“you are only coming through in waves”
“you are only coming through in waves”
Friend: It’s too bad that (musician’s name) got old, they used to be so good looking.
Me: Beg pardon?
This is a joke, a dumb one. Also if you want to extend this, please do.
Tagged by @welcome-to-khaos to post my top 5 fave bands
I honestly have SO many favorite bands, but these are up there and the ones I can remember off the top of my head.
Love these guys so damn much. I even had the opportunity to meet them all when they played in Toronto back in 2012. They’re incredibly lovely dudes and so damn talented and underrated. I was so happy to see them touring with Twenty One Pilots too. Seen these guys live maybe twice and their shows are incredible. Sadly 2 members left and now they’re on hiatus? There hasn’t really been any official announcement
Minus the Bear
Another incredibly talented and underrated band. I’ve seen them live about 2 or 3 times. Sadly they’ve recently disbanded. I bought tickets to their last tour for their Toronto show, but I was too depressed and anxious to go. Definitely kicked myself for that one.
Loved these guys the moment I heard them. I know a lot of people compare them to the Smashing Pumpkins, but naaaahhh. I love the singer Brian’s versatility in his voice and he’s a goof ball on stage. Nikki also kills on bass and is more than a pretty face. I’ve seen these guys live a few times too and they put on a great show. Thankfully these guys are still together.
Jimmy Eat World
You gotta listen to more than just The Middle y’all. They have way more hits than the one song that basically made them popular. They’re considered the godfathers of emo, whether you believe it or not, but a lot of their lyrics would convince you. Their music helped me get through a lot of hard times in my life. I’ve only gotten to see them once because they’re such a huge band and big bands = big venues = expensive lol.
I’ve just always loved these guys and are hands down my fave classic rock band of all time. They’re one of those bands that made me wish I was born in a different decade. What I would have given to see them live! However, that being said, I did get to see David Gilmour live a few years back and I was so happy. He even played his Pink Floyd songs and I figured that would be the closest I’d ever get to seeing them live. Life made.
Steal this if you’d like
2021 has been trippy thus far
Me listening to The Wall: *feel depressed, useless and abandoned*
Someone: why are you like that?
thanks for the tag, @myfalsedevotion <3
and my additions bc I wanted to include them:
song that you don’t know why, but you love it:
Columbia - Oasis
Two suns in the sunset moodboard
I couldn’t remember what band had the light spectrum as their logo (it was Pink Floyd)
Anyway the PF community has finally gone to shit so I’m going to make an effort to be canceled by as many people in it as possible ✌🏽
Some pins from my collection. Good mixed bag!
#pincollector #pincollection #pin #pins #collector #collection #therock #wwe #wrestling #pinkfloyd #music #rock #powerrangers #whiteranger #greenranger #tommyoliver #ricksanchez #rickandmorty #tv #tvshow #cartoon #movies #movie #80s #nostalgia #nostalgic #ghostbusters
REMEMBER THAT NIGHT DVD PREMIERE, SEPTEMBER 2007
The Odeon, Leicester Square, London is the scene for many worldwide film premieres and was the choice of venue for the release of #RememberThatNight. David’s DVD, filmed and recorded in high definition, gave a glimpse of his life on his #OnAnIsland tour the previous year and ultimately his live performances at the Royal Albert Hall, London. The premiere was simulcast to select cinemas throughout the country. The evening program began with a showing of footage from the DVD, followed by a live simulcast question and answer session, hosted by Stuart Maconie. David answered questions about himself and the tour as well as addressing questions from the audience. The evening ended with a surprise live ‘jam’ with David being joined on stage by his band from the tour.
From my book 📖, #TheBlackStrat
Album Review: Grateful Dead - Dave’s Picks Volume 37
When Jerry Garcia stumbles into his vocals on “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo,” the miscue sets the tone for what follows. And he, in particular, is inconsistent for the next two-plus hours.
“Half-Step” opens the Dead’s April 15, 1978, concert at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va., the subject of Dave’s Picks Volume 37. It’s a short show - taking up less than two compact discs - leaving more than a third of the three-CD set to be padded with selections from three nights later in Pittsburgh.
But first, the main event: a bull-in-a-china-shop kind of performance where the band often lacks the ability to be subtle and either throws its weight around clumsily or is nearly silent, requiring the same attention to the volume knob as The Final Cut requires.
Drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart are the stars of this show, with Kreutzmann’s pounding and Hart’s polyrhythmic counterparts reminding their bandmates who’s helming the ship.
There are, of course, high points: “Deal” benefits from a high-energy vocal coda; Bob Weir reminds the Cold War kids they need “Good Lovin’” in Russia … in China; Donna Jean Godchaux’s rarely played “Sunrise” gives way to an exceptional “Playing in the Band” replete with a full-band “Space” jam. Then there’s “Morning Dew,” an emotional roller coaster of balladry and nuclear bombast that likely played a key role in getting this good - far from great - 17-song show an official release.
Pittsburgh is full of highlights, but it, too, shows evidence of the Dead’s doldrums of the late-Keith-and-Donna era such as on a clumsy “Terrapin Station.” But “Around and Around” is a stellar, tempo-shifting rocker and the “Scarlet Begonias” -> “Dancing in the Street” sequence finds Garcia in top form as he bobs and weaves between Godchaux’s wordless vocal on the former and joins her and Weir for most of the vocal on the latter, which features a particularly cohesive jazz jam.
Grade card: Grateful Dead - Dave’s Picks Volume 37 - B
Pink Floyd - “One of These Days"
From the album Meddle
(October 30, 1971)
Last song scrobbled from iTunes at Last.fm
Songs about cutting people into little pieces
Rick Wright Pink Floyd, 1969. Photo by Eric Hayes.
Pink Floyd 1969. The Man and the Journey. © Hipgnosis.
in this blog we hate that antisemitic boomer
I see no difference.
I love Pink Floyd