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Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child (slight return) Woodstock 🙌
#jimihendrix #jimihendrixexperience #bandofgypsies #facesofrock1 #stevierayvaughan #ericclapton #cream #davidgilmour #pinkfloyd #neilyoung
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Southern Man, live 1970

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Southern Man, live 1970

Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Girl From The North Country

Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Girl From The North Country

Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones performing Mannish Boy at Checkerboard Lounge, 1981🙌The Rolling Stones often played this in their early days and released it on their 1977 Love You Live album. Muddy Waters was a huge influence on The Stones; their name comes from his song 'Rollin' Stone.'Muddy Waters originally recorded this in 1955, then re-recorded it in 1977 for his Hard Again album in a version produced by Johnny Winter.

Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones performing Mannish Boy at Checkerboard Lounge, 1981🙌The Rolling Stones often played this in their early days and released it on their 1977 Love You Live album. Muddy Waters was a huge influence on The Stones; their name comes from his song 'Rollin' Stone.'Muddy Waters originally recorded this in 1955, then re-recorded it in 1977 for his Hard Again album in a version produced by Johnny Winter.

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Campanile di Valmontanaia...
Questa foto l'ho sottratta da un post di instagram, questa parete sempre un po' tralasciata dai camminatori mi è subito piaciuta...😍 il motivo è anche perché vista mia pareidolia ci vedo proprio una bellissima faccia! Nitida bocca e naso...prende tutta la lunghezza del monolite!...appena posso andrò a verificare...😅...
Voi ci vedete qualcosa?😳😀👋 #cimolais
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Campanile di Valmontanaia... Questa foto l'ho sottratta da un post di instagram, questa parete sempre un po' tralasciata dai camminatori mi è subito piaciuta...😍 il motivo è anche perché vista mia pareidolia ci vedo proprio una bellissima faccia! Nitida bocca e naso...prende tutta la lunghezza del monolite!...appena posso andrò a verificare...😅... Voi ci vedete qualcosa?😳😀👋 #cimolais #parcodolomitifriulane #campanilevalmontanaia #postidelcuore #rifugiopordenone #ilovemymountains #montagnachepassione #pareidolia #iseethefaces #facesofrock #facesofrock1#

Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child (slight return) Woodstock 🙌
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The Rolling Stones - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
This was released in the United States on June 6, 1965, just a month after Keith Richards woke up with the guitar riff in his head. In the UK, it wasn't issued until August 20, since The Stones did not want to release it in England until they were there to support it. While they were touring in America, they became very popular in England, so they kept recording singles in the States to keep their momentum until they could return for a tour.
Mick Jagger (1968): 'It sounded like a folk song when we first started working on it and Keith didn't like it much, he didn't want it to be a single, he didn't think it would do very well. I think Keith thought it was a bit basic. I don't think he really listened to it properly. He was too close to it and just felt it was a silly kind of riff.' >>Richards ran his guitar through a Gibson Fuzz Box to create the distortion effect. He had no intention of using the sound on the record, but Gibson had just sent him the device, and he thought the Fuzz Box would create sustained notes to help sketch out the horn section. The band thought it sounded great and wanted to use the sound because it would be very unusual for a rock record. Richards thought it sounded gimmicky and did not like the result, but the rest of the band convinced him to ditch the horn section and use the distorted guitar sound.

The Rolling Stones - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction This was released in the United States on June 6, 1965, just a month after Keith Richards woke up with the guitar riff in his head. In the UK, it wasn't issued until August 20, since The Stones did not want to release it in England until they were there to support it. While they were touring in America, they became very popular in England, so they kept recording singles in the States to keep their momentum until they could return for a tour. Mick Jagger (1968): 'It sounded like a folk song when we first started working on it and Keith didn't like it much, he didn't want it to be a single, he didn't think it would do very well. I think Keith thought it was a bit basic. I don't think he really listened to it properly. He was too close to it and just felt it was a silly kind of riff.' >>Richards ran his guitar through a Gibson Fuzz Box to create the distortion effect. He had no intention of using the sound on the record, but Gibson had just sent him the device, and he thought the Fuzz Box would create sustained notes to help sketch out the horn section. The band thought it sounded great and wanted to use the sound because it would be very unusual for a rock record. Richards thought it sounded gimmicky and did not like the result, but the rest of the band convinced him to ditch the horn section and use the distorted guitar sound.

The Beatles - I Feel Fine live at Budokan 1966. Confidence is the foundation of success. For instance, John Lennon introduced their newly written song 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' to producer George Martin by saying 'You'd better come on down here and have a listen to our next number one record.' His confidence led directly to the success of that song, which not only shot to number one in Britain but was the crucial track that broke them in America and sky-rocketed them to international fame.
But, it doesn't always work that way. A different example is when The Beatles were scrambling to find a song that was good enough to release as an end-of-the-year single for 1964. Lennon explains: 'Going into the studio one morning I said to Ringo, 'I've written this song but it's lousy,' but we tried it, complete with riff, and it sounded like an A-side, so we decided to release it just like that.'
The song John was describing above was 'I Feel Fine,' which wound up ending 1964 with a great big bang! It spent five weeks at number one in Britain and, after their previous three American singles failed to crack the top ten (see 'I'll Cry Instead,' 'And I Love Her' and 'Matchbox'), this song catapulted them back to number one on the American charts for three weeks. Even the single's b-side 'She's A Woman' peaked at number four on the charts, their highest b-side charting yet. Nearly every future Beatles single released after this in the US during their career also made it to the top spot.
So, in this case, John's uncertainty about 'I Feel Fine' led to pulling them out of a slight lull in their American success and cementing them in the number one spot on the American charts for the next six years. I guess the song wasn't quite as 'lousy' as John originally thought!

The Beatles - I Feel Fine live at Budokan 1966. Confidence is the foundation of success. For instance, John Lennon introduced their newly written song 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' to producer George Martin by saying 'You'd better come on down here and have a listen to our next number one record.' His confidence led directly to the success of that song, which not only shot to number one in Britain but was the crucial track that broke them in America and sky-rocketed them to international fame. But, it doesn't always work that way. A different example is when The Beatles were scrambling to find a song that was good enough to release as an end-of-the-year single for 1964. Lennon explains: 'Going into the studio one morning I said to Ringo, 'I've written this song but it's lousy,' but we tried it, complete with riff, and it sounded like an A-side, so we decided to release it just like that.' The song John was describing above was 'I Feel Fine,' which wound up ending 1964 with a great big bang! It spent five weeks at number one in Britain and, after their previous three American singles failed to crack the top ten (see 'I'll Cry Instead,' 'And I Love Her' and 'Matchbox'), this song catapulted them back to number one on the American charts for three weeks. Even the single's b-side 'She's A Woman' peaked at number four on the charts, their highest b-side charting yet. Nearly every future Beatles single released after this in the US during their career also made it to the top spot. So, in this case, John's uncertainty about 'I Feel Fine' led to pulling them out of a slight lull in their American success and cementing them in the number one spot on the American charts for the next six years. I guess the song wasn't quite as 'lousy' as John originally thought!

Tame Impala - Elephant live at melt festival 2016. Tame Impala is a Psychedelic Rock project led by Australian musician, singer and producer Kevin Parker. Their name refers to the impala, a medium sized antelope, 'Not so much domesticated, the band explained to FasterLouder, 'more like, less afraid of things; not running away all the time.' This is the first single from their second album, Lonerism.
Parker explained the song's meaning to NME: 'It's not really a song about being a loner; it's a song about the bully,' he said. 'The guy who thinks he's great. The jock. You can imagine a real reclusive kind of guy who's a bit bitter about this guy who thinks he's great. Which is the opposite vibe of the loner, so it presents him in the worst light.'

