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    Default Texas Tornados - Soy de San Luis

    Did you think I was gonna write that sort of "intro" and not go here? Xaxa. Again not "Spanish" at all, but... it just is what it is. And I love that little intro by Freddie Fender (RIP),

    Original recording in HD - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZERymr3mD8




    Voy a cantar estos versos, aunque yo no soy de aqui
    Yo soy puro Mexicano, soy de San Luis Potosí.
    Caminando y caminando, he llegado a San Antonio
    Me encontre muy buen trabajo, y tambien con el demonio.

    Found me a little Tejanita, and I fell in love with her
    She was so bonita and I had to marry her...


    ... And on to a better ending than the song?

    Lyrics (not 100% correct) > http://www.metrolyrics.com/soy-de-sa...-tornados.html


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    Default Judas Priest - You've got another thing comin'

    Quote Originally Posted by Teshka View Post
    Yea domestic violence, but I agree with your thinking.....
    and i really can't ever understand why anyone would even hang around anymore to talk or argue or anything. I would just leave.
    Unfortunately there are types of violence that you just can't turn your back and leave.

    A big "thank you" for picking "Staind" cause none of their songs was on my list, and for making me remember I Ran (So Far Away)

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonRide*r* View Post
    I once had a friend (of a friend) who was born in Mexico City from "High Society", i.e., Euro-Spaniard blood (and money). She carried a noticeable "attitude" about her American-Spaniard kindred. So even here, it remains a "point of discussion". ... which I always avoid at all costs. I don't really care where, or how, or to-whom-and-what a person was born.
    I can imagine that there may be some differences among Spanish and American Spanish talking nations, but if an individual shows with words or acts signs of "origin-superiority" then laughter is all he needs to realize how things are.... Such behaviors should not be left uncriticized cause they tend to become currents.

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonRide*r* View Post
    The thing about Spanish music (per se) on this side of Atlantis (I mean the Atlantic) is that it has its own flair. A brand all its own really. And for me it conjures a whirl of thoughts and impressions. For example:

    Yes, Santana is de Mexico, but I grew up hearing about his Afro-Cubano style, which incorporates two other islands. And for a time one of those islands seemed as much "Russian" as "American". Comprendes? But I digress...

    For this round, I came up with the theme title "The Culturalization of (a) Rock."

    Please pardon the pun. You can interpret those five words any way you like, 'coz I intend it to mean at least two different things. ...

    1. The "Rock" is the Americas (all of it), and it's also the Music (all of it).
    2. The other implication is not so kind. Can a rock be cultured at all?

    But Yes! Indeed it can! (By some definition anyway.) And here I might mention (for starters) a certain legendary cadre from Chicago, visiting New Orleans, singing about some other island(s) called the Bahamas.....
    Oh I see .... please may someone call a doctor for MoonRide*r*?
    yea he talks about "culturalization of rocks"

    Man, I think you overdo it, rock IS culture it doesn't need a thing to culturalize it.
    Just like every nation has it's own culture, which at least basic points of it SHOULD BE preserved for the generations to come.

    Never heard "She's About a Mover " thanks for that mate!
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    "Gilgamesh, where are you hurrying to?
    You will never find that life for which you are looking.
    When the gods created man they allotted to him death,
    but life they retained in their own keeping"

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    Default Rory Gallagher - Shadow Play

    "It seemed like every single member of the 35,000 crowd went berserk and within minutes a full-scale riot had broken out....
    I just didn’t want to die in a football pitch in Greece”"
    Rory Gallagher


    Guitar solo - > 1.27 - 2.30




    Link to live vid from 1978 -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_izHVJw-XEo

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    "Gilgamesh, where are you hurrying to?
    You will never find that life for which you are looking.
    When the gods created man they allotted to him death,
    but life they retained in their own keeping"

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    Default Deep Purple - Mistreated

    Good music-quality vid, powerfull performance by Coverdale.



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    You will never find that life for which you are looking.
    When the gods created man they allotted to him death,
    but life they retained in their own keeping"

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    Default Aretha Franklin - Chain Of Fools

    I so agree Moon and Amethyste, about culture ....it's only by 'accident' that we are born or placed into a certain culture and then it becomes our own, and it should become our purpose to preserve all of the good things that we represent....even if other people can't ever see those good things as well as we can

    I ♥LOVE♥ ALL OF THE GUITAR in those songs!

    Rory Gallagher RIP <3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3aY3xboyEk

    culture....does not get any more flavorful than THIS....and all that Aretha has ever wanted is 'just a little respect'

    The Queen Of Soul



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    Default Placebo - Every You Every Me

    @ Moon....I'm sorry

    and PS Amethyste, you're welcome for 'Staind' and i've been meaning to post one of theirs for weeks.



