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Music lovers thread - Post current listening interests. favorites, share share share

Ronstar

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Better yet are all the texanisms, thats what I was getting at!!
 

Confetrit

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These are all pretty new to me. As far as guitar bands go, I was and still am a Hewge Doobie Brothers fan. Especially their early stuff. Their music began to change some when Michael McDonald came aboard, but I still was a fan of theirs. Black Water is the ring tone on my phone.
 

hawgdawg

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These are all pretty new to me. As far as guitar bands go, I was and still am a Hewge Doobie Brothers fan. Especially their early stuff. Their music began to change some when Michael McDonald came aboard, but I still was a fan of theirs. Black Water is the ring tone on my phone.
I saw the Doobie Brothers sometime in the mid 70s ,, it was on a Wednesday night ,, and the coliseum was almost empty compared to other concerts ,, I always figured it was because it was on a weeknight ,,, but it was a great show ,,, got to get up real close to the stage ,,, this was back before they started making you stay at your assigned seat .
 

Confetrit

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I saw the Doobies in Atlanta at the Omni back around 75. The band was somewhat in transition as Tommy Johnston was gone and Michael McDonald had joined the band. They played to a Full house, and the show was great. Still love their music, especially their early stuff.
 

Odanscoils

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I love every form of music.
Tried to play cello in the school orchestra. Fail
Couldn't stick to my parts. Wanted to play it all. LoL
Did lead vocals in a number of bands.
Jealous wifey wrecked that.
Was raised on 20-30's country.
Man wish I could find some of that on the radio.
But every and now and then I wanna hear something.
Different.


Sumtin a little lively

 

Odanscoils

Well-known member
Justin is a really talented young man. You'll like these, too.


I played em both at the same time.
Didn't know I could do that.
Very cool. Had to slide one around to get a kind of sync. Used to do that with my old studio quadtrak.
Teac A-3440. Drive belts are shot. Love to find some.
 
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