Tame Impala - Elephant live at melt festival 2016. Tame Impala is a Psychedelic Rock project led by Australian musician, singer and producer Kevin Parker. Their name refers to the impala, a medium sized antelope, 'Not so much domesticated, the band explained to FasterLouder, 'more like, less afraid of things; not running away all the time.' This is the first single from their second album, Lonerism. Parker explained the song's meaning to NME: 'It's not really a song about being a loner; it's a song about the bully,' he said. 'The guy who thinks he's great. The jock. You can imagine a real reclusive kind of guy who's a bit bitter about this guy who thinks he's great. Which is the opposite vibe of the loner, so it presents him in the worst light.'

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising
Rolling Stone issue 649, John Fogerty explained that the lyrics were inspired by a movie called The Devil And Daniel Webster, in which a hurricane wipes out most of a town. This is where he got the idea for the words 'I feel the hurricane blowin', I hope you're quite prepared to die.' Overall, he said the song is about the 'apocalypse that was going to be visited upon us.'
Released in April 1969, this was the lead single from Green River. The B-side was 'Lodi.'
The song reached its US chart peak of #2 (one of five CCR songs to place that this position - they never got to #1) on July 28, 1969, eight days after the Apollo 11 moon landing. The song has nothing to do with space travel, but the title was somewhat apropos, especially after the mission succeeded.

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising Rolling Stone issue 649, John Fogerty explained that the lyrics were inspired by a movie called The Devil And Daniel Webster, in which a hurricane wipes out most of a town. This is where he got the idea for the words 'I feel the hurricane blowin', I hope you're quite prepared to die.' Overall, he said the song is about the 'apocalypse that was going to be visited upon us.' Released in April 1969, this was the lead single from Green River. The B-side was 'Lodi.' The song reached its US chart peak of #2 (one of five CCR songs to place that this position - they never got to #1) on July 28, 1969, eight days after the Apollo 11 moon landing. The song has nothing to do with space travel, but the title was somewhat apropos, especially after the mission succeeded.

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Reposted from @pink.floyd_lovers - David Gilmour performing Wish You Were Here live 🙌
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So, so you think you can tell
Heaven from hell
Blue skies from pain
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail?
A smile from a veil?
Do you think you can tell?
Did they get you to trade
Your heroes for ghosts?
Hot ashes for trees?
Hot air for a cool breeze?
Cold comfort for change?
Did you exchange
A walk on part in the war
For a lead role in a cage?
How I wish, how I wish you were here
We're just two lost souls
Swimming in a fish bowl
Year after year
Running over the same old ground
And how we found
The same old fears
Wish you were here .
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Wish You Were Here 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙 . Reposted from @pink .floyd_lovers - David Gilmour performing Wish You Were Here live 🙌 .. So, so you think you can tell Heaven from hell Blue skies from pain Can you tell a green field From a cold steel rail? A smile from a veil? Do you think you can tell? Did they get you to trade Your heroes for ghosts? Hot ashes for trees? Hot air for a cool breeze? Cold comfort for change? Did you exchange A walk on part in the war For a lead role in a cage? How I wish, how I wish you were here We're just two lost souls Swimming in a fish bowl Year after year Running over the same old ground And how we found The same old fears Wish you were here . #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour #rogerwaters #nickmason #richardwright #sydbarrett #facesofrock1 #classicrockmusic #progressiverock #psychedelic #psychedelicmusic #psychedelicrock #bluesguitar #70s #rockmusic #music #goodmusic #goodoldmusic @karinagallopiriz ✌ Follow : @magicians .music 💫

Repost from @pink.floyd_lovers using @RepostRegramApp - David Gilmour performing Wish You Were Here live 🙌
The song reflected the feeling of the band while they were recording the album. Waters felt they were not putting a full effort into the recording sessions.
When this song starts, it sounds like it is coming from an AM radio somewhere in the distance. It represents the distance between the listener and the music. 😊
At the end, when the wind is blowing, you can hear the sound of a violin that was played by Stephane Grappelli, a Jazz musician who was recording in nearby studios. Pink Floyd asked him to guest on this when they found out he was there.
The theme of the album is absence. They chose this as the title track because it summed up the message. The man who did their cover art, Storm Thorgerson, was the first to suggest this as the album title.
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Repost from @pink .floyd_lovers using @RepostRegramApp - David Gilmour performing Wish You Were Here live 🙌 The song reflected the feeling of the band while they were recording the album. Waters felt they were not putting a full effort into the recording sessions. When this song starts, it sounds like it is coming from an AM radio somewhere in the distance. It represents the distance between the listener and the music. 😊 At the end, when the wind is blowing, you can hear the sound of a violin that was played by Stephane Grappelli, a Jazz musician who was recording in nearby studios. Pink Floyd asked him to guest on this when they found out he was there. The theme of the album is absence. They chose this as the title track because it summed up the message. The man who did their cover art, Storm Thorgerson, was the first to suggest this as the album title. . . #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour #rogerwaters #nickmason #richardwright #sydbarrett #facesofrock1 #classicrockmusic #progressiverock #psychedelic #psychedelicmusic #psychedelicrock #bluesguitar #70s #rockmusic✌ Follow : @magicians .music 💫 Tag someone who is PinkFloyd fan

The Dirty Mac (John Lennon, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton,Mitch Mitchell) performing 'Yer Blues' December 1968.The supergroup called themselves The Dirty Mac.
The circus The Dirty Mac played in, as well as those aforementioned fans in yellow ponchos and floppy hats, were all part of 1968's The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus television special. In addition to The Dirty Mac, the special featured The Rolling Stones, The Who, Jethro Tull, Taj Mahal, and Marianne Faithfull.
The special was a production nightmare full of malfunctioning equipment, so it ran far longer than originally planned. The Stones didn't take the stage until 5 o'clock in the morning, 15 hours after it began. They were exhausted, as were the production crew and the audience, and so did not perform up to their lofty standards. Thus, Jagger did not allow the special to be aired or released in any way to the public until 1996, nearly 30 years later. So it was that The Dirty Mac, made up entirely of pop music royalty, went unheard by the general listening public.

The Dirty Mac (John Lennon, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton,Mitch Mitchell) performing 'Yer Blues' December 1968.The supergroup called themselves The Dirty Mac. The circus The Dirty Mac played in, as well as those aforementioned fans in yellow ponchos and floppy hats, were all part of 1968's The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus television special. In addition to The Dirty Mac, the special featured The Rolling Stones, The Who, Jethro Tull, Taj Mahal, and Marianne Faithfull. The special was a production nightmare full of malfunctioning equipment, so it ran far longer than originally planned. The Stones didn't take the stage until 5 o'clock in the morning, 15 hours after it began. They were exhausted, as were the production crew and the audience, and so did not perform up to their lofty standards. Thus, Jagger did not allow the special to be aired or released in any way to the public until 1996, nearly 30 years later. So it was that The Dirty Mac, made up entirely of pop music royalty, went unheard by the general listening public.

#Repost @pink.floyd_lovers(@repost_via_instant) David Gilmour performing Wish You Were Here live 🙌
The song reflected the feeling of the band while they were recording the album. Waters felt they were not putting a full effort into the recording sessions.
When this song starts, it sounds like it is coming from an AM radio somewhere in the distance. It represents the distance between the listener and the music. 😊
At the end, when the wind is blowing, you can hear the sound of a violin that was played by Stephane Grappelli, a Jazz musician who was recording in nearby studios. Pink Floyd asked him to guest on this when they found out he was there.
The theme of the album is absence. They chose this as the title track because it summed up the message. The man who did their cover art, Storm Thorgerson, was the first to suggest this as the album title.
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#Repost @pink .floyd_lovers( @repost_via_instant ) David Gilmour performing Wish You Were Here live 🙌 The song reflected the feeling of the band while they were recording the album. Waters felt they were not putting a full effort into the recording sessions. When this song starts, it sounds like it is coming from an AM radio somewhere in the distance. It represents the distance between the listener and the music. 😊 At the end, when the wind is blowing, you can hear the sound of a violin that was played by Stephane Grappelli, a Jazz musician who was recording in nearby studios. Pink Floyd asked him to guest on this when they found out he was there. The theme of the album is absence. They chose this as the title track because it summed up the message. The man who did their cover art, Storm Thorgerson, was the first to suggest this as the album title. . . #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour #rogerwaters #nickmason #richardwright #sydbarrett #facesofrock1 #classicrockmusic #progressiverock #psychedelic #psychedelicmusic #psychedelicrock #bluesguitar #70s #rockmusic✌ Follow : @magicians .music 💫 Tag someone who is PinkFloyd fan

