Dan Q - All Inst and Vocals - Happy Birthday John Paul Jones )LED ZEPPELIN ) During his time as a session player, Jones often crossed paths with guitarist Jimmy Page,[18] a fellow session veteran. In June 1966, Page joined The Yardbirds, and in 1967 Jones contributed to that band's Little Games album. The following winter, during the sessions for Donovan's The Hurdy Gurdy Man, Jones expressed to Page a desire to be part of any projects the guitarist might be planning.[19] Later that year, The Yardbirds disbanded, leaving Page and bassist Chris Dreja to complete previously booked Yardbirds dates in Scandinavia. Before a new band could be assembled, Dreja left to take up photography. Jones, at the suggestion of his wife,[16] asked Page about the vacant position, and the guitarist eagerly invited Jones to collaborate. Page later explained: I was working at the sessions for Donovan's Hurdy Gurdy Man, and John Paul Jones was looking after the musical arrangements. During a break, he asked me if I could use a bass player in the new group I was forming. He had a proper music training, and he had quite brilliant ideas. I jumped at the chance of getting him.[20] Vocalist Robert Plant and drummer John Bonham joined the two to form a quartet. Initially dubbed the "New Yardbirds" for the Scandinavian dates, the band soon became known as Led Zeppelin. Contribution to the band[edit] Derivative of Jones's triquetra sigil used in the untitled album commonly known as Led Zeppelin IV Jones was responsible for the classic bass lines of the group, notably those in "Ramble On" and "The Lemon Song" (Led Zeppelin II), and shifting time signatures, such as those in "Black Dog" (Led Zeppelin IV). As half of Led Zeppelin's rhythm section with drummer John Bonham, Jones shared an appreciation for funk and soul rhythmic grooves which strengthened and enhanced their musical affinity.[21] In an interview he gave to Global Bass magazine, Jones remarked on this common musical interest: Yeah, we were both huge Motown and Stax fans and general soul music fans, James Brown fan. Which is one of the reasons why I've always said that Zeppelin was one of the few bands to "swing". We actually had a groove in those days. People used to come to our shows and dance, which was great. To see all the women dancing, it was really brilliant. You didn't necessarily see that at a Black Sabbath show or whatever: So we were different in that way. We were a groovy band. We used all our black pop music influences as a key to the rock that went over the top.[22] After retiring his Fender Jazz Bass (which he had been using since his days with The Shadows in the early 1960s) from touring in 1975, Jones switched to using custom-designed Alembic basses[23] while touring. However, he still preferred to use the Jazz Bass in the studio and in an interview for Elixir Strings, he mentioned that he still has the bass to this day.[24] Jones' keyboard skills added an eclectic dimension that realised Led Zeppelin as more than just a hard rock band. Keyboard highlights include the delicate "The Rain Song" (Houses of the Holy) played on a Mellotron; the funky "Trampled Under Foot", played on a Clavinet (Physical Graffiti); and the eastern scales of "Kashmir", also played on a Mellotron (also on Physical Graffiti). In live performances, Jones' keyboard showpiece was "No Quarter", often lasting for up to half-an-hour and sometimes including snatches of "Amazing Grace", Joaquín Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez", which had inspired Miles Davis' Sketches of Spain, and variations of classical pieces by composers such as Rachmaninoff. Jones' diverse contributions to the group extended to the use of other instruments, including an unusual triple-necked acoustic instrument consisting of a six and a twelve string guitar, and a mandolin. Jones often used bass pedals to supplement the band's sound while he was playing keyboards and mandolin. On the band's 1977 tour of the United States, Jones would sing lead vocals on "The Battle of Evermore," filling in for Sandy Denny, who had sung on the studio version. Profile[edit] While all members of Led Zeppelin had a reputation for off-stage excess (a label that has been claimed was exaggerated),[25] Jones was widely seen as the most quiet and reserved member of the group.[26][27] For his part, Jones has claimed that he had just as much fun on the road as his bandmates but was more discreet about it,[10] stating "I did more drugs than I care to remember. I just did it quietly."[16] Benoit Gautier, an employee of Atlantic Records in France, echoed this impression, stating that "The wisest guy in Led Zeppelin was John Paul Jones. Why? He never got caught in an embarrassing situation."