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Green Eyed Fairy

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Great pick Jon!! and welcome to the thread :)


The only "age requirement" I have in this thread is for the videos- please keep them circa 1980s - perhaps early 90s

Thank you for the posts so far!


But then again, I may be cheating with this one because it might be from the late 70s though I'm saying 1980 and that's the story I'm sticking to...;)

Sylvester- Do You Wanna Funk?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0Vh-a2l6SY
 

Donna

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Bon Jovi-You Give Love a Bad Name

Or how's this for some 80s cheese? Europe-The Final Countdown

This is early 90s hard rock at its finest IMHO: Hardline-Hot Cherie

Also early 90s...it was the inspiration for one of my radio shows: Lynch Mob-Wicked Sensation

Oh lord did I love Jake E Lee....Badlands-Dreams in the Dark

Some Florida boys...Saigon Kick--All I Want is You

And if you don't know Savatage (also a Florida band; used to sneak into bars to see these guys when they were still known as Avatar,) you should. Hall of the Mountain King
 

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Guns N'Roses - November Rain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SbUC-UaAxE

This song is a classic, and one of the first true rock ballads presented to my generation. Everything from the opening piano, until and throughout the chorus and orchestration, gives me chills. And Slash playing guitar in the churchyard is perfect, near the end. Still gives me chills. As good quality as Meatloaf, I tell ya!

And can anyone name the venue from :16 in to 1:30, what place is that?
 

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Guns N'Roses - November Rain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SbUC-UaAxE

This song is a classic, and one of the first true rock ballads presented to my generation. Everything from the opening piano, until and throughout the chorus and orchestration, gives me chills. And Slash playing guitar in the churchyard is perfect, near the end. Still gives me chills. As good quality as Meatloaf, I tell ya!

And can anyone name the venue from :16 in to 1:30, what place is that?
 

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