David Gilmour's string gauges can be purchased as ready-made 'signature' sets from GHS.
It can only be assumed that, as he endorses them, he also uses them ;)
David Gilmour’s Custom Guitar String Gauges
Strat: .010 - .012 – .016 – .028 – .038 – .048
Les Paul: .0105 – .013 – .017 – .030 – .040 – .050
The BeatleBible states that the song expressed Lennon's views of the exploitation of the working class
Lennon was disenchanted with the way he felt workers were used by the upper classes to build wealth, and were “doped with religion and sex and TV” to remain as an underclass.
The same website carries a quotation from Lennon in which he says:
"I hope ...
Frusciante and his lover Toni Oswald were both interested in art, and were fans of the subversive surrealist Marcel Duchamp. They also enjoyed role reversals --dressing up in each other's clothes. The cover of the album is inspired by a self-portrait of Duchamp in drag, as a female alter-ego (anima) named Rrose Selavy. Similarly, John named his female alter-...
It looks like you are looking for "Looking Glass", a 2008 song by Canadian band The Birthday Massacre.
See the video here:
Note: my personal understanding is that the cracks are not due to an abusive relationship with the teacher, but to him teaching noxious beliefs or values (= putting nails into their heads).
I've been listening for 45 years to this song. It's either sounds like a Ferrari or a similar 8 or 12 cylinder European supercar engine. I've got a CD with the sounds of 15 or more Ferrari Engines. That engine does not sound like a American V8. The gear shift on the door doesn't sound like a American Muscle Car. Just too light weight of a sound.
Having a quick look at the Controversies section of Wikipedia's article on the band suggests that neighbors might have any prejudice on seeing that flag. The band courts controversy actively, and their taste for using sarcasm and satire has caused many people to misconstrue the band's message.
Someone unfamiliar with the band, therefore, is more likely to ...
This reminds me of several different songs, of which two are the closest matches:
The same chords and rhythm are in the intro and the chorus of Broken Bells "The Ghost Inside" (very different sound and production).
The chords, rhythm and melody are all similar (but not the same) in Martin Sexton's "My Maria&...
In addition to the change in structure, the solo you're referring to was written and performed by Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, which would definitely mark it off as distinct-sounding from the rest of the track. This fact is well known by fans but I couldn't find a super reliable looking source.
According to the wikipedia entry about the 'No rest for the Wicked tour' the song did not feature on the tour.
On a fan website, "ysis2" offers this explanation
I think this song kinda correlated to the John McCollum suicide
lawsuit brought against Ozzy around 1987 (Another similar situation
around this time occurred with Judas Priest where they ...
Unloved - Guilty of Love
minor and major sections
Song name has two (important) words, first is a little longer
vaguely similar to "No Tale To Tell"
ambiguity between song and artist name
Came out in 2015
There are some performances where he mentions the key which the songs will be in im fairly certain he learned through more experienced people early on and soon has his own thing going. Hendrix knew the foundations