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10/31/14 07:52:06AM
By: elektronz

yay and thrice yay i say tis the witchin hour and all is most evil ,,or another way of puttin it ...yeahha and all that malarky :D

Re: Always Be a Killer
10/30/14 10:32:16PM
By: Gene Smith

Awesome as always folks, now where is my "head banging" icon?

bill b
Re: Top 10 Instantly...
10/30/14 07:29:13PM
By: bill b

There are sooo many glorious intros and riffs...my personal favorite and most memorable from back in the day is Hendrix, a class intro to DOLLY DAGGER which does double duty in Alice Coopers...

Re: Shades of Mutant
10/30/14 06:39:19PM
By: wrightdude

Yes Ferrell, Budda SD-18 clean channel mic'd with an Audix D4. Thanks!

Farrell Jackson
Re: Shades of Mutant
10/30/14 12:21:37PM
By: Farrell Jackson

This is truly fuzzatastic...it's a fuzzenstien monster. Great fuzz tones Jack. Are you plugged to an amp?

Farrell Jackson
Re: In The End
10/30/14 12:17:59PM
By: Farrell Jackson

A good song with some great words to go with it Ron. Farrell

Re: In The End
10/29/14 07:43:54PM
By: Ron Kauffman

Thank you David...as always your comments dig into the heart of any song. I'm honored that you consider me a poet as well as a songwriter.

Re: In The End
10/29/14 07:30:42PM
By: David C Deal

A poet must write about the truth or they are not truly a poet in my opinion. Your song rings true as does your musical delivery.

Re: Halloween 2014...
10/29/14 07:55:20AM
By: elektronz

oh by the way is it 2014 halloween or halloween 2014 as the genre ,,i might have got it wrong ,,i think i put as genre "my left foot has gone gangrenous " or something along dem dare lines lol...

Re: Halloween 2014...
10/29/14 07:53:08AM
By: elektronz

new tune uploaded at last :)

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Top 10 Instantly Recognizable Guitar Riffs

Top 10 Instantly Recognizable Guitar Riffs

By Pauline France
There are tons of guitar riffs out there, but only a few have become deeply ingrained and ubiquitous in pop culture. Our Top 10 Instantly Recognizable Guitar Riffs all have something in common: They’re the ones you can’t wait to learn how to play; the ones you catch yourself humming; the ones that are revered worldwide by musicians and non-musicians alike.

1. “Smoke on the Water” (Deep Purple, 1972)

Raise your hand if this is the riff that inspired you to play guitar. Yeah, we thought so. “Smoke on the Water” has enjoyed widespread popularity since 1972, when guitarist Ritchie Blackmore conjured what is possibly the world’s most famous guitar riff ever. If you teach guitar, it’s very likely that this is the most requested song from your students. If you work at a music store, you probably hear this riff every day.

2. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” (Rolling Stones, 1965)

As a whole, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” made a huge impact on rock ‘n’ roll, with a simple yet unbelievably infectious guitar riff that really captivated (and continues to captivate) the masses. According to Rolling Stone magazine, the catchy riff came to Keith Richards in a dream in 1965 in a Clearwater, Fla., motel room during the band’s third U.S. tour.

3. “Crazy Train” (Ozzy Osbourne, 1980)

From debut Osbourne solo album Blizzard of Ozz, “Crazy Train” is epic on many levels. Not only does the song have heavy F# minor riffage going on, but it also has an utterly face-melting solo—all the famously nimble work of late, great guitarist Randy Rhoads. “Crazy Train” has stood strong on the airwaves for more than 30 years, is a popular must-learn on guitar and is a true gift to the senses from beginning to end.

4. “Back in Black” (AC/DC, 1980)

Much like “Crazy Train,” “Back in Black” boasts guitar work of epic proportions, with a killer Angus Young airtight riff and wild soloing. All it takes to recognize this rock classic right off the bat is the powerful opening E chord (or the muffled strumming at the beginning if you’re paying extra attention).

5. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (Nirvana, 1991)

This supercharged Kurt Cobain chord riff inspires an anarchic sensation of fury and power, and has done so generation after generation since the 1991 release of megahit Nirvana second album Nevermind. Its disarmingly plain structure (four power chords) is so forceful that it continues to dominate best-of song lists to this day (Rolling Stone ranked it ninth among its 500 Greatest Songs of All Time).

