"Woodstock '69 attendee representing here. Every song, his power of voice and wild attack on his acoustic guitar settled everyone in and gave us the assurance of what we came for. His Songs; most poignant "Handsome Johnny" ;…"
"Stax - beautiful. But are lillies and roses in competition for greatness. Bob's success came from his initial refusal to be touched and handled in any way. He balked quickly at anyone telling him what to do. Got that declared straight out…"
"such a nice answer Terry. I like the 'those of us cursed with too much detail and song titles' and prove it with "Alley Oop Venus and Lemon Tree. I would like to have Dylan do something though with Fly Me to the Moon just…"
"Here's some that come up front for me: but could change this all day - Enjoyed trying - finding gold nuggets in my home.
1. Song to Woody (Hey Hey Woody Guthrie I wrote you a song)
2. Gospel Plow (Hold On)
"Wagging the dog will be even better now. (not joking)
Not just write things down; get them marked yours. Nesmith's name is good enough for argument - your's might not be.
Liquid Paper allowed me to earn a living. (also not joking)."
"I saw Mark this last Oct in Portland fronting Bob Dylan. I also had previously heard him play in Bob Dylan's band on a tour in late 70's also. He really lit the guitar on fire in dueling with Bob. I really am impressed with Mark…"
" Sorry you thought his Tempest show was mediocre. In Portland OR I was sitting to stage left and up watched all his piano playing and listened to all he gave us that evening. My 30 something daughter was as well; with all of it. Knoffler…"
"Starting with the radio and western movie Roy Rogers and Dale Evans along with the era of voices like Johnny Ray and Frankie Laine - started me off in toddler world. In the 50's and 60's radio didn't separate sounds now called…"
"Sorry I posted already without remembering it was a contest. Just made note from the article about the albums and was clear now what I wanted to get. So having listened as everyone did to Johnny Cash from 60 - 61. I felt very glad when I went…"
"Thank you for pointing to the Greatest albums - just put them on my Wish List - lest I forget. Saw Johnny in '76. But memories of listening to him go back to the beginning of the 60's Ring of Fire; Walk the Line. Have a special…"
"Ch..Ch..Changes is a good start to David Bowie. About him I always find something that I didn't know was his or when I thought a song was going to be ordinary it drew me in to love it. Man Who Fell To Earth in a theatre was too much. I…"
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