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Smooth light Offline
#7401 Posted:
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E L O at Wembley stadium on video

Love the waltz too , 50 times easy
Plowboy221 Offline
#7402 Posted:
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Posts: 3,709
You all need to check him out,

Mickey Lamantia

Every Bad Habit
Palama Offline
#7403 Posted:
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Posts: 15,808
Audiobook (read by Charleston Heston)

Ernest Hemingway - The Old Man and the Sea

My favorite Hemingway book. Junior year thesis in college.
Smooth light Offline
#7404 Posted:
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HUMBLE PIE- "SMOKE'IN🥧" I KNOW... YOU,..
THESE "CIGARS AND DRINKS ;....ARE SO GOOD FOR ME🎸. ROCK ON!
ZRX1200 Offline
#7405 Posted:
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Posts: 53,119
Chris Stapleton on Austin City Limits (PBS)
ZRX1200 Offline
#7406 Posted:
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Posts: 53,119
Followed by the Turnpike Troubadours!

Love it
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7407 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 48,948
KISS - Lick It Up

"Gimme More"

https://youtu.be/dylbf6E1bgc
8trackdisco Offline
#7408 Posted:
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Posts: 52,867
Joe Rogan podcast, Ron White his guest.
Smooth light Offline
#7409 Posted:
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Posts: 716
Trader Salad,did he bring sluggo?
blue comedy tour, those 4 guy sgreat.
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7410 Posted:
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Posts: 48,948
Clavicule - Garage Is Dead

"Wake Up"

https://youtu.be/HPFZlrO2Z6g
Smooth light Offline
#7411 Posted:
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Little Feat; WAITING FOR COLUMBUS.
Palama Offline
#7412 Posted:
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Smooth light wrote:
Little Feat; WAITING FOR COLUMBUS.


An all-time favorite! Applause
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7413 Posted:
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Posts: 48,948
Blues Pills - Devil Man

"Time Is Now"

https://youtu.be/fw9-h90p3Jo
Smooth light Offline
#7414 Posted:
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Posts: 716
Pretty Things. SILK TORPEDOES
CelticBomber Offline
#7415 Posted:
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Posts: 5,715
Pink Floyd - The Wall

I always find it amazing that people never mention the song Mother when you ask them what are their favorite Floyd songs.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#7416 Posted:
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Too many to choose from and somewhat mood dependent in my case. It's like trying to narrow down your favorite bass lines
Smooth light Offline
#7417 Posted:
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Posts: 716
Bob Seger,"nine tonight"
Pink floyd,"comfortably numb"
Speyside Offline
#7418 Posted:
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Posts: 11,024
Echo and the Bunnymen Ocean Rain
Lyle Lovitt Lyle Lovitt and his large band
tonygraz Offline
#7419 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2008
Posts: 14,344
Neil Young & Crazy Horse- Down by the River (2003 concert)
Smooth light Offline
#7420 Posted:
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Posts: 716
CARS ; complete greatest hits complete 🚕..

N.Y ; Russ never sleeps, live is good too.

Plowboy221 Offline
#7421 Posted:
Joined: 03-03-2013
Posts: 3,709
Long Haul Paul

Songs from a Truck
frankj1 Offline
#7422 Posted:
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Posts: 35,975
Russ sleeps just fine
now rust on the other hand...
Plowboy221 Offline
#7423 Posted:
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Waylon Payne

Blue Eyes, the Harlot, the Queer, the Pusher, & Me
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7424 Posted:
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Posts: 48,948
Smashing Pumpkins - Confessions Of A Dopamine Addict

"Cyr"

https://youtu.be/2AN_GRWlU7k
izonfire Offline
#7425 Posted:
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Posts: 6,360
frankj1 wrote:
Russ sleeps just fine
now rust on the other hand...

You haven’t seen Russ on meth...
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7426 Posted:
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Posts: 48,948
Omega Massif - Karpatia

