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sirdroseph

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Posted: Apr 25, 2014 - 6:19am

None, I don't like crowds of people or live music, I much prefer studio.  I have been to maybe 2 concerts in my entire life and that was when I was young and stupid.{#Lol}


black321

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Gender: Male


Posted: Apr 25, 2014 - 6:13am

Aerosmith
Allman Brothers
Alvin Lee
BB King
Buddy Guy  
Bjork
Bob Dylan
Bruce Springsteen
Black Sabbath
Cowboy Junkies
Cream
Crosby Stills & Nash
David Bromberg
David Gilmore
Derek Trucks
Elvis Costello
Eric Clapton
Steve Winwood
Eric Johnson
Frank Zappa
Grace Potter
Grateful Dead
Hot Tuna
Bruce Cockburn
Jean Luc Ponty
Jeff Beck
Jefferson Starship
Jimmy Cliff
Jerry Garcia
Jimmy Page
 
Joe Cocker 
Joe Satriani  
Joe Walsh
John Mayall
John Mclaughlin
Johnny Lang
Big Head Todd
Jorma Kaukonen
Little Feat
Live
Lucinda Williams
Lynyrd Skynrd
Michele Shocked
Mick Taylor
Miles Davis
Moody Blues
Neil Young
Neville Bros
 
Pat Metheny
Peter Gabriel
Philip Glass
Phish
Phoebe Snow
Police
Prince
Radiators
Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Rick Danko
Ringo Star's All Stars
Robert Plant
Robert Randolph
Robin Trower
Roger Waters
Rolling Stones
Rusted Root
Santana
Steve Miller Band
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Sting
The Alarm
The Who
Tom Petty & Heartbreakers
Traffic
Trey Anastasio
Tricky
U2
Yardbirds
Yes
Young Dubliners



Proclivities

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Posted: Apr 25, 2014 - 3:44am

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

wow. cool list. ABBA?

 
Oddly, ABBA only toured the US once.  Radio City Music Hall ~1978; a motley collection of people in the audience: kids, older folks, punk rockers... It was a good show.


NoEnzLefttoSplit

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Posted: Apr 24, 2014 - 3:15pm

 Proclivities wrote:

Yo-Yo Ma
Wilson Pickett
Todd Rundgren
Tift Merritt
The Waitresses
The Ventures
The Smithereens
The Ramones
The Pretenders
The Clash
Suzanne Vega
Steve Reich
Squirrel Nut Zippers
Southern Culture On The Skids
Sonic Youth
Richard Thompson
REM (opening for Gang of Four)
Public Image Ltd.
Philip Glass
Pete Townshend
Pete Seeger
Paul Weller
Nick Lowe
Morrissey
Midnight Oil
Matthew Sweet
Lou Reed
Live
Les Paul
Julian Cope
John Lee Hooker
James Brown
Emmylou Harris
Elvis Costello
DEVO
David Bowie
Chuck Berry
Bruce Springsteen
Bo Diddley
Blondie
Blind Melon
Big Audio Dynamite
Beausoliel
B-52s
Arthur Lee & Love
ABBA

 

 
wow. cool list. ABBA?
Proclivities

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Posted: Apr 24, 2014 - 1:25pm

Yo-Yo Ma
Wilson Pickett
Todd Rundgren
Tift Merritt
The Waitresses
The Ventures
The Smithereens
The Ramones
The Pretenders
The Clash
Suzanne Vega
Steve Reich
Squirrel Nut Zippers
Southern Culture On The Skids
Sonic Youth
Richard Thompson
REM (opening for Gang of Four)
Public Image Ltd.
Philip Glass
Pete Townshend
Pete Seeger
Paul Weller
Nick Lowe
Morrissey
Midnight Oil
Matthew Sweet
Lou Reed
Live
Les Paul
Julian Cope
John Lee Hooker
James Brown
Emmylou Harris
Elvis Costello
DEVO
David Bowie
Chuck Berry
Bruce Springsteen
Bo Diddley
Blondie
Blind Melon
Big Audio Dynamite
Beausoliel
B-52s
Arthur Lee & Love
ABBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Apr 23, 2014 - 5:39pm

Looking at this lineup from the US Festival, it appears I've seen Jackson Browne. I did not know that.
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Apr 23, 2014 - 5:32pm

Rather than work, I checked out my 7s list for stuff not on my 8-9-10s list


Bob Mould
Sonic Youth
Jimmy Buffett
Fountains of Wayne
Kaki King
Adrian Belew
Timbuk3
The Bangles 
Poi Dog Pondering
Gang of Four
Santana (shocked that I have a Santana song rated this highly)
Siouxsie & the Banshees
The Alarm
  
A long list of 7s (998) for such a short list of "seen 'em" but several of my 7s are also on my 8-9-10 list so hey.

