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Old 03-12-19, 04:27 PM
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[QUOTE=seypat;2One of my suitemates in college wanted to be a DJ. He had 2 turntables and a microphone. :[/QUOTE]

Where it's at! Great music that Beck.
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Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
what do YOU want from life ? Saw them at six flags over georgia, opening band was the plimsouls
Did you feel like you were a million miles away when the Plimsouls were performing?
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One of my suitemates in college wanted to be a DJ. He had 2 turntables and a microphone. His name was not Beck. It was Roy Beatty. The DJ name he made up for himself was............................Master Beatty!


Speaking of DJ's and another segment of music that's online and not recorded media is some of the cool mash-ups that are out there where 2 (or more) songs are mixed in a creative way, like this mix of War Pigs (Sabbath) & Whole Lotta Love & other LZ classics

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"Waaay down in... Oh, lord, yeeaah!"
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Originally Posted by seypat View Post
Did you feel like you were a million miles away when the Plimsouls were performing?
I felt like Nicolas Cage in "Valley Girl"
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Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
I felt like Nicolas Cage in "Valley Girl"
I've heard that before. You could say it's the oldest story in the world.
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My walnut sized brain has not figured out how you post YouTube videos yet but check out black Sabbath playing war pigs live in Paris, 1970 I think, totally rocking and what the drummer does to his kit is almost cruel, he beats the crap out of it
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Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
My walnut sized brain has not figured out how you post YouTube videos yet but check out black Sabbath playing war pigs live in Paris, 1970 I think, totally rocking and what the drummer does to his kit is almost cruel, he beats the crap out of it
Right click on video, copy url.

Click on the insert link icon in post toolbar (blue earth link) and paste.

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Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
I felt like Nicolas Cage in "Valley Girl"
I don't think Josie Cotton was in the same league as Linda Ronstadt, but she did rock the prom for Julie and Randy. I love the way she moves. Gnarly! She does a good job with the Ventures and Secret Agent Man.



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"I'm afraid of enjoying Linda Ronstadt."

"HTFU!"

"David Bowie!"

"Pabst Blue Ribbon!"
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
"I'm afraid of enjoying Linda Ronstadt."

"HTFU!"

"David Bowie!"

"Pabst Blue Ribbon!"
Is that you, Frank Booth?
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Is that you, Frank Booth?
Heineken?! **** that ****!
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Joni Anderson\Mitchell 1965. I sometimes forget how pretty she was.

Notice the Chapin Family.

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Joni Anderson\Mitchell 1965. I sometimes forget how pretty she was.
Joni for the win! What a talent. Great recording too, very little noise.
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Originally Posted by seypat View Post
Did you feel like you were a million miles away when the Plimsouls were performing?
I've been to concerts at Expo Idaho (Western Idaho Fairgrounds) and that is on a former horse track (Les Bois) where the stage is on the far side so if there is no video you have an ant named Pat Benatar but she is loud and it was free.
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I listen to Sandanista all the time.
Killer album...killer band....someone called it their White Album because it is so eclectic. I thought that was pretty funny.
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Originally Posted by VintageTTfan View Post
Killer album...killer band....someone called it their White Album because it is so eclectic. I thought that was pretty funny.
That's a pretty good analogy, actually. I suppose there's more filler on Sandinista, but there's also three discs.
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And we're back. Must be winter again. Linda's version of Texan Roy Orbison's blue bayou is one of my all time favorite songs.
Also I had to Google Sandanista. The clash right? I only knew one song from them, rock the casba.
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^wut. sandinista? really? london calling? really? debut album? really? time to dive into the only band that really mattters.

in other news, has anyone seen the recent linda ronstadt documentary that hit the theaters recently?
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Originally Posted by texaspandj View Post
And we're back. Must be winter again. Linda's version of Texan Roy Orbison's blue bayou is one of my all time favorite songs.
Also I had to Google Sandanista. The clash right? I only knew one song from them, rock the casba.
It's a fun album, but you need the context of their career to get some of the jokes.

Re-read some of this thread...I stand by EVERYTHING and regret NOTHING, except not seeing that Cowboy Junkies had already been dropped.

Anyone heard A Giant Dog? Super fun band from Austin, and great live. My favorite ever from the Lone Star State is still Joe "King" Carassco.

Also - couldn't we just start a new music thread instead of sticking it on one with musical white milk?
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Thereís a bike in the picture? I didnít notice.
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Anyone heard A Giant Dog? Super fun band from Austin, and great live. My favorite ever from the Lone Star State is still Joe "King" Carassco.
Favorite from the Lone Star State?
Well, that's a tough one. It's a you pick'em.
Barry White, Willie Nelson, Sly of the family stone, Waylon Jennings, Buddy Holly, Beyonce, Roy Orbinson, Kelly Clarkson, Johnny Winter, Lyle Lovett, Freddy fender, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Radney Foster, Demi Lovato, Kenny Rodgers, Janis Joplin, ZZ Top, Blue October, Don Henley, Pantera, Khalid,Bob Wills etc, etc,

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Originally Posted by texaspandj View Post
Favorite from the Lone Star State?
Well, that's a tough one.
Barry White, Willie Nelson, Sly of the family stone, Waylon Jennings, Buddy Holly, Beyonce, Roy Orbinson, Kelly Clarkson, Johnny Winter, Lyle Lovett, Freddy fender, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Radney Foster, Demi Lovato, Kenny Rodgers, Janis Joplin, ZZ Top, Blue October, Don Henley, Pantera, Khalid,Bib Wills etc, etc,
^^^ That's a lot of talent. Buddy Holly is in the holy trinity, Waylon Jennings is essential, Willie has an incredible voice, an incredible work ethos, and has made some amazing music, I absolutely love Beyonce...

Joe "King" Carrasco isn't better than your list, but somehow he's more to Texas to me.

Also - you left out my second pick, 13th Floor Elevators/Roky.
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Fave from Texas? Parital to Butthole Surfers even without a female lead. Beyonce will do.
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