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wisturkeyhunter

These are my most listened to with some others thrown in the mix

Waylon Jennings

Merle Haggard

George Jones

David Allan Coe

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Bob Blair

Just now I've been listening to the 22 cut best of America CD. I saw them in concert recently and was impressed.......underrated, incredibly talented musicians!  Being a Viet Nam vet, I can still relate to their song "Sandman" pretty well. The whole CD sounds comfortably familiar but I'm hearing some amazing guitar work that I never appreciated before, even on "Horse With No Name".

I still have all my Stones music ready to rock at a moment's notice! :cool:

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popplecop
Right now at 6 AM, Creedence Clearwater Revial.  Wake me up music with my coffee.  If Proud Mary doesn't wake you up don't know what will.

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Over&Under

Steve Earle's latest, "Townes"....covers of tunes written by Townes Van Zandt.  Good stuff.

Also Leonard Cohen "Live from London".

O/U

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jmooney

Just finished David James Duncan's The River Why audiobook.  Took a while, it's 13 CD's.  

Also been hitting podcasts of The Free Beer and Hotwings Morning Show.

Any music lately has been Celtic in nature:

Pubcrawlers

Real McKenzies

Runrig

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Briarscratch
Just finished David James Duncan's The River Why audiobook.  Took a while, it's 13 CD's.  

I read that last year and it was excellent.  How was the audio?

BTW - some crazy audiobooks avail on www.archive.org

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henryrski
NOTHING!!! 'cause my daughter used my puter yesterday and now the sound doesn't work. Am I PO'd

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lipripr

This guy has one of the most soulful voices I have ever heard.

This is just cool.  And a good cause too!

Hope you like'em :)

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Call Me Al
I have been listening to Taj Mahal lately. Hey Lars, That Blue Hill station has been around for awhile and was started up by Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul & Mary.

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jmooney
Just finished David James Duncan's The River Why audiobook.  Took a while, it's 13 CD's.  

I read that last year and it was excellent.  How was the audio?

BTW - some crazy audiobooks avail on www.archive.org

It was pretty good.  I enjoyed it a lot.  I had to listen to some parts a second time because it does go off the trail periodically but I'm glad I took the time.  Incidentally, the "reading" of this was the genesis of my Steelhead post last week.

I'll have to check that site out.  I've really become a fan of audiobooks especially since I'm commuting 2-2.5 hours a day.

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john mcg

This weekend--

variety of old time and bg

joe cocker

janis joplin

simon & garfunkel

van morrison

dylan

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Jeff Kimball
Real McKenzies

Real McKenzies! YES! If you haven't, make sure to see these guys live... ROCK!

Me...finally getting into Joe Strummer's stuff with The Mescaleros and The Pogues

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WIPartridge
Just got done lifting, and nothing suits that better than a little Rise Against.  Great hard hitting music, though not sure they fit the tastes of many on this board.

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Jeff Kimball
...not sure they fit the tastes of many on this board.

you'd be surprised...

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