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noodle soup 06-14-20 08:10 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 21534089)
I like his stuff. Thanks for sharing.

Andy is a great guy. He and the band have been working hard, for over a decade, just to get to this point.

Now things are really hurting them(and other bands like them). Touring and playing is all they have, and there's really no end in sight to their "layoff".

they record the old fashioned way.




Velo Vol 06-14-20 08:19 PM


Originally Posted by noodle soup (Post 21534075)
Andy has been going crazy these last few months. He plays around 200 shows a year, and tours all over the world, In February he bought his first home(in the Denver area) and hasn't been able to play anywhere since.

Looks like most of the 2020 KCB concerts will be flushed down the toilet. Sad.

Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 21534086)
you can pretty much get on your bike and do 100 miles any time you choose

Oh?

rjones28 06-14-20 08:20 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 21534023)
What did you hear today?

This was on Mrs. rjones28's radio program today. 2014 recording. Piazzolla wrote the music in 1982.


noodle soup 06-14-20 08:24 PM

Velo Vol LAJ rjones28 Life on the road sucks sometimes.

NSFW/Language.


big john 06-14-20 08:29 PM


Originally Posted by noodle soup (Post 21534108)
Andy is a great guy. He and the band have been working hard, for over a decade, just to get to this point.

Now things are really hurting them(and other bands like them). Touring and playing is all they have, and there's really no end in sight to their "layoff".

they record the old fashioned way.

https://youtu.be/RA8lQNLUQbY

Reminds me of the videos from Daryl's house.

LAJ 06-14-20 08:39 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 21534127)
Oh?

Share the rest of the statement.

LAJ 06-14-20 08:41 PM


Originally Posted by noodle soup (Post 21534135)
Velo Vol LAJ rjones28 Life on the road sucks sometimes.

NSFW/Language.

https://youtu.be/WVq7WVfKW_4

Looks good. :) I'll set aside some time to finish it.

noodle soup 06-14-20 08:45 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21534140)
Reminds me of the videos from Daryl's house.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MbaGJN2ioQ

I love the Daryl's House recordings. I never thought much of Hall and Oates, but I love Daryl's House performances.

big john 06-14-20 08:48 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 21534086)
I always do one New Years Day. The only thing that stops us is snow. Most of my endurance rides that are 4.5 hours are usually around 90 miles, and an extra few wouldn't hurt too bad. Do enough, you can pretty much get on your bike and do 100 miles any time you choose. Once you adapt your body to chew up fat instead of muscle, you can do them on a few bottles of Roctane drink mix.

Yeah, don't know if I'll ever get the century bug again. Before Corona my Saturday club rides were between 65 and 80 miles. Seemed like enough.

The New Years Day ride I've done the most is Mount Wilson. I think I've done it 16 times but it's only 65 miles the way I do it. Sometimes we have to shorten due to snow or ice. Couple years ago it was 22 degrees when we turned around to descend.

Velo Vol 06-14-20 08:50 PM


Originally Posted by rjones28 (Post 21534129)
This was on Mrs. rjones28's radio program today. 2014 recording. Piazzolla wrote the music in 1982.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HseJgNZhrUo

Hot.

big john 06-14-20 08:52 PM


Originally Posted by noodle soup (Post 21534165)
I love the Daryl's House recordings. I never thought much of Hall and Oates, but I love Daryl's House performances.

Same, but I did see Hall and Oates on TV once and I was mocking them until my friend pointed out how good they were live.

seedsbelize 06-14-20 08:56 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21534044)

How far past 1977 is this?

seedsbelize 06-14-20 09:05 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21534169)
Yeah, don't know if I'll ever get the century bug again. Before Corona my Saturday club rides were between 65 and 80 miles. Seemed like enough.

The New Years Day ride I've done the most is Mount Wilson. I think I've done it 16 times but it's only 65 miles the way I do it. Sometimes we have to shorten due to snow or ice. Couple years ago it was 22 degrees when we turned around to descend.

