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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by NVGator, Jun 24, 2017.
She kicked ass!
Randy's a long time family friend (from St. Augustine) and his lyrics on this song are simply amazing
That's pretty cool stuff. Neat how they all probably grow up wanting to dance like that and it breeds friendly competition. Just imagine, though, one boy growing up around them, named Juhamadeedibop, and he feels different. Like he doesn't think he'd be good at spinning about and flailing his arms all while covering his leather clogs with owl snot and becoming a twirling dervish. Perhaps Juhamadeedibop says to his Mother, Mafleelaphalel, "I want to play Fortnite." And that's why you've never heard of Juhamadeedibop.
Capricornius and my name is AuggieDosta Now I like a woman who loves her freedom
Great lyrics for sure. This is why I love country music.
This is a snappy little toetapper. Mayall's voice ain't something you want to listen to for long but his gang is all over it. That's Mick Taylor on the first slide. I don't recognize the wide load playing the other slide but he don't back up to nobody.
Does anyone else find it amusing that all the legendary British musicians absolutely love authentic American blues music. It had such a huge impact on almost ALL of them.
Funny that you bring that up. I was reading a piece yesterday in the NYTimes about Alvin Lee's death. Alvin Lee, Guitarist of Ten Years After, Dies at 68 It's short, his comment was at the end,
Dammit! Frickin’ Times is forcing me to log in to read the article.
@Gatordiddy “The strange thing was we had gone to what I considered to be the home of the blues, but they’d never heard of most of them, and I couldn’t believe it — ‘Big Bill who?’ ” Mr. Lee recalled in a 2003 interview with Classic Rock magazine. “We were recycling American music and they were calling it the English sound.”
Love to see kids singing along like that
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