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  1. Proof of my impeccable and on going good taste First record I ever bought I’ve liked a lot of different records and been obsessed with different players over decades but there has never been a time when these 70’s Neil Young records weren’t played
  2. 2 beers and half a bottle of wine None of which would pass the muster on the currently drinking thread but here I am with a head not spinning and looking at least another hour And hoping to get up at 4 to watch the meteor shower so here’s what’s keeping my head in a stationary position
  3. Really is one of the best vocals I’ve ever heard And the the Stills Young guitars turn fairly silly lyrics into a great song on the 1st or 2nd record I ever played on my own stereo And Helpless the song that drove me into a lifelong love of Neil Young and the background to a decade of surfing
  4. My copy bought at the time was one of the most beautiful records I ever owned along with a Neil Young compilation which was similar in layout Very thick cardboard with great colour photos of the musicians in the studio a lot of short paragraphs and because it was 3 records I think it all sort of pulled apart revealing more photos you might be able to google it with a bit of time
  5. I know this is completely off topic but I can’t let someone extoll the virtues of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band without asking do you know this one Not just a great record but one of historical importance being the first gathering of traditional crew cut whiskey drinking old time country music players and the long haired dopers of young people I love with country music Some of the best acoustic music you will ever hear
  6. also on here on tidal but well worth buying some great live stuff as well as Mr Bojangles The Tennessee Waltz Sharon And a great song Diamond Lil “ and a man should never gamble with more than he can afford to lose”
  7. https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=2ahUKEwiAtcrXj7LmAhVS7HMBHb2yD18QyCkwAHoECAkQBQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DmuG8kDYbZ5Q&usg=AOvVaw2d7fllmV21HCtyejVulRK_ read the comments underneath
  8. He is one of America’s finest musicians and has been around for 50 years Played on and produced a Bob Dylan record that was never released in 1990 or so I thought he would be on One of them Try utube Well worth tracking down one of my favourite records and one I have played on a regular basis over 50 years or so
  9. Have a listen to the version of Mr Bojangles on this David Bromberg played and toured with Jerry Jeff Walker and gives an explanation of how the song was written
  10. No idea if this guy is related to Wyatt but it sounds good On the rockabilly side of country
  11. A long long long time ago in a galaxy far far away when I was in single digits I probably started My adventures in reading with Davy Crockett books and comics And here I am towards the end of my record listening ( long way away I hope) here I am listening to a distant relative singing and playing country music
  12. Don’t talk about the happy clapper like that
  13. Richard Thompson probably the best British lyric writer or maybe Ray Davies The Beatles of course the best songwriters Here he is singing a famous Hank Williams number although nor written by Hank Sad sad song I love being able to post the lyrics or I could say I love roon Not many people listen to lyrics I think that is the most shocking thing I’ve learnt on the internet Not once in the 50 years I’ve been listening to rock n roll songs has it ever occurred to me that music is more important than words😀 Never too old to learn something new I guess
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