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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by boatme98, Mar 3, 2018.
Good to hear!
When I saw the thread this morning, I was humming the theme from the Godfather. Yep, I am a hummer.
Drop dead gorgeous Bobbie Gentry:
Speaking of sad rock ‘n’ roll songs in the 70s, try this one on for size. Marshall Tucker wrote that song especially for me (not really but maybe)..... One of the few songs that I know every word in it.
The story of my life since 1995...
The Doobie Brothers -- their 1978 album, Minute By Minute.
Thanks for the reminder about MTB. Great tunes, back then.
The Marshall Tucker Band -- their self-titled 1973 album.
Pure Prairie League -- their 1977 album, Live! Takin' The Stage.
Say what you want about those Canadians, they do make good music.
John Lee Hooker -- his 1962 album, Burnin'.
Blues legend. Dang, but could that dude roll.
"Walk that walk ... haw haw haw haw ..."
Been gone nearly 20 years, now, but the music lives on.
Anna Netrebko a soprano singing some Puccini.
Madeleine Peyroux -- her 1996 debut album, Dreamland.
and her 2004 follow-up album, Careless Love:
Eagles live..Headphones in..crankin this song. Hittin repeat...lol. Would love to have seen this show live...
I take it any way I can get it
Never did see them in concert, back in the day. Oh, to be transported back to the late '60s so that the next 7-10yrs of great concerts around the country could be heard live, again. (About as close as I get is The Midnight Special and a handful of decently-recorded live performances that I occasionally come across.)
My ex's best friend- machine gun Kelly
Mama's don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys. Literally two in a row i can't stop playing right now.