[10] In an interview, Jones explained that fame with Led Zeppelin was not something that he ever became preoccupied with: Not really; I'd done it all before ... I would like to think that I wasn't too stupid either. I tried to stay out of the drift of the rock star's path, mainly because I needed my sanity and freedom on the road. So generally, I used to check out of the hotel, and then get out on the street. I'd go walking ... I'm not as recognisable as Plant and Page. Plus, I used to change my appearance all the time just to make sure I wasn't as recognisable ... Generally, I'm pretty quickly into the shadows ... I once read the Beatles did a whole tour of America and never left their hotel rooms. And I thought, "I can't see the point of travelling around the world and not seeing anything."[16] However, following exhausting tours and extended periods of time away from his family, by late 1973 Jones was beginning to show signs of disillusionment. He considered quitting Led Zeppelin to spend more time with his family, and possibly to take up the position of choirmaster of Winchester Cathedral, but was talked into returning by the band's manager, Peter Grant.[28] Jones later explained his reservations: I didn't want to harm the group, but I didn't want my family to fall apart either. We toured a huge amount in those early days. We were all very tired and under pressure and it just came to a head. When I first joined the band, I didn't think it would go on for that long, two or three years perhaps, and then I'd carry on with my career as a musician and doing movie music.[8]
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Happy Birthday John Paul Jones )LED ZEPPELIN ) During his time as a session player, Jones often crossed paths with guitarist Jimmy Page,[18] a fellow session veteran. In June 1966, Page joined The Yardbirds, and in 1967 Jones contributed to that band's Little Games album. The following winter, during the sessions for Donovan's The Hurdy Gurdy Man, Jones expressed to Page a desire to be part of any projects the guitarist might be planning.[19] Later that year, The Yardbirds disbanded, leaving Page and bassist Chris Dreja to complete previously booked Yardbirds dates in Scandinavia. Before a new band could be assembled, Dreja left to take up photography. Jones, at the suggestion of his wife,[16] asked Page about the vacant position, and the guitarist eagerly invited Jones to collaborate. Page later explained: I was working at the sessions for Donovan's Hurdy Gurdy Man, and John Paul Jones was looking after the musical arrangements. During a break, he asked me if I could use a bass player in the new group I was forming. He had a proper music training, and he had quite brilliant ideas. I jumped at the chance of getting him.[20] Vocalist Robert Plant and drummer John Bonham joined the two to form a quartet. Initially dubbed the "New Yardbirds" for the Scandinavian dates, the band soon became known as Led Zeppelin. Contribution to the band[edit] Derivative of Jones's triquetra sigil used in the untitled album commonly known as Led Zeppelin IV Jones was responsible for the classic bass lines of the group, notably those in "Ramble On" and "The Lemon Song" (Led Zeppelin II), and shifting time signatures, such as those in "Black Dog" (Led Zeppelin IV). As half of Led Zeppelin's rhythm section with drummer John Bonham, Jones shared an appreciation for funk and soul rhythmic grooves which strengthened and enhanced their musical affinity.[21] In an interview he gave to Global Bass magazine, Jones remarked on this common musical interest: Yeah, we were both huge Motown and Stax fans and general soul music fans, James Brown fan. Which is one of the reasons why I've always said that Zeppelin was one of the few bands to "swing". We actually had a groove in those days. People used to come to our shows and dance, which was great. To see all the women dancing, it was really brilliant. You didn't necessarily see that at a Black Sabbath show or whatever: So we were different in that way. We were a groovy band. We used all our black pop music influences as a key to the rock that went over the top.[22] After retiring his Fender Jazz Bass (which he had been using since his days with The Shadows in the early 1960s) from touring in 1975, Jones switched to using custom-designed Alembic basses[23] while touring. However, he still preferred to use the Jazz Bass in the studio and in an interview for Elixir Strings, he mentioned that he still has the bass to this day.[24] Jones' keyboard skills added an eclectic dimension that realised Led Zeppelin as more than just a hard rock band. Keyboard highlights include the delicate "The Rain Song" (Houses of the Holy) played on a Mellotron; the funky "Trampled Under Foot", played on a Clavinet (Physical Graffiti); and the eastern scales of "Kashmir", also played on a Mellotron (also on Physical Graffiti). In live performances, Jones' keyboard showpiece was "No Quarter", often lasting for up to half-an-hour and sometimes including snatches of "Amazing Grace", Joaquín Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez", which had inspired Miles Davis' Sketches of Spain, and variations of classical pieces by composers such as Rachmaninoff. Jones' diverse contributions to the group extended to the use of other instruments, including an unusual triple-necked acoustic instrument consisting of a six and a twelve string guitar, and a mandolin. Jones often used bass pedals to supplement the band's sound while he was playing keyboards and mandolin. On the band's 1977 tour of the United States, Jones would sing lead vocals on "The Battle of Evermore," filling in for Sandy Denny, who had sung on the studio version. Profile[edit] While all members of Led Zeppelin had a reputation for off-stage excess (a label that has been claimed was exaggerated),[25] Jones was widely seen as the most quiet and reserved member of the group.