Concert tonite

Started by yossam, June 16, 2014, 05:04:00 pm

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matrix2003

My first "arena" show was Yes. Probably '72 or '73. My wife and I saw them a year back, and yeah. They should have quit a while back.   :P
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Hannes

I might sound like my own grandfather saying "those were the days", but since we're now talking about all these bands who started in the late 60s or the early seventies, I'm afraid, that there is not very much to follow when all these famous legends are dead and buried, that has this uniqueness and magic.
There might be a few good acts these days, but a lot of them sound like anything you've heard a thousand times before.
I remember my jaw dropping last year when I saw Roger Water's The Wall show. This "old fart" turned 70 a few days later!
Who will be the next legend? Robbie Williams? ;D ;D ;D

TheBadger

Heavy metal will never die. But hippies are for feeding the garden. :P
It has been eaten.

Dune

Agree with Hannes. Gimme Pink Floyd, LedZ, Yes, Doors, and al that; they had heart some internal special power in them..... I'm getting old, I realize  :(


masonspappy

July 06, 2014, 03:34:23 am #20 Last Edit: July 06, 2014, 04:27:28 am by masonspappy
Quote from: Dune on June 25, 2014, 02:57:40 am
Agree with Hannes. Gimme Pink Floyd, LedZ, Yes, Doors, and al that; they had heart some internal special power in them


:D AMEN  :D

(although there is something to be said for Nightwish, Epica, and Xandria)