Alright, time for some discussion on what yr all listening too. My iTunes inventory is getting a little stale so I'm up for some inspiration.
Currently loving The Drones' album "Havilah".. incredible songwriting and some of the best recorded guitars and drum I've heard in a long time. I'm a little late to the party with this album but it's on high rotation at the moment and will probably stay there a while. I've seen these guys live once (Fowlers, Adelaide) and fortunately they're incredible on stage too. Can't wait to see them again.
Driving songs huh...?
These guys from Japan are worth checking out:-
Better fuel up then.
Nice work gents.
No repeats this time.
Been watching Pistol on (believe it or not) Disney.
Not bad for the song reminders and cultural references of the time. Story and acting get a little naf at times. Anyhow - here are some tunes from the show.
and here's Johnny and his commentary on the series.
Ben's Tunesmiths answering the call for #1 swellnet Lifeline Classic
Bringing out the best in the crew...we got yer back...Salute!
Supporters pack is on it's way...locked in!
swellnet Drum Circle rolls out support for #1 swellnet Lifeline Classic
Have a fantastic weekend Craig & swellnet ...thanx to crew & all for sharing the stoke!
Grun keep sounding better with each & every listen...love yer work Ben! *****
Please pass on our compliments to the band.
Ben's Tunesmiths have officially dedicated Manyana as swellnet soundtrack for 2022 Lifeline Classic.
Talking about drummers, here's the Germs vs the Dead Kennedys (well, in the vid anyway)
Talking about drummers, Danny counting down 5,4,3,2,1 across that whole bridge section is incredible... along with everything else he does really. Probably been posted already but it's always worth watching again.
David Byrne mentioned Gabriels
blackers needs a bookend...way too soon or never too late to squeeze in an Oz Classic?
Minstrels live well ahead of our time or maybe we just caught up with ourselves.
If ever a Song is too perfect for the occasion...it's time for the Kings of the World.
Ah TBB, thanks for pulling me up. Don't want to offend but feel it's all a bit over done.
Local lads and lass giving it a ping. Seems appropriate.
A bit of fuel for the fire.
And one for the road.
Gasoline Gal, Andy Caltex. Schmick guitar work.
Nice work as usual blackers.
Another one for fans of the geetar.
And one for those who can't keep up.
and five with macca
Hearing the brilliant Ballad of Clayton Looby Stu posted earlier lead to searching out some more gems from these boys.
"...gonna kick a few heads, gonna have some fun..."
A couple for Connie.
You could write these girls off as a novelty, but really they have talent, lead singer has a good voice coupled with a unique look and confidence, plus can play bass better than many and the guitarist is pretty decent.
Crazy that in Indo 21 old muslim girls like this even know these songs let alone play them like they do, i hope someone takes these girls under their wing and helps them go somewhere with some originals.
This vid just a good insight into more of who they are and lengths they must go too (turning up o gig on scoters with guitars), it's not easy for girls in rock roll bands even in Aust imagine in Indo as a muslim girl, amazing really.
One of these guys is amazing…the other, meh. The amazing guy’s music is an Australian treasure.
The one and only live show Nailbomb ever played, Eindhoven, Holland, with two of the giant's of Metal, Max and Igor Cavalera's thunderous rhythm in full effect.
Apologies! The live show drumming was in fact D.H Peligro from the D.K's!! Igor did the studio recordings.
Spotted on spicks and specks. Thought it was a little humorous. Skip through the second one to see Ozzy's reaction.
Nice one, icandig. Ozzy is one cooked unit.
A chilled cover.
Morning for it
Worth your time.
Was listening to this on the drive back from the surf today. Great album, underrated song writer.