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I really like Andy Stanley and Jentzen Franklin the best.
Go on iTunes and "subscribe" to the weekley podcasts of the people you like. Then download to your iPod or they will appear on the cloud if you have an iPhone. I have an old iPod touch that I still have to use the cord to physically download. I have a 25-30 min drive to work and will listen to them during my drive.
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+1 I've seen ARS about 10 years ago and Molly Hatchet back in their heyday around 1981.
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
Bought my first car at 17 in 1977. '66 Dodge Dart. It only had the factory AM radio, so the first thing I did was mount an 8 track player under the dash. First few 8 track tapes I bought were: Marshall Tucker Band, Outlaws, and Fire on The Mountain by Charlie Daniels.
I like most all rock and country from the '60s and'70's, some from the '80's and '90's and a little of todays .
No hip hop.
Yes, I'm old...
It's just such a different world today than back then.
You can be like a doctor and look at it... you can be like a lawyer and talk about it... or you can be like a farmer and plow right into it.
I am a classic rocker through and through but, as much as I tried because my friends listened to them, I could never get into Pink Floyd. But I listen to anything 70's and early 80's. I honestly have never heard of most bands listed on this thread. Out of touch musically I guess. Plug in the old 8 track and dial it in with a matchbook. Groovy! +1 RTATL
1970 Mercury Comet for me and then pretty much the rest of your post added in. +1
+1 I also saw Molly Hatchet around that time also. There was a big concert the evening after an Alabama game (the one where it rained so hard) with Marshall Tucker, The Outlaws, Charlie Daniels, and maybe another band. What a great show!
"Never take for granted what it means to be a Volunteer." Peyton Manning
That's hilarious! '74 Comet for me. Could fill it up for about $5 and drive for two weeks.
"Plug in the old 8 track and dial it in with a matchbook"
YEP! You were obviously there, for sure.
Remember when the player would inevitably "eat" your favorite tape after you played it a bajillion times?
Can't tell you how many times I unsuccessfully attempted to salvage my beloved tape. Or how many times I replaced one. I still hear songs today that just don't sound quite right without the fade out and back in when changing tracks. +1 GO 70's!
Yeah. Now I drive a Ford Excursion, 40 bucks gets me a quarter of a tank, and driving it a week is sheer hope.
"Play some Hatchet, man!"
Your team. All the time.
I can identify with the 8-track tape player. What horrible technology! I put one in my first car, a 1968 Chevy Malibu. I may have been the only person to ever have an 8-track player below the dash on the left side of the steering wheel.
I really regret not going to see him in Vegas a year or so ago when I had a chance. My wife and I were there to see some fights at the MGM and he was playing the next day at the Grand Garden Arena.
On a related note, I've always preferred Gilmour's solo work to Waters.
True. I think Gilmour's solo work is very true to Floyd's original style.
Yeah Kevin, you rocker you! Although I'm a huge Allman Bros. fan, Hatchets' remake of "Dreams I'll Never See" bested the original. My apologies to the purists.
My wife worships Chevelle. If you like them and that style of music, check out Tremonti. Mark Tremonti is the former lead guitarist for Creed. Very, very good music.
I'm guessing you might be from Memphis. Love me some Three 6 and Project Pat. Jeezy is one of my all-time favs as well. Good list my friend.
I was killing me some "My President is Black Remix" with Jay Z last night.
I think Jeezy is hit or miss, but when he hits his flow it is disgusting.
Anything Country! Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, and local sensation Brad Blackwell!
Seether, Shinedown, Godsmack, Disturbed, Norah Jones, Sean Hayes, Michael Buble, The Fun, Bruno Mars, Adele
At the ripe age of 50 I have tastes than span the centuries...mostly listen to contemporary Christian music these days, but right now I am listening to the Boss "Darkness on the Edge of Town". Like classic country, jazz, gospel, funk, Motown, some classical and (of course) anything rock from the 60s, 70s and very early 80s. 1977 was the last great year for rock.
Its not a stupid question until you ask it.
To all my fellow V'sFL(VFL)... since this is a thread about music I feel it appropriate to invite all on board to come and see me play at the Riverbend Music and Arts Festival in beautiful downtown Chattanooga, TN. June 15th from 5 to 6 p.m. on the Bud Light Stage.(second largest stage there)
We will be opening up for the legendary reggae group Steel Pulse™ the headliner that evening is the super talented group OAR™ and we are stoked. This is fireworks night and there will be well over 90,000 people there so get there early if you're coming and I hope to see some of you there! as always Peace and Much Love!
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