David Gilmour performing the Pink Floyd classic Comfortably Numb 🙌🤘Dave Gilmour wrote the music while he was working on a solo album in 1978. He brought it to The Wall sessions and Waters wrote lyrics for it.
In a radio interview around 1980 with Jim Ladd from KLOS in Los Angeles, Roger Waters said part of the song is about the time he got hepatitis but didn't know it. Pink Floyd had to do a show that night in Philadelphia, and the doctor Roger saw gave him a sedative to help the pain, thinking it was a stomach disorder. At the show, Roger's hands were numb 'like two balloons.' He was unable to focus, but also realized the fans didn't care because they were so busy screaming, hence 'comfortably' numb. He said most of The Wall is about alienation between the audience and band.
Exploring further, Mojo asked Waters about the line, 'That'll keep you going through the show,' referring to getting medicated before going on-stage. He explained: 'That comes from a specific show at the Spectrum in Philadelphia (June 29, 1977). I had stomach cramps so bad that I thought I wasn't able to go on. A doctor backstage gave me a shot of something that I swear to God would have killed a f---ing elephant. I did the whole show hardly able to raise my hand above my knee. He said it was a muscular relaxant. But it rendered me almost insensible. It was so bad that at the end of the show, the audience was baying for more. I couldn't do it.'

David Gilmour performing the Pink Floyd classic Comfortably Numb 🙌🤘Dave Gilmour wrote the music while he was working on a solo album in 1978. He brought it to The Wall sessions and Waters wrote lyrics for it. In a radio interview around 1980 with Jim Ladd from KLOS in Los Angeles, Roger Waters said part of the song is about the time he got hepatitis but didn't know it. Pink Floyd had to do a show that night in Philadelphia, and the doctor Roger saw gave him a sedative to help the pain, thinking it was a stomach disorder. At the show, Roger's hands were numb 'like two balloons.' He was unable to focus, but also realized the fans didn't care because they were so busy screaming, hence 'comfortably' numb. He said most of The Wall is about alienation between the audience and band. Exploring further, Mojo asked Waters about the line, 'That'll keep you going through the show,' referring to getting medicated before going on-stage. He explained: 'That comes from a specific show at the Spectrum in Philadelphia (June 29, 1977). I had stomach cramps so bad that I thought I wasn't able to go on. A doctor backstage gave me a shot of something that I swear to God would have killed a f---ing elephant. I did the whole show hardly able to raise my hand above my knee. He said it was a muscular relaxant. But it rendered me almost insensible. It was so bad that at the end of the show, the audience was baying for more. I couldn't do it.'

The Strokes performing Someday🙌

The Strokes performing Someday🙌

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Nirvana performing Heart-Shaped Box 🙌 Kurt Cobain claimed that this song was inspired by a television report of children suffering from cancer. However, many believe it was really written about his shaky but passionate relationship with his wife, Courtney Love. The lyrics do tend towards this latter interpretation, since they seem to concern themselves with an unstable romance between two individuals. It's worth noting that the lyrics mention Pisces and Cancer, Cobain's and Love's respective astrological signs. Love, after their second meeting sent a small heart-shaped box, containing, among other things, a doll's head, to his hotel room. This is believed to have inspired the song's title. Cobain and Love both shared a love and fascination of dolls.

Nirvana performing Heart-Shaped Box 🙌 Kurt Cobain claimed that this song was inspired by a television report of children suffering from cancer. However, many believe it was really written about his shaky but passionate relationship with his wife, Courtney Love. The lyrics do tend towards this latter interpretation, since they seem to concern themselves with an unstable romance between two individuals. It's worth noting that the lyrics mention Pisces and Cancer, Cobain's and Love's respective astrological signs. Love, after their second meeting sent a small heart-shaped box, containing, among other things, a doll's head, to his hotel room. This is believed to have inspired the song's title. Cobain and Love both shared a love and fascination of dolls.

Tre amiconi a cena nel 1972 #loureed #mickjagger #davidbowie #facesofrock1

Tre amiconi a cena nel 1972 #loureed #mickjagger #davidbowie #facesofrock1

Radiohead performing Creep live in Germany 1994🙌When asked about the song in 1993, lead singer Thom Yorke said, 'I have a real problem being a man in the '90s… Any man with any sensitivity or conscience toward the opposite sex would have a problem. To actually assert yourself in a masculine way without looking like you're in a hard-rock band is a very difficult thing to do… It comes back to the music we write, which is not effeminate, but it's not brutal in its arrogance. It is one of the things I'm always trying: To assert a sexual persona and on the other hand trying desperately to negate it.'

Radiohead performing Creep live in Germany 1994🙌When asked about the song in 1993, lead singer Thom Yorke said, 'I have a real problem being a man in the '90s… Any man with any sensitivity or conscience toward the opposite sex would have a problem. To actually assert yourself in a masculine way without looking like you're in a hard-rock band is a very difficult thing to do… It comes back to the music we write, which is not effeminate, but it's not brutal in its arrogance. It is one of the things I'm always trying: To assert a sexual persona and on the other hand trying desperately to negate it.'

Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones performing Mannish Boy at Checkerboard Lounge, 1981🙌The Rolling Stones often played this in their early days and released it on their 1977 Love You Live album. Muddy Waters was a huge influence on The Stones; their name comes from his song 'Rollin' Stone.'Muddy Waters originally recorded this in 1955, then re-recorded it in 1977 for his Hard Again album in a version produced by Johnny Winter.

Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones performing Mannish Boy at Checkerboard Lounge, 1981🙌The Rolling Stones often played this in their early days and released it on their 1977 Love You Live album. Muddy Waters was a huge influence on The Stones; their name comes from his song 'Rollin' Stone.'Muddy Waters originally recorded this in 1955, then re-recorded it in 1977 for his Hard Again album in a version produced by Johnny Winter.

Jimi Hendrix performing Hey Joe at Woodstock 🙌 This was the last song performed at Woodstock in 1969. The festival was scheduled to end at midnight on Sunday, August 17 (the third day), but it ran long and Hendrix didn't go on until Monday around 9 a.m. There weren't many attendees left, but Hendrix delivered a legendary performance.Hey Joe' was written by a singer named Billy Roberts, who was part of the Greenwich Village folk scene in the early '60s. The song is structured as a conversation between two men, with 'Joe' explaining to the other that he caught his woman cheating and plans to kill her. They talk again, and Joe explains that he did indeed shoot her, and is headed to Mexico.

Jimi Hendrix performing Hey Joe at Woodstock 🙌 This was the last song performed at Woodstock in 1969. The festival was scheduled to end at midnight on Sunday, August 17 (the third day), but it ran long and Hendrix didn't go on until Monday around 9 a.m. There weren't many attendees left, but Hendrix delivered a legendary performance.Hey Joe' was written by a singer named Billy Roberts, who was part of the Greenwich Village folk scene in the early '60s. The song is structured as a conversation between two men, with 'Joe' explaining to the other that he caught his woman cheating and plans to kill her. They talk again, and Joe explains that he did indeed shoot her, and is headed to Mexico.

Eagles warming up backstage with Seven Bridges Road 🙌Steve Young recorded his own song in 1969, but it was in 1980 that the Eagles added some harmonies and the song really took off. One interesting fact is that the band members used to perform the song backstage as a way of warming up before starting a gig. The harmonies were thought to give them a great vocal and musical rev-up before going on stage.
Steve Young, then living in Montgomery, Alabama, was taken to Woodley Road, aka the 'Seven Bridges Road,' by some friends in the 1960s, and thus knew from first-hand experience what to write about. He remembers it as a dirt road leading into the country. Of course, the road had seven bridges, hence its name. But that is a local name, invented and used by the locals from as far back as the 1860s. Young remembers the old farmhouses, churches, streams, trees with Spanish moss, and graveyards. The area had character.

