"1. Rolling Stones - Steel Wheels tour
2. Elvis Costello. Have seen him 3 times, but the last time was amazing. He opened for the Police and blew them away. Played the early stuff with just as much emotion as the day he wrote them.
3. Pete Yorn -…"
"Doors and Clapton I can see, but Zeppelin? Oh my. They never had a dud while John Bonham was alive. Jimmy Page could hook a sound like no other. His style was incomparable. Bonham and Jones created a true avalanche of sound. OK - Plant could be a…"
"I have to go with "Clampdown". The powerful opening explosions of "What are we gonna do now...." that slide right into the uber-hooky chord progression. The oppression of 'the man', the angst of 'anger can be…"
B-52s, Badfinger, Beat Farmers, Clash, Doves, Elbow, Elvis Costello, Fleetwood Mac, Harry Nillson, Ian Hunter, Jeff Beck, Johnny Cash, Kate Bush, Led Zeppelin, Los Lobos, Matt Pond PA, Mott the Hoople, Niel Young, Nick Lowe, Pete Yorn, Peter Gabriel, Pink Floyd, Pretenders, Replacements, Rolling Stones, Santana, Snow Patrol, Spoon, Talking Heads, Tears for Fears, Todd Rundgren, Yes, XTC
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