RIP Malcom Young

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RIP Malcom Young

Postby trapperrick » Sat Nov 18, 2017

Another rock legend has passed, AC/CD co-founder Malcom Young.

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Re: RIP Malcom Young

Postby loosechange808 » Sat Nov 18, 2017

RIP indeed...
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Re: RIP Malcom Young

Postby Purple and Gold » Sat Nov 18, 2017

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Re: RIP Malcom Young

Postby Rik Bitter » Sat Nov 18, 2017

I got to see AC/DC back in the summer of 1982 at the old Philly Spectrum. (since demolished) No opening act and they did a 2 1/2 hour show. They had an actual cannon on stage which they shot off (For Those About to Rock) not to mention a giant cast bell that Brian Johnson would ring with t sledge hammer. (Hell's Bells) What a show.
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Re: RIP Malcom Young

Postby silverhead » Sat Nov 18, 2017

Rik Bitter wrote:I got to see AC/DC back in the summer of 1982 at the old Philly Spectrum. (since demolished) No opening act and they did a 2 1/2 hour show. They had an actual cannon on stage which they shot off (For Those About to Rock) not to mention a giant cast bell that Brian Johnson would ring with t sledge hammer. (Hell's Bells) What a show.


I only saw them once in person, it was the same tour but saw them in Houston. We thoroughly enjoyed the show. He will be missed.
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Re: RIP Malcom Young

Postby RadioChemist » Sat Nov 18, 2017

I saw them in Knoxville in '91 on the Razor's Edge tour. Had to teach at 8AM the next day...could barely hear or talk! :D
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Re: RIP Malcom Young

Postby Purple and Gold » Sun Nov 19, 2017

silverhead wrote:
Rik Bitter wrote:I got to see AC/DC back in the summer of 1982 at the old Philly Spectrum. (since demolished) No opening act and they did a 2 1/2 hour show. They had an actual cannon on stage which they shot off (For Those About to Rock) not to mention a giant cast bell that Brian Johnson would ring with t sledge hammer. (Hell's Bells) What a show.


I only saw them once in person, it was the same tour but saw them in Houston. We thoroughly enjoyed the show. He will be missed.


We were at the same show in Baton Rouge. Never forget the giant bell and pirate ship stage set up 8-)
We saw them in Tacoma, Wa. years later and my ears are still ringing
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