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Greg, 65, 男性, アメリカ合衆国最後にアクセス:2 時間前

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  • StratkatBlue

    Hi Greg, just dropped in to see what you've been listening to and to take another look through your outstanding library. I've discovered some wonderful artist here (ie: Greg Trooper, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, etc..). Thanks for your continued friendship and access to your great library! - Clark

    07月 27日 02:18 返信
  • gertski

    Hi I feeling like sharing a song that picks my spirits up! http://www.myvideo.de/watch/9420139/Clout_Save_me_1979 Eddie Schwartz Over the Line. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKRS9Kzl1y4

    07月 24日 23:17 返信
  • Ataraxiainc

    Hello wilburfan48. Congratulations! Listening the artist Reto Burrell You won the 2014-06-08 KBS!'s round. Also you found, apparently, a new artist for most of our ears! Thanks and have a great day!

    07月 21日 23:43 返信
  • mamafanfan

    Thanks I'll eat it has been hiding somewhere on the top shelf for god knows how long. I had probably listened to me not more than 2 or 3 times. But after reading your comment about it under Litter Feat, I'll certainly dig it out and listen to it again. Happy listening!!

    07月 15日 21:08 返信
  • WyldWoodFlower

    Thanks for stopping by. Nice to see you. ;-)

    07月 9日 09:44 返信
  • Indifferent84

    Have a +1 day from Finland :)

    07月 5日 17:10 返信
  • ultimate60s

    I'm a premium on Spotify and there are 5 albums of Paul's so that's a good starting point - leave it with me.

    06月 2日 15:28 返信
  • ultimate60s

    Good to swop tunes, cheers for the tip about Paul Thorn - just listening to 'What the hell is goin on', first I've heard of him, good stuff - I love a meaty growl and a slice of slide with my scotch & coke - cheers mate.

    06月 2日 03:24 返信
  • ultimate60s

    Hello to you too buddy - noticed you've just been playing Thea, saw her this week, brilliant. Keep smiling.

    06月 1日 15:14 返信
  • StratkatBlue

    A hearty mid-western hello to you my new friend. Thanks for the visit and the post, and I look forward to checking out your wonderful library. Happy listening!!

    05月 29日 09:36 返信
  • Emmelsbuell

    Hi, I see you hear music.... many greetings from Germany.... have a good time..

    05月 25日 08:43 返信
  • tlukes123

    Greg Allman is always welcome to hang out and play at my house!

    05月 24日 01:37 返信
  • tlukes123

    What's that album of Allman Brothers covers you had going there?

    05月 23日 11:40 返信
  • KenConroy

    respect

    04月 28日 06:57 返信
  • sgoldcoast

    KM - superb as expected!

    04月 26日 16:12 返信
  • sgoldcoast

    I know I will enjoy!

    04月 25日 18:44 返信
  • TheMelANNcholic

    Hello and thanks for the shout! I've read almost every book from your list, but I can't say I enjoyed all of them equally. I had great difficulties with Kerouac's On The Road, for example, because at a certain point I felt like I was losing my mind alongside the protagonist. I couldn't even finish the novel because of the mental nausea it was giving me. Which is strange, because I love JD Salinger's novel and stories so much, and they're the product of the same time as Kerouac's book, and I actually find 1950s and 1960s the most interesting historical epoch. How do you feel about the differences between Salinger and Kerouac as a contemporary? I'd be very interested to hear your opinion! :)

    04月 23日 23:09 返信
  • sgoldcoast

    Oh yes, it is all Taboo and will be enjoyed!

    04月 16日 18:26 返信
  • missbene

    Hi again. Thanks for adding me :) Niagara Falls, wow, i'd love to visit there sometime! I've explored your library a little already and figured out I quite like Americana, so thanks for introducing me to some new music. I listen to quite a lot of modern music, but there's something special about older tunes. You're lucky that you have a lot of time to listen to music. I feel I never get enough time to listen, but I do as often as I can, music is such an important part of life. Hope you'll have a wonderful week Greg!

    04月 15日 06:08 返信
  • missbene

    You have such a range of artists in your library. I will check some of them out. Have a great week!

    04月 9日 07:18 返信
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Remember when teachers, public employees, Planned Parenthood, NPR and PBS crashed the stock market, wiped out half of our 401Ks, took trillions in TARP money, spilled oil in the Gulf of Mexico, gave themselves billions in bonuses, and paid no taxes? Yeah, me neither

Every moment has it's music.

