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Old 10-29-2014, 04:07 PM   #41
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At the risk of sending you off the ledge, I'll let you pick a new song from the attached (hilarious, btw) news stories about one of the worst bro country bands shilling for $$ out there right now...Fl/Ga Line. Awful, awful music.

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Old 10-29-2014, 04:43 PM   #42
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The strange thing with me is, every time I step into the shower I begin singing a song. Often the songs are from decades ago that I don't think I have heard in a very long time. The brain functions in mysterious ways. My wife sometimes asks me "where did you hear that song?", to which I respond "I don't know."
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I've been playing this video game too much.... love the soundtrack, though! It's addictive.

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At the risk of sending you off the ledge, I'll let you pick a new song from the attached (hilarious, btw) news stories about one of the worst bro country bands shilling for $$ out there right now...Fl/Ga Line. Awful, awful music.

Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line Danced on the Grave of Country at Gexa on Saturday | Dallas Observer
Thank you for that.

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Love this one - it came to mind yesterday with the explosion and is still rattling around today. He was in fine form for this recording - tough song to sing.

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Old 10-30-2014, 12:52 PM   #46
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Ever have a song stuck in your cranium for a few days?
Not days, but years. Decades.

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Yesterday was cloudy, cold, and raining so I spent the day listening to old records. Now this one has been stuck in my head for a day. I had forgotten how good this album is.
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Love this one - it came to mind yesterday with the explosion and is still rattling around today. He was in fine form for this recording - tough song to sing.

I love this song. He sang it at the first concert I ever went to.

Man, was that a long time ago.

Still brings me back to the Sun Bowl in 1972 every time I hear it though.
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I turned on the car and I always have an oldies station turned......Boom Boom by the Animals was playing on Monday and here it is Friday and I still can't get rid of it!
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Here's one for Sarah in SC. I'm going to see these guys next week. They just sent this out - still on tour!

http://youtu.be/Alg4eBa5hGU
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Steely!
Ok I do of course love the song.
But the band reminds me why dancing might should be left to the younger folks at the risk of slightly looking ridiculous.
And yes, now stuck in my head.


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Steely!
Ok I do of course love the song.
But the band reminds me why dancing might should be left to the younger folks at the risk of slightly looking ridiculous.
And yes, now stuck in my head.
Some of us were more than slightly ridiculous even dancing when young.

Great link, Steely. Some of the comments were fantastic
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Sarah in SC and MichaelB: I'm glad you liked it! I am very much looking forward to the show, they are really good.

This is a bit non-PC, but no offense intended: it reminded me of an evening in September when I attended a birthday party. I bought the birthday girl a copy of Paul Simon's Still Crazy After All These Years, we "had a little too much", and did the "White Folks' Drunk Dance" to "Have A Good Time". It was hilarious - I stink at dancing
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Pink Floyd Another Brick In The Wall Music Video
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Steely, thanks for the bass! It helped replace this one from my head!

http://youtu.be/7PCkvCPvDXk
I never thanked you for helping get this gem stuck in my brain. Give this a listen
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I got this White Bird song stuck in my head.





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Oh stop.

Here's one, probably many outside the state of Missouri never got to hear these guys.

I had the pleasure of w*rking with Ron West(vocals, guitar) for a long time. Heck of a good guy.

https://youtu.be/9cdO9OPL60c
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Caruso as sung by Lara Fabian. written by Lucio Dalla. Yeah it is in Italian, no I don't speak Italian, but the VOICE. It has been in my head for weeks. Oh yeah speaks four languages fluent and sings in I think seven.

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Can anybody NOT miss John Denver's music? Never to be forgotten and on a do-loop in my mind from time to time.

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