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Old 01-08-2013, 02:30 AM   #19491
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Well, have been listening to some country music- Carrie Underwood. Lemmesee now- Two Black Cadilacs.... Blown Away.....Before He Cheats.

Important note to self- If I should ever find I am single, do NOT- I say again NOT think of dating Carrie, nor any of her relatives. ESPECIALLY if they look hot.

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You know that crap they play nowadays ain't really country music. Got to go back a couple of decades for that.
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Makes me think of an old Roy Clark song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tx8x3LCnYZw
C3Shooter - this here is Country music!
A classic that I often wished I was singing about in my first marriage...
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ya ever have one of those days where nothing seems to go right? Yesterday was definitely not my day and neither was today. Is it bed time yet?
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On top of that I lost my favorite ring in the Atlanta airport yesterday, thought I had ruined my iPad, had to work on a T2000, and had the lady I work with trying to tell me how to do my job... Anyway...
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Yeah, definitely.

On top of that I lost my favorite ring in the Atlanta airport yesterday, thought I had ruined my iPad, had to work on a T2000, and had the lady I work with trying to tell me how to do my job... Anyway...
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You know that crap they play nowadays ain't really country music. Got to go back a couple of decades for that.
I've heard very few songs that were made in the last 10 years that you could consider true country. You've got to go back to at least the 90s. Better yet, the 40s-80s.
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Oh- no argument- I prefer Bluegrass. Grew up on Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, and the Carter family. One of the best versions of Shady Grove I have heard was Jerry Garcia & Dave Grisman (surprisingly) but Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain boys do a great job on it as well.

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Oh- no argument- I prefer Bluegrass. Grew up on Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, and the Carter family. One of the best versions of Shady Grove I have heard was Jerry Garcia & Dave Grisman (surprisingly) but Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain boys do a great job on it as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ayk_qQw0XZg
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Oh- no argument- I prefer Bluegrass. Grew up on Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, and the Carter family. One of the best versions of Shady Grove I have heard was Jerry Garcia & Dave Grisman (surprisingly) but Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain boys do a great job on it as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ayk_qQw0XZg
My grandpa personally knew Ralph Stanley (some years ago).

He plays some bluegrass also and has for decades, had his own radio program many years ago, actually made a CD recently from old recordings and sent it around to several radio stations, mostly in E. Ky and West Virginia. Sadly he is in the early stages or dementia and thinks that it's the 1950's again. He's been calling all around the state trying to get local stations to let him start up his program again.
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