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    ?Black Sabbath disappeared????????????

    So much music is 20 seconds or less long and repeated to get to 3.5 minutes.
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    I love Meatloaf, too-talk about intense performances!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoutHikerDad View Post
    I love Meatloaf, too-talk about intense performances!
    While my friend Tim has provided the audio--let's see the Big Boy Himself perform back in the day---Video Style--

    I once heard an interview with him and apparently he'd been in some kind of musical production and he said "Yea everybody wanted to come see the fat boy in tights"--


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    One of the best songs and videos of all time. IMHO.
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    Here's something a bit different I think. Though I suggest good speakers, some music sounds good on anything but some needs good speakers to really get the whole experience.
    The first is called The Pot, from Tools 10000 Days album.
    The second is Lateralus from the Lateralus album.
    They usually have strange videos. Most usually don't like their music, I think partly because it departs from the "radio music" that many are used to.. IMO
    Now let me see if this works, don't know if video will show up but the link should work.
    https://youtu.be/R2F_hGwD26g
    https://youtu.be/_tcW-j7KFgY
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    jeff beck at the moment bit of british blues

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    Sir George Ivan Morrison joining Roger and some friends for a wee sing-along.

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    My parents loved two different styles of music. My dad was a Bluegrass fan/however he would say that what was called 'Bluegrass' was what he grew up on and listened to being played in Barn Dances. In fact dad said that his father would offer housing and breakfast to the guys who played at the dances as long as they would play after breakfast. With that said, dad loved Hank Williams! He got to see him play in Spokane WA along with Roy Acuff/dad said it was supposed to be a dance but as he would tell time and again "Dance my ass, it was like a sardine can in there".

    Mom loved 'Boogie Woogie' and Glen Miller's 'In the mood' was her favorite song and I had it played at the end of her services.

    While they 'preferred' different styles they both would dance to both so for both of them I present this/a recent rendition of a classic swing song:

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    Just picked up a mildly-scratched original copy of this album for $1 at a local used record store, and I've been listening to it all evening. Really, a great dollar spent!

    Sir Douglas Quintet, Mendocino.

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