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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Buckeye55, Apr 28, 2019.
Martin, Bogan & Armstrong are worth looking at as well !
So, so good. What a great kid and of course Tommy
This is becoming a Steve Goodman appreciation thread and I love it...I think Donald and Lydia was a John Prine original but not sure off the top of my head, ha.
Here is another one that Goodman wrote and Buffett covered, with a segue into 20th Century is Almost Over.
Oh, how bout some Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, and Walter Brennan from Rio Bravo. You just knew they were all going to have to do a music break in that movie...
Well, here's one that's actually more of a novelty song
What the heck !
Not really a guilty pleasure, my Ohio boy Trent Reznor is a genius
NIN and Gary Numan rock! I especially like "Wires", but "Cars" is much more of a rocking tune.
So I've got New Model Army on right now, anyone know of them? I thought they were much better before Rob passed away but they're still great.
Morrissey...Johnny Marr on Guitar..Nuff Said..
I listen to Hair Bands occasionally even though I’m well over 60. I especially like these 2
And this one tears me up, there I said it.
Those kids can jam, I know they are using autotune, but they can play
Thanks for making me aware of this!
I've got a new one. Blues fans will understand
Too many to list...
Love this thread.
2) Molly Hatchet
3) Tommy TuTone
Tommy Tutone!, now that gd 8675309 will be stuck in my mind all night
I don't know why I just thought of this one
Here is some Todd Snider and...Beer Run In college my band would play this, we were called Will Jam for Booze. It was pretty strange considering we mostly did jazz standards ha.
and Vinyl Records...
I like to spend hot summer Sunday afternoons hanging out in the garage while listening to Willie’s Roadhouse on Sirius XM. Old time country classics and an ice cold beer. It works for me!