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  • Top 50 in details...

    Ott 12 2009, 15:52

    1. How did you get into no.29?
    KISS - Heard Rock N Roll All Nite during an Habs game

    2. What's the first song you ever heard by no.22?
    System Of A Down - Sugar

    3. Whats your favourite lyric by no.33?
    Bright Eyes - But I believe that lovers should be tied together, And thrown into the ocean in the worst of weather (A Perfect Sonnet)

    4. How did you get into no.49?
    Led Zeppelin - When I bought "How The West Was Won"

    5. How many albums by no.13 do you own?
    Radiohead - 9 cd + 1 vinyl

    6. What is your favorite song by no.50?
    The Raconteurs - Many Shades Of Black

    7. Is there a song by no.39 that makes you sad?
    Ramones - Ramones song are not supposed to make you sad!

    8. What is your favorite song by no.15?
    Pink Floyd - Dogs

    9. What is your favorite song by no.5?
    Metallica - Battery

    10. Is there a song by no.6 that makes you happy?
    Bob Dylan - Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again

    11. What is the worst song by no.40?
    Rise Against - Audience Of One

    12. What is your favorite song by no.10?
    Motley Crue - Kickstart My Heart

    13. What is a good memory you have involving no.30?
    Queen - Seeing the Live @ Montreal show on big screen at the Cinema

    14. What is your favorite song by no.38?
    Stone Temple Pilots - Sex Type Things

    15. Is there a song by no.19 that makes you happy?
    Neil Young - Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtoen

    16. Is there a song by no.25 that makes you sad?
    Silverchair - Miss You Love

    17. What is the first song you ever heard by 23?
    Eagles of Death Metal - I Only Want You

    18. What's your favorite lyric by no.11?
    Elliott Smith - Waltz #2 "I'm never going to know you now
    But I'm going to love you anyhow"

    19. Who is a favorite member of no.1?
    The Beatles - George

    20. Is there a song by no.14 that makes you happy?
    Phish - Bathub Gin

    21. What is a good memory involving no.27?
    Johnny Cash - Seeing my friend singing Folsom Prison Blues with a local jammer

    22. What is your favorite song by no.16?
    Fall Out Boy - Dance Dance

    23. What is the first song you ever heard by no.47?
    Tom Petty - Free Fallin

    24. What is your favorite album by no.18?
    The Whites Stripes - Elephant

    25. What is your favorite song by no.21?
    Drive-By Truckers - Goddam Lonely Love

    26. What is the first song you ever heard by no.26?
    Pearl Jam - Jeremy

    27. What is your favorite album by no.3?
    Francois Perusse - Tome 2

    28. What is you favorite song by no.2?
    Queens of the stone age - You can't quit me baby

    29. What was the first song you ever heard by no.32?
    Velvet Revolver - Set Me Free

    30. What is you favorite song by no.8?
    Foo Fighters - Everlong

    31. How many times have you seen no.17 live?
    Guns N Roses - 0,

    32. Is there a song by no.44 that makes you happy?
    The Offspring - All I Want

    33. How did you get into no.12?
    Mark Lanegan - Saw that he playing with QOTSA

    34. What is the worst song by no.45?
    Bon Jovi - a lot of stuff mid 90s

    35. What was the first song you ever heard by no.34?
    Bedouin Soundclash - When The Night Feels My Song

    36. What was the first song you ever heard by no.48?
    Aerosmith - Cryin'

    37. How many times have you seen no.42 live?
    Faith No More - 0.....Come on US Reunion shows!!!!!

    38. What is you favorite song by no.36?
    Avenged Sevenfold - Bat Country

    39. What was the first song you ever heard by no.28?
    John Mayer - Your Body Is Wonderland

    40. What is you favorite album by no.7?
    Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street

    41. Is there a song by no.31 that makes you happy?
    Linkin Park - Crawling (live version...got chill everytime)

    42. What is your favorite album by no.41?
    Paul Mccartney - Chaos and Creation in the Backyard

    43. What is your favorite song by no.24?
    Eric's Trip - Allergic To Love

    44. What is a good memory you have involving no.46?
    Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds - Watching the Live At Radio City Hall dvd

    45. What is your favorite song by no.35?
    Bedouin Soundclash - Shadown of a Man

    46. Is there a song by no.9 that makes you happy?
    Leonard Cohen - In My Secret Life

    47. What is your favorite album by no.4?
    Dave Matthews Band - The Gorge (Live)

    48. Who is your favorite member of no.37?
    Frank Zappa - Frank Zappa:P

    49. What is the first song you ever heard by no.43?
    Wintersleep - Sore

    50. What is your favorite song by no.20?
    Eric Clapton - Layla
  • Une soiree avec Bob...

    Nov 19 2008, 15:03

    Tue 18 Nov – Bob Dylan
    Je suis arriver au Centre Bell hier soir, non pas avec l'intention de le voir comme s'il etait encore en 1966, mais un artiste qui a produit d'excellent albums lors des dernieres annee, et qui a probablement le meilleur back catalog de n'importe quelle artiste vivant.

    Je commence donc ma soirer en allant me procurer le poster de la tour! Good il en reste!

    Je ne vais pas aller en detail pour chaque chanson, puisque chaque personne qui a assister au show aura sa propre opinion. Je vais seulement pointer mes highllights de la soirer:

    - Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again: Une de mes chansons prefer de mon album preferer (Blonde On Blonde). Il s'agissait probablement d'une des seules chansons que l'on pouvait reconnaitre avant qu'il commence a chanter.

    - Suivie de Spirit On The Water, une des bonnes chanson de Modern Times!!! Les lumieres etait impecable, tres approprier pour la chanson.

    - Bob lui meme: Il avait l'air tres en forme, se deplancant pour jouer de l'harmonica (il aurait pu decider de rester derriere son clavier tout le temps). J'aimais bien le fait qu'il chantait de coter pour "etre" avec son Band. C'est Bob AVEC son band et non Bob avec un backing band.

    Certaines vont p-e se plaindre sur le fait que Bob n'interagissait pas du tout avec le publique. Mais moi j'etait content, j'etait venu le voir chanter, et non dire comment il etait content de venir, ou que Montreal etait sa ville preferer,etc

    Il est clair que Bob era-1966 ne reviendra jamais. Il est plutot un artiste moderne qui prend ses vieilles chanson et les re-modele avec les elements qu'il ne possedait pas il y a pres de 50 ans. Et vous savez quoi, c'est une bonne chose, il tient son publique en haleine en offrant de nouveaux arrangements pour ses chanson plutot que de devenir previsible avec la 1ere note.

    Overall, la soirer etait a l'image de Bob: Serin, sans tambour ni trompette, mais qui livre la marchandise, et qui m'a fait sentir que je venais d'assister a de quoi de special en sortant.