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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    That's a nice album cover.

    So, what, no Rush for you Nathan?

    I took a little stroll down Frank lane this afternoon (yes, I'm dating myself...)
    Dated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesewhiz View Post
    I'm listening to Pandora Radio and discovering all sorts of NEW stuff!

    www.pandora.com

    Try it, you'll like it (and it's free)
    WOW! Thanks for the link. I plugged in "Zappa" 5 hours ago and I've been grooving all night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indycar View Post
    These guys just jam. They got caught caught up in mergers and take overs. I bought their first cd (this one) back when George H W Bush was president. They had a hit - Dizz Knee Land and it ROCKED! (they had a line 'I just flipped off President George' - (which I thought was ballsy)

    So I bought the CD ~ wow - the whole disc just jams. Based on that, I bought their next CD, which was just as good, if not better. Hmm Bought the 3rd 4th .. SOLID. Went to find them on the web, and they had just decided to take a break. Guitarist has hand issues. Anyway, they started touring again and have released an live album and a EP. They all have solo projects. Anyway they jam. Buy this cd, buy it used. if you don't like it, I'll give ya your money back! (I have no affiliation with DADA at all, yada yada) www.dadatheband.com

    They have some pretty profound lyrics. I always loved this one: "Can't this car go any faster .. .. Cuz I can still see where I am."
    Dada is a really great band. I worked at MTV in the 90s and a they got a lot of attention, even against the rising juggernauts of Eminem, Aguillera and Kid Rock.

    After their break they put out "how to be found" and I caught them at the Knitting Factory in 04. Great show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesewhiz View Post
    Slick!

    Thanks, Cheese!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    Dada is a really great band. I worked at MTV in the 90s and a they got a lot of attention, even against the rising juggernauts of Eminem, Aguillera and Kid Rock.

    After their break they put out "how to be found" and I caught them at the Knitting Factory in 04. Great show.
    ^ X2

    Yea, the guys put on a great show! When they started touring again, I went all over to see them. The last 2 years they played late Oct/Early Nov at the Coach house in San Juan Capistrano. Was always a good excuse to visit family out that way. This year that show is either just before or just after Christmas. Had thoughts of making my maiden tour on the RT to see it, but that's a little ambitious me thinks. They are going to be out in Philly for New Years, and Boston just after. That's closer to me, so
    that's the plan so far.

    Nice to hear from someone familiar with them! Thanks for the insight!!
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    Found this on youtube, this morning...


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    Got A Gut Feeling (Slap Your Mammy).

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    te he

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    Yeah but Derek, do you think it's big enough?

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    Sirius Bluegrass when I'm at home near the TV, McCountry on the radio, old time string bands when I'm in the shop near the CD player.

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    Something very bad.
    The remote control's battery just died.
    And I'm feelin' the big lazy.

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    Time Fades Away... Almost impossible to find!

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