I can't spell Zeppelin The Greatful Dead The Stones (in their prime) I saw them two years ago and they were unbelievable. I couldn't believe the energy they had so to see them back in the day would have to be amazing!
well if Icould go back in time I would deffintly have to see the greatest rock band ever Led I can't spell Zeppelin for one and the Doors for two and i would have to agree on Bob and the Wailers and if i had time Iwould also want to see the dead ;D
I think I'd like to be there for that Miles Davis show on 2/12/64 that's immortalized on My Fuuny Valentine. That was the first entire album I ever heard by Miles Davis. It was also when I realized I liked that kind of music.
Post by BonnarooPaul on May 7, 2004 16:54:53 GMT -5
hello? The Beatles post Dylan influence definitely...
Led I can't spell Zeppelin also definitely
and just to throw it for a loop, Parliament back in the reeeaal crazy days..
you guys ever hear of the acid test light shows they used to have. my dad was telling me they'd have these big auditoriums with HUGE light shows and everyone came and tabbed and had a great time..there are still light shows today but nowhere near what they had back then. also heard blue oyster cult used to have craaazyy light shows.
Post by kozmikbunny on May 18, 2004 11:08:59 GMT -5
without question i would have to say being part of Ken Kesey's Acid Tests would be the greatest thing in the world: tape delays of real time sounds, real time light shows controlled byuncontrollabe minds, wires wrapped around everything, colors and textures painted everywhere, and barrels full of Electric Kool-Aid, all that and the very first shows for Jefferson airplane and the Grateful Dead..
Organized religion destroys who we are by inhibiting our actions... by inhibiting our decisions, out of... out of fear of some... some intangible parent figure who... who shakes a finger at us from thousands of years ago and says... and says, "Do it - Do it and I'll fu(kin' spank you."
Yet it is in this loneliness that the deepest activities begin. It is here that you discover act without motion, labor that is profound repose, vision in obscurity, and, beyond all desire, a fulfillment whose limits extend to infinity.
~ Thomas Merton ~
-The Doors: (anywhere outdoors with a large bon fire to get primative at, but before they completely fell apart ) "An American Prayer" is still one of the most amazing albums I have ever heard in any state of mind.
-Greatful Dawg: just to hear them throw out an "Arabia." Fusion is such a beautiful thing, thanks again Miles.