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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:06 am
by Triple S
S2M wrote:Memo: This a melodic rock board....not a disposable music site.... :twisted: :lol: :wink:


Reply to memo: BITE ME! :lol: :wink:

PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 1:09 pm
by rockinfayrose

PostPosted: Tue Sep 14, 2010 2:06 am
by S2M
Love Mistake - Nancy Wilson(Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeQpxgCxuTc

PostPosted: Tue Sep 14, 2010 2:16 am
by Moon Beam
I'm listening to Not Enough Love In The World by Don Henley right now
but can't find a link on YouTube....sorry, I tried.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:19 pm
by Deb
Triple S wrote:
Peartree12249 wrote:
I haven't heard of Michael Grimm before. I never watch AGT, but I liked what I heard so far. Thanks for the tip 3S. 8)


You're welcome :wink: . Actually, although his AGT performances have been good, I don't think he's quite comfortable in front of a huge TV audience just yet. His performances at this venue (where he did Unchained Melody) - he's a different person. Love this one too (Chain of Fools), he really exudes the soul on this one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY4AsLEg ... re=related

I'm officially obsessed :wink:


Good gawd he's got a fine voice! Incredibly soulful. Performed one of my all-time favorite songs for his final performance tonight.........When A Man Loves A Woman. Major goosebumps!

PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:27 pm
by S2M
Deb wrote:
Triple S wrote:
Peartree12249 wrote:
I haven't heard of Michael Grimm before. I never watch AGT, but I liked what I heard so far. Thanks for the tip 3S. 8)


You're welcome :wink: . Actually, although his AGT performances have been good, I don't think he's quite comfortable in front of a huge TV audience just yet. His performances at this venue (where he did Unchained Melody) - he's a different person. Love this one too (Chain of Fools), he really exudes the soul on this one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY4AsLEg ... re=related

I'm officially obsessed :wink:


Good gawd he's got a fine voice! Incredibly soulful. Performed one of my all-time favorite songs for his final performance tonight.........When A Man Loves A Woman. Major goosebumps!


Oh! was that Michael Grimm? I thought it was Michael BOLTON! :lol:

PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 1:00 pm
by Deb
S2M wrote:
Deb wrote:
Triple S wrote:
Peartree12249 wrote:
I haven't heard of Michael Grimm before. I never watch AGT, but I liked what I heard so far. Thanks for the tip 3S. 8)


You're welcome :wink: . Actually, although his AGT performances have been good, I don't think he's quite comfortable in front of a huge TV audience just yet. His performances at this venue (where he did Unchained Melody) - he's a different person. Love this one too (Chain of Fools), he really exudes the soul on this one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY4AsLEg ... re=related

I'm officially obsessed :wink:


Good gawd he's got a fine voice! Incredibly soulful. Performed one of my all-time favorite songs for his final performance tonight.........When A Man Loves A Woman. Major goosebumps!


Oh! was that Michael Grimm? I thought it was Michael BOLTON! :lol:


:lol: MG's voice isn't as gruff. Funnily enough, ya know I love me some smokey soulful vocals, but never been much of a fan of Bolton's though, I think it's something in his delivery, just doesn't ring true or comes across kinda phoney or something like he's not actually feelin the song like his delivery is more for show. :lol: But this kids got a helluva voice. Was just watching this clip, and yeah I can just imagine what a studio could do with his voice too. Sings with feeling, dig his delivery. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tef_mr8hkOM

PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 1:08 pm
by Triple S
Deb wrote:
Good gawd he's got a fine voice! Incredibly soulful. Performed one of my all-time favorite songs for his final performance tonight.........When A Man Loves A Woman. Major goosebumps!


No way - that was actually my guess, even though I haven't seen any YT's of him doing that song! (Hasn't aired here yet, so I haven't seen it). Really looking forward to it now.

I'm betting America will pick the little girl for the win though (and she is amazing also).

PostPosted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 2:00 pm
by Deb
Triple S wrote:
Deb wrote:
Good gawd he's got a fine voice! Incredibly soulful. Performed one of my all-time favorite songs for his final performance tonight.........When A Man Loves A Woman. Major goosebumps!


