Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by *Zod*, Apr 24, 2012.
probably The Doors at the London Fog, the first "Oedipal rant" in The End night.
The Beatles at Litherland Town Hall in December 1960.
Day Yesterday & Today was released, to get all the Butcher covers and leave them to my children's children...
The Dakota early on the evening of 12/8/80 so that I can kick some pudgy guy's a$$ and take his gun (as well as his signed copy of Double Fantasy)
I assume you're talking live shows specifically, right? If that's the case I would probably choose one of the shows from Springsteen's 1978 tour.
monterey pop festival 1967
no changing history!!!!! We don't want thunder lizards running the future
it could be something like being in the studio when so and so was recorded, etc.
Exploding Plastic Inevitable at The Electric Circus, NYC 1966.
In that case, I'll take Dylan at the Free Trade Hall in '66.
I was taking a cue from you since you mentioned a specific Doors' show.
debut of the Ring at Bayreuth in 1876 would be cool too.....hmmmmmm
June 9th, 1974, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedways
Lynyrd Skynyrd opened for ZZ Top Tickets were $4.00 each.
Free Bird threw the crowd into such a frenzy, that they stayed worked up all through the load-out, Top's load-in, and during the first two songs of Top's set, the chant was deafening " WE WANT SKYNYRD ! WE WANT SKYNYRD ! "
I'll never forget it obviously, and I'd love to be able to go back and take my 29 year-old son with me !
Première of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, 1913.
Grateful Dead at Cornell University, May 8, 1977.
I got your back on that one.
Hell, I'd even take one for the team -- maybe John would come visit me while I'm convalescing, I would explain to him where I came from (with proof of course), that life is short and please can he get the band back together and make the magic happen again.
Oh, and since I'd likely see George at some point too, I'd plead with him to stop smoking.
Yeah, this is something I've already got worked out in my head - been planning it since 1981.
"Don't give me any of that Star Trek crap. It's too early in the morning" - Lister
Go back to the day before music died and officially ground the aircraft from flying, thus forcing Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, The Big Bopper and Waylon to all take the bus.
All apologies to Don McLean; you'll have to rewrite American Pie.
The Who - King's Hall, at the Bellevue in Manchester 11/1/73.
we have had this thread before.
Nearly everyone in the crowd went on to become famous either in a band or in the industry.
Now if we're talking studio sessions, then I would without hesitation want to be in Sun Recording Studio on July 5-6, 1954.
no changing history - this is a trip powered by selfishness!
*sigh* c'mon man we all know that show never happened.
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