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    Default Gotthard - Need To Believe

    'RIP' once again....SO sad the way that he died (the 'background' of this vid) and so far from home

    I need to believe
    don't lie
    It's all about you and I
    let's give it wings to fly



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    Default Fleetwood Mac -You Make Loving Fun

    Quote Originally Posted by Amethystos View Post
    Oh I see .... please may someone call a doctor for MoonRide*r*?
    yea he talks about "culturalization of rocks"

    Man, I think you overdo it, rock IS culture it doesn't need a thing to culturalize it.

    Amen bruddah.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amethystos View Post
    Never heard "She's About a Mover " thanks for that mate!
    De nada amigo. I got lucky in finding that one. And if you hadn't brought up "Spanish" (which led me to Tex-Mex and so on) I could've easily overlooked it for another several months.


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    And that Judas Priest rocker was a perfect opening number!
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    Hope this does this page justice. I've been meaning to put it up here for 2 weeks or more, because we don't have nearly enough F-M on this board yet... and I've always considered it a sweet little sing-along song...





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    Default Oasis - She's Electric

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    @ Moon....I'm sorry
    ..... I'll forgive you this time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Teshka View Post
    ... let's give it wings to fly...
    All day and all night.
    And then Remaster it and Play it again...


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    Default Iron Maiden - Doctor Doctor

    And Amethyste: I'm always up for some Deep Purple.

    And since you made that crack about me needing a doctor... ...

    Would anybody agree if I say this is another cover that was better than the original (by UFO)? Purely a matter of personal taste, but I think so...





    From the extended single Lord of the flies

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    Default The Cure - Fascination Street

    Quote Originally Posted by Teshka View Post
    Great vid Teshka and a big BRAVO for picking "Every You Every Me" a pure rock song totally forgotten by me and thus not included in my list.
    Never heard of Gotthard before, thanks for that also.

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonRide*r* View Post
    Hope this does this page justice. I've been meaning to put it up here for 2 weeks or more, because we don't have nearly enough F-M on this board yet... and I've always considered it a sweet little sing-along song...
    It's true, Fleetwood Mac happened to be a little over-intellectual for most of rockers, but personally I like them.
    Good picks mate!
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    Default Talking Heads - Psycho Killer

    This song had taken a lot of effort to get the arrangement that made it a hit.
    Talking heads wrote it back in 1974 but was released in 1977 after drastic changes.

    There was a great funny cover of this only 3 years after original's release called "Psycho Chicken"



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    Default David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust



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    Default Ugly Kid Joe - Everything About You

    Moon you don't need a doctor for anything at all :-) except for that bad case of eye strain, and DON'T go trying to read all of this small print yet, just put your earbuds on and close your eyes

    @Amethyste...

    Gotthard, yvw....classic Suisse rock, love those guys! i'm gonna post another one of theirs in another thread soon

    The Cure - Fascination Street....wow serious déjà vu from college days, and that's all that i'm gonna say about that

    Psycho Chicken! Talking Heads (and some others) always remind me of the movie CBGB. Have you ever seen it? It's.......um.......well you just need to try to see it if you haven't yet bcs if nothing else it's very historical and well worth it!

    GUITAR!! SO rocks! *punches bass boost*



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    Default Maroon 5 - One More Night



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    Default Golden Earring - When The Lady Smiles

    One of my favorite 'Alpha-male' vocalists ever. Make me smile



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    Default Peter Schilling - Major Tom (Coming Home)

    And the hits just keep on comin'!
    It's amazing how much great stuff we're finding for ATL's own little "Rock Halls of Fame".


    Amethyste: Ziggy! Part two...

    Ground Control to Major Tom
    Commencing countdown, engines on...

    Vier, drei, zwei, eins...
    (I had to look up the spelling of "vier".)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aZNbYrL8s4

    In English (con subtitulos en Español):




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    Default Def Leppard - Foolin'

    Quote Originally Posted by Teshka View Post
    GUITAR!! SO rocks! *punches bass boost*
    More! A little subtle and late-coming, but it's there:




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    Default Damn Yankees - High Enough

    Vocals. Ted Nugent and company never sounded quite so good.




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    Default Sniff 'n the tears - Driver's seat

    @Teshka In my mind, everything concerning Ugly Kid Joe was totally erased, fortunately you added them on the list
    Golden Earring huh .... nice choice my friend, and I keep another song of them for the future.

    @MoonRide*r* You made me read about this ... Peter Schilling. Congrats mate, I don't know how you found that info about the connection between Bowie's song with this one, but it was quite a moment for this thread!

    And your decision to close with a strong ballad was splendid!
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