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2013-02-03 05:01:20 PM
I don't mind saying those ladies may have been able to make me switch teams. They still rock it!
 
2013-02-03 05:01:32 PM
Heart was among an handful of bands (Supertramp and Rush also come to mind) that were MUCH better in the 1970's than the 1980's.
 
2013-02-03 05:12:47 PM
You gotta love the Luke Skywalker looking guitar player.
 
2013-02-03 05:17:49 PM
That was chill-inducing.
 
2013-02-03 05:25:01 PM
Ah, The Midnight Special. That, and Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, were great programs. As I recall, ALL of the performances were live.
 
2013-02-03 05:26:32 PM
Somebody's smuggling plums.
 
2013-02-03 05:50:26 PM

cameroncrazy1984: You gotta love the Luke Skywalker looking guitar player.


THis
I forgot it was a thing
Of course..I was 7......

Lorelle: Ah, The Midnight Special. That, and Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, were great programs. As I recall, ALL of the performances were live.


King Biscuit Flower Hour
 
2013-02-03 06:16:13 PM

cretinbob: King Biscuit Flower Hour


I used to listen to that on KLOS in L.A. eons ago.

/freakin' old
 
2013-02-03 06:48:45 PM

Lorelle: cretinbob: King Biscuit Flower Hour

I used to listen to that on KLOS in L.A. eons ago.

/freakin' old


98Rock in Tampa.
I remember my mother telling me I couldn't listen to it, again I was 7....I didn't listen to her very much. I've found I've had a much more satisfying life that way.
 
2013-02-03 08:13:50 PM
she has the crazy eyes
 
2013-02-03 08:20:12 PM
Lots of fun memories from that vid. Thanks subby.
 
2013-02-03 08:30:34 PM
Well that was cool
 
2013-02-03 08:49:47 PM
 
2013-02-03 08:54:35 PM
That was a pretty b*tchin' solo at the beginning.
 
2013-02-03 09:07:36 PM
CASEY KASEM'S AMERICAN TOP 40 - 6/5/76

40: STILL CRAZY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS - PAUL SIMON
39: THAT'S WHERE THE HAPPY PEOPLE GO - THE TRAMMPS
38: IT'S OVER - BOZ SCAGGS
37: UNION MAN - THE CATE BROTHERS
36: LOVE REALLY HURTS WITHOUT YOU - BILLY OCEAN

35: CRAZY ON YOU - HEART
34: GET CLOSER - SEALS & CROFTS
33: AFTERNOON DELIGHT - THE STARLAND VOCAL BAND
32: THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN - THIN LIZZY
31: MOONLIGHT FEELS RIGHT - STARBUCK
30: TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN - THE STEVE MILLER BAND
29: ROCK AND ROLL LOVE LETTER - BAY CITY ROLLERS
28: YOUNG BLOOD - BAD COMPANY
27: KISS AND SAY GOODBYE - THE MANHATTANS
26: SHOW ME THE WAY - PETER FRAMPTON
25: STRANGE MAGIC - ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA
24: BARETTA'S THEME (KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE SPARROW) - RHYTHM HERITAGE
23: I'LL BE GOOD TO YOU - THE BROTHERS JOHNSON
22: NEVER GONNA FALL IN LOVE AGAIN - ERIC CARMEN
21: TAKIN' IT TO THE STREETS - THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
20: I WANT YOU - MARVIN GAYE
19: MOVIN' - BRASS CONSTRUCTION
18: LOVE IS ALIVE - GARY WRIGHT
17: TRYIN' TO GET THE FEELING AGAIN - BARRY MANILOW
16: LOVE IN THE SHADOWS - NEIL SEDAKA
15: RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM - MAXINE NIGHTINGALE
14: BOOGIE FEVER - THE SYLVERS
13: MORE, MORE, MORE (PART 1) - ANDREA TRUE CONNECTION
12: FOOLED AROUND AND FELL IN LOVE - ELVIN BISHOP
11: RHIANNON (WILL YOU EVER WIN) - FLEETWOOD MAC
10: FOOL TO CRY - THE ROLLING STONES
9: SHOP AROUND - THE CAPTAIN & TENNILLE
8: SARA SMILE - DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES
7: WELCOME BACK - JOHN SEBASTIAN
6: SHANNON - HENRY GROSS
5: HAPPY DAYS - PRATT & McCLAIN
4: MISTY BLUE - DOROTHY MOORE
3: GET UP AND BOOGIE - THE SILVER CONVENTION
2: SILLY LOVE SONGS - WINGS
1: LOVE HANGOVER - DIANA ROSS
 
2013-02-03 09:37:41 PM
My mom still tells me about how she saw them in high school back in B.C.... Probably one of the few cool stories she can tell me
 
2013-02-03 09:50:10 PM
I think that guitar player is suffering an rare and painful case of male camel toe.
 
