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Hope this isn't getting too far outa the box but I thought I'd try it anyhow.

Randy and I seem to have very similar tastes in Music so maybe it won't just be me posting here.

After saying that, I will say this - - - - "My favorite Skynyrd song of all their hits is this one"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZTVdztgE5I

Be forewarned that listening to this song and Cruising the Country Back Roads can get you a speeding ticket - - Trust me on that one, OK?



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Out of the box!??  This is the "Off Topic" section; I wonder which topic you are "Off" on?  Oh, yeah, it's music.  smilesmile

That is a good 'un, Em(E), made me want to go kick a leg over and get in the wind - probably never happen ever again, but I can still dream.  Sometimes that is what music is best for.

I am a music mongrel.  I like just about any kind of tunes, and depending on my mood at any given time, my choice can vary from Bach or Beethoven to Ellington, or Skynrd, The Allman Brothers, Jonathan Edwards, and others of varying styles.  Back in the early 80s, my youngest was way deep into metal, and fancied himself a bass player, and he'd about blow the windows out of wherever he was , house or car; I was always on his butt about it, and we had a lot of heated discussions about it - read: arguments.  He was without wheels for a while and was using one of Mom's or Dad's modes of transport when it was available, and would leave his tapes in the cars.  One night, I picked him up from his job on my way home from work; I had had a long and somewhat stressful day, and on my almost hour long ride home, I had found one of his tapes and started listening to it.  Buried deep in all of the noise, I think the band was Queen or something like that, I found some truly remarkable instrumental artistry, and at a reasonable volume, the music was somewhat enjoyable.  Before I got to where I was going to pick him up, I just reached over and cranked the volume waaaaay up; he came out the back door of the furniture store and the old Suburban was sitting there with the windows bulging to the beat of the bass; the look on his face was absolutely priceless.  Then, I turned it back down and we had a "discussion" all the way home about "listening to the music", the instrumental nuances, the artistry in it, not just the noise.  He was amazed to find that his Old Man had another facet he had never seen before.

Since we left the mountains, I have lost touch with my music jones, though; up in the woods and canyons, I seemed to have the setup just right, and the lifestyle was conducive to just kicking back and getting lost in the music sometimes.  After we left there, the expensive system I had got broken down and never worked right again, and then got stored away.  This last move, I was packing stuff and in doing so, set it all up and fired it up - one channel was dead, the speakers were shot, and it was sort of done for, so it got hauled off to the recyclers; along with a few dead computers and the stereos of the kids and our own old stuff that we had carted all over with us; it got me almost a hundred bucks.

Keep this going, I enjoy the music, and when I follow one of the links you guys put up, I always find something else that is interesting, too.



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I'm in.

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biggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin I would have bet money and given odds that your first installment would be SRV and one of my favorites of his BTW.

AND since you have posted a Texas Legend (God rest his soul), I will change the genre just a tad and share one of the good 'ol Texas Boys that is known in by his peers in Nashville and other music circles as "the singer's singer"!  This clip is from a Network called RFDTV which I watch faithfully all the time.  In it you will see famous Icons of Country Music.  Some who are still with us and some who have gone on, but nevertheless a great show created by Larry Black and Bill Anderson back around 1997, called "Country's Family Reunion".  I think that we have lost around 21 of the regular guests stars from the first couple of shows.

Here's is Gene Watson singing his signature song "Farewell Party" for your listening pleasure.  I will get back to more R n B later so just enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9AmJtVB8LA



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well since we're takin' a horizontal slide.......

www.youtube.com/watch

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ah yes, Mr. Lightn'n was the King of the Mississippi Delta Blues so I'll stay on the Delta but change genders and install what we used to call "belly rubbing music" - - - if you can't hold your Honey close and gently sway to this one by Mz. Etta then you'd better check your Right Guard biggrinbiggrinbiggrin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9sq3ME0JHQ



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well, i got a narrow likin for music. i ben listenin to and buyin the same stuff since the ol 8 track and 45 players in cars. i do like ol rock n roll best. course i can listen to carlos santana play all dang day. i like pink floyd too. strange as it may seem don williams is my favorite singer. go figger. hahaha

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That's a couple great ones Mello, 'specially like Etta. Geezer, I can't fault your choices one bit either. Personally, I think we grew up listening to some of the best music ever made. From Big Band and Bandstand up to but definately NOT including RAP evileye.gif.

