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post #196 of 541
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Chick Corea and Gary Burton - several times, grand piano and vibes,awesome!
They're here next week!
post #197 of 541
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They're here next week!
Very nice! Wish I could be there.

Another great concert I saw back around '77 was an ECM label show with several mix and match ensembles featuring Chic, Gary, John Ambercrombie et al (I'm spacing the names right now) - essentially an all-star cast of musicians that formed into various combos throughout the night - one of those indelible concert experiences!
post #198 of 541
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Manu Chao
Stereo MC`s (yeah)
Moloko
Asian Dub Foundation (goood)
Soulfly (respect)
Astral Projection ()
Henry Rollins
Death in Vegas
Misty in Roots
Bob Geldof
Massive Attack (nice)
Faithless (surprise surprise)
Fun Loving Criminals (cool)
Metallica (arghhh..)
R.E.M. (cute)
Kraftwerk (standing mechanical ovation)
Slayer (Big Grin)
Underworld (yep)
Laibach (pure power)
Garbage
Ian Brown (OK)
The White Stripes (not impressed)
Fatboy Slim
Apocalyptica (boring)
Nicola Conte Jazz Combo
Tuxedomoon
+

Vuneny (local heroes)
The Rolling Stones (wow!)
Tool (wow!!)
post #199 of 541
Ooh, this is fun. Main ones that come to mind without having to think too hard:

Neil Young (5 times)
Santana (3)
Page & Plant (1)
Steve Harley (2)
Paul Rodgers (3)
Leonard Cohen (1)
Alan Parsons (1)
Peter Frampton (2)
Pink Floyd (1)
Jose Feliciano (2)
Gary Moore (1)
Deep Purple (1)
Eagles (1)
The Who (1)
Jean Michel Jarre (1)
Bruce Springsteen (1)
Nils Lofgren (1)
Stevie Wonder (1)
Fleetwood Mac (1) - 'new' Fleetwood Mac
Peter Green (1) (as the Splinter Group)


Interestingly (or not) - about four of the above are artists who, despite not 'featuring' in my CD collection, still kindled enough interest for me to want to see live.
post #200 of 541
Roger Waters - In the Flesh Tour (x3)
Roger Waters - Dark Side of the Moon Tour (X1)
Australian Pink Floyd (x1)
U2 - Vertigo Tour (x2)
Bat for Lashes (x2)
Regina Spektor (x1)
Smashing Pumpkins (x1)

Will see Joanna Newsom & her support Roy Harper! on Friday!
post #201 of 541
well seeing as i have been trapped in the cube for a long time, i will have to mention the ones i saw live before my incarceration.

elvis...........................costello
nickelback
UNKLE
groove armada
soft cell
lamb
royksopp
rhiana
sugababes
basement jaxx
the coral
stereophonics
primal scream
gomez
starsailor
counting crows
kosheen
beverley knight
badly drawn boy
turin brakes
stereo mcs
damien rice
manic street preachers
ian brown
the prodigy
sigur ros
the beta band
alanis morrisette
shakin' stevens <-- you jealous?
chemical brothers
supergrass
the bluetones
post #202 of 541
alan parsons project
allman brothers band (in sheds and at the beacon theater)
amfibian
apples in stereo
aquarium rescue unit
bela fleck and the flecktones
black sabbath
black crowes
blink 182
blue floyd
blues traveller
body count
bone pony
bottle rockets
brian wilson
the brian setzer orchestra
bruce hornsby
b*tthole surfers
charlottesville allstars
cornelius
cowboy junkies
cry of love
crystal method
cypress hill
dave matthews band (from small bars up to big sheds)
david bowie
dead ringers
derek trucks band
donna and the buffalo
dwight yoakam
edie brickell and the new bohemians
edwin mccain
faith no more
fishbone
the flaming lips
galactic
george clinton and p-funk
gov't mule
grateful dead
greenday
guns n roses
the hooters
ice-t
itzhak perlman
janes addiction
jefferson airplane
jerry garcia band
jesus and mary chain
jethro tull
jorma and mike
kevn kinney
lauryn hill
leftover salmon
leslie west
linkin park
little milton
lo fidelity allstars
mc 900 ft jesus
mercury rev
metallica
michell n'decello
mighty mighty bosstones
ministry
moby
mudhoney
neil young w/ booker t and the mgs
nick cave and the bad seeds
nine inch nails
osric tentacles
oysterhead
ozzy osbourne
pearl jam
phil and friends
phish
primus
rage against the machine
ratt
red hot chili peppers
rob zombie
robert hunter
robert plant
roger waters
sarah harmer
siouxsie and the banshees
smashing pumpkins
soundgarden
southern culture on the skids
spearhead
spin doctors
starship
steely dan
stereolab
steve miller
sting
strangefolk
string cheese incident
styx
susan tedeschi
they might be giants
tool
warren haynes & matt abst
widespread panic
x
yes
ziggy marley and the melody makers

