Posts Tagged ‘TRUST’

Brian May Roger Taylor Queen Set – Prince’s Trust Rock Gala Concert NOV 2010

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Brian May and Roger Taylor’s performance at The Prince’s Trust Gala Concert 17 November 2010 – These Are The Days of Our Lives (Roger Taylor on vocal), Last Horizon (Brian May), Hard Life (Tom Chaplin of Keane vocals), Seven Seas of Rhye (Midge Ure vocals), finishing with We Will Rock You ( all). Televised on Sky Arts 31 December 2010.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Third Day Trust In Jesus

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Track 05 from Third Day’s New CD “Move”
Video Rating: 4 / 5

TRUST l’Elite (French group Hard Rock) ( Tribute by Ramone Rock )

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Stratocaster145 in Ru Tube no Censored: stratocaster145.rutube.ru TRUST l’Elite ( Tribute by Ramone Rock ) ( Remastered with Samplitude pro by RR ) (C) Sony Music Bio de Trust :Not only was Trust one of the few French bands able to cross their country’s frontiers, but they also made it without having to drop their native language or their half-punk, half-heavy metal ethics along the way. And that’s saying something. Formed in 1977 around Bernard “Bernie” Bonvoisin (vocals), Nobert “Nono” Krief (guitars), Yves “Vivi” Brusco (bass), and an ever-changing set of drummers (including Iron Maiden’s Clive Burr and Nicko McBrain), the band came up up a mix of influences, the most obvious of which might be AC/DC (with whom they toured a bit) and early Iron Maiden. But if Trust was musically a shiny killing machine (thanks, mainly, to Nono’s guitar playing abilities and firepower), a large part of their appeal came from Bernie’s energy and socially concerned lyrics, which earned them occasional censorship. If their most famous hit remains “Antisocial” (covered in 1988 by New York thrashers Anthrax on their State of Euphoria LP), the early days Trust actually came up with a whole bunch of molotov cocktails. It was all about fingerpointing the greedy boss, the abusive policeman, the broadcasted lesson-giver, the hypocrisy-driven religious man, and singing for the weak, the poor, the abused. That may have been the key to their success, but it was sincere. The ’80s quickly saw their