We baby boomers have got the music inside of us. We can get iPhones, update our Facebook pages, but what truly gets us off is music. Spinning a record, going to the show. We enjoy the one hit wonders. But when we hear the legends, we're returned to who we used to be. Suddenly, there are more doors open than shut. We still feel there are possibilities. Nothing the President, nothing Congress says can make us feel this way. Our bank accounts won't keep us warm at night. But when we hear the music, we're set free. With our brothers. The so-called Woodstock generation. Which realized that music truly could make a difference, truly could save the world. That musicians were not the tools of corporations, to play music and sing songs you wrote was the highest calling on earth. The music came first. The money was a result of the pursuit of greatness. Now it's the reverse. But not for us.
Bob Lefsetz



Music is what feelings sound like.

To stop the flow of music would be like the stopping of time itself, incredible and inconceivable.

Me, behave? Seriously? As a child I saw Tarzan almost naked, Cinderella arrived home after midnight, Pinocchio told lies, Aladdin was a thief, Batman drove over 200 miles an hour, Snow White lived in a house with 7 men, Popeye smoked a pipe and had tattoos...

I was there to see:
Al Hibbler, Alice Cooper, Allman Bothers before and after Duane died, America, Asleep at the Wheel, The Band, B.B. King, Big Joe Turner, Bill Kirchen, Bill Monroe, Blackie & The Rodeo Kings, Blasters w/ Hollywood Fats on guitar, Blood Sweat & Tears, Blues Project, Bo Diddley, Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt [w/just Freebo], The Bottle Rockets, Boz Scaggs [Boz and Band tour], Buddy Guy, Buffalo Springfield, Buffy St. Marie, Byron Berline, Candye Kane w/ Laura Chavez, Canned Heat, Cat Mother & The Allnight Newsboys, Chamber Brothers, Chicago Transit Authority, Chuck Berry, Commander Cody, Count Basie, Country Gentlemen, Dave Alvin, Dave & Phil Alvin, Deep Purple, Della Mae, Dirt Band, Dizzy Gillespie, Doug Kershaw, Earl Scruggs, Eilen Jewell, Elvis Presley, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Emmylou Harris, Eric Clapton, David Grisman, Delaney & Bonnie, Doors, Dr John, Doug Kershaw, Ellen McIlwaine, Fabulous Thunderbirds, Faces, Fairport Convention, Foghat, Frank Zappa, Freddie King, Gene Vincent, George Thorogood, Gordon Lightfoot, Graham Parker, Grateful Dead, Howlin' Wolf, James Gang, James McMurtry, Janis Joplin w/ Big Brother, Janiva Magness, Johnny Winter, Jefferson Airplane, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmie Vaughan with Lou Ann Barton, Jimmy Smith, Joe Williams, John Hammond, John Lee Hooker, John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band, John Mayal, John Nemeth, Johnny Winter , Junior Parker & the All Stars, Junior Wells, Doc & Merle Watson, Kinks, Jackson Browne, James Gang, Jethro Tull, Jim Lauderdale, Joe Cocker w/the Grease Band, John Hiatt, John Prine, Jonathan Edwards, Led Zeppelin, Leon Redbone, Leon Russell, Lindisfarne, Little Richard, Loggins & Messina, Long John Baldry, Lou Reed, Lovin' Spoonful , Lynyard Skynard[college gym!], Milt Jackson, Miriam Makeba, Moody Blues, Mose Allison, Mother Earth w/ Tracy Nelson, Muddy Waters, Neil Young [Massey Hall 1971], The Nylons, The Osborne Brothers, Paul Butterfied Blus Band, Paul Thorn, Paula Lockheart, Pete Rowan, Peter, Paul & Mary, Poco, Procul Harem, Ray Charles, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Red Molly, Rick Nelson, Rodney Crowell, Roy Buchanan, Ry Cooder, Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, Samantha Fish, Savoy Brown, Seldom Scene, Simon & Garfunkel, Slaid Cleeves, Sly and the Family Stone, Spider Martin [a great friend, R.I.P.] Spyro Gyra, Stéphane Grappelli, Steppenwolf , Steve Goodman, Stevie Wonder, Steve Young, Taj Mahal, Temptations, Ten Years After, The Lone Bellow, Tommy Castro Band, Tony Joe White, Vassar Clements, Rascals, Rolling Stones [2x same day!!], Ry Cooder, Stevie Wonder, Steve Young, Woody Herman, Tom Petty, Tom Rush, Turnpike Troubadours, Wes Montgomery, Wet Willie, The Zombies, ZZ Top

