it's great reading about the experiences ppl have had at different shows.some memorable ones i've seen
george thoroughgood.gave me an appreciation for sax i didn't have before,really goes through you live the sax.
guns & roses.outdoor at the local racetrack.was in the hills and there were bonfires everywhere,folks getting thrown up and down on blankets,everyone
sharing what they had smuggled through security,really cool atmosphere.
iron maiden.was fairly gonzo'd at this one,eddie spun me out i couldn't figure out how they made him work.a 12 foot guy with really lifelike
movement on stage.killer concert.
elton john.one of the first concerts i went to,and still the best.we had seats in the nosebleed section but the venue was new and they hadn't worked
out the security.during the first song ppl started to move forward,a trickle became a flood and we ended up front row centre standing on the
chairs.dunno where the ppl who bought those seats ended up,heh.
ac/dc.they finished with for those about to rock and had the 2 cannons either side of the stage blasting the pyro.if i was going to war i'd want to
be listening to ac/dc
pink floyd.beds flying across the roof crashing into the stage,giant floating pigs,awesome multimedia everywhere,all time great music.once in a
zz top.worst concert i've seen.they didn't want to be there it seemed.low volume,they appeared glued to the floor..not even a guitar spin? bah
stevie wright.saw him many times at the local pub.the extent of his "performances" were mumbling through a couple of songs then staggering into the
drumkit.at the time i didn't appreciate what a legend he was..really sad.
the angels.seen them dozens of times,never a bad show.doc is a monster.
matthew sweet.doesn't like to perform live,it showed but the music was still great.
other good shows i've seen
a few i'd like to see are dinosaur jr,flaming lips and zeppelin