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  • #76
    When I walk into a building wearing my signature attire of faded dusty ball cap, T-shirt, ripped and mud stained faded blue jeans and sneakers, and I'm like..




    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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    • #77
      Dr. John, he of New Orleans gumbo, passed away on June 6th, at age 77....



      And known for his "New Orleans "voodoo rock":











      His music was "a gumbo of rock, blues, jazz, funk, and New Orleans voodoo mysticism":

      https://www.nbcnews.com/news/obituar...es-77-n1014831

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      Last edited by CMD; 10-28-2019, 10:01 PM.
      Rhode Island

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      • #78
        Last edited by CMD; 09-02-2019, 10:39 PM.
        Rhode Island

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        • utilized flake
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          I listen to this all the time!!! It's a favorite of mine when I'm fishing or walking...

        • CMD
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          I always just assumed it had actually been written at the time of the Civil War, and was amazed to learn the truth. It is most beautiful...

      • #79
        A few for the 'Lady Lindy'



        An instinct flyer..
        https://www.biography.com/explorer/amelia-earhart





        A new, and possibly ultimate search begins..
        https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/12/s...p_id=104424519

        hejira (the journey)
        If the women don\'t find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.

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        • #80
          Growing up, I was never that big a fan of country music. But, during the mid 80's, during my first trip to Arizona, that's all I could get on the rental car radio, and that's all I listened to. When I got home to RI, that's about all I listened to for the next couple of years. Guess it reached me, lol. Bought albums by Willie, Waylon Jennings, and Merle Haggard.

          Well, that phase did pass, but I've been really enjoying the Ken Burns' Country Music documentary the past couple weeks, being basically introduced to people I never heard of, or listened to. I'd say I'm still not a big fan of quite a bit of Country, but one thing I've always loved is digging into the history and roots of American music. Always loved learning about the cultural contributions of my country to the modern world's culture. And where America's legacy to the world is concerned, tough to top music. In the case of country, I guess the basic roots are the British Isles(fiddle), and Africa(banjo).

          They played this tune in chapter 7 of Country Music last night. The documentary concludes tonight, and Burns ends his story in 1996, after nearly 17 hours...



          Bob Wills. This is someone the doc introduced me too. Basically, what do I know for country swing? Lol. Of course, I have heard this wonderful tune before. But I did not know Wills, or that he introduced country swing, and that he was known for his signature falsetto voice. I love it, lol. Apparently, he behaved this way in every tune, an early Tiny Tim, lol, but with a lot more talent. This clip is from 1944....



          Last edited by CMD; 10-28-2019, 10:10 PM.
          Rhode Island

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          • #81

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            • CMD
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              I enjoyed Hee Haw. I was surprised to learn from Burns' documentary that it was on the air for 25 years.

            • Hoss
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              I watched it all the time Archie Campbell was a comedic genius . Roy Clark was a real funny guy too and could play guitar, Banjo, Fiddle.

          • #82

            The great Lowell George...

            Last edited by Hoss; 09-26-2019, 07:39 PM.
            California

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                • #85
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                  • CMD
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                    One of my all time favs...

                  • Hoss
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                    Me too Charl too bad Iz passed away. His voice was a gift to all of us.

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                    • #88
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                      • #89
                        I like to Phish. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbX9NER99cA
                        Professor Shellman
                        Tampa Bay

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                        • gregszybala
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                          You an old Dead Head?

                        • tomclark
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                          For sure, Greg! Getting old, many dozens of shows from the early 70's until Garcia's death. Still listen to their music all the time there will never be dearth of their live concert music.

                      • #90
                        It's hard to beat some old Waylon Jennings songs...

                        However...i enjoy a few other genres too.

                        Shinedown, Five Finger, Breaking Benjamin, Disturbed, Three Days Grace.

                        All good stuff.

                        I prefer a variety.

                        Waylon has to be my favorite all time tho..
                        A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something that he can learn in no other way!

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