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15 minutes ago, Raoul said:

Yeah but can they do Whipping Post?

Doubt it.  Does hillbilly style work?

 

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Absolutely

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1 hour ago, Garufa said:

It doesn’t get much better than drums and bagpipes, regardless of what Mrs. Garufa thinks, lol.

 

Heh... Mrs peej knew who they were before I started the video. 

I'd love to learn to play the pipes. I think that would annoy the neighbors even more than my guitar. 

This lock-in has produced some cool stuff. I bet next year will be a fantastic year for music

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50 minutes ago, peejman said:

Heh... Mrs peej knew who they were before I started the video. 

I'd love to learn to play the pipes. I think that would annoy the neighbors even more than my guitar. 

This lock-in has produced some cool stuff. I bet next year will be a fantastic year for music

I take back what I said earlier.  My woman is digging Scottish tribal music.  We’ve been watching it on YouTube/Roku for the past 45 minutes.  :lol:

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I may have spoken to soon on ToP's horn line being the best.

Totally forgot about BS&T

1:22 reveals an incredible tuba solo (maybe a bass trombone?)

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23 minutes ago, A.J. Holst said:

I may have spoken to soon on ToP's horn line being the best.

Totally forgot about BS&T

1:22 reveals an incredible tuba solo (maybe a bass trombone?)

Got to see BS&T in 1970/71. Was a fantastic show! I was at stage left about 50feet from the wall of speakers! I think I still vibrate from it! lol 

In fact, bouncin' and rockin' here now listenin' to this!

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On 5/16/2020 at 9:47 PM, Garufa said:

I take back what I said earlier.  My woman is digging Scottish tribal music.  We’ve been watching it on YouTube/Roku for the past 45 minutes.  :lol:

Did you guys give Albannach a listen?

We actually saw them over in Sevierville about 8 or so years ago. Impressive and incredible energy.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Jamie Jackson said:

Did you guys give Albannach a listen?

We actually saw them over in Sevierville about 8 or so years ago. Impressive and incredible energy.

 

 

We've seen Albannach, Clanadonia, and Clann an Drumma at the various Highland festivals over the years.... Maryville College, Gatlinburg, and Abingdon. They're all great to watch live. I don't know how they make a living doing that, but it sure looks like they have fun doing it. 

 

 

 

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I only recently discovered that Priest covered this song. I thought they wrote it.  

 

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7 hours ago, peejman said:

I only recently discovered that Priest covered this song. I thought they wrote it. 

 

Interesting.  No doubt Fleetwood Mac was a much different band at that time.  I gotta go with The Priest’s version though. It’s much tighter.

 

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8 minutes ago, Garufa said:

Interesting.  No doubt Fleetwood Mac was a much different band at that time.  I gotta go with The Priest’s version though. It’s much tighter.

 

Yes, early Fleetwood with Peter Green was very much a blues band. It changed considerably when he left. 

It's funny though as I always thought that song was kind of odd for Priest. But it makes sense after hearing the original. 

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Saw these guys about 15 years ago. They were the opening act for Social D. 

 

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On 5/29/2020 at 9:41 PM, Garufa said:

 

Hillbilly style... 

 

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Some topical metal...

 

 

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I like tropical mettle.

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