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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by boatme98, Mar 3, 2018.
That’s some good music
I saw the Eagles in Boston when they released "Long Road Out of Eden" in 2007. They started playing about 8:15 played a few songs and announced they were going to take a short break and then play a long time. They were back in less than five minutes and played until midnight! Phenomenal performance I think they played every song they ever wrote!
According to my Pandora year in review I listened to a lot of Sturgill.
Peetie Wheatstraw (aka William Bunch) -- the Complete Recorded Works albums.
Great blues pianist and vocalist from the 1930s - 1940s.
Peetie Wheatstraw Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 7, 1940-1941:
Julie London -- her 1966 album With Body And Soul.
Great jazz vocalist who was popular from the late 1940s through the 1960s.
Listening to the radio as I drove around making pickups that were scheduled like clockwork and then this song came on. Very somber music these days with members leaving us way too soon.
RIP Roy, Tom and George.
A beautiful woman. Hard to believe she was married to this guy...
A bit of Dire Straights,
Dire Straits - Once Upon A Time In The West (lyrics) HQ - YouTube
Samantha Fish, ***** on the Run. PAX
How about Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris on Pandora. I got a sense of grief/loss scrolling this thread. Pushed a button don't you know?
The Who was a great band for four decades and I saw them about 6 times.
I hated seeing good equipment being destroyed. It was just stupid.
Talking about old music in the other thread has got me binging on Traffic. Light up or leave me alone, dear Mr. Fantasy, Paper sun, 40,000 headmen, and of course John barleycorn must die.
Got to see them in Cole Field House at U. of Md. In 1970.
Alcholin *** by Hellyeah...
Copperhead Road .... Steve Earle