Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Serenity, Jul 28, 2018.
I am so loving this. Looking forward to his new album.
It took a couple minutes, but it gets infectious... This will be a good one for my daily morning cycling grind, with that relentless driving beat. "Keep them sissy legs churning that chain, Nancy!" (spoken by my inner voice, in the style of the late, great R Lee Ermey).
Who is that devastatingly beautiful drummer that shows up for the 2nd half of the video? My quick search yielded no answer.
Who is that devastatingly beautiful drummer that shows up for the 2nd half of the video? My quick search yielded no answer.[/QUOTE]
Cindy Blackman Santana-(maybe?)
Infectious, definitely! I've been playing this a lot over the last couple of days.
Cindy is great, but this girl is hotter than a match head and looks young enough to be her daughter. She's got me uncontrollably screaming and crying like a teenage girl in the front row of a Beatles concert... I'm starting to feel a bit light-headed.
I heard this song a week or so ago. I could have sworn that he has another song that is almost exactly the same. At least, the first half. But when I went looking for it, I couldn't find it. Something off of 5?
I couldn't have enjoyed that less.
I like it.
Seemed a little sparse like it was missing something...ahh,
That’s what was missing.
I’m hoping the balance of the songs continue with the groove and add some teeth.
Anything that’s a move towards his Mama Said album would be great.
Yes, bring back Craig Ross!
I agree. I don't think it's Cindy either. She looks a lot younger.
Cindy wasn’t with Lenny when he open for GnR, but Craig was!!
Good tune. I like it.
That's a sample of Michael Jackson's voice.
Pretty straight forward song. I like the guitar part a lot. Great funk tone. Good vocals. Overall, I like it.
Good grooving song. I thought the video could have been better.
Kravitz is the worst lyricist ever. In all of history.
I'm afraid it's even worse than that.
Primarily, he's a celebrity, not a musician.
Yeah, he can play, but rarely does.
Instead, he does this:
Prince, he ain't.
Saw him eating at a local pancake house near Woodstock NY about 10 years ago. I commented to my wife “that guy is trying awfully hard to look like Lenny Kravitz”. Found out later that he had a house about 10 minutes away. My wife still gives me trouble about it.
Lenny always looks like he could use a good scrubbing
Or, in his own words, a "rub-a-dub."
I too am curious about the mystery drummer, and what the point of having her on was?