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Classic Rock on Direct TV's Music Channels.

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Drove home from Florida with my daughter the last couple days we listened to:

My choice--Jimmy Buffet

Her choice--John Mayer

Unabridged "Anne of Greene Gables" by L.M. Montgomery--compromise.

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Downtown Bang!

Been enjoying some James McMurtry lately and those who cover his music.

Out Here In The Middle by McMurtry. Like the Robert Earle Keen cover too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmrXvkWO7q0

Choctaw Bingo Cover By Ray Wily Hubbard.

Cover of Keene's The Road Goes On Forever by Joe Ely.

Oddly I found this band from Texas listening to Chris Knight on Pandora. Band is called Lost Immigrants. Not very similar to Knight but a nice brand of country with some good hooks.

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Good call on The Clash for a Friday.

Here's what's on now...

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And later when I need to run out for some errands I will be cranking...

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Seasick Steve, Paul Butterfield, Pigboy Crabshaw, Duster Bennet, Doug Sahm and the Sir Douglas Quintet.

Always liked Sir Doug, when I was a kid, and I am only now discovering how truly talented he was and innovative. Duster Bennet was the harp player for John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers. He did a lot of stuff on his own and played a complete range of music from skittle to rockabilly and delta blues. Just found out about Seasick Steve and I am really liking his stuff.sdgord

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Recently made a play list of songs from the following

Buddy Emmons- Expedition E9 (Awesome pedal Steel)

Steve Via- Passion and warfare

Wallon Jennings- Greatest hits

Merle Haggard- box set

James Taylor- greatest hits

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Ramblin Jack Elliot – The Sky Above and the Mud Below (on Sirrus/XM Channel 15 - The Village)
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great 80+ degree day, blue skies and I'm headed for the lake. It will be a Jimmy Buffett day.
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