Eagles warming up backstage with Seven Bridges Road 🙌Steve Young recorded his own song in 1969, but it was in 1980 that the Eagles added some harmonies and the song really took off. One interesting fact is that the band members used to perform the song backstage as a way of warming up before starting a gig. The harmonies were thought to give them a great vocal and musical rev-up before going on stage. Steve Young, then living in Montgomery, Alabama, was taken to Woodley Road, aka the 'Seven Bridges Road,' by some friends in the 1960s, and thus knew from first-hand experience what to write about. He remembers it as a dirt road leading into the country. Of course, the road had seven bridges, hence its name. But that is a local name, invented and used by the locals from as far back as the 1860s. Young remembers the old farmhouses, churches, streams, trees with Spanish moss, and graveyards. The area had character.

RePosted 🤘😍 @facesofrock1 Jimi Hendrix performing Hear My Train Comin on 12 String Accoustic 🙌 What's your favourite Hendrix song? .
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Credence Clearwater Revival performing Green River🙌This song was written by group leader John Fogerty, who explained in his Storytellers special: 'Green River is really about this place where I used to go as a kid on Putah Creek, near Winters, California. I went there with my family every year until I was ten. Lot of happy memories there. I learned how to swim there. There was a rope hanging from the tree. Certainly dragonflies, bullfrogs. There was a little cabin we would stay in owned by a descendant of Buffalo Bill Cody. That's the reference in the song to Cody Jr. ['Up at Cody's camp I spent my days...']
The actual specific reference, Green River, I got from a soda pop-syrup label. You used to be able to go into a soda fountain, and they had these bottles of flavored syrup. My flavor was called Green River. It was green, lime flavored, and they would empty some out over some ice and pour some of that soda water on it, and you had yourself a Green River.'

Credence Clearwater Revival performing Green River🙌This song was written by group leader John Fogerty, who explained in his Storytellers special: 'Green River is really about this place where I used to go as a kid on Putah Creek, near Winters, California. I went there with my family every year until I was ten. Lot of happy memories there. I learned how to swim there. There was a rope hanging from the tree. Certainly dragonflies, bullfrogs. There was a little cabin we would stay in owned by a descendant of Buffalo Bill Cody. That's the reference in the song to Cody Jr. ['Up at Cody's camp I spent my days...'] The actual specific reference, Green River, I got from a soda pop-syrup label. You used to be able to go into a soda fountain, and they had these bottles of flavored syrup. My flavor was called Green River. It was green, lime flavored, and they would empty some out over some ice and pour some of that soda water on it, and you had yourself a Green River.'

Dire Straits performing Lady Writer🙌 According to the 1984 biography of the band, 'Lady Writer' was inspired by Marina Warner, who songwriter Mark Knopfler saw on a TV program, hence the opening line 'Lady Writer on the TV...' In 1976, Warner, a highly educated polyglot, published a scholarly book about the cult of the Virgin Mary. For some reason her appearance struck a chord with Knopfler, bringing back painful memories of a love that was no more. There's real venom in the song, and it is evident that any resemblance the talented Miss Warner bore to his former lover was strictly physical.

Dire Straits performing Lady Writer🙌 According to the 1984 biography of the band, 'Lady Writer' was inspired by Marina Warner, who songwriter Mark Knopfler saw on a TV program, hence the opening line 'Lady Writer on the TV...' In 1976, Warner, a highly educated polyglot, published a scholarly book about the cult of the Virgin Mary. For some reason her appearance struck a chord with Knopfler, bringing back painful memories of a love that was no more. There's real venom in the song, and it is evident that any resemblance the talented Miss Warner bore to his former lover was strictly physical.

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Ziggy Stardust - Starman🙌In 1972, Bowie performed this song on the British TV show, Top of the Pops. Bowie appeared as the flame-haired Ziggy Stardust dressed in a multicolored jump suit. Bowie strummed a blue guitar while he moved flirtatiously alongside his guitarist, Mick Ronson. It was the first time many had seen Bowie and people were fascinated by his stage presence. This performance would catapult Bowie to stardom and prove wildly influential on the next generation of English rockers.
Among the many who have cited this specific appearance as a transformative moment is Lol Tolhurst of The Cure, who writes in his memoir, 'I remember sitting on my couch at home with my mother, watching this spectacle unfold, and at the point where Bowie sang the line, 'I had to phone someone so I picked on you,' he pointed directly at the camera, and I knew he was singing that line to me and everyone like me. It was a call to arms that put me on the path that I would soon follow.' #davidbowie #bowie #aladdinsane #ziggystardust #thinwhiteduke #facesofrock1 #mickronson #rocknroll #funk #psychedelic #fashion #style #icon #queen #freddiemercury #blues #grunge #metal #classicrock #lifeonmars #spaceoddity #iggypop #loureed #heros #60s #70s #glamrock

#Repost @facesofrock1 with @make_repost ・・・ Ziggy Stardust - Starman🙌In 1972, Bowie performed this song on the British TV show, Top of the Pops. Bowie appeared as the flame-haired Ziggy Stardust dressed in a multicolored jump suit. Bowie strummed a blue guitar while he moved flirtatiously alongside his guitarist, Mick Ronson. It was the first time many had seen Bowie and people were fascinated by his stage presence. This performance would catapult Bowie to stardom and prove wildly influential on the next generation of English rockers. Among the many who have cited this specific appearance as a transformative moment is Lol Tolhurst of The Cure, who writes in his memoir, 'I remember sitting on my couch at home with my mother, watching this spectacle unfold, and at the point where Bowie sang the line, 'I had to phone someone so I picked on you,' he pointed directly at the camera, and I knew he was singing that line to me and everyone like me. It was a call to arms that put me on the path that I would soon follow.' #davidbowie #bowie #aladdinsane #ziggystardust #thinwhiteduke #facesofrock1 #mickronson #rocknroll #funk #psychedelic #fashion #style #icon #queen #freddiemercury #blues #grunge #metal #classicrock #lifeonmars #spaceoddity #iggypop #loureed #heros #60s #70s #glamrock

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Jimi Hendrix performing Hey Joe at Monterey 1967🤘This is the song that started it all for Hendrix. After being discharged from the US Army in 1962, he worked as a backing musician for The Isley Brothers and Little Richard, and in 1966 performed under the name Jimmy James in the group Jimmy James and the Blue Flames. Hendrix introduced 'Hey Joe' to the band and added it to their setlist. During a show at the Greenwich Village club Cafe Wha?, Chas Chandler of The Animals was in the audience, and he knew instantly that Hendrix was the man to record the song.
Chandler convinced Hendrix to join him in London, and he became Jimi's producer and manager. Teaming Hendrix with Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell, Chandler had the group - known as The Jimi Hendrix Experience - record 'Hey Joe,' and released it as a single in the UK in December 1966. It climbed to #6 in February 1967, as Hendrix developed a reputation as an electrifying performer and wildly innovative guitarist.
America was a tougher nut to crack - when the song was released there in April, it went nowhere.
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Sabadou?!!! 🤘🤘🤘🤘 #Repost @facesofrock1 ( @get_repost ) ・・・ Jimi Hendrix performing Hey Joe at Monterey 1967🤘This is the song that started it all for Hendrix. After being discharged from the US Army in 1962, he worked as a backing musician for The Isley Brothers and Little Richard, and in 1966 performed under the name Jimmy James in the group Jimmy James and the Blue Flames. Hendrix introduced 'Hey Joe' to the band and added it to their setlist. During a show at the Greenwich Village club Cafe Wha?, Chas Chandler of The Animals was in the audience, and he knew instantly that Hendrix was the man to record the song. Chandler convinced Hendrix to join him in London, and he became Jimi's producer and manager. Teaming Hendrix with Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell, Chandler had the group - known as The Jimi Hendrix Experience - record 'Hey Joe,' and released it as a single in the UK in December 1966. It climbed to #6 in February 1967, as Hendrix developed a reputation as an electrifying performer and wildly innovative guitarist. America was a tougher nut to crack - when the song was released there in April, it went nowhere. . . #jimihendrix #jimihendrixexperience #heyjoe #classicrock #facesofrock1 #fenderstratocaster #davidgilmour #pinkfloyd #jimmypage #ledzeppelin #ericclapton #thewho #rollingstones #60s #60sfashion #blues #60srock #rockmusic #70s #70srock #legendas

