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    Quote Originally Posted by racrawford65 View Post
    Tool kicks a$$
    They are hands down my favorite band. I've been an avid listener for 25 years and had to endure the 13 year long dry spell of no new Tool when they got all tied up legally. Then their creative process is maddeningly tedious and they're all perfectionists. They won't release anything until it meets their standard and it takes time.

    I did see an interview with Danny tho where he said they have a ton of other material written. Like, enough for another album! Oh man, how cool would it be if they release another one in a year or 2?

    I won't be holding my breath, but one can hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by natetg57 View Post
    Very impressive, Thanks for sharing!
    Sure! I'm not sure of your interest level, but here's another great song that they structured (loosely) around the Fibonacci sequence. "Lateralus". This video does a great job of breaking down how the shifting time signatures and number of syllables in the lyrics borrow from the sequence.



    Layer on layer of complexity. A lot of their songs are fairly long, and they evolve and grow as they build to a climax. Very heavy.

    Okay, I'm gushing... lol. I do like other bands and music.

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    sweet, thanks for sharing that!

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    Anybody listen to the Acoustic Storm? http://www.acousticstorm.com/

    it has been my favorite Sunday AM listening show for a long time now. I stream from Tunein 97.7 Butler PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiohead View Post
    Anybody listen to the Acoustic Storm? http://www.acousticstorm.com/

    it has been my favorite Sunday AM listening show for a long time now. I stream from Tunein 97.7 Butler PA
    I'll check that out, Thanks! Only an hour away from my house but too far for my antenna so I'll have to stream it.
    Nate

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    WOW, I was expecting a thousand "yes of course replies"!
    Jeff Parets who passed away not long ago started it before Y2K , his wife (Audrey) hosts the show now. Its all about rock, rock history acoustic style. NOT coffee shop music. awesome rock unplugged.
    If you like relaxing rock from the past, check it out. NOT a talk show either.
    great stories on the music also
    Casts Saturday and Sunday
    http://www.acousticstorm.com/stations
    Last edited by audiohead; 05-31-2020 at 10:45 AM.

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    Girlschool Hit and Run Revisited -- on vinyl.

    Also saw them live, opening for Iron Maiden, with Scorpions headlining back in 82.

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    Holy crap. I just stumbled across some live Rush. This video lives up to the title!



    Wow! That intro is SO heavy! I have a whole new respect for Rush now.

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    Awesome video. Great band. I saw them a couple of times live. RIP Neil Peart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pogre View Post
    Holy crap. I just stumbled across some live Rush. This video lives up to the title!



    Wow! That intro is SO heavy! I have a whole new respect for Rush now.
    I have been a big fan of Rush for as long as they have been around. Peart's passing really hit me hard - was hoping to see them a few more times. They are one of only a handful of bands I have seen that sound and perform better live than in a studio. Their musicianship is simply unmatched - most listeners don't realize they are a trio - often sounding like a 5-piece band live...
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