There was a winter, probably eight years ago, when I did a century 3 weeks out of four, for a few months. I just had it that winter.
It's been at least four since I last did one.

seedsbelize 06-14-20 09:08 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21534174)
Same, but I did see Hall and Oates on TV once and I was mocking them until my friend pointed out how good they were live.

Clapton is one of those. His studio stuff pretty much stinks. Live not so much

big john 06-14-20 09:10 PM


Originally Posted by seedsbelize (Post 21534180)
how far past 1977 is this?

2017?

big john 06-14-20 09:18 PM


Originally Posted by seedsbelize (Post 21534196)
Clapton is one of those. His studio stuff pretty much stinks. Live not so much

When Fresh Cream came out it blew us away.


StanSeven 06-14-20 09:21 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21534205)
When Fresh Cream came out it blew us away.

Showing my age here. I play this for my grandchildren. I especially like Toad. The grandkids yawn and roll their eyes.

noodle soup 06-14-20 09:22 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21534174)
Same, but I did see Hall and Oates on TV once and I was mocking them until my friend pointed out how good they were live.

I guess I'm a little older than you. I remember when Rich Girl was their hit song, but I have older brothers that were into the Allman Brothers, and the Dead(so I was mocked relentlessly for listening to that Pop Music Cheese).

BillyD 06-14-20 09:30 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 21533917)
Does anyone here listen to music recorded after 1977? SMH.

Hold on, let me see if I can find something from 1978.

big john 06-14-20 09:40 PM


Originally Posted by noodle soup (Post 21534212)
I guess I'm a little older than you. I remember when Rich Girl was their hit song, but I have older brothers that were into the Allman Brothers, and the Dead(so I was mocked relentlessly for listening to that Pop Music Cheese).

I'm 66 and I loved the Fillmore East Allman Brothers album. The Dead were ok, but not one of my favorites. Funny, I like Leslie West more now than back when. I could listen to him solo until my ears bleed.

rjones28 06-14-20 09:53 PM


Originally Posted by BillyD (Post 21534224)
Hold on, let me see if I can find something from 1978.


noodle soup 06-14-20 09:58 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21534234)
I'm 66 and I loved the Fillmore East Allman Brothers album. The Dead were ok, but not one of my favorites. Funny, I like Leslie West more now than back when. I could listen to him solo until my ears bleed.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVG7eQ1TcNo

Technically, you are old enough to be my daddy. Too old to be in the Hall & Oates demographic.

My brothers took me to my first concert 8/13/77(Yes at the Boston Garden) when I was 9. My brothers were babysitting while my folks were at a church retreat, and a friend of their's came by with with 4 tickets he won.

Mom just heard about this a few years ago..

big john 06-14-20 10:16 PM


Originally Posted by noodle soup (Post 21534263)
Technically, you are old enough to be my daddy. Too old to be in the Hall & Oates demographic.

My brothers took me to my first concert 8/13/77(Yes at the Boston Garden) when I was 9. My brothers were babysitting while my folks were at a church retreat, and a friend of their's came by with with 4 tickets he won.

Mom just heard about this a few years ago..

I wondered why you thought you were older. My first concert was The Mothers of Invention at Pauley Pavilion at UCLA in 1971. 3 solid hours of great vocals and musicianship. I haven't seen a lot of concerts but that one I will always remember.

big john 06-14-20 10:22 PM


Originally Posted by rjones28 (Post 21534253)

How about one from 1977?

noodle soup 06-14-20 10:41 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21534275)
I wondered why you thought you were older. My first concert was The Mothers of Invention at Pauley Pavilion at UCLA in 1971. 3 solid hours of great vocals and musicianship. I haven't seen a lot of concerts but that one I will always remember.

I thought you were too young to know Hall & Oates from their 80s hits. You were too old to listen to Pop Music in the mid 80s.


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