Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by cusetown1, Oct 11, 2013.
I love Wilco...
In honor of Richard Gere being in the Syracuse area here's a song that mentions his name......
[song: Crying At The Discoteque]
quite a ride......
[song: Ambient Computer Dance]
gotta post some music after a disappointing loss.....
[song: Adventure Of A Lifetime]
after such a depressing game, gotta post some music......
[song: I Wasn't Ready]
more depression, more music......
[song: The Joke]
one of the worst losses of all-time, wow.....
[song: Vanille Fraise]
I hope this hasn't already been posted. Gotta love roots music. Notice the age level of the crowd
Good song, it's actually been posted twice before. Moqui posted it in Feb 2014 without tags so it didn't show up in tee's list. I didn't realize this and posted it with tags in Aug '14.
It's basically an unfinished song from 1973 that Bob Dylan wrote called "Rock Me Mama". Old Crow Medicine Show changed the melody of the verses a bit, added verse lyrics, and changed the name of the song. The chorus, the most important part of almost every song, is unchanged.
I posted the following in the 70s thread, it's Dylan's unfinished original:
Interesting, thanks for that. I was told by a much younger musician friend the guy who crafted the song into the OCMS version was British, and he didn't realize he had geographically reversed Johnson City and the Cumberland Gap. However by the time it was pointed out, the song had risen to such great popularity it was too late to change it. Don't know whether that's accurate, but when I play it I invert the two misplaced locations back to their proper places.
Who would you rather be, The Beatles or The Rolling Stones?
[song: Gimme Sympathy]
[song : time to pretend]
Luther Dickinson, Blow out. From Blues & Ballads: A Folksinger's Songbook. One of the two best albums of 2016
[song: Blow Out]
Sturgill Simpson, Call to Arms. Live cut from Farm Aid 2016, orignally appeared on A Sailor's Guide to Earth, the other of the two best albums of 2016
[song: Call to Arms]
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