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    As the UK rumbles, fumbles, bumbles, and stumbles to, well, whatever the heck happens or doesn't happen re Brexit, this keeps popping into my head. Here's hoping the big heids at Westminster don't forget what could happen if a hard border re-appears and the troubles kick off again.

    Also, it's a great song...

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    How about a trip down memory lane????

    Sound Familiar??

    Our house is as Neil left it- an Aladdin’s cave of 'stuff'.

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    http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tpo6cg4ImHg&t=8s

    Listening to this out on my deck on a beautiful Spring evening-they don't make 'em like Willie any more.
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    I got the chance to see Willie back in 1980 at the Old Spokane Colosseum which held 20 thousand people.

    Billie Swan had a one hit wonder of 'I can help' and he played for awhile then Kris Kristofferson played for about an hour--Great Music but he couldn't carry a tune in a bucket!

    Then Willie and Family came on! The first song was 'I gotta get drunk' and when he finished the entire place was on their feet applauding. I had great seats, about 10 rows back and just off left of center. I could see Willie's eyes twinkling and he had a big smile, but then he said "Well hell, I know what's wrong" and he walked off stage but came right back with a fifth of whisky then opened it and took a swig then passed it around for the rest of the band.

    The next song was "I gotta get drunk".

    He and his band played for almost 3 hours!! They did most of the songs from the Red Headed Stranger, Stardust, Phases and Stages and so much more.

    One song that I've always enjoyed as it tells the story of someone who broke the established rules and was punished for it but the ending is so thought provoking.

    I give you 'The Trouble Maker'

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    It's a Stan Rogers kind of day here.



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    I don’t get many chances to listen to music these days, but I’m testing out my new stereo with Eric Dolphy’s Out To Lunch. Sounds beautiful

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    I’ve been in a Radiohead mood lately so all day today lol

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    It's storming like hell here; for some reason, feels like an Allman Brothers kind of evening:


    That is one band I would have liked to hear jam in their prime. Duane, aka "SkyDog" was easily the greatest white slide blues player who ever slipped a glass Coricidin bottle on his ring finger.
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    Nothing better than watching musicians who clearly LOVE what they're doing. Carter Beauford definitely falls into this category. Is there a happier drummer out there?


    It was in original condition, faded red, well-worn, but nice.
    This was and still is my favorite combination; beautiful, original, and worn.
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    Earl Thomas Conley passed to-day. Bummer.


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