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Ratt - Round and Round

Stand Atlantic - Wavelength

Pop Evil - Breathe Again

Pierce the Veil - Floral and Fading

Weezer - Pork and Beans

Jefferson Starship - Jane

Weezer - The World Has Turned and Left Me Here

Weezer - Tired of Sex

Weezer - El Scorcho

Weezer - Island In The Sun

The Interrupters - Take Back The Power

Bloodhound Gang - I Hope You Die

Bloodhound Gang - Altogether Ooky

The Hollies - Carrie Anne

Maroon 5 - Harder To Breathe

Maroon 5 - This Love

Switchfoot - Meant To Live

Modest Mouse - Float On

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Ratt - Round and Round

 

Jefferson Starship - Jane

 

Weezer - Island In The Sun

 

The Hollies - Carrie Anne

 

 

Four absolute corkers there :guitar:

They're all a lot of fun to play. Jane especially has some nice parts.
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Ratt - Round and Round

 

Jefferson Starship - Jane

 

Weezer - Island In The Sun

 

The Hollies - Carrie Anne

 

 

Four absolute corkers there :guitar:

They're all a lot of fun to play. Jane especially has some nice parts.

 

I used to do Round and Round in a covers band way back in the 80s!

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Ratt - Round and Round

 

Jefferson Starship - Jane

 

Weezer - Island In The Sun

 

The Hollies - Carrie Anne

 

 

Four absolute corkers there :guitar:

They're all a lot of fun to play. Jane especially has some nice parts.

 

I used to do Round and Round in a covers band way back in the 80s!

Sounds like a great time! I saw a cover band play it the other day
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Vixen - Edge of a Broken Heart

Vixen - Streets In Paradise

Ratt - Back For More

Ratt - You're In Love

Ratt - Lay It Down

 

Superb list! :guitar:

Thanks! I saw both of them live recently, and decided to learn some of their songs
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Tommy Castro and The Painkillers - Two Hearts

 

I've had their live CD "Killin' It" since last year sometime, but I never really checked it out until the last couple of days while driving to and from work. Yesterday evening I was driving home and had three songs left. This song was second to last, it was the first time I ever heard it, and it became an instant favorite. The whole album is really pretty good. It was released in 2019, and Tommy has quite a catalog which which to select, so it was probably easy to assemble ten really solid Blues/Rock/Soul songs for the set.

 

http://youtu.be/jxFYk_blGsY

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Led Zeppelin - Communication Breakdown

 

Led Zeppelin - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You

 

Led Zeppelin - Black Mountain Side

 

I've always struggled with Black Mountain Side. Hope you find more success with it than I have had.

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Alice In Chains - No Excuses

Queensryche - I will remember

Rush - Something for nothing

Talking Heads - And she was

Status Quo - In my chair

PJ Harvey - Send his love to me (change lyrics though if singing)

Van Halen - Aint talkin bout love

Morcheeba - The Sea

The Pixies - Caribou

and looking at

Fastway - Say what you will

Faith No More - Introduce Yourself

Faith No More - We Care a Lot

Faith No More - Epic

Monster Magnet - Crop Circle

Tom Jones - What new pussycat?

Duke Ellington - Take the A Train

Steve Earle - Ben McCulloch

 

Bit of a diverse bunch

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I'm learning to play bass, little by little.

 

 

Doug Sahm - It's Gonna Be Easy, Your Friends... and a whole lot of other Doug Sahm songs/songs covered by him. (Sahm was a genius. :heart: I totally love the Atlantic sessions, but others, too, like The Return of Wayne Douglas.)

 

Jimmie Vaughan - Boom Bapa Boom, Just Like Putty (a nice, delicate song), Two Wings, Strange Pleasure (the song), Positively Meant to Be, Motor Head Baby. (By the way, George Rains' shuffle on these two albums, Strange Pleasure and Out There, is top notch!)

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Been listening a lot to The Best of ZZ Top (1977) lately.

 

I've never really delved deep into their catalog before, but after watching their documentary on Netflix, decided I should.

 

"Beerdrinkers and Hellraisers" just friggin' rocks! Can't get that song out of my head right now.

 

Been re-listening to their album "Eliminator" a lot lately too.

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Only You Can Rock Me - UFO

 

Shapes of Things - Gary Moore

 

Pump it Up - Elvis Costello

 

Don't Say it's Over - Gun

 

Sick of Drugs - The Wildhearts

 

Going Underground - The Jam.

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