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Post  nitroairplane Sun Dec 04, 2011 6:16 pm

Hi guys,
On another thread we are talking music (and booze).
And I thought it would be a good idea to dedicate a thread to this fabulous thing the music that is not the booze. So post song you like favourite band or what ever. You shall bit be judged.
Please feel free to post what ever music you like here and if I deem it too rude I will move it to the redneck zone.
I for one like all types of music from the Clash to the glitch mob and everywhere in between.
Let's see what you guys like
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Post  SuperDave Sun Dec 04, 2011 6:29 pm

"Look a Us" - Vince Gill - (country/sentimental)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSfjp1ky4Mw

Had it played at our 50th wedding anniversary party as my wife and I danced.


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Post  Kim Sun Dec 04, 2011 6:52 pm

"Till the Four Winds We Know Blow Away"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BB8G0SFmJ1g
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Post  microflitedude Sun Dec 04, 2011 7:42 pm

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Post  Admin Sun Dec 04, 2011 8:25 pm

It will take me forever to list everything I listen to. I will listen to everything from Polka (yeah...I said polka), country/western, soul, pop/rock, classic rock and so on. It really depends on what it is when it comes to Classical and Rap/Hip Hop.
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Post  Godsey3.0 Sun Dec 04, 2011 8:48 pm

I personally prefer classical music. That came from 5 years (so far) of band. Carmina Burana is my favorite.
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Post  RknRusty Sun Dec 04, 2011 8:51 pm

I'll start by listing the concerts I can remember:
The Guess Who 1970
Gypsy 1970
Yes 1971
The Eagles 1971
Lynyrd Skynyrd 1971, 1974, 1976
Uriah Heep 1974
Golden Earring 1974
Blue Oyster Cult 1974
Jethro Tull 1976
Doobie Brothers 1976
Grateful Dead 1976
Niel Young & Crazy Horse 1977
Doc and Merle Watson1977
Merle Haggard1977
Heart 1977
Bob Segar 1977
Foreigner 1977
Atlanta Rythm Section 1977
Molly Hatchet 1977
The Allman Brothers1976
Led Zeppelin 1977
The Black Crows1988
Bob Thorogood and the Destroyers 1980s
Robert Plant 1988
Dave Matthews 199?
ABBA 199?
Matt Guitar Murphy (Blues Brothers) early 1980s
Hootie and the Blowfish (lots of times - from my home town)2000s
The Rolling Stones (Steel Wheels)1990s
U2 1990s
Savoy Brown 1970s
Foghat 1970s (Lonesome Dave, formerly Savoy Brown)
Kim Simmons (formerly Savoy Brown)
BB King
Johnny Winter
Styx
REO Speedwagon
Peter Frampton
Grand Funk Railroad
Marshall Tucker (several times - friend of a friend)
Bob Weir & Ratdog (formerly of Grateful Dead)

I'm tired of thinking them up. I'll add more later.

Bands I have not seen, much to my regret:
Pink Floyd
The Who

I'll add more of those later. I'm waiting for my weekend flying video to upload right now.












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Post  Admin Sun Dec 04, 2011 9:05 pm

Last year (2010), I went to the Rush concert that came to our state fairs grandstand. It was their "Time Machine Tour", they played mostly songs from their album "Moving Pictures" (I have the lp, CD and 8-track of that album). They also played some of their new songs.
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Post  PV Pilot Sun Dec 04, 2011 11:17 pm

Admin wrote:Last year (2010), I went to the Rush concert that came to our state fairs grandstand. It was their "Time Machine Tour", they played mostly songs from their album "Moving Pictures" (I have the lp, CD and 8-track of that album). They also played some of their new songs.

They were here last June and I had to work. Was really bummed about that one. Me and a buddy from work were going to go, but since we are low on the totem pole of senility, Very Happy we got shot down.

I did catch the Scorpions farewell tour,,and it was awesome. Thought they would play all there ballads due to Klaus's throat condtion (nodules),,apparently he has healed up because they played ALL of there top hits and it was a great concert.
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Post  Admin Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:02 am

PV Pilot wrote:
Admin wrote:Last year (2010), I went to the Rush concert that came to our state fairs grandstand. It was their "Time Machine Tour", they played mostly songs from their album "Moving Pictures" (I have the lp, CD and 8-track of that album). They also played some of their new songs.

They were here last June and I had to work. Was really bummed about that one. Me and a buddy from work were going to go, but since we are low on the totem pole of senility, Very Happy we got shot down.

I did catch the Scorpions farewell tour,,and it was awesome. Thought they would play all there ballads due to Klaus's throat condtion (nodules),,apparently he has healed up because they played ALL of there top hits and it was a great concert.

I don't recall them coming to the St.Paul-Minneapolis area for the Scorpions farewell tour. I would have gone!


