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  1. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    15 Aug '09 08:22
    Iggy Pop.
    I saw Iggy at quite a ripe age and I swear he moved more fot the first song than most other artists do for the whole set!

    (As opposed to that the band Slint seem to move as least as practicly possible.)
  2. Standard member Blackamp
    Death
    15 Aug '09 09:04
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    Iggy Pop.
    I saw Iggy at quite a ripe age and I swear he moved more fot the first song than most other artists do for the whole set!

    (As opposed to that the band Slint seem to move as least as practicly possible.)
    Iggy gets my vote too. seen him live three times.
  3. 15 Aug '09 12:17
    Jimi hendrix.

    playing guitar with his teeth, that was revolutionary.

    also, the who.
    for being pioneers of the guitar-smashing.
  4. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    15 Aug '09 12:58
    Originally posted by generalissimo
    Jimi hendrix.

    playing guitar with his teeth, that was revolutionary.

    also, the who.
    for being pioneers of the guitar-smashing.
    He wasn't really playing with his teeth you know that , dont you.
  5. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    15 Aug '09 14:23
    Peter Garrett
  6. 15 Aug '09 15:03
    John Lydon!
  7. 16 Aug '09 00:11
    Iggy gave a good show. Little Richard and James Brown were energetic, but I wouldn't have gone to see them. Same for Jerry Lee Lewis. Elton in his prime was a frenetic little poof who could really move around on that stage. Pat Benatar had some pep. And ol' Mick can still move like a flyweight and strut with the best of 'em.
    But those guys make my eyebrows hurt with all their jumpin' around. I say "Just sing and play yer guitar. Sit on a stool, stand, whatever, but try to be still so as not to spoil the mellow moment."
  8. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    16 Aug '09 12:42 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by PinkFloyd
    Iggy gave a good show. Little Richard and James Brown were energetic, but I wouldn't have gone to see them. Same for Jerry Lee Lewis. Elton in his prime was a frenetic little poof who could really move around on that stage. Pat Benatar had some pep. And ol' Mick can still move like a flyweight and strut with the best of 'em.
    But those guys make my it on a stool, stand, whatever, but try to be still so as not to spoil the mellow moment."
    I guess it all depends on whether the music calls for it...no?!
    Nick Cave in his Birthday Party days was pretty far out. So were the rest of the band!
  9. Standard member Blackamp
    Death
    16 Aug '09 12:45
    Originally posted by FMF
    Peter Garrett
    he's a politician now.
  10. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    16 Aug '09 13:05
    Originally posted by Blackamp
    he's a politician now.
    I wish he was Prime Minister. Then again he has changed. "sigh"
    Maybe we should call up Jello Biafra
  11. Standard member Blackamp
    Death
    16 Aug '09 14:29
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    I wish he was Prime Minister. Then again he has changed. "sigh"
    Maybe we should call up Jello Biafra
    yeah, these days Garrett reminds me of the final scene in Animal Farm.


    Jello: Australia uber alles?
  12. 16 Aug '09 14:31
    Now that John Denver and Dan Fegelberg have passed on, I would have to say James Taylor. Energy exudes from the man.
  13. 16 Aug '09 15:29
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    He wasn't really playing with his teeth you know that , dont you.
    really?
  14. Standard member Elamef37
    Queenslander
    16 Aug '09 16:14
    Angus Young
  15. 16 Aug '09 21:30
    Originally posted by Elamef37
    Angus Young
    Agreed--Angus and the boys did Kick out the Jams...