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keyse1 last won the day on February 24 2018

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  1. I’ve got 10 CDs 😀 John Prine Diamonds In The Rough Sweet Revenge Common Sense Bruised Orange German Afternoons Aimless Love The Missing Years Live On Tour In Spite Of Ourselves $10 each plus postage if you are interested
  2. Listening to this driving around this morning Could just as easily been written about the Murdoch and his gutter press In 2020 as newspapers in the 60’s Saddest thing about politics is that nothing ever changes despite people like me wishing it would😀 Great songs (this just a “good” song) never really go out of fashion or date Or at least the stories they tell remain relevant This was my first experience of Tom Paxton multiple decades ago and has a lot of beautifully written songs not all of which are political on this record Cant remember him ever being in Australia but he still does occasional shows in the States put the lyrics there so you can sing along I love technology
  3. That should go down well😀 you might need ☂️
  4. One (or maybe 2 )glasses of wine before I pack it in Finish with Bob and start with this great song and his near perfect vocal Its an old mans song reflecting on the past as only old people can do(obviously 😀)
  5. I started the day driving around in the pitch black dodging raindrops 🌨🌨🌨🌨🌨🌨🌨and having the adventure lit by a random play of Bob Dylan songs☂️☂️☂️☂️☂️☂️ And ending it with Arlo Guthrie sing Bob songs along with his fathers and assorted traditional song and his own songs Including Miss The Mississippi and You written by Jimmy Rodgers and Bill Halley covered by Arlo in the early 70’s and Dylan in the 90’s I think These old songs go round and round but I can’t help but wonder when my age group shuffles off who will be playing and listening Most people are quite rightly obsessed with new music just as I was and to a lesser extent still am But not much interest in anything beyond the rock and roll of the 60’s Great songs no matter which century they are written in remain great songs because they tell a universal story often around life love sex death God and injustice using simple language and great players
  6. Feels like an Arlo Guthrie kind of day I can’t remember owning his first record Alice’s Restaurant but certainly the next 3 or 4 But everyone else did Sitting around listening the Alices Restaurant and laughing And the movie was great My 2nd favourite place in America after New York City is around the towns where Alices Restaurant took place in Massachusetts Actually saw Arlo at The Blues Festival and again in Tweed Heads a few years ago He sang Alices Restaurant Massacree in full with some references more contemporary Very funny
  7. I recognise the name but don’t think I ever saw them play Saw a lot of Australian bands but mainly in Sydney Unless they were famous as in popular they didn’t get up here much In relation to Bruce I grew up surrounded by conservatives They frowned on everything that I thought was fun From memory “For the ones that have got a notion A notion deep inside That it ain’t no sin to be glad you’re alive” That resonates with me and even today when I hear it I get goose bumps😀
  8. Another great John Huston movie and his last from the 80’s Based on a short story by James Joyce Beautiful sensitive movie that I remember about death Although that could be wrong not sure how you could see this type of film now
  9. One of the best films I’ve ever seen In London about 1980 at the cinema called Curzon from memory You could buy beer and Mex and watch art cinema from memory The Church Of Jesus Christ Without Jesus in It Still ” makes me laugh Pretty much sums up Christianity today despite being written I think in the 50’s Directed by John Huston one of his last movie A very Mucho man guy but sure made great films and this was one of his last
  10. Norman Blake another great acoustic guitar player Not sure why I bought his record back in the the 70’s Probably because he played on Nashville Skyline at Bob’s request If you are good enough to play on a Bob Dylan record that’s a good enough reason to buy a record https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=2ahUKEwjahu6i8LzpAhV0yzgGHYHNDxoQFjABegQIAhAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FNorman_Blake_(American_musician)&usg=AOvVaw3wVeSNvksomm0SE3KLJLz0
  11. I had this on record in the 70’s in the bad old days when there was no alternative to records Like 90% of the records I own I would have bought it on the basis of a review probably in Rolling Stone magazine So much great music in that decade I was moving in and out of genres as a result of reading about records and bands that I had no hope in hell of seeing live or hearing on god forbid the radio Not sure if you can read the back cover of this but worth googling For anyone who likes acoustic guitars Doc Watson is one of America’s best players Country music at its finest
  12. Last song on the record Not perfect sound but even that can’t disguise how good the song is
  13. Tidaling Lucinda Williams new record Lot of electricity Bleak vocals More political than her other records Man Without A Soul about Twump but I think misses the point The people who voted for him will still be here in numbers long after he’s gone They are the point Can’t see any way out of the swamp for America
  14. Someone should buy Darkness On The Edge Of Town Bruce Springsteen’s last great record and possibly his best
  15. Not if you are listening to the lyrics Thats as political as you can get😀 https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=10&ved=2ahUKEwijnfjWt7DpAhU9wzgGHRCCCsIQFjAJegQIAxAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.rollingstone.com%2Fmusic%2Fmusic-album-reviews%2Fstanding-in-the-breach-101389%2F&usg=AOvVaw3ugl3UC_a5oso6U5G_O2Br
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