View Full Version : Fave Music/Concert DVD'S

jim campbell
12-29-2006, 10:54 AM
moved this over from the whats playing now thread.the check is in the mail,it was like that when i got here, and i promise to stay on topic.

12-29-2006, 11:24 AM
Eric Clapton - Crossroads tour.
David Gilmour
Pink Floyd: Pulse
Fleetwood Mac - The Dance
The Doors
Live Aid
Led Zepellin

I enjoy the classic bands, especially Floyd. This concert DVD is amazing. Anyone else have it? I crank up my Altecs and I feel as though I could be sitting right in the middle of it.

I also enjoy the Fleetwood Mac DVD. I crank up song 19 and 20 - USC marching band.

Can't forget about Led - that was one is especially good, too! Awesome footage and incredible DVD!

Live Aid - I put that one on on Saturdays and crank it up when I clean the house.

I can't wait to hear some new ones on this thread. Come on people, dont just read...post your favorite music DVD!



jim campbell
12-29-2006, 01:28 PM
i have 3 doors titles and both led zeps.lately though ive been more into roots and country.have you explored the live from austin tx series.

12-30-2006, 09:55 PM
Pink Floyd: Pulse
Fleetwood Mac
The Doors
Led Zeppelin
I enjoy the classic bands, especially Floyd.

OMG !!! At the risk of rupturing the space/time continuum , thusly shutting down the forum and our sound systems, I reluctantly must admit that " I agree with storm on some things" .

There , I said it !!! Are your speakers still playing ?

Zepp was super in almost everything they did (the BBC version of "Dazed & Confused" where they played the electric guitar with a bow ...WOW
Doors - unique ( saw them in '68) still relevant
PF - unique too ......although I doubt if storm has hear PF's most unique cut "Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving With a Pict"

Just don't overlook CCR , Santana and Steely Dan. :bouncy:

12-30-2006, 11:53 PM
I know I am young, but my dad taught me well.

I love Classic Rock and hate mainstream.

No, I can say I have never heard that PF song.

I enjoy every kind of music except, classical - some jazz - christian - rap - hip hop. But, I do enjoy the old skool r & b.

My mom introduced me to Fleetwood Mac - one of only a few bands she showed me.

Waiting patiently for Genesis to come to the US. They are currently on tour and can't wait - well, I can...saving my pennies - for them to arrive!

Seawolf - please dont think I hate you, because I dont. Just as the political threads, we all have a different view about life. Nothing wrong with that, only makes this forum that much enjoyable to read every day - every 15 minues, :).

I hope you and everyone else on this forum has a safe and happy new years.


Wonder what it would be like if we all turned our speakers up loud at the exact same moment. Would anyone hear it? LOL.



12-31-2006, 07:34 AM
"Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving With a Pict". :bouncy:
I remember it. ;)


12-31-2006, 08:18 AM
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving With a Pict"
is a track written and performed by Roger Waters (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Waters) from the two-part 1969 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1969) Pink Floyd (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd) album, Ummagumma (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ummagumma).
The track consists of several minutes of noises resembling rodents and birds simulated by Roger Waters' voice played at different speeds, as well as stringed instruments — followed by Waters providing a few stanzas of quasi-lyrics in a thick Scottish accent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_English). Some reports state that sometime Floyd collaborator Ron Geesin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Geesin) actually provided the 'ranting pict' section.
The Picts (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Picts) were the indigenous people of what is now Scotland, before they were made virtually extinct by Irish and Viking invaders.
There is a "hidden message" in the song at approximately 4:22. If played at a slower speed, Waters [1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Several_Species_of_Small_Furry_Animals_Gathered_To gether_in_a_Cave_and_Grooving_with_a_Pict#_note-skepticd)[2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Several_Species_of_Small_Furry_Animals_Gathered_To gether_in_a_Cave_and_Grooving_with_a_Pict#_note-shinefc) or guitarist David Gilmour (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Gilmour)[3] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Several_Species_of_Small_Furry_Animals_Gathered_To gether_in_a_Cave_and_Grooving_with_a_Pict#_note-et2) can be heard to say, "That was pretty avant-garde (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avant-garde), wasn't it?". It is thought by some that the high-pitched squeaking which is repeated every couple of seconds from about 1:30 to about 2:10 is Waters saying, "Bring back my guitar" sped up by a factor of 10. However, this is not true, although it is phonetically similar


It's not actually anything, it's a bit of concrete poetry. Those were sounds that I made, the voice and the hand slapping were all human generated - no musical instruments.
- Roger Waters, University of Regina Carillon Interview, October 1970[4] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Several_Species_of_Small_Furry_Animals_Gathered_To gether_in_a_Cave_and_Grooving_with_a_Pict#_note-uofrci) Quotes