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absolem

One-trick as in consistent in his performance, appearance and general tone. the Bon Scott days left a bit of desire for production sake as compared to the work with Brian Johnson. Angus does not venture outside of what he does best...IOW...no country, no blues, no jazz, no BS...just straight ahead balls to the wall rock. no slam just a consistent player and product.

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

What band did i list that was not southern rock?

Posted 166 days ago.

absolem

Oh crud..i almost forgot..i've gotta get the wife up from her nap so we can roll to the store to get some provisions for tonights Walking Dead. we missed last weeks so we have two episodes to watch.

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

Yea i know about Malcolm, sad

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

How in the world can you call him a one trick pony?

Posted 166 days ago.

absolem

*pony

Posted 166 days ago.

absolem

Ok.....let's roll with Angus for a bit then. real quick...you do realize that Malcolm is out suffering from Dementia. i think a nephew of theirs is his sub at the moment. Angus' signature tone is actually pretty clean. Back in Black is a masterpiece of song writing and tone. his early 60's SG's and Marshalls suit him quite well. he may be a one-trick pong...but it's a heck of a pony.

Posted 166 days ago.

absolem

all you listed are great bands....although not southern rock...Gainsville gave birth to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. side note....38 special had a fondness for using vintage 50's les paul juniors in studio and on stage. hmmm...think it influenced my purchase of one???????

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

I dont thing there is a guitarist out there that influenced more people of my generation than Angus

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

Lets talk Angus Young

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

Never got to see Skynrd in the Ronnie days, was too young but have seen them in later years with Johnny

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

Molly Hatchet was great in the Danny joe Brown days and the Outlaws, 38 special the Allman bros etc

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

Skynrd was as good as it gets. Also a big fan of Blackfoot and Ricky Medlocke who started out with Skynyrd as i am sure unknow

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

Have the album Absolem, Rossington Collins band. Just couldnt get used to Dale Crantz Rossington singing

Posted 166 days ago.

absolem

i really should have taken a typing class....scratch that. i really should just slow down.

Posted 166 days ago.

absolem

hey Shop...give "Don't Misunderstand Me" a whirl by The Rossington-Collins band. i read where a memeber of Skynrd stated that he has originally wanted the band to sound more like Molly Hatchett. interesting.

Posted 166 days ago.

absolem

Southern rock as one of it's finest. Gainesville has been a hot bed for quite a few talented bands. if you like Skynrd...you have got to check out the les paul forum website. Ed King posts there and provides videos from time to time. in addition Joe Bonamassa posts as well as provides great instructional videos. Elliot Easton of the Cars also posts from time to time.

Posted 166 days ago.

absolem

Coal...glad you checked it out. it is played alot different than i first thought and i will check out Nickelnback...although i have never really been a fan....but for you my friend i will. tell you what, if you haven't learned it yet....throw on RUSH 2112 and play it (having a good Jim Dunlop cry-baby wah will help)....as a kicker...give "Train to Bangkok" a whirl. if the air around you is say...a little opaque...it will help. :-)

Posted 166 days ago.

Shopsteward

Absolem, i dont shy away Ace was a great influence on young men of my generation despite the clown get up. However nothing pleases me more than hearing the trio of Steve Gains, Alan Collins and Gary Rossington

Posted 166 days ago.

Coaluser

Check out Nickelback Live at Sturgis 2006, "Figured you out" video... WOWIE...

Posted 166 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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