I got a hankering for some Bob Marley but I'll leave ya with this : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6ymVaq3Fqk



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Unfortunately there are lot of "Paris's" in Texas between the Super Slabs and they can be found and enjoyed by just taking the old routes that we did when we were younger.  Nice Nostalgic viewing, Randy. 

OK Mego, this may not be early morning listening but it is Carlos n'Crew at their best IMHO -- - especially their 20 year old drummer Michael Shrieve who happened to be one of the youngest performers at THE '69 Woodstock.  Not too bad for a 'left coast' Anglo Dude, eh?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBG6IaSQCpU

Dang, after listening to that, I think I want Sausage, Eggs, Pepper Jack and Salsa Burritos for breakfast. 



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You guys are going to get me sidetracked, and I'll wind up sitting here listening to music all day - not a bad way to pass some time, though.  I can't watch one of those vids without checking out others that are offered there, too, and next thing I know, a good amount of time has slid on down the day.  Thanks - seriously; I enjoy it.

Randy, the pictures on that Ry Cooder vid really set my wanderlust to running.  I have spent most of my life wandering and working in country like that, and especially along the Old Highway 66 corridor through California, Arizona, New Mexico, the Texas Panhandle, and eastern Oklahoma, and I was sitting here watching that vid and thinking "God, I love that country, gotta get out and GO!"  Thanks.

Em(E), I had bacon, eggs, pepper jack, and salsa burritos for brunch yesterday, wouldn't have any trouble doing them again.

Please keep the tunes coming, gents, and I'll try to see if I can reciprocate, somehow.



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If that don't make you want to get the ole bike out and go for a ride , nothing will,, and that's exactly what I intend to do after I take my Gran daughter to her cheerleading practice,  I'm with Geeze on the music choice,, Santana, Bob Segar, Fleetwood mac, Toto, hall& Oates,, Skinnard,  all good listening and grooving sounds,,  



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This thread needs some "Boogie Woogie" and here it is done Cosmic Cowboy Suthern Style !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWI4eC1Qf0I

(got a special dedication post tomorrow so be sure and tune in)



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Boogie Woogie you say?, well......... www.youtube.com/watch heh heh heh

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The artist hasn't died, but the Music World has lost one of the finest voices from the last 50 years and I, for one, will miss her and her talent.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqmR1yTdkhk

I knew who Linda was in 1960 but I fell in love (heat) with her after this concert and have been a loyal fan ever since.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hr9vKWLgZzo

Linda, you are in my thoughts and prayers and I pray we have your music to fill our souls, hearts and minds for a Long Long Time!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0qm8nq8RcA

The Eagles interview concerning and about Linda.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73OJ091RByY



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I was born in the Texas Panhandle and was raised on Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys that my parents grew up listening to and dancing to so it's only natural that I would fall in love with these multi-talented Texas Cuties from the first time I heard them.  Gentlemen, "When it comes to Western (Texas) Swing, it don't git no better than this here!"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShIR-639GnY



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OK, one more of one of my favorite Ladies and then it's someone else's turn!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMiAhf8J92k



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Okay, I went window shopping on YouTube; here are a few that I like.  Heck, I love this genre, could listen to it all day and night.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXV3eFeE16U

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ2y3S8dkHU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikQcoK5d_n4

 



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"Faded Love" was my Dad's favorite song of all and when I was gigging and he would come to the Club, it was mandatory that I do it.

That genre came to pass during some hard times in this Country with the Depression and War and All and I guess that Bob and others really provided some kind of getaway for the folks back then.



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Couldn't wiat to post this one that a Canuck Music Officianado Buddy of mine sent me. 

This is a Canadian R and B Band called, "Downchild", and these OF's can still kick it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aeGwCTaKFA



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I'd almost give up some body part for that much energy; pretty hot for a bunch of old guys.

