Author Topic: Rock Legend Reunions  (Read 7138 times)

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Re: Rock Legend Reunions
« Reply #30 on: December 11, 2007, 12:44:48 PM »
Sparks never had a huge following, and today most of their fans are in the UK, but Sparks has been a continuously operating band, recording and releasing new music, since 1970. 
They also appear in one of my favorite pieces of 70s cheese, the Sensurround movie Rollercoaster.
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Re: Rock Legend Reunions
« Reply #31 on: December 14, 2007, 08:30:43 PM »
Okay, you guys made me do this!!! Back in 1979 I saw Ted Nugent in Cincinnati, with AC/DC opening! Talk about an ear-bleeding experience! I snuck a camera in and snapped this photo of the Ted! The music was so loud it felt like someone was pounding on your chest from the inside! My friends who were sitting way in the back were stuffing cigarette filters in their ears. I did wear ear plugs, but removed them for the encore, because I wanted to experience the Nuge raw. My ears rang for days. Enjoy!

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Re: Rock Legend Reunions
« Reply #32 on: December 14, 2007, 08:50:02 PM »
Ah! The Motor City Madman in his finest hour. Wonderful. I also attended a Nuge concert in the late 70s with his original line up, and it rocked big time! Unfortunately, I gave up on the Nuge right after Cat Scratch Fever. Couldn't stand Wango Tango. He's still is out there shooting things with guns and blowing out eardrums with his ES 335. I last saw him at one of the KISS reunion shows. He sounded good but was way too political (obnoxious) with his between song rhetoric.
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