No way - that was actually my guess, even though I haven't seen any YT's of him doing that song! (Hasn't aired here yet, so I haven't seen it). Really looking forward to it now.

I'm betting America will pick the little girl for the win though (and she is amazing also).


Totally dig his voice and delivery. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA3wbaNfkNs

Yes she was amazing, but Ozzy is $100 richer now! :lol: :D

PostPosted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 3:12 pm
by Triple S
Deb wrote:
Triple S wrote:
Deb wrote:
Good gawd he's got a fine voice! Incredibly soulful. Performed one of my all-time favorite songs for his final performance tonight.........When A Man Loves A Woman. Major goosebumps!


No way - that was actually my guess, even though I haven't seen any YT's of him doing that song! (Hasn't aired here yet, so I haven't seen it). Really looking forward to it now.

I'm betting America will pick the little girl for the win though (and she is amazing also).


Totally dig his voice and delivery. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA3wbaNfkNs

Yes she was amazing, but Ozzy is $100 richer now! :lol: :D


Yup - show just finished here - very happy with the result!

PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 12:36 am
by S2M
Jackie got jobbed. That girl has more talent than that Bolotin doppelganger. That's why these shows are rigged. I GUARANTEE thid dude will put out no more than ONE album....then goes the way of the dodo.


BTW, his fucking sob story about not wanting to lose his grandparent's house helped( while touching, has nothing to do with his talent), I'm sure....just like Fantasia prancing around stage, playing up the single-mother role with her daughter, helped her win Idol....young girls voted for a good looking guy. Just liked african americans voted for a black man for president. It is a TALENT show. Not a Beauty Pageant.

PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:45 am
by Triple S
S2M wrote:Jackie got jobbed. That girl has more talent than that Bolotin doppelganger. That's why these shows are rigged. I GUARANTEE thid dude will put out no more than ONE album....then goes the way of the dodo.


BTW, his fucking sob story about not wanting to lose his grandparent's house helped( while touching, has nothing to do with his talent), I'm sure....just like Fantasia prancing around stage, playing up the single-mother role with her daughter, helped her win Idol....young girls voted for a good looking guy. Just liked african americans voted for a black man for president. It is a TALENT show. Not a Beauty Pageant.


Speaking of dodos . . . do some research before you start flapping your gums. First of all, he already has 4 albums out (and who the hell is Bolotin?) Second, if you know how that show operates - the producers play up EVERYONE's stories. They leave out important details, make it seem like they're all just a bunch of hard luck cases who no-one has ever seen before. I'm sure it's not the contestants' choice to go on and on about their lives like that. A lot of the acts have already played Vegas and other gigs - one example - that black woman with the big booming voice - NOT just a 'subway' singer. And you're right, it's not a beauty pageant - otherwise Jackie would have won :wink:

PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:49 am
by S2M
Triple S wrote:
S2M wrote:Jackie got jobbed. That girl has more talent than that Bolotin doppelganger. That's why these shows are rigged. I GUARANTEE thid dude will put out no more than ONE album....then goes the way of the dodo.


BTW, his fucking sob story about not wanting to lose his grandparent's house helped( while touching, has nothing to do with his talent), I'm sure....just like Fantasia prancing around stage, playing up the single-mother role with her daughter, helped her win Idol....young girls voted for a good looking guy. Just liked african americans voted for a black man for president. It is a TALENT show. Not a Beauty Pageant.


Speaking of dodos . . . do some research before you start flapping your gums. First of all, he already has 4 albums out (and who the hell is Bolotin?) Second, if you know how that show operates - the producers play up EVERYONE's stories. They leave out important details, make it seem like they're all just a bunch of hard luck cases who no-one has ever seen before. I'm sure it's not the contestants' choice to go on and on about their lives like that. A lot of the acts have already played Vegas and other gigs - one example - that black woman with the big booming voice - NOT just a 'subway' singer. And you're right, it's not a beauty pageant - otherwise Jackie would have won :wink:



Thanks for making my argument for me! Aprreciate it! FOUR albums out, and I never heard of him.....NEXT! :lol:

Lastly, you must be one of those people who clung to his looks...because a 10 year old with a voice like that is ONE in a BILLION...whereas a 30 year old with a mediocre voice like that is a dime a dozen....lemming! :lol:

PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:55 am
by Triple S
S2M wrote:
Triple S wrote:
S2M wrote:Jackie got jobbed. That girl has more talent than that Bolotin doppelganger. That's why these shows are rigged. I GUARANTEE thid dude will put out no more than ONE album....then goes the way of the dodo.


