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Topic: NIACIN
Posted By: prog4me
Subject: NIACIN
Date Posted: June 13 2004 at 13:47

 I JUST PICKED UP THE LIVE CD OF NIACIN-BLOOD,SWEAT AND BEERS.

THIS IS MY FIRST NIACIN CD AND I REALLY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT,AFTER LISTENENG TO IT I FOUND IT TO SAY THE LEAST"INTERESTING".

THE MUSICIANS ARE TOP RATE ESPECIALLY THE BASSIST-BILLY SHEEHAN, BEING FROM MY HOMETOWN(BUFFALO,N.Y. USA) I HAD TO GIVE THEM A TRY.I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR ANY COMMENTS FROM ANYONE HERE AT PROGARCHIVES.PEACE TO ALL!

PROG4ME

 




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Posted By: Certif1ed
Date Posted: June 13 2004 at 13:50
Billiy Sheehan is a superb bassist - thanks for the heads up, I'll check it out!


Posted By: diddy
Date Posted: June 13 2004 at 14:26
Hey,
I own the live album "Blood, sweat and beers" for some time now and I really love it.
It's a kind of ELP but more in the Jazzrock/Fusion corner. But regarding the Lineup it really is more Fusion. But it sounds really great and interesting...
if you have the chance, check it out...


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Posted By: Dan Bobrowski
Date Posted: June 13 2004 at 18:47
Niacin are an amazing fusion group. Defintely something to check out.

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Posted By: dropForge
Date Posted: June 13 2004 at 18:59

Niacin's awesome! But you need the DVD, which has 5 tunes not on the CD (which, in turn, has 1 tune not on the DVD...3 if you count the CD reissue)!

Billy Sheehan and Dennis Chambers are badass muthafuqqas!



Posted By: Dick Heath
Date Posted: June 14 2004 at 06:42

See my message in Announcement's about Niacin's John Novello's new solo project.

Nice cover of Krimson's "Red" on Niacin's "Time Crunch", with a interesting psychedelic fade out, as well as  Hammer/Beck (that is Jan and Jeff, as opposed to any other Hammer and Beck in the music sceneLOL) "Blue Wind".




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