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Ed24345

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  1. Looking forward to seeing Arlo Guthrie April 13,2011 @ the Rio Theater in Santa Cruz,Ca.!
  2. I loved his music. He will be missed! R.I.P Dan Fogelberg.
  3. That should be a fine one to see!
  4. I love this kind of stuff. Thank's fot posting.
  5. A very sad end! Brad, I for one will not forget you now that you are gone!! Rest well!
  6. A few I can think of off the top of my head are: Let Her Cry-Hootie & the Blowfish Cats in the Craddle-Harry Chapin Living Years-Mike & the Mechanics Possotivly 4th St.-Bob Dylan I know there's more to come later.
  7. I just found out moment's ago about this & feel it's definetly a sad day! He will be missed by many!
  8. Look up 'Dr. Demento' who has a show out of the LA,Ca. area a7 play's nothing but novelty music. Also has quite a # of CD collections available put out by Ryno Records. I have a # of them myself.
  9. Fish Heads & Dead Puppy's are 2 of my fav's.
  10. Also: mammajamma-Alan Parsons Project The In Crowd-Ramsy Lewis
  11. Anything Live from Stevie Ray Vaughn.. :guitar:
  12. Haven't listened to much 'punk' music-pretty much only what has been played occationally on the rock station's,but have at least liked a couple of song's from the clash.
  13. I usually switch back & forth from the News/talk station's & KCSM 91.1FM (which is commercial free jazz 24/7)& occationally flip through the various rock station's when I'm in my car/work truck. When I'm home I'll have on either KCSM.org (yep,same jazz station on the net) or radiostarfleet.com which is sci/fi,anamine,game music w/an occational 2hr. 'variaty' show in the eve.
  14. Dire Straits because there's just SOOOOO much more of ther music I enjoy listening to!
  15. For me,2 are- Living years by Mike & the Mechanics Cats in the Cradle by Harry Chapin
  16. I don't know of any resant rock song's w/those lyrics, but there is a song that was mostly played as Country but was also played on Pop stations by Dan Seals called 'Everything that glitters (is not gold).
  17. I had seen a San Francisco/Bay Area group some year's back called 'The Bluejeans' & I highly recommend them. They had at least 1 CD out called 'A Night at the Saloon'& there is a few avail. on Amazon.com if interested. My copy is still on regular rotation even today!
  18. Actually, Pat Benatar put at least 1 Blues album a few year's back called 'True Love'. Good stuff maynerd!!!
  19. I personally enjoy both versions also!
  20. The first time I'd heard of Rush was in my senior yr. of high school in '82 & the song was 'Tom Sayer' & I couldn't get to the store fast enough to get a copy of 'Moving pictures'. I loved that album! I later had bought other Rush album's & thought-"What the f... is that?" & just couldn't listen to them again without feeling my ear's would start bleeding if I did. Oh well-an aquired taste I guess.
  21. ELO is my second all time favorite band (CCR being first). I remember having aquired a copy of 'New World Record' as a teen & was hooked ever since & have every album they put out.
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