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Ja ovo nadje u nekom forumu, pa sad...

2. "Farewell to Cheyenne" je iz "Sedam TV dana" iz ranijeg perioda. 100% siguran3. Tu spicu za istu emisiju je nasledio Pink Floyd - The Wall Pt.1 (nisam bas 100% siguran)
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Definitivno 7 TV dana!

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Definitivno 7 TV dana!
to!zauvek zahvalna,m

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Parsons

eee, jos spicu iz 7 tv dana kad bi nasli... ;)

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@ Cma časna rečzamisli trenutak, bestfrend, klaćenje nogama sa zidića i spontani zvižduk, u pokušaju da rekonstruišemo melodijuolakšao si mi krizu srednjih godina cool.gif

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Them Crooked Vultures: First Audio Sample Posted OnlineThem Crooked Vultures is the new supergroup consisting of Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, Queens Of The Stone Age singer/guitarist Josh Homme and Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones. The band made its live debut late Sunday night (August 9) at the Metro club in Chicago, shortly after Lollapalooza closed its third and final day at nearby Grant Park. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the trio performed a 75-minute, 12-song set for 1,100 people, with Homme singing lead, Grohl on drums and backing vocals, and Jones shifting between bass, keyboards and even keytar. Queens multi-instrumentalist Alain Johannes provided extra support on guitar. Other songtitles included opener "Elephants", "Scumbag Blues", "Mind Eraser (No Chaser)", "Caligulove" and "Interlude w/Ludes". Chicago Tribune music critic Greg Kot wrote: "The group made it very clear that it's not only for real, but also has the chance to be the exception to the super-group rule. Most of these Frankenstein projects usually end up being less than the sum of their parts, but Crooked Vultures sounded like it was on to something fresh, invigorating and just plain nasty."
Vidi ovaj celavi gore na slici sto svira drugu gitaru je Alain Johannes. Cool cool.gif Edited by Sludge Factory

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32087499223340461831840.jpgAmong the many highlights on "Black Gives Way To Blue", the highly anticipated new album from ALICE IN CHAINS, is a special guest performance by Elton John. The two rock legends collaborated on the album's stunning title track, "Black Gives Way To Blue", a heart-stirring tribute to ALICE IN CHAINS' late lead singer Layne Staley. The album arrives in stores September 29. "We were thinking about adding piano to the track and a friend suggested we call Elton," recalls guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell. "I remember laughing and saying, 'Yeah, I'll get right on that.' But I decided it was worth trying and wrote Elton an email explaining what that song means to us — that it's a real, raw openhearted song for Layne. We sent him the track and got a call shortly after saying he thought it was beautiful and that he wanted to play on it. We were blown away. Elton John is a huge influence on me as a songwriter and having him on that song is an amazing honor for us." "I've long been an admirer of Jerry Cantrell and when he asked me to play on 'Black Gives Way To Blue', I was very flattered and couldn't resist," says John. "It was a great recording session with ALICE IN CHAINS for a beautiful song." About the collaboration, Cantrell says, "Elton was finishing his Red Piano run in Vegas, so we flew there and hung out for a few hours. Walking into a studio and seeing the sheet music for that song on Elton's piano made it meaningful on so many different levels. The whole experience was pretty magical." http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermo...wsitemID=125067***Cantrell, who wrote the tune, had already made a demo of the song when someone heard it and suggested John as the perfect person to play the piano part. Although the band knew people connected to the 62-year-old singer, they thought it was a long shot that he would even consider it. "I didn't think that would happen. He's a pretty busy guy doing his own thing," Cantrell said. But they sent the song to him, and as fate would have it, both acts were slated to record at a studio complex at the same time. It wasn't until Alice in Chains left the studio for a break that they got word that John wanted to meet with them. "We got a call from our studio manager saying that Elton wanted to talk to us," said Cantrell, laughing. "We jumped in the car, left our lunches on the table, and cruised back to the studio and walked into the studio where he was recording." After John confirmed he would play on the song, the band flew to Las Vegas, where John was performing, to finish the recording. "One of the most nerve-racking moments I had was actually making a suggestion to him. What do you say to Elton John?" he joked. "But he was really open to the process. ... He fit into the song, and he really brought something that was really necessary and took the song to another level." http://www.billboard.com/#/news/alice-in-c...004002061.story
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Jack White: 'Fly Farm Blues' From 'It Might Get Loud' ArrivesJack White’s "Fly Farm Blues," his contribution to the upcoming guitar god documentary It Might Get Loud, was released as a download at both iTunes and White’s Third Man Records music store today. As the story goes, White wrote and recorded the song in all of 10 minutes, with the It Might Get Loud film crew witnessing the song’s entire genesis and completion. While the film won’t hit New York and Los Angeles theaters until tomorrow, you can listen to the track at this location.

