"It also depends on how many you want. If you want 300 or fewer then you're gonna probably have to have them duplicated. More than that, replication. Replication does sound better, lasts longer, etc... Part of the equation, for my band the…"
"The Twelve Gauge Persuaders out of North Carolina are awesome. They are waaaaayyy below the radar right now, but won't be for long. Not if they make more albums like their debut, Crumble.
"I couldn't care less about either of these guys, but as for Jr., he didn't say Obama was like Hitler, he said Obama and Bohneor (Sp?) golfing together was an odd pairing, like Hitler and Netanyahu (Sp? again) golfing together. That's…"
"Yeah, I just don't get it. Half the time he's loaded and singing out of key. Some of his songs I like okay, but can't say I think they're great. Like what he did with Cash On The Barrelhead though, and I've made his version…"
"Together they were without rivals. That is indisputable, though apparently there are those who dispute it here... I once made a series of Beatles mix tapes, and ended up with something like 7 hours of great music. It just never ended. They were…"
"Walls and Bridges I bought with great expectations, and it left me cold. Double Fantasy would have been great if Yoko hadn't been on it. I'll grant you that. Sadly, she was. Someone asked once if I could go back and time and kill either…"
"Recommendations? Sure! Happy to! Old 97's. Roger Clyne. Ryan Adams. Jayhawks. Cliff Eberhardt. Paul Thorn. Twelve-Gauge Persuaders. RW Hubbard. Hayes Carll. James McMurtry. The Tracktors. Nic Cowen. I'll think of more..."
"You're probably right. I just think of everything before the 80's to be country/rock and everything after to be alt.country, though that's admittedly a false distinction. If I call ISB alt.country then I kinda gotta call The Eagles…"
"Fine, but again I ask you, what great albums did Lennon record? Everybody praises the primal scream thing, but nobody actually listens to it. I've never like Imagine... thought it was a lazy bit of songwriting. Lennon himself discribed it as…"
"U2... I listen, recognize it as good, don't ever want to hear it again. Don't know why.
Springsteen... After The River he just leaves me cold. Watch stage shows from the 70's and wish I'd been there. Watch stage shows from last…"
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