2013-02-03 09:53:57 PM

mikemoto: Heart was among an handful of bands (Supertramp and Rush also come to mind) that were MUCH better in the 1970's than the 1980's.


I would humbly add a few to that list, including Yes, Pink Floyd, and Aerosmith.

/great call on Supertramp
 
2013-02-03 09:53:58 PM

angry_redhead: My mom still tells me about how she saw them in high school back in B.C.... Probably one of the few cool stories she can tell me


That was a fun night. Prolly best we leave it at that.
 
2013-02-03 09:57:09 PM

Dancin_In_Anson: angry_redhead: My mom still tells me about how she saw them in high school back in B.C.... Probably one of the few cool stories she can tell me

That was a fun night. Prolly best we leave it at that.


Yes. Thank you. I get enough of the weird and scary from Fark as it is.
 
2013-02-03 10:17:48 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: CASEY KASEM'S AMERICAN TOP 40 - 6/5/76

40: STILL CRAZY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS - PAUL SIMON
39: THAT'S WHERE THE HAPPY PEOPLE GO - THE TRAMMPS
38: IT'S OVER - BOZ SCAGGS
37: UNION MAN - THE CATE BROTHERS
36: LOVE REALLY HURTS WITHOUT YOU - BILLY OCEAN
35: CRAZY ON YOU - HEART
34: GET CLOSER - SEALS & CROFTS
33: AFTERNOON DELIGHT - THE STARLAND VOCAL BAND
32: THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN - THIN LIZZY
31: MOONLIGHT FEELS RIGHT - STARBUCK
30: TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN - THE STEVE MILLER BAND
29: ROCK AND ROLL LOVE LETTER - BAY CITY ROLLERS
28: YOUNG BLOOD - BAD COMPANY
27: KISS AND SAY GOODBYE - THE MANHATTANS
26: SHOW ME THE WAY - PETER FRAMPTON
25: STRANGE MAGIC - ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA
24: BARETTA'S THEME (KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE SPARROW) - RHYTHM HERITAGE
23: I'LL BE GOOD TO YOU - THE BROTHERS JOHNSON
22: NEVER GONNA FALL IN LOVE AGAIN - ERIC CARMEN
21: TAKIN' IT TO THE STREETS - THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
20: I WANT YOU - MARVIN GAYE
19: MOVIN' - BRASS CONSTRUCTION
18: LOVE IS ALIVE - GARY WRIGHT
17: TRYIN' TO GET THE FEELING AGAIN - BARRY MANILOW
16: LOVE IN THE SHADOWS - NEIL SEDAKA
15: RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM - MAXINE NIGHTINGALE
14: BOOGIE FEVER - THE SYLVERS
13: MORE, MORE, MORE (PART 1) - ANDREA TRUE CONNECTION
12: FOOLED AROUND AND FELL IN LOVE - ELVIN BISHOP
11: RHIANNON (WILL YOU EVER WIN) - FLEETWOOD MAC
10: FOOL TO CRY - THE ROLLING STONES
9: SHOP AROUND - THE CAPTAIN & TENNILLE
8: SARA SMILE - DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES
7: WELCOME BACK - JOHN SEBASTIAN
6: SHANNON - HENRY GROSS
5: HAPPY DAYS - PRATT & McCLAIN
4: MISTY BLUE - DOROTHY MOORE
3: GET UP AND BOOGIE - THE SILVER CONVENTION
2: SILLY LOVE SONGS - WINGS
1: LOVE HANGOVER - DIANA ROSS


and they performed it live the following year. so?
 
2013-02-03 11:12:37 PM
One of the very best female vocalists of my lifetime.  She's still rocking, and her voice is still 95% there.

She could kick Ke$ha's ass with one vocal cord tied behind her back.
 
2013-02-03 11:15:27 PM
Ahh, the good old days before cocaine became, "too much coke".  It made for some great performances (for other good examples see early Ackroyd/Belushi-era SNL) but as stated above, the eighties' non-cocaine-fueled counterparts failed to measure up.
 
2013-02-03 11:15:48 PM
nothing like the over produced, choreographed dreck they call music today.
 
