Yep. And at a different concert about the same time, I saw Jefferson Airplane and The Holding Company (Janis Joplin's band) at the same time.You heard Cream live?
I was younger myself, back thenmarcusl said:although I was rather young at the time
Cream the Stones Janis Joplin and Jefferson airplane? That is some résumé.Yep. And at a different concert about the same time, I saw Jefferson Airplane and The Holding Company (Janis Joplin's band) at the same time.
I saw the Rolling Stones live in '64 on their first American Tour- Swing Auditorium in San Bernardino.
I was younger myself, back then
He said that Bonham, 'Could Not swing for sh**,' I love the studio Zep but was not keen on the live stuff. Ian Paice was always number one in terms of technique, far better that either Bonham or Baker. Difference is that Paice was a gent and gave Bonham his dues."Mick Jagger is “a musical moron”. Hawkwind’s music “was ****ing appalling”. And rock stars? “****ing idiots, most of them.” How to win friends with the late, great Ginger Baker"