Now let's look at the 1-2-3! Whee!
 
1: The Dead & Santana. Yes, I lived in SF and yes I could show you where the Dead lived in the Haight. I tried, I really did. I'd love to hang out with Carlos, I think he's a pretty cool guy.
 
2: Billy Squier
(Old) Fleetwood Mac
Clapton (not a fan but this was a bad song of his)
 
3:
Brave Combo. This surprised me, they're fun. The song must be crap.
Ben Harper
 
and that's it. Nothing unique in the Low ratings, they're either bands I wouldn't pay to see or that just happen to have a lousy song in the playlist... so the good news is I haven't paid to see many bands that are terrible...
 
ScottN

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Posted: Apr 23, 2014 - 5:22pm

I am paying the price of attending many, many concerts by having a troubling case of tinnitus. Too many times up close to Keith Richards' main speaker.  Oh, and and poor judgment using headphones years ago.
kurtster

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Posted: Apr 23, 2014 - 3:51pm

Did what Scott did.  I'm sure there are a couple more that are unrated and missed but this is the list.

 10's
Pink Floyd
Led Zeppelin
Rolling Stones
James Gang 
Joe Walsh and Barnstorm
Aerosmith
The Doors
Bowie (after much thought, Public Hall, Cleve, 77)
CSN
CSN&Y
Jefferson Airplane
Allman Bros
Greg Allman 
Moody Blues
Annie Lennox
Guess Who
Kinks
Steve Miller
Traffic
Pretenders
Yes
Jethro Tull
Donovan
Queen
Spirit
The Who
Beach Boys
The Band
Bruce Springsteen
ZZ Top
Genesis
Dave Mason
Fleetwood Mac
Sheryl Crow
Clapton
Iron Butterfly
Paul McCartney
Jeff Beck
Jimmy Buffett
Steely Dan
Savoy Brown
Neil Young
Billy Joel
Elton John
Roger Waters

9's
Blue Oyster Cult
Jackson Browne
Alanis Morissette
Electric Light Orchestra
The Cars
The Tubes
Billy Idol
Joe Cocker
Eric Johnson
Paul Simon
Van Morrison
Golden Earring
Grass Roots
Rickie Lee Jones
Kenny Wayne Shepard
Joni Mitchell
Blondie
Phoebe Snow
Tori Amos
Heart
Hot Tuna
Chicago
Doobie Brothers
Todd Rundgren
Sting
Cheap Trick
John Mayall
Gin Blossoms
Phil Keaggy / Glass Harp
Johnny Winter
B-52's

8's
Pet Shop Boys
Brian Auger
Focus
Journey
Leon Russell
Indigo Girls
Michael Stanley Band
Metallica

7's
Mathew Sweet
AC / DC  (must say that their songs I would rate much higher would never get played here)

unrated
Alice Cooper

Edit: and whoever played at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame show at the old Cleveland Muni stadium.  Effer lasted 8 hours (and with Floyd, Tull, ABB and a few others not withstanding at separate concerts), prolly the best concert that I ever went to.  Just remembered Dylan was there so add him to the list.  It was the last show, game or anything played at the old stadium.  It was torn down shortly after the show IRRC.
 
The Kinks and the ABB were the show stoppers.




stub30

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Posted: Apr 23, 2014 - 1:17pm

In no particular order I have seen the following in concert:

Jackson Browne

Neil Finn

Crowded House

Porcupine Tree

The Beatles (1966 in Seattle, my first concert)

Steven Wilson

Stevie Ray Vaughn

John Hiatt

Bruce Springsteen

Guster

Joni Mitchell

Arlo Guthrie

BB King

Josh Ritter

The New Pornographers

Carbon Leaf

Chris Isaak

Ellis Paul

Hem

Dar Williams

James McMurtry

Avett Bros.

Heart

Bruce Cockburn

Over the Rhine

Gordon Lightfoot

Great Lake Swimmers

Chicago

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Sigur Ros

Eagles

Gabe Dixon Band

Lyle Lovett

Vienna Teng

Brandi Carlile

Antje Duvekot

Blackfield

Eddie Vedder

The Be Good Tanyas

The Mammals

Ben Folds

Ben Folds Five

The Wailin Jennys

Barenaked Ladies

Great Big Sea

The Head and the Heart

Dave Matthews Band

Good Old War

I know there are more, just can't think of them at this time.


