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6 hours ago, scraglycat said:

Seems like the sadder and darker they are, the better I like them. Wife says if she had to listen to my music she would probably jump off a bridge.?

Mine tells me that too so you can tell her you know of at least one more like you

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Jerry Jeff Walker "Too old to change" I really identify with his laid back style of music.

 

Jerry Jeff Walker "Like a coat from the cold" was the song played when my wife and did our wedding dance thing. Still sends shivers (in a good way)

 

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Hey Jordi - here's my favorite Dutch band:

 

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21 hours ago, Steve C. said:

The redhead and I got to see Jason and his lady Amanda Shire open for John Prine a couple of years ago.  I liked him with the Drive By Truckers and have some of his solo stuff now too.  His lyrics are full and I like the way he sings.  Here's a relatively new one, followed by a gritty old Truckers song.

 

 

That version of Mr fantasy is better than original IMO. Winwood is underrated as a guitarist. He &EC do a great version of the Blind Faith tune Can’t find my way home. 

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1 hour ago, IHhogfarmer said:

This is becoming a favorite song of mine 

I saw him play in Steamboat Springs, one of my all time favorite songs. 

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On 3/12/2019 at 10:24 PM, dannyredfan said:

A new song but I love it.  Can't post a link.    Eric church. Some of it.  Love the way he puts things together 

Church is good.  He don't sing too much I don't like. Springsteen, Round here buzz, Desperate man, Creepin, Talladega.

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22 hours ago, IHhogfarmer said:

To me George Strait songs are like IH tractors I have favorites but it’s hard to pick just one ?

Some of you will appreciate this one. 

George is my all time favorite singer hands Down.  Never heard him sing a bad song.  I listen to that Jerry Reed song pretty frequently as well.

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17 minutes ago, Ihcubguy said:

 

 

George is my all time favorite singer hands Down.  Never heard him sing a bad song.  I listen to that Jerry Reed song pretty frequently as well.

We’ve had this  conversation on another music thread not too long ago. And I agree he doesn’t sing a bad one, I know quite a few songs by him word for word haha

This one was one of three #1 hits he had from the album “If you ain’t lovin you ain’t livin” which is also the name of this song 

 

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If I posted the variety of music I listen to we would be here all day long.  I will listen to things from the 60's like The Beatles.  The Bee Gee's.  Almost any country from the 70's to the present.  Queen, Journey, Toto, Hall and Oate's, Foreigner, Some Aerosmith and Metallica, (basically most 80's and 90's pop and rock).  Some late 90's to early 2000's pop like N'Sync, Matchbox 20, One Republic, Nickleback, Maroon 5, Adele ect, ect......  I also listen to Contemporary Christian music as well.  Almost anything really with the exception of rap and really Heavy metal.

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8 minutes ago, IHhogfarmer said:

We’ve had this  conversation on another music thread not too long ago. And I agree he doesn’t sing a bad one, I know quite a few songs by him word for word haha

This one was one of three #1 hits he had from the album “If you ain’t lovin you ain’t livin” which is also the name of this song 

 

Yes we have had this discussion recently. To me besides Strait out of the box his best album is the Pure Country soundtrack. I've refrained on this thread from posting too many songs as my previous post here should show why.  My mix of music is quite extensive.  I think it's because my parents listened to country and my sister was a rock/pop fan when we ere kids in the 80's.  Later I worked at a place where the people in control of the radio listened to pop in the late 90's to early 2000's.  My mother in law is a HUGE Beatles fan and my wife listened to things like Seal and Bonnie Raitt when we met and then was into pop up till about 6 years ago so I have been around a wide variety over my life.  Plus I will listen to instrumental from time to time as well (probably because I was in the band in middle and high school).

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40 minutes ago, Ihcubguy said:

Yes we have had this discussion recently. To me besides Strait out of the box his best album is the Pure Country soundtrack. I've refrained on this thread from posting too many songs as my previous post here should show why.  My mix of music is quite extensive.  I think it's because my parents listened to country and my sister was a rock/pop fan when we ere kids in the 80's.  Later I worked at a place where the people in control of the radio listened to pop in the late 90's to early 2000's.  My mother in law is a HUGE Beatles fan and my wife listened to things like Seal and Bonnie Raitt when we met and then was into pop up till about 6 years ago so I have been around a wide variety over my life.  Plus I will listen to instrumental from time to time as well (probably because I was in the band in middle and high school).

My favorite George Strait album is Ocean Front Property. I don’t think I was practical to do so but imo he could have had five #1 hits from that album alone. 

Obviously, I love country music, but I also listen to Contemporary Christian and a Little Rock/pop music. Those are the main ones for me 

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13 hours ago, D1206 said:

That version of Mr fantasy is better than original IMO. Winwood is underrated as a guitarist. He &EC do a great version of the Blind Faith tune Can’t find my way home. 

Speaking of Steve Winwood.....

It's been reported that Clapton was once asked what it is like to be the best guitarist in the world. His response was "I don't know, you'd have to ask Prince."

I guess the second half of this video would make a case for that statement. 

 

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Some really good ones posted so far. I’m a country/rock fan. Here is probably my favorite band out now. I’ve seen them live and they sound just as good there as the radio. (At least the 4 times I saw them they did) The last one is Ryan Bingham and I really like his gravely sound.  

 

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