9 thoughts on “ Pain Train - The Guess Who - Live At The Paramount (Vinyl, Album, LP) ”

  1. May 22,  · The August reissue of Live at the Paramount on the Buddha label has 13 songs, the whole 75 minutes of music from the first of two shows, and provides the best explanation of how the Guess Who endured as a major concert draw years after their biggest hits were behind them; when they were spot-on, as they were that night, they gave an exciting show.
  2. item 2 The Guess Who Live at the Paramount [Bonus Tracks] (CD, Apr, Buddah) 1 - The Guess Who Live at the Paramount [Bonus Tracks] (CD, Apr, Buddah) $ Free shipping.
  3. Pain Train Lyrics: Train, coming too fast / Pain, is it really going to last / And you still refuse to see / We love the dollar more than the collar / That Daddy used to wear / We love to holler more.
  4. Song: Pain Train (Cummings, Winter) Artist: The Guess Who Album: So Long Bannatyne () & Live At The Paramount () Tabber: Nick Gray email: [email protected] Tuning: Standard (EADGBE) Heres another great Guess Who song that is not really known too well. I've got most of the rhythm part down, but the only thing that's missing is the solo. The guitars are slightly distorted, untill the.
  5. Song: Pain Train (Cummings, Winter) Artist: The Guess Who Album: So Long Bannatyne () & Live At The Paramount () Tabber: Nick Gray email: [email protected] Tuning: Standard (EADGBE) Heres another great Guess Who song that is not really known too well.
  6. Live at the Paramount is an excellent live album released by The Guess Who in This was after Randy Bachman (Bachman Turner Overdrive) Best of B.T.O.: Remastered Hits, had left the group and Kurt Winter and Donnie McDougall took over the guitar work/5(3).
  7. release. Classic rock giants, Artist, are back with their first studio album of new material in over 30 years. Features what could be the most rockin' line-up of the band since it's '60s heyday, anchored by original GW drummer Garry Peterson along with vocalist Derek Sharp, superstar bassist Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot/Ozzy), guitarist Will Evankovich, and multi-instrumentalist Leonard Shaw.
  8. Song information for Pain Train - The Guess Who on AllMusic. Song information for Pain Train - The Guess Who on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Guess Who. So Long, Bannatyne. Iconoclassic:
  9. Jan 22,  · The Guess Who just released an expanded version of Live at the Paramount. The new disc features new liner notes and photos, plus six bonus tracks, for a total of 75 minutes of great music. Originally recorded over two nights at the Seattle venue, this album dispelled any previous notions that they were `just a pop band.'.

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