2013-02-03 11:16:20 PM
I've always disliked the sound of Ovation acoustic guitars, that did nothing to help. However the Travis Bean was fantastic.


IMO
 
2013-02-03 11:18:08 PM

Lorelle: cretinbob: King Biscuit Flower Hour

I used to listen to that on KLOS in L.A. eons ago.

/freakin' old


KOME, 98.5 FM. "Don't touch that dial, it's got KOME on it!"

Ah, when FM meant something.
 
2013-02-03 11:56:34 PM
In 1977 I remember stealing into my kick-ass older sister's room when she was away and listening to this very song via vinyl and headphones turned up way too loud.  7-year-old me fell in love with the Wilson sisters, and that most awesome voice coming out of Ann.  She was the first person I wanted to marry.  I figured if I married her she would sing at the top of her lungs at me 24/7.  Hey, I was 7--I didn't know what sex was at the time.

Fast forward to 2009 I was at Milwaukee's Summerfest with my best friend, who was in the beginning stages of a divorce and needed some venting.  We were 40, drunk out of our minds, resting in some shrubbery, and being soothed by Heart's anthems and Ann's pitch-perfect voice.

The Wilson's are the best rock chicks of all time, and anyone who disagrees is a filthy liar.
 
2013-02-04 12:46:20 AM

some_beer_drinker: and they performed it live the following year. so?


Context.
 
2013-02-04 01:21:40 AM
That intro is a monster and it's reason #1 that Nancy Wilson is every bit the equal of any of the "guitar gods" of 70's rock.
 
2013-02-04 04:10:38 AM
I hate watching this, because it ruins my little private illusion that Heart was nothing but two chicks, one on guitar and one on drums.  All the best guitar riffs were played by the guys.
 
2013-02-04 06:34:11 AM

Devolving_Spud: One of the very best female vocalists of my lifetime.  She's still rocking, and her voice is still 95% there.

She could kick Ke$ha's ass with one vocal cord tied behind her back.


Damn straight.
Saw them about 2 months ago and they still delivered.
 
2013-02-04 08:22:24 AM

delathi: Saw them about 2 months ago and they still delivered.


I've not seen them live, but that is exactly what I hear from people who have!   And the Wilson sisters sure as hell aren't doing it because they need a paycheck.

:oD
 
2013-02-04 10:43:55 AM
I love it
 
2013-02-04 01:39:24 PM

mikemoto: Heart was among an handful of bands (Supertramp and Rush also come to mind) that were MUCH better in the 1970's than the 1980's.


Yeah, you can trace their drop to the day they fired their tremendous rhythm section, drummer Michael DeRosier and bassist Steve Fossen. They lost their soul that day. All because the Wilson sisters couldn't remain professional in the presence of their ex-lovers. Oh, and Howard Leese can go suck a dick (and probably will).
 
2013-02-04 11:46:23 PM

unitednihilists: I've always disliked the sound of Ovation acoustic guitars, that did nothing to help. However the Travis Bean was fantastic.


IMO


Ovations vary from one to the other.  The missus has one that's right on.  Others, not so much.
 
2013-02-05 02:51:50 AM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: mikemoto: Heart was among an handful of bands (Supertramp and Rush also come to mind) that were MUCH better in the 1970's than the 1980's.

Yeah, you can trace their drop to the day they fired their tremendous rhythm section, drummer Michael DeRosier and bassist Steve Fossen. They lost their soul that day. All because the Wilson sisters couldn't remain professional in the presence of their ex-lovers. Oh, and Howard Leese can go suck a dick (and probably will).


I was amused with what they said about the HoF induction, something along the lines of:

Q : What about the early band members?
Ann : They absolutely deserve to be in the HoF as part of what made Heart what it is
Q : Going to play with them on stage?
Ann : Not a chance in hell.
 
2013-02-05 07:44:54 AM

delathi: I was amused with what they said about the HoF induction, something along the lines of:

Q : What about the early band members?
Ann : They absolutely deserve to be in the HoF as part of what made Heart what it is
Q : Going to play with them on stage?
Ann : Not a chance in hell.


Heh, that's harsh. They went through band member like guitar strings. On a side note, that's a pretty cool gallows you're building in your profile. :)

towatchoverme: Ovations vary from one to the other. The missus has one that's right on. Others, not so much.


My best friend's sister had an Adamas like the one in the video. For not having much wood in it, it had a nice tone. And loud? Yes, LOUD!
 
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