I'm sure I missed some, but those are the ones I remember off the top of my head, and it doesn't include any of the local bands I used to go see, or the shows I worked, etc.
post #203 of 541
Just came back from Coco Lee at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA. OMG!! She's smoking hot....extremely underrated and overlooked by American radio.
post #204 of 541
She's not overlooked, she just hasn't paid to get on.
post #205 of 541
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She's not overlooked, she just hasn't paid to get on.
You would think with Sony as her label....
post #206 of 541
Aerosmith
U2
Velvet Revolver
Def Leppard
Depeche Mode
MUCC
L'Arc~en~Ciel

Going to see Porcupine Tree next month @ the Beacon!
post #207 of 541
Grand Funk Railroad
Three Dog Night
Elton John
Yes
Eric Clapton
New Riders Of The Purple Sage
James Taylor
Cat Stevens
George Benson
Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Fleetwood Mac
Ozzy Osbourne
Paul McCartney & Wings


... and my favorite, my daughter's punk rock band, Almost Blind, at Jerky's Bar in Providence, RI. I wrote a little summary for my friends when I returned from the trip:

Cover charge at Jerky's bar: $10
Two buckets of beer for the band: $20
Tattoo of Texas on forearm (hers, not mine): $50
Treatments for tinnitus: $2000
Watching my daughter play keyboard and scream "Shut the ****** up!" into the microphone 50 times: Priceless!!!
post #208 of 541
before 1980 . . .
- aerosmith
- maghony rush
- kansas
- styx
- billy joel
1980-1985
- the jacksons
- jackson browne
- the clash
- j. geils band
- elton john
- gap band
- dazz band
- police
- van halen
- stray cats
- journey
- loverboy
- reo speedwagon
1985-1989
- jason and the sorchers
- webb wilder
- james taylor
- jimmy buffet
- indigo girls
- sunsplash (in jamaica)
- ziggy marley
- b-52s
- temptations
- four tops
1990-1993
- amy grant
- mary-chapin carpenter
- sting
- jimmy buffet
- indigo girls
- k.d. lang
- harry connick, jr.
- count basie orchestra
- winston hill (ensemble)
- the cure
- b52s
post 1993
- chick corea
- mary-chapin carpenter
- indigo girls
- shawn colvin
- rolling stones
- counting crows
- sheryl crow
post #209 of 541
A whole group of concerts that most of our younger and middle folks wouldn't want to see and I paid big bucks for front row seats. Broadway musicals. In New York, London and LA. Many top recording artists going back to the 1960s. At the time, I truly believed each show was worth every penny. Now, if I had the money, I would buy a HE90/HEV90 system and have some change left over.
post #210 of 541
-Merle Haggard (Mid-1990's)- Fort Bend County Fair
-Johnny Cash (Mid-1990's)- Fort Bend County Fair
-Warped Tour (June 2004)- Reliant Park
-Warped Tour (June 2005)- Reliant Park
-Warped Tour (June 2006)- Reliant Park
-Red Hot Chili Peppers with Gnarls Barkley(March 2007)- Toyota Center
-My Chemical Romance with Muse (April 2007)- Reliant Arena
-Projekt Revolution (August 2007)- Woodlands Pavillion
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