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Everything posted by L8_4thesh0w

  1. Dixie Rock [and that Dixie Roll - got a real good beat - and a whole lotta soul] - Wet Willie
  2. We All Had a Real Good Time - Edgar Winter Group Oops - still works
  3. Bringin' On The Heartache - Def Leppard
  4. Let's not leave the genius of one Eddy Offord out of the equation either. I wish he'd been involved with GFtO and Tormato. They've consistently been my favorite band since 1971. I think the rise of Punk was only attributed to them after Jon was asked what he thought about it and his response was even less than very unfavorable.
  5. Traffic Jam - James Taylor (Bam ba-dam this traffic jam)
  6. Did'ja hear the one about the production manager from the French tampon manufacturer? \:D/
  7. True. It is Sour Mash which is basically moonshine that has been aged in oak barrels. When I have a chest cold I prefer it over Nyquil to help me sleep. I drank a lot of rotgut when I was young and dumb and none of it will never cross my lips again. I don't drink much anymore, really. Should I get the urge I'll usually have Monte Alban.
  8. This will always be one of the most hauntingly beautiful yet sorrowful tunes for me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MIdI_JOEXc
  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=If0CJLLKfPk
  10. Being the hopeless Proggie that I am, right now, I would have to say Allan Holdsworth. In fact I am currently listening to the U.K. debut album. I think the next will be Jean-Luc Ponty's 1977 classic.
  11. The Gibson Forum search engine. I find more relevant posts specific to my searches on this forum by using Bing. I found an old one tonight this way that should have come up my first day on here. Sites where you put in a model number or name and have to wade through 3 pages of crap to find the first item belonging within the requested parameters. Sites that don't load completely until the crummy little video you didn't want watch begins to play.
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