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Posted: Feb. 26 2011, 18:29

I think so. It's quite funny from one perspective, 'cause it's absolutely the same progression Santana uses in 99.9% of his music. On the other hand, Zappa lays down a totally insane, badass solo which I believe employs the whole-tone scale at one point. So I definitely think it's worth hearing.
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Posted: Feb. 26 2011, 19:50

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I think so. It's quite funny from one perspective, 'cause it's absolutely the same progression Santana uses in 99.9% of his music.

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Posted: Feb. 27 2011, 08:04

The only punk band I like is germs.

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Posted: Mar. 01 2011, 07:03

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I had a sudden vision then of Julian Bream with a safety pin in his nose  :laugh: Love your square brakcets, Cav  :cool:

It's hip to be square!


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Posted: Mar. 01 2011, 08:37

Quote (Cavalier (Lost Version) @ Mar. 01 2011, 07:03)
Quote (nightspore @ Feb. 26 2011, 17:55)
I had a sudden vision then of Julian Bream with a safety pin in his nose  :laugh: Love your square brakcets, Cav  :cool:

It's hip to be square!

Is this what you mean, Cav?  :laugh:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQ8DWJfbHJM
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Posted: Mar. 10 2011, 13:47

I listened to punkaddidle the live version this wednesday. And I really love it. The way he plays with the audience is incredible! I am really happy to have found live at montreux I really love it.

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Posted: Mar. 10 2011, 15:15

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I listened to punkaddidle the live version this wednesday. And I really love it. The way he plays with the audience is incredible! I am really happy to have found live at montreux I really love it.

Yeah, it's an awesome DVD. Although Maggie Reilly's outfit gives me nightmares.
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Posted: Jan. 22 2012, 04:22

I LOVE the Montreux version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-O-WXcLuM0

Where can I get the Preston version?
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Posted: April 26 2014, 09:14

It was only after hearing/watching the Montreux version that I really loved Punkadiddle, the live version is astounding, and really displays how melodic Mike's guitar playing is.

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