Thursday, September 26, 2013

Ronnie Montrose: A Celebration Of His Life In Music












Here is most of the audio rip from
"Ronnie Montrose A Celebration Of His Life In Music"
Featuring Neal Shon, Gamma, and the original Montrose band with Joe Satriani on guitar. 
With kick ass tunes like Edgar Winter's 'Frankenstein', 'Bad Motor Scooter' 'Rock Candy' and others.



175MB, MP3@320, About 75 Minutes

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4 comments:

rocdoc said...

hey! good to see you're still here, even doing it in a sl different niche - i was searching for crack the sky and ended up back here. figured i'd see if there were any more current posts. rock and roll cannot stop!

i sure hope you're well.
this montrose set is on my DVR right now, so i'm waiting to devote some time to sit down w/it.
tho i did see sammy do the debut album with satriani which was v v cool. i thought bill church was gonna collapse!
thanks for putting up the audio!

rocdoc

Camarillo Brillo said...

hey rocdoc...wazzup?
I was awol for a while...this is pretty cool...I confess, I left off most of Neal Schon's stuff...I'm just not that big into long instrumentals.
I thought the original band with Joe S. did a very capable job. Especially if you consider, it's like fourty years after the original Montrose album...man we used to skip school and rock out on that one!

rocdoc said...

oh yeah - space station #5!
seeing this tribute showed me that these seemingly basic songs (cos i heard them so many times) are actually packed full of dynamic shifts and other subtleties.
i actually saw them tour this album through chicago, 3rd billed (@ louie sullivan's auditorium theater, like i gave a shit back then about louie sullivan) to spooky tooth w/frampton's camel the headliner - GREAT show with ronnie roaring and sammy's banshee sceraming.
re awol, you HAVE to from time to time...tho i am grateful for the maria mckee cpllection i got from you here! a couple of richard thompsons and some others.
i'm eyeing those good rats shows down there - and you're prob the one who turned me onto them previously!
glad to see you up and about - i'll be around, again.

rocdoc

Camarillo Brillo said...

The Goodrats are the shit for sure!
Get 'em...
Yeah...I heard it all a million times myself...didn't listen to 'em for decades...but like you say, there is a lot to like, and with good all around jamming...I put it up with Van Halen's debut LP. Shoulda been a monster hit IMHO! So cool you got the chance to see them live...jealous!

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