Guitar Messages by Tom Callagy

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  1. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 49 Hits · 6/12/2005 1:51 PM
    Speaking of jazzy stuff, most Eastwood's non Dirty Harry movies & Steve McQueen films had great soundtracks. Especially "Misty" & "Bullitt".
  2. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 67 Hits · 12/28/2004 1:08 PM
    I usually listen to the Beatles. There is no more upbeat stuff than their early stuff. Beach Boys are good also.
  3. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Announcements Forum · 94 Hits · 11/1/2004 3:46 PM
    Check out www.happytheman.com New CD just released! These guys are prog/rock/jazz. Topnotch musicianship! Their site has samples of the new & old stuff as well as some concert footage. Back in the 80's they were auditioned by Peter Gabriel t...(more)
  4. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 59 Hits · 10/4/2004 2:41 PM
    I've been putting some polish on Bookends by Paul Simon (love that tune), just getting the speed & accuracy down so I can sing to it. Also, Steve Howe's Mood For A Day.
  5. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 85 Hits · 9/22/2004 2:37 PM
    I saw Doyle w/Hayley last month at a Taylor workshop as well. He was very good. He did his take on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" ( Harrison), which brought tears to my eyes. Also did an original tune thet morphed into "Yellow" by Coldplay. Very...(more)
  6. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 58 Hits · 9/17/2004 1:17 PM
    1. Abbey Road- Beatles 2. Peter Gabriel- 1st 3. Steven Stills- 1st 4. Poco- Poco 5. Led Zeppelin- III 6. Neil Young- Eveybody Knows etc. 7. Genesis- Selling England etc. 8. Jimi Hendrix- Are You Experienced? 9. John Mayall- Turning Point 10. Si...(more)
  7. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 129 Hits · 5/24/2004 2:59 PM
    I really enjoy his work on the "UK" albums.
  8. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 87 Hits · 5/21/2004 12:11 PM
    McCartney- Maybe I'm Amazed (Studio Version) Lennon- I found Out Harrison- I'd Have You Anytime Starr- BacK Off Boogaloo
  9. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 86 Hits · 5/14/2004 10:36 AM
    1. Breakfast in America-Supertramp 2.Goodbye Yellow Brick..-Elton 3. 4. 5. #9 Dream -Lennon 6. I am The Walrus-Beatles 7. Rocky Racoon-Beatles 8. Life's Been Good - walsh 9. 25 or 6-Chicago 10.
  10. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 60 Hits · 4/17/2004 5:07 PM
    How things have changed. I remember driving cross country when I was a kid & The Beatles or the Stones came on the radio...my Dad would change the station...he liked Motown tho...which was cool.....now he has to shop to the very music he did...(more)
  11. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 35 Hits · 4/17/2004 4:49 PM
    subscribe I shall to only this the beat is only a tempo crisp but the strings will compose a vocal that can only be verbose
  12. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 71 Hits · 4/17/2004 4:36 PM
    What the hell is going on? Dylan is pushing bras(Victoria's Secret), Elton is playing Vegas, & Led Zep is selling Cadillac. A friend of mine says it's cool, because the music we grew up with is playing while he loads his groceries......I say...(more)
  13. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 42 Hits · 4/17/2004 4:19 PM
    Yeh, I saw them live in Phoenix on a "Where the action is" show/concert.....Ian Whitcomb, the monkees, Bobby Sherman (ugh), Lou Christie ( Lighting's stricking!). Great show....well sorta. Paul Revere was good. The teardrop bass was great. I wan...(more)
  14. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 42 Hits · 4/17/2004 4:07 PM
    See we blind all the time wondering why we think were tied
  15. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 44 Hits · 4/17/2004 8:55 AM
    Paul Revere & the Raiders: Just Like Me, Good Thing, & kicks!!!!
  16. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 107 Hits · 4/17/2004 8:41 AM
    Free yourself don't say no, say yes be yourself be more not less.
  17. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 39 Hits · 4/1/2004 10:53 AM
    Somebody that has had the pleasure of hearinh Happy! I would have to say that along with Coco, they had 2 other fine drummers in Mike Beck & Ron Riddle. New album coming out soon!
  18. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 50 Hits · 3/25/2004 10:08 AM
    Skynyrd is too predictable for me. Young has done everything, folk, blues, grunge, pop, & good ol r&r! Great songwriter & an example of playing what he wants the way he wants it.
  19. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 65 Hits · 3/25/2004 9:44 AM
    I feel Zep I,II,III, & IV are equally good with my fave being III. If you want to hear the best cross section of Zep, get the DVD! Unbounded R&R, & Plants voice is more tolerable since it doesn't sound like a little girl.
  20. Tom Callagy (1865)
    Artists Forum · 39 Hits · 3/17/2004 9:57 AM
    Some of my favorites & crowd pleasers: Hide Your Love Away-Beatles The Boxer-Simon & Garfunkle Losing My Religion-REM Blackbird-Beatles Bell Bottom Blues-Derek & Dominoes Sweet Caroline-Neil Diamond Sweet Baby James-James Taylor Sol...(more)