Right on Man - Sounds Good
Type: Posts; User: Tough Luck Ave
Right on Man - Sounds Good
I think Take it like a man or Mister Blister might fit in.
Hey wow, 2300 views on this topic.
Dave, thanks from us non-Facebook holdouts on here for you to take some time, and give us your thoughts. I guess Facebook is great for spreading the word on all your touring, but it's not for me....
thats great. your family will love the beach boardwalk. go on the merry-go-round with the ring toss -- its very historic. also the big dipper roller coaster. since you would be like 8-9 hours ahead,...
Wahoo! Right on Dave! I knew your passion for it was still there. Hope it would not take too much to relearn all those tunes. Joe Perry did the same thing. Took him many years before he could play...
Great job sharing your observations and experiences Rob
I put on the Meniketti CD today and got the chills hearing the 1st notes. Wonder what that means. Great memories of all those great Gigs.
I see I posted the above question for Dave while he's on...
Hi Dave, any word on reviving your group? A few years ago you mentioned playing again and releasing a new album. I remember you were very passionate about it back in 2001-2003. You enjoyed the new...
Great writing and passion man!
yeah I was just thinking when I saw that 40th t-shirt deal that it's too bad Leonard and Joey are not a part of this anniversary.
That would be nice. Just like the 50th Birthday show at the Little Fox. What? 10-11 years ago? Dave said a few years ago he was going to release a new album and do gigs, but apparently y-t is in too...
here are some comments by Dave in the past
99.5% of the time, I never used any pedals when playing in Y&T. My standard rig for live & every Y&T record was a cord, or cordless pack,...
Back in 2001, when the band reformed with Dave, Phil, Leonard and Stef Burns, people on the forum listed their requests. I compiled them all and came up with the top ones. Back then I remember the...
Tough Luck Avenue. Mr. Big, Take it like a Man, Mister Blister or like Mike said - a whole set.
yeah, thay played Sentimental Fool back in 1979. Released on studio album 6 years later.
check out these original (not covers of old Blues) songs by Foghat from the 1976 album "Nightshift"
"Don't Run Me Down" (Peverett) - 6:32
"Burnin' the Midnight Oil" (Peverett) - 5:38
I remember when Dave used it with the Meniketti band and I think It seemed to blow away his other guitars with that power at that time.
I was at that 1979 Day on the Green where Aerosmith were all wasted. Horrible.
Next worse was seeing Journey with Steve Perry at Day on the Green. I could not stand how Perry ruined that great...
Shoot, farthest I've gone was 160 miles to Petaluma, but I did go 800 miles to see the Meniketti band.
Loved the Old Journey with Gregg Rolie. Could not stand them with Steve Perry. Loved Van Halen with David Lee Roth. Did not like the Hagar era at all. Could not stand AC/DC with Brian Johnson.
Big Joey fan here. The Joey/Leonard era was my favorite.
I think it was White Rabbit by the Jefferson Airplane in 1968 at The Stern Grove in S.F.. I was 8 years old and tagging along with my Hippie Brothers and Sisters.