MartyF

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Posted: Apr 22, 2014 - 3:36am

Steely Dan
Chicago
Peter Frampton
America
Crosby Stills & Nash
Phil Collins
Sting
U2
 
DD gypsyman

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Posted: Oct 28, 2013 - 12:17pm

Muddy Waters

The Allman Bros.

Humble Pie

Joan Baez

David Bowie

Johnny Winter

The Doobie Bros.

The Grateful Dead

Yes

Frank Zappa

BB King (I actually held Lucille for him, while he climbed off the stage)

Rolling Stones

Maria Muldaur

Metallica (backstage pass, partied with the band, ran soundboard 2 songs)

ZZ Top

Stevie Ray Vaughn

Steppenwolf

Charlie Daniels

Romeo Void

Roy Buchanan

Edgar Winter

Jefferson Starship

Aerosmith

NRBQ (from my hometown, aka The New Rhythm And Blues Quartet)

Jackson Browne

The Box Tops

Poco

***There might be a couple more...but...time...











 
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Oct 27, 2013 - 8:24pm

Okay, this was kind of a chore, but I went thru my top rated and wrote down all the 10-9-8-rated songs by artists that I've seen. It was interesting, tho, in that going thru the 10s, the density of acts I'd seen was much higher than 9s. By the time I got down to the 8s (I've rated many more songs an 8 than 10, probably 3 to 1 or more edit: 649 to 83 (8s to 10s) but look at how similar the length of my 10s (seen) to 8s (seen) is, too lazy to go look at the graph right now), the number of acts I'd really like to see vs acts I've actually seen was also probably 3 to 1, and that's not counting the acts I'd also seen but rated a 10 so they're on this list, y'know? No. Anyway, it was interesting for me that for a band to move from 8 to 10, it helps if I've been to a show and had a good time.

10s I've seen:
====================
James McMurtry
U2
Billy Bragg & Wilco (together... never seen BB solo for some reason)
Wilco
Talking Heads
X
Dave Edmunds
Police
Los Lobos
Blasters
Pretenders
Jesus & Mary Chain
Nick Lowe
Pogues (Actually Shane MacGowan and the Popes but it was the Pogues, really)
Graham Parker
Replacements
Beat Farmers
Elvis Costello
Jonathan Richman
Ramones
Lucinda Williams
Steve Earle
 
9s
=============
Tom Petty
Dream Syndicate (never hear them here anymore but they're on my 9s list so they must have been played)
Neil Young
Fleetwood Mac
Cheap Trick
Squeeze
B-52's
REM
Adrian Belew (& the Bears)
Camper Van Beethoven
Cars
Lyle Lovett
Hoodoo Gurus
Kinks
Sinead O'Connor
Big Country

8s
==================
Chris Isaak
Blondie
Avett Brothers
Bob Dylan (interesting I haven't rated anything of his a 10. I certainly would but I'm surprised by how much stuff I just never rate, especially classic stuff that doesn't need my validation)
Violent Femmes (would have several 10s but RP doesn't play much of their stuff)
Patty Griffin
Rave-Ups
Pixies
Yo La Tengo
Smiths
Cure
Shriekback
Son Volt
54-40
John Hiatt
Robert Earl Keen
Colin Hay
Peter Case
Love & Rockets
Dave Alvin
They Might Be Giants
Commander Cody (I was way underage, but technically I was there altho I couldn't tell you anything about the show. I did see Bill Kirchen a couple of years ago so that counts)
Leo Kottke
10,000 Maniacs
Social Distortion
Smashing Pumpkins
Gourds
BoDeans

=========================

Notes: These are in the same order that they appear in my lists, that is, in the order that I rated them. Note Smashing Pumpkins and The Gourds one after the other Saw them about 20 years apart.  Smiths/Cure/Shriekback sounds like an 80s Flashback Reunion tour but no, they were all separate shows, altho Smiths and the Cure were both in Santa Barbara. Shriekback were in a cave-like club somewhere in SoCal, opening for Hoodoo Gurus. Or vice versa, can't remember. Great show. also saw Shriekback in NYC on Halloween.

Many many other bands not in my top 8-9-10 would be on here. Grateful Dead probably doesn't score more than a 4 with me but of course I checked them out.  


ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Oct 27, 2013 - 7:46pm

 mutepoint wrote:
Looking at my list of fave tunes here on RP, I wondered just how many of these artists/groups have I seen?

Thanks to concerts, folk fest, jazz fest and a few other fests, looks like ~ 70.  Not bad ?

