VH live in'78! Killer.......

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  1. Wildeman

    Wildeman Well-Known Member

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    Pretty amazing shit here.
     
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    these are making the rounds... :)...

    There's a thread going & I posted a few clips from Fresno Restorations in the "what are you listening to" thread...

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    http://www.marshallforum.com/threads/hows-this-for-vintage.109325/

    hopefully this let's you look at the thread. I followed this w/ a couple more:

    What Are You Listening To?

    That guy has a bunch of stuff, from the Fresno area. Lots of cool stuff from late '70s, up to present date. Definitely worth looking through his whole page/uploads...
     
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    from 19:00 onwards its bullshit good, bass and guitar vibing, evh gets funky, and then dlr comes in with bitch screams, solid gold.
    evh didnt seem to mind m.anthony in those days
     
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    The harmony vocals of Michael Anthony defined the Van Halen sound as much as the weedelee weedelee guitar sh*t
     
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    My first VH experience was hearin this shit from the stoners on the block, i didn't hear it in '78, hell i was 7 but i heard the first album in around '80 or '81 and it blew me away. I still love it. The stoners also turned me on to other things about then:naughty:
     
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    I believe that I saw that concert tour, VH opened for Black Sabbath. Sabbath was great, but VH was also great.
     
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    Here in So Cal, I believe Sammy Hagar opened, Van Halen, Black Sabbath, then Boston was the headliner, this was at the big A
    Cheers Mitch
     
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