The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

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Re: The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

Post by WestwayKid » 23 Jun 2019, 10:28pm



The Top-5 on CCR got me thinking of The Band. Born in 1977 - I've always been suspicious of the Jann Wenner endorsed Boomer faves like The Dead, The Airplane, and The Doors. Groups like CCR and The Band have always appealed to me because they bucked the trend: they played rock and roll like it was meant to be played - loose, funky, and full of soul. This clip (they did even better versions earlier in their career) - from their coke fueled end of the line Last Waltz is fantastic. It took a little guts to cover Marvin Gaye - but they more than pull it off: Danko's funkier than shit bass, Manuel's loose barroom piano, Hudson's manic improvisation, Robertson's stinging lead guitar, and Levon Helm's deep in the pocket drums. I haven't even gotten to the vocals yet - led off by Helm's powerful drawl and backed up by Danko.
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Post by Dr. Medulla » 25 Jun 2019, 5:29pm



The film was often beautiful, but didn't capture the grace and emotion of the novel. But it works as material for a music video.
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Post by Dr. Medulla » 16 Jul 2019, 8:12pm

Poonty, boloques, juffmunch, carpoo, snazellfonks.

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Post by hairydot61 » 17 Jul 2019, 5:57am

. "Bikini Reds a state of mind,
I'm in a state and She don't mind"
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Post by revbob » 18 Jul 2019, 4:17pm

My newest favorite. Thunderpussy

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Re: The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

Post by Heston » 19 Jul 2019, 9:29pm

Love this song which is about "The Jarrow March", an event that originated in my birthplace.

The hunger strike came marching south...

There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Re: The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

Post by muppet hi fi » 19 Jul 2019, 9:38pm

Heston wrote:
19 Jul 2019, 9:29pm
Love this song which is about "The Jarrow March", an event that originated in my birthplace.

The hunger strike came marching south...

Nice one. I'm sure I've heard this tune before by somebody. I can hear the Pogues or Richard Thompson or the Proclaimers covering it.
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Post by muppet hi fi » 19 Jul 2019, 9:46pm

Strong shoes is what we got and when they're hot they're hot!
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Re: The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

Post by Heston » 19 Jul 2019, 9:57pm

muppet hi fi wrote:
19 Jul 2019, 9:38pm
Heston wrote:
19 Jul 2019, 9:29pm
Love this song which is about "The Jarrow March", an event that originated in my birthplace.

The hunger strike came marching south...

Nice one. I'm sure I've heard this tune before by somebody. I can hear the Pogues or Richard Thompson or the Proclaimers covering it.
I get a Dylan channeling the Pogues vibe from it. They are in that narrow genre of "Geordie Folk." :shifty:

I don't know if Lindisfarne had any form in the States but here's three great tunes by them for anyone interested. Their hometwown gigs were meant to be religious experiences around here as you may gather if you watch the last clip...





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Post by Heston » 19 Jul 2019, 10:03pm

Cue Wally mentioning Gazza in 1-2-3-4...
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Re: The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

Post by muppet hi fi » 19 Jul 2019, 10:40pm

Heston wrote:
19 Jul 2019, 9:57pm
I get a Dylan channeling the Pogues vibe from it. They are in that narrow genre of "Geordie Folk." :shifty:

I don't know if Lindisfarne had any form in the States but here's three great tunes by them for anyone interested. Their hometwown gigs were meant to be religious experiences around here as you may gather if you watch the last clip...





I liked the first two, especially the second (the super hairy guy sounds like YOU in that one podcast I heard that scared the piss outta me :mrgreen: ). The third one - sorry mate. That's bad music in my book. And I thought you didn't like Springsteen. ;)
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Post by Heston » 19 Jul 2019, 11:01pm

Cheers for comparing me to the hairy bloke Haha.
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Re: The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

Post by muppet hi fi » 19 Jul 2019, 11:13pm

Heston wrote:
19 Jul 2019, 11:01pm
Cheers for comparing me to the hairy bloke Haha.
The Bad Hair Day Panic Report - has a nice ring to it, aye? (for Sunderland anyway :mrgreen: ).
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Re: The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

Post by 101Walterton » 20 Jul 2019, 12:09am

Heston wrote:
19 Jul 2019, 10:03pm
Cue Wally mentioning Gazza in 1-2-3-4...
😞 damn you beat me to it I must have fog on the mind

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Re: The Great Thread of YouTube Magnificence!

Post by Marky Dread » 20 Jul 2019, 7:24am

101Walterton wrote:
20 Jul 2019, 12:09am
Heston wrote:
19 Jul 2019, 10:03pm
Cue Wally mentioning Gazza in 1-2-3-4...
😞 damn you beat me to it I must have fog on the mind
Best song Gazza ever wrote. :shifty:
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