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    1. coltsfansince65

      coltsfansince65

      Saw them in 1969. Covered many of their songs in my band while in high school. Great times. Thanks for posting.

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Good bass on "I'm your captain" BTW. Nice groove on that number BR-549. :banana:

       

      Thanks CFS65 for your blast from the past youth anecdote there as well. I dig musicians man. Always have; always will. :thmup:

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    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      I like forum friends who post off the beaten path tracks BR-549. I forgot how much I enjoy spur of the moment/mood jukebox stuff from regulars on here. 

       

      You keep posting & I'll keep listening my friend. I really enjoy this because every once in awhile somebody will play something crazy good that I've never heard before & I'm better off because of it. You know, expand my musical horizons kind of thing. Sweet! 

  3. Thanks fellas.  I have just been doing other things.  I did not intend to take so much time away.  With the season coming soon I intend to spend more time here chatting with you guys.  I appreciate you checking in with me.

     

    Took the wife to Vegas during the draft... that was my first time there, very cool.  We watched the first round in the casino of our hotel (Luxor if you are familiar) which was fun.  Met some nice folks from here in Ohio.... they got up and left when the Browns selected Mayfield, lol. 

     

    I was a little stunned and didn't know what to think about Nelson, but it didn't take long for the idea to season for me.

     

    I think we spent about $40 gambling.  I have evidence of success with a couple of vouchers.  One for 7 cents and one for 9 cents, lol.  We enjoyed the food and doing other things, Hoover Dam and Red Rock Canyon were really cool.

     

    Gonna go check out the forum.  Glad to hear from ya'll

     

    -BR

     

     

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    2. BR-549

      BR-549

      Thanks buddy.  Its a little aggravating though .... keep getting the spinning wheel (thinking).  Not sure if it is the updated program, heavy traffic or my computer but it sucks to have to wait on every change.

      Call me tomorrow if you have time.  I will be in my office all day after I go pick cucumbers to make my horseradish dills... say after 930-10.  Would be nice to catch up.  If not, whenever you get a minute.

    3. 2006Coltsbestever

      2006Coltsbestever

      Glad you are back, how about them Cubs! 

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      @TheRustonRifle#7 Nice Hee Haw clip there! I remember watching that show on TV when I was younger than I am now. What are the odds of finding a clip with a forum member's call sign on it? Gotta be a billion to 1 odds. Bravo brother! 

       

      @BR-549, Glad to hear you & your wife had a good time in Sin City BTW. Your trip sounded memorable for all the right reasons. Happy to see your triumphant return. 

  4. Miss ya man...

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    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Whatever is going down in your life at the moment BR-549, always remember these eternal words of wisdom from Kansas: "Carry On My Wayward Son"...

       

      I sincerely hope all is well my friend. 

       

       

      The guitarist extraordinaire is a man named Martin Miller BTW. 

    3. BR-549

      BR-549

      Thanks Friend

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Hey there BR-549,

       

      Good to see you posting once again. Glad to have you back. :thmup:

       

      I came across a singer named Johnny Doe today performing a song called "Devil Train." I honestly thought this was "The Man In Black." It's crazy good. Wow!

       

       

      I was blown away. It sounds like vintage stuff straight out of the 1950's & Sun Records. Amazing!

  5. Just trying to get through the rest of Monday..

    Enjoy friends..

     

    Add if you like

     

     

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    3. coltsfansince65

      coltsfansince65

      I saw them back then. Both with Frampton & then with Clem Clemson. They put on a great show.

      I still think Steve Marriot was the best front man ever.

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      I like it when TV hosts take time to get to know a band before they play instead of after the number is over @Coltsfansince65 especially drummers because they rarely get any love, props, or recognition for their talents largely because no one can see them on stage given the enormous size of kits & cymbals now. 

       

      Glad you enjoyed seeing Humble Pie live. 

  6. I hope Josh is as into his job as Ian is into his work here...

     

     

    1. BR-549

      BR-549

      Ha ha... just thought of it, I bet ya him and Joe Cocker were separated from the him after birth much like Pagano and Grigson... Ha... oh, bad joke, sorry.

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Did someone say Joe Cocker? 

       

      Can I leave my hat on or is the magic gone already? It figures. LOL! 

       

       

      One of the best front men to see live I kid you not. 

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      Hey, here comes Kevin Arnold [A 'Wonder Years" joke.] Where's Winnie Cooper man? Very easy on the eyes, but I digress. 

       

       

      Seriously folks, Joe is the man.

  7. One of my favorites by these iconic dudes...

     

     

     

    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      I love the intro to 'Closer To The Heart" it's so hypnotic & soothing like a trance. 

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Canadian bands are always fantastic. Must be something in the water up there. 

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    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      With tracks like this blaring through boom box speakers [Yes, I said boom box] any chore like painting a fence is much more enjoyable & less of a burden for Tom or anybody else. 

       

      You can never go wrong with a classic. Well done BR-549! 

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    1. TheRustonRifle#7

      TheRustonRifle#7

      That was the first concert I ever saw and I was 12...lol!

  10. Come and get it.... 

     

     

    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      All that running water made me wanna use the bathroom, but I came right back & listened. Too much information? Ha! Ha! My bad. Good stuff!

  11. A word of wisdom for Mr. Ballard on his search for a new coach... not really, just a good tune with a really good title.

     

     

     

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    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Stevie....God, I love her voice. She was definitely blessed by the musical gods. When she goes, I will cry. I know it. Nobody like her. One of kind & her lyrics are so deep & real. 

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      Funny, you should mention your admiration for John Denver BR-549. I just watched a movie called "Logan Lucky" last night & 1 of the main characters held Denver in high esteem as a singer too. His little girl in the flick won a Miss Virginia Pagent when she sang "County Road Take Me Home" to her daddy in the audience. It was moving. I even got a little choked up. Very cool way to honor her father. 

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Nice vintage clip from "American Band Stand" & Mr. Clark back there. My kinda of old school stuff man! 

       

      Nice. 

  12. In light of a great effort tonight in my opinion... lets jam

     

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    2. BR-549

      BR-549

      Enjoy.... Better Times Are On The Way For Us Colts Fans

       

      Add to it if you like.... Merry Christmas to all my buds here

    3. NFLfan

      NFLfan

      Merry Christmas to you and your family! Hope you are well. :)

    4. lollygagger8

      lollygagger8

      Merry Christmas!!! 

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    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Johnny Cash is the best. His work is timeless, poignant, & always relevant no matter what decade we are in. "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash." Yes, you most certainly are. A friend to preachers, pimps, prostitutes, & politicians as well as the downtrodden. Love the Man In Black. 

       

      You're a good man RR7. I wish your pop was still around too. Just so I could have the pleasure of meeting him or at least hearing entertaining stories about him anyway. My condolences RR7. 

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      You know how much I revere Rainbow man. 

       

       

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Oops! My bad. I put Rainbow in the wrong status update. My apologies Cash. LOL! 

       

      Cash would lay down a spectacular cover though. We both know that. 

  14. Cy Young winner right? Yeah, a lot of bad news as of late. Hate to hear of young people dying no matter who they are.
  15. That was targeting.. it has been called for lesser hits.... bizarre Not sure how he didn't end up with a concussion too. His head took two hard hits plus bounced off the ground at the end of the play. Being grass and not turf (concrete) may have helped.
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