Discussion in 'Music' started by BritishDolfan, Aug 28, 2018.
Closing track from their amazing Super Session album.....
Probably the most under appreciated last song, a title song no less.
And yet, this song, to be that young again with a beautiful young lady
Just remember this one, and if you don't like it you probably didn't like anything I posted before...
A band that belongs in the RnRHOF...
@yoga≈surfing this is just for you...it may not mean much to others...but when it comes down to it I wish more than ever we could meet and talk music. I am not long for this world, but I had fun, hope you did too.
I like the one comment, I don't always listen to Robin Trower but when I do so do the neighbors...reminds of me the Black Sabbath days...
@yoga≈surfing so I'll get a lot of flak for this but "Sabotage" was Sabbath's best. Are you Satan or are you man? I'm not sure but I'll find out soon enough. It means nothing in the end.
Hey Thanks, KS.
Of course, bro....it's been a lot of fun and then some.
Glad we could chat and share some real fine music over these last few years.
It's been awesome.
All things considered, hope everything is okay your way.
When it comes down to it, none of us are really long for this little rock spinning in space...and for many of us, it's a pretty nice place to pass some time before we eventually head to that great gig in the sky.
Conor Oberst seems to be good at these:
Salutations, from Salutations:
Common Knowledge, from Upside Down Mountain:
Maybe not the best, but for a live album this was a great ending.
Their best album...Gary Wright was stupid to leave this band.
Another opus but an ending to a good album (though Crazy Eyes is a better song)
You know I'm always torn between what is the best Doors ending song, but it is like this...they are all good...love "The Soft Parade", "The End", and especially "Riders on the Storm" but hell, 4 hits of acid and...some good smoke...well you know
I don't suppose "Thick as a Brick" which starts and ends the whole album qualifies for this but to my British cousins...thick a brick...
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