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Starman by the incredible David Bowie
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It's freaking amazing in it's own right that Ozzy and Lou are still alive and kicking it .
RIP Eddie Hazel
Funkadelic - Maggot Brain SLIDESHOW
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Awesome 14 .
I feel a little guilty about liking these guys
Music video by The Wallflowers performing 6th Avenue Heartache. (C) 2005 Interscope Records
If that ain't country I'll kiss your ass
Lots of good stuff being posted. Check out Johnny Winter's album "Still Alive and Well". You'll either love it or hate it, but it's some real bad guitar either way. You have to agree on that.
Real blues from the pale pink eyed one
Johnny Winters - Nothin' But the Blues (1977)
written by Johnny Winters
Produced by Johnny Winter
Sound by Dave Still
Organic advisor: Steve Paul
1977 CBS Inc.
The album has the following dedication: "I'd like to dedicate this album to all the people who enjoy my kind of blues and especially to Muddy Waters for giving me the inspiration to do it and for giving the world a lifetime of great blues." - Johnny Winter
Johnny Winter - Guitar, Harmonica, Drums, Bass, Vocals
Muddy Waters - Guitar, Vocals
Willie "Big Eyes" Smith - Drums
Pinetop Perkins - Piano
Bob Margolin - Guitar
James Cotton - Harmonica
Charles Calmese - Bass
Unfortunate the stigmas we put on some, stepjo. The albino had a great voice in my opinion and could absolutely rip a guitar. Thanks for your input.
No stigmas - we are what we are - more white boy blues albeit not quite as white
This is just a GREAT performance from Bobby Whitlock....Enjoy
''The Dirty South''
Drive-By Truckers - Where The Devil Don't Stay Lyrics
My Daddy played poker on a stump in the woods back in his younger days
Prohibition was the talk, but the rich folks walked to the woods where my Daddy stayed
Jugs and jars from shiners, these old boys here, they ain't miners
They came from the twenty-niners
It didn't take a hole in the ground to put the bottom in their face
Back in the thirties when the dust bowl dried
And the woods in Alabama didn't see no light
My Daddy played poker by a hard wood fire
Squeezing all his luck from a hot copper wire
Scrap like a wildcat fights till the end
Trap a wildcat and take his skin
Deal from the bottom, put the ace in the hole
One hand on the jug but you never do know
Son come running
You better come quick
This rotgut moonshine is making me sick
Your Mama called the law and they're gonna take me away
Down so far even the Devil won't stay
Where I call to the Lord with all my soul
I can hear him rattling the chains on the door
He couldn't get in I could see he tried
Through the shadows of the cage around the forty watt light
Daddy tell me another story
Tell me about the lows and the highs
Tell me how to tell the difference between what they tell me is the truth or a lie
Tell me why the ones who have so much make the ones who don't go mad
With the same skin stretched over their white bones and the same jug in their hand
My Daddy played poker on a stump in the woods back when the world was gray
Before black and white went and chose up sides and gave a little bit of both their way
The only blood that's any cleaner is the blood that's blue or greener
Without either you just get meaner and the blood you gave gives you away
Lyrics by Mike Cooley and Ed Cooley (based on a poem by Ed Cooley) / Music by Drive-By Truckers
© Wayward Johnson's Music (BMI) / The Minor Hill Singers: Jason Isbell, Kimberly Morgan and Shonna Tucker
New Band from Athens, AL that's about to blow up......
Alabama Shakes - Hold On
Three Dog Night - Shambala
Forgot how good this was till I heard it today
Hope you guess my name
The Rolling Stones : Sympathy For The Devil (live)
Considering they've played Conan and Letterman and are in the lineups for The Hangout, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza... I'd say they already have!
Hope it continues. They're great.
Steppenwolf, if you want to get specific "For Ladies Only" works for me. "Magic carpet ride" is always pop.
First rock band I ever saw live ......... West Palm Beach , Fl circa 1971
Clasico del rock
Telling your age there my brother (g) They did many things well, one of my fave bands.
Hey step, you and I maybe saw the pusher as a monster, todays kids see him as the doctor. Thats much worse than our time. I feel for parents today.
Someone down voted Muddy Waters? I wasn't trying to offend with the song choice. Just thought it was a classic. My apologies.
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