Discussion in 'Abbey Road' started by Raksas, Sep 14, 2018.
I was coming in here to post that
Maybe it's because she isn't being "motivated" by her husband like Tina was...
No video but I was there:
Tool, 2 days after 9/11 in Detroit, emotions were high, they opened up with the Grudge....the fucking Palace exploded.
No show can ever top that IMO
Too many to list all
Ones that stick out
Social Distortion 97 Tour
The Gaslight Anthem this past summer (both night in Toronto during their '59 Sound Tour)
G-N-R opening for Iron Maiden during 7th Son tour.
Metallica during And Justice For All Tour
AFI during the Sing the Sorrow Era
Rancid 1994 during Out Come the Wolves Tour
Rancid last year in Vancouver and Seattle
Iron Maiden World Slavery Tour (Calgary stop)
Good Riddance 2002 tour to support Symptoms of a levelling spirit (in a small club)
Testament, Megadeth (they toured with Judas Priest)
Pennywise during warped tour 2007 and that shit band paramore was on right before them and they were just getting boo'd and yelled at - everyone wanted to see Pennywise
The Suicide Machines 1998 tour
Andy Warhol themed Heartbeat City Tour
There is a reason you only ever hear the live version of Feel Like I Do by Peter Frampton.
Also Hotel California
i love the album version too, but this is better imo:
what comes to mind first when people ask what my favorite song is:
it was between this and the NPR live version of 0000 a million from bon iver:
Ozzy in the late 80's/early 90's:
Danzig when he first started doing Misfits songs again with Doyle several years ago. Never thought i would get to see it.
Henry Rollins and Keith Morrison doing Black Flag songs. There was no opening band, so Henry ended up doing a ton of songs, including Ramones covers. It was amazing.
Second time i saw Morrissey he started doing Smiths songs again. He sang 'there is a light that never goes out' and it was goddamn beautiful.
I like a lot of contemporary music, from indie rock to electronic music, metal (I was a huge metal head in my teens), jazz. But two of the best live performances I witnessed so far were from the "old dogs". Bruce Springsteen in 2006 and Paul McCartney in 2011. Both amazing shows and they both played for more than three hours.
Oh...and the mighty Maceo Parker in 2016
Every Alice gig I've been to deserves mention.
Hanoi Rocks at a little dive bar. Several Nick Cave performances.
The Nuge. Parliament-Funcadelic with an awesome line-up including Shider, Worrell, McKnight, Hampton. The Stooges. The New York Dolls. Supersuckers, Rev. Horton Heat and Nashville Pussy.
I don't like Jay Z or Linkin Park but this worked beautifully.
Ozzfest 97.....pantera, ozzy, sabbath.
Was absolutely ridiculous. Most fun I've ever had at a concert.
Wutang, RAM....another great concert.
This blew my fucking mind when I first came across it pre-tube days and it still does
Nightwish's End of an Era has to be up there, epic performance.
Of the shows I have been to Rammstein were the most mind-blowing. They have gorgerous special effects, stage precense and crowd control.
IMO she failed miserably. Tina is a lot better.
Fucking righteous fucks not playing Ireland because of the Ra??How about not playing England yous daft bastards?Anyway truly brilliant performance by Rory,his live gigs always were!!Mad props mate ☘️
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