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post #21 of 76
Grateful Dead(my daughters middle name is Cassidy)
Widespread Panic
North Mississippi Allstars

thats pretty much the rotation.

needing to get me some Stevie Ray Vaughn
post #22 of 76
Ohhhh yeah!!!!!!
post #23 of 76
Right now I have Depeche Mode, Elvis Costello, Bad Religion, Rush, Pink Floyd and the Sick Puppies in.
post #24 of 76
Tool is currently in the CD player in the truck.
post #25 of 76
Rush 2112 is in at the moment.
post #26 of 76
You gotta love the allstars.
post #27 of 76
hell yeah, that Luther Di*kinson can really play the guitar, and those 3 dudes put out alot of sound for just 3 guys.
post #28 of 76
Gave up the CD player for my iTouch with 1400 songs on it - lots of Jimmy Buffet and 60's music. Gotta love some of the Black Eyed Peas- Taylor Swift- Carrie Underwood - stuff too. My grandkids cant beleive the music I listen to. Two of them wiped out their play list and copied mine LOL
post #29 of 76
Lamb of God
post #30 of 76
Usually I just listen to NPR on the radio, lots of news and love the show Car Talk and You Bet Your Garden.
I think the CD is Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along-Blog.
It's actually an amazing internet movie they made last year during the writers strike.

Other than that it's The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Doors, Tom Petty

I wonder if Myron Mixon has a CD out, he is the Kanye of BBQ after all...
post #31 of 76
Merle Haggard, Down every road
post #32 of 76
You should look at the band 'The Word' It's the NMAS along with John Medeski and Robert Randolph, good stuff.
post #33 of 76
LOL----Seems I'm all alone:

I don't listen to a lot of music like I used to, but if I'm forced to listen to anything, it wouldn't be the same as any of the stuff so far mentioned here. I guess I'm the only old guy who has chimed in here so far, because nobody mentioned The Beach Boys, Elvis, Bobby Vinton, Johnny Mathis, Ricky Nelson, The Righteous Bros, The Supremes, The Platters, or any of the groups from the era where you could actually understand the freakin' words, instead of just a lot of bangin' & screaming, because they don't have a singing voice. For the last 20 years or so, it seems anybody can make a record, whether they can sing or not. The fact that people can stand to listen to it is beyond me.
I am a firm believer in "If you can't slow dance to it, it aint music".icon_mrgreen.gif


PS: Right now I'm stuck hearing Christmas music, by the same female person who has been making me listen to it for the last 41 years.
LOL----Even that's better than most of the modern noise.
post #34 of 76
thanks for the tip.
post #35 of 76
Bearcarver...no Al Greene on the list?

Love Al Greene, was supposed to see him in Woodstock 99 (the one with riots and burning cars and such) but he didn't show and we got up early for that.
post #36 of 76
LOL. No your not alone there Bearcarver. Yeah, the music is different, thats for sure. But sometimes you just gotta have that loud roaring noise. Or as my dad calls it, Novacaine music. I like some of the older stuff. Like Ricky Nelson, Love The King, Elvis. And really like Jerry Lee Lewis, but I don't think you could slow dance to Great Balls of Fire LOL.

By the way, I too am stuck listening to Christmas music by the same woman. I think I will trade her in for a younger, newer model LOL.
post #37 of 76
LOL----Yeah him too, but I didn't want to make my list too long.
Actually I could add Frank Fontane when he wasn't talking funny as Crazy Gugenhime "Hiya Joe", and Jim Nabors when he wasn't talking funny as Gomer Pyle----"Golly Sgt. Carter !"PDT_Armataz_01_12.gif

There were other singers in some of the old comedy shows who were better than most screamers in today's "music" world, like Anson Williams (Potsie Webber on Happy Days).

But like I said----Only my opinion.
Maybe that's what I get for working around artillery in the 60s, and too many hours chainsawing without ear protection. Huh???PDT_Armataz_01_19.gif

post #38 of 76
Nope, nor "You aint nuthin but a hound dog" either, but those guys could sing.icon_confused.gif

post #39 of 76
Does nobody have "Live at Folsom Prison" in their cd player???

Im shocked!
post #40 of 76

Love the Dead!

Not in my player right now, but I do have it in my collection.
Glad to see some DeadHeads here. I love the Grateful Dead! Saw 19 shows. Still have the ticket to what would have been #20 (show canceled due to "rioting")

Otherwise my fav would have to be The Yonder Mountain String Band.

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