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Have been fortunate enough to see her several times , the first time she was just 17..........the epitome of modern blue eyed soul , the first one is like a reincarnation of Dusty Springfield herself........



 

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im not listening to music, im watching zombie land lol

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Hank, Willie and Waylon,Charlie Daniels,Skynryd With some Dolly and Reba thrown in for good measure.

In the pole barn while messing around with preps it's OT & NT KJV on cassette.

All Old Skool Stuff.
 

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Right now Im listening to
I prefer good 70's-80's Rock/metal, Ive been a huge Iron Maiden fan my entire life and I have to say that it is my favorite band :)
 

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This is a classic... if you haven't seen it you need to.
 

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jaimey johnson here too, KID ROCK bout 70% of the time, Corey taylors new "from cant to can", and gilbert brantley, brantley gilberrt- kick it in the stix,
 

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At the moment i'm just listening to the ringing in my ears. It's been playing the same tune since 1969.
Oh, you mean music? I listen to the music of my youth - Big Band of the 1940's (thanks Dad!), 50's & 60'srock-n-roll, and the psychedelic rock of the late 60's.
 

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Led Zepplin - The Levee
 

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There's a bunch of old Carter Family stuff on youtube that I like, here's one of theirs about the Civil War-


PS- you probably already know, but as a matter of interest the gal in the centre is Maybelle Carter, she later became Johnny Cash's mother-in-law when he married her daughter June.
 

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And I like this one by Johnny Cash because it's all about having a strong mindset and determination to survive no matter what shit life throws at us-

 

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Just acquired a turntable from my father in law and broke out some old albums last night. The main speakers I use are 30 years old but were designed in 1963 and hooked it up through an old pioneer stereo receiver I had laying around. Vintage from start to finish and the better recorded records I have sounded great. Listened to stuff all the way from The Beatles to Elton John to some of my punk collection I haven't heard in over 10 years. I will be buying more records from now on.

Here's three speakers I have.

http://www.klipsch.com/lascala-floorstanding-speaker

 
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