A Change of Seasons, for me. That song slays!!!!!
BTW--- Happy New Year Everyone! :)
Dream Theater never set out to be mainstream. They're still the biggest band you never heard of. This way they got a large part of the Grammy experience, which must be very cool! I thought they all looked very nice and represented their families, friends & fans very well. Obla-di, obla-da :)
Marillion - Don't Hurt Yourself (letting Marbles just play all the way thru...)
Got a cassette tape from a friend in '92, it was Images & Words. He thought I needed a 'pick-me-up' from what could have been one of the worst times of my life. That album pulled me IN...they had me at "Lost". Awed and rather obsessed, I absorbed every small fragment of that album, rode to work every day listening to it, exercised with it and DT, from then on became a positive part of my new-found life.
[quote=Tony Sarrio]My name is Tony Sarrio, I have been a fan for over 20 years. I first met the band when i worked at Hammerjacks a very long time ago. I am having a very serious high risk surgery Wed. Oct.26 and i had to see you guys. This was my one wish before the operation and it was a great wish!! [/quote]
Hammerjacks, Baltimore, MD - Images & Tour '93
Hammerjacks, Baltimore, MD - Waking Up The World '94
^ my 1st & 2nd DT shows.
Saw lots of great bands there. Very Sorry to see the place go.
Best of Luck, Tony. Hope all goes well with your surgery & recovery.