TheRollingBones;3967615 said:No, awesome drum solo.
Rockbandfan23467;3967654 said:Also cheesy.RQ: How easy is it to get into the Mat's?
TheRollingBones;3967647 said:Go to almost any white 50's - early 60's pop/rock music, and they're almost all going to be similar to that, lyrics-wise.
Ultimatum;3967064 said:Stairway's solo also isn't all that great.
Also, Green Grass and High Tides>>>>>>>>Free Bird as far as southern rock guitar odysseys go.
ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;3967392 said:Sticky Fingers> LiB
schmeankman;3967502 said:I think The Band, Springsteen, the Kinks, and Badfinger are the few 'classic rock' bands that earn the praise they get. The Stones and Doors have thier moments too.
TheRollingBones;3967524 said:Lies and suffering. I offer Moby Dick as reasoning.
clashcityrocker10;3968066 said:To add nothing to the Bonham discussion, I've never thought much of him as a drummer. Pretty simple, and nothing too interesting on fills.
Ultimatum;3968431 said:He had a fast foot though, but that's it.
swet07;3968374 said:Here we go...SO FAR AWAAAAAY, WE WAIT FOR THE DAYEEEYAY
Alright_Computer;3966606 said:I think I can take it a step further and say that I don't find that much merit in grindcore at all. I mean, I can respect it for what it is, and I don't hate a good chunk of it, but it's pretty much the exact opposite of what I look for when I listen to music.
Rockbandfan23467;3968460 said:Now, how do the reagulars feel about Moon and Peart?
Gowienczyk;3967501 said:Also, as long as Jones was on it; the Rolling Stones made a good record, when he left they lost their quality and credibility.
ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;3968532 said:I'd much rather hear about Baker, Bozzio, and Palmer.
a21schizoidman;3968660 said:same, but throw in Brewer, Bun E. Carlos, and Ward
fizzeler;3969067 said:no love for copeland