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21 minutes ago, crake said:

Dude, me too. Alice in Chains is my favorite band and Layne is just... the man. Layne had such a unique ear and voice for music. He is sorely missed. 

I love all of Mad Season's live performances. 

I like them too but now that Layne is gone , when I listen to certain songs like Voices , you can tell how much of Jerry Cantrell's voice was there all along helping Layne out. They both have great voices. 

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33 minutes ago, tercel89 said:

I like them too but now that Layne is gone , when I listen to certain songs like Voices , you can tell how much of Jerry Cantrell's voice was there all along helping Layne out. They both have great voices. 

Jerry Cantrell is awesome too. I just happen to really like Layne's style.

Jerry Cantrell wrote many of Alice in Chains songs and I couldn't truly love Alice in Chains without loving him too. 

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58 minutes ago, crake said:

Dude, me too. Alice in Chains is my favorite band and Layne is just... the man. Layne had such a unique ear and voice for music. He is sorely missed. 

I love all of Mad Season's live performances. 

 

35 minutes ago, tercel89 said:

I like them too but now that Layne is gone , when I listen to certain songs like Voices , you can tell how much of Jerry Cantrell's voice was there all along helping Layne out. They both have great voices. 

Every member made them AIC but Layne especially early on just had IT. And some of his live stuff in Seattle where the Bleed The Freak video was made his vocals were jaw dropping. Love Hate Love has me shaking my head each time I watch it. It Ain't Like That is also a good one at that venue. Then later with Mad Season....he was just one of a kind

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1 hour ago, Chucktshoes said:

I’ve never really cared for the Grateful Dead. 

Never been on one side or the other with GD, there were some tunes I liked, some I didn't. But have to say, this was impressive. Whether the ensomble arrangement, or the gentle lyrics; I did like this.

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3 hours ago, lock n' load said:

I love me some Outlaws. Green Grass and High Tides is one of my faves. The problem is this band had so many hidden gems like this that rarely get any air time. Good guitar work on this song..

 

Got a few old LPs around here somewhere. lol

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I found this video to be more captivating than the song. This one is actually #3 in a 10 song series that details several generations of the fictional Sparks family. If you go back and watch them all, it plays like a mini movie. It's a good time-suck for about an hour of your day if you choose to go down the rabbit hole. The story is a tragic telling of the horrors of addiction.

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