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Ken

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  1. Go ahead and laugh... Others think this might be true.... contains foul language.
  2. Happy belated Love. Your DVD should be to you this week... Always, Kenny.
  3. Little Red Rooster :Howlin' Wolf
  4. The Cramps Like A Bad Girl Should
  5. Gillain Welch is the woman asking if the shopkeeper has a copy of Man Of Constant Sorrow from this series of clips from "O Brother Where Art Thou?".....
  6. Somewhere in a lonely hotel room there's a guy starting to realize that eternal fate has turned its back on him.
  7. I'd always found Alice Cooper's "Years Ago" "The Awakening" and "Steven" kinda creepy. "Cold Ethyl" however? Well, that's an awesome song.....
  8. I have the soundtrack as well, it is awesome. No, this is a separate live concert, recorded at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium starring the musicians from "O Brother". My favorite is Gillian Welch, Alison Krauss and Emmylou Harris doing "Didn't Leave Nobody but the Baby" . Gave me goosebumps. Ken.
  9. Get your hands on a copy of the superior "Down From The Mountain - The Music From O Brother Where Art Thou?". Gillian Welch turns in a number of unbelieveable performances. The following is from wikipedia.com Performances in the film "Po' Lazarus" – arrangement by Alan Lomax; performed by the Fairfield Four (Isaac Freeman, Wilson Waters, Robert Hamlett, Joseph Rice and Nathan Best) "Big Rock Candy Mountain" – traditional; performed by John Hartford, vocals and fiddle; Mike Compton, mandolin; Chris Sharp, guitar; Larry Perkins, bass "Wild Bill Jones" – traditional; performed by Alison Krauss and Union Station (Alison Krauss, vocals and fiddle; Dan Tyminski, vocals and guitar; Barry Bales, bass; Jerry Douglas, dobro; Ron Block, banjo) "Blue and Lonesome" – traditional; performed by Alison Krauss and Union Station "Green Pastures" – traditional; performed by Emmylou Harris, vocals and guitar; Gillian Welch, vocals; David Rawlings, vocals and guitar; Jerry Douglas, dobro; Barry Bales, bass "Indian War Whoop" – written by Hoyt Ming and Pep Steppers; performed by John Hartford, fiddle; Gillian Welch, vocals; Mike Compton, mandolin; Chris Sharp, guitar; Larry Perkins, bass "Didn't Leave Nobody but the Baby" – arrangement by Alan Lomax, T-Bone Burnett and Gillian Welch; performed by Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, and Gillian Welch "John Law Burned Down the Liquor Sto'" – Chris Thomas King and Colin Linden, slide resonator guitars and vocals. "I Am Weary (Let Me Rest)" – written by Pete Roberts; performed by the Cox Family (Suzanne Cox, vocals and mandolin; Evelyn Cox, guitar; Sidney Cox, banjo; Willard Cox, vocals and fiddle; Barry Bales, bass; Mike Compton, mandolin) "Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown?" – traditional; performed by the Cox Family "In the Highways" – written by Maybelle Carter; performed by Leah, Sarah and Hannah Peasall "Down in the River to Pray" – traditional; performed by Alison Krauss with the First Baptist Church Choir of White House, Tennessee "Man of Constant Sorrow" – arrangement by Ed Haley; solo fiddle by John Hartford "Dear Someone" – written by Gillian Welch and David Rawlings; performed by Gillian Welch, vocals; David Rawlings, vocals and guitar; John Hartford, fiddle; Mike Compton, mandolin "I Want to Sing That Rock and Roll" – written by Gillian Welch and David Rawlings; performed by Gillian Welch, vocals; David Rawlings, vocals and guitar "Keep on the Sunny Side" – written by A.P. Carter; performed by The Whites (Sharon White, vocals and guitar; Cheryl White, vocals and bass; Buck White, vocals and guitar; Jerry Douglas, dobro) "Shove That Hog's Foot Further in the Bed" – written by Ed Haley; performed by John Hartford, vocals and fiddle; Mike Compton, mandolin; Chris Sharp, guitar; Larry Perkins, bass "O Death" – traditional; performed by Ralph Stanley "Angel Band" – traditional; performed by Ralph Stanley and cast Ken.
