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les_paul  
23 Apr 2008 20:09 | Quote
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It's not worth logging in just to argue with someone in my opinion. I don't take any kind of negative criticism or insult from a web site to seriously because as soon as you log out it's gone. I like this site because there's not many bad vibes going around. If someone says something you don't like or agree with just let it go.
EMB5490  
23 Apr 2008 20:16 | Quote
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@skold: i kinda found it truthful lol. some country music can be just...well stupid.

Skold  
23 Apr 2008 20:17 | Quote
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@EMB

True, but some can be pretty good.
les_paul  
23 Apr 2008 20:25 | Quote
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@EMB

I agree that some country is kinda off the wall and stupid, but can you name a type of music that doesn't have some ridicules songs that fall into it's catagory?

just so everyone knows I'm not trying to be a prick just stating a point...lol
EMB5490  
23 Apr 2008 20:28 | Quote
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true, but to every style of music, not just country and rap, there just poor music. acctually thts not even true. how about the ppl who sing it and make it. ther was a guy once singing about him loving his tracktor. it turned out to be a hit. some ppl just like tht stuff. kinda like monster trucks nd stuff. thers always a person or ppl who like it. and thts o.k. as i sayd everyones entitled to ther own opinion. look at our president, he goes to war, and doesnt support stem cell reserch and stuff like tht, but thts his own retarted opinion. i can name a few more, but im risking one of u guys likes him.
GRX40  
23 Apr 2008 20:42 | Quote
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Skold says:
- Excuse me, Terrance.
- Yes, Phillip?
*FARTS*
- Good one. Cheers.
- Cheers, fuck-face.





But I get that cuz it's from South Park. Which is on TV. Therefore, not in print.

"Also, I figured that since my joke about the style of Country was so un-true, people would have understood that it was a joke."


I've seen a lot of people be crazy biased on the internet, and they're actually for serious, so I could believe someone would say that.
EMB5490  
23 Apr 2008 21:06 | Quote
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b4 when we were speaking of lynyrd skynyrd, i found vids of them at their fantastic 1976 preformance at winterland. it was on youtube. the rest have poor quality, and i can get the other songs elsewhere, but tuesdays gone winterland '76 was removed from youtube, and im about to throw a fit over it. some compnay said there was copyright on tuesdays gone, and it was removed, went to the .com, for almost an hour on tht damn .com searching for the video. its not there!!! i havent seen the album or vid to buy on ebay, amazon, anything!!! i will pay serious money if somone has the 1976 lynyrd skynyrd winterland preformance in san fran. it was a historic preformace, one of the last before the tragic crash, and i neeed tht cd/video. idk if nayone knows about it, and im sorry to go off topic, but i have been dieing to see/hear them play tht, since i cant get the real thing. plz help- wareagle
telecrater  
23 Apr 2008 21:54 | Quote
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What what a response, and a little fight.

i have been very discouraged by modern rock and looking for something new and good. I want the next great guitar player, you know like hendrix or SRV. I really can't find it. I figured it was a sign of getting old (ripe old age of 32) and remember how my folks either listened to country or oldies. I never would have thought that would be me!

I have done some listening to country and it is very mainstreamed and forced to be what it is. but i also have noticed a few things, some of the songs are really witty and they make fun of them selves when they are not singing ballads. I think sometimes people take themselves too seriously.

yes and the telecaster is a great guitar.
EMB5490  
24 Apr 2008 08:23 | Quote
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lp, have u seen the vid on youtube of their concert at winterland in 76? if u did, u know what im talking about, it was a gr8 preformance.
les_paul  
24 Apr 2008 10:37 | Quote
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I don't know if I have seen it or not. I'll do a quick search and check it out.
les_paul  
24 Apr 2008 10:57 | Quote
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Watch live video from WTF! on Justin.tv


Is this it EMB?


??? It showed a different video than the one I copied hold on???

For some reason when I copy the video it changes to this video but here is the link.


tuesdays gone winterland '76
EMB5490  
24 Apr 2008 11:50 | Quote
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yesss!!! thts it@!!!!!!! ty vm!!!!, it was on youtube, and this bill grahm archives llc took it away. u can find the link to it on this guys page: pure southern sounds its his first playlist, click on it, and its the 76 preformance, but none of the vids are avcailible. its not on the wolfgang thing .com. thts the bill grahm archive.com
Notim  
24 Apr 2008 15:40 | Quote
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No I'm not into any country music but my wife and daughter really are I guess there are some pretty good guitarists tho like Brad Pasley
les_paul  
24 Apr 2008 17:28 | Quote
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My wife is a Brad Paisly fan, he has a couple of good songs "Ticks" is probably one the best songs that he does.
rattler420  
24 Apr 2008 21:02 | Quote
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there r alot of great country artists out there, u just wont find em on the radio. as far as pickers go, some of my favs r waylon jennings, jerry reed, chet adkins, charlie daniels, steve earle.
les_paul  
25 Apr 2008 00:16 | Quote
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What about Hank Jr. I like a lot of his music and he really gets into the guitar in a few of his songs. He is border line southern rock in my opinion, he is going to be at the Skynyrd concert I am going to next month.
EMB5490  
25 Apr 2008 07:20 | Quote
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hank jr. is more southern rock than country in my opinion
Notim  
25 Apr 2008 09:45 | Quote
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I remember when I was a boy hearing alot of Hank and Patsy my Father was a country fan..Ya Les paul Ticks is a good tune and pretty good guitar work also.
telecrater  
28 Apr 2008 20:02 | Quote
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I think there is a pretty thin line between country and southern rock. and as time goes on i think the line gets even thinner. I think that back in the day when Skynyrd was alive and kicking there was a big difference.
goodtunes  
29 Apr 2008 20:49 | Quote
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ok i like it all. i just like goodtunes hence the name.

@telecrater i go through different stages where i like one style nore than the other but if you wanna listen to a kewl "country" singer that i like you gotta listen to Robert Earl Keen. esp his "the party never ends" cd.
telecrater  
30 Apr 2008 18:57 | Quote
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good call I've got it downloading right now.
JPBeausoleil  
30 Apr 2008 19:05 | Quote
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Check out ANYTHING by Doc Watson, its all good!!
EMB5490  
30 Apr 2008 19:13 | Quote
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welcome btw...
telecrater  
30 Apr 2008 19:15 | Quote
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You know I really like Son Volt any one else int them?

I remeber seeing uncle tupelo way back in the day before they split up is a small little club. I think i'll check out wilco also. them maybe more my taste.
NIGHTHAWK  
1 May 2008 14:43 | Quote
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No Country music no rock n roll. Memphis is the cradle of rock. It sits essentially in the middle of America. Blue grass rolled down out of the mountains, colliding with the blues coming up the river from the delta and moving over from Texas, along with Texas swing. There was probably also an echo coming back from Chicago where the blues was electrified in the 40's by the likes of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf.. All come together in Memphis producing something different but something that kept pieces of all those genres. No country, no rock... And yes, some of those country boys can really play.
telecrater  
2 May 2008 16:15 | Quote
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NIGHTHAWK says:
No Country music no rock n roll


I'm not sure get your point. but can you recommend someone?
goodtunes  
2 May 2008 17:24 | Quote
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if ya gonna go country you need to go old school. google the songs "all the gold in california" and "your the reason god made oklahoma".

those are some old ones and real corney but i still like em :)

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