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CMB Concert Of The Week: Queen – Live at Wembley Stadium, Dec. 07, 1986   Leave a comment

…if there’s another great band whose concerts were some of the best in the world, they still wouldn’t compare to that of English legends Queen. This week takes us to London’s iconic Wembley Stadium from December 1986…so sit back and enjoy the music! 🙂

Posted February 2, 2014 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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CMB Concert Of The Week: Pink Floyd – 1989, Nassau Coliseum – Long Island, N.Y.   Leave a comment

…with the arrival of 2014 comes the first concert of the week; this week’s concert comes to us from Pink Floyd’s 1989 tour stop in Long Island at the venerable Nassau Coliseum, so sit back, relax and enjoy the music! 🙂

Posted January 5, 2014 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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CMB Concert Of The Week: Jethro Tull – Live At The London Hippodrome (Oct. 2, 1977)   1 comment

After taking a week off to honor our veterans, this week’s concert takes us to the London Hippodrome in 1977 and Jethro Tull, so sit back, relax and enjoy! 🙂

Posted November 17, 2013 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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CMB Concert Of The Week: A Night With Lou Reed, 1983   Leave a comment

Lou Reed was one of the seminal figures in American rock music and he will be sorely missed in the music world…rest in peace, Lou. 😦

Posted October 27, 2013 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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CMB Concert Of The Week: Styx – Live in Concert, 1976 & 1978   Leave a comment

Just think, it’s a two-fer of concerts…first, Styx from 1976 and then, concert from 1978. 🙂

Posted October 20, 2013 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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CMB Concert Of The Week: The Alan Parsons Project, Line in Madrid 2004   Leave a comment

With Season 4 of The Walking Dead beginning tonight, I almost forgot to look for a concert to post for this week…but I think I found an awfully good one for this week, so sit back and enjoy this 2004 concert by The Alan Parsons Project. 🙂

Posted October 13, 2013 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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CMB Concert Of The Week: The Doobie Brothers – Santa Barbara, Ca., 1982   Leave a comment

As I watch this concert by the Doobie Brothers, I can’t help but wonder: why can’t we have music such as this nowadays?
Would someone explain that bit of operant logic, please?

Posted October 6, 2013 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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