The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever 🙌Lennon (from his 1980 interview with Playboy magazine): 'Strawberry Fields is a real place. After I stopped living at Penny Lane, I moved in with my auntie who lived in the suburbs in a nice semidetached place with a small garden and doctors and lawyers and that ilk living around... not the poor slummy kind of image that was projected in all the Beatles stories. In the class system, it was about half a class higher than Paul, George and Ringo, who lived in government-subsidized housing. We owned our house and had a garden. They didn't have anything like that. Near that home was Strawberry Fields, a house near a boys' reformatory where I used to go to garden parties as a kid with my friends Nigel and Pete we would go there and hang out and sell lemonade bottles for a penny. We always had fun at Strawberry Fields. So that's where I got the name. But I used it as an image. Strawberry Fields forever.'

The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever 🙌Lennon (from his 1980 interview with Playboy magazine): 'Strawberry Fields is a real place. After I stopped living at Penny Lane, I moved in with my auntie who lived in the suburbs in a nice semidetached place with a small garden and doctors and lawyers and that ilk living around... not the poor slummy kind of image that was projected in all the Beatles stories. In the class system, it was about half a class higher than Paul, George and Ringo, who lived in government-subsidized housing. We owned our house and had a garden. They didn't have anything like that. Near that home was Strawberry Fields, a house near a boys' reformatory where I used to go to garden parties as a kid with my friends Nigel and Pete we would go there and hang out and sell lemonade bottles for a penny. We always had fun at Strawberry Fields. So that's where I got the name. But I used it as an image. Strawberry Fields forever.'

David Gilmour doin what he does best 🙌🙌

David Gilmour doin what he does best 🙌🙌

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Black Sabbath performing War Pigs live in Paris at the Olympia Theatre 1970 This song is about man's desire to kill and destroy. Sabbath got the idea from war stories they heard when they did a show at an American Air Force base during a tour of Europe. They wrote the song when they were in a grim deserted place in Zurich where they were playing for a small sum of money to an even smaller audience.
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#Repost @facesofrock1 with @get_repost ・・・ Black Sabbath performing War Pigs live in Paris at the Olympia Theatre 1970 This song is about man's desire to kill and destroy. Sabbath got the idea from war stories they heard when they did a show at an American Air Force base during a tour of Europe. They wrote the song when they were in a grim deserted place in Zurich where they were playing for a small sum of money to an even smaller audience. . . . . . #blacksabbath #ozzyosbourne #tonyiommi #geezerbutler #billward #facesofrock1 #classicrock #heavymetal #metallica #motorhead #ledzeppelin #jimmypage #jimihendrix #jameshetfield #lemmykilmister #gunsnroses #slash #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour

Robert Plant and Jimmy Page performing Led Zeppelin's Hey Hey What Can I Do live in Detroit in 1995🙌Until it was released on Led Zeppelin's boxed set in 1990, this could only be found in America on the B-side of 'Immigrant Song' and in England on an Atlantic Records record sampler. It's scarcity added to its appeal and helped keep the song on classic rock playlists for many years.
This song was recorded with the intention of releasing it as a single. This was odd because Zeppelin put out very few singles in order to put a premium on albums.

Robert Plant and Jimmy Page performing Led Zeppelin's Hey Hey What Can I Do live in Detroit in 1995🙌Until it was released on Led Zeppelin's boxed set in 1990, this could only be found in America on the B-side of 'Immigrant Song' and in England on an Atlantic Records record sampler. It's scarcity added to its appeal and helped keep the song on classic rock playlists for many years. This song was recorded with the intention of releasing it as a single. This was odd because Zeppelin put out very few singles in order to put a premium on albums.

@facesofrock1 - Jimi Hendrix performing Voodoo Child (slight return) at Woodstock 🙌 This was recorded after Hendrix had finished the long, slow blues of 'Voodoo Chile,' a 15-minute jam that appears earlier on the album. An ABC film crew came into the studio to do a piece on The Experience, and told them to 'make like you're playing, boys.' Jimi said, 'Okay, let's do this in E.' The TV footage was lost.
Stevie Ray Vaughan covered this on his Couldn't Stand the Weather album, and numerous guitar virtuosos carry out extended versions at their own concerts. Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and John Petrucci played a version on their G3 2001 tour.
This was one of several standout wah-wah popularized songs, alongside Cream's 'White Room' and Isaac Hayes' 'Theme from 'Shaft'.' Hendrix was considered a master of the wah-wah pedal, and this track earned him the #1 spot on Guitar World's greatest wah solos of all time list in 2015.
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@facesofrock1 - Jimi Hendrix performing Voodoo Child (slight return) at Woodstock 🙌 This was recorded after Hendrix had finished the long, slow blues of 'Voodoo Chile,' a 15-minute jam that appears earlier on the album. An ABC film crew came into the studio to do a piece on The Experience, and told them to 'make like you're playing, boys.' Jimi said, 'Okay, let's do this in E.' The TV footage was lost. Stevie Ray Vaughan covered this on his Couldn't Stand the Weather album, and numerous guitar virtuosos carry out extended versions at their own concerts. Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and John Petrucci played a version on their G3 2001 tour. This was one of several standout wah-wah popularized songs, alongside Cream's 'White Room' and Isaac Hayes' 'Theme from 'Shaft'.' Hendrix was considered a master of the wah-wah pedal, and this track earned him the #1 spot on Guitar World's greatest wah solos of all time list in 2015. #jimihendrix #jimihendrixexperience #bandofgypsies #facesofrock1 #stevierayvaughan #ericclapton #cream #davidgilmour #pinkfloyd #neilyoung - #regrann

Joe Cocker performing With a Little Help From My Friends at Woodstock 🙌 John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote this song. The Beatles recorded it a year earlier, but never released it as a single. The Beatles were so impressed with Cocker's version of this that they sent him a telegram of congratulations and placed an ad in the music papers praising it.
This was recorded in 3/4 time - a waltz. The Beatles original version was in traditional 4/4 time.
Jimmy Page played guitar, BJ Wilson from Procol Harum played drums, and a gospel choir sang background on

Joe Cocker performing With a Little Help From My Friends at Woodstock 🙌 John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote this song. The Beatles recorded it a year earlier, but never released it as a single. The Beatles were so impressed with Cocker's version of this that they sent him a telegram of congratulations and placed an ad in the music papers praising it. This was recorded in 3/4 time - a waltz. The Beatles original version was in traditional 4/4 time. Jimmy Page played guitar, BJ Wilson from Procol Harum played drums, and a gospel choir sang background on

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Led Zeppelin performing Somethin' Else🤘 Check out Jimmy Page's solo in this Eddie Cochran cover, it's epic!!! 🙌
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#Repost @facesofrock1 with @get_repost ・・・*** Happy humpday!! #alittleLed #somethinelse #humpday #rocknroll #🤘🏼 #madlove #✌🏼️❤️🎵 #***. . Led Zeppelin performing Somethin' Else🤘 Check out Jimmy Page's solo in this Eddie Cochran cover, it's epic!!! 🙌 . . . . . . . . . #ledzeppelin #roberplant #jimmypage #johnpauljones #johnbonham #zoso #facesofrock1 #classicrock #60s #70s #70srock #rockmusic #eddiecochran #guitarsolo #legends #rocklegend

