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I would have loved to see this dual headliner tour...Scorpions & Tesla...2 spectacular bands! A Tesla Classic...

 

http://youtu.be/rKqy01ktyB8

 

A Scorpions mainstay track...

 

http://youtu.be/3q4vJdenoMM

Brother great choice both very good bands,Tesla is great no matter if doing the stuff that belongs to them ,or doing covers,just true pros in my opinion :worthy:

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Darn Guitarist Jimmy Page looks great! I hope I age that gracefully too!  :thmup:

 

http://youtu.be/mYYRzo-6gt4

 

Here is the entire Led Zeppelin Tribute last night from start to finish...Sorry, I didn't find it til after I posted the other tracks...ENJOY!!!  ;)

 

http://youtu.be/Ta0gDfGb9u0

Loved it all,performances,especially the wit and sense of humor on Letterman :dancing:  :thmup:

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Some good ole' Joe Walsh.....

 

http://youtu.be/w-UCjiQkLlQ

Love it my Freind at request got the cd for Christmas.IMO he's one of the greatest Guitar players and directors of music ever .With the EAGLES and on his own

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Loved it all,performances,especially the wit and sense of humor on Letterman :dancing:  :thmup:

Jay, 

 

Real musicians got celebrated last night....Blues God Buddy Guy & Led Zeppelin...Do you know how rare that is? Musicians who can actually play their own instruments & sing...Wow! Ann & Nancy Wilson were fantastic! Also, honoring Buddy Guy was L-O-N-G overdue...."Sweet Home Chicago" indeed!!!

 

http://youtu.be/ZEmvBdRLg4k

 

http://youtu.be/eIzxCVmLz4o

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Love it my Freind at request got the cd for Christmas.IMO he's one of the greatest Guitar players and directors of music ever .With the EAGLES and on his own

Yep....he's one of my all-time favorite artists!

 

His early solo stuff as well as his work with the Eagles was an absolute staple in my teenage years...and still is!

 

He's been on DirectTV's "Guitar Center: Sessions" series this month and played some of his new and old stuff and sounded great...plus had a really good interview.

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Some good ole' Joe Walsh.....

 

http://youtu.be/w-UCjiQkLlQ

Yes, I agree with my buddy Jay Kirk. An excellent choice pacolts56!  :thmup:

 

Yes Jay, I know that you know honoring true musicians is rare naturally my friend.

 

I just really respect all my Forum Friends on here for knowing genuine talent when they see & hear it. God Bless You All Man!  :worthy:  :rock:

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                                                                                                                      http://youtu.be/w5rL3gK2n0E   

 

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                                                                                         This is sad on our part the music lover
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Fumie Abe  "Absolute Zero" [stone Sour drum cover] Almost a slow waltz for Fumie on this number. Good cymbal work here!

 

http://youtu.be/9LH5z1paL3U

 

Meytal Cohen "Black Dog"  Led Zeppelin drum cover...A classic.  :thmup:  :worthy:

 

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