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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliché View Post
    Thanks Bry, been enjoying most of your links.

    The word is now out on Puddles (who is awesome), as America just "discovered" him days ago... (including me)
    Puddles is the only thing I listen to.

    http://www.puddlespityparty.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliché View Post
    Thanks Bry, been enjoying most of your links.

    The word is now out on Puddles (who is awesome), as America just "discovered" him days ago... (including me)
    Well, now he has sold out. Been listening to him for years. Dude is an incredible singer, and like 9 feet tall.

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    I knew nothing of him, pretty interesting career, you seem to be right, making the "Vegas" jump I guess.

    Found the interview, interesting...


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    Happy Aloha Friday:

    Barefoot Natives - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT-2nxKVW8A

    Jack Johnson - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTXmseLoJh4 (if you can find the Kaukahi version, it is better but I cannot find it on Youtube)

    Hapa - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOtT_Do7oNY (Live. I was at this show - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ieoJmcea8E)

    John Cruz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gd0_t0Sd-rw

    Olomana - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI0hkdyU1tY (known as one of the greatest Hawaiian songs ever written)

    Mahalo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliché View Post
    I knew nothing of him, pretty interesting career, you seem to be right, making the "Vegas" jump I guess.

    Found the interview, interesting...

    I shouldn't say he sold out. The dude deserves the windfall of cash he would get if he won AGT. And holy crap can he sing.

    This is Big Mike with his band Kingsized - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xO1apPVLAPM

    National Anthem - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejzf9Qfo6iY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bry View Post
    Happy Aloha Friday:
    Never heard that phrase until I moved to Denver and the afternoon radio guy plays it every friday......love it:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOvS34KxsQU

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    Steve Dahl, radio guy in Chicago, would do Aloha Fridays for years. Would always have Hawaiian artists and then do a trip to Maui for 2 weeks and take listeners. Henry Kapono, Willy K, and Hapa were on his show often.

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    There are 75 bands in this picture. How many can we name?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Perplexed View Post
    There are 75 bands in this picture. How many can we name?

    Just a guess..

    U2
    Smashing Pumpkins
    The Rolling Stones
    Gorillaz
    Radiohead
    Dead Kennedys
    Black Flag
    Alice in Chains
    Dinosaur Jr.
    Matchbox 20
    Lemonhead
    Garbage
    The Eagles
    The Black Crows
    Guns and Roses
    Phish (or Reel Big Fish)
    Blur
    The Pixies
    50 Cent
    Seal
    The Postal Service
    Nine Inch Nails
    Green Day
    Queen
    Prince
    Led Zeppellin
    Beegees
    The Cars
    Hole
    Whitesnake
    White Zombie
    B52s
    Styx
    Blind Melon
    Red Hot Chilli Peppers
    Korn
    The Police
    Spoon
    Television
    The Beach Boys
    Eminem
    Streetlight Manifesto
    Rusted Root
    Ratt
    Iron Maiden
    Twisted Sister
    The Eels
    Sex Pistols
    Cowboy Junkies
    Scissor Sisters
    Men At Work
    Kiss
    Bloc Party
    Yellowman
    The Carpenters
    Deep Purple
    311
    Cake
    Great White
    The Streets
    The Doors
    Cypress Hill
    The Subways
    Pet Shop Boys
    White Stripes
    Jewel
    Blues Brothers
    Crowded House
    Rooster
    Manic Street Preachers
    The Shadows
    Tool
    Wings
    Pink Fairies
    Chevelle
    Madonna
    Scorpions
    The Vines
    The Roots
    Talking Heads
    Blondie
    Cornershop

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    My son has drum lessons on Tuesday, so Tuesday's are all drummers all day.

    Kenny Clarke - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4c7SmAAiMg

    Billy Cobham - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNyYzfkn4yc

    Neil Peart - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWRMOJQDiLU

    Gavin Harrison - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6hR7ejT9RU

    Lucas Gillan - https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=QFCqN0BxrdU (My son's drummer teacher)

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    Two albums you have never heard of but changed the face of rock music.

    1. Out of the Silent Planet - King's X https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ9K9QcpRF0

    Members of Pearl Jam heard this album in 1988, got King's X tattoos and said it was a huge influence on the recording of their album Ten (which was kinda a big deal). Jeff Ament, bass player for Pearl Jam, said that King's X invented Grunge. Many in Seattle agreed including members of Sound Garden and Nirvana. King's X went onto headlining Woodstock 2 and playing to 300k fans and followed that up with an album called Faith Hope Love which got classified Christian rock and fell into oblivion. Voted 86th greatest rock band by MTV, have 2 albums in many top 100 all time album lists, and are huge influences on musicians around the world but never reached the heights of the bands that worship them. They were (and still are) a cross between Rush, The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix.

    2. Dream Theater - Images and Words https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1z8uvyn7hDo

    Progressive rock was DEAD. Progressive legends like Yes and Genesis were playing power pop/rock and all the other founding prog bands were either gone, or playing 200 person clubs. Pink Floyd was the only one hitting the charts but that was due to The Wall and Dark Side of the Moon that were still selling. There were no young prog bands trying to keep the genre alive, and if there were, they were hidden. Deep deep hiding. Top 40 radio became machine driven, no instrument, looped and pitch corrected except for watered down Metallica or other rock bands. Then Dream Theater put this album out in 1992. It reached #2 on the billboard heatseeking charts and 3 songs off the album were in the top 30 rock singles. They broke the 4 minute barrier, they played instruments, and the lead singer sang but was not singing during the majority of the songs. Pop stations were playing a 7 minute song. They even had Jay Beckenstein from Spyro Gyra on the album. People out of the UK started listening to Prog again. All was right in the world.

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