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Blue J last won the day on April 6 2020

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About Blue J

  • Birthday 04/11/1973

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    Music, music, music, politics, literature
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Music Fandom

  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    8
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    Nationwide Arena, Columbus- 8 June 2015
  • Favorite Rush Song
    is ever-revolving
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Permanent Waves and Hold Your Fire
  • Other Favorite Bands
    The Black Crowes, Mandolin Orange, Ray LaMontagne, Guided By Voices, Steely Dan, early Chicago, Elton John, Bob Dylan, Jethro Tull, King Crimson, etc., etc...entirely too many to keep naming
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Drums, acoustic guitar (and long, long ago, trumpet)

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  1. Jazz from Hell- Frank Zappa
  2. I would love to be able to say that I’m going to see Blur at Wembley Stadium this coming weekend…but alas, I don’t think I can make it. :/
  3. I saw Terry Bozzio perform with Jeff Beck on Beck’s Guitar Shop tour, 1989- incredible drummer. (And who I really went to that show to see was Stevie Ray Vaughan- blew me away). Missing Persons? Not so much.
  4. I knew I was missing something. Thank you. As the title of the David Crosby album goes- It’s all coming back to me now…
  5. Video, really? I did not know that at all! Would you send me a PM with a tip as to where I can find that? YouTube? Also- I said it was the only time I saw them on the CA tour. It was not the only Rush show I ever attended. The Presto tour was my first, all the way up to R40. Been a fan since 1980 (but I was too young to start going to shows then).
  6. I don’t know if I’m missing something, or if there’s a subsection of the forum that isn’t here anymore. But I’m wondering about live recordings, of the unofficial variety… Today is the 10th anniversary of the only show I saw on the Clockwork Angels tour- 2 July 2013, in Cincinnati. And I’ve never found a live recording of it, anywhere. Ahem, ahem. Please and thank you in advance, if you have any leads.
  7. David Bowie- Diamond Dogs tour Bob Dylan and the Hawks- UK Tour 1966
  8. Zero to 99- Boston Spaceships
  9. Oh god, I had no idea that he had passed…in addition to being a part of arguably the best band that Miles Davis ever fronted (his quintet of 1965-‘68), he played with my favorite jazz trumpeter on Earth, Lee Morgan, for several sessions…he played with Joni Mitchell in the mid-to-late 1990s, along with drummers Brian Blade and Vinnie Colaiuta…and by the way, he had a hell of a solo career as well. Every one of his solo albums from 1964-‘67 is essential, IMO. (And by the way, that’s eight albums as a leader, in four years. In addition to several more that he did in Miles’s group- not to mention live dates all over the US, UK and Europe). A monumental talent. 🌹
  10. Suits, on Netflix The writing, the dialogue, is really slick, it’s so much fun.
  11. I would love to see him do a tour for the new book- since I was MIA for the last one he did.
  12. And I’ll get my hands on the book just as quickly as I can, and devour the bloody thing.
  13. Truth! There’s a reason why Neil was the lyricist from the time he joined, too- else we be subjected to ‘Hey baby, it’s a quarter to eight’ for the next 40-odd years. 😂 (This is not meant as a knock on Geddy at all- I love, love, love all three guys. And hey, “Big Beautiful Book of Bass” I liked).
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