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    Quote Originally Posted by knary View Post


    She may be the queen skank of all skanks, but I like her music.

    Up next... (do you see a pattern? )
    Ha. Yes, I like P.J.

    For me though, it's time to get funky with the Queen of Soul, straight from Augusta, GA.

    Her band kicks major a$$. A real live album treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    Ha. Yes, I like P.J.

    For me though, it's time to get funky with the Queen of Soul, straight from Augusta, GA.

    Her band kicks major a$$. A real live album treat.


    I've been meaning to pick something up of hers for some time. Nice reminder.

    I'm scrapping PJ. You've got me turned down a different path.

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    RUSH....."Best of" CD that my son got me for my B-day. Gotta love a drummer who rides a B-mer!

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    Esperanza Spalding and Vampire Weekend. Other than this, it's all old stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john1691 View Post
    RUSH....."Best of" CD that my son got me for my B-day. Gotta love a drummer who rides a B-mer!
    +1 Excellent Choice.

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    I am listening to me. Im no Tony Rice but I can keep a tune goin. If you know who Tony Rice is you know what I like.
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    R and R

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonr View Post
    I am listening to me. Im no Tony Rice but I can keep a tune goin. If you know who Tony Rice is you know what I like.
    Wow, that is a formidable collection of stringed instruments! Can you name the makers and vintages for us?

    Tony Rice is a Rounder Records bluegrass artist. I remember hearing the cut "Manzanita" back in the 80s.

    This guy is a SERIOUS guitarist.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonr View Post
    I am listening to me. Im no Tony Rice but I can keep a tune goin. If you know who Tony Rice is you know what I like.

    Man, your living room looks like my shop! I love it. I'm an hour from the ovation factory and usually visit once a year. Fender bought them last January and they have moved Guild and Tacoma from the west coast into the old mill here in CT where they build the Ovations. Can't wait till the next visit...
    Steve Marquardt, 2004 R1150RT

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    Wow, that is a formidable collection of stringed instruments! Can you name the makers and vintages for us?

    Tony Rice is a Rounder Records bluegrass artist. I remember hearing the cut "Manzanita" back in the 80s.

    This guy is a SERIOUS guitarist.

    Most are fairly modern guitars the lighter ovation I bought new in 1970 a nice Gold tone Banjo and the little mandolin is a 1914 Gibson A model nice old piece. Also Winchester 73 on mantel in case things get out of hand.
    R and R

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    Trying to figure out how to post the pics .. .. Seems I can only do one?? Well, it's part of what I've been listening to today.

    'You spend half your life trying to turn the other half around'
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    2012 R1200GS

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    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)

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    Quote Originally Posted by john1691 View Post
    RUSH....."Best of" CD that my son got me for my B-day. Gotta love a drummer who rides a B-mer!

    The other cd I was jammin to was their new one - Snakes and Arrows. For some reason, I could only post one jpeg [in my earlier post]. But I note others have had 2-5. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
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    .... our favorite band, especially when Nahlins: Waylon Thibodeaux (www.waylont.com) ahheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee -Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by indycar View Post
    The other cd I was jammin to was their new one - Snakes and Arrows. For some reason, I could only post one jpeg [in my earlier post]. But I note others have had 2-5. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
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