Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

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Re: Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

Postby nagpo » Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:14 pm

MidnightToker wrote:
nagpo wrote:Unfortunately the new Cornell collection doesn't seem to include the track he and Myles worked on together.


What's this you speak of? Source for that info?

well there is only 1 unreleased, recorded track. The rest are just live recordings. I don't think the one released had myles on it

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Re: Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

Postby MidnightToker » Tue Oct 23, 2018 11:04 am

Yeah, but I'm wondering where you heard that Cornell and Myles ever worked together. I like to think I follow things pretty closely and I've never heard about that. Didn't Cornell's wife used to manage Myles in M4F? I think I heard that, but not that they worked on a song together. That would be really cool if they did.

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Re: Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

Postby nagpo » Tue Oct 23, 2018 12:58 pm

i think myles mentioned it in an interview. chris had hired him to work on a song for his wife. the two talked about myles' van that mf4 toured in and how it might be worth something one day. the interview is video.

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Re: Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

Postby MidnightToker » Fri Oct 26, 2018 10:36 am

nagpo wrote:i think myles mentioned it in an interview. chris had hired him to work on a song for his wife. the two talked about myles' van that mf4 toured in and how it might be worth something one day. the interview is video.


Wow, I'd love to see that interview if anyone can remember roughly when it was. I hadn't heard about that. Really cool.

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Re: Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

Postby nagpo » Fri Oct 26, 2018 10:57 am

nevermind, doesn't seem that they recorded, just performed. on the video in the last page

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Re: Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

Postby MidnightToker » Fri Oct 26, 2018 1:32 pm

Ah I see. I do remember that interview now that I watched it again. It would have been great if they actually recorded something

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Re: Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

Postby Skywalker » Tue Jul 16, 2019 3:52 pm

Such a tragedy. RIP to Chris, obviously. I was fortunate enough to see him do a full-on electric solo show back in 2007, and then I saw the more recent Temple of the Dog show. (Both shows in San Francisco.) I'll always regret not seeing Soundgarden. I had tickets to Soundgarden, but prior to them going on sale, I had previously booked something extremely important that ended up falling on the same day. So I couldn't see SG. I had planned to see them in the future, but...

Badmotorfinger will always be my favorite Cornell-fronted album, with Temple of the Dog being second. Really looking forward to the new live Soundgarden record coming out later this month.
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Re: RIP, Chris. <3

Postby Inconquerable » Wed Mar 11, 2020 10:09 pm

Skywalker wrote:Such a tragedy. RIP to Chris, obviously. I was fortunate enough to see him do a full-on electric solo show back in 2007, and then I saw the more recent Temple of the Dog show. (Both shows in San Francisco.) I'll always regret not seeing Soundgarden. I had tickets to Soundgarden, but prior to them going on sale, I had previously booked something extremely important that ended up falling on the same day. So I couldn't see SG. I had planned to see them in the future, but...

Badmotorfinger will always be my favorite Cornell-fronted album, with Temple of the Dog being second. Really looking forward to the new live Soundgarden record coming out later this month.


Just curious, what did you think of the live album? I wasn't really a big fan of it. I love Soundgarden, and the setlist was phenomenal, but something seemed off. Would love to know if you got the same impression.

Chris' suicide still hurts me. Listening to his music has helped a little bit but man, this was a big shock to my system.
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Re: <3

Postby Inconquerable » Sat May 02, 2020 2:58 pm



Just dropping this beautiful gem of a song. Part of me wishes it had been released on something, but this version is perfect.
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Re: Too much to handle in the morning. <3

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Did expect/wasn't ready for this today.
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Re: Soundgarden and Chris Cornell

Postby The Dissident » Tue Jul 21, 2020 5:32 pm

Such a fantastic rendition of Patience


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