Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, Nov 6, 2020.
When you say Keith Urban, I think Nicole.
Petty and Nicks with a nice cover
What happens when you cant say your enemies name for 3 years due to Parole and now parole is over and its on
Yeah, but it’s pretty slim pickings for Wednesday.....this was about all I could come up with.
The Crawlin’ King Snake
Needles and Pinsa, a most memorable line. Sonny Bono wasn't the greatest singer or actor, but he could write a song.
Co-wrote this using the moniker Don Christy.
His only solo top ten.
Mott covered it on their first album.
Stones or Mott or Gypsies, tramps and thieves?
Trying to find Mott version laugh at me on spotify....no such luck.
Lest we forget...
First time hearing Sam Stone...Nice.
I was fortunate to see Prine play in Hamilton Ontario 3 years ago. I wasn't familiar with stuff. Now a big fan.
First time I saw John Prine was at the Music Inn. Played after Jonathan Edwards and Jerry Jeff Walker. Was there to see Jerry Jeff. Didn't know Prine. What a treat he was. He stole the show.
Off the new disc...
Thursday is even tougher. This is all I got, folks.....
I love that Moody Blues song. They had tons of gems
40th anniversary of Urban Cowboy...
Sammy Davis had a hit with Candyman. Rev. Gary Davis was the Candyman.
Donovan sang his praises.
The Airplane guys took of with it with Papa John on fiddle before he did his Pizza thing.
Canadiana.... Thousand Islands area.
Thought my fellow bruins fans might appreciate this. Home Alone is my favorite Christmas movie. I recently wrote a song from Kevin McAllister's perspective called "Don't Mess With Me On Christmas"
Remembered when Wayne Newton had a couple of cameos on Bonanza as Andy. It all comes together for me now, Little Joe was the one who corrupted the young Wayne taking him to that saloon. Next thing you know he's hanging around casinos in Vegas for the next fifty years.
Danke Schoen made me think of Fraulein. After seeing Elvis a young Townes Van Zandt implored his father to buy him a guitar. Dad relented but insisted he would have to learn Fraulein, a Country hit by Bobby Helms., and sing it to him. Townes did, and later recorded it. Don't think he ever played Vegas though.
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