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Irish folk

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Narcococorrido (drug ballad)

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The Dubliners.

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J.V.Stalin (possibly on children), "Beat, Beat and Beat again!"
Seems reasonable (but then I went to a Public* School).

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Check out "Shite n' onions" on the web. Punk fueled Irish folk and rock. The Dead is sublime for afternoon drinking. I prefer "Workingmans' Dead" and "American Beauty".
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I was raised under the dictum, "Children should be seen and not heard." So it should be to no one's surprise that I came out biting. And perhaps a bit rabid about the jaws.
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The Doors, Allman Brothers and pretty much all trip hop.
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Savage wrote:I was raised under the dictum, "Children should be seen and not heard." So it should be to no one's surprise that I came out biting. And perhaps a bit rabid about the jaws.
Was that a jab? Did I disrespect the board somehow? If I jumped in too fast and broke rules of decorum, I apologize.
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Holy crap! Appy-polly-loggies droogies. I forgot Velvet Underground. Epic.
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vodkanaut wrote:
Savage wrote:I was raised under the dictum, "Children should be seen and not heard." So it should be to no one's surprise that I came out biting. And perhaps a bit rabid about the jaws.
Was that a jab? Did I disrespect the board somehow? If I jumped in too fast and broke rules of decorum, I apologize.
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Hayes Carll-- Drunken Poet's Dream

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-P5FO9rBz-Q

This is the guy that did the above tune originally

Ray Wilie Hubbard -- Mother's Blues

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r92RkIKm6Wc

John Prine and Iris DeMent -- In Spite of Ourselves

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5axlwCBXC8

Paul Thorn-- A Great Day for Me to Whoop Somebody's Ass

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPM1ifkOQ9s
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^ ^ ^

Damn fine collection of draaanking music here. Thanks for these finds. This is the old-school style of country, huh.

That Ray Wilie, he's continued on with that Arlo Guthrie story-telling stuff, and that is solid with the likes of me.

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I was bored on accounta Grumpy passing out and so I have the Youtube and typed in 70's music. I found myself really enjoying Steely Dan. Wow, I sez, you really are old, girl. Then I remembered, when I was a kid, I bought Can't Buy a Thrill in junior high. So I guess I was old even then. Listening to the classical music station, liking geezer rock. Now I am am married to a guy who, earlier tonight, did not recognize More Than a Feeling. I said, it's Boston. He said, huh? The city? ..... Mamas don't let your girl babies marry old guys.
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Savage wrote:
Fri May 10, 2019 2:48 am
I was bored on accounta Grumpy passing out and so I have the Youtube and typed in 70's music. I found myself really enjoying Steely Dan. Wow, I sez, you really are old, girl. Then I remembered, when I was a kid, I bought Can't Buy a Thrill in junior high. So I guess I was old even then. Listening to the classical music station, liking geezer rock. Now I am am married to a guy who, earlier tonight, did not recognize More Than a Feeling. I said, it's Boston. He said, huh? The city? ..... Mamas don't let your girl babies marry old guys.
Love love love The Dan. The Royal Scam was my favorite album and still love it to this day. That album will be 43 years old this month. Is that even possible?!

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