[26][27] For his part, Jones has claimed that he had just as much fun on the road as his bandmates but was more discreet about it,[10] stating "I did more drugs than I care to remember. I just did it quietly."[16] Benoit Gautier, an employee of Atlantic Records in France, echoed this impression, stating that "The wisest guy in Led Zeppelin was John Paul Jones. Why? He never got caught in an embarrassing situation."[10] In an interview, Jones explained that fame with Led Zeppelin was not something that he ever became preoccupied with: Not really; I'd done it all before ... I would like to think that I wasn't too stupid either. I tried to stay out of the drift of the rock star's path, mainly because I needed my sanity and freedom on the road. So generally, I used to check out of the hotel, and then get out on the street. I'd go walking ... I'm not as recognisable as Plant and Page. Plus, I used to change my appearance all the time just to make sure I wasn't as recognisable ... Generally, I'm pretty quickly into the shadows ... I once read the Beatles did a whole tour of America and never left their hotel rooms. And I thought, "I can't see the point of travelling around the world and not seeing anything."[16] However, following exhausting tours and extended periods of time away from his family, by late 1973 Jones was beginning to show signs of disillusionment. He considered quitting Led Zeppelin to spend more time with his family, and possibly to take up the position of choirmaster of Winchester Cathedral, but was talked into returning by the band's manager, Peter Grant.[28] Jones later explained his reservations: I didn't want to harm the group, but I didn't want my family to fall apart either. We toured a huge amount in those early days. We were all very tired and under pressure and it just came to a head. When I first joined the band, I didn't think it would go on for that long, two or three years perhaps, and then I'd carry on with my career as a musician and doing movie music.[8]
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We invite you to our July 4th concert! DonDon on the Box, Queenie on Drums... CHEERS!
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Lock Down Jam Wharf Rat Cover
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The Lock-Down Trio, Three in E Queenie on DRUMS Don Don on the BOX CHEERS!
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MONKEY TIME Happy Birthday to BOZ SCAGGS 1944 American singer, songwriter, and guitarist Boz Scaggs, who was a member of The Marksmen with Steve Miller, The Wigs, and as a solo artist had the 1976 US No.3 single 'Lowdown', and the 1977 US No.11 and UK No.13 single 'Lido Shuffle'.
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Happy Birthday to: John Cameron Fogerty is an American musician, singer, and songwriter. Together with Doug Clifford, Stu Cook, and his brother Tom Fogerty, he founded the band Creedence Clearwater Revival, for which he was the lead singer, lead guitarist, and principal songwriter
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Happy Birthday, Miles Dewey Davis III was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th-century music. Davis adopted a variety of musical directions in a five-decade career that kept him at the forefront of many major stylistic developments in jazz. A collab with Steve Jones. Cheers!!!
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Happy Birthday to: Stevie Nicks American singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks, from Fleetwood Mac who scored the 1987 UK No.5 single 'Little Lies' and 1977 US No.1 single 'Dreams', taken from the world-wide No.1 album Rumours. She scored the solo, 1981 US No.1 & UK No.11 album Bella Donna, and the 1989 hit single 'Rooms On Fire'. Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac in 1975 along with her then boyfriend, Lindsey Buckingham.
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A Very Happy Birthday to BOB DYLAN... My Tribute to the awakening bard of our days. CHEEERSZSZSZ!
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21 PEPE'S My Grandpa's band from a 78 RPM Disc Croak you VEEEEEERY MUCH It's HABBENING! [CROAK]
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Cheer up, The End Is Neigh! Pigs On The Wing My cover from the Pink Floyd album Animals. OINK YOU VERY MUCH!