6. “Iron Man” (Black Sabbath, 1970)

No other guitar riff is as heavy and ominous as that from quintessential Sabbath proto-metal anthem “Iron Man.” From 1970 blockbuster Paranoid, “Iron Man” has transcended generations, inspiring faithful legions of metal lovers young and old alike to play along with Tony Iommi’s menacing main riff. A playable track on a wildly popular guitar video game, “Iron Man” was featured in the hit 2008 superhero motion picture of the same name and we predict enduringly popular longevity.

7. “Whole Lotta Love” (Led Zeppelin, 1969)

Jimmy Page would easily be a shoo-in for “Greatest Guitar Riff Master of all Time” should such a prestigious title ever be bestowed. Take, for example, one of his greatest riffs—the one from “Whole Lotta Love” on 1969’s Led Zeppelin II. Between the blues-y and strikingly heavy main phrase and the jaw-dropping solo work, this song is the embodiment of musical ecstasy.

8) “Sunshine of Your Love” – Cream (1967)

Alluringly ultra-catchy, 1967 Cream hit “Sunshine of Your Love” is anchored by a memorable Eric Clapton/Jack Bruce tandem riff that has achieved true immortality. The memorable descending riff has since made numerous film and television appearances, including School of Rock, Goodfellas, The Simpsons and more. And like Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man,” it’s also a track on a popular guitar video game.

9. “Purple Haze” (Jimi Hendrix, 1967)

Another great 1967 riff is the staccato psychedelic blast that launches Jimi Hendrix classic “Purple Haze.” There’s no denying that this hit and its sonically stunning riff worked magic on generations of musicians, and we can attribute its arrival to a dream Hendrix had one night. In a 1969 New Musical Express interview, Hendrix said “Purple Haze” was all about a dream he had in which he found himself walking beneath the sea.

10. “Walk This Way” (Aerosmith, 1975)

Like the nine riffs listed above, “Walk This Way” has stood the test of time for several decades, and it’s no surprise—Joe Perry’s funky-blues-y riff is unbelievably contagious, especially combined with the rapid-fire vocal delivery. This a song that moves. Plus, with all those positively nasty power-chord extensions and killer soloing, it has to be one of the most guitar-friendly songs ever written.
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Halloween 2014 Updates

Halloween 2014 Updates So here are the submissions so far for the 2014 Halloween Song Submissions. Plenty of time left for everyone to submit some spooky music!!

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Meanings Behind Songs

Meanings Behind The Songs
~Michael Stone~ © 2014

Recently, I played a local venue, performing my music.

A woman engaged me afterwards asking me about the 'meaning' behind some of my songs. It was at that point I realized it was much easier for me to sing about my experiences than to actually 'talk' about them.

I guess it's easier to put oblique messages out through lyrics than to actually discuss the deeper thoughts going into the songwriting process. But somehow, she was able to glean the true meaning from the song, though I'd meant it as almost a musical double entendré.

When I perform live, I usually give a brief synopsis of songs before I play them, but in this case she went right to the heart of the matter and wanted the true meaning behind my lyrics.

I found myself unable or unwilling to delve into the subject much more personally, and with a complete stranger.

But isn't that what art is supposed to do ? Ask us to face the more difficult questions in life, in a manner that makes us think ? And here I was confronted by a woman, using words like passion, deep and thoughtful, trying to decipher the deeper meaning behind these compositions.

I felt obliged to respond, but for some reason was unable to open p as much as maybe I should have. Perhaps there is therapy in my future for this issue.

But if you do have a willingness to ask the questions, anytime soon,
I'll do my best to provide better answers.


By The TrueVulgarians
Tag: Halloween 2014 Song Submission

The Monster

The Monster Here's our submission for this year's Halloween Song project, a little number called "The Monster".  My sister Jacki does the lead vocal and, basically, I did the rest, including words and music.  The song, though submitted for Halloween, has, unfortunately for those who have been there, year-round application... lol.  Treat or Treat!
The Monster">The Monster
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Brand New Release titled Why ?

My song titled Why ? has been release .. 

Thank you Nelson Blanchard for Producing + Performing Why ? and bringing all I write alive..
Special Thank you to the Great Larry Franklin from Nashville Tenn, on Fiddle.
Larry has played Fiddle on cuts by most of the Major Artist.. 
Thank you to my Family, Friends and Fans who Keep Me Inspired to Create Song..
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