These are the ones that I clearly remember ;-)) I just can't remember everyone, especially some of the multiple day festivals. There was so much great music that I think that we took it for granted.








wilburfan48's top albums (overall) 1. Blackie & The Rodeo Kings - Kings Of Love (417)
2. Eilen Jewell - Boundary County (315)
3. Joan Osborne - Pretty Little Stranger (294)
4. Houston Marchman - Blue Cadillac (289)
5. Janiva Magness - Blues Ain't Pretty (287)
6. Paul Thorn - Ain't Love Strange (269)
7. Greg Trooper - Make It Through This World (267)
8. Janiva Magness - Do I Move You (260)
9. Beth Rowley - Little Dreamer (260)
10. Mark Selby - More Storms Comin' (242)
11. Janiva Magness - What Love Will Do (239)
12. Paul Thorn - Mission Temple Fireworks Stand (238)
13. Gregg Allman - Low Country Blues (Deluxe Version) (237)
14. Jesse Winchester - Gentleman of Leisure (233)
15. Paul Thorn - A Long Way From Tupelo (233)
16. Eilen Jewell - Sea Of Tears (232)
17. Sharon Little - Perfect Time for a Breakdown (227)
18. Eilen Jewell - Letters From Sinners & Strangers (226)
19. Amy Black - One Time (225)
20. Lauren Marie - Introducing Miss Lauren Marie (223)




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wilburfan48's top 50 albums (overall):
1. Greg Trooper - Make It Through This World (205)


2. Joan Osborne - Pretty Little Stranger (187)


3. Greg Trooper - Floating (176)


4. Greg Trooper - Popular Demons (171)


5. Fayssoux - Early (169)


6. Greg Trooper - Between a House and a Hard Place (163)


6. Houston Marchman - Blue Cadillac (163)


8. Eilen Jewell - Boundary County (159)


9. Eilen Jewell - Letters From Sinners & Strangers (149)


10. Lynn Miles - Night in a Strange Town (147)


11. Matraca Berg - Sunday Morning To Saturday Night (140)


12. Paul Thorn - Ain't Love Strange (138)


13. Lucinda Williams - Lucinda Williams (137)


14. Greg Trooper - The Backstop - Live (136)


15. Greg Trooper - Straight Down Rain (134)


16. Blackie & the Rodeo Kings - Kings of Love (131)


16. Lynn Miles - Slightly Haunted (131)


18. Elvis Presley - Elvis Is Back! (130)


19. Grace Potter & the Nocturnals - This Is Somewhere (129)


20. Lyle Lovett - Pontiac (127)


21. Paul Thorn - Mission Temple Fireworks Stand (125)


21. Martha Scanlan - The West Was Burning (125)


23. Kelly Willis - What I Deserve (122)


23. Lauren Marie - Introducing Miss Lauren Marie (122)


23. Matraca Berg - Lying to the Moon & Other Stories (122)


23. Greg Trooper/The Flatirons - Everywhere (122)


27. Patricia Vonne - Guitars & Castanets (119)


27. Kimmie Rhodes - West Texas Heaven (119)


29. Neko Case - Blacklisted (117)


30. Benny Joy - Rockin' & Rollin' With Benny Joy (116)


31. Butch Hancock - Eats Away the Night (114)


32. Emmylou Harris - Last Date [Bonus Tracks] (113)


32. Elvis Presley - Elvis' Golden Records (113)


34. Hem - Rabbit Songs (112)


35. Emmylou Harris - Portraits [Box Set] (111)


36. Grace Potter & the Nocturnals - Nothing But the Water (110)


37. Angela Strehli Band - Soul Shake (108)


38. Greg Trooper - Noises in the Hallway (107)


39. Tift Merritt - Tambourine (104)


40. Buddy Holly - Memorial Collection (102)


40. The Felice Brothers - The Felice Brothers (102)


40. Delbert McClinton - Room to Breathe (102)


43. Delbert McClinton - Nothing Personal (101)


43. Renee Olstead - Skylark (101)


45. Mark Selby - more storms comin' (100)


46. Lynn Miles - Love Sweet Love (99)


46. k.d. lang - Shadowland (99)


46. The Mavericks - Trampoline (99)


49. Lucinda Williams - Essence (98)


50. Janiva Magness - Blues Ain't Pretty (97)


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