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Sage Francis
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James Taylor is a very secret pleasure of mine.

and when I say secret I mean...I will never admit to listening to him ever again. haha
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 12:12 pm
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woogie



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oh, neil diamond
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 12:24 pm
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bobbythebear



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THE BOSS??

come on man!!
are you out of your mind??

he makes me want to vomit...[/quote]


Shit on you - The Boss is ill. how can a man who has scored big without comprising be vomit material?

while I'm at it - Tom Waits
Meatloaf

And "Rocking in the Free World" is classic
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 2:46 pm
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Sage Francis
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Neil Diamond, no.

Tom Waits, yes.
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 2:48 pm
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ONE.



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Sage Francis wrote:

Tom Waits, yes.


yes indeed.

John Lennon. That's all I need to say for myself.

peaces.
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 4:30 pm
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Arkitech



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Who are all of these people of whom you are speaking of???

^sorry, but that is the question that the average teen is now asking, which is sad...

Anyway, although a seamingly meaningless topic which is really meaningful, Neil Young is awesome. :)

But, being from jersey.....GO BRUUUUCE!
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 5:04 pm
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hugh grants hooker
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sage, whats with the denial of james taylor?

james taylor gets 'much respeck'.

what is your opinion of Jim Croce?
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 5:07 pm
 
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Neil Young, The Band, and The Last Waltz  Reply with quote  

The Band!
--fucking awesome, quite possibly the most underated band ever (while they are in the R&R Hall of Fame, they are still unknown to virtually all)....Robbie Robertson is one of the best songwriters ever, sitting up there next to Dylan....

Niel Young is great. Never has there been a combination of a poor to average guitarist and unbelievable to godlike songwriter in the history of Rock...If you disagree with the fact that he sucked at guitar, check out "Southern Man"...he has a solo that is like one "E" note for 18 licks, thats it...its crap, but its got Young's lyrics, so its great too!

Speaking of Neil Youn and the Band, anyone ever see "The Last Waltz"?...Neil Young plays "Helpless" when he sits in for a song. Yeah, so apparently N.Y. has no recollection of that performance. He was at the end of a 50 hour coke bindge. He went up there and he basically had a coke mustache. Scorcesie (sp?) who directed The Last Waltz really wanted to keep it in, you know to show whats real in R&R, but Young's record label forced them to digitally edit the coke mustache out of the clips if they wanted to have it in the final pressing of the movie.

I'm sure Niel Young was passed out for a couple weeks, so he had no clue that the movie was being made.

Neil Young
Robbie Robertson/The Band
Bob Seger (a great musician that I'll never buy...a radio musician)
Grand Funk Railroad
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 5:21 pm
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Mojo the helper monkey



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Elvis Costello. .

?
Post Sun Apr 13, 2003 6:25 pm
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nonesuchone



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Elvis Costello indeed.
Post Mon Apr 14, 2003 2:35 am
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Seamus Ignoramus



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kermit the frog.
Post Mon Apr 14, 2003 4:16 am
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Netsmad



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hell yeah  Reply with quote  

Jim Jarmusch.....which leads me to Screamin' Jay Hawkins...discuss.
Post Mon Apr 14, 2003 4:30 am
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Satyre



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MC HOMELESS wrote:
Neil Young is fukking amazing. 4 Dead In Ohio,written about shit that went down 1/8 a mile from my residence.


Do you like Neil Young?Or did you just think that it was 'fukking' amazing that Neil wrote a song about some shit that happened by your house?
Post Mon Apr 14, 2003 9:46 am
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johnny hatchback



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maybe they arent sleeping.  Reply with quote  

I once performed "Ohio" by myself with a guitar for my 11th grade english class. I was nervous.

Get the vhs or dvd of "Rust Never Sleeps" by Neil Young and Crazy Horse. You will shit yourself its so good. If it wasnt for sugar mountain i wouldnt even like music. I've seen him live about 3 times, awesome.

fav. line "what is the color when black is burned?"

-johnny
JohnnyWu2@hotmail.com
Post Mon Apr 14, 2003 3:32 pm
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nonesuchone



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kermit? rubbish.

Smackey the frog.
Post Mon Apr 14, 2003 4:47 pm
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