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sturgeongeneral
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choices> george jones
if you are seeking that vintage country sound look no further than george's 'cold hard truth'. possum, here's to you.

tillotson505
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Scotty Ferrall on Sirius - I'm becoming addicted to this guy - and I really don't give a crap about hockey.

saratoga jay
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Van Morrison...These Dreams Of You

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Sunken Treasure>Wilco>The Pageant 15 May 2008 All 3 STL shows are streaming at wilcoworld.net in the roadcase. I need them on my harddrive!!

hardwood floor
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Tokyo Fan wrote:Midnight Oil-My Country-from Earth and Sun and Moon
really great band for a while there. i think a lot of people didn't realize guitarist jim moginie - and not the tall bald dude - wrote most of their best songs

terrific live ... saw 'em back in the day with hothouse flowers, who were pretty good, and ziggy marley, who actually put the entire mann music center to sleep

saratoga jay
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REM...Little America

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Jason Isbell...In a Razor Town

Texas Tom
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Led Zeppelin - Black Country Woman

Tokyo Fan
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The Dude wrote:
Tokyo Fan wrote:Midnight Oil-My Country-from Earth and Sun and Moon

(I have no idea why, but my i-pod has determined this to be the Midnight Oil day).
Wow. They were my favorite band in college, during which that album came out. Never, ever listen to 'em anymore.
that's the beauty of shuffle mode. I don't listen to them anymore either! And yet I can see that "Sometimes" from Diesel and Dust is soon to hit my air waves again this a.m. (What are the odds?!).

The Dude

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Tokyo Fan wrote:Midnight Oil-My Country-from Earth and Sun and Moon

(I have no idea why, but my i-pod has determined this to be the Midnight Oil day).
Wow. They were my favorite band in college, during which that album came out. Never, ever listen to 'em anymore.

Lawrence Fan
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now he has some big guns. i wonder if they are real or implants?

btw, i think he was referring to Rev.HH not h-n-h.

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Post by gdavis5446 »

saratoga jay wrote:
camaroheadus wrote:
half-n-half wrote:REV. HORTON HEAT-SMOKE 'EM IF YOU GOT 'EM
wow, thats a name i haven't heard of in a while!
yeah, but half has been posting again for the past couple weeks...
Caught them when the Pietasters opened for them at the House Of Blues probably ten years ago. This guy was in attendance, decked out in a sleeveless sweater and glitter all over his face. He's as weird in person as he is on TV.

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The Whigs...Right Hand on My Heart

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camaroheadus wrote:
half-n-half wrote:REV. HORTON HEAT-SMOKE 'EM IF YOU GOT 'EM
wow, thats a name i haven't heard of in a while!
yeah, but half has been posting again for the past couple weeks...

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