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https://www.reverbnation.com/main/charts?geo=global&genre=jam&page=1 Follow on Reverbnation?? https://www.reverbnation.com/danqu Cheers!
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Them Deep Ellum Blues
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Rights
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Tell Lie Vision Blues 2020
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New Yorkers are now asked to wear a mask...Here is mine. Cheers!
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Happy Easter, Folks!!
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PIGS
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I Will Walk Alone... Social Distancing... CHEERS!
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On Broadway.. Cheers!
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co vid-19 HUSH Cheers! Be smart and keep safe! DanQ & Queenie
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HAPPY BLUES THURSDAY, STIG & ALL!!! The Fake News Blues. Abandon cable TV! Do your own research.Cheers to all of you woke artists! DanQ
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Sometimes A King... My music & digital art
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One for Queenie... Funny Valentines Happy V-Day... Our 18th Anniversary
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I Play The Blues 'Cause The Blues Makes You Feel So Good
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Money For Nothing, Dire Straits cover.. Cheers!
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My home town.. A beautiful area to live in. My version of "Lovin' In My Baby's Eyes" We hope that you enjoy!!! Q & Queenie
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Poke Salat A real fun tune in E
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birdsong
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Let us hope for the safety of our friends Down Under! DanQ with KILRUSH, "New South Wales" A red hot tune, these days. Is it climate change or something else?? DanQ
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A slow blues with the crew.
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Broke Down Palace cover Grateful Dead. A sweet lullaby DanQ
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A jingle for my friend Ed and his You Tube Channel. Check out Preppernurse1 on youtube for vital info about how to be prepared for harder times. Cheers!
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Tell-Lie-Vision Blues Grateful Country... Dan Q Guitar Queenie Drums Queen Gloria, Bass Queen Margaret , Keyboard Peanut.. Floor Cancel your cable TV... Rip that antenna off of your roof. Ignore "HOLLYWOOD".. Think for your self. For your self. Your self. Yeah, you! Cheers, All DanQ Music 2019
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Red Rooster Gloria's
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So What,,, M, Davis A coollab with Stephen Jones! We thank you for listening. Steve,, Guitar DanQ, Drums, Bass, Electric Piano, Cheers & Falictations!
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The bicycle Blues
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A Dose Of The Dead.. MAGA Band Making America Grateful Again CHEERZZZ!
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A jam last night with Queenie on drums, Gloria on Bass, Margaret on Keys and Dan Q on guitar & vocals. A try-out session to see if Margaret could jibe with us.. I think that she sounded most excellent. Cheers! DQ & Make America Grateful Again,,, AKA... MAGA
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More of the show...
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year of the cat cover song
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Geetin' Jiggy wid it!
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A live jam M . T . A . We thank you for a'watchin'! DQ & Kilrush
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Set 3 Mc Gurk's & Encore?>>>!!!
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set 2 Gurk's
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set1 at McGurk's Cheers!DQ & KILRUSH
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Wagon Wheels Etc..
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BL!B DONE
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Live at "Bare Lake", NY Deep Ellem Bloooze.
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Set II Tags
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A local gig last Thursday . Good pay, a great audience & free food. Gotta love Tag's in Big Flats! I an diggin on our folksy sound playing with such fine and dedicated party animal musicians... Cheers to all and all to cheers! DQ
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Join me & Kilrush at ROCK OUT THE DOPE!!! http://ssa.cc/newyork.html DQ
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Midnite Train ta Memphis
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drink the night away ... Band practice. CHEERS!
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Goat of the Sun
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Da Booogie!Dah Boogie, Hahahah!
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tone for John C and hi lovey Bass Playing honey, Lisa.
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These Troubled Times.
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Pimp Hat Blues. An emotion filled minor Blues.. Cheerszsz!
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Thursday Blues Cheers!
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I have been asked by my friend Tim to join his well established band, KILRUSH. They play Celtic Rock. I will be playing Guitar, Bass and Keyboards with them soon. They play out a lot regionally and it looks like a fun band to be in. I am also Tim's barber. Stay tuned for more as we go out and perform, I will make video recordings of our shows. Cheers! https://www.reverbnation.com/kilrush They will call me "Danny-Boy McQueen"
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SET III
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