What we hearing? - Mudspike plays


#1227

He’s pretty good in his side projects so probably worth checking out!


#1228

I loved the Fort Minor album and some other collab stuff (remember the track he did with X-ecutioners?), and I saw as well that he was in town - I would’ve been down there if I could’ve made it work.


#1229

Found this little gem by chance. Its an amazing cover sung by two young adults.
The song is a cover of Megadeth’s “A Tout Le Monde” Sung by Dave Mustaines Daughter and another lad, both with amazing vocals.

Starts at 1.25

The original


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#1231

Recently discovered The Dead South


#1232

Geddy Lee explained the genesis of the song in an interview:

The seeds for the song were planted nearly 60 years ago in April 1945 when British and Canadian soldiers liberated the Nazi concentration camp Bergen-Belsen. Lee’s mother, Manya (now Mary) Rubenstein, was among the survivors. (His father, Morris Weinrib, was liberated from the Dachau concentration camp a few weeks later.) The whole album “Grace Under Pressure,” says Lee, who was born Gary Lee Weinrib, “is about being on the brink and having the courage and strength to survive.”

Though “Red Sector A,” like much of the album from which it comes, is set in a bleak, apocalyptic future, what Lee calls “the psychology” of the song comes directly from a story his mother told him about the day she was liberated.

I once asked my mother her first thoughts upon being liberated," Lee says during a phone conversation. “She didn’t believe [liberation] was possible. She didn’t believe that if there was a society outside the camp how they could allow this to exist, so she believed society was done in.”[1]

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Sector_A#Background

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#1234

I’m guessing there’s a story here…


#1235

or a difficult work week


#1236

It involves a bird that sprang back to life unexpectedly. Scary stuff! :bird:


#1237

ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin

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#1238

**ZZ Top - TV Dinners

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#1239

Yeah I have a soft spot for slavic pathos. Spot the ones in there not Russian. (hint: they’re Finns)


#1240

and this, just because it moved me:


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#1242

John Lee Hooker - "Boom boom boom"

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#1243

I love most of Hooker pieces.

Oh my, what did I write…


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#1245

Look at that guys’ equalizer! what is he, some kind of psycho?! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#1246

The Sweet - "The Ballroom Blitz"

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