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On 1/12/2020 at 12:13 AM, mikem said:

Still my favorite country song----------it has almost everybody........

Mike

I had just watched this video today again. I really like the blending that was done to make it work

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15 minutes ago, hillman said:

never posted in this thread before. 38 Special + Skynyrd = Van Zant Brothers

 really nice tune I hope most enjoy it 

 

 

Anything by Vansant is fine with me. 

Absolutely loved Flashback album from 38 special

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21 minutes ago, bitty said:

Anything by Vansant is fine with me. 

Absolutely loved Flashback album from 38 special

Wild Eyed Southern Boys was my favorite until they made the Live at Sturgis double CD and also double DVD -all the hits performed perfectly   

 

 

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the closest I can get to Country would be The Kentucky Headhunters but Fred Young wears a JD hat??

 

 Big Bad BTO ? I saw them 2 times, last time they had a meet &greet . They did not disappoint! good guys you could relate to and talk to. Blair Thornton gave me his guitar pic. I still have it. I told Rob Bachman I would have brought my albums to have them autogragh had I known . He said' When you got up this morning what the **** were you thinking? ….with a grin on his face

 

this is filming in a prison - FOUR WHEEL DRIVE

 

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Although he later revealed himself to be a white supremacist pig DAC's cover of "Hello in There" is excellent.  Maybe even better than John's original.

 

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5 hours ago, gonzo 1066 said:

I did not know too much about John Prine till the last couple years.    Chicago Postman, and was able to pen some great songs. 

 

We've been listening to him for several years - got to see him in St. Louis a couple of years ago.  One of the best shows I've seen and heard.  Great entertainer.

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Four young guys from Michigan (three brothers and a friend) started a band several years ago.  They often get compared to Led Zeppelin (no surprise) but I don't think they're copying as much as just showing a lot of influence.  I also hear Rush at times in some of their songs, but I also hear lots of different influences in the guitar, bass work, and vocals.  It seems like they're doing pretty well now - this song is from the soundtrack of Ford v Ferrari.

I like 'em and hope they do well.  They're writing and playing a style of music that's been in short supply lately.

 

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22 hours ago, gonzo 1066 said:

I did not know too much about John Prine till the last couple years.    Chicago Postman, and was able to pen some great songs. 

I found out about him because Sturgill Simpson referred to him as a major influence, and I love Sturgill's stuff. They even did a few duets.

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If you dont listen to this whole song and not feel your heart strings being pulled at, you not human haha

Watch "My Heart Will Go On - Recorder By Candlelight by Matt Mulholland" on YouTube
https://youtu.be/X2WH8mHJnhM

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