I'm hoping they add some more fall dates. Just seems kind of odd to me, to go from CA to CO, then back east to 1 show in PA.
Billy owes me anyways. That's right punk. You owe me. Stood me up. I didn't mind not getting back the money I had spent for the 2 tickets for a show,
in an intimate setting of a small club. The cost wasn't much. That didn't bother me, but to book 2 shows on the same night, in completely different
cities, and then not come back to the city of the canceled show was just devastating. I am sure it was a managers fault, but it still caused me to
pull my ASHES dIVIDE cd out of my stereo, place it into a stack, and not touch it again for several months. So bring APC back to Louisville and you
will be forgiven. please.
'Weak and Powerless'
'The Noose' (Live on Carson Daly- 2010)
edit on 3/22/11 by BrokenCircles because: cuz of Dale = Daly whatever
I don't think I had seen anything he had done with Alice In Chains in any recent years. Only stuff I think I've ever seen was from the 90's. That
performance of 'Triad' is friggin awesome. I was looking through the comments to try and see what Maynard was playing. I still don't know. Some say
guitar, some say bass, some say some sort of synth guitar. I really couldn't tell for sure, but I was thinking maybe bass. Not very often you see
someone pounding the drums with a sweatshirt on lol.
'Jambi' (Fresno, CA, 8-6-06)
Puscifer - 'Dozo'
I don't about you, but I plan on continuing to add at least one post to this daily for awhile. There is still a lot of good quality live
performances, videos, and some rare stuff. So far, this is only the tip of the iceberg. Anyways, I've been getting tired of going back over them all
to double-check what songs are already on here, so I was playing around and made a little list. I just made up my own abbreviations to make it easier
to remember what version it is. I might of got a little carried away with it lol, but here it is for future reference. I plan on adding one for every
page, even if I am the only person that uses it.
Okay I see ALOT of videos and not much being said about him, lol. I am actually not a HUGE fan of him but enough to know a little about him. I can't
find the link for it right now (I'm searchin) but I remember reading on a website about three Tool songs taht when played over each other seem to
sound as one. If you can lemme know which ones they were I'd really appriciate it. Or even just the video from youtube as I can't seem to find it
anymore. Maybe it was just a myth but I'm sure some true MJK fans can help me out
Well, with that said, for those over 21 years of age... a nice compliment to this thread might be a fine selection from
Merkin Vineyards at caduceus.org! Yes, MJK owns his own vineyard, and the associated winery Caduceus Cellars.
edit on 3/25/11 by redmage because: (no reason given)
Great topic. Dabbled a little into APC and Puscifer, but found they lacked the quality of music that Tool put forth. I think it's the same reason
Tool doesn't do an acoustic album, simply because Maynard is one of the instruments of the band, and it wouldn't be anywhere close to what we've
become accustomed to. Not knocking APC/Puscifer, just think the quality of music is subpar to Tool. Not that I don't like some of the APC/Puscifer
songs, it's just that I don't enjoy the entire album, like a Tool album gets to me. I skip tracks on APC/Puscifer, whereas Tool can be put on repeat
all for eternity and it still is fantastic.
Anyways, here's my favorite Tool song.....at the moment. In a few minutes, I'll go back to Aenima, then to Lateralus, then to Rosetta Stoned, to
Swamp Song, to Push it, to Third Eye. There's just so many good songs.... Sorry, forgot this is an MJK thread, lol.
'til One and One are One...Eleven.
edit on 3/25/2011 by saabster5 because: push it cannot go together....lol
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