As Rolling Stone reported from the Los Angeles Film Festival in June, where the documentary debuted, It Might Get Loud features White, U2’s The Edge and Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page discussing the art of being a guitar slinger, culminating in a jam session together that will undoubtedly think you’ve died and gone to "rock heaven," as Peter Travers wrote in his glowing three-and-a-half star review of the film. One scene finds each member of the trio playing wild bottleneck slide guitar on Zeppelin’s "In My Time Of Dying." "It doesn’t matter if it’s a guitar or a sitar or a keyboard or a synthesizer. We’re getting into something better than that, deeper than that," White told Rolling Stone at the film’s premiere. "I need to feel it. I’ve gone through things where I go onstage and the sound guy at sound check comes over and he’ll hold the decibel meter and show it to me while we’re playing — and it’s 127 decibels." Thanks for the report to RollingStone.com.

Jimmy Page Unveils New Songs In 'Loud' Doc

When he gathered with U2's The Edge and Jack White to play together for the new film "It Might Get Loud," Jimmy Page wanted to have more than just his old favorites to jam on. So he produced "a couple of sort of sketches," titled "Embryo No. 1" and "Embryo No.2" that the Led Zeppelin founder says represent the first step for some new music in the not-too-distant future. "They just go to show I didn't go in there thinking, 'Let's see what we can get away with from the past?'" Page tells Billboard.com. "It was quite important, I felt, to actually have something that shows I'm still working on the guitar relative to just doing 'Whole Lotta Love' or something like that. It was more 'Let's show a complete picture,' so you've got that kid (a young Page on British TV) playing at 14 and you've got me playing on some things which are really pretty current for me." Page says the two pieces remain in a, well, embryonic state, but he acknowledges that he's "played them with other musicians relatively recently, in the last year or so" and that he envisions getting into the studio soon to continue working on those and other new songs. "This year I've had quite a lot of things going on," Page explains, "sort of things relative to preparing for projects. There's a lot of groundwork that's been going into that so that I can be getting on with things next year. I really intend to be doing some playing and...be seen, if you like. If you've got ambitious projects, they take time to put together if you're going to do them properly." Meanwhile, Page is looking forward to the roll-out of "It Might Get Loud," which was on the film festival circuit earlier this year and opens on Friday in New York and Los Angeles. The movie, directed by Davis Guggenheim ("An INconvenient Truth," "NYPD Blue," "ER," "Deadwood"), focuses on the three guitarists individually and also brings them together for a summit of discussion and playing that Page says "was quite a good time" - and, not surprisingly, included more music than could be fit into the documentary. "It's inevitable there'll be a DVD on the horizon," Page says. "There'll be some extra stuff from the summit, that's obvious. I know there's another number I did. There was a lot that was played at the summit, that Edge did, I'm sure, and Jack. I'm sure there'll be a DVD, and I can tell you with a certain confidence there'll be extras because that's the way things work these days." Thanks for the report to Billboard.com.

***Album cover:AIC_FINAL_COVERsmall.jpgI prvi singl:^_^***Jbt, danas otvorim Vreme, ono tekst povodom 40 godina od Vudstoka, otvorim NIN, ono tekst povodom 40 godina od Vudstoka (by Peca Popovic), otvorim Politikin zabavnik, ono tekst povodom 40 godina od Vudstoka. Sta je ovo jebote? Ko da je 40 godina od Vudstoka! :P

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Jbmti, otvorim forum posle dva dana i dobijem nešto u fazonu, jedna loša i jedna dobra vest.Ovde umrli Oasis, a ovde već dobijem hajlajt koncertne sezone 2010.Svašta.

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