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Could this band possibly get any better? I've seen them a half dozen times, and each time they pull out some surprise that's mind blowing.
This album blew my mind in the late 70's, and this was my favorite cut:
I hate women. I love women. Wait, what? No, what? Squirrel! I'm so confused. And old. And single.
Oh G-d, here we go again. Time for all the right handers to tell the southpaws what we should do.
This is a pretty furious, intense version of "Heart of the Sunrise:"
Speaking of Prog, and as we've been discussing ELP, let's dig Yes:
Did someone already post this?
Please don't TELL me there ain't no Bakersfield Sound:
The Bakersfield Sound lives, if not in B-Town, then in many other places. Matt, you're the scholar of Bakerspatch, but I'm telling you, here in...
A band that is STILL ahead of its time. This tune is needed now more than ever.
At this point, his commitment to the music is beyond question.
I liked this one from This Year's Model:
But I can regularly be found spinning Hag, Buck, Red Simpson, Gene Moles, and Dave Dudley. Anything Bakersfield.
Well, I say this every year, so why not once more:
No Los Lobos
No Harry Nilsson
At least Rundgren got nominated.
Might as well go there. This song gets dissed a lot, and everybody's heard it too many times. But then when you hear it performed by the man...
As others have said: 00-18.
I also have a Waterloo WL-14. Same basic size, but more of the Gibson vibe. Both are terrific.
KILN HOUSE! The first FM record I heard, right when it came out. My friends and I had it on a continuous "smokey" rotation.
Love John Anderson. So unique, SO much soul, so underrated. Was not even MENTIONED in the Ken Burns documentary. If he'd first recorded, say,...
It would certainly help ME.
I'm pretty sure the first of about ten times I've seen them was on that same tour in early 1981. It was also in a college gym at my alma mater in...