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"It Might Get Loud" Up close with 3 guitar heroes U2's, The Edge and more

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"It Might Get Loud" Up close with Jimmy Page, U2's, The Edge and Jack White/"The White Stripes"/"The Raconteurs"What happens when three diverse, yet influential electric guitar virtuosos, from ages spanning across three generations, meet for the first time at length to discuss and tour their hometowns, upbringings, how their bands formed, political instability and social setbacks, their methods to their musical madness, and living room like jam sessions? On Jan 23, 2008, self taught guitarist, ...

"Shine a Light" in Eskişehir

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"Shine a Light" in Eskişehir -- a Frank Exchange of Views and other films Alex Deleon emailed Al Milgom in Minneapolis as follows: Just came from back from seeing Scorcese's "Shine a Light" and all I can say is that it was UPLIFTING -- Great concert from which Scorcese thankfully stayed mostly out of the way of -- Ends with SATISFACTION but it was foot stompin' and body shakin' all the wa. Jagger is amazingly muscular and energetic for his age but Keith Richards looks pretty skinny and wast...

Crosby Stills Nash & Young Machen Die Musik In Berlin

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Friday, February 8----------In 1969, you were either listening to the Rolling Stones express their "sympathy for the devil" or you were listening (over and over again) to "Suite Judy Blue Eyes" as interpreted by a new group called Crosby Stills & Nash. Made up of members of such seminal rock groups as The Byrds and Buffalo Springfield, David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash were later joined by Neil Young, to form that much loved group CSNY.  The musicians have b...
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