same thing and say it’s a new album … Stop, get out of the box, do something fearless, be fierce, be ferocious, reinvent yourself.’ And I go, ‘OK, great advice.’”
Bachman’s retooled backing group includes bassist Anna Ruddick and drummer Dale Anne Brendon — a pair of up-and-coming Canadian players who are already reshaping his catalog in concert. “They are just amazing,” said Bachman, who returns to the road in October. “When they redo my old songs like ‘American Woman‘ and ‘Takin’ Care of Business,’ it’s a whole new life — because it’s a whole new rhythm section.”
‘Heavy Blues’ will also include an archival song with the late Jeff Healey. Bachman says he expects to release the Kevin Shirley-produced effort in March 2015.

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Mensaje por PaulKossoff el Jue 11 Sep 2014 - 22:51

from the mars hotel escribió:Randy Bachman Takes New Direction on Upcoming Album, Thanks to Neil Young

Having taken a loving look back at his storied career with ‘Every Song Tells a Story,’ Randy Bachman is ready to ditch the nostalgia for something new. Entirely new, in fact. New genre, new songs, new guest stars … even a new band. And he’s crediting Neil Young with the idea.
Bachman, a founding member of both the Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, says he’s at work on a new record titled ‘Heavy Blues,’ in which he’ll explore rootsier sounds. “I’ve already mixed half the album, which will include 12 songs,” he tells ABC News. “It absolutely blows me away.”
Featured collaborators will include ZZ Top‘s Billy Gibbons, Peter Frampton, Joe Bonamassa and Young — who served as the catalyst for this bold shift. “He said, ‘Take some advice. Don’t do the same old crap and call it something new,’” Bachman recalled. “I said, ‘What do you mean?’ He said, ‘Don’t do the same thing and say it’s a new album … Stop, get out of the box, do something fearless, be fierce, be ferocious, reinvent yourself.’ And I go, ‘OK, great advice.’”
Bachman’s retooled backing group includes bassist Anna Ruddick and drummer Dale Anne Brendon — a pair of up-and-coming Canadian players who are already reshaping his catalog in concert. “They are just amazing,” said Bachman, who returns to the road in October. “When they redo my old songs like ‘American Woman‘ and ‘Takin’ Care of Business,’ it’s a whole new life — because it’s a whole new rhythm section.”
‘Heavy Blues’ will also include an archival song with the late Jeff Healey. Bachman says he expects to release the Kevin Shirley-produced effort in March 2015.

Rico Rico Rico Rico Rico Rico

Lo único que no me gusta de esto es  que Turner no aparece por ningún lado ... Espero no se hayan peleado ... Forman un dúo impresionante.
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel el Vie 12 Sep 2014 - 7:56

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from the mars hotel escribió:Randy Bachman Takes New Direction on Upcoming Album, Thanks to Neil Young

Having taken a loving look back at his storied career with ‘Every Song Tells a Story,’ Randy Bachman is ready to ditch the nostalgia for something new. Entirely new, in fact. New genre, new songs, new guest stars … even a new band. And he’s crediting Neil Young with the idea.
Bachman, a founding member of both the Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, says he’s at work on a new record titled ‘Heavy Blues,’ in which he’ll explore rootsier sounds. “I’ve already mixed half the album, which will include 12 songs,” he tells ABC News. “It absolutely blows me away.”
Featured collaborators will include ZZ Top‘s Billy Gibbons, Peter Frampton, Joe Bonamassa and Young — who served as the catalyst for this bold shift. “He said, ‘Take some advice. Don’t do the same old crap and call it something new,’” Bachman recalled. “I said, ‘What do you mean?’ He said, ‘Don’t do the same thing and say it’s a new album … Stop, get out of the box, do something fearless, be fierce, be ferocious, reinvent yourself.’ And I go, ‘OK, great advice.’”
Bachman’s retooled backing group includes bassist Anna Ruddick and drummer Dale Anne Brendon — a pair of up-and-coming Canadian players who are already reshaping his catalog in concert. “They are just amazing,” said Bachman, who returns to the road in October. “When they redo my old songs like ‘American Woman‘ and ‘Takin’ Care of Business,’ it’s a whole new life — because it’s a whole new rhythm section.”
‘Heavy Blues’ will also include an archival song with the late Jeff Healey. Bachman says he expects to release the Kevin Shirley-produced effort in March 2015.

