What's up Quinn? Check page 3 of this thread where I link to Tosin Abasi and Animals as Leaders. Amazing guitarist. Meshuggah is brutal, that is a great concert. I haven't seen Meshugg yet, will do soon.
Now that I look at that post again, I remember it. I had never heard of him or the band at the time. They have a unique phenomenon at a metal concert. Most of the fans are quiet and just seem to stare in awe of the performance. At first I thought people didn't like them, but that is not the case. The guitar is just that good. Meshuggah on the other hand is nuts!! The concert was in a small venue called Bogarts and they put on a full scale concert. There are several videos on youtube from the show 2-21-13 Bogarts Cincinnati. I was suprised at the stage show for such a small place.
Very nice. I know you didn't link to Neil Young, but it's impossible for me to see CSN and not think of the Y. I finished a great biography of Neil Young when I was visiting my sister in November in Summerlin (suburb of Vegas). It was one of those books that took me forever to read, I kept putting it down and picking it up again, but when I finally had a chance to read every day I realized what a great book it was. Anyway, here is the link to the book and I'll post a vid of Neil Young as well.
Yes, but CSNY were initially CSN, and two of their first four albums (their classics) are CSN. Y did come along "later."
Don't disagree, but in my mind the two geniuses were the S and the Y. Y to the greatest extent, but that's just my opinion. I'm about to order the Stephen Stills box set, I finally decided to after reading an interview with Stills in the most recent Guitar magazine.
CSN without the Y is still a great band, no question.
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This dude is coming to Franklin, Ohio on May 11. I lived there for many years and my kids graduated from there. It's a small redneck town. He is playing outdoors in the back of a bowling alley. You can pay $30 to be inside the fence and pay $4 a beer. Or pay nothing for the ticket and $2 a beer and sit in the back of a pickup at the bar next door. You can still see and hear the concert and you're actually closer than most venues. Guess which one I'm doing.