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    I think I wore out a couple of Bridge of Sighs cassettes years ago.

    The Flying Burrito Brothers have been in my ears the last few weeks. Sneaky Pete's steel guitar makes me happy.

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    Because I am in that mood.


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    All good stuff-I just got back into Dwight Yoakam, one of my favorite modern country singers:

    And here's another classic that takes me back to about '77 in my best friend's basement, playing air guitar and listening to this on his dad's big console stereo (which mostly only spun Eddy Arnold when he was around!):

    Yep, sometimes I crank up old Kiss when I'm in a certain mood in my shop. That whole Destroyer album was just a masterpiece IMO.
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    Noticed a group in my Tidal app called Car Seat Headrest and with a name like that I just had to check them out. Enjoyed a fine live compilation from several live shows. Great stuff.

    I'm approaching music sort of "out of the box" these days to see what's out there that I may like, and man this was impossible a few decades ago at per-CD prices. I bought a few CDs from a few bands and that was it....basically a starvation diet.

    But a $20 per month unlimited, lossless streaming subscription changes everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoutHikerDad View Post
    And here's another classic that takes me back to about '77 in my best friend's basement, playing air guitar and listening to this on his dad's big console stereo (which mostly only spun Eddy Arnold when he was around!):

    Yep, sometimes I crank up old Kiss when I'm in a certain mood in my shop. That whole Destroyer album was just a masterpiece IMO.
    Did you ever see the film, Detroit Rock City? Hilarious road-trip film with plot revolving around efforts of some hapless teens to see a once in a lifetime KISS concert in Detroit of course. I'm sure I would enjoy seeing this classic once again.
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    My playlist keeps expanding. It includes:
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Blackberry Smoke
    Black Stone Cherry
    Whiskey Myers
    Charlie Daniels Band
    The Steel Woods
    Grinderswitch
    Wet Willie
    Van Zant
    Jimmie Van Zant
    .38 Special
    Marshall Tucker
    Allman Brothers
    Ozark Mountain Daredevils
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    Dug out the Led Zepplin Tribute Album. This is one of the tunes:

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    Feeling festive, and fall fair-ish..

    https://youtu.be/FGczNY3b7xE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedster View Post
    Did you ever see the film, Detroit Rock City? Hilarious road-trip film with plot revolving around efforts of some hapless teens to see a once in a lifetime KISS concert in Detroit of course. I'm sure I would enjoy seeing this classic once again.
    Mark-I've never seen or even heard of that movie, but I think I would love it! In my neighborhood growing up, a lot of us kids wore the face-paint at Halloween, were members of the Kiss Army (for $5 you got the shoulder patch and giant poster of Gene Simmons spitting fire), had all the records, etc. I've never really outgrown that-not sure I want to!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    Dug out the Led Zepplin Tribute Album. This is one of the tunes:

    That is an awesome rendition of "Ramble On." If that is the 80's era "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" Great White, they were one of the few good "hair bands" from the era of spandex, makeup on men, and teased hair (actually most were pure dreck IMO).

    I'm a giant Zeppellin fan too; learned to play a guitar on many a late night trying to copy Jimmy Page!
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