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Old 11-21-2013, 05:01 AM
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Heart and company cover Led Zep..........This is just incredible......

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Old 11-21-2013, 09:12 AM
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I love classic rock from the 80s. Queen, AC/DC Loverboy, the Eagles, the Cars, George Thorogood...
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Old 11-26-2013, 11:49 PM
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Rain on the windows. It is it's own music.
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I like this guy and his song.

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Pete Seeger......

Eddy Arnold....can you yodel...
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I saw Eddy Arnold perform "Cattle Call" at the Grand Ole Opry in '64(?)
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Old 12-05-2013, 05:21 PM
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I saw Eddy Arnold perform "Cattle Call" at the Grand Ole Opry in '64(?)
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I used to go over to visit Lou. Lou was born in Idaho Springs Co. in the early '20's and we'd shoot the bull. Before long Lou would offer a taste of Ancient Age bourbon to me and we'd get to tellin' stories, you know how it goes...great stories ! His wife Rita wouldn't let me hop in the saddle of my '71 Ford pick-up and go home after a few AA's. Rita would drag us down to the ole stereo in Louie's man cave and play Eddy Arnold (on 78 speed stereo) for us till we yodel'ed our-self to sleep.

Yodel dee dee dee...singin' the cattle song.
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My father's friend owned a few small Tenn. country (and western ) radio stations and us Yankees were invited to sit up front and center at the Ryman when we visited. Went a couple of times in the early '60s as a kid.
Minnie Pearl, Grampa Jones, Earl Scruggs, Eddy Arnold.. met Ernest Tubb.... it was wicked cool.

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I was actually at this very show at Opryland in 1978 !

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Government stuck me down in Killeen Tx. in '66 and I lernt the "Texas two step", "the waltz" and eating cheese enchiladas with pointed shoes and a 4 inch brimmed hat. Loved it and hated it !

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