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(01-11-2021, 09:16 PM)BengalsRocker Wrote: Something to Wear - Die With Your Boots On - Iron Maiden
A Place - In A Darkened Room - Skid Row
A Food - Hot Dog & A Shake - David Lee Roth
An Animal - Black Tiger - Y&T
A Number - 99 Ways To Die - Megadeth
A Color - Lady Wore Black - Queensryche
A Girl's Name - Whole Lot Of Rosie - AC/DC
A Boy's Name - Flight Of Icarus - Iron Maiden
Profession - Somebody Get Me A Doctor - Van Halen
Day of the Week - Loving You Sunday Morning - Scorpions

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THESE ARE GOOD ....Y AND T ROCKED ASS BACK IN THE DAY..Dave Meneketti didnt get enough credit back then.  
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(01-16-2021, 03:35 PM)kalibengal Wrote: THESE ARE GOOD ....Y AND T ROCKED ASS BACK IN THE DAY..Dave Meneketti didnt get enough credit back then.  

Thanks!

Yep I crossed off a musical bucket list by seeing Y&T live a few years back in Cleveland.

Better late than never!

They actually opened with Black Tiger.


I'm a guitar player and have always loved Dave's playing and I must say he impressed me even more live.

I recommend you seeing them if you haven't.  Dave still has the vox as well as the chops.



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(01-16-2021, 05:06 PM)BengalsRocker Wrote: Thanks!

Yep I crossed off a musical bucket list by seeing Y&T live a few years back in Cleveland.

Better late than never!

They actually opened with Black Tiger.


I'm a guitar player and have always loved Dave's playing and I must say he impressed me even more live.

I recommend you seeing them if you haven't.  Dave still has the vox as well as the chops.



i'm guessing im a bit older then you.....but my main intro to Y and T was in the 80s, remember that album Earthshaker? kick ass album and was able to catch them live in a small venue once over here in LA . 
I lost interest in them after they went too commercial  with songs like "Lipstick and Leather"  "Summertime Girls" etc. but that older stuff is great to this day. Question for you: What would  say is your alltime favorite Album of all time?  
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(01-16-2021, 09:41 PM)kalibengal Wrote: i'm guessing im a bit older then you.....but my main intro to Y and T was in the 80s, remember that album Earthshaker? kick ass album and was able to catch them live in a small venue once over here in LA . 
I lost interest in them after they went too commercial  with songs like "Lipstick and Leather"  "Summertime Girls" etc. but that older stuff is great to this day. Question for you: What would  say is your alltime favorite Album of all time?  

I was introduced to Y&T with Earthshaker.  Rescue Me was the first song I ever heard by them(even though they had two earlier albums).

You're correct that the earlier albums were probably the best of the bunch.

I did however follow them later, and enjoyed some songs much more than others.



As far as your question... are you talking about any band?   That's tough !

If you want to know Y&T's...  I'd say Meanstreak.  Black Tiger/Earthshaker tie 2nd

Queensryche's:  Operation Mindcrime & Rage For Order are progressive hard rock masterpieces in my opinion and they could play them perfectly live back in the day.

So many bands in genres/sub-genres with so many albums.  That question is tough!!
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Something to Wear - Behind the Veil (Dream Theater)
A Place - Especially in Michigan (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
A Food - Custard Pie (Led Zeppelin)
An Animal - War Pigs (Sabbath)
A Number - 25 or 6 to 4 (Chicago)
A Color - White Falcon Fuzz (Mother Hips)
A Girl's Name - Layla (Derek and the Dominoes / Clapton)
A Boy's Name - Bad, Bad Leroy Brown (Jim Croce)
Profession - Piano Man (Billy Joel)
Day of the Week - Friday I'm in Love (The Cure)
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(01-04-2021, 12:21 AM)BengalHawk62 Wrote: Ok music lovers — here are the rules:
Answer each category with a SONG.

* Something to Wear - Long Black Veil- Left Frizzell
* A Place -  Walking in London- Concrete Blonde
* A Food-  Mayonaise- Smashing Pumpkins
* An Animal - White Rabbit- Jefferson Airplane
* A Number - I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)- The Proclaimers
* A Color- Red Right Hand- Nick Cave
* A Girl’s Name - Jolene- Dolly Parton
* A Boy’s Name - A Boy Named Sue- Johnny Cash
* Profession - A Pirate Looks At Forty- Jimmy Buffett
* Day of the Week - Tuesday’s Gone- Lynard Skynard

(01-08-2021, 06:46 PM)fredtoast Wrote: Too easy.

It should be all from the same artist.

I bet I could do it with the Grateful Dead if I had enough time.  They only do about 1000 songs.

With Fred's thoughts mind, all by Guy Clark:
* Something to Wear - The Cape (one of my top five favorite songs)

* A Place -  Out in the Parkin' Lot
* A Food-  Homegrown Tomatoes
* An Animal - El Coyote
* A Number - Texas 1947
* A Color- Red River
* A Girl’s Name - Magdalene
* A Boy’s Name - Hank Williams Said It Best
* Profession - Boats to Build
* Day of the Week - Better Days (hah, close as I could get)
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