So what are you listening to at the moment?

Foxholer

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Jimmy Buffett seems to have something appropriate to every mood!

'A lot to Drink About' seems to be appropriate too often.

Jackson Browne's 'Going down to Cuba' was the tune of the day - though Buffett has an 'equivalent', if from a slightly counter pov. My host at Brockett likes his Cigars!
 

CMAC

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the sound of rain battering the windows, only drowned out by the wind:eek:




oh, and tennesee ted hawkins :thup:
 

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my kids have worked out my car has ipod integration, so when they are in it, its either 1 direction, little mix or jessie J... great!
 

Golfmmad

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I understand this may be a put down by some but it still reminds me of my Dad who I would give everything to spend another day with:

[video=youtube;id_th1C3vF8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=id_th1C3vF8[/video]
Never seen or listened to Chet Atkins before - but loved his rendition of Vincent. He actually looked as if he was really enjoying every note he was playing! I like that in a performer.

And, "I Still Can't Sat Goodbye", will not get a put down by me. Very moving!

Some of the older ones are the best eh?

Thanks for posting. :cheers:
 

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Kings of Leon ...............and lots of old stuff like tom jones , do the hustle , ...............mungo jerry , in the summer time ..............EYG
 

G.U.R

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Bit of a mix in the car at the moment a bit of Madness, Blink 182, Feeder, Bruce Springsteen, The Smiths. Lana Del Ray and Of Monsters and Men
 

tugglesf239

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The Fleet Foxes
Bob Dylan
Springsteen
Dean Martin
Grizzly Bear
Band of Horses
Beastie Boys (specifically "Paul's Boutique")
Spiritulized
The Zep
Nick Cave (specifically "the boatman's call")
 
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