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Attention, people of color.  THIS is how you get your message out. Do good things!


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I'm not sure how this found it's way into my head. I was starting my first marriage, a train wreck.


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Big smileBig smileBig smile Just can't forget it much less the musician...how many people know his background? Fascinating.
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^  I have that album (as in vinyl).  Loved that song.
 
 
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^  I have that album (as in vinyl).  Loved that song.
 
 
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I must be hearing 'Voices'.


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How many people were 'Small Faces' fans? Granted, we were in Europe and SF were not big in the USA...but how many of you realize how much both Led Zepplin and The Rolling Stones owed Marriott? Long before Plant & Page...how about this in 1966?
 
 
 
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The Humble Pie song sounds a bit like AC/DC.
 
And the Small Faces?  Coulda been the Funny Faces.  That was some bad hair they had back then.  LOL
 
In a similar genre, a CA friend of mine just saw Jeff Beck perform on Long Island.  Paul Rodgers of Bad Company was the opening act.  I liked about two songs by Bad Company in their day.  Otherwise, I could do without them.  I wouldn't mind seeing Jeff Beck, though.
 
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

How many people were 'Small Faces' fans? Granted, we were in Europe and SF were not big in the USA...but how many of you realize how much both Led Zepplin and The Rolling Stones owed Marriott? Long before Plant & Page...how about this in 1966?


I was a SF fan when I was 10 y/o because of their song Itchycoo Park..



But as far as who owes who what, long before SF there were Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon...





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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

The Humble Pie song sounds a bit like AC/DC.


HP & 30DITH were very popular with a lot of guys in my high school.

I wasn't a huge fan myself.


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30DITH?  I'm bad with this leet speak stuff you young people use.  What is that?
Never mind.  Just figured it out.
 
 
 
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Old song, current band.  Just heard the Black Keys cover of the Sonics' garage rock classic Have Love, Will Travel.  Almost as nasty as the Sonics' version. 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

30DITH?  I'm bad with this leet speak stuff you young people use.  What is that?
Never mind.  Just figured it out.


That's not leet speak, it's just me being too lazy to type it out.

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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Old song, current band.  Just heard the Black Keys cover of the Sonics' garage rock classic Have Love, Will Travel.  Almost as nasty as the Sonics' version.


I gotta wonder what poor ol' Paladin would've thought about that...



Or Richard Boone, anyway.

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Yeah, the title of the song was taken from the title of the TV show.  In fact, I think I saw the TV show listed on today's TV schedule.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

The Humble Pie song sounds a bit like AC/DC.
 
And the Small Faces?  Coulda been the Funny Faces.  That was some bad hair they had back then.  LOL
 
In a similar genre, a CA friend of mine just saw Jeff Beck perform on Long Island.  Paul Rodgers of Bad Company was the opening act.  I liked about two songs by Bad Company in their day.  Otherwise, I could do without them.  I wouldn't mind seeing Jeff Beck, though.
 
 
Greatest instrumental love song ever!!!


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I've heard that.  Never knew the name.  That's how instrumentals are, for the most part.
 
 
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As great of a guitarist as Beck is, he bores me. I give up because I've wasted too many brain cells already and I'm lazy and NOT going to spend the time - what is 30DITH?

Got to admit it - I've always been a Humble Pie fan and I think the Rolling Stones would have been a much better group with Steve Marriott, although I couldn't see a duet between Jagger and Marriott.
 
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I don't see how the Stones could've been any better.  Not that they're my favorite (in fact, after Some Girls, they sucked), but in terms of greatness, little can compare to them.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

How many people were 'Small Faces' fans? Granted, we were in Europe and SF were not big in the USA...but how many of you realize how much both Led Zepplin and The Rolling Stones owed Marriott? Long before Plant & Page...how about this in 1966?


I was a SF fan when I was 10 y/o because of their song Itchycoo Park..


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LOLYour parents let you listen to psycho music when you were 10? Now I understand...Wink
 
"Itchycoo Park" was everywhere - crap, you should have seen West Germany and Holland back thenLOL. Your parents wouldn't go to the park or take you to one. In Amsterdam
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I am a huge Small Faces/ Humble Pie fan. Steve Marriott inspired so many bands, even after his death. The Black Crowes sound very like Humble Pie in their earliest albums.
I was heartbroken when I heard that Steve Marriott died, and the way that he died was so bloody tragic.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

As great of a guitarist as Beck is, he bores me. I give up because I've wasted too many brain cells already and I'm lazy and NOT going to spend the time - what is 30DITH?

Got to admit it - I've always been a Humble Pie fan and I think the Rolling Stones would have been a much better group with Steve Marriott, although I couldn't see a duet between Jagger and Marriott.
 
I've seen Beck live 3 times and was never disappointed but his jazz could get a bit repetitious. Truth is solidly among my 10 favorite albums and my second favorite Rod Stewart album behind Faces A Nod Is As Good As a wink To A blind Horse. I didn't get into Small Faces and Humble Pie until my late 20's. I think they were just not promoted enough. I didn't see the Rolling Stones live until the early 1990's but they still put on a hell of a show. I also have no idea what 30DITH is.
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Originally posted by Jimmy Jimmy wrote:

I am a huge Small Faces/ Humble Pie fan. Steve Marriott inspired so many bands, even after his death. The Black Crowes sound very like Humble Pie in their earliest albums.
I was heartbroken when I heard that Steve Marriott died, and the way that he died was so bloody tragic.
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...something that I don't go looking for because it reminds me how old some of our board members are, if they're still alive. Glad I'm on the 'gentle downslope of youth'...

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