Bands You Want to See Live, but never will.

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by MikeyFingers, Jan 30, 2006.


  1. Marley's Ghost

    Marley's Ghost Supporting Member

    Feb 9, 2002
    Tampa, FL
    One of the advantages of being old is I....

    Saw Pink Floyd (4 times)
    Saw Zeppelin
    Saw Gentle Giant (several times)
    Saw King Crimson w Wetton
    Saw the Who w Moon
    Saw Deep Purple w Blackmore
    Saw Genesis w Peter Gabriel

    Still wish I saw the Beatles and Cream, Police, and the Clash.
     
  2. playmybass

    playmybass

    Mar 28, 2004
    Tucson, Az
    Gorilla Biscuits
    Minor Threat
    Earth Crisis
    Prayer For Cleansing
     
  3. Keeaumoku

    Keeaumoku

    Dec 29, 2004
    ...never saw the Fab-4, either, but I did see Cream and Derek and the Dominoes, as well as the Rolling Stones before Geritol became a part of their diet :smug: . Never saw Police or Clash, but I did see Jimi, as well as The Doors... Zappa... Jethro Tull. Saw Janice Joplin, and Jefferson Airplane... I even saw the Moody Blues... far out and groovy, man! I also attended a rather iconic concert, but I don't remember it... I was at the Cotton Bowl, I believe the year was 1955 or 1956... the headline act was some guy named Elvis! Apparently my mother took my big sister and some of her friends. I was either two or three, so I didn't have a whole lot of interest at the time..., but I was there! :cool:
     
  4. skewh

    skewh

    Sep 5, 2005
    Ithaca, NY
    Weather Report, Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, and the Dirty Mac.
     
  5. I'd love to see Rush, but since Australia isn't exactly their heartland, I can't see them coming here anytime soon. I am saving my pennies for a trip to US for their next tour though.

    +1 for Rammstein

    I saw Pearl Jam a couple of years ago and they fing rocked!! I can't understand why so many TB'ers heap on them. Sure, they might not have the legend status that death has afforded Nirvana, but I like em anyway.;)
     
  6. ras1983

    ras1983

    Dec 28, 2004
    Sydney, Australia
    i can't believe i am the first one to mention this band...

    Guns 'n' Roses:bassist: :bassist:

    comeone guys; how could you forget them?:eek:
    Also

    Queen
    The Who
    Yes (i don't know if they are still around; but i know they won't ever come to Australia)
    Led Zeppelin
    James Brown
     
  7. Yes played at the Telstra Dome last year.
     
  8. ras1983

    ras1983

    Dec 28, 2004
    Sydney, Australia
    Are you serious? i didn't even know they came down. where can i keep track of who's performing here?
     
  9. MAJOR METAL

    MAJOR METAL The Beagle Father Supporting Member

    I would have loved to be at the Unlpugged in NY Concert.
     

  10. You and me both, Major. What an intensely enjoyable event that would have been!!
     
  11. Marley's Ghost

    Marley's Ghost Supporting Member

    Feb 9, 2002
    Tampa, FL
    +1 for GNR.


    I also was fortunate to see Zappa many times. A true icon who can never be replaced. :(
     
  12. Dan1099

    Dan1099 Dumbing My Process Down

    Aug 7, 2004
    Michigan
    +8,000,000
     
  13. avid

    avid born lefty

    Jun 22, 2005
    Ashland, Oregon USA
    I was fortunate enough to see
    Cream 2x
    Led Zepplin on their first american tour, they opened for
    Jefferson Airplane
    Frank Zappa opened for Cream
    Jimi Hendrix 2x
    Sly and the Family Stone
    Grateful Dead
    Rage Against the Machine
    Mountain (Leslie West)
    James Gang their last performance
    Chicago 3x

    I wished I would have seen
    Miles Davis
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    Jaco Pastorius
    Janis Joplin

    avid
     
  14. Yogi Bear

    Yogi Bear Supporting Member

    Aug 14, 2000
    Kansas - Original lineup

    Queen - With Freddie

    Captain Beyond

    ELP - I saw them in 97. . . But I would have loved to see them in their prime

    GTR - Just to see Howe and Hackett on the same stage.

    Chicago - Terry Kath and Peter Cetera era
     
  15. A Perfect Circle (Since they seem to hate Saint Louis)
    Pink Floyd (See what all the hype is about)
    Elvis
    Scott Joplin
    Beethoven
     
  16. I saw Foghat at my county Fair last fall, and Yes is still around, they did a tour with Dream Theater a few years ago.



    The Who
    Pink Floyd
    Pantera
    Zepplin
    The Beatles


    That's it for now.
     
  17. thekyle

    thekyle

    Dec 25, 2005
    Breckenridge, CO
    Pink Floyd
    Weather Report
    The Band
    Stevie Ray
    Allman Brothers
    Doobie Brothers
    Buddy Holly
    Nirvana
    Zepplin
    Sabbath
    Creedence
    Cream
    Talking Heads
    Dire Straits
    Toadies
    Sublime
    The Who
    Eagles
    Keith Whitley
    Queen
    Zappa

    Those are just on my play list.
     
  18. spectorbass83

    spectorbass83

    Jun 6, 2005
    canada
    Led Zeppelin
    The Doors
    Nirvana
    Candlebox
    Soundgarden
    Stone Temple Pilots
    Alice In Chains
    Hendrix
     
  19. hants

    hants

    Oct 11, 2005
    Nirvana
    Metallica (in the 80's)
    Guns n' Roses
    Queen
    Rage Against the Machine

    You can still see Black Sabbath, they had the tour last year, but I don't think that quite counts. Even though Ozzy is quite funny nowadays on stage.

    #EDIT#
    forgot Led Zeppelin
     
  20. gamera

    gamera

    Sep 20, 2004
    Gloucester, MA
    I wasn't speaking of your list in particular , in fact at least yours was interesting and got specific on the era and everything.

    I guess I am just disappointed at how pedestrian the typical
    Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Doors, Stevie Ray Vaughn thing is. I mean Stevie Ray Vaughn? There are so many more interesting blues people still alive.

    I always think that musicians will have more interesting or ecletic taste than the average schmo, but they semm to be a reflection of society as a whole.

    I was on a comp record in the early 80's with The Misfits, and have seen Black Flag many times. Minor Threat didn't tour that much or at least anywhere besides major cities, so seeing them would have been difficult unless you lived in DC. Bad Brains are really hit or miss. They are currently touring without HR on vocals, but John Joesph friend of the band and former Cro Mag singer in his stead. I have heard that John does a really good job.
     
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