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2018-02-06 04:51:54 PM  
Sure you didn't mean David D'ohie?
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2018-02-06 04:58:46 PM  
DOWIE ZOWIE
 
2018-02-06 05:11:31 PM  
Who can forget David Dowie and his seminal album Miggy Cardust and the Termites from Jupiter?
 
2018-02-06 05:13:11 PM  

Snapper Carr: Who can forget David Dowie and his seminal album Miggy Cardust and the Termites from Jupiter?


I swear by The Dan Who Sold the World, personally. Though Hunky Dowie is a close 2nd. Or Dow. Dow is really cool.
 
2018-02-06 05:13:58 PM  
Dean Deanie!
 
2018-02-06 06:23:38 PM  
I would still cut every one of you for the chance to disappoint Shirley Manson...
 
2018-02-06 06:28:10 PM  

Erma Gerdd: Sure you didn't mean David D'ohie?
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The Return of the Fat Yellow Duke
 
2018-02-06 06:31:00 PM  
Ground Control to Major Dom...
 
2018-02-06 06:31:14 PM  
Looks cool, but makes me want to just listen to Bowie.
 
2018-02-06 06:40:19 PM  
I love David Dowie's Modern Dove.
 
2018-02-06 06:42:10 PM  
"Let's Dance" by Umphrey's Mcgee featuring Huey Lewis and Jeff Coffin.

I am gonna have to pass on this
 
2018-02-06 06:42:46 PM  
Frampton is great, saw him during his 'Comes Alive' tour with Rick Derringer opening, good times along time ago....think was in Detroit or Buffalo, a lot of hash being passed around yet the bus still crossed the border, the good old days I guess.
 
2018-02-06 06:50:53 PM  

whidbey: Snapper Carr: Who can forget David Dowie and his seminal album Miggy Cardust and the Termites from Jupiter?

I swear by The Dan Who Sold the World, personally. Though Hunky Dowie is a close 2nd. Or Dow. Dow is really cool.


fark that, man. Dodger is his best!
 
2018-02-06 07:55:50 PM  
I am enjoying Greta Van Fleet. Can't wait to hate their turn to pop & EDM.
 
2018-02-06 08:00:37 PM  
Ba Ba Bowie.
 
2018-02-06 08:05:29 PM  

weirdneighbour: Frampton is great, saw him during his 'Comes Alive' tour with Rick Derringer opening, good times along time ago....think was in Detroit or Buffalo, a lot of hash being passed around yet the bus still crossed the border, the good old days I guess.


I saw Frampton with Bowie. Glass Spider Tour. Kind of a meh tour/album, but he got to sing on "Sons of the Silent Age," which was cool in itself

Would have loved to seen Derringer though. Shiat.
 
2018-02-06 08:32:35 PM  

whidbey: weirdneighbour: Frampton is great, saw him during his 'Comes Alive' tour with Rick Derringer opening, good times along time ago....think was in Detroit or Buffalo, a lot of hash being passed around yet the bus still crossed the border, the good old days I guess.

I saw Frampton with Bowie. Glass Spider Tour. Kind of a meh tour/album, but he got to sing on "Sons of the Silent Age," which was cool in itself

Would have loved to seen Derringer though. Shiat.


Peter Frampton played at our county fair a couple years ago.  The show sold less than 100 tickets.  That should make us all feel old
 
2018-02-06 08:49:37 PM  

Bruce Campbell vs Army of Farkness: whidbey: weirdneighbour: Frampton is great, saw him during his 'Comes Alive' tour with Rick Derringer opening, good times along time ago....think was in Detroit or Buffalo, a lot of hash being passed around yet the bus still crossed the border, the good old days I guess.

I saw Frampton with Bowie. Glass Spider Tour. Kind of a meh tour/album, but he got to sing on "Sons of the Silent Age," which was cool in itself

Would have loved to seen Derringer though. Shiat.

Peter Frampton played at our county fair a couple years ago.  The show sold less than 100 tickets.  That should make us all feel old


That is sad, how was he billed?...just  'peter frampton'..or  starring Frampton, or 'blah' 'blah'..starring frampton
 
2018-02-06 09:33:20 PM  
Our fair has a single act every night for three nights, and the performer is just listed by name.  That year we had Frampton, Kelly Clarkson, and Trace Adkins.  Adkins and Clarkson outsold Frampton by miles
 
2018-02-06 10:39:59 PM  

Bruce Campbell vs Army of Farkness: Our fair has a single act every night for three nights, and the performer is just listed by name.  That year we had Frampton, Kelly Clarkson, and Trace Adkins.  Adkins and Clarkson outsold Frampton by miles


Lets be honest. Millions of Frampton fans stopped being Frampton fans when he starred in the film version of Sgt. Peppers with the Bee Gees. Most never gave him or his music a second chance.
 
