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    Re: the 80s

    Skid Row I Remember You

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    Re: the 80s

    I somewhat remember concerts from Jefferson Airplain, Blue Cheer, Pink Floyd, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, the Who, and Bob Marley. There was also, 'Ten Years After',and a few Joan Baez type groups.
    Forgot 'Jethro Tull', and probably a few others.
    That was a great time for music.
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    Re: the 80s

    Probably the best concert I've ever been to with Tommy Lee coming out over the crowd and rotating upside down while playing live. It was insane! Oh, and the laser light show was pretty cool, too.



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    Re: the 80s

    Saw these guys in concert, too. Loverboy, Lovin' Every Minute Of It

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    Re: the 80s

    Luv the 80's music era... I have a few night club beat-mix CDs from that era.
    The dance mix songs that blend into the next song for non stop dancing.

    Those where the days, dragging the missus and myself home in broad daylight after a long night out....

    I have some current beat-mix CDs floating around somewhere.
    I sent a current genre' one to Debs in England for her birthday a few years ago.
    I don't know if she Burned the CD back together in the correct order of play. She's dropped out of CTN for a while now...

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    Re: the 80s

    the talking heads were more a 70s band but if your looking for a cardio workout
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    Re: the 80s

    A little before the 80s and a little after the 80s. The Cream - Toad live at the Royal Albert Hall in 1968 and again 37 years later in May 2005. There are many that considered Ginger Baker the best drummer ever.
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    Re: the 80s

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    A little before the 80s and a little after the 80s. The Cream - Toad live at the Royal Albert Hall in 1968 and again 37 years later in May 2005. There are many that considered Ginger Baker the best drummer ever.
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    If you like Cream you should hear the San Diego Sports Arena and Detroit Grande Ballroom concert bootlegs. They are on you tube.

    The 2005 Reunion was really good too, just different.

    RIP Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathicana View Post
    If you like Cream you should hear the San Diego Sports Arena and Detroit Grande Ballroom concert bootlegs. They are on you tube.

    The 2005 Reunion was really good too, just different.

    RIP Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker
    I have the 2005 Live at the Royal Albert Hall DVD set.

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    Re: the 80s

    Thanks for the all the great tunes here is a Classic From Great White... still so sad the tragedy at one of their shows at The Station night club in Rhode Island.

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