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About jc4gd

  • Birthday 03/12/1965

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    San Jose, California

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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Red Barchetta, Cygnus X-1 Book II
  • Favorite Rush Album
    AFTK, Hemisperes, Permanant Waves, Moving Pictures
  • Best Rush Experience
    Got free tix to Clockwork Angels, but they were nosebleed. A coworker also worked at arena and said he might be able to move us. We got to the show and he moved us to the handicapped section at the back of the floor. We were happy. A couple of songs later he move us again, to the right side of the stage! We were blown away! Lifeson was like 20 yards away, and we could see Neil and the Orchestra from this side view.
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Drums, used to play util a close friend died.
  1. So sad. used to listen to much of their earlier stuff. Great musician. Praying for family and friends as they deal with this sudden loss.
  2. Greatly missed. A lot of gaps are filled here. Good to know he kept active as much as he could till the end. Look forward to hearing Olivia play as her dad said, "she has it." (The same article in here so you don't need RS subscription) The Spirit Of Neil Peart
  3. Wow thanks Jag2112! I got lost in this essay and went to yesteryear with the band. Some really neat tidbits and details. I was all caught up in it and worked my way down. Then I got past the credits and saw the memorium...and some tears came down. Six months later.... RIP Neil.
  4. Led Zeppelin is the epitome of what would become rock and roll and metal to some extent. They were straight forward in your face, but had the soft side of beautiful ballads too. Pink Floyd were masters of going down different musical rabbit holes where you didn't know where you'd come out. The Sid Barret tragedy affected them down the road. Styles are distinctively different. Both musical geniuses. I go with Led Zeppelin cause they were true to each other and never reformed, Meanwhile PF split up.
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7r_RiA3F46o .........i think this song has a slight twist on YYZ intro in it.
  6. They're a great band. Unfortunately not been able to get to next level. Drummer's style is similar to Soen's Lopez. Guitar switches it up a bit like Lifeson, though it's a different style of music. Their albums could have used better production. Even so, good stuff.
  7. Dream Yes - "Sweet Dreams" Depeche Mode Judas Priest Ayreon - A) Glimmer Of Hope - B) World Of Tomorrow Dreams - C) Collision Course - D) From The Ashes - E) Glimmer Of Hope (Reprise) Dream Theater- Lifting Shadows off a Dream (yeah repost now that i found this thread...)
  8. People Santana (People, people, people, people) Beatles (Ahhh look at all the lonely people) Yes Cattle Decapitation Neal Morse Narnia - People Of The Bloodred Cross (Everyday People) ...
  9. In junior high, i listened to Zebop! for most one summer. (Had my beat box!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jk7_ssVOgoU&list=PLrpyDacBCh7CtlpP7m-vFmXfYgEEQ_XlU
  10. Way underrated and overlooked. Early stuff is groundbreaking. He diversified over the years going from rock to jazz fusion to pop. Host of band members changes over the years. Usually 10-15 musicians on stage. Santana shreds, leaving many a guitarist in the dust.
  11. ...another beautiful duet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36Y0Xf26eSI&list=RD36Y0Xf26eSI&start_radio=1&t=21
  12. This means nothing to me!!!
  13. Truck full of toilet paper burns after crash - WVLT https://www.wvlt.tv/content/news/Truck-full-of-toilet-paper-burns-after-crash-569278781.html
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