Status Quo Aquostic Live
Status Quo Aquostic Live Complete Show Roundhouse London 22nd October 2014
Great band but this is not my taste I liked that they gave a little change but for people who have know quo since 196something know that for this they were way out of there comfort zone
I love how at 2:47 the fists in the crowd start pumping then they go "oh, oops, it's not that sort of gig, they're playing it different, put yer arm down man"
très surpris et je me suis éclaté à réécouter ces versions que je connais depuis les années 80, c'est vraiment génial même si au début de certaines, j'en perds un peu mon latin cela doit faire environ 2 heures que je l'écoute, trop fort, vous faites partie des groupes mythiques que je continue à écouter encore, que du plus +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
absolutely amazing soul...heart, spirit and rock :)
A band that has often been mocked, but in reality were the best in their day, and here us why.
My first gig was in 1976, Glasgow Apollo, recording the live album, top balcony bouncing, and me on top of it, never got any better.
its the best,ever. this is rock and roll
Still gives me goose bumps when Rick starts playing Caroline live
R.I.P. Rick et merci
Roadhouse blues, The
Roadhouse blues, The wanderer, Maguerita time, Living on an island, Break the rules, Something bout you baby i like, The price of love, Roadhouse blues
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Saludos para mí carnal el GUANDA y a toda la banda de la CORRE.. !! GDL. JAL. MEX.
What an exciting medley! An instant fave! Status Quo is new to me. Just discovered them in December, and I am enjoying song after song...including this one. How is it I never heard of them until now? If not for a friend here in the US who is originally from Sussex, odds are I would not have learned of them. Conversely, I have been a Slade fan since 1974 when I bought "Slayed?" on a lark. I have almost everything they ever made, and I like a lot of British bands.
That said, I hope someone can help me find an answer to a question. Prefacing, I first heard the crowd chant, "Whoa-oa-oa-oa! Whoa-oa-oa-oa!" on Slade Alive 2. It was an intro to the song "We'll Bring the House Down." I thought that crowd chant was unique to Slade. Now, 29 years later since I bought that LP, and while listening to numerous live Quo tracks, I hear the audiences doing the same chant. Question: What is the origin of the chant, or with who is it most associated? Did it start with Slade? Is that actually more of a crowd thing for the Quo? Is that a common chant for several bands from England/UK? Whatever the answer, it seems to be unique to the UK. I sincerely hope someone can assist me with finding the answer.
No matter what the answer, as Noddy Holder would bellow at the top of his lungs, "Keep on rockin'!" Thank you so much for this posting.
That dominant chord lead in to the jig (at 4:20) is so powerfull and demonstrates the power of the chord admirably!.