Sean always had a soft spot for hard rock/heavy metal and for hard-working bands. AC/DC fitted the bill, and there are a few tracks of theirs on an excellent ‘rock mix’ CD he made – ‘Whole Lotta Rosie’ (of course), ‘You Shook Me All Night Long’, and one or two others that I don’t remember right now. Those two stand out, and take an honourable place among the Songs That Will Always Remind Me Of Sean.
He particularly respected the fact that their recent work was as good as (not to say virtually indistinguishable from) their early classics. He often played them on the other computer in this room.
I notice that their 2008 album Black Ice was produced by my famous namesake Brendan O’Brien, and released on 17 October – now and for ever a significant date.
I hope you are still rocking out somewhere, Seanie.
4 responses to “Sean’s music 21 … AC/DC”
Top of the morning to you, Brendano. Great songs, full of life. I like the blurred and pulsating photograph. Rocking.
I too hope that your son is still rocking out there somewhere. It seems impossible for such energy to disappear.
Top of the morning, Cymbeline. Yes, I like this photo too. Typical Sean. One of many we hadn’t seen before he died.
You’re right about the energy.
This is an awesome photo Bob – the colours and the expressions – just proving what a ball Sean was having!
Yes, AP … I’m glad we have some like this. Sean in his element. 🙂 Always with an arm around someone, if not two.