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  • #16
    Hank, Jr. - Pre-face plant and still playin' what his momma wanted him to play.


    I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're gonna feel all day. Frank Sinatra

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      • #18
        The Birds. Not the Byrds, the Birds. Ron Wood's old band.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LP8gzeQuw8A

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          • #20
            "Lonesome, On'ry, and Mean" Waylon

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            • #21
              "Further On" - Bronze Radio Return
              Philippians 4:11 & 4:13

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              • #22
                "Champagne" - Clairy Brown And The Bangin' Rackettes
                Philippians 4:11 & 4:13

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                • #23
                  "Hotel California" - The Eagles
                  Philippians 4:11 & 4:13

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                  • #24
                    "Who'll Stop The Rain" - CCR
                    Philippians 4:11 & 4:13

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                    • #25
                      "Last Train To Clarksville" - The Monkees
                      Philippians 4:11 & 4:13

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                      • #26
                        "Peaceful Easy Feeling" - The Eagles
                        Philippians 4:11 & 4:13

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                        • #27
                          Caught a rerun of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" last night. Excellent soundtrack.



                          I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're gonna feel all day. Frank Sinatra

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                            • #29
                              I love Green Onions (above) and Booker T. and the MGs.

                              Originally posted by Matt Dillon View Post
                              "Last Train To Clarksville" - The Monkees
                              Great song. Maybe this isn't the thread for this, but...I think it's a travesty that The Monkees (among others: Yes, etc.) are not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, especially considering some of the people who are in it.

                              They should rename it Museum Exclusively Devoted to Performers Jann Wenner Likes, or something like that.

                              Nominees this year include Chic, Kraftwerk, NWA, Bill Withers...but not The Monkees, Yes, the J. Geils Band, The Cars, Boston, Chicago, Bon Jovi, Cheap Trick, Stevie Ray Vaughn, T. Rex, Chubby Checker, Deep Purple, The Steve Miller Band, Emerson Lake and Palmer, The Zombies, Duran Duran, Peter Frampton, Iron Maiden, Steppenwolf... I wouldn't vote for all of those, and some of those acts I don't like at all, but regardless of what criteria you use, some of those bands belong ahead of others nominated or already in. Lasting impact, longevity over time, prodigious output: Chicago, Yes. Record sales? The Monkees, Electric Light Orchestra, Peter Frampton. Heavy influence on later acts? Deep Purple, Iron Maiden. Dominated a time period? Duran Duran, Emerson Lake and Palmer, ELO, Peter Frampton. Heck, I think Weird Al Yankovic probably belongs in there ahead of NWA or Chic or Kraftwerk. I'd probably take Devo over them.

                              Anyway...

                              Here's one I really like: an alternate mix of Citadel, the second track on the Rolling Stones' psychedelic album, and maybe the best cut on it other than 2000 Light Years From Home. This mix features more strongly Brian Jones' piano playing, which is way down in the mix on the album version; it also lacks lyrics.

                              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYC3GQrxOgo

                              To this day I think 2KLYFH is the only track from that album that the Stones ever performed live, except for She's a Rainbow being played a little in the 1990s, but I think Citadel would be a great one to throw into a concert. I also think it would be funny to see how Mick and Keith would react if Letterman or someone asked them to perform Gomper or one of the other really weird tracks from that record.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Blue Cincy View Post
                                Believe it or not, Dean Martin.
                                I like Dean Martin too as well as Sinatra and Perry Como. I liked Tony Bennett as well and he is still performing. I wonder how old he really is? My guess would be in his late 80's.

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                                  Bennett is 88. Huge fan of the Rat Pack, Frank and just generally Vegas in the 60's. Last year Bennett's "Live at the Sahara: Las Vegas 1964" was re-released, as well as all of Bennett's Columbia catalogue digitally released.
                               

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