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My working and "safe" 8-tracks. These are ones that have the foil sensing splice replaced and the pressure pad if needed. They are not for quality perfect sounding music, they are mostly a novelty now. The 2 Eagles 8 tracks that I took a pic of in the other topic should be on that shelf instead of the Neal Diamond and the Tanya Tucker 8-tracks, I just shoved them on there to fill in the space. I have A LOT more in boxes that don't have the maintenance done to them. Unmaintained ones will usually fall apart after 1-5 plays and sometimes they sound really bad because the foam pressure pads have disintegrated. I also have a few where the rubber rollers have begun to disintegrate into a very sticky melted rubber that will wreak the tape and mess up your player if you try to play them! Want to see the titles closer? Click HERE for a larger picture.

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Some, not all of my classic rock lps. I'm going to have to move these to another shelf soon, self is almost as full as it can get!

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Other music and country on top. on the right is a old mid 40s metal Wards Airline tube radio, a Jaws movie soundtrack on 8-track, a picture cube and a mold-able plastic lion from Como Zoo in St.Paul.

For my cassettes, I keep them in carrying cases. I really don't have many prerecorded cassettes, mostly ones I have recorded myself from falling apart 8-tracks, the computer, CDs and records.

I have most of the CDs outside in my cabin/garden shed where I have a large enough stereo to fill the backyard and surrounding backyards with music!


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My grandparents won this from a radio station! They were listening to the radio at home when the DJ asked a trivia question about the movie, luckly they just saw the move earlier that evening so they knew the answer! I have the movie on VHS, if you haven't seen it, you would probably (maybe) like it.



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Post  PV Pilot Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:15 am

Smokey and the Bandit??,,well,, your talkin/posting to a certified gear jammer,, Very Happy

Truckers anthem. RIP Snowman (Jerry Reed) and Jackie Gleason (Buford T Justice) Corny movie, but I still love it.
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Post  Admin Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:49 am

PV Pilot wrote:Smokey and the Bandit??,,well,, your talkin/posting to a certified gear jammer,, Very Happy

Truckers anthem. RIP Snowman (Jerry Reed) and Jackie Gleason (Buford T Justice) Corny movie, but I still love it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnRwQjTYfGI

Its one of my favorite movies. RIP Jerry Reed (Snowman) and Jackie Gleason (Sheriff Buford T Justic, Smokey). Jerry Reed actually didn't have bad music. He wrote much of the music in smokey and the bandit such as East bound and down and west bound and down. He also has his Amos Moses song that is a classic. Burt Reynolds (Bandit) is still hanging in there and still acting. The most previous thing I can think of is him playing ”Chubby” in My Name is Earl. I know he has done other things more recently then that though. I need to convert that soundtrack to a mp3, I have only converted East bound and down and West bound and down from it so far.
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Post  PV Pilot Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:53 am

Jackie Gleason did a excellent job in that movie,,some really funny scenes in there.
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Post  Admin Mon Dec 05, 2011 1:37 am

I haven't paid much attention to Sally Field (Frog, the bride they pick up along side the road) so im not sure what she has done recently, I guess she was in Forrest Gump if I remember correctly.
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Post  PV Pilot Mon Dec 05, 2011 5:10 am

Admin wrote:I haven't paid much attention to Sally Field (Frog, the bride they pick up along side the road) so im not sure what she has done recently, I guess she was in Forrest Gump if I remember correctly.

That was her last really big hit, her best movie I think was Norma Rae.
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Post  SuperDave Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:38 am

Whoa, let's not get into movies which is a totally different subject.

Taste in ANYTHING (music, movies, art, poetry, food etc) is a highly individualized domain often reflecting the values and stage of life of the observer. As I mentioed earlier, my tastes are ecelectic an can drift from one to another at random. I very often have classics from Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Straus and others playing on CD's here as I write in my den. Food choices can "drift" to from Mexican, Thai, Chinese, Japanese at an opportunities notice.

In essence these choices are what make life interesting as are the activities that I enjoy. Certainly I have preferences but am willing to occasionally go beyond them to discover new things as we do when we travel.

Our recent trip to Nashville, Tennessee is illustrative as it once again piqued my interest in Country/Western. Having my picture taken standing on the stage of the Ryman while holding a guitar and one while sitting on the bench with a bronzes of Roy Acuff and Minnie Pearl was a poignant reminder of their roles in C/W music. I shall treasure those picutures forever.

So, now in my mid-70's, my tastes have been forged by the life that we have lived. My wife and I live in comfortable retirement anticipating and planning the future to come God willing. All the possible by good fortune, good choices and God's blessing.

Merry Christmas! Remember the "reason for the season".


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Post  John Goddard Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:53 am

Where do you start?

For justa bout everything in a Rock/dance/guitar/funk sound if you're not familiar
Utube The Stone Roses 'I am the resurrection' the full
8 min version which has a very clever style switch halfway thru. Not dissimilar to the Reggae switch at the
end of the full 'Spirit of Radio' Rush, but more complete.

Of course the TOTAL pop record that is DownTown by Petula Clark

If Listening to Huge leaps in recording technology anything by Abba/32 track recording studio when everyone else
was using 4 or 8.

Classical, Canon in D Johann Pachabel

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Post  nitroairplane Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:10 pm

All sounds good to me!
At the moment i love this song/remix.
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