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Thanks for the encouragement...


Love ELP and Freddie.


So just to re-affirm my love for the non-conforming. A group I have followed since the early '70s is this quirky English band called "Stackridge". almost impossible to pin any genre on them, Two of them became the "Korgis" after they split up in the 70s. But they then reformed in around 2000. Got to see them at a number of gigs until their final bow gig in 2015.

One of my favourite of their post reformation tracks is this - The Red Squirrel - about a fight back against the Grey Squirrels decimating the English population of "Reds".


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Good stuff thanks

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Here are a local group of musicians in my town.

Check out all their You Tube videos.


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2 hours ago, Niamh said:

One of my favourite of their post reformation tracks is this - The Red Squirrel - about a fight back against the Grey Squirrels decimating the English population of "Reds".

@Niamh Thanks for sharing.  I really enjoyed listening.  I found other performances on YT and got a full taste.  Nice!!


@Teri Anne Very good version of a Foreigner hit.  The lead singer's voice is phenomenal.

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Lexington Lab Band are outstanding all are top notch musicians.

They have hundreds of videos up.


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Wow...good stuff...i have some enjoyment heading my way.

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Here is a fave band of mine that has such solid licks and guitar hooks for days.

The drummers is outstanding as well. Did a few shows on the same bill with them several years ago.

These guys are real talented and I dig their music.

Eclipse have been around a while and have a huge European following.Pretty sure they are from Sweden so that makes sense.




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Lots of energy reminds me of several groups like they took the best parts of those bands

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@Teri Anne I thought Waiting on a girl like you was a foreigner song. Nice cover

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Eclipse have worked under the band name W.E.T as well check their stuff out as well.

They had Jeff Scott Soto on vocals around that time.


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The Eclipse is really good, thunder drums. Interesting messages in the songs....

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18 hours ago, Shay said:

as promised - here are photos of Steely Dan at the University of Toledo 1972 (I think)



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@Shay - Those are wonderful pictures Heather, thanks for sharing.



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My first barre chords came by learning this song - lifting me up at this moment...........Locomotive Breath............








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Just listened to Rhapsody In Blue.  Gives me chills listening to a master play that song.


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Amen...any music well performed is worth the listen.

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One of my favorite bands - I first hear panning in their 2nd album called just Traffic and my favorite started as a Steve Winwood solo album and ended up as a full fledged traffic album - RIP Jim Calardi and Chris Wood.......


My favorite cuts are GLAD and John Barletcorn (I still play JB as often as I can0



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28 minutes ago, Shay said:

One of my favorite bands

Me too!   There are bands where their coming together is a confluence of talent and genius.  


This is a wonderful album and JB is an all time favorite.  I really like Welcome to the Canteen.  Its a short live album with only six numbers but they are all keepers! 

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Great album ! my favorite "empty pages", nice pick this morning



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@Abi I am not as fmiliar but so happy you can get me back to speed as are many of the other ladies her. I try not to be a musical snob and I respect ANY music done well - no matter the genre. I being human have my go to's and comfort zone but am always stopping at the library and picking up new performers - usually from NPR all music considered - and try to keep up - I feel sad for those who stick to one genre or era and say that is the only good music out there. I am always looking for new talent and influences....


Thank You for your help.


Heather Shay

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PS @Abi listened to RUNN - Misery - nice arrangement love her voice


@Cyndee and @Jani I loved Traffic from the first moment I heard them and have all of their recorded output along with Jim and Steve's solo work. Welcome to the Canteen was excellent and many of their later tours with the Mussle Shoals rhythm section in support of Low Spark of High Healed Boys and Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory.

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