Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by fenderball, Mar 16, 2019.
Part animal part machine...
The Dietmar song...
If these were young women, I would like to be the guy with the black t shirt.
But this way ... no.
What a right hand he had. Cheers to you too, Malcom. RIP
I saw that tour. Great show.
Especially from that angle.
Looking out at the crowd would give me an instant panic attack.
When you can come to a gig and bring your toys with you
What a time it was to be in a band
One of them has to be Mookie, right?
1977? THe Blow by Blow tour. There were a couple of dudes in the audience who also went to get/borrow ideas for their next venture, Page & Plant. They must of crapped their pants watching Hammer and Beck go at it.
"Jeff Beck performs at the Honolulu International Center Arena in 1975. The Honolulu International Center (HIC) has now been re-named the Neil S. Blaisdell Arena." photo by P.F. Bentley
I saw Mahavishnu / Jeff Beck in Chicago 1975 on the Apocalypse/Blow by Blow tour. Hammer was not present, Max Middleton was the keyboard player back then. The next year I caught The Jeff Beck with the Jan Hammer Group tour in at Comiskey Park.
Astrid spoke of how vulnerable John was during this time.
And how protective George was of him.
Canadian Version JCM....Good Taste!!
For me this was the most moving moment in Scorsese's "Living in the Material World" film.