Dude! It's Robben Friggin Ford man! :bow: :bow: :smile:Hamm Guitars said:The Bass player and Drummer are smokin'. The guitar player didn't give them enough space though, I would have to say that he is over playing.
I used to do the Erica Ehm and Dan Galliger Road shows whay back in the ?? Late 80's earlly '90's ?? she was allways smokin'.
He's in a trio. No vocals. There's no one he can step on.:confused-smiley-010Hamm Guitars said:The Bass player and Drummer are smokin'. The guitar player didn't give them enough space though, I would have to say that he is over playing.
Hey TG, I completely disagree with you, BUT I am really happy that you would post that. This is what make's this forum so great. Cheers, Mario. BTW, I still think Erica was hot!traynor_garnet said:Just remember that the "good ol' days" were not actually all the good. Playing stuff like this was still very rare back then and we shouldn't hold this up as an example of how awesome MM used to be . . .
I've never really been able to dig this guy. Awesome chops but I find the music SO generic; I've heard this "guitar thing" a billion times before and it just seems completely tired to me. Not flaming anyone nor saying you're crazy for liking it. It just doesn't do anything for me.
Yep, to each their own. Nothing is more redundant than people arguing about "who rulz" (especially when we all know it's Neil Young None )mario said:Hey TG, I completely disagree with you, BUT I am really happy that you would post that. This is what make's this forum so great. Cheers, Mario. BTW, I still think Erica was hot!
If you are going to mention Rick then you also have to say George snufalufagus or what ever the heck is last name is.nine said:I'll have to stand up for Traynor Garnet here. That stuff just sounds like generic background music for shows on the Discovery Channel. I have no idea how people can get off on listening to it, but then again, I have no idea how people like Nickleback either. Or Inuit throat singing. Haha. :tongue:
I definitely agree with the "you'll never see stuff like this on Much again" though. It's a shame how bland and teeny-bopper that channel has become. I know people that work there and they all agree. The channel is just out for numbers and money now, so they go for the broadest base they can attract. They days of hearing a wide variety of music on channels like Much and MTV are over. Everyone has a video now- it's mandatory, but when they started they were scrambling for content, which is why you'd see such contrasting music on there.
And the personalities are gone. Instead of the Dan Gallaghers, Kim Clark Champnisses, Simon Evanses and Erica Ehms, there's a parade of generic, good looking early twentysomethings that know jack shit about music other than what they read from the teleprompter. As much as I found Steve Anthony an annoying idiot back when he was on, the dude looks like a genius compared to that Devon kid. I think that Rick Campanelli was the last of the VJs that gave a crap.