When I was growing up in sunny SoCal, about the only "country" music heard in my folks house was - sometimes - Bob Wills, and once in a while something else, but I don't remember just who or what.  My folks moved west in the early thirties when my mom and dad were still early teens, so they were products of their environment, and they were dancers of some local repute; their music of choice most of the time was the swing and ballroom tunes of the late depression and WWII era, and I still love it today - kind of like comfort food, it usually calms me and makes me feel better if I am in a funk.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igBDKiYEelk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qafnJ6mRbgk

 



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Sounds like the miles between my family and yours was ALL THERE WAS, because my parents and grandparents all loved that genre and, of course, they had their stacks of 78 RPM vinyl which I was blessed to enjoy as a child - - - - I'll bet your folks would have loved the Quebe Sisters also - -  I know my Dad sure would have - - - their vocal harmony is very similar to the Andrews and McGuires.  Didn't the quote go something like "they were the best of times and they were the worst of times"?????



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Well, not too many folks seem to care for jazz, but Miss Bella, my oldest son Tom, and I do - maybe it's my influence on their young minds.  In my mind, here is one of the Kings of jazz; he gets a bit "notey" sometimes, but not too much.  I can put this stuff by him and others on kind of low and in the background, and it greases my ability to function somehow.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=uPlU9xYmWKI

And, who has not heard of The Duke?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHRbEhLj540



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Ah yes and 6/8 Jazz Waltz to boot - - one of my favorite meters --- - - good stuff !



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Sorry guys, I was away a few days. Mello, you mentioned Downchild Blues Band. I saw them a few times in Toronto at small clubs and once on the ferry that runs in Toronto Harbour. Got a little hammered & nearly ended up in the drink.

Saw the Lost Marbles Boogie Band live at this place as well as others but I confess - I don't recall a few nights here and there. : www.youtube.com/watch


Since you posted Linda (love her, who doesn't?) here's a lady that makes the hair on my arms stand straight up : www.youtube.com/watch Saw her live in local clubs too.

And then there's Sass : www.youtube.com/watch - makes the hair on the rest of my body stand up.

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Nice installments and welcome back, Randy, Canada's Sue Foley kinda makes my ?hair? stand up also especially when she picks that hard body axe of hers. Think my next installment could be something from L'Angelus from Southern LA --- that's Louisiana for you Yanks and Northern exposed folks.

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As I mentioned earlier, one of my sweethearts of my "hippie days" is going thru some medical stuff right now and I've kinda had her "music" on my mind lately.

Here is a good video showing some pics of her awesome voyage thru the music world and a great 'ol Roy Orbison song to boot.

Enjoy,

meller

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=su_NI9PQ1XQ



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I realize that Veteran's Day isn't until Monday, but I wanted to post a special thanks right now to ALL the Veterans, those still living and those that have passed on and also to the many men and women in our Military. "May God shine his light on you and your family"
Emmett Byars

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I wrote a song back in the late '60s about a POW-MIA entitled "Forgotten" and, even tho I knew better, I let a local manager and producer talk me into letting "our" band that I was bass player for record it.  Of course the producers song that he wrote was conveniently on the other side.  I should have sent it to Merle Haggard or someone similar that was credited then but I didn't and hind sight is definitely 20/20.  Here are the lyrics.

"Forgotten"
melody and lyrics by Emmett Byars
"Here I sit alone in South East Asia
and this heart breaking thought keeps torturing me.
Could she even be aware that I'm still living?
Or does she go to bed tonight with security?

My boy was just a baby when I left there
and I know he was to young to realize,
the many many nights his Daddy held him
when the newness of the world would make him cry.

Chorus:
And I didn't ask what my country could do for me
yet my tear stained eyes make me feel weak and small.
My mind was so possessed by one great thought then
and that was Liberty and Justice for All.

I feel forgotten and alone in South East Asia
I'm just existing like some animal, locked in a stall.
Maybe someday someone with concern for Freedom
Will hear this prisoner's prayer and answer 'their' duties call !"