Reposted using @EasyRepost 'Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash performing Girl From The North Country🙌 It was first released as the second track on Dylan's 1963 album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Dylan later recorded the song as a duet with Johnny Cash and released it in 1969 as the first track on the album Nashville Skyline. Musically, “Girl from the North Country” is almost identical to “Boots of Spanish Leather” and is just one example of the way Dylan recycled melodies and even lyrics.
Regardless of who this song was written for, it remains a firm favorite, well established within the Bob Dylan canon, having been covered by Joni Mitchell, Rod Stewart, Pete Townsend, Eddie Vedder, Sting, and even the Counting Crows, amongst others. Perhaps there is girl from Minnesota out there who hears this song and knows it was written for her. But her identity remains a secret neither Dylan nor the mystery girl are willing to share.
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Reposted using @EasyRepost 'Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash performing Girl From The North Country🙌 It was first released as the second track on Dylan's 1963 album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Dylan later recorded the song as a duet with Johnny Cash and released it in 1969 as the first track on the album Nashville Skyline. Musically, “Girl from the North Country” is almost identical to “Boots of Spanish Leather” and is just one example of the way Dylan recycled melodies and even lyrics. Regardless of who this song was written for, it remains a firm favorite, well established within the Bob Dylan canon, having been covered by Joni Mitchell, Rod Stewart, Pete Townsend, Eddie Vedder, Sting, and even the Counting Crows, amongst others. Perhaps there is girl from Minnesota out there who hears this song and knows it was written for her. But her identity remains a secret neither Dylan nor the mystery girl are willing to share. . . . . . #bobdylan #johnnycash #facesofrock1 #folk #folkmusic #rocknroll #classicrock #georgeharrison #tompetty #neilyoung #thebeatles #willienelson #woodyguthrie #ringoffire #likearollingstone #gramparsons #thebyrds #theband #petetownshend #60srock #70srock #60sfolk #rockstars #rocklegends #classicrockmusic #sixties #seventies #rodstewart' by @facesofrock1

Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Girl From The North Country

Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Girl From The North Country

Pink Floyd performing Breathe 2005 🙌Though the lush textures and spacious arrangements of Dark Side of the Moon make it sound like a purely “studio” project, the band actually aired out all of the songs in concert – in the exact same sequence that they would appear on the album – more than a year before the album’s official release. The band premiered Dark Side of the Moon: A Piece for Assorted Lunatics (as it was provisionally known at the time) at the Brighton Dome on January 20th, 1972; and though it was inadvertently cut short that night by what Waters called “severe mechanical and electric horror,” the band went on to perform the song cycle in its entirety in during the rest of their 1972 live dates, further refining the songs (and the transitions between them) as they went. The band would eventually record all 10 of the album’s songs onto the same reel of 16-track master tape at Abbey Road, an unusual approach that nonetheless paid considerable artistic dividends

Pink Floyd performing Breathe 2005 🙌Though the lush textures and spacious arrangements of Dark Side of the Moon make it sound like a purely “studio” project, the band actually aired out all of the songs in concert – in the exact same sequence that they would appear on the album – more than a year before the album’s official release. The band premiered Dark Side of the Moon: A Piece for Assorted Lunatics (as it was provisionally known at the time) at the Brighton Dome on January 20th, 1972; and though it was inadvertently cut short that night by what Waters called “severe mechanical and electric horror,” the band went on to perform the song cycle in its entirety in during the rest of their 1972 live dates, further refining the songs (and the transitions between them) as they went. The band would eventually record all 10 of the album’s songs onto the same reel of 16-track master tape at Abbey Road, an unusual approach that nonetheless paid considerable artistic dividends

Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Girl From The North Country

Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Girl From The North Country

The Doors performing People Are Strange live 1967 🙌 Jim Morrison was depressed. He went to Robby Krieger's house, they went to a canyon to watch a sunset, at which time Jim realized he was depressed because 'if you're strange, people are strange.' He then wrote the rest of the lyrics, which are about feeling alienated.
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The Doors performing People Are Strange live 1967 🙌 Jim Morrison was depressed. He went to Robby Krieger's house, they went to a canyon to watch a sunset, at which time Jim realized he was depressed because 'if you're strange, people are strange.' He then wrote the rest of the lyrics, which are about feeling alienated. . . . . #efrayn #mensstyle #thedoors #jimmorrison #peoplearestrange #facesofrock1 #classicrock #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour #blacksabbath #ozzyosbourne #ledzeppelin #jimmypage #jimihendrix #thebeatles #johnlennon #bobdylan #lizardking #60s #70s #60srock #70srock #rocknroll

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Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash performing Girl From The North County🙌 It was first released as the second track on Dylan's 1963 album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Dylan later recorded the song as a duet with Johnny Cash and released it in 1969 as the first track on the album Nashville Skyline. Musically, “Girl from the North Country” is almost identical to “Boots of Spanish Leather” and is just one example of the way Dylan recycled melodies and even lyrics.
Regardless of who this song was written for, it remains a firm favorite, well established within the Bob Dylan canon, having been covered by Joni Mitchell, Rod Stewart, Pete Townsend, Eddie Vedder, Sting, and even the Counting Crows, amongst others. Perhaps there is girl from Minnesota out there who hears this song and knows it was written for her. But her identity remains a secret neither Dylan nor the mystery girl are willing to share.
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#Repost @facesofrock1 with @get_repost ・・・ Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash performing Girl From The North County🙌 It was first released as the second track on Dylan's 1963 album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Dylan later recorded the song as a duet with Johnny Cash and released it in 1969 as the first track on the album Nashville Skyline. Musically, “Girl from the North Country” is almost identical to “Boots of Spanish Leather” and is just one example of the way Dylan recycled melodies and even lyrics. Regardless of who this song was written for, it remains a firm favorite, well established within the Bob Dylan canon, having been covered by Joni Mitchell, Rod Stewart, Pete Townsend, Eddie Vedder, Sting, and even the Counting Crows, amongst others. Perhaps there is girl from Minnesota out there who hears this song and knows it was written for her. But her identity remains a secret neither Dylan nor the mystery girl are willing to share. . . . . . #bobdylan #johnnycash #facesofrock1 #folk #folkmusic #rocknroll #classicrock #georgeharrison #tompetty #neilyoung #thebeatles #willienelson #woodyguthrie #ringoffire #likearollingstone #gramparsons #thebyrds #theband #petetownshend #60srock #70srock #60sfolk #rockstars #rocklegends #classicrockmusic #sixties #seventies #rodstewart

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Jimi Hendrix performing Hear My Train Comin on 12 String Accoustic 🙌 What's your favourite Hendrix song? .
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@facesofrock1 - Led Zeppelin performing Somethin' Else🤘 Check out Jimmy Page's solo in this Eddie Cochran cover, it's epic!!! 🙌
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@facesofrock1 - Led Zeppelin performing Somethin' Else🤘 Check out Jimmy Page's solo in this Eddie Cochran cover, it's epic!!! 🙌 . . . . . . . . . #ledzeppelin #roberplant #jimmypage #johnpauljones #johnbonham #zoso #facesofrock1 #classicrock #60s #70s #70srock #rockmusic #pinkfloyd #eddiecochran #blacksabbath #heavyrock #gunsnroses #slash #guitarsolo #legends #rocklegend #thedoors - #regrann

Jim Morrison merasa depresi saat ia menciptakan people Are Strange saat tampil live 1967 🙌 . Dia lalu pergi ke rumah Robby Krieger, pergi ke ngarai untuk menyaksikan matahari terbenam, di mana saat itu Jim menyadari dia tertekan karena 'if you're strange, people are strange' Dia kemudian menulis lirik lainnya, yaitu tentang perasaan terasingnya.
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Jim Morrison merasa depresi saat ia menciptakan people Are Strange saat tampil live 1967 🙌 . Dia lalu pergi ke rumah Robby Krieger, pergi ke ngarai untuk menyaksikan matahari terbenam, di mana saat itu Jim menyadari dia tertekan karena 'if you're strange, people are strange' Dia kemudian menulis lirik lainnya, yaitu tentang perasaan terasingnya. . . . Follow @fansfanaticindo untyk info band favoritmu dan dapatkan merch nya hanya di @fansfanaticindo .

