Home » Toronto Marlies » Dallas Eakins Interview with Jeff Blair [Audio]
by Declan Kerin
on November 28, 2012
in Toronto Marlies
- 476 Comments
Dallas Eakins stopped by to talk Marlies on the Jeff Blair Show.
You pups should learn to respect your elders.
Fucking right. I wouldn’t send the players into a room full of sharks.
Misty morning, clouds in the sky
Without warning, the wizard walks by
Casting his shadow, weaving his spell
Funny clothes, tinkling bell
Just keeps walking
Spreading his magic
Evil power disappears
Demons worry when the wizard is near
He turns tears into joy
Everyone’s happy when the wizard walks by
Dude gonna Disagree, Ozzie’s best work was with Sabbath. But hey cant go wrong either way
That guy’s on the money.
I think Randy Rhodes blew away anything from Tony Iommi. RR was a true guitar god (may he rest in peace). I will give Sabbath it’s due though….they have their place in history. I seen Ozzy front row floor center stage at the Gardens back in ’84…best seat in the house.
Flying High Again….
We were brought up right. lol
Darren R Pang @Panger40
@SportsnetSpec @biznasty2point0 I suggest Dennis Hull and@Jim_Ralph to mediate process. #Zanies And @rayferrarotsn to poke and prod.
Chris Johnston @reporterchris
Donald Fehr says mediators will “call the parties back together when they (think) the time (is) right.”
By the way, I’ll throw Let There Be Rock, Powerage, Highway To Hell, Back In Black, and For Those About To Rock….up against any run of albums by any band (with 2 different singers to boot).
I was looking through my wax last nite and I came across a copy of Alice Coopers Love it to Death. I recall it being a bit of a precursor to Black Sabbath.
poke and prod? that’s cattle terminologies.
Panger has spent too much time in cattle territory?
I don’t like AC/DC, sorry man. But as for Iommi, I think the sheer amount of great riffs he had makes him an all-time great. I do like Rhoads though (both Mr. Crowley solos = some of the coolest ever).
Gah you went over the Mountain err top there,
N.I.B say * High* ,and its some * Sweet Leaf * I am smokin, it makes me * Paranoid * and I ask myself * Am I going insane *, then I remember thats preposterous as I am an * Iron Man *
Hmmmm…I forgot about Zeppelin. They certainly had a good run of albums (each one is fantastic). Not many bands could keep up that pace for 10 straight years.
Don’t know too much Cooper but I did see him live this past summer at Bluesfest here in Ottawa. He was on before Iron Maiden (seen them 3 times). Cooper wore a goddamn Sens sweater during the last song.
New blog up
I’ve been a diehard AC/DC fan since 1980 (I heard the Bell while playing road hockey and it changed my life). Seen ‘em 15 times, have 2 fully autographed album covers, met Angus in Philly and got my picture taken with him, and I have thousands of bootlegs. I fucking love that band.
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I would consider Rush, VH and the Stones
Ive Got it! Killer Is my Fave though!
Ugh!! I can’t stand Rush (their music is simply too complicated). DLR VH was the shit!! Van Hagar sucked ass (waaaay too pop orientated). Anything from the Stones up to and including 1972 was mint (and I also have an appreciation for Voodoo Lounge).