Rico Rico Rico Rico Rico Rico

Lo único que no me gusta de esto es  que Turner no aparece por ningún lado ... Espero no se hayan peleado ... Forman un dúo impresionante.

no creo................. Neutral ...................estan en forma,sin duda alguna..........no me lo pensaría ni un segundo si vinieran de gira...........
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Mensaje por PaulKossoff el Vie 12 Sep 2014 - 8:01

from the mars hotel escribió:
PaulKossoff escribió:
from the mars hotel escribió:Randy Bachman Takes New Direction on Upcoming Album, Thanks to Neil Young

Having taken a loving look back at his storied career with ‘Every Song Tells a Story,’ Randy Bachman is ready to ditch the nostalgia for something new. Entirely new, in fact. New genre, new songs, new guest stars … even a new band. And he’s crediting Neil Young with the idea.
Bachman, a founding member of both the Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, says he’s at work on a new record titled ‘Heavy Blues,’ in which he’ll explore rootsier sounds. “I’ve already mixed half the album, which will include 12 songs,” he tells ABC News. “It absolutely blows me away.”
Featured collaborators will include ZZ Top‘s Billy Gibbons, Peter Frampton, Joe Bonamassa and Young — who served as the catalyst for this bold shift. “He said, ‘Take some advice. Don’t do the same old crap and call it something new,’” Bachman recalled. “I said, ‘What do you mean?’ He said, ‘Don’t do the same thing and say it’s a new album … Stop, get out of the box, do something fearless, be fierce, be ferocious, reinvent yourself.’ And I go, ‘OK, great advice.’”
Bachman’s retooled backing group includes bassist Anna Ruddick and drummer Dale Anne Brendon — a pair of up-and-coming Canadian players who are already reshaping his catalog in concert. “They are just amazing,” said Bachman, who returns to the road in October. “When they redo my old songs like ‘American Woman‘ and ‘Takin’ Care of Business,’ it’s a whole new life — because it’s a whole new rhythm section.”
‘Heavy Blues’ will also include an archival song with the late Jeff Healey. Bachman says he expects to release the Kevin Shirley-produced effort in March 2015.

Rico Rico Rico Rico Rico Rico

Lo único que no me gusta de esto es  que Turner no aparece por ningún lado ... Espero no se hayan peleado ... Forman un dúo impresionante.

no creo................. Neutral ...................estan en forma,sin duda alguna..........no me lo pensaría ni un segundo si vinieran de gira...........

Ni yo.
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Mensaje por Monra el Lun 6 Oct 2014 - 14:01

En el último Classic Rock viene una pequeña entrevista, media página, con Randy.

Cierra el "piriodizta" con una pregunta sobre el significado de Randy en Angleterre.

Contesta que la primera vez que fueron a England, primeros '70, y a un programa musical, no recuerdo ahora si TOTP o TOGWT, el presentador le preguntó su nombre y respondió Randy. El público se empezó a reír. Después le explicaron el motivo y ahora hace hasta bromas con ello.  Very Happy

Cosas del slang, argot, jerga,....

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Randy
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel el Sáb 21 Mar 2015 - 20:11



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Mensaje por Rasputin el Sáb 21 Mar 2015 - 20:23

Ese disco me gusta mucho cheers
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Mensaje por Perimaggot el Vie 10 Abr 2015 - 16:01



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Mensaje por PaulKossoff el Vie 10 Abr 2015 - 19:56

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Tremendo! cheers

¡Que me gustaría ver a Randy Bachman y a Turner alguna vez!
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Mensaje por Slovako el Vie 2 Oct 2015 - 20:19

Atados para el próximo arf.
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Mensaje por PaulKossoff el Vie 2 Oct 2015 - 20:58

Slovako escribió:Atados para el próximo arf.

¿Como?
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel el Jue 29 Dic 2016 - 12:58

Que grande es Randy Bachman :todo lo que toca lo convierte en oro...........

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Mensaje por DAVIDCOVERDALE el Jue 29 Dic 2016 - 15:52

El 2 de Brave Belt tiene algún tema guapo

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Mensaje por Refrescospepito el Mar 21 Mar 2017 - 10:52

¡JUSTICIA CON BTO!

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Mensaje por PaulKossoff el Mar 21 Mar 2017 - 12:19

Refrescospepito escribió:¡JUSTICIA CON BTO!


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