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Bob Dylan and the Band performing Forever Young at The Last Waltz🙌 The Last Waltz held on November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The Last Waltz was advertised as The Band's 'farewell concert appearance'and the concert saw The Band joined by more than a dozen special guests, including Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Ronnie Wood, Muddy Waters, Neil Young, Neil Diamond, Van Morrison, Bobby Charles, Dr. John, Paul Butterfield, Emmylou Harris, Ronnie Hawkins, Joni Mitchell, and The Staple Singers. .
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Repost @facesofrock1 by @media .repost: Bob Dylan and the Band performing Forever Young at The Last Waltz🙌 The Last Waltz held on November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The Last Waltz was advertised as The Band's 'farewell concert appearance'and the concert saw The Band joined by more than a dozen special guests, including Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Ronnie Wood, Muddy Waters, Neil Young, Neil Diamond, Van Morrison, Bobby Charles, Dr. John, Paul Butterfield, Emmylou Harris, Ronnie Hawkins, Joni Mitchell, and The Staple Singers. . . . . . . . . #bobdylan #facesofrock1 #classicrock #theband #foreveryoung #legends #ericclapton #robbierobertson #muddywaters #ringostarr #poetry #donovan #vanmorrison #johnnycash #folk

@facesofrock1 Jimi Hendrix performing Voodoo Child (slight return) at Woodstock 🙌 This was recorded after Hendrix had finished the long, slow blues of 'Voodoo Chile,' a 15-minute jam that appears earlier on the album. An ABC film crew came into the studio to do a piece on The Experience, and told them to 'make like you're playing, boys.' Jimi said, 'Okay, let's do this in E.' The TV footage was lost.
Stevie Ray Vaughan covered this on his Couldn't Stand the Weather album, and numerous guitar virtuosos carry out extended versions at their own concerts. Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and John Petrucci played a version on their G3 2001 tour.
This was one of several standout wah-wah popularized songs, alongside Cream's 'White Room' and Isaac Hayes' 'Theme from 'Shaft'.' Hendrix was considered a master of the wah-wah pedal, and this track earned him the #1 spot on Guitar World's greatest wah solos of all time list in 2015.

@facesofrock1 Jimi Hendrix performing Voodoo Child (slight return) at Woodstock 🙌 This was recorded after Hendrix had finished the long, slow blues of 'Voodoo Chile,' a 15-minute jam that appears earlier on the album. An ABC film crew came into the studio to do a piece on The Experience, and told them to 'make like you're playing, boys.' Jimi said, 'Okay, let's do this in E.' The TV footage was lost. Stevie Ray Vaughan covered this on his Couldn't Stand the Weather album, and numerous guitar virtuosos carry out extended versions at their own concerts. Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and John Petrucci played a version on their G3 2001 tour. This was one of several standout wah-wah popularized songs, alongside Cream's 'White Room' and Isaac Hayes' 'Theme from 'Shaft'.' Hendrix was considered a master of the wah-wah pedal, and this track earned him the #1 spot on Guitar World's greatest wah solos of all time list in 2015.

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Jimi Hendrix performing Voodoo Child (slight return) at Woodstock 🙌 This was recorded after Hendrix had finished the long, slow blues of 'Voodoo Chile,' a 15-minute jam that appears earlier on the album. An ABC film crew came into the studio to do a piece on The Experience, and told them to 'make like you're playing, boys.' Jimi said, 'Okay, let's do this in E.' The TV footage was lost.
Stevie Ray Vaughan covered this on his Couldn't Stand the Weather album, and numerous guitar virtuosos carry out extended versions at their own concerts. Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and John Petrucci played a version on their G3 2001 tour.
This was one of several standout wah-wah popularized songs, alongside Cream's 'White Room' and Isaac Hayes' 'Theme from 'Shaft'.' Hendrix was considered a master of the wah-wah pedal, and this track earned him the #1 spot on Guitar World's greatest wah solos of all time list in 2015.
#jimihendrix #jimihendrixexperience #bandofgypsies #facesofrock1 #stevierayvaughan #ericclapton #cream #davidgilmour #pinkfloyd #neilyoung

#Repost @facesofrock1 • • • • • Jimi Hendrix performing Voodoo Child (slight return) at Woodstock 🙌 This was recorded after Hendrix had finished the long, slow blues of 'Voodoo Chile,' a 15-minute jam that appears earlier on the album. An ABC film crew came into the studio to do a piece on The Experience, and told them to 'make like you're playing, boys.' Jimi said, 'Okay, let's do this in E.' The TV footage was lost. Stevie Ray Vaughan covered this on his Couldn't Stand the Weather album, and numerous guitar virtuosos carry out extended versions at their own concerts. Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and John Petrucci played a version on their G3 2001 tour. This was one of several standout wah-wah popularized songs, alongside Cream's 'White Room' and Isaac Hayes' 'Theme from 'Shaft'.' Hendrix was considered a master of the wah-wah pedal, and this track earned him the #1 spot on Guitar World's greatest wah solos of all time list in 2015. #jimihendrix #jimihendrixexperience #bandofgypsies #facesofrock1 #stevierayvaughan #ericclapton #cream #davidgilmour #pinkfloyd #neilyoung

Jimi Hendrix performing Voodoo Child (slight return) at Woodstock 🙌 This was recorded after Hendrix had finished the long, slow blues of 'Voodoo Chile,' a 15-minute jam that appears earlier on the album. An ABC film crew came into the studio to do a piece on The Experience, and told them to 'make like you're playing, boys.' Jimi said, 'Okay, let's do this in E.' The TV footage was lost.
Stevie Ray Vaughan covered this on his Couldn't Stand the Weather album, and numerous guitar virtuosos carry out extended versions at their own concerts. Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and John Petrucci played a version on their G3 2001 tour.
This was one of several standout wah-wah popularized songs, alongside Cream's 'White Room' and Isaac Hayes' 'Theme from 'Shaft'.' Hendrix was considered a master of the wah-wah pedal, and this track earned him the #1 spot on Guitar World's greatest wah solos of all time list in 2015.
#jimihendrix #jimihendrixexperience #bandofgypsies #facesofrock1 #stevierayvaughan #ericclapton #cream #davidgilmour #pinkfloyd #neilyoung

Jimi Hendrix performing Voodoo Child (slight return) at Woodstock 🙌 This was recorded after Hendrix had finished the long, slow blues of 'Voodoo Chile,' a 15-minute jam that appears earlier on the album. An ABC film crew came into the studio to do a piece on The Experience, and told them to 'make like you're playing, boys.' Jimi said, 'Okay, let's do this in E.' The TV footage was lost. Stevie Ray Vaughan covered this on his Couldn't Stand the Weather album, and numerous guitar virtuosos carry out extended versions at their own concerts. Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and John Petrucci played a version on their G3 2001 tour. This was one of several standout wah-wah popularized songs, alongside Cream's 'White Room' and Isaac Hayes' 'Theme from 'Shaft'.' Hendrix was considered a master of the wah-wah pedal, and this track earned him the #1 spot on Guitar World's greatest wah solos of all time list in 2015. #jimihendrix #jimihendrixexperience #bandofgypsies #facesofrock1 #stevierayvaughan #ericclapton #cream #davidgilmour #pinkfloyd #neilyoung

The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix backstage at Madison Square Garden 1969
On the occasion of Jimi’s birthday he visited the Stones at their Madison Square Garden concert. He kindly asked me to tag along. Ian Stewart, the Stone’s long time road manager and part time pianist (referenced in the Zeppelin song Boogie With Stu) is on the far right. Jimi, Mick and Charlie Watts are conversing on some matter of importance.
#therollingstones #jimihendrix #mickjagger #keithrichards #facesofrock1 #guitarsolo #60s #60srock #legend #ericclapton #rock #hardrock #heavymetal #psychedelicrock #progrock #rockmusic #music #jimihendrix #oldschool #70s

