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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drmilktruck, Nov 29, 2021.
Mississippi Queen - Mountain
Crossroads - Cream
William Tell Overture
Stars and Stripes Forever
Same song mu kids first heard on the ride home. Charles Mingus, II B.S.
I'd go for a live Terrapin Station, too.
Normally I’d say AC/DC or Hendrix but today I feel like some Massive Attack or Goldfrapp. Not sure why, haven’t listened to them in decades. Maybe it’s the weather.
The Resistance, by Anberlin.
One of my first CDs, had a Caution: Digital Canons and they meant it.
Years ago while in music school I worked with a school that was hosting an all-state band concert that played the 1812. The conductor decided to simulate the cannons with 12 gauge shotguns fired into 55 gallon drums (shells opened and emptied of the shot, of course). I had the distinction of conducting the "cannons"....it was awful. They ended up having a midrange-tinny sound....and toward the end when the cannons really let loose, the wads were ricocheting back onto the main stage into the performers.
Ramones, It's Alive. Whole album.
all you need is love
We used to host the local symphony and choir for the 4th of July at our outdoor hillside amphitheater and bandshell. The crowds was estimated at 30K. Fireworks right after the Overture. The Uni offered it to the city while their facilities were under reconstruction. Before 9/11, the Army Guard would show up with 4 155mm howitzers. Overpowered the orchestra a mite. The concussion from the howitzers' blast could be felt all the way up the hill. Made me glad I wasn't in the artillery while in the service. At least with the 12 gauge, your timing was probably better.
And, yes, that'd be a great piece to hear on a massive sound system.
I'd say Kick Out The Jams.
Close second, My Generation.
George Thorogood and the Destroyers. "Who Do You Love?" or "Bad to the Bone".
"Eminence Front" by The Who. The live version from December 1982.
Another vote for Mississippi Queen.
In a gadda da vida!
Mic check, mic check.
Preferebly while the drummer and guitarist are making noise in the background, louder than the vocalist, for extra atmosphere.
Meshugga Beach Party's version!
Edit: Oops I was thinking of Hava Nagila
Let It Roll---Little Feat
The Very Thing (That Makes You Rich)---Ry Cooder
That'll Be The Day---Linda Ronstadt
THX film intro
Motörhead "Bomber" complete album.