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#21 stoopid

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Posted 27 November 2013 - 11:52 AM

I'm very tempted to buy the disc but will preview the whole album first...


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Posted 27 November 2013 - 01:32 PM

That's the best release of the last 4 or 5. I still have no idea how he produces such a voluminous amount of music. The guy is creative and man, can he play.


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Posted 19 December 2014 - 05:04 PM

http://music.bucketheadpikes.com/ has Pikes #1-#90 on sale this weekend for only TWO BUCKS apiece!  
 
If you wish to buy any, you can check out the full album on youtube before buying (most are uploaded).
 

also reviews can be found here

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Posted 28 September 2017 - 11:59 AM

Seeing Buckethead has been on my "bucket" list for awhile. Flew to Salt Lake City last Sunday. Hiked for a couple days and saw Buckethead play Tuesday night. Complete weirdo for sure. But the word virtuoso does not do him justice. Simply incredible whether it be some of his experimental work or playing some of his more emotive pieces. Just uploaded this to youtube for any other Buckethead fans here.

 

https://youtu.be/pZJ2XeyVWhU


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#25 chemistry1973

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Posted 28 September 2017 - 02:10 PM

I'm very tempted to buy the disc but will preview the whole album first...


They made it available for free a couple years back. I have it- it's pretty cool!

#26 Peter Griffin

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Posted 28 September 2017 - 04:12 PM

Seeing Buckethead has been on my "bucket" list for awhile. Flew to Salt Lake City last Sunday. Hiked for a couple days and saw Buckethead play Tuesday night. Complete weirdo for sure. But the word virtuoso does not do him justice. Simply incredible whether it be some of his experimental work or playing some of his more emotive pieces. Just uploaded this to youtube for any other Buckethead fans here.

https://youtu.be/pZJ2XeyVWhU


Very cool, GW! Thanks. BTW, how did you figure out the title of the song? That's originally a Praxis tune, btw, and I'm surprised a casual fan would know it. Glad you got to see him!

You are also fortunate to be on the West coast. It's been a LONG time since Bucket has toured with a real band, and on top of it you got to see Brain play with him (he can be as much fun to watch as Buckethead at times). So far this tour is only hitting the West coast and I'm hoping they head out East in my neck of the woods.

I frequent the Buckethead messageboard (Buckethead.tk on proboards) and it's funny how you hear the same type of complaints about setlists that you'd hear about Rush.

It's also funny to see my posts about Pikes 1-90 being on sale for $2. They have another $2 sale going on currently, but we are up to Pike #272!

http://bucketheadpikes.com/

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Posted 28 September 2017 - 05:17 PM

Very cool, GW! Thanks. BTW, how did you figure out the title of the song? That's originally a Praxis tune, btw, and I'm surprised a casual fan would know it. Glad you got to see him!

You are also fortunate to be on the West coast. It's been a LONG time since Bucket has toured with a real band, and on top of it you got to see Brain play with him (he can be as much fun to watch as Buckethead at times). So far this tour is only hitting the West coast and I'm hoping they head out East in my neck of the woods.

I frequent the Buckethead messageboard (Buckethead.tk on proboards) and it's funny how you hear the same type of complaints about setlists that you'd hear about Rush.

It's also funny to see my posts about Pikes 1-90 being on sale for $2. They have another $2 sale going on currently, but we are up to Pike #272!

http://bucketheadpikes.com/

 

I'm near you. Flew from Toronto because that was the only show that really worked for me and I love hiking in Utah. I also wanted to see him with Brain and Brewer rather than the backing tracks. You're right, Brain was awesome. And so was Brewer playing War Pigs on the bass! I've got more stuff to upload.

 

I've dug pretty deep into his stuff. Loved a few tracks off of the Transmutation album by Praxis. Interestingly, he doesn't play anything off of the Pikes series. It's all his early stuff. Was really disappointed not to get Soothsayer which he played the show before. The only other guy I've seen where the playing looks as effortless and the guitar as a third appendage was Billy Gibbons. Totally different styles. 

 

I will definitely try and see him again. There were maybe 500 people there. Best way to see someone.


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