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If you have a minute or two, I highly recommend taking a listen to this one from Guy Clark.
It has the lyrics for those that are audio challenged like myself. Hope you enjoy it and have a peaceful day, Em
www.youtube.com/watch">www.youtube.com/watch

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I have tried to think of something to say, besides thanks, but I can't come up with anything better.



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'Ol West Texas Gentleman is purty good with melodic poetry and talking to the taxpaying working man !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgCyXw2EWuA

Here's one I think he probably wrote just for me biggrin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAtmhPUAg4U

No doubt he had some Mississippi Delta Influence !



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It's probably pretty obvious that I like Country Music and I guess that's where my roots are so bear with me when I post some of these 'cause if I don't post'em when I think of them - - - I FORGET THEM biggrinbiggrinbiggrin  BTW, this was recorded on the "Country Family Reunion Show" not too long before Johnny passed away.

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the country music has ben rock for years. the old stuff is great.some of the newer is ok but it aint what it was.just my penion.

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Philex Navodeaux, Y'all !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjJ7VhfrSDM



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Here's one on the lighter side from a Country Music Icon that left us way too soon. R.I.P. Boss Hawg !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmabvEcmKoA



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Peace, Goodwill and Love - - - - from me and mine to you and yours !
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=190-uQL5epE



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After all the frantic Holidays, this is a good one to chill with.
"Just kick back and get Mellow with Mello !"
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how about a TIMELY - - - BLAST FROM THE PAST ?

HAPPY NEW YEAR Y'ALL

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYjqRU9SaGo



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Being from the South has exposed me to a lot of genres of Music, especially what we call Louisiana Swamp Pop and Swamp Blues. The folks along the Mississippi Delta sometimes call it Delta Blues but no matter what you call it, most of the time it speaks of the common man and his struggle thru life. Here's an artist that wasn't widely known but is a true blues artist and unfortunately we lost Tabby New Years Day - - - - so this one is for him. Rest In Peace, Tabby!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpIUscJH0-g



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Hey Randy, this one's for you ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uthoVUY2Gho

Hope you don't overdose with so many greats on the stage at one time.  biggrin



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Pete Seegar, the original, "flower child", dead at 94 - - - Rest In Peace, Pete
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JG9RwcMP0hk



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I just 'lurked' on this thread, but a buddy just sent me this link. And again, the site wont let me insert the clickable link:

http://www.1959bhsmustangs.com/VideoJukebox.htm#  Copy and paste - then 'waste' an hour or more on memories

This is the top several for each year through at least the '70s as put together by some high school. I had seen it before, but had lost it from my bookmark list. Enjoy. I have already spent over an hour listening (look at Johnny Horton's Battle of New Orleans for a reaaaaly good shew first)



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This one is clickable:

http://www.1959bhsmustangs.com/VideoJukebox.htm#

Dang you Dave, there goes another Thursday morning nodisbelief



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Mello Yello wrote:

This one is clickable:

http://www.1959bhsmustangs.com/VideoJukebox.htm#

Dang you Dave, there goes another Thursday morning nodisbelief


Thanks Em. For whatever reason, I just can't post links on a regular basis.

As far as spending your off hours - I'm always here to helpbiggrin And being of the seniorhood makeup, that playlist will get lots of my time too



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When I met my girl (wife to this day) I had never heard of these two singers.

Now I just can't stop listening to them.

 

Melanie

 

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The Fifties are my favorite time for almost any of the Arts so I'll be crankin'em up for sure.
Dave, all I did to make the link clickable was to put this [ u r l ] in front of the link and this [ / u r l ] behind the link but
WITHOUT ANY SPACES IN BETWEEN !

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thanks 58Chevy, I hadn't thought of those ladies in a long time - - - great voices both
here's 3 more of my favorite ladies from that Era

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgMEPk6fvpg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQOuxByR5VI

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That jukebox site could do me in - I could listen to all of them; too bad they don't have a continuous play button on it. Growing up in the forties, fifties, and early sixties gave me a long list of popular music likes, but those from about '54 to '60 are the ones that bring back so many memories of puppy love, the angst of being a teen, and all that stuff. Thanks, Gents for the good entertainment.

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