"Wölfe"

https://youtu.be/-rb8g_VFBeE


Get you fist full of Death Wish coffee and wake up!
Smooth light Offline
#7427 Posted:
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"Hooligans" ; THE WHO 🎸 rock on
tonygraz Offline
#7428 Posted:
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All along the watchtower by Neil Young and Crazy Horse Farm Aid : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ygm5Sg-fvBk

really good renditiom
Smooth light Offline
#7429 Posted:
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SAVORY BROWN: "boogie Brothers"
Maybe later
"Jack the toad"or "lion share"
cacman Offline
#7430 Posted:
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Posts: 12,104
The Allman Brothers - Whipping Post.
Featuring Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes. Derek Trucks has to be the greatest slide guitarist right now. Dig the bass guitarist too. RIP Greg.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rx_UaQx5eZQ
cacman Offline
#7431 Posted:
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One of my all-time favorite Blind Faith tunes
Cna't Find My Way Home by Rachael Price and Chris Thile on mandolin.
Dig the mandolin, orchestration, and vocals.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xZxxVlu7BM&feature=player_embedded&fbclid=IwAR1P52Kp7qfX7ck_V0l9Xf7sLqimj70t4wgSRFKvwO060S6TzLbjsWMWFCA
Smooth light Offline
#7432 Posted:
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KINKS: one for the road live!
wipping post excellent jam
Blind Faith to bad only one album
Smooth light Offline
#7433 Posted:
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KINKS: one for the road live!
wipping post excellent jam
Blind Faith to bad only one album
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#7434 Posted:
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Rolling Stones-Ventilator Blues

perfectly fitting for "these trying times"....


https://youtu.be/24dq-cNRyC0
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7435 Posted:
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Van Halen - 1984

"Drop Dead Legs"

https://youtu.be/ghTeWNrH7mg
RMAN4443 Offline
#7436 Posted:
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Posts: 7,114
Harry Nilsson-Spaceman


https://youtu.be/fND5WUxwi_Y
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7437 Posted:
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Can't have one without the other...like eating a jelly sandwich without peanut butter!

Van Halen - Self-Titled

"Eruption/You Really Got Me"

https://youtu.be/zTY8s12OXS8


Crank it so the angels can hear it!Angel

RIP Eddie!
Smooth light Offline
#7438 Posted:
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Tribute 🤳to Eddie,listening to all Van Halen all day long, and night, live Eddie in our hearts ❤️,
So many good memories.
dkeage Offline
#7439 Posted:
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Judas Priest. Unleashed in the East.
Dg west deptford Offline
#7440 Posted:
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I don't feel tardy
Smooth light Offline
#7441 Posted:
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I can see clearly now the rain is gone,
Have a brite sun shine'y day. RIP Nash
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#7442 Posted:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDOFIttS69I&feature=youtu.be
Applause
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7443 Posted:
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AC/DC - Power Up

"Shot In The Dark"

https://youtu.be/xNhn1KOqq8g
Palama Offline
#7444 Posted:
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Today would have been John Lennon’s 80th birthday. Will be queuing up some of his music tonight.
Smooth light Offline
#7445 Posted:
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Give peace a chance! ✌️... all you intolerant bastards!!!
Smooth light Offline
#7446 Posted:
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CHUCK BERRY: "London calling live"📞
Rock'in till the end of the day 🎸

It's great if you can find it.🎉
Palama Offline
#7447 Posted:
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John Lennon - Signature Box

77F / 66% RH / 9 mph

Edit: got through “Plastic Ono Band” and most of “Imagine”
Palama Offline
#7448 Posted:
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Continuing on with Lennon.

Finished off the last 3 songs of “Imagine” and sitting through “Some Time in New York City” for the first time in my life. I listened to a few seconds of each but basically skipped over all of the Yoko Ono songs.

I’m no music critic but the studio recordings on “STINYC” are mostly awful! You’d have to pay me a LOT of money to listen to them again.

77F / 68% RH / 9 mph
BuckyB93 Offline
#7449 Posted:
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Seven thousand four hundred forty NINE!
DrMaddVibe Offline
#7450 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
I’m no music critic but the studio recordings on “STINYC” are mostly awful! You’d have to pay me a LOT of money to listen to them again.



TOTALLY AGREE~

With regards to the Fab Four and their solo discographies this is how I rank them...

I listen to George Harrison's the most. Its the most diverse with attention to detail and musicianship.

Next, is Ringo Starr's. I got hipped to it after seeing one of his All-Starr Band concerts. Their is a lot of depth to them that goes unnoticed by the world. It's a shame too. There are a LOT of great songs that you've never heard there.

Then John Lennon. It's like an acid dripped alcohol fueled anger ridden voyage into the ravages of his artistry. When it's good it's damned good. When it's awful...well everyone knows awful. It's like stepping in dog crap. You know it when you did it! There are some songs that you NEVER EVER want to EVER hear again!

Finally Paul McCartney. Silly Love Songs. That song really defines him and his entire body of solo work. He needed the other 3 ESPECIALLY John for writing material that sticks. I find his work to be poppy for a man of his caliber and demeaning but that's what he chose to do with his work.
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