BTW, his fucking sob story about not wanting to lose his grandparent's house helped( while touching, has nothing to do with his talent), I'm sure....just like Fantasia prancing around stage, playing up the single-mother role with her daughter, helped her win Idol....young girls voted for a good looking guy. Just liked african americans voted for a black man for president. It is a TALENT show. Not a Beauty Pageant.


Speaking of dodos . . . do some research before you start flapping your gums. First of all, he already has 4 albums out (and who the hell is Bolotin?) Second, if you know how that show operates - the producers play up EVERYONE's stories. They leave out important details, make it seem like they're all just a bunch of hard luck cases who no-one has ever seen before. I'm sure it's not the contestants' choice to go on and on about their lives like that. A lot of the acts have already played Vegas and other gigs - one example - that black woman with the big booming voice - NOT just a 'subway' singer. And you're right, it's not a beauty pageant - otherwise Jackie would have won :wink:



Thanks for making my argument for me! Aprreciate it! FOUR albums out, and I never heard of him.....NEXT! :lol:

Lastly, you must be one of those people who clung to his looks...because a 10 year old with a voice like that is ONE in a BILLION...whereas a 30 year old with a mediocre voice like that is a dime a dozen....lemming! :lol:


. . . and I haven't heard of 80% of the bands you always list as your favorites. I hope Adam Lambert and Michael Grimm come to haunt you in your dreams :wink:

PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 2:07 am
by S2M
Triple S wrote:. . . and I haven't heard of 80% of the bands you always list as your favorites. I hope Adam Lambert and Michael Grimm come to haunt you in your dreams :wink:


Which is sad because you are on a Melodic rock site!! Isn't there a site for mediocre disposable pop-rock acts out there? :twisted: :lol:

PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 2:13 am
by Triple S
S2M wrote:
Triple S wrote:. . . and I haven't heard of 80% of the bands you always list as your favorites. I hope Adam Lambert and Michael Grimm come to haunt you in your dreams :wink:


Which is sad because you are on a Melodic rock site!! Isn't there a site for mediocre disposable pop-rock acts out there? :twisted: :lol:


Probably - just like I'm sure there's a site for Hot Girl threads out there too. Now go away, you . . . INTJ, you! (unfortunately I have that in common with you :wink: )

PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:45 pm
by S2M
Cry to Me - Darby Mills & The Unsung Heroes

I wanted to post 'Never Look Back'...couldn't find it. Damn. That song smokes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foiuoYBK8WI

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:56 pm
by S2M
and here's Darby when she fronted The Headpins

Be With You

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKa8rrATHgA&feature=related

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:41 am
by Deb
S2M wrote:and here's Darby when she fronted The Headpins

Be With You

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKa8rrATHgA&feature=related

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She still fronts The Headpins. They just played here a few months ago.

Another Canadian gal with a killer rock voice.......she got into some mellow Jazz for awhile, but she's back to rockin' again. Lee Aaron ~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6j4Is3lVVI

PostPosted: Tue Sep 21, 2010 1:53 pm
by rockinfayrose
Listening to the soundtrack of American Idiot: The Broadway Musical...

21 Guns
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9qWKqAhTyg

Boulevard of Broken Dreams
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkSgjmsMQ6s

PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:30 am
by Deb
JSS ~ Sombody To Love

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVNSLvmeKtc

Michie, you'll love this one, 100% Jeff's vocals, layered harmonies. 8)

PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 11:37 am
by Peartree12249
Joe Bonnamassa from his "Black Rock" album

Quarryman's Lament

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLJAIZgVuDo

Bird On A Wire

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Z20hsoQ ... re=related

PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 11:51 pm
by Michigan Girl
Deb wrote:JSS ~ Sombody To Love

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVNSLvmeKtc

Michie, you'll love this one, 100% Jeff's vocals, layered harmonies. 8)

:shock:

Incredible ...that dug deep! Chills!!
Thanks, friend!!
I do love it ...way too short, though!! :wink:

Sam did this?!? :?

PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 12:42 am
by Deb
Michigan Girl wrote:
Deb wrote:JSS ~ Sombody To Love

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVNSLvmeKtc

Michie, you'll love this one, 100% Jeff's vocals, layered harmonies. 8)

:shock:

Incredible ...that dug deep! Chills!!
Thanks, friend!!
I do love it ...way too short, though!! :wink:

Sam did this?!? :?


Anytime! Knew you'd love the motown/soul feel of it. :) Not sure if it is a Sam Cooke cover, I don't recall? This is an extra on the end of the Eyes album, good stuff! Nobody Said It Was Easy is on that album too, another fave!

PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 2:31 am
by kgdjpubs
Deb wrote:
Michigan Girl wrote:
Deb wrote:JSS ~ Sombody To Love

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVNSLvmeKtc

Michie, you'll love this one, 100% Jeff's vocals, layered harmonies. 8)

:shock:

Incredible ...that dug deep! Chills!!
Thanks, friend!!
I do love it ...way too short, though!! :wink:

Sam did this?!? :?


Anytime! Knew you'd love the motown/soul feel of it. :) Not sure if it is a Sam Cooke cover, I don't recall? This is an extra on the end of the Eyes album, good stuff!



not sure about being a Sam Cooke. If you look at the comments on youtube, you get this...

It's not a Sam Cooke cover, it's a JSS original he dedicated to Cooke...it was a 'ghost' track on the Eyes debut album as in, it wasnt listed on the song sequence, just appeared as a final track with no info about it on the album due to publishing reasons on how many songs a band was allowed to release and get paid on a single LP. This info was from an old JSS interview...

My general thoughts are that it was written to SOUND like a Sam Cooke song....or maybe Sam Cooke backed by Queen ;) It does sound very good either way.



Deb wrote:Nobody Said It Was Easy is on that album too, another fave!


have you heard this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCRDFo_Qp6I

earlier demo of said song with James Christian (later of House of Lords fame and a good vocalist also) singing--this being before JSS joined the band.

James Christian in House of Lords from about the time the Eyes cd was released
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4xkXBD2wC8

more recent...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajc8cmrLC7Y

PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 7:41 am
by Deb
kgdjpubs wrote:
Deb wrote:
Michigan Girl wrote:
Deb wrote:JSS ~ Sombody To Love

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVNSLvmeKtc

Michie, you'll love this one, 100% Jeff's vocals, layered harmonies. 8)

:shock:

Incredible ...that dug deep! Chills!!
Thanks, friend!!
I do love it ...way too short, though!! :wink:

Sam did this?!? :?


Anytime! Knew you'd love the motown/soul feel of it. :) Not sure if it is a Sam Cooke cover, I don't recall? This is an extra on the end of the Eyes album, good stuff!



not sure about being a Sam Cooke. If you look at the comments on youtube, you get this...

It's not a Sam Cooke cover, it's a JSS original he dedicated to Cooke...it was a 'ghost' track on the Eyes debut album as in, it wasnt listed on the song sequence, just appeared as a final track with no info about it on the album due to publishing reasons on how many songs a band was allowed to release and get paid on a single LP. This info was from an old JSS interview...

My general thoughts are that it was written to SOUND like a Sam Cooke song....or maybe Sam Cooke backed by Queen ;) It does sound very good either way.



Deb wrote:Nobody Said It Was Easy is on that album too, another fave!


have you heard this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCRDFo_Qp6I

earlier demo of said song with James Christian (later of House of Lords fame and a good vocalist also) singing--this being before JSS joined the band.

James Christian in House of Lords from about the time the Eyes cd was released
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4xkXBD2wC8

more recent...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajc8cmrLC7Y


Can't really listen at work, I'll try to have a listen tonight. :)

PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 1:43 pm
by rockinfayrose

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by Blueskies

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by Blueskies

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by Blueskies