Wow. Not a yard would be gained against that defense.
I was close to putting Shawn Springs on my list. He was always one of my brother's favorites.
I just can't do this. Only 5?! I've got to split it up with offense and defense then. Only players we were alive to watch?
1) Ted Ginn Jr.
2) Braxton Miller
3) Troy Smith
4) Eddie George
( with honorable mention to Joey Galloway, who was my very first "favorite" Buckeye. )
1) AJ Hawk
2) Joey Bosa
3) Ryan Shazier
4) Antoine Winfield
5) Andy Katzenmoyer
( no doubt Spielman and Tatum would be on my list if I was just a few years older.)
That's a great list! I think that's pretty close to mine. If I was capable of narrowing it down to just 5.
One of my favorite albums. February Stars! Such an underrated song.
I'll never forget the day the music video for Monkey Wrench premiered. It was a strange day in music history. A bunch of my friends and I raced home after school to watch it. There were like 8 of us gathered around one TV. The video came on, it was awesome, we all cheered. And then, immediately after they premiered the first Hanson video for MmBop. We were all just dumbstruck. Jaws dropped. What the hell is this? Is this a joke? Who are these chicks?
In my mind, that was the day that started the transition of top 40 radio phasing out angsty Rock music and phasing in Pop. and for the most part, it's pretty much been that way ever since.
Man. I wish I could afford to live there. I'm having some seriously debilitating health issues every time it rains, the past few years in Nashville. I am currently on day 6 of 6 straight days in bed, barely able to walk, just dreaming of sunshine.
Santa Barbara seems perfect. Not too hot, not too cold and right on the ocean. Is Santa Barbara about as far North as you can go and it still not rain very much? I'm looking for 20 inches or less a year, without having to live in the heat of the desert.
Guys, that's not Prince. That's Conchita Wurst, the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest Champion from Austria. ...but don't tell anyone that I know that...
I don't know 100% but I think if you sample something, you have to give credit or you'll get sued. The only reason you could get away with it, is if you didn't make any money off of your music, so it just didn't come to the attention of any publishers, licensing companies or PRO organizations.
Yeah, literally every blues song boils down to the exact same chord progression. There is only one. It's called "The 12 Bar Blues". Basically, all of the blues and classic rock guitar Heros out there simply mastered soloing over that one chord progression. It's why so many guys can just sit in on a jam session and start improvising brilliantly. All they need to know is what the key is, and then you know it's going to be the 1, 4, and 5 chords of that key, in the same order that they always are.
My composition teacher in college used to write out music, jingles, and catch phrases in notation for his lawyer buddy to use as evidence in copyright infringement cases. I didn't think you could write out the human speaking voice in notation, but then he proved it to me by notating out Tony the Tiger saying, "Thaaaaaaaaaat's Grrrreat!" He said it gets pretty ridiculous in those cases.
But any way, he also told me that the only things you could copyright, from a song, that will hold up in court, are lyrics and melody. This Led Zeppelin case is dealing with neither. I mean, there are only 7 chords and 7 notes per Key. And most pop music only uses 4, sometimes 5 of those chords. There are only so many different combinations you can do before things get repetitive.
Ha! I show that Axis Of Awesome video to all of my music students when I'm teaching them beginner song writing. It's seriously part of my curriculum!
You can't copyright a chromatic walk down. It's just a staple of music and has been since Bach. The only thing you can copyright is lyrics and melody. Chord progressions don't count, and this basically boils down to just a chord progression. Although it's definitely very similar. Same rhythm in the same key even. But , if anything, I would guess Led Zeppelin's version is a little more likely to be able to be copyrighted because Jimmy Paige took that chromatic walk down and added a bit of a counter melody on the high E string. There's not much melody there but there's a lot more than Spirit's version.
Man, what a group of quarterbacks. All of them legends in their own right.
Haha, Claaaaaaassic Tyvis.
I really want to like Curry but I struggle with it, because of the media coverage. As a guy who first got into basketball because of Lebron, it's tough when a new guy comes along and steals all the glory from your favorite player. Now, I know how Kobe fans felt when Lebron came along and dethroned him. It sucks.
If I don't have a dog in the fight, it's easy for me to just appreciate greatness, but it's tough when Curry and his team are constantly used to criticize Lebron and the Cavs.
Curry has done nothing deserving of hate. In fact, I loved him back when the Cavs were crappy, and before the Warriors turned into a rolling death machine. But now they're a huge threat to my championship hopes and dreams.
Exactly. This is the same reason other people hate Lebron. As well as Tebow and some of the other athletes that get non stop media coverage. It's not the players faults. 24 hour tv and radio and internet sports coverage, gets Really repetitive, Really fast. Just like a tv commercial you laughed at the first couple times you saw it, and now it makes you want to pull your hair out. Over exposure.
Ugg, even in 1928 Nike was effing up our tradition.
whoa! how did you get that job? i want to do that too, that sounds great.
I have a good Phil Keaggy story!
When I was in high school, I had tickets to go see him at a church somewhere in his hometown, (I forget where). I had just gotten out of the hospital and was in rough shape, on meds and unable to drive, so my sister drove me down there and we watched him play. We got to sit in the front row, and at one point he saw my sister yawn, and he made a joke about it from stage.
well, about 5 or 6 years ago, my old band was playing at a festival that Phil Keaggy was also playing at, and I was hanging around the green room while he was there. He's a super humble and approachable guy. Kind of just a good natured, Hobbit type of guy. You'd never know he was a big deal, if you met him. So I go up to talk to him, and tell him how one of his finger style albums inspired me, and tell him about the time he embarrassed my sister. Well, He actually remembered us and that whole story! it blew my mind. I thought he was super cool, and I was just standing there gushing over him, generally being a fanboy, as you do. And then an older guy comes up and starts out fan boying me. He goes " Phil, you might not remember me, but we played some shows together in the 70's and I've always been just a huuuuge fan..." It was the lead singer from Foreigner! I started laughing because here this guy was, probably way more famous than Phil Keaggy, yet he was gushing over him even more than I was. And everyone there was looking at him like, "Whoa, who's that little hobbit guy? He must be a big deal..."
Holy Crap, that first slide solo was unbelievable! so tasteful, and lyrical, but also so intense. wow.
now you're getting deep on us.
Duane Allman has cool tone, because he's so good with that slide
good call on Dick Dale! talk about instantly recognizable tone.