Re: Howie invented acoustic performances ?
- From: drumrboy@xxxxxxx
- Date: 18 May 2006 18:46:24 -0700
"Hoody" <hoody@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Growing up, in the so called rock and roll hall of fame, lots of random rock
stars would come into the WMMS studio. WMMS was THE station in cleveland. I
dont recall one of them ever playing live. Right before WMMS changed formats
they started playing tapes from their archieves. All live stuff for various
events and whatnot. I dont recall ever hearing anything from the WMMS
One of the first songs I heard on the Howard Stern show was the incredible
in studio performance of Lives in the Balance (is that jackson brown of
richie havens???). Un-fucken-believable.
Might not seem so revolutionary now... But I'm looking foward to move in
studio performance in the future.
Holy Shit did you drink the kool aid. Let me get this straight....
Howie invented live music.... WOW!!! I had no idea....
Did Hoo Hoo tell you to type that or did you just decide to prove your
Are you still "rooting for the underdog"?
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