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    The Music Thread

    Can't seem to find the old one.


    So, I just discovered last night that Les Claypool has a studio album out with Sean Lennon (John Lennon's son). I'm a huge Primus/Les Claypool fan, so I was intrigued. It's really good.
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    Re: The Music Thread

    Good looking out Wicked. I was gonna make a music post since I couldnít find the old one and the Video Game and Movie threads do so well.

    Is the Claypool album on Amazon Music? Iíll have to check it out.


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    Re: The Music Thread

    Primus is one of those bands that I've never been able to get into for whatever reason...not sure why...just not for me, I guess.

    I saw Pentatonix out at George Mason U for their Christmas show last night, man, what a show. They are SO good. So much talent. Beatboxing dude did this Cello solo while he was beatboxing and it was incredible. They did an old school acapella style encore where they all sang around one mic. So much fun to see live. Highly recommended if you ever get the chance to see them.
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    Re: The Music Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    Primus is one of those bands that I've never been able to get into for whatever reason...not sure why...just not for me, I guess.

    I saw Pentatonix out at George Mason U for their Christmas show last night, man, what a show. They are SO good. So much talent. Beatboxing dude did this Cello solo while he was beatboxing and it was incredible. They did an old school acapella style encore where they all sang around one mic. So much fun to see live. Highly recommended if you ever get the chance to see them.
    I've seen Primus twice. They put on a really good show.

    I can definitely understand why Les Claypool isn't for everyone. His voice isn't awesome. I just dig his style on the bass.
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    Lol. Yeah I donít think Iíve ever heard anyone say ď man can Les sing!Ē


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    Re: The Music Thread

    Kinda like Rush. Super Talented band but Gettyís voice leaves a lot to be desired.


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    Re: The Music Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxdad24 View Post
    Kinda like Rush. Super Talented band but Getty’s voice leaves a lot to be desired.


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    Funny you mention Rush in a discussion about Primus.

    A good friend of mine is a life long Rush fan and I cannot stand their music. When I was younger I thought the singer was female for years.
    He is also a huge Primus and Fish Fan.

    I am a former musician, in my childhood days I played Guitar, Bass and even some Piano and was quite good in my teen and early 20's but lost interest later on and I can get the love for Less Claypool. Guy is seriously talented like the Drummer for Rush but I have never been crazy about either band.

    Me and my friend used to have some hilarious debates for me ragging on his music over the years.

    The only reason I started learning bass was Slap Bass which is what Les Claypool plays but I still was never crazy about the music.





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    Re: The Music Thread

    So sonís early I was gonna make a thread about this Iíll just post it here.

    We have a list of Fav movies , Games and everything else. Sooo. .....here your chance to list your Fav concerts/and or live shows youíve attended. Any genre of music( we donít judge ) and at anytime.

    Donít know how to make ďlists here ď so just post. Lol.


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    Re: The Music Thread

    1974 Grateful Dead with the wall of sound. 75 Legion of Mary at the Tower Theater.
    Other shows that stand out from the 70's Little Feat with Lowell George, Roy Buchanan, Frank Zappa with Capt Beefheart, Jethro Tull
    I dunno,lot of good shows back then.
    Tonight I took my mom (96) to see the Lettermen, had a good time.





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    Yeah. I love live music. Thatís why I havenít posted my list yet. Lol.


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    Re: The Music Thread

    Best show Iíve ever been to - Metallica at M&T Stadium two years ago. That was my first time seeing Metallica and they didnít disappoint.




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    Yeah, it'd be Metallica @ M&T for me too. I won Snake Pit passes prior to it and it was an unforgettable, incredible, unreal night that will never be topped concert wise for me. Metallica is my absolute favorite band so getting to see them in this way was just amazing. It was a dream come true.

    Some of the video I took -

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