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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertN View Post
    A favorite is Jethro Tull "A Classic Case" CD/Album. Jethro Tull with a symphony backing them.

    JETHRO TULL -- A Classic Case -- 1985 - YouTube
    Thanks for the link...on the same page is a video from a 1976 concert in Tampa...I was there...!

    some other of my favorite artists/groups in random order (no particular tracks)...

    John Prine

    Buckwheat Zydeco

    Fabulous Thunderbirds

    Quicksilver Messenger Service

    Jeff Beck

    Moody Blues

    Ray Price

    The Pogues

    Pato Banton

    Taj Mahal

    The Band

    Talking Heads

    Leon Russell

    Randy Newman

    Frank Zappa

    Boz Scaggs

    George Harrison

    The Doors

    Dave Mason

    Robert Earl Keen Jr.

    Lyle Lovett

    The Byrds
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    blunt and succinct yet sincere...in the immortal words of Popeye..."I yam what I yam"

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    Skynnrd-Tucker- Allmanbros-Outlaws-PPL-Mollyhatchet-CDB. That bs they pass off as country music on the radio today, shameful, corporate put together actors, femminist soft rock elevator muzak! (over a beer, I'll tell you how I really think)
    ]We need more people to WORK for a living and less people to VOTE for a living!
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    My wife is a major Moody Blues fan. We have seen them a number of times. There are a few other bands I have seen a couple of time. The Moody Blues, at least in our experience, put on a consistently good show.

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    Moody Blues
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    a lot of classic rock and country fans on here it seems...this next one is neither lol , its sorta like Johnny Cash meeting Motorhead




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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustyiron View Post
    Skynnrd-Tucker- Allmanbros-Outlaws-PPL-Mollyhatchet-CDB. That bs they pass off as country music on the radio today, shameful, corporate put together actors, femminist soft rock elevator muzak! (over a beer, I'll tell you how I really think)
    LOL ! Yep...BTW, had I looked at your music list without glancing at your profile I would have bet money you were from GA or AL ! Check out a group called Moccasin Creek...

    Rich

    Edit, link to Moccasin Creek


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    Rock / metal is first choice but like my country too .
    George strait , Tracy lawrence , blackhawk and Jason aldean is definaeley the best of todays country but i think this is my favourite song ever !

    http://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&rct=j&...0cJdRAOFyKhkiA

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    Slash Pine
    blunt and succinct yet sincere...in the immortal words of Popeye..."I yam what I yam"

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    Classic: Bill Monroe, Stanley Brothers, Flatt & Scruggs, Jim & Jesse, Reno & Smiley, Mac Wiseman, Jimmy Martin

    Contemporary: James King, Gibson Brothers, Primitive Quartet, Paul Williams, Ricky Scaggs, Doyle Lawson, Nashville Bluegrass Band

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    Like, but might add some Hot Rize, Charles Sawtell, Tim Obrien, and maybe Steve Martin too

    Quote Originally Posted by smstonypoint View Post
    Classic: Bill Monroe, Stanley Brothers, Flatt & Scruggs, Jim & Jesse, Reno & Smiley, Mac Wiseman, Jimmy Martin

    Contemporary: James King, Gibson Brothers, Primitive Quartet, Paul Williams, Ricky Scaggs, Doyle Lawson, Nashville Bluegrass Band

    Steve
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