2018-02-06 11:05:21 PM  

weirdneighbour: Bruce Campbell vs Army of Farkness: whidbey: weirdneighbour: Frampton is great, saw him during his 'Comes Alive' tour with Rick Derringer opening, good times along time ago....think was in Detroit or Buffalo, a lot of hash being passed around yet the bus still crossed the border, the good old days I guess.

I saw Frampton with Bowie. Glass Spider Tour. Kind of a meh tour/album, but he got to sing on "Sons of the Silent Age," which was cool in itself

Would have loved to seen Derringer though. Shiat.

Peter Frampton played at our county fair a couple years ago.  The show sold less than 100 tickets.  That should make us all feel old

That is sad, how was he billed?...just  'peter frampton'..or  starring Frampton, or 'blah' 'blah'..starring frampton


He was the other guitar player alongside Carlos Alomar, so at least he got to play a bunch of cool stuff.
 
2018-02-07 12:24:10 AM  
Misread that as Greta Van Susteren for a moment...
 
2018-02-07 02:23:41 AM  
I'm all-in on the Gogol Bordello "Rock-n-Roll Suicide" cover. Daryl Hall's "Fame" cover is disappointing, though. He'd have been better off doing "Fascination" or "TVC 15"
 
2018-02-07 04:48:58 AM  
I love Greta Van Zeppelin.

Actually, no, I don't. When I heard them, I thought Kingdom Condom had released a B Side compilation, and for some reason, Sirius thought it airworthy. That band is as original as a knock knock joke.

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Greta Van Zeppelin.
Greta Van Who?
No, Greta Van Zeppelin, but if you want, we can copy The Who's sound on our next album.
 
2018-02-07 05:45:17 AM  

H31N0US: I love Greta Van Zeppelin.

Actually, no, I don't. When I heard them, I thought Kingdom Condom had released a B Side compilation, and for some reason, Sirius thought it airworthy. That band is as original as a knock knock joke.

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Greta Van Zeppelin.
Greta Van Who?
No, Greta Van Zeppelin, but if you want, we can copy The Who's sound on our next album.


I thought it was a female lead when I heard them on Jonesy's Jukebox and thought they were pretty good, but after a few plays they got a bit too Zep for me.

They are talented and the singer has a voice, so I guess it's better than copying a shiat band.
 
2018-02-07 05:46:58 AM  
That said I'd bet the music on this tribute is fantastic. Not sure why, but the live show performances he has are usually unique in a good way.
 
2018-02-07 08:55:27 AM  

weirdneighbour: Bruce Campbell vs Army of Farkness: whidbey: weirdneighbour: Frampton is great, saw him during his 'Comes Alive' tour with Rick Derringer opening, good times along time ago....think was in Detroit or Buffalo, a lot of hash being passed around yet the bus still crossed the border, the good old days I guess.

I saw Frampton with Bowie. Glass Spider Tour. Kind of a meh tour/album, but he got to sing on "Sons of the Silent Age," which was cool in itself

Would have loved to seen Derringer though. Shiat.

Peter Frampton played at our county fair a couple years ago.  The show sold less than 100 tickets.  That should make us all feel old

That is sad, how was he billed?...just  'peter frampton'..or  starring Frampton, or 'blah' 'blah'..starring frampton


"Puppet show! Also, Peter Frampton."
 
2018-02-07 10:29:05 AM  
I listen to Stern every day, been hearing bits of this tribute.
Corey Taylor's Fashion cover is awesome, so is Corgan's version of Space Oddity (and I'm not a Billy Corgan fan)
The one I'm most excited for? The Struts' Suffragette City. He played about a minute of it, and it farking great.
I'll be tuned in Friday night
 
2018-02-07 02:50:59 PM  

H31N0US: I love Greta Van Zeppelin.

Actually, no, I don't. When I heard them, I thought Kingdom Condom had released a B Side compilation, and for some reason, Sirius thought it airworthy. That band is as original as a knock knock joke.

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Greta Van Zeppelin.
Greta Van Who?
No, Greta Van Zeppelin, but if you want, we can copy The Who's sound on our next album.


Well it's not like Zep is coming out with new material any time soon.  I like them.
 
2018-02-07 04:37:09 PM  
That Life on Mars track by Aurora from one of his 2016 shows came on while I was headed home last night and, man, that shiat is weird sounding.  I haven't had a "parked in the driveway with the radio still on" moment in a while, but I couldn't turn it off.
 
2018-02-07 05:28:16 PM  
 
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