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Old 11-26-2016, 10:25 PM
rastus rastus is offline
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Default rock and roll like it's meant to be

I stumbled across this Sonics live concert from last year on youtube.

Dusty Watson (Dick Dale) on drums and the bass player is not the original guy, but the rest are original members. Eddie Vedder and some other guest s.

These guys still have it.

I hope everybody's having a great Thanksgiving weekend.
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Default Re: rock and roll like it's meant to be

The old boys showing the young-ins what it's all about!
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