We salute YOU! 🎵
This man set the rhythm that makes warriors warrior. Whether you’re the underdog or the champion, the cheerleader, or the fan, anytime you hear an AC/DC guitar start up, you know its GO TIME.
For sure there should be a 21 gun salute as he rides the last ride, he used his gift to help so many people give the best they have to give.
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Malcolm Young (1953-2017)
Guitarrista Escocês e Australiano fundador, conjuntamente com o seu irmão Angus Young, da banda AC/DC.
Não sendo o meu estilo de música, reconheço a sua importância e a influência em muitas pessoas pelo mundo fora. #malcolmyoung#acdc ⚡️ #acdc
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MALCOLM YOUNG, who has died aged 64, was co-founder of one of the most unapologetic, unadulterated rock and roll machines of all time. Malcolm Young, whose driving guitar rhythms and musical direction helped the Scottish-Australian band AC/DC earn a place among the most successful in rock history with albums such as “Back in Black” and “Highway to Hell,” has died. He wrote with his brother Angus Young many of the band's most successful songs. And today I introducing to you one of the band's best legendary songs "HELLS BELLS" that he has wrote with his brother Angus Young and singer Brian Johnson. "Hells Bells" is the first track of Australian hard rock band AC/DC's first album without Bon Scott, Back in Black. "Hells Bells" is the second single from Back in Black, released in the fall of 1980. The song also appears on Who Made Who, AC/DC's 1986 soundtrack to the Stephen King movie Maximum Overdrive and on both versions of 1992's AC/DC Live. The song begins with a bell slowly tolling four times, after which Angus Young starts playing the song's main riff. Malcolm Young then joins in, followed by Phil Rudd on drums and Cliff Williams on bass. The bell tolls a total of 13 times during the song's introduction. A 2,000-pound (910 kg) cast bronze bell, made by John Taylor Bellfounders in Loughborough, Leicestershire, was used on the track. It is a replica of the Denison Bell in the Carillon Tower at the Loughborough War Museum. R.I.P Legend
Took a hike up to Rhodes Memorial today to reflect on some things, and mentally make some gear changes for the summer ahead.
I also took this time to take in the passing of AC/DC guitarist, Malcolm Young. He was the driving rhythm section to one of Hard Rocks' most legendary bands. A jeans and t-shirt kinda guy, with a no frills attitude, and a steady right hand.
Thanks for a library of good tunes, Malcolm. You will be remembered often.