  10. "Tryin' To Reason With The Hurricane Season" - Jimmy Buffett.
  11. Johnny Cash Harry Belafonte Hank Williams, Sr. Ray Charles (God, I love this man) Elvis Chuck Berry Little Richard Eddy Arnold Roy Orbison
  12. I was surprised that such a bright colorful tropical place produced such a dark, heavy album....
  13. Standing in front of Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas. This is where AC/DC recorded "Back In Black"! Ken.
  14. "Lets talk dirty in Hawaiian" John Prine Well,I packed my bags and bought myself a ticket For the land of the tall palm tree Aloha old Milwaukee, hello Waikiki! I just stepped down from the airplane When I heard her say, Waka waka nuka licka, waka waka nuka licka Would you like a lei? eh? Lets talk dirty in Hawaiian Whisper in my ear Kicka pooka mok a wa wahini Are the words I long to hear Lay your coconut on my tiki What the hecka mooka mooka dear Lets talk dirty in Hawaiian Say the words I long to hear Its a ukelele Honolulu sunset Listen to the grass skirts sway Drinking rum from a pineapple Out on Honolulu bay The steel guitars all playing While shes talking with her hands Gimme gimme oka doka make a wish and wanta polka Words I understand hey! Lets talk dirty in Hawaiian Whisper in my ear Kicka pooka mok a wa wahini Are the words I long to hear Lay your coconut on my tiki What the hecka mooka mooka dear Lets talk dirty in Hawaiian Say the words I long to hear Well, I boughta lota junka with my moola And sent it to the folks back home I never had the chance to dance the hula Well,i guess I should have known When you start talking to the sweet wahini Walking in the pale moonlight Ohka noka whatta setta knocka-rocka-sis-boom-boccas Hope I said it right oh! Lets talk dirty in Hawaiian Whisper in my ear Kicka pooka mok a wa wahini Are the words I long to hear Lay your coconut on my tiki What the hecka mooka mooka dear Lets talk dirty in Hawaiian Say the words I long to hear Lets talk dirty in Hawaiian Say the words I long to hear aloha
  15. Heeeeeeeeeey. Hey, just wait a minute.... Anyone else play Euchre here? What are the most powerful cards in the Euchre deck? The jacks. And what are they called? The left and right.... Bauer? And how many cards are in the Euchre deck? Yep.... Twenty-four. I am not kidding.. Odd as a cod... Ken.
  16. I dunno... this could easily be a 24 crossover thread. But when he took Curtis out, well, I thought the writers were driving a car with 2 wheels off the road and hanging on for dear life......
  17. A lot of the answers here surprise me. Not in a bad way or a good way, just, they surprise me. Yeah. I would die for my country. I think about the sacrifices that the men and women before me made so that I can enjoy the freedoms that I enjoy. They died for their country. If I said no, I wasn't willing to lay my life down to ensure that those after me could enjoy the same rights and freedoms, I view it as kind of selfish. Just my opinion.
  18. I am really upset that this went here. It was just a stupid post about an old scary puppet. Wow.
  19. Have you checked the children?...........
  20. I was surprised to find this on YouTube. When I was a kid, this terrified me. And it still does...... Ken.
  21. One for Sue..... Oh, Susie Q Oh, Susie Q Oh, Susie Q I love you My Susie Q I love the way you walk I love the way you talk Love the way you walk I love the way you talk My Susie Q Say that you'll be true Say that you'll be true Say that you'll be true And never leave me blue My Susie Q Oh, Susie Q Oh, Susie Q Oh, Susie Q Honey I love you My Susie Q
  22. Drugs are bad for everything
  23. I am not so sure that this is a reason to celebrate. It wouldn't surprise me if the crazies over there use this as an excuse to get just a little bit nuttier.
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