Discussion in 'The Off-topic Lounge' started by Bluesville, Mar 14, 2015.
Haha, the Gull is a stones throw from Burrard inlet on second street in North Van. I was living on fourth back then so it was a short walk down there for me and The Blue Shadows were sort of the house band for a while. A lot of the watering holes around there have sea related names like Sailor Hagar's etc. The one here in Horseshoe Bay is called The Troller (lol). That's the place that had the karaoke before it moved down the street by the ferry dock and became more of a sports bar with big glass windows (yuck).
By the way, Billy Cowsill became a drug addict in our drug addled fair port city here, was rescued by Jann Arden and went to live in Calgary with her and other local artists there bur died anyway, sadly. This place is drowning in fentanyl and other assorted garbage.
This one and the ones in the Grappling Forum.... I love these threads
Agreed, so many divisive things, music always come through. Nothing but love in this thread.
This is great.
What a fucking voice.
Bill Henderson's first band.
Denny Laine's Mod Moody Blues...
You have a black belt in knowing your shit.
Digging the cover of Springsteen's "I'm on Fire" by Whitey Morgan & the 78's. They released it a while back but I only just recently heard it.
A great tune and they give it an outlaw country twist.
party like Charlie Sheen this weekend.
but without all the STDs.
unless you're @Shit Plate. in which case, you've gotten nothing to lose.
The great Steve Marriott and Humble Pie
When Jimmy was still playing a Telecaster. I’m a sucker for old Tele’s
Fender actually has a Tele model for sale now based off of his Tele seen here (I’m sure it’s overpriced, but also very cool)
I've been on a soul kick this weekend. Must be all the domestic work, always puts me in a groove.
Jackie Wilson is under-appreciated...Ray Charles, Sam Cooke...but damn, Jackie. That power in the high pitch is tingly.
That’s great. I am also quite fond of this genre, and am known to go on soul kicks
So much awesome music.
I found this today. I love The Meters, and this is a great cover of one of their classics.
Tagging in @Megaterio Llamas @Yossarian and @Filthy
More Steve Gaad (the guy in the video above)