Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by Jones, Dec 29, 2015.
One band I would have loved to see
Ace of spades...
Wurzel passed away about 2 years ago.
It's kind of surprising he lived until 70 as hard as he partied. R.I.P.
Lemmy said in passing to play his music loud and tell stories.
One of the clerks from my old center saw them last year. She got an autographed drum head from Lemmy.
I crabbed at her afterward for not clueing me in on the show.
Going to miss u lemmy rip
I really got a good laugh out of this one.
I realize most people know Lemmy for Motorhead and in 76' saw Motorhead open for Montrose but I also remember Lemmy as bassist for the avant-garde, Space Rock band Hawkwind whom I saw in early 74' as they concluded the tour from which the iconic live album Space Ritual was recorded. Here is a video of Lemmy and Hawkwind playing their 1972' hit Silver Machine.
I never got all of the hype about Lemmy.He was a HORRIBLE vocalist ,crappy songwriter and less than average bassist.
He was ALL image,and if it were anyone else they'd be labled a poser
He will be missed! He started out as a roadie for Jimi Hendrix, and then went to Hawkwind. I got to see Motorhead in Nashville in 1999. One of the loudest shows I ever saw for the venue size. So long Lemmy!!!
If you don't like Motorhead that's fine, you're not the only one but your criticism's are basically BS. There wasn't any "hype" about Lemmy or his band, they were never conventionally popular and never tried to be. Their only "image" was being a hard rock band.
thanks for telling me what my opinion should be lol
THIS is a great bassist
Here is another fantastic bassist that has never had to compensate for being a no talent hack by Posing
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