Music Maestro: March 5, 2021

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44 Responses to Music Maestro: March 5, 2021

  1. TBH says:

    Listening to memories of my young adulthood. Some of the gnarliest chords in rock music history.

  2. bemused says:

    Sinc is nearly as old as I am, but has he ever posted anything from Australia’s music legends?

    And the list goes on.

  3. Rorschach says:

    And the list goes on.

    Same era: Zoot … Eleanor Rigby … superb!

    Some major names there – Darryl Cotton; Rick Springfield; Beeb Birtles … The song won the best single on the Australian Pop Music Awards AHEAD of Daddy Cool’s Eagle Rock.

  4. Rorschach says:

    Yeah … what a classic period that was around 1970 for Aust music.

    Russel Morris – the Real Thing:

    The Master’s Apprentices – It’s Because I Love You

    And the list goes on.

  5. JohnJJJ says:

    This four bar riff is exactly the same as all real village folk music. If you go to outback Turkey or Bulgaria you can find a similar melody. The four bars are then followed or interspersed with improvisation. It all looks hip and new but it ain’t. Just that the people played it not the copyright owners protected by monopolies. Yo man.

  6. TBH says:

    Rohan, I saw DP on this tour and have that concert film. It was great then and still great now.

  7. Jo says:

    Bill Evans the best jazz pianist ever.

  8. Ellie says:

    Hahaha! πŸ˜†
    I get you 100%
    Happy Mardi Gras, handsome 😘

  9. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:
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    Follow me … 😐

  12. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    I see you, baybee …

    Shakin’ that taut bit o’ protoplasm! πŸ˜‹

  13. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    eggs – enjoyed the Steve Harley video, thanks …

  14. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:


    Hausfraus schlock in bleu … 😐

  15. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Bluddee hell – I’m stranded, I tells ya …

  16. jupes says:

    Hang on Spurg, take a break for 10 minutes and listen to Mick Taylor at his best.

    (maybe not the best audio, but the great man rises above it).

  17. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Honey Steel’s Gold – they’re all looking for it, I tells ya! πŸ˜•

  18. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Hey jupes – enjoying it now …

  19. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    le Bleus – waitin’ on a friend … πŸ˜‹

  20. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Err – apparently she’s a Rainbow

  21. jupes says:

    Two of the most under-rated guitarists weave their magic on this track:

    Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner. Superb.

  22. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Yes, Virginia. Mods did exist and here they are … πŸ₯Ί

  23. Siltstone says:

    Egg at 2:01 am
    Thanks for the Steve Harley clip. Love those long pauses. Great version. Improved on the orginal ’70’s track.

  24. jupes says:

    le Bleus – waitin’ on a friend … πŸ˜‹

    Mick Taylor actually plays on that track. It was released on Tattoo You in 1981 but was recorded in ’72 / ’73 when Taylor was in the band.

    Either you knew that (and hence the link) or you are psychic. Either way, well done.

  25. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:
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    psychic, Squire – but you knew that …

  27. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Four of the hottest young men in the business

    Did you eat yet

  28. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Bluddee hell – it was a cold and wet December day, I tells ya! πŸ˜•

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  30. egg_ says:

    Thanks for the Steve Harley clip. Love those long pauses. Great version. Improved on the orginal ’70’s track.


    Some great original rockers and covers on RockWiz.

  31. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Bluddee hell – it’s a gospel song (apparently) – so we travelled down to the Harlem .. πŸ˜‹

  32. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Tempted, are we peoples? πŸ™‚

  33. Siltstone says:

    Jupes: Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner. Superb.

    Totally agree. During that era I saw Lou Reed at Festival Hall, Melbourne. In August 1974 he was supported by AC/DC, in July 1975 by Split Enz. I cannot remember which year it was I went. Can’t remember the support act. No substances were involved. The Internet tells me Danny Weis was the lead guitarist on tour. In memory, he was close enough to Hunter and Wagner to still bring a smile.

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  35. Steve trickler says:

    A brilliant production once again from the Danes.

    Palle Mikkelborg & DR Big Band // …det er som om…

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