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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by Montysoptician, Feb 12, 2021.
Hotel California always puts me in mind of this.
Added to Glastonbury line up.
Don Felder was accused of copying the chord progression from "We used to know". Although both bands said it was rubbish, it does sound very similar Snaggey
Edit: getting mixed up in my dotage Snaggey, I've changed it now
Jethro Tull right up there with Fleetwood Mac and Zep in the beginning , sadly Anderson turned himself into a laughing stock, deliberately or otherwise and wrecked the band imo. Never mind, it only goes to show you never can tell, last night I was trawling on U-tube as I often do and then just left it running on random and came across this not everyones cup of tea or mine tbh., but what a performance this is,
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=bowie and lennox under pressure live
I was listening to them last night . . . . Lyin Eyes is next and ready to play on my 'phone
What about the conspiracy theories that are discussed over Hotel California
If you can get hold of the DVD "The History of the Eagles" it's well worth a watch
It certainly is, as is the one about the Dooby Bros. who I had completely wrong at the time, but what an era that was, often wonder what it would have been like if technology like U-tube had been around in those days, or even earlier, its hard to say.
I need to get that one about the Doobie Brothers Clocky
Saw these at the Locarno way back, and once read somewhere that Viv Stanshall had lived for a while in a submarine in the South Dock, I don't know how true that was but would not be surprised.
Sure I saw those at the Mayfair with the Strawbs or Keef Hartley band, not sure.
a swedish mate sent me a couple by these, quite enjoyed them.
When you're on YouTube, click the "share" option, then select "copy link".
Then just paste that on here....it will post the video straight on here.
yeh i know that but i spent far too long trying to remember the second tune he sent me i was just happy to post the link up...normally avoid 'just links' cos you never know where it is taking you.
Most probably they were all booked once or twice by Doc to play in both Sunderland and later in Newcastle, great music scene in those days, live music everywhere and at affordable prices. Led Zep at the Mayfair was probably my all time favourite but there were quite a few ran it close, optimism all the way, thought it would never end.
I know it was posted a couple of pages back but I just love music played live