How about you?

My list:

Alison Brown Quartet
Alison Krauss & Union Station
Alpha Yaya Diallo
Amadou & Mariam
Angélique Kidjo
Ashley MacIsaac
Bahamas
Baka Beyond
Béla Fleck
Blue Man Group
Bonnie Raitt
Bruce Cockburn
Calexico
California Guitar Trio
Chick Corea
Chris Isaak
Conjure One
Cowboy Junkies
Danny Michel
David Gray
Diana Krall
Eliades Ochoa
Elton John
Feist
Gaye Delorme
Gipsy Kings
Glenn Miller Orchestra
Gordon Lightfoot
Habib Koite & Bamada
Harry Manx
Herbie Hancock
Holly Cole
Inti-Illimani
Jane Siberry
Jerry Douglas
Jesse Cook
Jethro Tull
Joan Osborne
Johnny Clegg & Savuka
k.d. lang
KiLA
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Loreena McKennitt
Lyle Lovett
Madeleine Peyroux
Melissa McClelland
Metric
Moody Blues
Natalie MacMaster
Neko Case
Norah Jones
Oliver Mtukudzi
Oscar Lopez
Ottmar Liebert
Paco De Lucia
Pink Martini
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Sarah Harmer
Shawn Colvin
Solas
Steve Earle
Stevie Wonder
Strunz & Farah
The Barr Brothers
The Derek Trucks Band
The Wailin' Jennys
Tracy Chapman
Van Morrison
Vieux Farka Touré
Willie and Lobo

 

 
That's a hell of a list
 
 
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Posted: Oct 27, 2013 - 5:18pm

Fleecewood Mac (or is that Slamwood Hack) several times starting in '71
Al Stewart 6 times
Bloody Mues 6 times
Eric Animal & The Burdons
Iron Butterfly
BB King
Jethro Tull
Renaissance (6 times)
Sheep Trick
Donovan
Genesis (twice)
Tori Amos
Joni Mitchell
Steppenwolf
Santana
John Mellonhead
Harry Chapin
Jim Croce
The Who
ZZ Top
Muddy Water
Dave Brubeck
Sly & The Stoned Family
Joni Mitchell
Grateful Dead
Lou Reed
Frank Zappa
Jefferson Airplane
Uriah Heep
Strawbs
Styx
Rolling Stones
Heart
ELP
Richard Thompson
Van Morrison
Talking Heads (Had no choice, I worked at the venue)
Chicago
Joan Baez
Loreena McKennitt
The Ramones
Neil Young
And I am sure I'll add a few more as I remember them...


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Posted: Oct 27, 2013 - 5:10pm

fleetwood smack
yes
johnny winter
the grateful dead
um... 
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Posted: Oct 27, 2013 - 4:35pm

mutepoint wrote:
Looking at my list of fave tunes here on RP, I wondered just how many of these artists/groups have I seen?

Thanks to concerts, folk fest, jazz fest and a few other fests, looks like ~ 70. Not bad ?

How about you?

My list:

Alison Brown Quartet
Alison Krauss & Union Station
Alpha Yaya Diallo
Amadou & Mariam
Angélique Kidjo
Ashley MacIsaac
Bahamas
Baka Beyond
Béla Fleck
Blue Man Group
Bonnie Raitt
Bruce Cockburn
Calexico
California Guitar Trio
Chick Corea
Chris Isaak
Conjure One
Cowboy Junkies
Danny Michel
David Gray
Diana Krall
Eliades Ochoa
Elton John
Feist
Gaye Delorme
Gipsy Kings
Glenn Miller Orchestra
Gordon Lightfoot
Habib Koite & Bamada
Harry Manx
Herbie Hancock
Holly Cole
Inti-Illimani
Jane Siberry
Jerry Douglas
Jesse Cook
Jethro Tull
Joan Osborne
Johnny Clegg & Savuka
k.d. lang
KiLA
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Loreena McKennitt
Lyle Lovett
Madeleine Peyroux
Melissa McClelland
Metric
Moody Blues
Natalie MacMaster
Neko Case
Norah Jones
Oliver Mtukudzi
Oscar Lopez
Ottmar Liebert
Paco De Lucia
Pink Martini
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Sarah Harmer
Shawn Colvin
Solas
Steve Earle
Stevie Wonder
Strunz & Farah
The Barr Brothers
The Derek Trucks Band
The Wailin' Jennys
Tracy Chapman
Van Morrison
Vieux Farka Touré
Willie and Lobo






I got nuthin' that modern!