Doug introduces Ed to some jazz fusion with Billy Cobham, drummer for the Mahavishnu Orchestra. Does it rock? Or is it too jazzy?Share this post:
We react to Race with Devil on Spanish Highway by Al Di Meola. This is pure guitar rock fusion from the 70’s. Does it still hold up?
We react to our second Umphrey’s McGee song. This jam band is one of Ed’s favorites. Can he get Doug on board?
After our last video where we disagreed about the viability of doing an acoustic Rush cover, we decided to try Mike Massé once again. This time, he’s doing a cover of Chicago’s If You Leave Me Now. Do we agree on this one?
We react to an acoustic cover of Rush’s song Limelight by Mike Massé and Jeff Hall. Can two guys pull off Rush? We get into a heated discussion on this one!
We react to 10-year old Taj Farrant playing Gary Moore’s Parisienne Walkways. Did we mention he’s 10? Did we also mention we are going to sell all of our guitars because… why bother?
This is our cover of Mother Goose by Jethro Tull. We always loved this song and tried to be true to the original while still adding a little bit of our own style. We recorded and filmed this in 2018. Figured we’d post it to our new Unhinged Reactions channel 🙂
Have you heard of The Sons of Champlin? Yeah, we haven’t either, but this band, led by Chicago member Bill Champlin, is a ’70’s funk/soul/rock experience. We react to their live performance of Slippery When It’s Wet.
We react to progressive band Marillion playing their song Incommunicado. Is it too keyboard-centric?