The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix backstage at Madison Square Garden 1969 On the occasion of Jimi’s birthday he visited the Stones at their Madison Square Garden concert. He kindly asked me to tag along. Ian Stewart, the Stone’s long time road manager and part time pianist (referenced in the Zeppelin song Boogie With Stu) is on the far right. Jimi, Mick and Charlie Watts are conversing on some matter of importance. #therollingstones #jimihendrix #mickjagger #keithrichards #facesofrock1 #guitarsolo #60s #60srock #legend #ericclapton #rock #hardrock #heavymetal #psychedelicrock #progrock #rockmusic #music #jimihendrix #oldschool #70s

The Doors performing People Are Strange live 1967 🙌 Jim Morrison was depressed. He went to Robby Krieger's house, they went to a canyon to watch a sunset, at which time Jim realized he was depressed because 'if you're strange, people are strange.' He then wrote the rest of the lyrics, which are about feeling alienated.
Krieger, The Doors' guitarist, wrote the music. He did his guitar solo in one take.
The Doors played this on their only Ed Sullivan Show appearance. They also played 'Light My Fire,' and Sullivan never asked them to come back because Morrison sang the lines, 'Girl we couldn't get much higher.' .
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The Doors performing People Are Strange live 1967 🙌 Jim Morrison was depressed. He went to Robby Krieger's house, they went to a canyon to watch a sunset, at which time Jim realized he was depressed because 'if you're strange, people are strange.' He then wrote the rest of the lyrics, which are about feeling alienated. Krieger, The Doors' guitarist, wrote the music. He did his guitar solo in one take. The Doors played this on their only Ed Sullivan Show appearance. They also played 'Light My Fire,' and Sullivan never asked them to come back because Morrison sang the lines, 'Girl we couldn't get much higher.' . . . . . . #thedoors #jimmorrison #peoplearestrange #facesofrock1 #classicrock #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour #blacksabbath #ozzyosbourne #ledzeppelin #jimmypage #jimihendrix #thebeatles #johnlennon #bobdylan #lizardking #60s #70s #60srock #70srock #rocknroll

The Doors performing People Are Strange live 1967 🙌 Jim Morrison was depressed. He went to Robby Krieger's house, they went to a canyon to watch a sunset, at which time Jim realized he was depressed because 'if you're strange, people are strange.' He then wrote the rest of the lyrics, which are about feeling alienated.
Krieger, The Doors' guitarist, wrote the music. He did his guitar solo in one take.
The Doors played this on their only Ed Sullivan Show appearance. They also played 'Light My Fire,' and Sullivan never asked them to come back because Morrison sang the lines, 'Girl we couldn't get much higher.' .
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#thedoors #jimmorrison #peoplearestrange #facesofrock1 #classicrock #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour #blacksabbath #ozzyosbourne #ledzeppelin #jimmypage #jimihendrix #thebeatles #johnlennon #bobdylan #lizardking #60s #70s #60srock #70srock #rocknroll

The Doors performing People Are Strange live 1967 🙌 Jim Morrison was depressed. He went to Robby Krieger's house, they went to a canyon to watch a sunset, at which time Jim realized he was depressed because 'if you're strange, people are strange.' He then wrote the rest of the lyrics, which are about feeling alienated. Krieger, The Doors' guitarist, wrote the music. He did his guitar solo in one take. The Doors played this on their only Ed Sullivan Show appearance. They also played 'Light My Fire,' and Sullivan never asked them to come back because Morrison sang the lines, 'Girl we couldn't get much higher.' . . . . . . #thedoors #jimmorrison #peoplearestrange #facesofrock1 #classicrock #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour #blacksabbath #ozzyosbourne #ledzeppelin #jimmypage #jimihendrix #thebeatles #johnlennon #bobdylan #lizardking #60s #70s #60srock #70srock #rocknroll

Killer song! When I heard this song back in the day, I knew I would have to play guitar. Mark Knopfler is a genius guitar slinger and songwriter! #fender #fenderstratocaster
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Killer song! When I heard this song back in the day, I knew I would have to play guitar. Mark Knopfler is a genius guitar slinger and songwriter! #fender #fenderstratocaster Reposted from @facesofrock1 - #direstraits #markknopfler #sultansofswing #facesofrock1 #classicrock #guitarsolo #pinkfloyd #ledzeppellin #jimihendrix #jimmypage #angusyoung #slash - #regrann

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Ziggy Stardust - Starman🙌In 1972, Bowie performed this song on the British TV show, Top of the Pops. Bowie appeared as the flame-haired Ziggy Stardust dressed in a multicolored jump suit. Bowie strummed a blue guitar while he moved flirtatiously alongside his guitarist, Mick Ronson. It was the first time many had seen Bowie and people were fascinated by his stage presence. This performance would catapult Bowie to stardom and prove wildly influential on the next generation of English rockers.
Among the many who have cited this specific appearance as a transformative moment is Lol Tolhurst of The Cure, who writes in his memoir, 'I remember sitting on my couch at home with my mother, watching this spectacle unfold, and at the point where Bowie sang the line, 'I had to phone someone so I picked on you,' he pointed directly at the camera, and I knew he was singing that line to me and everyone like me. It was a call to arms that put me on the path that I would soon follow.' #davidbowie #bowie #aladdinsane #ziggystardust #thinwhiteduke #facesofrock1 #mickronson #rocknroll #funk #psychedelic #fashion #style #icon #queen #freddiemercury #blues #grunge #metal #classicrock #lifeonmars #spaceoddity #iggypop #loureed #heros #60s #70s #glamrock

Love you so much🤩 ・・・ Ziggy Stardust - Starman🙌In 1972, Bowie performed this song on the British TV show, Top of the Pops. Bowie appeared as the flame-haired Ziggy Stardust dressed in a multicolored jump suit. Bowie strummed a blue guitar while he moved flirtatiously alongside his guitarist, Mick Ronson. It was the first time many had seen Bowie and people were fascinated by his stage presence. This performance would catapult Bowie to stardom and prove wildly influential on the next generation of English rockers. Among the many who have cited this specific appearance as a transformative moment is Lol Tolhurst of The Cure, who writes in his memoir, 'I remember sitting on my couch at home with my mother, watching this spectacle unfold, and at the point where Bowie sang the line, 'I had to phone someone so I picked on you,' he pointed directly at the camera, and I knew he was singing that line to me and everyone like me. It was a call to arms that put me on the path that I would soon follow.' #davidbowie #bowie #aladdinsane #ziggystardust #thinwhiteduke #facesofrock1 #mickronson #rocknroll #funk #psychedelic #fashion #style #icon #queen #freddiemercury #blues #grunge #metal #classicrock #lifeonmars #spaceoddity #iggypop #loureed #heros #60s #70s #glamrock

RepostBy @facesofrock1: 'Black Sabbath performing War Pigs live in Paris at the Olympia Theatre 1970 This song is about man's desire to kill and destroy. Sabbath got the idea from war stories they heard when they did a show at an American Air Force base during a tour of Europe. They wrote the song when they were in a grim deserted place in Zurich where they were playing for a small sum of money to an even smaller audience.
#blacksabbath #ozzyosbourne #tonyiommi #geezerbutler #billward #facesofrock1 #classicrock #heavymetal #metallica #motorhead #ledzeppelin #jimmypage #jimihendrix #jameshetfield #lemmykilmister #gunsnroses #slash #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour'

RepostBy @facesofrock1 : 'Black Sabbath performing War Pigs live in Paris at the Olympia Theatre 1970 This song is about man's desire to kill and destroy. Sabbath got the idea from war stories they heard when they did a show at an American Air Force base during a tour of Europe. They wrote the song when they were in a grim deserted place in Zurich where they were playing for a small sum of money to an even smaller audience. #blacksabbath #ozzyosbourne #tonyiommi #geezerbutler #billward #facesofrock1 #classicrock #heavymetal #metallica #motorhead #ledzeppelin #jimmypage #jimihendrix #jameshetfield #lemmykilmister #gunsnroses #slash #pinkfloyd #davidgilmour'